Development of Trolley Spray Pump � A Review
Author(s):
S R Bobde, Prafull Shirpurkar, Sandip Ghugal
Keywords:
Cultivated crops, Fungicides, Insecticides, Pesticides, Portable device, Trolley spray pump.
Abstract
India is said to be an agricultural based country and approximately 75% of the peoples are dependent on farming directly or indirectly. In this agriculture sector there is a lot of field work, such as weeding, reaping, sowing etc. Apart from these operations, spraying is also an important operation to be performed by the farmer to protect the cultivated crops from insects, pests, fungi and diseases for which various insecticides, pesticides, fungicides and nutrients are sprayed on crops for protection. In today’s world, we use many different spraying technologies involving use of energy like electrical energy, solar energy, and chemical energy of fuels. This fact makes us know that how large amount of energy is getting used at such place where mechanical energy can be used instead of direct energy sources. Farmers are facing enormous problem while spraying the pesticide like tank capacity is very small, high cost and spaying time taken more. In order to reduce these problems many different type of sprayers has been introduced in the market, but these devices do not meet the above problems or demands of the farmers. To solve these difficulties, we have come up with a new equipment that is mechanically operated trolley spray pump, it is a portable device and does not need any fuel to operate, which is easy to move and spray the pesticide by moving the wheel.
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Unique Paper ID: 146175

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 4, Issue 11

Page(s): 2025 - 2027
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