Mahindra Launches its Revolutionary 6RO Paddy Walker Transplanter in Tamil Nadu, Setting New Standards in Paddy Transplanting


Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd.’s Farm Equipment Sector (FES), part of the Mahindra Group, and the world’s largest tractor manufacture by volume, has launched a new 6 row paddy transplanter called the Mahindra 6RO Paddy Walker in Tamil Nadu. The new Mahindra 6RO Paddy Walker will be available through Mahindra’s extensive dealer network in Tamil Nadu, with a limited time special offer price of  Rs. 2,49,999.

The new Mahindra 6RO Paddy Walker will also be offered with best-in-class financing options from Mahindra Finance and Sriram Finance. Mahindra continues to lead the way in agricultural technology, supporting farmers worldwide in achieving greater success and sustainability. The launch of the Mahindra Paddy Walker 6RO underscores the company's dedication to Transform Farming and Enrich the Lives of farmers, through innovative cutting-edge farming technology solutions.

Mahindra’s new advanced paddy transplanting machine provides for excellent operator efficiency and is engineered for precision and efficient transplanting in six rows simultaneously in a single pass. Ensuring uniform transplanting across the operational field, the Mahindra 6RO Paddy Walker is manually driven, is compact in design and is easy to manoeuvre even in confined spaces, significantly reducing labor cost, over an otherwise labour-intensive process. Mahindra Paddy Walker 6RO prevents floating seedlings and misplanting, with adjustable planting spacing. It features rubber spikes for proper seedling feeding. The Light Weight enables compact and smooth working in the field. For efficient and continuous work, the new paddy transplanter is equipped with a large capacity fuel tank of four litres.

With a focus on power, reliability and performance, the new paddy transplanter boasts  a high-quality and durable gearbox which is waterproof for long-lasting performance and High Output OHV Petrol Reliable engine. guaranteeing higher output and lower fuel consumption, maximizing productivity in paddy cultivation, as well as extended service intervals. The new solution will further enable water preservation, lower environmental impact related to rice cultivation, while improving overall profitability of the crop.

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