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  • 1. Jai SRIPRAGATI,KORAPUT Welcomes U
  • 2. Scale up of SRI in Koraput District 4000 3693 3500 3000 3000 2500 2000 Farmer 1360.2 1419 Area 1500 1024 1000 704.9 395 500 230.7 11 5.5 38 14.2 0 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-kharifNote: Beginning first experiment with 11 farmers in 5.5 acres land in Kharif 2006 wehave spread the practice to 3693 farmers in 1419 acre land.
  • 3. innovation• 96 indigenous variety of paddy seeds conserved and replicated by farmers.• Farmers learn new organic practices & apply in other crops.• Crops like Ragi, Sugarcane and Vegetables started using SRI Principles• 150 Farmers Clubs disseminate on SRI.• Tribal farmers involved in On Farm Research.
  • 4. Strategy• Shearing of Project proposal and budget with the Partners and farmers .• Selected CSP and trained on SRI principles, organic practices for pest control and management.• Formation of organic farmers Clubs at village level and training them on skills for transplanting, raising nursery, spacing with markers and mechanical weeding.• Establish linkage and liaison with PRI members and line departments at block and District level.• Internal co-partners visit to another partners field.
  • 5. Project Out reach 284630002500 20902000 13471500 7551000 146500 110 92 0 Small Marginal Women PRIs SC Farmers ST Farmers Gen. Farmers Farmers Headed Farmers
  • 6. Crop cutting status on SRI in different variety Crop cutting yield Plant No. of No. of Length of No. Of No. Of ( 25 Sq mt Area ) Date of  Variety height tiller/ productive the panicle filled grains chaffy grains harvest in cm. hill tiller/hill in cm in a panicle in a panicle. Grain Yield Straw Yield Per in Kg in Kg AcreAnkursona 05.12.11 66 24 21 23 99 3 15.4 28 25Arize-6444 26.11.11 109 24 22 27 162 18 16.3 35 26Kranti 30.11.11 59 16 13 17 147 24 20 32.5 32Lalat 26.11.11 85 22 17 20 85 4 14.2 30 231001 04.12.11 100 15 13 25 147 15 18.75 45 30Nabin 04.12.11 90 21 20 23 89 7 20 37.5 32Heera khandi 04.12.11 86 14 13 24 105 24 17.5 40 28Ramachandi 05.12.11 90 7 5 20 106 6 12.5 26 20Laktimachi 04.12.11 116 7 5 25 109 4 10 30 16Puja 05.12.11 65 18 17 17 114 5 18.75 30 30Prathikaya 05.12.11 62 24 23 17 162 18 16.25 30 26Kalazeera 26.11.11 90 24 22 21 77 7 8.2 11.5 131010 30.11.11 93 13 11 22 107 9 15 25 24Badi 30.11.11 62 13 11 21 113 15 12..5 28 20Akashnirmal 26.11.11 95 19 16 25 212 7 15.45 38 25Khudra-ii 30.11.11 59 16 13 18 117 4 14.5 32 23
  • 7. SRI & Conventional method analysis Farmer :Gopal Pujari Village:Khairimunda,Jeypore BlockVeriety:KHUDRA-II Extent Of SRI Paddy: 0.30 acres Conventional Paddy: 0.30 acresActivity/Purpose Unit Qty Rate Amount Qty Rate AmountPloughing - Own / Hired P.Bullocks 1 100 100 1 100 100Seed Own / Purchassed Kg 1 30 30 10 30 300Nursery Bed - Labour Men 0 0 0 1 100 100Puddling Own / Hired P.Bullocks 1 100 100 2 100 200Transplanting Labour 4 100 400 10 60 600Farm Yard Manure own/bought Cart-load 2 100 200 1 100 100Vermicompost Kg.s 60 5 300 0 0 0DAP Kg.s 0 0 0 25 12 300Urea Kg.s 0 0 0 20 7 140Handi Khata Tin 6 60 360 2 60 120Weeding - Labour - 1 Labour 3 60 180 10 60 600Weeding - Labour - 2 Labour 3 60 180 0 60 0Harvesting Labour 3 60 180 50 60 300Transportation Labour 2 80 160 5 80 400Threshng,Winnowing & Bagging Labour 3 80 240 3 80 240Total : Investment 2430 3400 220Yield Qntl 7 0 15400 5.3 2200 11660Net value of yield 12970 8260
  • 8. Compensation Yield of SRI and Line sowingName of the Farmer:Madhab GadabaVillage: Chitra,Kotpad BlockCrop : PaddyParticulars SRI Line sowingVeriety Khudra-II (aromatic) 1001 (High yield )Seed used 2 Kg 24 KgDate of harvest 15.11.2011 15.11.2011Yield DataHite of the plant 78 Cm 72 CmEffective Tillers 18 nos 5 nosLength of panicles 20 Cm 16 CmSpike let 10nos 6 nosGrain in a panicle 247 nos 92 nosChaffy in a panicle 8 nos 25 nosCrop cutting Yield(5 X 5)=25 11.3 Kg 9.4 Kg SqmtTotal Yield 19.30 Qntl 13.60 Qntl
  • 9. Challenges• Climate Change as a result of which farmers and area under SRI target is reduced.• Climatic aberration caused pest attack e.g. leaf blast and Gal midge• Promotion of hybrid seeds, Line sowing and chemical use campaigning by GovtLearning• Local seed varieties can be conserved• Farmers need training and input support for organic practices.• State level pressure Group required for policy change.Recommendations –suggestions• The Govt. has introduced line sowing method this year which provides seed support (hybrid variety) to farmers along with package of chemical fertilizers and pesticides which has created confusion among farmers• Threat to promotion of indigenous seeds and organic practices.• SDTT partners can engage in Policy level dialogue with Govt. for promotion of SRI & organic practices.
  • 10. THANKS

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