Underground Crop Harvester

Underground Crop Harvester

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Description

For a country like India who has come so far since independence with the hard work of its farmers, a country which is still developing can be developed one day only by strengthening its weaker sector of society i.e. agriculture.

The agricultural sector of a country can be strengthened these days only by co-work of science, technology and farming. Agriculture can be developed and production can be improved by using innovation and automation for agricultural work for reducing efforts and time consumption.

The Design of UNDERGROUND CROP HARVESTER is a step towards automation in process of removing underground grown crops.

While deciding the structure Main Objectives were as follows:

Simplicity of design.

Easy understanding.

Easy repairing and reproduction.

Maximum fuel efficiency with least power loss.

Use of components easily available in market and also cost efficient.

Application

Applicable for removal of all underground grown crops in minimum time, minimum wastage and maximum efficiency.


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