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The Tamil Nadu Agricultural
University, Coimbatore, has come
up with an innovative tractor-
drawn groundnut harvester.
Groundnut is usually harvested by
hand, which consumes a lot of time
and energy. The groundnut harvester is applicable for a 35 horsepower tractor attached to a nine-tyred cultivator frame. The harvester comes in the form of a carbon
steel blade with a five degree
approach angle which covers a
width of 1.7 m per passage. The
average field capacity of the harvester is 2.25 ha per day and the
blade attachment to the cultivator
frame costs Rs 2,000 only.