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The agriculture farm mechanization refers to the development and use of machines that can take the place of human and animal power in agricultural processes. The mechanization of agriculture that took place during the 21th century led to major changes in how farmers plant, irrigate and harvest crops. The type of equipment combine harvester, tractor, power tiller and other allied agriculture machines, enables farmers to increase their agriculture production instead of less depending upon labour and animal requirement in rural areas.
The North Eastern Region Training & Testing Institute, Bishwanath Chariali,Dt.Bishwanath(ASSAM) has been setup by – Government of India, Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare, Department of Agriculture & Farmer Welfare, New Delhi in the year of 1990. The Institute conducting various type of training program by way of theory ,practical, utilization, operation & maintenance, auto electrical and dimensional measurement of engine components. However, consequently the farm mechanization has reached to number of rural farmers in India to overcome the requirement of human labour which are not usually available due to urbanization. The testing of diesel engine, different type intra-culture equipment is tested by way of modern Instrumentation process as per the guidelines of ` Bureau of Indian Standards ` reaffirmed time to time.
The testing of agriculture equipment improves to catering the Industry, manufacturing appropriate farm machinery which direct benefits the farmers and their social development...
Sh. K. K. Nagle
It is a walk-bind type transplater and fitted with petrol engine. The machine transplants seedlings from mat type nursery in four
rows in a single pass. Transplanter employs the Seedling-Friendly Transplanting Method by which Transplanting Claws pick up seedling after which the Claw Extrusions push out the seedlings to securely transplant them in the soil. The result is that the seedlings are as carefully transplanted as if being by human hands.
Factors such as Seedling taking Quantity, Hill Space, Number of Hills, and Planting Depth are all adjustable to fit cultivation modality and field conditions.
Handle Height is easily and simply adjusted to permit each operator to select the most efficient and least tiring position during transplanting operations.
Transplation of Paddy.