A cheerful seeder has the ability to produce between 6000 and 11500 INR per hectare of agricultural land, according to a journal article that was published in the worldwide magazine Science Magazine. A tractor-mounted device called a happy seeder chop lifts rice straws to create a thick layer of mulch. Profitable energy-producing factories in the nation purchase this mulch. In addition to the aforementioned information, the joyful seeder has discovered a long-term fix for India’s crop residue burning issue.

Various studies found that burning raw crop leftover is 10–20% less lucrative than happy seeder-based mulching systems. Using happy seeder as a sustainable solution might reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the nation by 78%. This study, which was carried out with ethical standards in mind, discovered that almost 23 million tonnes of crop residue are continuously burned and suffused with smoke. These statistics pertain to the states of Punjab, Western Uttar Pradesh, and Haryana. Every winter, this causes well-known pollution in the Delhi-NCR area.

Introducing Happy seeder: A revolutionary farming tool

The states responsible for the smog mentioned above have been operating under the false assumption that burning the leftover crop is the most profitable option. Many governmental and non-governmental organisations have asserted remedies by doing an in-depth study on this myth, but it still exists. For the record, these studies were never conducted under duress. According to some economists in the nation, this joyful seeder and similar strategies.

In addition to the previously mentioned information, economists claim that improved farming methods can assist farmers all around the nation in avoiding adverse weather circumstances like drought and floods, all of which have detrimental effects on a farmer’s livelihood and the agricultural industry.