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In old day's rice transplantation process is generally done manually. All the processes from the sowing the rice seeds to rice transplanting from the one place to other place to the cultivation of rice to the harvesting of rice and lastly to the collection of rice was done only by manually. Rice is cultivated in 113 countries and it is the staple food of more than 50 percent population of the world. About 90 percent rice area exists in Asia. However the rice production fluctuates depending upon the weather conditions. During the sixties India became self-efficient in food grain production but the benefit was restricted to irrigated areas and rich farmers. This traditional method of rice transplanting is labor intensive, hazardous with low per acre plantation of plants and time & cost consuming. Due to these factors the completion of rice cultivation suffers within the optimum transplanting period consequently farmers face the problem of low per acre production with high production cost. Therefore technology for small holding size plays a very important role in developing countries. We are going to developed manual operated rice transplanter machine. This paper presents transplantation process and proposed work of manual rice transplanter machine.
Prof. Shinde Jitendra G. , Prof. Pandit. Shamuvel V. , Prof. Kadam Sunil J. "Review Paper On Development Of Rice Transplanter" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals Volume 2 Issue 4 2018 Page 63-65
Prof. Shinde Jitendra G. , Prof. Pandit. Shamuvel V. , Prof. Kadam Sunil J. "Review Paper On Development Of Rice Transplanter" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals, 2(4)