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Climbing a coconut tree made easy

Hundreds of farmers thronged the Organic Farming Research Station at Naganahalli (OFRSN) this morning where its day-long Centenary Celebrations are being held. As part of the celebrations, a mega exhibition of agricultural tools and equipment was organised. Equipment including coconut tree climbing machine, hand-held paddy sowing and transplant machine and weed removing machines were displayed….

Naganahalli Research Station turns 100
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Naganahalli Research Station turns 100

Hundreds of farmers thronged the Organic Farming Research Station at Naganahalli (OFRSN) this morning where its day-long Centenary Celebrations are being held.  As part of the celebrations, a mega exhibition of agricultural tools and equipment was organised. Equipment including coconut tree climbing machine, hand-held paddy sowing and transplant machine and weed removing machines were displayed….

Pedal up!
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Pedal up!

The coconut tree climbing machine was a great hit at Naganahalli Research Station today with many farmers enquiring about it and also trying it. With traditional coconut tree climbers becoming extinct, this machine is gaining popularity to pluck coconuts. The machine, costing Rs. 1,500 per piece, takes only 1-2 minutes to climb a 90-ft tree…

Naganahalli Research Station Centenary on Mar. 17
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Naganahalli Research Station Centenary on Mar. 17

The centenary celebrations of Organic Farming Research Station (formerly known as Agriculture Research Station) at Naganahalli in the taluk will be held on Mar. 17. The Centre, which is attached to University of Agricultural Sciences (UAS), Bengaluru, was established in 1917. It functioned under the Department of Agriculture until 1965, when it was handed over…

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