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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 2, February 2020 Edition

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Development Of Autonomous Machine For Rice Planting

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V.Kumaresan, P.Tamilarasu, T.Gunasekar, P.Karthikeyan



Agriculture, Automation, Economy, Manpower, Shortage paddy Cultivation, Special mechanism, Transplanting.



The most important sector of Indian Economy is Agriculture. It is the major backbone of Indian Economy. The major part of agriculture lies in paddy cultivation. In early times, Agriculture was the major sector where most people were employed but now a days, due to industrial growth and IT revolution, the employment in agriculture has become too less. The major part of economy which is vital for India’s economic growth is now facing serious issues due to the manpower shortage. In this project, we have come up with a solution to meet out this issue by special mechanism with automation.



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