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Journal: International Journal of Advances in Agricultural Science and Technology (IJAAST) (Vol.9, No. 7)

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Page : 10-14

Keywords : Agriculture; Paddy Plants; Design and Fabrication; Eco-Friendly; Machine;

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India is an agrarian country. About 58% of Indians are dependent on agriculture for their livelihood. At least 12 crore families in India are dependent on agriculture. India is world's second largest producers of rice, accounting for 20% of all world rice production. Rice is usually grown by planting paddy in the fields manually. A major population of India is engaged in agriculture. Rice being the major crop cultivated in India, a huge amount of workforce is engaged in rice production. The common practice of rice cultivation is manual transplanting of seedlings in the puddled soil. Rice is primary and major crop cultivated in India. As the large workforce is engaged in this sector, Traditional method is costly, time consuming and labor intensive work. To make the transplanted system several attempt has been made to design and fabricate this machine. So our main of our project is to design and fabricate a paddy transplanted by using this machine we use decrease the labor cost and increased the productivity. So this machine works on a simple mechanism which is easy to maintain and it is eco-friendly. And no skilled labors are required, only single person is required to operate the machine. In this work, the difficulties while planting the seedlings in the field by the farmers are eliminated.

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