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  • 1. SRI EXPERIENCE AKRSPI By:- Rajib Kumar Roul
  • 2. OUTREACH -SRI
    • In two states - Gujrat(since 2005) and Bihar(since 2008).
    • Gujrat- Bharuch, Surat, Narmada, Junagarh, Surendranagar district .
    • Bihar-(Samastipur district) Pusa and (Muzaffarpur)Muraul clusters .
  • 3. GUJRAT-SRI
    • Farmers doing 1 st time-3365
    • Farmers doing 2 nd time-724
    • Farmers doing 3 rd time-112
    • Farmers doing without our support-600
    • Total farmers doing SRI-6149
  • 4. PLAN-SRI
    • Bihar-1900
    • Gujrat-8000*
  • 5. BIHAR-SAMASTIPUR(PUSA SHT)-OUTREACH
    • Started with 24 families in 2008 .
    • 405 families in 2009.
    • 11 villages and 21 hamlets.
    • 10 Panchayats .
  • 6. BIHAR MUZAFFARPUR(MURAUL SHT)-OUTREACH
    • Started in 2009 Kharif season
    • Total with 82 families.
    • 9 Villages and 11 hamlets.
    • 3 Panchayats .
  • 7. PROCESS TO BE FOLLOWED IN IMPLEMENTATION -BIHAR
    • Sharing Experience of last year .
    • Presenting the data after analysing area wise.
    • Selection of AV(Agriculture Volunteer) and involved them in farmer finalisation after a class room training.
    • Village level meeting for farmers selection.
    • Showing the video show in the new area.
    • Major decision to shift farmer from hybrid to research seeds.
  • 8. PROCESS contd… -BIHAR
    • POP as per the segmentation approach.
    • Spacing reduced from 12 inch to 10 inch considering last year experience.
    • Planned to build some trained transplanter in each areas identified by KVS(Kisan Vikas Samity).
    • More focus on small and medium farmers.
  • 9. VARIETY IDENTIFIED(2010) -BIHAR
    • High Yielding Variety- Bhagwati(PAU).
    • Research variety-(PAN seeds)
    • 95-100 days-Mallika
    • 120-125 days-Godavari
    • 140-145 days-Ranjana
    • Hybrid Variety-Arize-6444
  • 10. VARIETY WISE TARGET -BIHAR
    • High Yielding Variety- Bhagwati(PAU)-30.
    • Research variety-(PAN seeds)-1720
    • Hybrid Variety-Arize-6444-150
    • Total farmers doing SRI-1900
  • 11. VILLAGE LEVEL MEETING
  • 12. TRAINING
  • 13. PADDY FIELD LAST YEAR
  • 14. PADDY FIELD
  • 15. PADDY FIELD
  • 16. LEARNING
    • Tried SRI with some hybrid varieties along with the high yielding varieties.
    • While selecting the varieties farmers choice had taken into account.
    • Use of marker in Bihar context is difficult to use due to this clay soil.
    • Faced problem in transplantation as some farmers having nursery bed in distant field.
  • 17. LEARNING
    • As this is a new activity in some part we faced problem in doing transplantation.
    • Availability of trained labour.
    • Due to erratic rainfall some farmers didn’t able to transplant within 12 days.
    • There is increase yield ranging from (25%-50%).
  • 18. LEARNING
    • For input cost point of view it is better to go for high yielding variety.
    • Result of high yielding variety is at par with hybrid.
  • 19. YIELD DATA 4.13 22 11 Sonalika 2.75 13.2 8.8 Pravat 3.01 12.1 9 PP-71 3.03 13.2 11 6444 Average-(t/ha) Maximum (q/acre) Minimum (q/acre) Variety
  • 20. PRODUCTION ATTRIBUTING CHARACTERS 52 26 Total no of tillers 12 4 Non productive tillers 48 20 Productive tillers 31 24 Panicle length(cm) Maximum Minimum Characters
  • 21. THIS YEAR PLAN
    • Farmers and AVs(Agr volunteer) are more confident to adopt this technique in this year.
    • Make Cono weeder available to farmers by making from a local fabricator.
    • Train some labours to do transplanting.
    • More focus on the technique rather seed variety.
  • 22. SWI
    • Piloted SWI(system for wheat Intensification) with 76 farmers.
    • Two varieties used-PBW343,PBW373
    • Adopted SWI direct sowing method.
  • 23. SWI SEED TREATMENT
    • .
  • 24. Variety Used
    • PBW-373
    • PBW-343
  • 25. Process adopted
    • Identification of farmers with help of KVS(Kisan Vikas Samity)
    • Involved AVs(Agr Volunteer).
    • Information sharing with individual family focus.
    • 76 farmers with two subplot of each farmers(25dm total plot size).
  • 26. Cont..
    • Controlled plot with 13 kg seed.
    • SWI plot with 2 kg seed.
    • SWI plot seed treated with cow urine, vermicompost, jaggery.
    • Direct seeded method adopted.
    • 10 inch both the ways spacing maintained.
    • Two seeds sown.
  • 27. Production Attributing factor
    • Tillers-6 vs 24
    • Panicle size
    • No of grain per panicle.
    • Disease infestation.
    • Rodent infestation
    • Yield data 650g vs 825g /sq m area.
  • 28. SWI SEED SOWING
  • 29. SWI SOWING
  • 30. SWI & CONTROL PLOT
  • 31. TRADITIONAL AND SWI PLOT
  • 32. TILLERS COUNTING IN SWI PLOT
  • 33. AV(Agriculture Volunteers) IN SWI PLOT
  • 34. THANK YOU

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