Your SlideShare is downloading. ×
0
Nepal hub
Nepal hub
Nepal hub
Nepal hub
Nepal hub
Nepal hub
Nepal hub
Nepal hub
Nepal hub
Nepal hub
Nepal hub
Nepal hub
Nepal hub
Nepal hub
Nepal hub
Nepal hub
Nepal hub
Nepal hub
Nepal hub
Nepal hub
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Thanks for flagging this SlideShare!

Oops! An error has occurred.

×
Saving this for later? Get the SlideShare app to save on your phone or tablet. Read anywhere, anytime – even offline.
Text the download link to your phone
Standard text messaging rates apply

Nepal hub

279

Published on

Published in: Technology, Business
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
279
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
1
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

Report content
Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
No notes for slide

Transcript

  • 1. Key Leanings The Central Terai Nepal Hub -8
  • 2. DSR
    • Lowland areas are most suitable for DSR from the perspective of weed management
    • However, lowlands are more prone to poor stand establishment due to flooding risk
    • DSR is problematic under R-R system because of wet soils after ‘chaite’ rice and also volunteer rice in second crop.
    • Management of weeds is still challenging, but techniques like stale seedbed are gaining popularity and are effective
    • Service providers need to be properly trained to gain confidence of farmers
    • The absence of sufficient numbers of seed drills is limiting the expansion of DSR, but farmers are innovating (non-puddled transplanting, broadcasting, etc.)
  • 3. ZT Wheat
    • Initial Moisture level is critical for early period for rainfed wheat – ZT helps!
    • Awareness raising of appropriate herbicides is raising productivity.
    • Appropriate fertilizer use remains a challenge (recommendations are generic and outdated; farmers are not apply enough).
    • Irrigation infrastructure is poor and inadequate, which is another driver for ZT
  • 4. Maize Seeding Using Multi crops seeder
    • Adoption of maize using multi-crops seeder is increasing.
    • Maintenance of plant population or plant density is still a problem when using multicrops seeder.
    • The Motha is biggest problem to control in the maize field
  • 5. Introduction and Adoption of HYVs
    • Aditya, Bijaya, NL 971 and Ug 99 resistant varieties of wheat
    • Varietal Diversity is more with the Rice: Drought resistant rice varieties have been released through STRASA project and seeds are made available.
    • Two Sub1 rice varieties ( Shava and sworna) have been introduced in flood prone area (with be tested in DSR next year)
    • New hybrid rice varieties are being tested (Thanks to Dr Malik for sending)
    • QPM (seed production in the women group,
    • Adoption of New OPV maize and Hybrid maize is increasing.
  • 6. Lentil
    • Adoption of seed p riming practice is increasing.
    • Currently the productivity level is only around 700 kg/ha and there is a great scope to bring up to 3 t/ha through agronomy (research ongoing).
    • There is a need to improve water management and fertilizer recommendations
  • 7. Training Component
    • Need an External Resource Persons in various disciplines that are not available locally.
    • Categorization of level of trainees (farmers, village level technicians, scientists and extension and other agencies.
    • Strengthen Service Providers and Local Resource Person (LRP) trainings
    • Training to Agro-vets help updating with new molecules and Technologies that enhances dissemination Process.
  • 8. Collaboration with Research /Academic Institutions
    • Work Jointly in developing technologies
    • Building critical thinking and analytical skills of a new generation of ag scientists
    • Feeling of joint-ownership in partnerships is a must
    • Support to M.Sc. Thesis work would be better provided the topic should meet the Project objective
  • 9. Working with Women Groups
    • In-situ Training and Links with the Service Providers or Market has been found effective (seeds of QPM & mungbean)
    • Linkage with other Groups and share the experiences improved (Seed companies)
    • Need to develop Leadership Ability in the Group.
    • Business models for these groups?
  • 10. Farm Tools and Implements
    • Increased market availability is a priority to accelerate adoption of CA-based technologies
    • Government Policy for local manufacture in place and links with regional manufacturing company like National Agro. Industries or DESMESH should be sought
  • 11. Cropping intensification
    • Late maturing rice varieties need to replace without yield penalty.
    • Rice-wheat-Mung potential however, requiring early and synchronised in maturity of mung is in demand.
    • ZT Tillage has reduced the fallow period or land for early seeding
    • ZT open opportunities to exploit fallows
  • 12. Maize-Rice Rotation
    • Maize residues management is a Challenge under rice-wheat-maize crop rotation for using implements
  • 13. Training
    • Seek appropriate external resource person in various disciplines.
    • Categorization of level of trainees (farmers, village level technicians, scientists and extension and other agencies.
    • Development of local resource person (LRP) training for farmers level.
    • Agro-vets require training and updates with new molecules and Technologies that enhances dissemination Process .
  • 14. Capacity building for service providers
    • Regular Training to enhance their Skill is necessary
    • Exposure to new tools and Implements
    • Development of a sustainable mechanism for services
    • Access to soft loan
  • 15. Land holding size & Adoption
    • Small land holders farmer requires a Group approach that assist in technologies adoption.
    • An individual approach for large farmers or land holders experienced.
  • 16. Proposed Creation of Advisory Committee
    • Members Should be drawn from the high level that may help to influence policy formulation process.
    • This would be better forum in which the policy maker could be influenced or can have opportunities for convincing with the current activities on CA
  • 17. Complimentary with other Projects
    • IFAD, EC, PACT (seed sector), Nepal Government funded projects are working in the project area NARDF (MoAC), INWM (DoI), NARC (Research)
  • 18. Economics and Technology
    • Technologies should link or indicate the Economic benefit for wider adoption of technologies
  • 19. THANK YOU FOR YOUR KIND ATTENTION
  • 20.  

×