Agricultural Innovation in India
The spirit of innovation is in plain view of India's agriculture area more than anyplace else the world. With a population of more than 600 million individuals being upheld by the segment, and given the range of notable requirements testing its presentation, the successes of India's agriculture are the best testimony to the immense inventiveness and creative and enterprising spirit of its farmers. While significant advances have been taken in the previous hardly any decades with resolute state activity to address an assortment of dangers in agriculture, it is the flexible and versatile attitude of its agriculturists that guarantee the dynamism of India's farm part
Modified Rice Drum Seeder for Better Crop Management and Higher Harvest Yield.
Effect OF INNOVATION/TECHNOLOGY:
The adjusted drum seeder was planned during May 2009 and put to use in his own town Vadap on a region of 3 hectares during June 2009, other than the territory of 12 hectares in close by towns viz. Sapele, Gaurkamat, Salokh, Ashivali, Dahigaon, Posari. At present, farmers in close by towns have planted rice with drum seeder on a region of in excess of 250 sections of land. It builds the yield of rice per section of land from 15 tons to 18 tons, along these lines sparing Rs. 3000 for each section of land.
Cost-Effective Shade Net House
Innovator Name: Shri Jagannath Gangaram Tayade
Shade net house was created by Shri Jagannath Tayade from locally accessible material. All out stature of the shade net house is 6m from the center place, the length is 36 m and it is 24 m wide. This shade net house requires wire ropes which are similarly modest and locally accessible. The plan is to such an extent that there are immaterial obstructions inside the shade net which encourages smooth intercultural activities and simple development of work when contrasted with the prevalently utilized structure. The material utilized in the shade net is plastic and the towers are comprised of iron.
Effect OF INNOVATION/TECHNOLOGY
This kind of shade net house is reasonable for developing even tall yields like capsicum, tomato, stew, and so on. It can continue to wrap accelerate to 80 km/hr and is financially practical as the all-out cost required to develop is Rs. 60,000 which is 30% lesser than the suggested innovation. The additional favorable position of this plan is that downpour water depletes effectively because of fate shape structure. Around 15 ranchers have received this sort of structure on 0.10 hectares each and are delivering seeds capsicum and tomato. It builds the creation by multiple times and furthermore upgrades the nature of the soil. As far as time, 5 hours of the day are spared by utilizing this method. This procedure is anything but difficult to introduce and gives greater efficiency in unfriendly conditions too.