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Development of Working Model of Fertilizer Feeder for Paddy (Rice) Field

Author(s):

Mr. Gaurav Yogesh Kulkarni , TSSM's Padmbhooshan vasantdada patil institute of technology,Bavdha,Pune-21; Mr. Shubham Kailas Gade, TSSM's Padmbhooshan vasantdada patil institute of technology,Bavdha,Pune-21; Mr. Prasad Lahu Kadu, TSSM's Padmbhooshan vasantdada patil institute of technology,Bavdha,Pune-21; Mr. Nilesh Balu Sathe, TSSM's Padmbhooshan vasantdada patil institute of technology,Bavdha,Pune-21; Prof. A. G. Nimbalkar, TSSM's Padmbhooshan vasantdada patil institute of technology,Bavdha,Pune-21

Keywords:

Fertilizer Feeder for Paddy Field

Abstract

The report presents theoretical studies and field experiments regarding mechanical equipment for sowing small fertilizer seeds in paddy (Rice) field, highlighting the advantages of this type of equipment with superior parameters regarding time consumption are obtained from the considered crops. Equipment can be used in narrower spaces, being easily to handle and use. By this equipment we conclude that the productivity is increased and the time consumption is reduced. It is said that on many farms, production suffers because of improper seedbed preparation and delayed throwing of fertilizer, harvesting and threshing. Mechanization enables the conservation of inputs through precision in metering ensuring better distribution, reducing quantity needed for better response and prevention of losses or wastage of inputs applied. Mechanization reduces unit cost of production through higher productivity and input conservation. This project consists of a mechanical hopper, rotary feeder, pair of sprockets, chain and a chassis body to mount this equipment. This mechanical injection system is used for increasing productivity, reducing cost and time consumption with lowering the human effort.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV6I40264
Published in: Volume : 6, Issue : 4
Publication Date: 01/07/2018
Page(s): 246-248

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