System of rice intensification in manipur, india
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SRI practices in Manipur under RNBA

SRI practices in Manipur under RNBA

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  • 1. RONGMEI NAGA BAPTIST ASSOCIATION, (RNBA) DEVELOPMENT & RELIEF DEPARTMENT MANIPUR PRESENTATION ONSYSTEM OF RICE INTENSIFICATION (SRI) Gaikhangjang Gangmei RNBA/RRC
  • 2. ABOUT THE PROJECT District covered No of farmer and Area (acre)ROMOTIO N OF FOOD SECURITY & 12 Months (March 8 District (7 220 farmer/coveredENSUR ING A SUSTAINABLE 2009 – February District in Manipur 55 acresIMPACT IN 2010) & 1 District in Nagaland state i.e.THE AREA OF POVERTY Peren districtREDUCTIONTHROUGH SYSTEM OF RICEINTENSIFICA TION (SRI)(Pilot Phase)Project budget Rs: 9,17,000.00Main Phase I 12 Months 8 District of 1970 (April 2010- M arch Manipur farmer/covered 2011) 1970 acresProject budget Rs: 43,35,400.00Main Phase II 12 Months 9 District of 4605 farmer/to be (April 2011- March Manipur covered 3800 acres 2012)Project budget Rs: 44,01,300.00Supported by SIR DORABJI TATA TRUST (SDTT), Mumbai
  • 3. Project implementing partners & operational areaName of organisation Operational area1 . Evangelical Assembly Church (EAC) Churachandpur2. Peoples’ Endeavour for Social Change (PESCH) Jeribam3. Plain And Hill Development Organisation (PHDO) Churachandpur4. People’s Resource Development Association (PRDA) Bishnupur5. Association For Rural Development & Women Empowerment(ARDWE) Bishnupur6. Action of Women in Development (AWID) Ukhrul7. Weaker Section Development Council (WSDC) Chandel8. Yeomen Extension Services (YES) Senapati9. Development Agency for Tribal People (DATP) Tamenglong10. Rongmei Naga Baptist Association (RNBA) Tamenglong11. RURAL EDUCATION AND ACTION FOR CHANGE, MANIPUR (REACH-M) Chandel12.Integrated Rural Managment Asscociation (IRMA) Senapati
  • 4. Contd.13. Rongmei Christian Developemt Socciey (RCDS) Bishnupur14. Maniour North Economic Development Association (MANEDA) SenapatiAll Total 9 District
  • 5. Achievement of SRIName of organisation Target Beneficiary acre to be Farmer Area Achievement covered Achievement in Acre1 . EVANGELICAL ASSEMBLY CHURCH (EAC) 300 300 310 5472. PEOPLES’ ENDEAVOUR FOR SOCIAL CHANGE 400 400 322 151.5(PESCH)3. PLAIN AND HILL DEVELOPEMENT ORGANISATION 500 500 555 1140.7(PHDO)4. PEOPLE’S RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT 700 700 600 601ASSOCIATION (PRDA)5. ASSOCIATION FOR RURAL DEVELOPMENT & 300 300 301 360.5WOMEN EMPOWERMENT(ARDWE)6. ACTION OF WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT (AWID) 280 90 280 153.27. WEAKER SECTION DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL 180 150 127 127(WSDC)8. YEOMEN EXTENSION SERVICES (YES) 350 350 350 3499. DEVELOPMENT AGENCY FOR TRIBAL PEOPLE 140 70 140 141(DATP)10. RONGMEI NAGA BAPTIST ASSOCIATION (RNBA) 500 250 300 25011. RURAL EDUCATION AND ACTION FOR CHANGE, 352 175 343 344MANIPUR (REACH-M)12.INTEGRATED RURAL MANAGMENT 200 200 185 61.75ASSCOCIATION (IRMA)
  • 6. Contd.13. RONGMEI CHRISTIAN DEVELOPEMT 200 200 204 196.4SOCCIEY (RCDS)14. MANIOUR NORTH ECONOMIC 233 115 126 97DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION (MANEDA)All Total 4605 3800 4142 4520 -462 +720
  • 7. Average yield data as per the MIS Average Average no Average Average no Average no Crop cutting Conversion no of of length of of fill grain in of chaffy yield in 25 of Q/acre tiller/hill productive Panicle (cm) panicle grain in m.sq tiller/hill Panicle (5x5=25) (Kg) 38.5 33.8 18.5 240 24 20.6 32.96
  • 8. Achievement in FARMER and AREA in three years
  • 9. Strategies adopted Program activity RRC Level • -Planning and strategic workshop • -State level Workshop/Symposium • -Training & Workshop for coordinator and SRI promoter (SP) • -Input supply (Weeder) • Regular monitoring and field visit • Booklet on SRI in Local dialects PIOs level • Selection of SRI coordinator • Selection of SRI village • Selection of SRI Promoter in village level • Training for SRI farmers • District level SRI Symposium • Awareness campaign
  • 10. Constraints • Timely release of fund is our concern • Bandh, strike, hike in fuel price are directly or indirectly contributing hindrance to farmers in implementation of project • Shortage of weeders for farmers • Government cooperation is essential to scale up SRI activities • Low-cost irrigational structures in the valley • Most of the paddy fields are rain fed & traditional DBI • Slow acceptance of SRI by hill farmers
  • 11. Impact o 4142 ben. = 4520 acres directly benefited in term of food enhancement at household level o Increasing productivity and involving more farmers in SRI & modernization of rice cultivation o Creating more aware on appropriate eco-friendly agriculture among the farmers especially hill farmers. o partners are more realistic and scientific in terms of data presentation o Creation of SPs in village levels to sustain the extension of SRI in villages and for other farmers o Enhance agriculture extension work with state Government, NABARD, KVK/ICAR o Cooperation from Agril.Dept o Providing weeder in subsidy from Agriculture Department. o Govt. sanctioned 10 lakhs after having the RNBA/partners initiatives of SRI
  • 12. Overall Assessment• The upland and rain fed areas need to be focussed to avoid any discouragement when taking up the system.• Shortage of weeder machine has caused hurdles for interested SRI farmers.• Concern authority/departments can play major role in scaling up SRI.• Hill districts farmers are slow in adapting SRI• Majority rice cultivators are facing different pest attacks.
  • 13. Field Photos