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Presentation for eu ambasador

  1. 1. Brief Introduction on EUFF Project activities at Kailali Coverage : 13 VDCs Beneficiaries: 8469 Duration : Feb, 2010 to June, 2011 European Union Food Facility Nepal
  2. 2. Agro- Input Distribution Name of the VDC Beneficiaries Maize seed (MT), summer , 2010 Vegetable seed (MT), summer , 2010 Rice seed (MT) , summer , 2010 Fertilizers (MT) summer , 2010 Wheat seed, winter , 2010 Winter Vegetable (MT), 2010 Maize seed (MT), summer , 2011 Vegetable seed(MT) summer , 2011 Paddy seed (MT), summer , 2011 DAP Urea Nigali 297 0.891 0.02 2.97 2.673 6.831 3.564 0.045 0.891 0.022 0 Lalbojhi 1657 4.971 0.141 16.57 14.91 38.11 19.88 0.249 0 0.124 16.57 Bhajani 1388 4.164 0.122 13.88 12.49 31.92 16.66 0.208 0 0.104 13.88 Phulbari 253 0.759 0.022 4.2 3.78 9.66 3.036 0.038 0 0.019 2.53 Pandaun 524 1.572 0.045 5.24 4.716 12.05 6.288 0.079 1.572 0.039 0 Khailad 1150 3.45 0.098 11.5 10.35 26.45 13.8 0.173 0 0.086 11.5 Darakh 238 0.714 0.02 2.38 2.142 5.474 2.856 0.036 0 0.018 2.38 Pabera 136 0.408 0.012 1.36 1.224 3.128 1.632 0.02 0 0.01 1.36 Ratanpur 84 0.252 0.007 0.84 0.756 1.932 1.008 0.013 0 0.006 0.84 Mohanyal 595 1.785 0.051 5.35 4.815 12.31 7.14 0.089 1.785 0.045 0 Sahajpur 304 0.912 0.026 1.97 1.773 4.531 3.648 0.046 0.912 0.023 0 Ramsikharjhala 817 2.451 0.069 8.17 7.353 18.79 9.804 0.123 0 0.061 8.17 Pahlmanpur 1026 3.078 0.087 10.26 9.234 23.6 12.31 0.154 0 0.077 10.26 Thapapur 1416 0 0 0 0 0 17 0 0 0 0 Total 8469 25.41 0.719 84.69 76.22 194.8 118.6 1.27 5.16 0.635 67.49
  3. 3. Training components Trained by LRPs Summer, 2010 Winter, 2010 Spring, 2011 Total 105 210 75 390 Training by IP staff Vegetable TPS Cereals   800 168 132 1100 Training Through FFS Spring, 2010 Summer, 2010 Winter, 2010 Spring, 2011 50 150 547 750 1497 Training through Farmers visit to FFS Spring, 2010 Summer, 2010 Winter, 2010 Spring, 2011 60 180 420 0 660 Total 3647
  4. 4. SRI famers field school and SRI practice adopted in the field due to project intervention
  5. 5. System of Wheat Intensification: An initiative for green revolution in western Nepal <ul><li>New concept and practiced of wheat cultivation manipulating soil environment highly favorable for better root and shoot growth using principles of SRI. </li></ul><ul><li>Wide spacing for better light and air utilization. </li></ul><ul><li>High use of compost and Organic matter. </li></ul><ul><li>Quality seed by selecting and treatment with different biotic and biotic agents </li></ul><ul><li>Better soil aeration by weeder </li></ul>
  6. 6. <ul><li>Four farmer's controlled field trial were designed and established at Ramsikharjhala, Lalbojhi and Fulbari. </li></ul><ul><li>Each trial have two treatment 300m 2 for farmer's practices and 300 m 2 for SWI </li></ul><ul><li>Variety: Gautam and Bhirkuti </li></ul><ul><li>Broad casting of seed with recommended dose of fertilizer in farmers practices </li></ul><ul><li>Germinating seed at a distance of 20 cm plant to planted and 20 cm line to line by dibbling methods . </li></ul><ul><li>Gap filling were done by transplanting the wheat seedling after 10 DAS. </li></ul><ul><li>Fertilizer dose 100:50:50 Kg NPK/ha and 10 MT FYM per ha. </li></ul><ul><li>At 20, 40 and 60 DAS irrigation were done and each five days after irrigation weeding were done by SWI weeder machine . </li></ul>System of Wheat Intensification: An initiative for food security in Kailali
  7. 7. Different in conventional and SWI practice observed SN Parameters SWI Conventional 1 Seed requirement 25-30 kg/ha 100-120 Kg/ha 2 Seed treatment Done by with biotic and biotic agents Not necessary 3 Methods of sowing Dibbling in Line , use of seed drill, drum seeder, seed dibbler etc Broad casting 4 Spacing 20 x20 cm No proper spacing 5 Weeding 2-3 weeding by SWI weeders Not done 6 Length of panicle (cm) 18 12 7 No of grain per panicle 60-75 40-50 8 No. of panicle per hill 2-5 53-40 9 TGW (gm) 70-75 45-50 10 Stem, root & leaves Thick stem, long & wide spread root and wide green black leaf Thin stem, short and surface root and narrow and pale green leaf 11 Productivity 6.2- 7.9 Mt/Ha 3.5- 4.5 Mt/ha
  8. 8. Difference in Yield Component in SWI &Conventional
  9. 9. Composting through IMOs: A new techniques enriching soil for sustainable agriculture among the marginal farmers. <ul><li>Features </li></ul><ul><li>Could be made locally by mariginal farmers. </li></ul><ul><li>Requires very short period for composting( 30- 45 days) </li></ul><ul><li>No need to make pit. </li></ul><ul><li>Frequently turning up of composting material is not necessary. </li></ul><ul><li>Quality compost could be prepared in short period of time. </li></ul><ul><li>IMOs also could be used in plant protection operations. </li></ul><ul><li>Have of side effect, residual effect on ecosystem. </li></ul><ul><li>Eight demonstration training were organized to train 96 farmers in hill VDCs. </li></ul><ul><li>Scale up of IMO technology were done among 20 farmers. </li></ul><ul><li>6 demonstration on IMOs were conducted in FFS training. </li></ul><ul><li>A participatory research is ongoing to evaluate the effect of IMOs concentration on composting. </li></ul>Activities to promote IMO technology under EUFFP
  10. 11. <ul><li>Thanks </li></ul>

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