Zero Drill is a machine used for sowing of wheat crop after harvest of paddy crop in the conserve moisture. Sowing by conventional methods requires large number of tillage operations to prepare a fine seed bed after paddy harvesting but Zero Drill can do it very easily. If you’re in search of best zero drill in India then its right place for you.
Zero Drill help in saving of time and it preserves the moisture of soil. It’s also very fuel-efficient. Our Zero Drill comes with a Heavy Hitch which makes it last longer than normal zero drills. Beside this our zero drill comes with wires wrapped on PVC Pipes which also makes their life longer.
It comes with precise seed rate control system. Farmers can adjust rate of sowing of seeds manually. It comes with heavy duty full size stand which helps farmers to take a look into monitoring of seeds by standing on it. Our Zero drill have casted tynes which can plough almost every type of land.
Our Zero drill comes in different Variants. Farmers can buy according to their requirements. From High to Low Specs of Tractor, there are every type of zero drill. These features makes our zero drill the best zero drill in India.
Our company manufacture it with latest technology and then supply it to farmers in India. That’s why our brand is known for best manufacturer & supplier of Zero Drill in India.
A tractor drawn Zero Till seed- cum- fertilizer. Drill was developed and manufactured by PUNNI for sowing wheat crop after harvest of paddy crop in the conserve moisture. Also, there is low lying and water-logged areas which never get dried so it becomes difficult enable the tillage equipment to accomplish the normal tillage operations which results in delayed sowing of wheat crop or sometimes, even the sowing of crop could not be done. Sowing by conventional methods requires large number of tillage operations to prepare a fine seed bed after paddy harvesting. Generally, 6-8 or even more tillage operations are required which cost both time and money for the farmers. Moreover, shortage of time from paddy harvest to wheat sowing creates uncertainty and delay in sowing operation which results in poor crop yields.