Various friction coefficients have been reported on the agricultural
materials, to support the agricultural productivity. However, the
reliability and productivity of modern agricultural equipment,
maintenance cost, energy cost, and the cost of the agricultural
production depend on the intensity of the wear of the used components.
The article presents a review of tribological properties of the selected
environment and food material in agricultural production. Increase in
friction of the agricultural materials will increase the tear and wear,
energy usage as well as the cost. A simple example of few materials used
in agriculture is investigated, focusing on the soil effect, agro-product,
and agricultural machinery equipment.