Odisha Farmer Makes Irrigation Wheel Using Waste Materials
In an unique initiative, an Odisha-based farmer sustains his farming using a waterwheel made out of rejected plastic bottles, bamboo, and iron rods. Interestingly, created using 40 wooden blades, the 10 ft.-high waterwheel works without a power supply. The 35-year-old farmer, Mahur Tipiria, is a class-2 pass-out and owns three acres of land in Sukruli block of Odisha. Reportedly, Mahur will be facilitated on Republic Day (January 26).