Equipment And Machine for Rice Production
Rice is a wheat of the Gramineae family and is native to the deltas of the great Asian rivers, Ganges, Chang (Yangtze), Tigris and Euphrates. Rice plants grow 2 to 6 feet tall, with round, stemmed, long, pointed leaves, and edible fruits are borne in large heads on separate stems. Rice is one of the most widely grown grains in India and Asian countries and is the staple food of most Indians.
India is an important place for the cultivation and consumption of rice. India ranks second after China in Rice production. The method of rice cultivation is very different from region to region, but in many Asian countries including India, the traditional method of rice cultivation and seed cultivation has been developed in many countries, which has reduced labor problems and the cost of crops. There are machines available from planting to rice harvesting.
Parts of rural India still depend on water buffaloes for preparing the landand labor for planting and harvesting crops. People often confuse paddy with rice. It is called rice, and when it is covered with brown sand, it is called paddy. Also called Rice field or paddy field. South India consumes more rice than any other part of India.
Rice can be used to make rice bran oil from its husk apart from being used in regular cooking. There are many varieties of rice grown across India. With proper management and irrigation equipment, rice cultivation will be profitable in a short period of time. In India, rice is grown during Rabi and Kharif. However, in some parts of India, rice is grown three times a year.
Machines for rice production
New technologies for harvesting crops
KAMICO hosted the first seminar held during the three-day annual Agrilink. Progressive farmer – businessman
from Isabela Province, Cagayan Valley region, explained how KAMICO’s rice production method completely changed his attitude towards agriculture. He also thanked his son, who showed him that all those who grow rice in their village are paid by the machine.
In land preparation, the KAMICO method involves plowing and plowing dry land using tractors and providing irrigation only during the final stages of preparation before planting. At this time, workers sow seeds, but not in nurseries, from growing rice plants that are often difficult to remove for transplanting because of the size of the roots; Besides that, there are more rewards.
Workers sow rice seeds in shallow trays filled with machined soil and placed next to the concrete road. The special design of the trays, with a standard width required by mechanical transporters, allows easy removal of seedlings for transplanting.
There are two types of rotary tillers: small walk-behind ones, which can plant one hectare in two days, and large mobile ones, which can plant three hectares in one day. one day. In the early stages of growing rice plants, workers use electric weeders to promote rapid rooting and efficient cultivation. Fertilization is done by spreaders and sprinklers for foliar types. Machines are used to harvest, gather, and plant crops.
KAMICO presented its soil preparation equipment for tractors, loaders and lawn mowers. Another standout for the organization of rice cultivation is a Filipino distributor from Japan’s Kubota Corporation. The distributor offers machines that can perform tasks ranging from utility machinery to plowing and harvesting. Founded in 1890, Kubota is a well-known manufacturer of agricultural and industrial equipment, with low maintenance, quality and quantity.
The distributor displayed a 4-row rice transplanter and a 3-in-1 harvester that harvests, collects and threshes crops in the Agrilink field. The Department of Agriculture’s Philippine Center for Post-Harvest Development and Mechanization (PhilMech) also held an exhibition on rice farming, displaying a rice milling tractor and a small rice harvester. The harvester can reduce production losses from 4.3% to only 2-2.5%.
These two machines, however, are the only models that need further testing, according to PhilMech engineers who presented them at a small-grain seminar.
a rice mill, a ylang-ylang oil maker and a coconut water distillery at the village level.
Types of Rice Mill Machinery
Rice cleaning machine – Rice cleaning machine is intended to remove large, medium, small and impure grains at the same time.
Rice Deboning Machine – It is a rice deboning machine that helps you separate stones, sand and other unwanted materials from rice, paddy, etc. Husker Machine – The Husker is a machine commonly used in rice mills to remove waste from the grain. There are different methods for the huller, but this one works well. Rice Color Sorter – A rice color sorter, also known as a rice color sorter, separates rice grains based on color differences and raw rice from bad quality.
Rice Browning Machine – The rice browning machine includes an advanced process to purify brown rice. It is one of the most widely used machines in the agricultural industry.
Corn Dryer – A corn dryer extracts water and moisture from corn and rice, preventing spoilage. With the help of a corn drying machine, you can store corn for a long time.
Machine price and place of purchase
The price of rice mill starts from 4 lakhs and increases according to its efficiency. If you want to start this small business as a small company, this machine is available for you in the market less than 1 lakh. Your choice of tools ultimately depends on the size of your business.
Nextech Design & Engineering Solutions Pvt. is your one-stop solution for reliable, quality rice plants. We have been in the rice industry for 14 years, so you can enjoy our products and services without worry. If you need a way for your business, you can also connect with a rice mill operator.