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Orissa University of Agriculture & Technology(OUAT), Bhubaneswar7th SAC Meeting-KRISHI VIGYAN KENDRA, KENDRAPARA-4368804702810Krishi Vigyan Kendra2011Scientific Advisory Committee Meeting -436245-39052513716001177290<br />Contents TOC o "1-3" h z u 1.0 INTRODUCTION PAGEREF _Toc300248338 h 22.0 K.V.K MANDATES PAGEREF _Toc300248339 h 23.0 ORGANISATIONAL SETUP PAGEREF _Toc300248340 h 24.0 LAND USE STATUS OF KVK PAGEREF _Toc300248341 h 35.0 SOIL STATUS PAGEREF _Toc300248342 h 36.0 MODE OF ACTION PAGEREF _Toc300248343 h 47.0 DEVELOPMENT OF INSTRUCTIONAL UNITS PAGEREF _Toc300248344 h 48.0 THRUST AREAS OF KVK PAGEREF _Toc300248345 h 410.0 TRAINING ACHIEVEMENT YEAR AUGUST 2010- JULY2011 PAGEREF _Toc300248346 h 510.1 TRAINING TO FARMERS & FARM WOMEN PAGEREF _Toc300248347 h 510.2 TRAINING FOR RURAL YOUTH PAGEREF _Toc300248348 h 710.3 VOCATIONAL TRAINING PAGEREF _Toc300248349 h 810.4TRAINING FOR EXTENSION FUNCTIONARIES/ IN-SERVICE PAGEREF _Toc300248350 h 811.0 FRONT LINE DEMONSTRATION OTHER THAN OILSEEDS AND PULSES PAGEREF _Toc300248351 h 11(AUG-2010 TO JULY, 2011) PAGEREF _Toc300248352 h 1112.0 FRONT LINE DEMONSTRATION OF OILSEEDS AND PULSES PAGEREF _Toc300248353 h 1313.0 ON- FARM TESTING PAGEREF _Toc300248354 h 1414.0 EXTENSION ACTIVITY PAGEREF _Toc300248355 h 1615.0 SEED AND PLANTING MATERIALS PRODUCED AND SUPPLIED TO THE FARMERS PAGEREF _Toc300248356 h 1716.1 TRAINING PROGRAMMES FOR THE YEAR 2011-2012. PAGEREF _Toc300248357 h 1816.1.1 TRAINING TO FARMERS & FARM WOMEN PAGEREF _Toc300248358 h 1816.1.2 TRAINING FOR RURAL YOUTH PAGEREF _Toc300248359 h 1916.1.3 VOCATIONAL TRAINING PAGEREF _Toc300248360 h 2016.1.4 TRAINING FOR EXTENSION FUNCTIONARIES/ IN-SERVICE PAGEREF _Toc300248361 h 2016.2 FRONT LINE DEMONSTRATION OTHER THAN OILSEEDS AND PULSES (11-12) PAGEREF _Toc300248362 h 2216.3 ON FARM TESTING 2011-12 PAGEREF _Toc300248363 h 2416.4 PROPOSED KVK FARM ACTIVITIES FOR 2011-12 PAGEREF _Toc300248364 h 2716.5 EXTENSION ACTIVITIES PAGEREF _Toc300248365 h 28<br />1.0 InTroduction<br />Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Kendrapara was established by ICAR in 1996 under the control of OUAT. Kendrapara district is situated in the eastern portion of the state and is bounded on the north by Bhadrak district, Jagatsingpur by south, Jajpur by north-west, Cuttack by west and on the east the Bay of Bengal. The district lies between 20o21’N to 22o10’N latitude and 86o14’E to 87o83’E longitude, occupying total geographical of 2,644 sq. km. The coastline covers 48 km stretching from Dhamara Muhan to Batighar.<br />    2.0 K.V.K MANDATES<br />Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Kendrapara transfers need based technology to the farming community in Agriculture and allied sector through its mandatory activities. It has four broad mandates.<br />939830988<br />3.0 ORGANISATIONAL SETUP<br />Organisational set up, as sanctioned by ICAR consists of one Programme Co-ordinator, who is being assisted by six Subject Matter Specialists (Crop Production, Plant protection, Soil science, Fishery Science, Horticulture & Agril Extension), one Programme Assistant, one Farm Manager , one Computer Programmer and six other office supporting staffs. The details are stated in Annexure -1<br />4.0 land use status of KVK<br />Land use patternArea in HAUnder building 1.54Under demonstration unit1.96Under crops5.00Bunds/available waste land1.00Orchard/ Agro-forestry1.50Others (Retting tank, WHS)1.00Total12.00<br />3810474980Krishi Vigyan Kendra is having 12 ha of land. The detail land use status is stated below: <br />5.0 Soil status<br />The soil characteristic of the district is variable in nature and soil is dominated by alluvial and saline with sandy loam texture. About 90 percent soils are acidic in nature which is spread over Kendrapara, Pottamundai, Garadpur, Marsaghai, Aul, Rajkanika and Derabis blocks of the district. Rest 20 percent saline soils are spread over mainly in Rajnagar and Mahakalpada blocks. <br />Table SEQ Table * ARABIC 1, BLOCK SOIL STATUSSl.NoSoil typeCharacteristicsArea in ha 1AlluvialCoarse sand to clay texture, base saturation & fertility, acidic in reaction85300ha2SalineClay to clay loam in texture, low in N & K but medium in p, reduced uptake of k, ca & mg by plants due to presence of excess N, suffers from H2S injury48200ha3BlackHeavier in texture with more than 30% clay, soil reaction is neutral to slightly alkaline with presence of free CaCO3 nodules in profile2500ha<br />6.0 MODE OF ACTION<br />Before execution of any programme survey is conducted in different potential villages by using PRA tools to know the agro-economic profile, problems and intervention action points are selected for executing the programmes either through training, demonstration or On Farm Testing. After execution works, impact study is conducted to know the changes in knowledge, skill and attitude, adoption of appropriate technology, increase in productivity, income and ultimately improvement in socio-economic status of farmers and village community. <br />7.0 DEVELOPMENT OF INSTRUCTIONAL UNITS<br /> <br />To achieve the most important mandates of KVK, vocational training and campus farm units have been developed where the skill oriented trainings are imparted on the principle of “Learning by doing” and “Seeing is believing”.<br />Seed production units of paddy & dhaincha<br />Medicinal plant unit<br />Mango and banana orchard<br />Ornamental fish culture unit<br />Carp hatchery<br />Nutritional garden<br />Demo unit of Integrated farming system <br />Mushroom production unit<br />Vermi-compost unit<br />Poultry unit<br />Azolla multiplication unit<br />Apiary unit<br />Duckery unit<br />Mushroom spawn unit<br />Shed net for seedling and sapling<br />Poly house<br />8.0 tHRuST AREAs OF KVK<br /><ul><li>Maximization of crop production.
  2. 2. Development of suitable farming system models for different farming situations
  3. 3. Value addition in fruits and vegetables
  4. 4. Mushroom production and post harvest management
  5. 5. Remunerative enterprise introduction (Floriculture, apiary, agarbati making golden grass product and poultry rearing for dual purpose).
  6. 6. Judicious pest and disease management practices
  7. 7. Problem soil and water quality management
  8. 8. Aquaculture
  9. 9. Food security and livelihood generation</li></ul>10.0 TRAINING ACHIEVEMENT YEAR AUGUST 2010- JULY2011<br />10.1 TRAINING to Farmers & Farm women <br />Sl. NoDisciplineThematic areaTargetAchievementDurationNo. of Participant1Crop ManagementWeed management33375Integrated crop management33375Resources conservation technology22250Bio-fertilizer production22250Integrated farming22250Crop diversification11125Water management11125Total1414143502Soil scienceSoil fertility management334100Soil and water testing11125Management of problem soils22375Integrated nutrient management666200Micro nutrient deficiency in crops22250Total1414164503HorticultureCultivation of fruits22250Off season vegetables22250Lay out and management of orchards22250Propagation technique of ornamental plants11125Production of low volume and high value crops11125Nursery management 22250Production and management technology444100Grading and standardization11125Total1515153754Plant protectionMushroom cultivation11125Integrated pest management999225Integrated disease management888200Bio-control of pest and disease management11125Total1919194755Women in agricultureHouse hold food security by kitchen gardening and nutritional gardening444100Income generation activities559175Location specific drudgery reduction technique22250Value addition33575Storage loss minimization technique11125 Total1515214256Fishery scienceSeed production336150Pond management11250Total4482007Agril. ExtensionProduction technology11125Fodder cultivation11125Total22250<br />10.2 Training for Rural Youth<br />Sl. NoDisciplineThematic areaTargetAchievementDurationNo. of Participant1AgronomySeed production11320Value addition11420Bio-fertilizer production113202HorticultureSeed production112153Soil scienceProduction of organic inputs112204Plant protectionMushroom cultivation334605Women in AgricultureValue addition222506.Fishery scienceSeed production113457Agriculture ExtensionPara extension workers7714175Total181837425<br />10.3 Vocational Training<br />Sl. NoDisciplineThematic areaTargetAchievementDurationNo. of Participant1AgronomyIntegrated farming115102HorticulturePropagation technique of horticultural plant115103Soil sciencePreparation technique and use of vermicompost in agriculture113104Plant protectionBee keeping115155Women in AgricultureSmall scale processing114106Agriculture ExtensionRural craft11510Total662765<br />Training for extension functionaries/ in-service<br />Sl. NoDisciplineThematic areaTargetAchievementDurationNo. of Participant1AgronomyVarietals substitution11110Integrated crop management11110HorticultureProtected cultivation technology11110Integrated nutrient management11110Soil scienceIntegrated nutrient management11210Integrated nutrient management11210Plant protectionIntegrated pest management11110Integrated pest management11110Women in AgricultureHouse hold food security11110Diet designing 11110Agriculture ExtensionFormation and management of SHGs & FCs22250Information and net working of farmers11125Capacity Building11125Capacity Building11125Capacity Building11125Capacity building11125Total171719275<br />11.0 FRONT LINE DEMONSTRATION OTHER THAN OILSEEDS AND PULSES <br />(Aug-2010 to July, 2011)<br />Sl. NoName of the EnterpriseInterventionNo. of farmersArea (ha)Average yieldCritical Input1Weed control in paddyApplication of pretilachlor @1.5ltr/ha5242.2 q/haPaddy seed2Green manuring in Kharif HYV paddySowing of dhaincha seed @25Kg/ha and incorporating at six week stage40.440.1 q/haDhaincha seed3.Integrated nutrient management in medium land paddyUse soil test based fertilizer (60-35-40) N:P:K kg/.ha along with 15kg BGA & 10kg PSB per ha along with FYM31.542.8 q/haChemical fertilizer, bio-fertiliser4.SRI in Rabi ricePlanting of 10-12 days old seedlings with organic manure with spacing of 25 x 25 cm20.855.8 q/haSeeds and implement (marker)5Biofertilizer application in potatoApplication of vermicompost incubated with liquid biofertilizer i.e, Azotobactor, Azospirillum & PSB @100ml. Each in 25kg vemicompost104.0202 q/haAzotobacter, Azospirillum and PSB6.Foliar application of micronutrients to cauliflowerTwice spraying of Borax @ 0.25%, Zinc sulphste@ 0.1% and Sodium Molybdate @ 0.02% after 25 days in 10 days interval20.8228 q/haBorax, Zinc Sulphate and Sodium Molybdate7Demonstration of Integrated pest management for suppression of Yellow stem borer in paddyInstallation of Pheromonetrap@ 20nos/ha along with scripolure, release of Trichogramma japonicum Parastitoid@ 50,000/ha one month after transplanting 5 times at weekly interval, need based spraying of crop with Cartap hydrochloride@ 1gm/lit of water.5246.87 q/haPheromonetrap, Trichogramma japonicum, Cartap hydrochloride8Demonstration of chemical management for suppression of thrips in chilliSeed treatment with Imidacloprid 17.8SL@ 7 ml per kg of seed and foliar spray of Imidacloprid 17.8SL@.5ml/liter of water twice starting from 45 DAT at 15 days interval5145.0 q/hasImidacloprid 17.8 SL9Demonstration on Management of late blight disease of potato Seed treatment with Carboxin 37.5%+ thiram37.5%@ 0.2% &Streptocycline @ 0.01% for 15 mins followed by shade drying and spraying with Metalxyl8%+ Mancozeb64%@ 0.2 % twice at 10 days interval at 45 DAS 51190 q/ha Carboxin Streptocycline, Thiram, Metalxy10Integrated management of control of fruit & shoot borer in brinjalInstallation of pheromone traps (25 nos/ha) along with leucin lures, release of Trichogamma chilonis 50,000/ha as non chemical curative control measures. Need based application of cartap hydrochloride 1.5g/lit of water+ Diflubenzuron 0.5gm/lit of water. 51 302 q/hapheromenoe trap, leucine lure, cartap hydrochloride, Trichogamma chilonis, Dimlin11Demonstration on cultivation of improved variety of pointed gourd cv. Swarna AlaukikIntroduction of improved varieties of pointed gourd cv. Swarn Alaukik having light green fruits, 5-8cm long, solid, thin skinned40.12140 q/haPlanting material12.Demonstration of staggered method of planting in marigold for round the season flower production.Cultivation of marigold variety Ceracole with full package of practices with staggered method of planting. Compost @ 3kg/m2 is mixed in the soil.with 20 gm urea, 100 gm super phosphate and 50 gm muriate of potash/m240.4102 q/haPlanting material, urea, ssp & mop14Demonstration on cultivation of improved variety of tomato cv. Utkal PragyanIntroduction of improved varieties of tomato cv. Utkal pragyan, a wilt tolerant variety with average yield potential of 37.5 t/ha40.8 260 15Demonstration on cultivation of CV. Cowpea Utkal ManikaUtkal Manik a dual season dwarf variety, pods are green meaty, tender, medium long 15-20 cm,resistant to mosaic51.074 q/haSeedlings16Use of improved sickle for reducing drudgery of farm womenReduction of drudgery by using improved sickle in Kharif rice2021950 q/haImproved sickle17Use of cono weeder for reduction drudgery of farm womenUse of cono weeder in SRI paddy100.5 61.5 q/haCono weeder18Semi intensive poultry farmingIntroduction of colour bird black rock under semi intensive condition242 kgChicks, medicine and poultry feed19Cultivation of oyster mushroomOyster mushroom cultivation as an income generating activity10100 bed1.8 kg/bedSpawn bottle and polythene20Cultivation of paddy straw mushroomPaddy straw mushroom cultivation as an income generating activity12120 bed-Spawn bottle and polythene21Demonstration on nutritional gardenNutritional garden230.5 143 q/haSeed, seedling & pesticides22Demonstration on hybrid napier grassPlanting of Napier grass slips and cutting21.0-Planting materials and fertiliser23Demonstration of Agro-forestry model Horti-silvi-pastural system for income generation and sustainable livelihood 20.8Stylo yield-132 Planting materials and fertiliser<br />12.0 FRONT LINE DEMONSTRATION OF OILSEEDS AND PULSES<br />Sl. NoName of enterpriseInterventionNo. of farmersArea (ha)unitAverage yield (Kg/ha)Critical input1Demonstration on blackgramUse of PU 30 along with seed treatment by Vitavax power and rhizobium culture treatment with Na Molybdate155 ha7.38 Vitavax power, rhizobium culture, Sodium Molybdate2Demonstration on groundnutSeed treatment with Tricoderma viridae and rhizobium culture 155 ha20.2Tricoderma viridae and rhizobium culture 3Demonstration on sunflowerUse of hybrid var. along with seed treatment by Trichoderma viridae, application of gypsum and management practices for control of head borer.155 ha10.6Seeds, fertilizer & pesticides<br />13.0 ON- FARM TESTING<br />Sl. NoTitleTreatmentResult1Assessment of cv. Ranidhan in SRI methodT1- Growing Ranidhan traditionallyT2- Growing Ranidhan by SRI methodYield was increased by 33% with B.C.R= 1.722Assessment of IPM for leaf folder in Kharif riceT1- Spraying of chemical pesticide chloropyriphos with improper doseT2- Seedling root dip with Chlorpyriphos @ 20ml/20lts. of water,release of Trichogramma chilonis 50000/ha. and need based spraying of Cartap Yield was increased by 12.1% with B.C.R= 2.133Assessment of Isoprothilane 40%EC for suppression of blast disease in paddyT1- Spraying the crop with carbendazim, Mancozeb in under doses with improper time T2- Foliar spraying the crop at tillering, boot leaf and grain formation stage with Isoprothilane 40% EC @ 1.5 ml/lit of water along with stickerYield was increased by 24.25% with B.C.R= 1.544Assessment of drudgery reduction of farm women by using hand winnower T1- Winnowing by winnowT2- Use of winnower( hand operated)Yield was increased by 175% with B.C.R=2.485Assessment of Nitro benzene in blackgramT1- No management practice for poor flowering in blackgramT2- Twice foliar spraying of nitrobenzene @2ml/lit at 30 DAS at 15 days intervalYield was increased by 50% with B:C= 2.506Assessment of chemical weedicide “Zargon” in Rabi groundnutT1- Growing groundnut without application of chemical herbicideT2- Application of chemical herbicide Zargon (Oxyflurofen@200ml/ha)Yield was increased by 28.1 % with B.C.R=2.957Assessment of vermicompost incubated with liquid biofertilizer (Azotobacter, Azosprillum and PSB) in cabbageT1- (N-P-K+FYM2t/ha)T2- STBFR(150-60-40 kg/ha N-P2O5-K2O)+Vermicompost incubated with liquid biofertilizerYield was increased by 20.3 % with B.C.R=2.958Assessment of rhizobium culture, sodium molybdate and Cobalt chloride in green gramT1- No seed treatment with rhizobium and micronutrient T2- Seed treatment with rhizobium culture, Sodium Molybdate and cobalt chloride @ 500gm, 10gm and 2.5 gm per 25kg of seed respectivelyYield was increased by 66.7 % with B.C.R=2.839Assessment of IPM for diamond back moth in cauliflowerT1- Spraying of chemicals pesticides monocrotophos, chloropyriphos with improper dose and timeT2- Alternate spraying of Bt @2gm/lit and Ethofenprox @1ml/lit twice each at 15 days intervalYield was increased by 12% with B.C .R= 2.3610Assessment of T. Viridae and Propiconazol for suppression of Tikkadisease in groundnutT1- No seed treatment spraying the crop with carbendazim, Mancozeb in under doses with improper timeT2- Seed treatment with Trichoderma viridae 4gm/kg of seed spraying the crop with Propiconazol 25% EC @1ml/lit of waterYield was increased by 17.67 % with B.C.R= 2.9811Assessment of drudgery reduction of farm women by using groundnut decorticator (standing type)T1- Manual decorticatorT2- Use of groundnut decorticatorYield was increased by 50 % with B.C.R= 2.68, <br />14.0 Extension Activity<br />Sl. No.Extension activitiesNo.Beneficiary1.Farmers Fair11002.Exhibition21153.Field days157504.Special day celebration022005.Radio talk96.Television talk287.Technical Report328.Scientists visit to farmers’ field1225929.Kissan Gosthi1510.Farmers visit to K.V.K.255511.Diagnostic visit3412.Animal health camp113.No. of farmers club formed914.Farmers’ club meeting held2415.SHG convention516.Ex-trainees sammelan15017.Film show918.Popular article1519..Group meeting1855220.News paper coverage2521Soil testing and soil health maintenance0150<br />15.0 SEED AND PLANTING MATERIALS PRODUCED AND SUPPLIED TO THE FARMERS<br /> A. Seed production<br />CropVarietyCategoryArea (ha)Production (q)Yield (q/ha)(KHARIF -2010-11)Paddy(Var. Pooja)F.S2.57070Paddy(Var.Swarna)F.S1.015 (Seed)18 (Non seed)33(15+18)Paddy(Var. CR-1014)F.S1.01818Paddy(Var. Ranidhan)F.S0.12.5 (Non seed)2.5DhainchaT.L0.41.830.56Rabi- 2010-11GroundnutVar. ICGV-9114 (Devi)C.S1.0200 kgGreengram(Var. TARM-1)C.S1.0150 kg Blackgram(Var. PU-19)C.S1.050 kg<br />B. Planting material production<br />Name of plantNo. producedChilli (Suprava)800Brinjal (Hajari)900Tomato (BT-12)13800Cabbage (Goldstar)1000Cauliflower (Snowball)2025Marigold (Ceracole)5000Pointed gourd (Swarna Alaukik)220Medicinal plant140Banana (Banatala)1167Total25052<br />C. Other Products<br />Sl. NoItemQuantity producedQuantity disposed1Poultry chicks1900 Nos.1900 Nos.2Mushroom 194 kg194 kg3Vermi-compost4 Qtl.3 Qtl (used in OFT programme)<br />16.0 PROPOSED ANNUAL ACTION PLAN FOR 2011-12<br /> 16.1 TRAINING PROGRAMMES FOR THE YEAR 2011-2012.<br /> 16.1.1 TRAINING to Farmers & Farm women <br />Sl. NoDisciplineThematic areaNumber of coursesDurationNo. of Participant1Crop ManagementWater management1125Integrated crop management44100Fodder production1125Weed management2250Resources conservation technology2250Bio-fertilizer production3375Integrated farming2250Total15153752Soil scienceSoil fertility management3375Management of problem soils2250Soil and water testing2250Integrated nutrient management66150Micro nutrient deficiency in crops1125Total14143503HorticultureCultivation of fruits2250Off season vegetable2250Management of young plants/orchards1125Layout and management of orchard1125Propagation technique of ornamental plants1125Production and management technology44100Grading and standardization1125Nursery management2250Production of low volume and high value crops1125Total15153754Plant protectionMushroom cultivation1125Integrated pest management88200Integrated disease management77175Bio-control of pest and disease11255.Fishery scienceSeed production1010250Pond management3375Fish production33100IDM1125Feed management1125Prawn production2250Total2020525Total17174256Women in agricultureValue addition3775House hold food security by kitchen gardening & nutritional gardening44100Income generation activity of farm women611150Total13223257Agril. ExtensionProduction technology1125Fooder cultivation1125Soil and water conservation1125Organic manure production1125Production and management technology1125Resource conservation technology1125Total66150<br />16.1.2 Training for Rural Youth<br />Sl. NoDisciplineThematic areaNumber of coursesDurationNo. of Participant1AgronomyBio-fertilizer production1320Seed production14202HorticultureSeed production12153Soil scienceManagement of problematic soil1215Production and use of organic inputs12154Plant protectionMushroom cultivation12 20Mushroom cultivation12205Fishery scienceSeed production1345Value addition13456Women in AgricultureValue addition1225Rural craft15157Agriculture ExtensionPara extension workers48100Total1538355<br />16.1.3 Vocational Training<br />Sl. NoDisciplineThematic areaNumber of coursesDurationNo. of Participant1AgronomyIntegrated farming1510HorticulturePlanting material production1510Soil scienceProduction and use of organic inputs1215Plant protectionBee keeping1315Women in AgricultureRural craft177Fishery scienceSeed production1450Total626107<br />16.1.4 Training for extension functionaries/ in-service<br />Sl. NoDisciplineThematic areaNumber of coursesDurationNo. of Participant1AgronomyVarietals substitution11102HorticultureProtected cultivation technology11103Soil scienceManagement of problematic soil11154Plant protectionIntegrated pest management11105Fishery scienceFish production1330Disease management1220Nutritional management12256Women in AgricultureValue addition25207Agriculture ExtensionFormation and management of SHGs 1125Group Dynamics and Farmers Organisation1125Information and net working of farmers1125Gender mainstreaming1125Total1320240<br />16.2 FRONT LINE DEMONSTRATION OTHER THAN OILSEEDS AND PULSES (11-12)<br />Sl. NoName of enterpriseInterventionNo. of farmersArea (ha)Critical input1Weed management in paddyApplication of Pretilachlore @1.5lit/ha52 Pretilachlore2Bio-fertilizer application in cabbageApplication of liquid bio-fertilizer like Azotobactor, Azospirillum & PSB 100ml each incubated with vermicompost (25kg)104.0Azotobactor, Azospirillum & PSB3Foliar application of micronutrients to CauliflowerTwice spraying of Borax @2.5gm/lit after 25 days of planting in 10 days interval20.8Borax 4Sulphur and Boron management in riceApplication of Gypsum @200kg and Borax@10kg/ha along with STBFR30.3Borax, Gypsum5Zinc and Boron management in BrinjalApplication of soil test based Boron & Zinc in the form of Borax & Zin sulphate @10kg and 25kg/ha respectively40.4FBorax, Zinc sulphate6Demonstration of integrated pest management for suppression of yellow stem borer in paddyInstallation of pheromonetrap @20nos/ha along with scripolure, release of Trichogramma Japonicum parastitoid @50,000/ha one month after transplanting 5 times at weekly interval, need based spraying of crop with Cartap hydrochloride @1gm/lit of water52Pheromonetrap, Trichogramma Japonicum, Cartap hydrochloride7Demonstration of integrated pest management of fruit and shoot borer in brinjalInstallation of pheromone trap (25 nos/ha) along with leucin lures, release of Trichogamma chilonis 50,000/ha as non chemical curative control measures. Need based application of cartap hydrochloride 1.5g/lit of water+Diflubenzuron 0.5gm/lit of water51pheromone trap, Trichogamma chilonis, cartap hydrochloride, Diflubenzuron 0.5gm8Demonstration of management of late blight disease of potatoSeed treatment with Carboxin 37.5% +thiram37.5% @0.2% & Streptocycline @0.01% for 15 mins followed by shade drying and spraying with Metalxy 18%+ Mancozeb 64% @0.2% twice at 10 days interval at 45 DAS51 Carboxin, Streptocycline, Metalxy, Mancozeb9Demonstration of Isoprothilane 40% EC for blast disease in paddyFoliar spraying the crop at tillering, boot leaf and grain formation stage with Isoprothilane 40% EC @1.5/lit of water along with sticker51 Isoprothilane10Semi intensive poultry rearingDemonstraion of coloured bird like RIR and Black rock under semi intensive condition25vaccinated, medicine, poultry feed)11Demonstration of oyster mushroom cultivationSterilization of straw, using of good quality spawn20Spawn bottle & polythene bag12Use of groundnut decorticator for reduction of drudgery of farm womenReduced drudgery by using groundnut decorticator2 (SHG group)Groundnut decorticator13Demonstration of nutritional gardenIntroduction of improved seeds, use of vermicompost & application of neem based pesticides250.5Seeds14Demonstration of cultivation of improved variety of tomato cv. Utkal RajaIntroduction of improved varieties of tomato cv. Utkal Raja, a wilt tolerant variety average yield potential of 37.5 t/ha40.6Seedlings15Demonstration on nutrient management in bananaApplication of 10-15 kg of FYM or compost per pit along with 375gm N, 100gm P and 300gm K per plant as per STBFR. Nis applied in 3 split doses at 2,4 & 6 months of planting30.6Nitrogen, Phosphorous16Demonstration on pond based farming systemIndian Major Carps with horticultural crops (banana, lemmon graft, mango poultry and duckery)21Horticultural crops17Rearing of fish fry Fish fry in small pond41Fish18Demonstration on multiple stoking and multiple harvesting of Indian Major CrapsProduction and productivity of Indian carps4119Demonstration on Agro-forestry modelHorti-silvi-pastural system for income generation and sustainable livelihood1420Demonstration on Hybrid Napier grassLine showing of Napier grass on upland for big ruminants21<br />16.3 ON FARM TESTING 2011-12<br />Sl. NoTitleProblemNo. of trialThematic areaSeasonPerformance indicator11.Assessment of JKRH 401 in SRILow yield due to growing Swarna in traditional practice4Varietal substitution Kharif 2011-12No of tillers/hillNo. of panicles/hill1000 grain wt2Assessment of chemical herbicide “Zargon” in rabi groundnut Low yield and high labour cost in manual weeding in groundnut5Weed managementRabi 2011-12Weed dry Wt, weed control efficiency , labour saving/ha, yield, B.C.R3Assessment of chemical herbicide “Oxadiargyl” in Kharif rice Low yield and high labour cost in manual weeding in groundnut5Weed managementKharif 2011-12Weed dry Wt./m2, weed control efficiency (%), labour saving/ha, yield, B.C.R4Assessment of Swarna Sub-1 in flooded situation Kharif rice is affected at PI stage due to flash flood5Varietal substitutionKharif 2011-12No. of tillers/hill,1000 grain Wt., grain yield, B.C.R5Assessment of Rhizobium culture, Sodium molybdate and cobalt chloride in blackgramReduction in yield due to non use of bacterial culture and micronutrient as seed treatment5INMSummer 2011. No. of pods/plantii. No. of effective nodules/plant iii. Yield 6Assessment of Rhizobium culture, Sulphur and Boron in groundnutLow yield and low oil content of groundnut due to non use of bacterial culture, Sulphur and Boron 5Integrated nutrient managementRabi, 2011i. No. of pods/plant ii. No. of effective nodules/plant iii. Yield7Assessment of Nitrobenzene & micronutrient in cucumberLow yield of cucumber due to non use of hormone & micronutrient4Integrated crop managementKharif-2011. No. of flower/plant, No of fruit/plant, yield8Assessment of sulphur in mustardLow yield & oil content of mustard due to no use of sulphur4Integrated nutrient managementRabi 2011. No. of siliqua/plant, oil content, yield9Assessment of Validamycin 3%L + imidacloprid 17.8SL for management of sheath blight of paddyRotting of sheath, poor root system development, appearance of BPH on the basal part of the plant 5Integrated disease managementKharif 2011Yield (q/ha) % of infected plant10Assessment of chemicals pesticides for management of pod borer in greengram Severe destruction of foliage, no pod formation & reduction in yield 5Integrated pest managementRabi-2011i.Yield (q/ha)ii. % of infested plant 1111.Assessment of IPM for fruit fly in pointed gourdLow yield, yellowing , drying & rotting of fruits 5Integrated pest managementSummer, 2011-12i. % incidence of infested fruitsii. Yield1212.Assessment of Imidacloprid 17.8SL for management of YMV in greengramYellowing of leaves and fruit5Integrated pest managementRabi, 2011-12% of YMV of infested leavesYield13Assessment of Ethrel in bitter gourd Reduction in yield due to less female flowers 4Integrated crop managementSummer, 2011-12Number of fruits per plant, Single fruit weight, Yield, B.C.R1414.Assessment of trellia system in pointed gourd.Reduction of yield due to heavy weed infestation, less fruiting and high labour intensive5Crop management practiceRabi, 2011-12Weed index, number of weeds per sqm, number of fruits per plant, Yield, B.C.R15Assessment of prevention of spoilage of fresh vegetablesSpoilage of vegetables and fruits during storage1Low cost storageSummer, 2011It minimizes spoilage of fruits and vegetables1616.Assessment of drudgery reduction by using power operated paddy thresherDrudgery due to threshing of paddy by traditional method 2Drudgery reductionRabi, 2011-12. Labour saving2. Time taken for harvesting 1qtl of paddy 17Assessment of fish -cum-duck culture Less income from only pisciculture and non utilization of duckery component4Integrated farming systemKharif, 2011Yield, No. of egg & meat, B.C.R & Yield1818.Assessment of seed production of common carp in breeding happaQuality seed production in rural area3Quality seed productionKharif, 2011Population fry and fingerlings, Mortality rate1919.Assessment of prawn culture with fish farmingLess income only from fish culture3Fisheries (Production Technology)Kharif, 2011Yield of fish & fresh water prawn, average weight,B.C.R, Yield2020.Assessment of Epizootic Ulcerative disease syndrom (EUS) in carpsHigher percentage of mortality due to EUS4Fisheries ( Production technology)Rabi, 2011Performance of CIFEX, mortality rate per 10 fishes<br />16.4 Proposed KVK farm Activities for 2011-12<br />i. Seed Production<br />SeasonCropVarietyCategory of seedArea(ha)Quantity to be produced (qtls.)Yield (q/ha)KharifPaddySwarnaFoundation1.03538KharifPaddyLalatFoundation1.03540KharifPaddyPoojaFoundation1.63848KharifPaddyRanidhanFoundation1.03640Sub-total Paddy4.6144166KharifDhanichaLocalFoundation0.41.75Grand Total5.0145.75<br />ii. Planting material production during 2010-11<br />YearCategoryNo. of seedlings to be produced2010-11Vegetable seedlings26000Fruit plant1500Floriculture7000Medicinal Plants150<br />iii. Demonstration Unit<br />YearItemQuantity to be produced2010-11Banana65 bunchesChicks (colour bird) &Duckling10,000 Nos.1000 Nos.Paddy straw mushroom (V.V), (P. Sajarcaju)500 kgOyster mushroom200 kgHoney30 kgVermicompost20 qtFishery (FRP Carp hatchery)100000 fingerling<br />16.5 EXTENSION ACTIVITIES<br />Extension Activities Target NoParticipantsField Days 201000Kisan Mela 2200Kisan Gosthi/ Farmers Meeting 8160Ex- trainees Meet 250Diagnostic Visit to farmers Fields 223950Farmers Visits -1040Lecture Delivers by KVK Scientists 12400Exhibitions 3300Film Shows 401000Radio Programmes 8-TV Shows 32-Animal Health Camp 240SAC Meeting 245News Letter 40-Soil test campaign 4100TOTAL 3965240<br />ANNEXURE-1<br />Table SEQ Table * ARABIC 2, PRESENT Staff PositionSanctioned postName of the incumbentDisciplineHighest degreeSubject ofSpecializationProgramme CoordinatorMrs. Anjali RayHome scienceM.Sc. (Home science)Home scienceSubject Matter Specialist-1 Mr. Lalit Ku. MohantyAgronomyM.Sc. AgAgronomySubject Matter Specialist-2 Vacant (Relived on 3.08.2011)Soil scienceSubject Matter Specialist-3 Vacant Horticulture--Subject Matter Specialist-4 Mr. M.K. RoutPlant protectionM.Sc. AgPlant pathologySubject Matter Specialist-5 Mr. S. LenkaAgricultural ExtensionM.Sc, AgMBA, PGDRDAgricultural ExtensionSubject Matter Specialist-6Mr. N.K SialFishery ScienceM.F.Sc.Fishery scienceProgramme AssistantMrs. A. SaranaHome scienceB.ScHome scienceFarm ManagerVacantComputer Programmer Mrs. S. PandaComp scienceB.ScScienceAccountant / superintendentVacantStenographerSri K.C. DasJr Steno cum Comp operatorB.Sc-Driver Sri R.K. Behera9thDriverSri. N. Pradhan9thSupporting staffSri B.C. DasPeon cum watchman5thSupporting staffSri K.C. BhujabalaPeon cum watchman10th<br />