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Farmer corporate presentation

  1. 1. F OUNDATION for A GRICULTURAL R ESOURCES M ANAGEMENT and E NVIRONMENTAL R EMEDIATIONwww.farmer.org.in PRESENTER : JAGPAL SINGH, SECRETARY, FARMER
  2. 2. INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT Indian Agriculture Research National Centre of Organic Institute (IARI), New Delhi Farming (NCOF), Ghaziabad Central Integrated Pest Krishi Vigyan Kendra Management Centre (CIPMC), (KVK), Ghaziabad Faridabad www.farmer.org.in
  3. 3. BACKGROUNDFARMER was established in 2002 by the likeminded scientists and persons having aptitude ofsocial service,Agriculture Extension and Research with focus onsugarcane crop and productionsFirstly started in three divisions of Meerut,Moradabad, Saharanpur, comprising of 11 districtsof western UP. Sugarcane is a major crop of thisregion sown on an area of 10.96 lakh hectares out FARMER has a goal toof total cropped area of 24.5 lakh hectares. become self sustainable by providing at costThe percentage of area under sugarcane in research services todifferent districts varies from 20-72%. There are Sugar Industries andmore than 40 Sugar Mills in this area which can Registered Farmers withbenefit from the studies conducted by FARMER the FARMER www.farmer.org.in
  4. 4. WHY FARMER ? TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT – Identification and adoption of appropriate technology1 in crop production. Farm and Crop Management – Selection of appropriate crops and crop rotation as per2 soil quality and agro climatic conditions. Input Management – On farm production of quality agri. Inputs and sourcing of inputs3 from market at affordable cost by farmers. Nutrient Management – Balanced and timely use of major and micro nutrients through4 application of appropriate quantity of manures, fertilizers and formulations. Pest Management – Judicious use of pesticides and adoption of other plant protection5 measures by Intergraded Pest Management approach. Storage & Processing Management – Proper scientific storage facilities and value6 addition by processing of agri. Produce. Marketing Linkage – Direct marketing linkage with the consumers through Kisaan7 Outlets in cities and home delivery by Basket Delivery System. www.farmer.org.in
  5. 5. FARMER STATEMENTS VISION To attain rural prosperity through research initiatives for development of self sustainable economic model involving the participation of all stake holders without compromising on human-nature equation MISSION CONDUCT RESEARCH on impact of environmental changes, biotic and a1 biotic stress, change of agronomic & plant protection practices, use of quality agri. inputs, bio-agents and bio-stimulants on crop health and production.2 PROMOTE APPLIED RESEARCH on diversified agriculture QUALITY CONTROL of agri. inputs & soil, IPM, INM blending of traditional & new3 technological research4 ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOMENT amongst rural youth and women5 PRODUCTIVITY INCREASE To improve soil health, crop productivity6 INCREASE FARMERS INCOME by promotion of on farm organic agri. inputs production, processing of agri. produce for value addition www.farmer.org.in
  6. 6. FARMER ORGANIZATION CHART H B Head Office, New Delhi Branch Office , Ghaziabad Dr. Shayam Singh, President Mr. Jagpal Singh, Secretary Mr. Sanjeev Kumar, Adviser, CSRB B B Advisory Service Centre Quality Testing, R&D Lab. Training Centre Ms. Pooja Chaudhary, I/C Mr. Jagpal Singh, Secretary Mr. Sunil Kumar, F.A.B B B Microbiological B B Soil Testing Unit Insectory Unit EPN Field Unit Mr. Vipin Ms. Bhawna Mr. Ms. Swati Mr. Sumit Pratap Bharduai,Researcher Chauhan,Researcher Riazuddin, Research Chaudhary, Researc Singh, Researcher  Estimation of  Rearing of er her  Field Trial, Survey pH, EC, N, P, K Galleria  Quality Testing  EPN Preservation  Insect  Multiplication of & Multiplication Identification Bio Fert. & Bio-Pest
  7. 7. STRATEGIC INITIATIVES CONDUCT RESEARCH Conducting research study for identifying keyfactors affecting soil fertility, crop production, farmers’ income, employmentopportunities to rural population and environmental impact. TAILOR MADE RESEARCH SOLUTIONS Identifying, blending andproviding tailor made appropriate research solutions for application toFarmers, Sugar industries and other Stake holders. TRAINING & AWARENESS Conducting training, awareness anddemonstration programmes on efficacy of new research by FARMER and incollaboration with linkage Scientific Institutions. ADVISORY & QUALITY TESTING Providing Advisory Service and QualityTesting Services of Agri. Inputs and Soil to Farmers, Sugar Industries and otherStake Holders www.farmer.org.in
  8. 8. GOVERNING BODY# Name Profession/ Designation with complete official address1 Dr. Shyam Singh Scientists Former Principal Scientist, ICAR- President, FARMER Former Assistant Director (Entomology) Dte. of PPQ&S2 Mr. Jagpal Singh Scientists Secretary, FARMER3 Mr. Karamveer Singh Civil Engineer Executive Engineer, CPWD-Vice President, FARMER Former Assistant General Manager, Oriental Bank of4 Mr. Mahipal Singh Pawar Finance & Scientist Commerce -Member, FARMER5 Mr. Rajender Sharma Consultant (Infra) Social Activist, Ghaziabad - Member, FARMER6 Mr. Tarkeshwar Sharma Consultant (Infra) Social Activist, New Delhi - Member, FARMER Chairman Noida Commercial Co-operative Bank,7 Mr. Karanpal Singh Finance Ghaziabad - Member, FARMER Leading Progressive Farmer, in Organic Cultivation,8 Mr. Bharat Bhushan Tyagi Farming Bulandshahar-Member, FARMER Chairman, RP Alloys Group of Industries, Ghaziabad,9 Mr. Virender Kumar Babbar Industrialists Member FARMER10 Mr. Sanjeev Kumar Consultant (MSW) Advisor CSR - Member, FARMER Management Management (Process & Strategies ) – New Delhi,11 Mr. Vibhanshu Sharma Consultant Member, FARMER www.farmer.org.in
  9. 9. SCIENTIFIC ADVISORY COMMITTEE# Name Profession Designation with complete official address Dr. T.P. Rajendran Assistant Director General (Plant Protection), ICAR, Krishi Bhawan, New Delhi1 Scientist Chairman Former Plant Protection Adviser to the Govt. of India and Consultant to the Dr. P.S.Chandurkar2 Scientist Ministry of Agriculture, Govt. of India Co-Chairman Mr. Jagpal Singh Former Assistant Director, Dte. of Plant Protection Quarantine & Storage and Secretary,3 Scientist Member Secretary FARMER MEMBERS4 Dr. V.Kumar Scientist Former Director IFFCO5 Dr. V.V Ramamurthy Scientist Principal Scientist, Division of Entomology, IARI, New Delhi Dr. Uma Rao6 Scientist Principal Scientists, Div. of Nematology, IARI7 Dr. K. Annapurna Scientist Principal Scientist, Division of Microbiology, IARI, New Delhi8 Dr. A.K. Yadav Scientist Former Director National Center of Organic Farming, Min. of Agri. Govt of India Joint Director(Entomology), Directorate of Plant Protection, Quarantine and Storage,9 Dr. J.P. Singh Scientist Faridabad10 Dr. Mayank Rai Scientist Programme Coordinator KVK Ghaziabad Shri M.A. Ansari Former Deputy Director (Entomology), Directorate of Plant Protection, Quarantine and11 Scientist Storage, Faridabad www.farmer.org.in
  10. 10. CORE ACTIVITIES B TRAINING & AWARENESS PROGRAMMESA C RESEARCH & DEMONSTRATIONDEVELOPMENT & TEACHING D LAB TESTING of QUALITY PARAMETERS of AGRICULTURAL INPUTS and SOIL www.farmer.org.in
  11. 11. 1 LABORATORYINFRASTRUCTURE DETAILSTemperature Control Chambers Insectorey-1 & 2, EPN Preservation Unit Equipped with Spectrophotometer, Flame Photometer, pH Meter, EC Meter, Centrifuge, Shaker, Kjheldal Unit,Soil Testing Laboratory Digestion Unit, Muffle Furnish, Distillation Unit with four working platform. Laminar Flow Chamber , BOD Incubator (7), Fridge (2),Microbiology Laboratory Serological bath, Autoclave, Oven, Microwave, Microscope (3), Colony Counter.Common Working Platform www.farmer.org.in
  12. 12. 2 SERVICE CENTREINFRASTRUCTURE DETAILSAudio Visual Aids Projector with Laptop and DesktopSitting Capacity Well equipped Training room with 50 head capacityTraining Material Literature Booklets  Agriculture inputs soil IPM management techniques  Soil testing and crop nutrients management recommendations  White grub life cycle and integrated management  Distribution of white grub species, crops affected and their control management Leaflets  White grub management  Soil testing facility for farmers www.farmer.org.in
  13. 13. PROJECTS / PROGRAMSSUCCESSFULLY IMPLEMENTED PROJECTS IN PROGRESSAppropriate Biotechnologies 1 Appropriate BiotechnologiesCommunication and Diffusion Communication and Diffusion (ABCD)(ABCD) with special reference to with special reference to biologicalbiological agents (bio fertilizers & agents (bio fertilizers & bio-pesticides)bio-pesticides) for Rural for Rural Development – Phase IIDevelopment – Phase I Funded by Department of BiotechnologyFunded by (DBT), Govt. of IndiaDepartment of Biotechnology 2 Demonstration of effective and(DBT), Govt. of India affordable biological agents (Entomopathogenic nematodes and other bio-agents) for the management of white grub menace on sugarcane crop in western UP Funded by Department of Science & Technology (DST), Govt. of India www.farmer.org.in
  14. 14. AWARENESS PROGRAMS www.farmer.org.in
  15. 15. TRAINING PROGRAMS www.farmer.org.in
  16. 16. LABORATORY VIEW Insectory Unit & EPNSoil Testing Unit Microbiology Unit Preservation Unit www.farmer.org.in
  17. 17. MARKETING LINKAGE PRODUCTION OF AGRI INPUT & PROCESSING UNITS - MILK, ORGANIC INPUT & AGRICULTURE CREATION OF LOGISTICS & PRODUCE PRODUCE TRANSPORT FACILITIES FOR DELIVERY TO CITY OUTLET MARKETING LINKAGE OF ORGANIC AGRICULTURE PRODUCECERTIFYING & INTERFACE AGENCIES KISAAN SALE OUTLETS IN CITIES FARMERS PRODUCING CONSUMER CLUBS - ORGANIC PRODUCE BASKET DELIVERY SYSTEM FOR ORGANIZATION (FPO) HOME DELIVERY www.farmer.org.in
  18. 18. MAJOR EVENTS ORGANISED NATIONAL SEMINAR - 1 Organized National Seminar on Management of White Grub on Sugarcane & other Crops held at Modi Nagar, Ghaziabad, in February,2009 Attended by about 100 Scientists Stake holders from ICAR, SAUs, Central & State Dept. Of Agriculture, Sugar Mills. www.farmer.org.in
  19. 19. MAJOR EVENTS ORGANISED NATIONAL SEMINAR - 2 Organized National Seminars on “Quality Control of Agriculture Inputs-Role of advanced technologies and appropriate legal framework”, in November, 2010 at Dr. B.P. Pal Auditorium, IRAI, Pusa Campus, New Delhi. Attended by 300 Scientists & Farmers www.farmer.org.in
  20. 20. ACHIEVEMENTS1 REARING OF GALLERIA AT FARMER LABORATORY Adult Mating Egg Laying Pupa Larvae www.farmer.org.in
  21. 21. ACHIEVEMENTS2 MASS MULTIPLICATION OF EPN IN FARMER LABORATORY EPN Infected Galleria Larvae Galleria Cadaver Cadaver on White TrapPreservation of EPN in BOD & EPN Emergence Collection of EPN www.farmer.org.in
  22. 22. ACHIEVEMENTS3 LABORATORY BIOASSAY WITH HETERORHABDITIS INDICA Filter Paper Soil Drench Collaboration LD50 26.3 IJ/grub 41.2 IJ/grub Division of Nematology LT50 24.3 h 32.3 h IARI, New Delhi Life cycle 9-10 daysFilter Paper Bioassay Infected Grubs Infected Pupa Soil Drench Bioassay www.farmer.org.in
  23. 23. ACHIEVEMENTS4 FIRST PRELIMINARY PILOT FIELD TRIAL 2008Collaboration Division of Nematology, IARI, New Delhi, Modi Sugar MillLocation Village Issapur, Block Bhojpur, GhaziabadTarget Pest White grubs infesting sugarcaneIncidence 3-5 grubs/sugarcane bunch www.farmer.org.in
  24. 24. ACHIEVEMENTS5 APPLICATION DOSAGES AND OBSERVATION OF PILOT FIELD TRIAL-2008Treatments H.indica @2.5x106/plot, Chlorpyriphos + H.indica @ 20ml+2.5x106/plot 180 160 85 85 140 80 C 120 +Hi 100 % Mortality 80 50 70 70 60 55 40 35 20 0 10 30 60 90 Days www.farmer.org.in
  25. 25. FINDINGS6 SECOND PILOT FIELD TRIAL IN SIMBHAOWLI- 2010Collaboration Division of Nematology, IARI, New Delhi Simbhaoli Sugar MillLocation Village Hasupur, Block Simbhaoli, GhaziabadIncidence 24 grubs/m2 68.5 70 55.6 60 50 40 27.6 %mortality 30 20 10 0 august september october www.farmer.org.in
  26. 26. SAMPLES7 DEAD GRUBS COLLECTED AT VARIOUS SAMPLING PERIODS August 2010 September 2010 October 2010 www.farmer.org.in
  27. 27. FINDINGS 8 RECOVERY OF H. INDICA PROGENY FROM WHITE GRUB CADAVERSAugust 2010 September 2010 October 2010 1,44,126 150,000 79,629 100,000 46,279 Infective juveniles/grub 50,000 (average of 20 replicates) 0 August September october www.farmer.org.in
  28. 28. FINDINGS9 VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL MIGRATION OF H. INDICA IJ FROM THE SITE OF INOCULATION IN 60 DAYS 45 45 40 35 30 30 25 15 15 20 15 10 5 Cm 0 horizontal vertical horizontal vertical August September www.farmer.org.in
  29. 29. FINDINGS10 FINDINGS OF SOIL & SEED ANALYSIS REPORTS Soil Testing Seed Testing www.farmer.org.in
  30. 30. FINDINGS11 FINDINGS OF BIO-AGENTS ANALYSIS REPORTS Bio-fertilizers - 43% Standard, 57% Below Standard Bio-Pesticides - 32% Standard, 68% Below Standard www.farmer.org.in
  31. 31. DEMONSTRATIONS DIFFERENT METHODS OF FIELD APPLICATION OF EPN www.farmer.org.in
  32. 32. What’s Your Message? THANK YOU Because FARMER Deserves Better www.farmer.org.in

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