Indian agriculture is a source of livelihood for more than two-thirds of the Indian population. But the Indian agricultural system before and after independence was not as strong as it is today. Hence the production was not enough to meet the demand for food with the growing Indian population. After that, the Green Revolution was […]

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Indian agriculture is based on farm mechanization and it was successfully done by Indian Tractor Industry. A tractor is a machine that provides power to agricultural tasks. Tractors can be used to pull farm implements for the number of tillage operations. As per the need of Indian Marginal farmers, the tractor should be in a […]

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After the arrival of monsoon, primary tillage operations have been started until mid of June in India. Crop planting operations also carried out just next to primary tillage operations. Crop planting operations involve placing seed or tubers in the soil at a predetermined depth. Farmers in India used traditional methods to sow the seeds like […]

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As we know that farm mechanization frees millions of agricultural workers for other industries. Reduction in the labor force in the agriculture sector is the main motivation point in farm mechanization. Mechanization in agriculture has several objectives like increasing productivity, improvement in the quality of field operations, and on-time tillage operations. The modern tractor industry […]

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Central Ministry of Agriculture & Farmers Welfare has recently said that, as per estimates by the Central Statistics Office, the share of agricultural products/agriculture and allied sectors in the country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP), which was 51.9 % in 1950-51, has reduced to nearly 13 to 14 % in last two-three years. This contribution is actually very […]

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