Professor Ok.P.J. Reddy of the Division of Aerospace Engineering at Indian Institute of Science (IISc) in Bengaluru, who has patented a shock tube know-how referred to as Reddy Tube, stated that the innovation might help in declogging of drip pipes thus bettering soil well being.
Prof. Reddy was making a presentation on ‘Acid-free declogging of drip pipes utilizing shockwaves’ on the Andhra Pradesh State Sericulture Analysis and Improvement Institute (APSSRDI) at Kirikera close to Hindupur in Anantapur district.
The professor defined the novelty of the know-how and its significance within the present-day state of affairs in declogging of drip pipes utilizing the shock tube, which prevents using acid to wash clogged drip pipes. Anantapur district is among the many high few districts within the nation to undertake drip irrigation on an enormous scale.
Throughout his presentation, Prof. Reddy expressed concern on the prevailing apply of cleansing drip pipes with acid, because it spills on to soil. The adoption of shock wave know-how will assist save the soil from the poisonous results of acid and can assist in preserving microbes.
The assembly was attended by scientists of APSSRDI, senior officers of the Division of Sericulture, progressive sericulture farmers and trainees of Agri Clinic and Agri Enterprise Centre of the APSSRDI. Institute Director P. Jagannatha Raju stated that the demonstration of the know-how to farmers was important to drive house the benefits of the know-how to save lots of soil well being for future generations.