Farming is the backbone of Indian economy. In this agriculture sector, there is a lot of fieldwork, such as weeding, reaping, sowing etc. these operations previously were done by traditional equipment’s. Working with those equipment’s was tedious and laborious. Also traditional ways are time consuming. Mechanization in agriculture made farming easier and quick. There are variety of machines are available for almost every task in agriculture. Beginning with preparing land to the harvesting of crop and further process can be done by machines. This machines not only easier way to do this tasks but also very efficient. The agriculture machineries that are used now days are costlier and cannot be afforded by most of farmer with rural background. Most of the farmers in India own very small pieces of land and owning these costlier machines may not be feasible for them. Apart from this most of farmers consider the traditional ways of farming as primary methods. Considering above mentioned factors there is needed to develop such equipment, which will be of multiple uses and especially will be of low costs.
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