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Studies have shown that in many rice-growing countries, such as India and Myanmar, the penetration rate of agricultural mechanization is not high, and manual seedling transplanting is still used in many areas. This design is based on ergonomics and aims to reduce the fatigue caused by frequent bending of farmers when planting rice seedlings. The semi-mechanized rice transplanting tool we designed is affordable and easy to operate. The material is cheap plastic. It can also be degradable plastic. It does not require fuel and electricity and is more environmentally friendly.