A cotton ridger makes ridges for cotton and opens furrows to facilitate water flow. Evidence suggests that ridge-furrow planting results in higher crop growth. Furrow-irrigated ridges also save a considerable percentage of water as compared to manual farming. Adoption of this technology has resulted in minimal water wastage and additional growth of crops. A cotton ridger gathers and heaps up loose soil on plantation done in rows. The use of cotton ridgers has shown to bring more benefits to farmers across the agricultural community.