WELCOMEWELCOME
RESEARCH NETWORK ANDRESEARCH NETWORK ANDPROGRAMMESPROGRAMMESofofG.B. Pant University of Agriculture &G.B. Pant University ...
PatwadangarPatwadangar
RESEARCH ORGANIZATIONRESEARCH ORGANIZATIONResearch Advisory CommitteeResearch Advisory CommitteeDirectorExperiment Station...
DIRECTORATE OF EXPERIMENT STATIONDIRECTORATE OF EXPERIMENT STATIONDirector Experiment StationAddl. Director ResearchAddl. ...
 Coordination of all research activities, fundamental andCoordination of all research activities, fundamental andapplied,...
Food Grains 994246 1807150Pulses 27647 19049Oil Seeds 23128 17324Fruits 189034 484000Vegetables 202132 702206Spices 5343.2...
FarmingFarmingsituationssituationsAttitudeAttitude(mamsl)(mamsl)Approx.Approx.areaarea(lakh ha)(lakh ha)Principal CropsPri...
RESEARCH PROJECTS IN OPERATIONRESEARCH PROJECTS IN OPERATION(1999-onwards)(1999-onwards)243287 297247 254277 2772160501001...
Research Project in Operation (277)Research Project in Operation (277)426545125020406080100120140AICRP ICAR HorticultureMi...
5.4616.5932.2636.6249.5957.539.9532.3534.63 34.010102030405060701997-19981998-19991999-20002000-20012001-20022002-20032003...
CROP RESEARCH CENTRECROP RESEARCH CENTRE• Provides research facilities to major field crops and• Provides facilities for f...
VEGETABLEVEGETABLERESEARCHRESEARCHCENTRECENTRE To provide field research facilities to researchersTo provide field resear...
• Production, processing and marketing of nucleusProduction, processing and marketing of nucleusand breeder seeds of major...
HORTICULTURE RESEARCH CENTREHORTICULTURE RESEARCH CENTRE Research on various aspects of fruit production forResearch on v...
MEDICINAL RESEARCH ANDMEDICINAL RESEARCH ANDDEVELOPMENT CENTREDEVELOPMENT CENTREMEDICINAL RESEARCH ANDMEDICINAL RESEARCH A...
AGRO-AGRO-FORESTRYFORESTRYRESEARCHRESEARCHCENTRECENTRE Propagation of different trees and bamboo species forPropagation o...
• Upgraded as Mushroom Research & Training CentreUpgraded as Mushroom Research & Training Centrein 2003 from Mushroom Rese...
• Maintenance of germplasm of importantMaintenance of germplasm of importantflowers of the regionflowers of the region• Re...
• Provides research facilities in Animal Breeding,Animal Nutrition, Livestock Production andmanagement aspects of Animal S...
This centre maintains large number ofPoultry birds for researches ondifferent breeding, feeding andmanagement aspectsINSTR...
• Responsible for giving practical training to the farmers,Responsible for giving practical training to the farmers,Govt. ...
Location : District Tehri - GarhwalArea : Ranichauri – 205 haGaza – 6.5haKanatal – 4.2 haHILL CAMPUS, RANICHAURIHILL CAMPU...
 To cater research needs of the low hills andTo cater research needs of the low hills andvalleys of Uttaranchal.valleys o...
RESEARCHRESEARCHSTATION SUI-STATION SUI-LOHAGHATLOHAGHATRESEARCHRESEARCHSTATION SUI-STATION SUI-LOHAGHATLOHAGHAT• Collecti...
Medicinal & Aromatic plant Unit Water harvesting PondFloriculture Unit Horticulture Unit
RESEARCH AND TRAINING STATION, PAURIRESEARCH AND TRAINING STATION, PAURI Established in 1973 Area : 0.06 ha Research an...
IMPROVED HILL EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURED AT PAURIDamalaPuddlingwheelCultivatorDanalaRidgerPotato diggerSeed drillNasuda
• Total Technology development for sugarcane basedcropping systems• Training to the farmers and other extension agencies.•...
Research on production of fruits,vegetables under utilized crops, livestockand organic farming for temperate regions.Train...
TEA RESEARCH ACTIVITIES Location : Kausani, Almora Year of start : 2003 Funding : Tea Board, Govt. of Indiaand Govt. of...
Interdisciplinary Team atKausaniPG students with advisors atKausaniUse of Canopy analyzer Microclimatic observations
PI explaining the use of Leafarea meterFoliar spray of secondary andmicronutrientsDrip IrrigationInstallation of drip pipe...
Bush pruning during dormancy Growth after bush pruningAutomatic Weather Station
Crops : Kiwi, Strawberry, Chura, Guava, Mangoand Low chill peach and FloricultureG. B. PANT UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE &G. ...
Office Building HR&EC,JeolikoteJeolikote
Crops : PotatoCrops : PotatoG. B. PANT UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE &G. B. PANT UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE &TECHNOLOGY, VEGETA...
Vegetable Research and Extension Centre, GagarPotato crop at VR&EC, Gagar A general view of VR&EC, Gagar
Crops : Apple, Pear, PlumG. B. PANT UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE &G. B. PANT UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE &TECHNOLOGY, HORTICULT...
AppleApplePearPearApricoatApricoat
GalaxyApple plant showed water scarcityVARIETIES OF APPLEVARIETIES OF APPLE
DIFFERENT VARIETIES OF PEACHDIFFERENT VARIETIES OF PEACH
VARIETIES OF PLUMVARIETIES OF PLUM
Vegetables : Pecan Nut, Almond, Kiwi, Peach, Plum,Olive, Temperate cauliflower, cabbageand carrot, french bean and capsicu...
Office Building of Dr. S.L. Shah,VR&EC, MatelaSeed Production of RadishDr. S.L. Shah, VR&EC, MatelaSeed Production of Fren...
Fruits : Mango, Aonla, Guava, PeachFlowers : Rose, gerbera, carnation, jasmine,gladiolus, tuberose, tagtesG. B. PANT UNIVE...
Dhakrani, Herbertpur, Distt.-Dehradun
Crops : Apple(spur and low chilled cultivars),pear, peach, plum, walnutCrops : Apple(spur and low chilled cultivars),pear,...
Nagau, Chakrata, Distt.-Dehradun
Crops : Pecan Nut, Chest Nut, Peach, PlumG. B. PANT UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE &G. B. PANT UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE &TECHN...
Dunda, Distt.-Uttarkashi
Crops : Litchi, mango and aonlaCrops : Litchi, mango and aonlaG. B. PANT UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE &G. B. PANT UNIVERSITY ...
Kotdwar, Distt.-Pauri
Crops : Guava, mango, low chilled peach, VegetablesG. B. PANT UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE &G. B. PANT UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULT...
OFFICE CUM LABORATORY BUILDINGOFFICE CUM LABORATORY BUILDINGPomegranate Aonla plant
G. B. PANT UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE &G. B. PANT UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE &TECHNOLOGY, HORTICULTURE RESEARCH ANDTECHNOLOG...
Office cum Laboratory Building
CropCrop No of Varieties ReleasedNo of Varieties ReleasedWheatWheat 2020RiceRice 1515MaizeMaize 1212PulsesPulses 2727Oil s...
SEED AND PLANTING MATERIAL PRODUCTIONSl. No.Sl. No. Name of theName of theCentreCentreCategory of Seed (q)Category of Seed...
Sl.Sl.No.No.Name of theName of theCentreCentreSeed Produce (q)Seed Produce (q)Rabi 2005-06Rabi 2005-06 BSBS FSFS CSCS1.1. ...
Apart from the normal research programme of theuniversity, the major thrust is going to be onFUTURE THRUST AREASFUTURE THR...
Contd….Production of fruits and vegetables under organicfarming systemConservation of plant, animal fish and microbialbiod...
Development of better livestock breeds for thehigher milk production in the state.Strengthening of biotechnology unit for ...
MAJOR CONSTRAINTS OF AGRICULTUREMAJOR CONSTRAINTS OF AGRICULTUREIN UTTARANCHAL HILLSIN UTTARANCHAL HILLSSmall and scattere...
• Decline of old apple orchards which have becomeunproductive and uneconomic• Loss of biodiversity of aromatic and medicin...
• Lack of initiative for maintaining improved breedsof animals, non-existent A-I centres, non-availability of drugs and va...
NEW RESEARCHINITIATIVESTechnical SupporttoAgri-Export Zones of Uttaranchal
LITCHI EXPORT ZONELITCHI EXPORT ZONESupply of superior quality of litchi planting material (> 1 lacplants) for area expans...
SULPHITED LITCHIACID TREATED LITCHIROSE SCENTED
Development of human resource.High yielding varieties.Package of practices.Quality seed.Value added products.Monitoring of...
QUALITY BASMATISELECTION FROM DEHRADUN BASMATI
• Based on the performance of IPM activitiesin the University, ICAR is considering toprovide financial help to scale up bi...
 A Mega Seed Project entitled “Seed Production inA Mega Seed Project entitled “Seed Production inAgricultural Crops and F...
 Production of Jatropha seedlings atCRC. Cultivation of 45 ha of Jatropha atthe University Farm, Lohaghat,Majhera and Ka...
RESEARCH PROJECTS UNDER NATIONALHORTICULTURE MISSION (NHM)45 New Research Projects, 24 underMM-I and 21 under MM-II approv...
University research network and programmes 22.07.2006
University research network and programmes 22.07.2006
University research network and programmes 22.07.2006
University research network and programmes 22.07.2006
University research network and programmes 22.07.2006
University research network and programmes 22.07.2006
University research network and programmes 22.07.2006
University research network and programmes 22.07.2006
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  1. 1. WELCOMEWELCOME
  2. 2. RESEARCH NETWORK ANDRESEARCH NETWORK ANDPROGRAMMESPROGRAMMESofofG.B. Pant University of Agriculture &G.B. Pant University of Agriculture &Technology, PantnagarTechnology, Pantnagar
  3. 3. PatwadangarPatwadangar
  4. 4. RESEARCH ORGANIZATIONRESEARCH ORGANIZATIONResearch Advisory CommitteeResearch Advisory CommitteeDirectorExperiment StationVice-ChancellorVice-ChancellorMember Dean, Agriculture Dean, Home Science Dean, Vety. Science Dean, CBSH Dean, CT Dean, CABM Dean, Fisheries Dean, Hill Campus, Ranichauri Dean, VCSG, College of Horticulture,Bharsar Director, Extension Area Directors Programme Coordinators Senior most Head of each College Progressive farmersChairmanMember Secretary
  5. 5. DIRECTORATE OF EXPERIMENT STATIONDIRECTORATE OF EXPERIMENT STATIONDirector Experiment StationAddl. Director ResearchAddl. Director ResearchJt. Director ResearchJt. Director ResearchJt. Director, Vety. Sci. & A.H.Jt. Director, Vety. Sci. & A.H.Jt. Director, EngineeringJt. Director, EngineeringJt. Director Res. Adm. & Mon.Jt. Director Res. Adm. & Mon.Jt. Director Res & Extn,Jt. Director Res & Extn,KumaonKumaonJt. Director Res & Extn,Jt. Director Res & Extn,GarhwalGarhwalProduction EconomistProduction EconomistAdministrative OfficerAdministrative OfficerResearch EditorResearch EditorStatisticianStatisticianComptrollerDy. ComptrollerAccounts OfficerAdministrativeOfficerResearch CentresManagementTechnical &AdministrativeManagementFinance & AdministrativeManagementOn-Campus Off-CampusJt. Director CRCJt. Director, SPCJt. Director, VRCJt. Dir. MRTCJt. Dir, Agro-ForestryJt. Dir., IDFJt. Dir., IPFJt. Dir. MFCAssoc. Dir. HRCAssoc. Dir. MRDCCampusDirector, SRC,KashipurO/Ic, ZARS,MajheraO/Ic Res. StationSui, LohaghatO/Ic RTS Pauri,Garhwal10 HorticultureCentres
  6. 6.  Coordination of all research activities, fundamental andCoordination of all research activities, fundamental andapplied, in the Universityapplied, in the University Developing, budgeting, monitoring, evaluation andDeveloping, budgeting, monitoring, evaluation andprocessing of research projects and programmesprocessing of research projects and programmes Administration, management and monitoring of researchAdministration, management and monitoring of researchcentres located at the headquarters and outside in fourcentres located at the headquarters and outside in fouragro-climatic zones covering 13 districts of Uttaranchalagro-climatic zones covering 13 districts of Uttaranchal Publication of research reports and highlightsPublication of research reports and highlights Processing of research papers for publication inProcessing of research papers for publication innational/international journalsnational/international journals Production of breeder seeds of important crop varietiesProduction of breeder seeds of important crop varietiesEstablished in November 1960Established in November 1960MANDATEMANDATE
  7. 7. Food Grains 994246 1807150Pulses 27647 19049Oil Seeds 23128 17324Fruits 189034 484000Vegetables 202132 702206Spices 5343.25 22930.69Floriculture 193.78 245.99Crops Area (ha) Production(mtons)DIVERSITY OF CROPS GROWN IN THE STATEDIVERSITY OF CROPS GROWN IN THE STATEDIVERSITY OF CROPS GROWN IN THE STATEDIVERSITY OF CROPS GROWN IN THE STATE
  8. 8. FarmingFarmingsituationssituationsAttitudeAttitude(mamsl)(mamsl)Approx.Approx.areaarea(lakh ha)(lakh ha)Principal CropsPrincipal CropsField cropsField crops Fruit CropsFruit Crops1.1. Plains, Tarai,Plains, Tarai,BhabharBhabhar< 600< 600 5.05.0 Rice, wheat,Rice, wheat,sugarcane, rapeseed,sugarcane, rapeseed,soybeansoybeanMango, litchiMango, litchi2.2. Irrigated lowerIrrigated lowerhillshills600-600-120012005.85.8 Rice, wheatRice, wheat Mango, litchi, citrus,Mango, litchi, citrus,aonlaaonla3.3. Rainfed lowerRainfed lowerhillshills600-600-120012003.93.9 Rice, wheat, ragiRice, wheat, ragi Citrus, mangoCitrus, mango4.4. Mid hillsMid hills 1200-1200-1700170029.229.2 Rice, wheat, ragi,Rice, wheat, ragi,potatopotatoPeach, plum, citrus,Peach, plum, citrus,apricot, appleapricot, apple5.5. High hillsHigh hills 1700-1700-250025005.85.8 Amaranth, ragi, potatoAmaranth, ragi, potato Apricot, pear,Apricot, pear,walnutwalnut6.6. Very high hillsVery high hills 2500-2500-350035001.91.9 Amaranth, buckwheat,Amaranth, buckwheat,peas, potatopeas, potatoApple, almond,Apple, almond,apricotapricot7.7. Alpine pasturesAlpine pastures 35003500 1.91.9 Only alpine floraOnly alpine flora --TotalTotal < 600-< 600- 53.553.5 Temperate to sub-Temperate to sub- Temperate to sub-Temperate to sub-FARMING SITUATIONSIN UTTARANCHAL
  9. 9. RESEARCH PROJECTS IN OPERATIONRESEARCH PROJECTS IN OPERATION(1999-onwards)(1999-onwards)243287 297247 254277 2772160501001502002503003501999-20002000-20012001-20022002-20032003-20042004-20052005-20062006-2007YearNumberofResearchProject
  10. 10. Research Project in Operation (277)Research Project in Operation (277)426545125020406080100120140AICRP ICAR HorticultureMissionOthersName of Research ProjectNumberofResearchProject
  11. 11. 5.4616.5932.2636.6249.5957.539.9532.3534.63 34.010102030405060701997-19981998-19991999-20002000-20012001-20022002-20032003-20042004-20052005-20062006-2007YearFinancialOutlayFinancial Out lay of Research ProjectsFinancial Out lay of Research Projects
  12. 12. CROP RESEARCH CENTRECROP RESEARCH CENTRE• Provides research facilities to major field crops and• Provides facilities for field research to the students• Provides field training facilities to the students• Production of Nucleus and Breeder seeds.Established in 1962MANDATE:MANDATE:
  13. 13. VEGETABLEVEGETABLERESEARCHRESEARCHCENTRECENTRE To provide field research facilities to researchersTo provide field research facilities to researchersand students of various disciplines related toand students of various disciplines related tovegetable sciencevegetable science Providing training to students, farmers, extensionProviding training to students, farmers, extensionfunctionaries and other Govt./ Non-Govt.functionaries and other Govt./ Non-Govt.personnelspersonnelsEstablished in 1998Established in 1998AreaArea :: 24 ha24 haMandate:Mandate:
  14. 14. • Production, processing and marketing of nucleusProduction, processing and marketing of nucleusand breeder seeds of major field crops.and breeder seeds of major field crops.• Research on organic farming systemResearch on organic farming system• Organic seed productionOrganic seed productionSEED PRODUCTION CENTRESEED PRODUCTION CENTREEstablished in 1991Established in 1991Area : 105 haArea : 105 ha
  15. 15. HORTICULTURE RESEARCH CENTREHORTICULTURE RESEARCH CENTRE Research on various aspects of fruit production forResearch on various aspects of fruit production forsub-temperate regions.sub-temperate regions. Training on management of nurseries andTraining on management of nurseries andmaintenance of orchards.maintenance of orchards.Established in 1968Established in 1968 AreaArea 176 ha176 haMandate:Mandate:
  16. 16. MEDICINAL RESEARCH ANDMEDICINAL RESEARCH ANDDEVELOPMENT CENTREDEVELOPMENT CENTREMEDICINAL RESEARCH ANDMEDICINAL RESEARCH ANDDEVELOPMENT CENTREDEVELOPMENT CENTRE Establishment of herbal gardenEstablishment of herbal garden Propagation of different medicinal andPropagation of different medicinal andaromatic plantsaromatic plants Training to farmers, Govt. personnel andTraining to farmers, Govt. personnel andextension workersextension workers Training to UG and PG studentsTraining to UG and PG studentsEstablished in 2003Established in 2003Mandate:Mandate:
  17. 17. AGRO-AGRO-FORESTRYFORESTRYRESEARCHRESEARCHCENTRECENTRE Propagation of different trees and bamboo species forPropagation of different trees and bamboo species foragro-forestry.agro-forestry. Collection of various tree and bamboo species forCollection of various tree and bamboo species fordemonstration/growth studies.demonstration/growth studies. Training to farmers, Govt. personnel and extensionTraining to farmers, Govt. personnel and extensionworkers.workers. Training to UG and PG students.Training to UG and PG students.Established in 2003Established in 2003 Area : 36 haArea : 36 haMandate:Mandate:
  18. 18. • Upgraded as Mushroom Research & Training CentreUpgraded as Mushroom Research & Training Centrein 2003 from Mushroom Research Lab (1989).in 2003 from Mushroom Research Lab (1989).• Responsible for research and training on mushroomResponsible for research and training on mushroomcultivation.cultivation.• Providing support for teaching and PG researchProviding support for teaching and PG research• Providing spawn and compost to mushroomProviding spawn and compost to mushroomgrowers of Uttaranchal.growers of Uttaranchal.• Practical training to UG Students underPractical training to UG Students underdiversification of PCP.diversification of PCP.MUSHROOMRESEARCH &TRAININGCENTRE
  19. 19. • Maintenance of germplasm of importantMaintenance of germplasm of importantflowers of the regionflowers of the region• Research and training on floricultureResearch and training on floriculture• Production of seed and multiplication ofProduction of seed and multiplication ofplanting materials of important flowersplanting materials of important flowers• Providing technical support to FloricultureProviding technical support to Floricultureexport zoneexport zoneMODEL FLORICULTURE CENTREMODEL FLORICULTURE CENTREEstablished in 2004Established in 2004 Area : 12 haArea : 12 ha
  20. 20. • Provides research facilities in Animal Breeding,Animal Nutrition, Livestock Production andmanagement aspects of Animal Sciences and fodderproduction• Practical training to students for fodder production,clinical practices, A.I. and pregnancy diagnosisINSTRUCTIONALDAIRY FARMArea 260 haMandate:Mandate:
  21. 21. This centre maintains large number ofPoultry birds for researches ondifferent breeding, feeding andmanagement aspectsINSTRUCTIONALPOULTRY FARMINSTRUCTIONALPOULTRY FARM
  22. 22. • Responsible for giving practical training to the farmers,Responsible for giving practical training to the farmers,Govt. functionaries, extension workers, students etcGovt. functionaries, extension workers, students etc• Research on growth and development of different fishResearch on growth and development of different fish• Commercial fish seed production.Commercial fish seed production.INSTRUCTIONALINSTRUCTIONALFISH FARM ANDFISH FARM ANDFISH SEEDFISH SEEDHATCHERYHATCHERYUpgraded in 1998 from FRTC (1973)Upgraded in 1998 from FRTC (1973) Total area : 16 haTotal area : 16 haMandate:Mandate:
  23. 23. Location : District Tehri - GarhwalArea : Ranichauri – 205 haGaza – 6.5haKanatal – 4.2 haHILL CAMPUS, RANICHAURIHILL CAMPUS, RANICHAURI Research on crops, vegetables, fruits, forestry,animals, agricultural tools and equipment forhill farming systems. Testing and verification of hill technologies. Training to UG and PG students in hillagriculture Research on crops, vegetables, fruits, forestry,animals, agricultural tools and equipment forhill farming systems. Testing and verification of hill technologies. Training to UG and PG students in hillagricultureFocus:Focus:
  24. 24.  To cater research needs of the low hills andTo cater research needs of the low hills andvalleys of Uttaranchal.valleys of Uttaranchal. To focus on vegetables production and organicTo focus on vegetables production and organicagricultureagricultureRESEARCHRESEARCHSTATIONSTATIONMAJHERAMAJHERATransferred to the University in 1971Transferred to the University in 1971 Area 8.2 haArea 8.2 haFocus:Focus:
  25. 25. RESEARCHRESEARCHSTATION SUI-STATION SUI-LOHAGHATLOHAGHATRESEARCHRESEARCHSTATION SUI-STATION SUI-LOHAGHATLOHAGHAT• Collection and evaluation of temperatefruits and vegetables• Trials on vegetables,medicinal & aromaticplantsLocation : District Champawat Area 13 haFocus:Focus:
  26. 26. Medicinal & Aromatic plant Unit Water harvesting PondFloriculture Unit Horticulture Unit
  27. 27. RESEARCH AND TRAINING STATION, PAURIRESEARCH AND TRAINING STATION, PAURI Established in 1973 Area : 0.06 ha Research and evaluation of tools and equipmentfor hill region. Multiplication of improved tools and equipmentat RTS, Pauri workshop. Marketing of tools and equipment for hill farmers. Established in 1973 Area : 0.06 ha Research and evaluation of tools and equipmentfor hill region. Multiplication of improved tools and equipmentat RTS, Pauri workshop. Marketing of tools and equipment for hill farmers.
  28. 28. IMPROVED HILL EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURED AT PAURIDamalaPuddlingwheelCultivatorDanalaRidgerPotato diggerSeed drillNasuda
  29. 29. • Total Technology development for sugarcane basedcropping systems• Training to the farmers and other extension agencies.• Production of sugarcane seed.Transferred to university by Uttaranchal Govt. in 2003 area 209 acresFocus:Focus:SUGARCANERESEARCHCENTREKASHIPUR
  30. 30. Research on production of fruits,vegetables under utilized crops, livestockand organic farming for temperate regions.Training students in hill horticultureTraining farmers, gardeners and extensionworkersResearch on production of fruits,vegetables under utilized crops, livestockand organic farming for temperate regions.Training students in hill horticultureTraining farmers, gardeners and extensionworkersYear of establishment 2001 Area 174.94 haVEER CHANDRA SINGH GARHWALI, COLLEGEVEER CHANDRA SINGH GARHWALI, COLLEGEOF HORTICULTURE, BHARSAR, PAURIOF HORTICULTURE, BHARSAR, PAURI
  31. 31. TEA RESEARCH ACTIVITIES Location : Kausani, Almora Year of start : 2003 Funding : Tea Board, Govt. of Indiaand Govt. of Uttaranchal Location : Kausani, Almora Year of start : 2003 Funding : Tea Board, Govt. of Indiaand Govt. of UttaranchalMain Activities : Development of Agrotechniques. Identification of superior clones. Post-harvest processing. Development of Agrotechniques. Identification of superior clones. Post-harvest processing.
  32. 32. Interdisciplinary Team atKausaniPG students with advisors atKausaniUse of Canopy analyzer Microclimatic observations
  33. 33. PI explaining the use of Leafarea meterFoliar spray of secondary andmicronutrientsDrip IrrigationInstallation of drip pipes in teabushes
  34. 34. Bush pruning during dormancy Growth after bush pruningAutomatic Weather Station
  35. 35. Crops : Kiwi, Strawberry, Chura, Guava, Mangoand Low chill peach and FloricultureG. B. PANT UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE &G. B. PANT UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE &TECHNOLOGY, HORTICULTURE RESEARCHTECHNOLOGY, HORTICULTURE RESEARCHAND EXTENSION CENTRE, JEOLIKOTE,AND EXTENSION CENTRE, JEOLIKOTE,DISTT. - NAINITAL -263 127DISTT. - NAINITAL -263 127G. B. PANT UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE &G. B. PANT UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE &TECHNOLOGY, HORTICULTURE RESEARCHTECHNOLOGY, HORTICULTURE RESEARCHAND EXTENSION CENTRE, JEOLIKOTE,AND EXTENSION CENTRE, JEOLIKOTE,DISTT. - NAINITAL -263 127DISTT. - NAINITAL -263 127Establishment Year 1960Total Area 14 hectareAltitude 900 metre MSLSoil Sandy Loam and loamIrrigation both irrigated as wellas rainfed
  36. 36. Office Building HR&EC,JeolikoteJeolikote
  37. 37. Crops : PotatoCrops : PotatoG. B. PANT UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE &G. B. PANT UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE &TECHNOLOGY, VEGETABLE RESEARCH ANDTECHNOLOGY, VEGETABLE RESEARCH ANDEXTENSION CENTRE, GAGAR,EXTENSION CENTRE, GAGAR,DISTT.-NAINITAL -263137DISTT.-NAINITAL -263137Establishment Year 1992Total Area 15 hectareAltitude 2000 m MSLSoil Sandy loam and loamIrrigation Rainfed
  38. 38. Vegetable Research and Extension Centre, GagarPotato crop at VR&EC, Gagar A general view of VR&EC, Gagar
  39. 39. Crops : Apple, Pear, PlumG. B. PANT UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE &G. B. PANT UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE &TECHNOLOGY, HORTICULTURE RESEARCHTECHNOLOGY, HORTICULTURE RESEARCHAND EXTENSION CENTRE, CHAUBATIA,AND EXTENSION CENTRE, CHAUBATIA,DISTT.- ALMORA-263651DISTT.- ALMORA-263651G. B. PANT UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE &G. B. PANT UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE &TECHNOLOGY, HORTICULTURE RESEARCHTECHNOLOGY, HORTICULTURE RESEARCHAND EXTENSION CENTRE, CHAUBATIA,AND EXTENSION CENTRE, CHAUBATIA,DISTT.- ALMORA-263651DISTT.- ALMORA-263651Establishment year 1932Total Area 107 HectareArea transferred to the Univ. 15 haCultivated land 8.5 haNon-cultivable land 4.5 haForest covered area 2.25Area allotted for research 15 hectareAltitude 1500-2100 m MSLRainfall 100 cmLatitude 29-45’NLongitude 79.400’ESoil Sandy loam to loamIrrigation Rainfed
  40. 40. AppleApplePearPearApricoatApricoat
  41. 41. GalaxyApple plant showed water scarcityVARIETIES OF APPLEVARIETIES OF APPLE
  42. 42. DIFFERENT VARIETIES OF PEACHDIFFERENT VARIETIES OF PEACH
  43. 43. VARIETIES OF PLUMVARIETIES OF PLUM
  44. 44. Vegetables : Pecan Nut, Almond, Kiwi, Peach, Plum,Olive, Temperate cauliflower, cabbageand carrot, french bean and capsicumVegetables : Pecan Nut, Almond, Kiwi, Peach, Plum,Olive, Temperate cauliflower, cabbageand carrot, french bean and capsicumG. B. PANT UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE &G. B. PANT UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE &TECHNOLOGY, DR. SHANKAR LAL SHAH,TECHNOLOGY, DR. SHANKAR LAL SHAH,VEGETABLE RESEARCH AND EXTENSION CENTRE,VEGETABLE RESEARCH AND EXTENSION CENTRE,MATELA, KOSI, DISTT.-ALMORA-263643MATELA, KOSI, DISTT.-ALMORA-263643G. B. PANT UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE &G. B. PANT UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE &TECHNOLOGY, DR. SHANKAR LAL SHAH,TECHNOLOGY, DR. SHANKAR LAL SHAH,VEGETABLE RESEARCH AND EXTENSION CENTRE,VEGETABLE RESEARCH AND EXTENSION CENTRE,MATELA, KOSI, DISTT.-ALMORA-263643MATELA, KOSI, DISTT.-ALMORA-263643Establishment Year 1971Total Area 8 hectareAltitude 1200 m MSLSoil LoamIrrigation Irrigated
  45. 45. Office Building of Dr. S.L. Shah,VR&EC, MatelaSeed Production of RadishDr. S.L. Shah, VR&EC, MatelaSeed Production of FrenchbeanDr. S.L. Shah, VR&EC, MatelaApple Demonstration atDr. S.L. Shah, VR&EC, Matela
  46. 46. Fruits : Mango, Aonla, Guava, PeachFlowers : Rose, gerbera, carnation, jasmine,gladiolus, tuberose, tagtesG. B. PANT UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE &G. B. PANT UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE &TECHNOLOGY, HORTICULTURE RESEARCHTECHNOLOGY, HORTICULTURE RESEARCHAND EXTENSION CENTRE, DHAKRANI,AND EXTENSION CENTRE, DHAKRANI,HERBERTPUR, DISTT.-DEHRADUN-248142HERBERTPUR, DISTT.-DEHRADUN-248142G. B. PANT UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE &G. B. PANT UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE &TECHNOLOGY, HORTICULTURE RESEARCHTECHNOLOGY, HORTICULTURE RESEARCHAND EXTENSION CENTRE, DHAKRANI,AND EXTENSION CENTRE, DHAKRANI,HERBERTPUR, DISTT.-DEHRADUN-248142HERBERTPUR, DISTT.-DEHRADUN-248142Establishment year 1984Total Area 24 hectareAltitude Plain (Bhabhar)Irrigation Irrigated - 14.5 haRest area can also bemade irrigated byinstallation of a tubewell
  47. 47. Dhakrani, Herbertpur, Distt.-Dehradun
  48. 48. Crops : Apple(spur and low chilled cultivars),pear, peach, plum, walnutCrops : Apple(spur and low chilled cultivars),pear, peach, plum, walnutG. B. PANT UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE &G. B. PANT UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE &TECHNOLOGY, HORTICULTURE RESEARCHTECHNOLOGY, HORTICULTURE RESEARCHAND EXTENSION CENTRE, NAGAU,AND EXTENSION CENTRE, NAGAU,CHAKRATA, DISTT.-DEHRADUN-248123CHAKRATA, DISTT.-DEHRADUN-248123G. B. PANT UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE &G. B. PANT UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE &TECHNOLOGY, HORTICULTURE RESEARCHTECHNOLOGY, HORTICULTURE RESEARCHAND EXTENSION CENTRE, NAGAU,AND EXTENSION CENTRE, NAGAU,CHAKRATA, DISTT.-DEHRADUN-248123CHAKRATA, DISTT.-DEHRADUN-248123Establishment year 1959-60Total Area 15.36 hectareAltitude 2100 m MSLSoil Sandy-loam,shallow with gravels
  49. 49. Nagau, Chakrata, Distt.-Dehradun
  50. 50. Crops : Pecan Nut, Chest Nut, Peach, PlumG. B. PANT UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE &G. B. PANT UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE &TECHNOLOGY, HORTICULTURE RESEARCHTECHNOLOGY, HORTICULTURE RESEARCHAND EXTENSION CENTRE, DUNDA,AND EXTENSION CENTRE, DUNDA,DISTT.-UTTARKASHI-249196DISTT.-UTTARKASHI-249196G. B. PANT UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE &G. B. PANT UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE &TECHNOLOGY, HORTICULTURE RESEARCHTECHNOLOGY, HORTICULTURE RESEARCHAND EXTENSION CENTRE, DUNDA,AND EXTENSION CENTRE, DUNDA,DISTT.-UTTARKASHI-249196DISTT.-UTTARKASHI-249196Establishment year 1960Total Area 4.8 hectareAltitude 1200 m MSL (Approx.)Soil Sandy, sandy loam,loam and gravellyIrrigation Rainfed
  51. 51. Dunda, Distt.-Uttarkashi
  52. 52. Crops : Litchi, mango and aonlaCrops : Litchi, mango and aonlaG. B. PANT UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE &G. B. PANT UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE &TECHNOLOGY, HORTICULTURETECHNOLOGY, HORTICULTURERESEARCH SUB-CENTRE, KOTDWAR,RESEARCH SUB-CENTRE, KOTDWAR,DISTT.-PAURI-246149DISTT.-PAURI-246149G. B. PANT UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE &G. B. PANT UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE &TECHNOLOGY, HORTICULTURETECHNOLOGY, HORTICULTURERESEARCH SUB-CENTRE, KOTDWAR,RESEARCH SUB-CENTRE, KOTDWAR,DISTT.-PAURI-246149DISTT.-PAURI-246149Establishment Year 1971Total Area 3 hectareAltitude 450 m MSLSoil Sandy – loamIrrigation Total irrigated by canal
  53. 53. Kotdwar, Distt.-Pauri
  54. 54. Crops : Guava, mango, low chilled peach, VegetablesG. B. PANT UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE &G. B. PANT UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE &TECHNOLOGY, HORTICULTURE RESEARCHTECHNOLOGY, HORTICULTURE RESEARCHAND EXTENSION CENTRE, SRINAGAR,AND EXTENSION CENTRE, SRINAGAR,DISTT.-PAURI-246 174DISTT.-PAURI-246 174G. B. PANT UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE &G. B. PANT UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE &TECHNOLOGY, HORTICULTURE RESEARCHTECHNOLOGY, HORTICULTURE RESEARCHAND EXTENSION CENTRE, SRINAGAR,AND EXTENSION CENTRE, SRINAGAR,DISTT.-PAURI-246 174DISTT.-PAURI-246 174Establishment year 1970Total Area 4.8 hectareAltitude 540 metre above MSLSoil Loam and sandy loamIrrigation Irrigated by sewage water** The irrigation can easily be revived either through lifting water from theholy river AlakhNanda by electric pump or by installation of tube well.
  55. 55. OFFICE CUM LABORATORY BUILDINGOFFICE CUM LABORATORY BUILDINGPomegranate Aonla plant
  56. 56. G. B. PANT UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE &G. B. PANT UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE &TECHNOLOGY, HORTICULTURE RESEARCH ANDTECHNOLOGY, HORTICULTURE RESEARCH ANDEXTENSION CENTRE, GAINA/AINCHOLI,EXTENSION CENTRE, GAINA/AINCHOLI,DISTT.-PITHORAGARH-262501DISTT.-PITHORAGARH-262501G. B. PANT UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE &G. B. PANT UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE &TECHNOLOGY, HORTICULTURE RESEARCH ANDTECHNOLOGY, HORTICULTURE RESEARCH ANDEXTENSION CENTRE, GAINA/AINCHOLI,EXTENSION CENTRE, GAINA/AINCHOLI,DISTT.-PITHORAGARH-262501DISTT.-PITHORAGARH-262501Establishment Year 1971Total Area 17 hectare(2 ha at Aincholi and 15 haat Gaina)Altitude 1500 m MSLSoil Sandy Loam and ShallowIrrigation Rainfed
  57. 57. Office cum Laboratory Building
  58. 58. CropCrop No of Varieties ReleasedNo of Varieties ReleasedWheatWheat 2020RiceRice 1515MaizeMaize 1212PulsesPulses 2727Oil seedsOil seeds 2424Fodder cropsFodder crops 1717Sugar cropsSugar crops 77Underutilized/ unexploitedUnderutilized/ unexploited 1111Fibre cropsFibre crops 33Vegetable & spicesVegetable & spices 3333Fruits cropsFruits crops 2121Tree cropsTree crops 11FlowersFlowers 11SesbaniaSesbania 11TotalTotal 193193LIST OF CROP VARIETIES RELEASED
  59. 59. SEED AND PLANTING MATERIAL PRODUCTIONSl. No.Sl. No. Name of theName of theCentreCentreCategory of Seed (q)Category of Seed (q)Kharif 2005Kharif 2005 BSBS FSFS CSCS1.1. CRCCRC 237.58237.58 237.80237.802.2. SPCSPC 932.23932.23 -- --3.3. Univ. FarmUniv. Farm 361.42361.42 993.52993.52 22365.4722365.474.4. RanichauriRanichauri 25.3225.325.5. MRDCMRDC -- 124.16124.166.6. HRCHRC -- 11.2011.20 175.00175.007.7. AFRCAFRC -- -- 8.258.258.8. VRCVRC 17.4017.40 -- 62.4562.45TotalTotal 1573.951573.95 1366.681366.68 22611.1722611.17Grand TotalGrand Total 25551.8025551.80
  60. 60. Sl.Sl.No.No.Name of theName of theCentreCentreSeed Produce (q)Seed Produce (q)Rabi 2005-06Rabi 2005-06 BSBS FSFS CSCS1.1. CRCCRC 1383.611383.61 170.15170.152.2. SPCSPC 2339.102339.103.3. Univ. FarmUniv. Farm 41345.07 (inclusive of41345.07 (inclusive ofsugarcane, 38,000 q)sugarcane, 38,000 q)17326.8417326.84 12354.2912354.294.4. RanichauriRanichauri 8.708.705.5. MRDCMRDC 90.0090.00 7.447.44 153.63153.636.6. HRCHRC 200.00200.00 -- 271.84271.847.7. AFRCAFRC -- -- --8.8. VRCVRC 243.10243.10 -- 5.005.00TotalTotal 45611.5845611.58 17494.4317494.43 12784.7612784.76Grand TotalGrand Total 75,890.7775,890.77Kharif + RabiKharif + Rabi 47185.5347185.53 18861.1118861.11 35395.9335395.93Grand TotalGrand Total 101442.57101442.57
  61. 61. Apart from the normal research programme of theuniversity, the major thrust is going to be onFUTURE THRUST AREASFUTURE THRUST AREASContd….New varieties of different crops for hill region• Development of package of practices for medicinaland aromatic plants• Development of package and practices for theproduction of organic food• Production of nucleus and breeder seed andplanting material• Development of post harvest technology for thevalue addition• Development of cultivation practices of basmatirice under organic farming system
  62. 62. Contd….Production of fruits and vegetables under organicfarming systemConservation of plant, animal fish and microbialbiodiversityDevelopment of light weight farm machinery for thereduction of drudgery to farm women.Development of watersheds and sprinkler irrigationDevelopment of bio-intensive IPM modules.Development of agroforestry based croppingsystemsDevelopment of floriculture as per the need of thestateFUTURE THRUST AREASFUTURE THRUST AREAS
  63. 63. Development of better livestock breeds for thehigher milk production in the state.Strengthening of biotechnology unit for the over alldevelopment and monitoring of agriculture andlivestocks.Production and testing the efficiency of bio-dieselEvaluation of local breeds of animals anddevelopment of diagnostic kits.Use of local dye yielding plants for colouring offibresPromotion to cold water fisheries.FUTURE THRUST AREASFUTURE THRUST AREAS
  64. 64. MAJOR CONSTRAINTS OF AGRICULTUREMAJOR CONSTRAINTS OF AGRICULTUREIN UTTARANCHAL HILLSIN UTTARANCHAL HILLSSmall and scattered farm holdings which aredifficult to access in many cases.Inadequate supply of improved seed and plantingmaterial.The soil of the sloppy fields are deficient inorganic matter and in micronutrients in severalareas.Lack of knowledge, initiative and use of newvarieties of crops and new technologies ofagricultureLack of awareness about seed and plantingmaterials of vegetable cropsContd…….
  65. 65. • Decline of old apple orchards which have becomeunproductive and uneconomic• Loss of biodiversity of aromatic and medicinalplants and other high value herbs• Lack of processing facilities for fruits andvegetables and plantation crops like tea andcoffee• Unplanned deforestation for wood, fuel and fodderleading to heavy soil erosion and water resources.• Low milk yield of animals due to poor health, lackof nutritious diet and shortage of fodder duringwinter months.Contd…….
  66. 66. • Lack of initiative for maintaining improved breedsof animals, non-existent A-I centres, non-availability of drugs and vaccines for sick animals• Lack of market and processing facilities foranimal products• Lack of improved farm implements and tools• Performance of agricultural operations by ladieswho are already overloaded with other house jobsviz. cooking, cleaning, child care and collection offuel and fodder• Non-existent mandies to sell the agriculturalproduce and prevalence of middlemen in all typesof trade• Lack of credit and banking facilities.
  67. 67. NEW RESEARCHINITIATIVESTechnical SupporttoAgri-Export Zones of Uttaranchal
  68. 68. LITCHI EXPORT ZONELITCHI EXPORT ZONESupply of superior quality of litchi planting material (> 1 lacplants) for area expansion in the State.Quantum jump in productivity of litchi from 1.2mt/ha in 1995-96to 7.00 mt/ha in 2002-2003 as a result of effective transfer ofproduction technology.Quality improvement of the crop - 200%Development of post-harvest technology for increasing shelflife of litchi fruits from 2 days to 25 days (sulphitation and acidtreatment)Master Trainers Training to the officers and other technicalpersonnels of the State Department of Horticulture.Research project on litchi, sponsored by APEDA isprogressing well in the departments of Horticulture and FoodScience and Technology.
  69. 69. SULPHITED LITCHIACID TREATED LITCHIROSE SCENTED
  70. 70. Development of human resource.High yielding varieties.Package of practices.Quality seed.Value added products.Monitoring of pest and diseases.Training and demonstrations.Establishment of agri-clinics.Organic basmati production.BASMATI EXPORT ZONEMajor Activities:
  71. 71. QUALITY BASMATISELECTION FROM DEHRADUN BASMATI
  72. 72. • Based on the performance of IPM activitiesin the University, ICAR is considering toprovide financial help to scale up bio-agentproduction programme.• To address the key issues of IPM for soilborn plant pathogens, a preliminaryproposal has been submitted to Frenchembassy.• Based on the performance of IPM activitiesin the University, ICAR is considering toprovide financial help to scale up bio-agentproduction programme.• To address the key issues of IPM for soilborn plant pathogens, a preliminaryproposal has been submitted to Frenchembassy.PROMOTION TO IPM
  73. 73.  A Mega Seed Project entitled “Seed Production inA Mega Seed Project entitled “Seed Production inAgricultural Crops and Fisheries” has been sanctioned byAgricultural Crops and Fisheries” has been sanctioned byI.C.A.R. for 2005-06-2006-07 of X PlanI.C.A.R. for 2005-06-2006-07 of X Plan An amount of 583.12 lacs has been sanctioned to G.B. PantAn amount of 583.12 lacs has been sanctioned to G.B. PantUniversity of Agriculture & Technology, Pantnagar forUniversity of Agriculture & Technology, Pantnagar forstrengthening seed and planting material productionstrengthening seed and planting material productioninfrastructures of field crops (Rs. 252.20 lacs), horticulturalinfrastructures of field crops (Rs. 252.20 lacs), horticulturalcrops (Rs. 288.80 lacs) and fisheries (Rs. 42.12 lacs)crops (Rs. 288.80 lacs) and fisheries (Rs. 42.12 lacs) The break up of sanctioned amount for infrastructureThe break up of sanctioned amount for infrastructuredevelopment at different centres is as follows:development at different centres is as follows:CRC (Rs. 110.5 lacs), SPC (105.0), VRC (43.0), MRDC (57.5),CRC (Rs. 110.5 lacs), SPC (105.0), VRC (43.0), MRDC (57.5),HRC (29.75), AFRC (45.75), MFRC (11.5), Ranichauri (46.7),HRC (29.75), AFRC (45.75), MFRC (11.5), Ranichauri (46.7),Bharsar (46.3) and Fisheries (42.12)Bharsar (46.3) and Fisheries (42.12) A Mega Seed Project entitled “Seed Production inA Mega Seed Project entitled “Seed Production inAgricultural Crops and Fisheries” has been sanctioned byAgricultural Crops and Fisheries” has been sanctioned byI.C.A.R. for 2005-06-2006-07 of X PlanI.C.A.R. for 2005-06-2006-07 of X Plan An amount of 583.12 lacs has been sanctioned to G.B. PantAn amount of 583.12 lacs has been sanctioned to G.B. PantUniversity of Agriculture & Technology, Pantnagar forUniversity of Agriculture & Technology, Pantnagar forstrengthening seed and planting material productionstrengthening seed and planting material productioninfrastructures of field crops (Rs. 252.20 lacs), horticulturalinfrastructures of field crops (Rs. 252.20 lacs), horticulturalcrops (Rs. 288.80 lacs) and fisheries (Rs. 42.12 lacs)crops (Rs. 288.80 lacs) and fisheries (Rs. 42.12 lacs) The break up of sanctioned amount for infrastructureThe break up of sanctioned amount for infrastructuredevelopment at different centres is as follows:development at different centres is as follows:CRC (Rs. 110.5 lacs), SPC (105.0), VRC (43.0), MRDC (57.5),CRC (Rs. 110.5 lacs), SPC (105.0), VRC (43.0), MRDC (57.5),HRC (29.75), AFRC (45.75), MFRC (11.5), Ranichauri (46.7),HRC (29.75), AFRC (45.75), MFRC (11.5), Ranichauri (46.7),Bharsar (46.3) and Fisheries (42.12)Bharsar (46.3) and Fisheries (42.12)STRENGTHENING SEED PRODUCTION ANDRELATED INFRASTRUCTURE
  74. 74.  Production of Jatropha seedlings atCRC. Cultivation of 45 ha of Jatropha atthe University Farm, Lohaghat,Majhera and Kashipur. Jatropha oil extraction technologyunder development. Production of Jatropha seedlings atCRC. Cultivation of 45 ha of Jatropha atthe University Farm, Lohaghat,Majhera and Kashipur. Jatropha oil extraction technologyunder development.RESEARCH ON ALTERNATIVE FUEL
  75. 75. RESEARCH PROJECTS UNDER NATIONALHORTICULTURE MISSION (NHM)45 New Research Projects, 24 underMM-I and 21 under MM-II approvedunder National Horticulture MissionTotal financial outlay of these projectsis Rs 415.75 lakhsEmphasis on quality seed productionand generation of planting material

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