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Rice Husk to empower Rural Electrification

Jugaad
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Wed, May 12, 2010 — vincent

Interesting stuff on how Husk Power Systems1 is using rice husks to produce electricity.

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Drip Irrigation System

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Tue, Mar 10, 2009 — Yuvan

Drip irrigation is a water-saving technology which enables slow and regular application of water directly to the roots of the plants through a network of economically designed plastic pipes and low discharge emitters. It maximizes crop productivity through increase in the crop yield and also the area for cultivation, and protect the environment through conserving soil, water and fertilizer resources, and thus increasing the farmer income

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MoneyMaker Hip Pump

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Mon, Mar 09, 2009 — Yuvan

The MoneyMaker Hip Pump1 is unique. It was developed to create a lower cost and lighter weight, portable pump. It hit the stores in 2006.
Its unique pivoted design allows the operator to pump water using his or her arms, legs, and body weight in an easy-to-use rocking motion. More than 4,300 farmers in Kenya, Tanzania, and Mali are already using this pump. The Hip Pump retails for about US$35; it can be used to irrigate over an acre of land, and its users are earning an average annual profit of US$650

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