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Resource conservation for agricultural development

Resource conservation for agricultural development



Participation is crucial and difficult.

Participation is crucial and difficult.



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    Resource conservation for agricultural development Resource conservation for agricultural development Presentation Transcript

    • R.P. Singh, Assoc. Director Extension
    • Abundant Natural ResourcesEra has gone for free harvesting for development People raised standard of living on natural resources
    • Development Vs Devastation
    • SustainabilitySustainability = Productivity + Conservation of Resources
    • Technology and Development
    • R P Singh
    • Farmer’s ParticipationMost crucial for every sustainable development Most difficult task
    • Participation means- People become the stakeholder and decision maker. Agricultural development in different decade RR RF FR FF
    • Natural Resources Management Process Educate and build awareness Promote sustainable farming and resource use Conserve and protect sensitive eco-systems Enhance regenerating capacity of natural resources Promote gender equity and participation Ensure indigenous and minority interests Networking and linkage support
    • Implementing Natural Resource Management Selection of site and collaborators Capacity building Community visioning Understanding the situation Participatory planning Implementation- Collaborating group Participatory monitoring and evaluation Documentation
    • Easy to judge the errors of others.-Difficult to recognize our own errors.
    • -Easy to hurt those whom we love.-Difficult to heal those wounds.
    • -Easy to forgive others.-Difficult to ask for forgiveness.
    • -Easy to exhibit victory.-Difficult to assume defeat with dignity.
    • -Easy to dream every night.-Difficult to fight for a dream.
    • -Difficult to find God in the smallest of things.
    • -Easy to say we love.-Difficult to demonstrate it every day.
    • -Easy to criticize everybody.-Difficult to better / perfect ourselves.
    • -Easy to think of improving.
    • -Easy to receive.
    • InnovationsEkalavya – Ashgourd Variety by Shri A.S. Joy, Alappatt House, Post Puthanchira,District Thrissur, Kerala (Mobile : 09447815652, e-mail : joyalapat2010@gmail.com)Yellow Mosaic Res.
    • Innovative Sugarcane CultivationBy Shri Jiblal Yadav Village Chehal, P.O Sarmatanr, Block Jainagar District Koderma, OIlliterate farmer saves at least 2 weeks time for field preparations.
    • Aromatic Rice - Hansraj Description of innovation Aromatic tall variety of rice has been developed from mass selection by the farmer which has potential for export as basmati rice. The variety is tolerant against bacterial leaf blight. This variety is a purified landrace of rice. It was selected on the basis of the uniformity in plant type, height, flowering and seed shape and other morphological characters. It takes 110 days for panicle initiation. Grain is long, cylindrical with elongation ratio of 1: 1.7. The grain width is medium and decorticated grain shape is long, with medium amylase content in endosperm.
    • Tilak Chandan-Rice VarietyIt is a good aromatic variety with relatively harder stem, with browncoloured tip of lemma with awns. It takes 100-105 days for panicleinitiation. Variety is good under organic farming condition.
    • Inderasan- VarietyDeveloped by Shri Inderasan Singh, a medium size rice suitable for irrigatedand unirrigated both.