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Paper Title :
Review Paper on Different Aspects for Management of Cotton Stalk Residue

Author :Manish S. Bawane, Sandip S. Khedkar

Article Citation :Manish S. Bawane ,Sandip S. Khedkar , (2018 ) " Review Paper on Different Aspects for Management of Cotton Stalk Residue " , International Journal of Mechanical and Production Engineering (IJMPE) , pp. 53-56, Volume-6,Issue-6

Abstract : In today’s competitive world there is a need for faster rate of production in agricultural. As we know Agriculture is the backbone of India. In India almost all farmers facing problems of labor shortage. Day by day labor wages are increasing. In India Cotton crop is cultivated in large amount. After yielding of cotton, the main problem face by the farmers are to cut the cotton stalk. Nowadays what farmer did is pluck the cotton stalk manually collect at one place ,wait till the stalk get dry and after that burn that crop. Disadvantage of burning the crop is, the nutrients that are released after burning are usually washed away. Soil declines in productivity after burning. Crop residues remaining in the field after the harvest are removed by burning the stubble or leaving the stalks on the field surface, to be mixed with soil either directly or by mechanized chopping. So our aim is to design and fabrication of such a machine which can cut and crushed of cotton stalk. After crushing the crushed crop spread on the farm. So that this crushed crop is dumped into the soil and it used as an organic compost. So productivity of soil will increased.

Type : Research paper

Published : Volume-6,Issue-6


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