As the world population increases there is an increase in consumption and standard of living, eventually, energy demand also increases to fulfill it. The net energy demand cannot be satisfied by the conventional energy technology which utilizes only a few local resources. Every sector of the Indian economy like agriculture, industry, transport and domestic needs […]

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What is Combine Harvester? A combine harvester is a very useful agricultural machine that can harvest, winnow, and thresh rice, corn, wheat, sunflower, pulses, and other crops right out in the field. Harvesting crops in this manner in one operational process can save time as well as human labor, and bring down work costs for […]

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One of the first mentions of a farming implement in Indian literature occurs in the Ramayana when the King of Janaka is described ploughing a field. Implements such as ploughs, weeders, spades,  sickles, harvesters, grain separators, and threshers have been used by indigenous farmers for centuries. Traditional Indian agriculture flourished by harnessing human and animal […]

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A power tiller is a two-wheeled agricultural implement, fitted with rotary tillers, that is fast gaining traction in the Indian agricultural scene for its multi-purpose uses. In addition to tilling the soil, power tillers can be used for ploughing the soil, sowing seeds, planting seedlings, adding fertilizers, spraying fertilizers, herbicides, and water, pumping water, harvesting […]

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Proper maintenance and an eye toward safety will give you and your tractor a long, healthy life together. We tend to take tractors for granted, easily forgetting that these farm necessities have the potential to be dangerous, especially when operated by an inexperienced driver.  Many tractor-related accidents could have been prevented if the operator had […]

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Most farmers eventually have to deal with rocks in their fields or yards. Whether it’s a bunch of small ones that complicate planting gardens or crops or giant boulders that jut out of the ground and threaten to break any machine that inadvertently crosses their path, rocks of all shapes and sizes can be troublesome. […]

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With one wheel you can go into narrower places like garden patches. Two wheels are best for heavy loads. If you are going to be hauling stuff up and down the hills then you are probably better off with the two-wheel type. The two-wheeled model is much likely to tip over sideways, but the one-wheel […]

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Soil conditioners improve the texture and nutrient-availability of your soil. They can also improve the water retention of dry, coarse soil. Soil conditioners can come in many different forms some of which include arctic humus, worm castings, and organic compost. How do you make good soil? Testing your soil pH is recommended if your plants […]

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Generally, soil pH is probably fine if you see that plants are growing well and healthy. But as a gardener, testing soil pH is recommended to clearly measure the acidity or alkalinity of the soil. It is especially imperative if plants are not growing optimally or if they are having some nutrient troubles, looking sickly […]

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THOUGH some gardeners may be blessed with perfect soil, most of us garden in soil that is less than perfect. If your soil has too much clay in it, is too sandy, too stony or too acidic, don’t despair. Turning a poor soil into a plant-friendly soil is not difficult to do, once you understand […]

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