Cultivating the soil with traditional power tillers involves walking behind the machine by hand, a problem that farmers are seeking to solve in order to increase the efficiency of their operations.
Ousmane KABORÉ, founder of the “Société de Recherche et de Conception”, has come up with an ingenious solution. By removing the rear wheel of a motorbike and attaching their system, the motorbike is transformed into a multi-purpose agricultural machine. It’s a revolution that makes it possible to carry out a range of operations, from spreading organic fertiliser to milling and sowing, offering a practical and efficient alternative.
In this video, Ousmane describes the benefits for farmers, from mechanisation of production to urban-field versatility, including the possibility of lighting. He envisages the impact of this innovation on agriculture, with affordable costs and mass production to make this technology accessible to all.