This is the best of what good industrial design has to offer. The Paperpot Transplanter, a Japanese invention for farmers, lets one person do in minutes what ordinarily takes an hour. And even more impressive than the design of this tool is how the designers thought through the loading process, creating an efficient system. This is a great example of harnessing the properties of materials--in this case, paper and Plexiglass--and shaping them in such a way as to make what would be a tedious task into something precise and easy:
This thing makes me want to farm. I want to sit in a shed and load that thing up over and over.