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  • 1. Grameen SaharaPromoting SRI in the state of AssamSRI Partners’ Meet, RanchiDated: 27th , 28th February & 1st March 2013Mr. Amiya Kumar Das
  • 2. Areas we are working atGoalparaKamrupGrameen Sahara
  • 3. Objectives1. To build awareness among the farmers to adopt SRIprinciples for paddy;2. To multiply yield which in turn would lead to enhanceincome for the small and marginal farmers3. To provide firsthand knowledge about SRI4. To improve Socio-economic status of small and marginalfarmers5. To build awareness of farmers to adopt the same techniquein cultivating other crops.6. To mobilize and influence the government institutions tojoin hands.Grameen Sahara
  • 4. Assam MeghalayaDistrict 2 1Block 10 1Village 41 5Farmers 2401 41Farmers Group 53 7Average area under SRI (Acr./farmer) 0.46 0.26Status Under this Practice of Paddy CultivationGrameen Sahara
  • 5. Sl. No Year No. of farmers Total Targeted(New)% ofachievementOld New1 2008-09 0 77 77 125 61.62 2009-10 48 192 240 265 72.453 2010-11 281 347 628 450 77.14 2011-12 487 395 870 700 54.75 2012-13 652 1468 2101 2000 72.956Total2013-14 - -2442- 2000Outreach of SRIGrameen Sahara
  • 6. Indicators SRI Non SRIAverage no of tillers/hill 50 23Average plant height(ft) 3.5 3Average no of productive tillers/hill 32 12Average length of the panicle(cm) 9 6Average no. of filled grains/panicle 305 142Chaffy grains/panicle 7 15Weight of 1000 grains(test weight)in grams30 27Total grain yield in Kg/Acr. 2460 1620Characters at MaturityGrameen Sahara
  • 7.  Farmers have been introduced with the Compost Manure through E MTechnology. The farmers have been introduced with some HYVs’ of paddy(Kanaklata, Joimoti, etc.) as well some other selected crops.AGRICULTURE INTERVENTIONGrameen Sahara
  • 8.  High risk of flood, low and static yield characterize therice production Heavy rains during May to August cause flooding andaffecting the winter rice is adversely in the process. More often, the flood wave coincides with the maturingand/or harvesting period of summer and Kharif rice inmany areas and wash away valuable output. The performance of the summer rice (boro) has alsobeen uneven due to its high dependency on the inputavailability, especially irrigation.Major ChallengesGrameen Sahara
  • 9. Features of Proposed Project Areas: The areas fall under the lower Brahmaputra ValleyZone: contributes maximum to the total rice area andproduction in the state of Assam . But the productivityof rice is the least in this zone. Climate is sub-tropical Average rainfall is 2169 mm Average number of rainy days is 95 The district experiences floods of moderate to severeduring monsoon. Economy of the district is an agrarian.( Source)Our Next Planning:Promotion SRI Among the Farmers of Four Different Blocks of GoalparaDistrict of AssamGrameen Sahara
  • 10. Lower Brahmaputra Valley Zone of AssamGrameen Sahara
  • 11. Base line indicators:Production of rice per crop per acre is low (About 700-800 Kg)Normally single cropping practice is in existence.Hardly any of the target farmers are aware about SRI; with theimplementation of the project more and more farmers will be skilled toadopt SRI principles.There is no producer or common interest group, and the farmers clubs arealmost dormant. Producers groups will be in existence to take care offarmers needs in future;Increase in production will be an important indicator for the project;Grameen Sahara
  • 12. Sl. No. No. ofDevelopment blockto be coveredNo. of Village to becoveredNo. of farmerstargetedYear-1 4 60 1000Year-2 30 2000Year-3 30 2000Total 4 120 5000Next TargetGrameen Sahara
  • 13. 5,000 small and marginal farmers will be benefited byincreased rice production and shall have increased foodsecurity.Increase in production to at least 1.5 times.Adoption of scientific practice in management of waterSRI principle and practices will be adopted by the farmersin case of other crops as well.There will be demonstration effects in the later part in thesurrounding villages of project areas.Expected outcomesGrameen Sahara
  • 14. Project CoordinatorProject ExecutiveVillage level Extension WorkerTargeted Farmers .Project ManagementGrameen Sahara
  • 15. Awareness on SRIGrameen Sahara
  • 16. Road ShowGrameen Sahara
  • 17. Field Level SupportGrameen Sahara
  • 18. CAPACITY BUILDING TRAINING
  • 19. Compost Manure Using EM TechnologyGrameen Sahara
  • 20. SRI PRINCIPLES IN OTHER CROPS
  • 21. Images from our SRI FieldsGrameen Sahara
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  • 29. This is SRI !Grameen Sahara
  • 30. Thank YouGrameen Sahara