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In India, there are nearly 300 million Agri SMBs out of which nearly 70% are non-mechanised. In the past 5-7 years, there has been a huge shortage of labour in these businesses due to the migration of labour from rural to urban areas.

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 A Brush Cutter is a device usually mounted to a vehicle, rod or shaft for cutting/trimming weeds, crops, grass, paddy, woods and other foliage. A brush cutter uses a metal blade that cuts thick/dense crops, weeds, paddy and woods up to 4 inches in thickness.

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Farmers in India have traditionally been using different kinds of tools like a spade, shovel and sickle etc. Spade/Shovel for digging, ploughing or moving soil and sickle for the cutting of crop. However, the process is cumbersome & consumes a lot of time and manual labour to complete. As with modernisation in every sector, the farming process has also undergone advancements in mechanisation & automation solutions. With different kinds of tools & machines the harvesting process has become easy, convenient and time-saving. The tools/machines available in the market for harvesting are brush cutter and paddy harvester. 

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SMBs are the soul of the Indian Economy constituting more than 55 percent of it. Sadly 70 per cent of these businesses use traditional & labour intensive processes that affect productivity & earnings.

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Do-It-Yourself or DIY as it’s popular acronym is a trend that is fast catching up in India. This has a lot of western influence to it because in the western countries DIY is a very common practice due to the unavailability of easy & cheap labour.

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