Productivity Day was an annual holiday which originated in the Tapani sector. It fell between the months of Nelona and Helona. It traditionally marked the first seeding of the year, and was celebrated as the last day before the year's crop farming started.
For most citizens who observed this holiday, Productivity Day was anything but. It was traditionally a day off work, spent watching one of the many sports events held on that day. For farmers, however, it was an important holiday which marked the beginning of the farming season.
Productivity Day was also known as "Seedling Day" and "Green Day".