In my earlier post Rice Seedling Transplantation, one can see cakes of seedlings in the transplanter machine. I have now received another photograph from Babu as to how those cakes are grown.
This is how paddy nursery is raised. Each cake fits in the transplanter. Farmers save in seeds and labour.
What a beautiful sight to see!
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oh my! agreed! it is very beautiful. 😀
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Yes, it is beautiful. The freshness of the green is fantastic. Very clever idea and labour saving too.
That is absolutely beautiful. I really appreciate you sharing so much on this wonderful topic.
My pleasure entirely Kaitlin. At heart I am a rural person forced by circumstances into being an urban one. The magnet that our rural India is keeps pulling me there and I often go out of Pune just to see greenery of farms besides the forests that we are blessed with.
Living in New Mexico, we love to see green plants! Thank you. 🙂
My pleasure Monk.
Woww…that’s so well planned and systematically beautiful. Great job!
Hi Jayashri! Nice to see you here commenting. Thank you. This may be the scenario now in your Maike too!
agree a beautiful and bountiful sight…
Yes, it is.
Oh ! … Rice … I thought your post was going to be about Irish babies… 😉
Beautiful. It must be quite rewarding to see our food growing; and quite a satisfaction to actually eat what we grow. I hope to experience it one day.
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My friend the farmer is a bit older than I am and finds it increasingly difficult to manage the physical strain that the occupation involves. He is however determined to continue for as long as he can.
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