2ND GLOBAL AGRI-BUSINESS INCUBATION CONFERENCE                    Feb 6-8,2012OPPURTUNITES FOR YOUTH IN AGRICULTURE -     ...
OPPURTUNITES FORYOUTH IN AGRICULTURE -    - KVK Pathanamthitta       Experiences
GREENING THE RICE FALLOWS WITH GREENFORCE
RICE CULTIVATION- STATUS   Scarcity and high cost of labour                                                              ...
CARD-KRISHI VIGYAN KENDRA, PATHANAMTHITTA DISTRICT
MECHANIZATION : Training Glimpses
CARD-KRISHI VIGYAN KENDRA, PATHANAMTHITTA DISTRICT
CARD-KRISHI VIGYAN KENDRA, PATHANAMTHITTA DISTRICT
CARD-KRISHI VIGYAN KENDRA, PATHANAMTHITTA DISTRICT
CARD-KRISHI VIGYAN KENDRA, PATHANAMTHITTA DISTRICT
CARD-KRISHI VIGYAN KENDRA, PATHANAMTHITTA DISTRICT
SPREAD OF ICM TECHNOLOGY
PROCESSING AND VALUE ADDITION     - UNDER UTILIZED FRUITS
PROCESSING AND VALUE ADDITION       - UNDER UTILIZED FRUITS Absence of unique -locally adoptable     processing & preserv...
TRANSFORMING JACK “THE MOST WASTE FRUIT “    TO MONEY SPINNING “WONDER FRUIT”                              District area: ...
KVK INTERVENTIONS    Trainings, Technical Presentation, Exhibition & Interactive meets  NHM-NABARD funded state level work...
Increasing                       shelf life by                      cost-effective                       processingTechnol...
REFINED TRADITIONAL PRODUCTS   PROMOTING ITK
Net Income - 750/-Item             QuantitySquash   21.5 bottlesJam      24.2 bottlesSip-up   1130 Nos.Bi- pro - Vermi com...
AGRO-PROCESSING AND VALUE ADDITION : TRAINING GLIMPSES                            IGNOU-SSC                               ...
GMP STANDARDS: ENSURING FOOD SAFETY AND QUALITY
SIMPLE -      PACKAGING & LABELING MODELS   “ SWASRAYA THANIMA” Brand name for SHG Product      Mandatory labels for pro...
AGRO-PROCESSING HUB- FPO    licence - A 629    GOK-Project                  IGNOU- PROGRAMME ON VALUE ADDTION
Facilities available for stakeholders/Agripreneurs•GMP based technology support for under utilized fruits•Demonstrations i...
ADDING VALUE TO PROCESSED FRUITS AND             VEGETABLESCost effective processing equipments-It augment production
17 SSI units of   AGRO PRODUCTS DISPLAY CENTRE (APDC) KVK havingmore than 40                          – A MODEL FOR MARKET...
MAJOR OUTCOME                Change in Economic status                   Monthly Income Before (Rs. )                   Mo...
HATCHING EGGRIPRENEURS THROUGH   POULTRY FARMING
STATUSDesi varieties                                  Improved varities3,85,095 nos.                                    2,...
Production and distribution -6000 nos.                              CaveriAdding 12 lakh eggs/year in the            distr...
BRIDGING THE GAP
IMPACT (2006- 2010)    Contribution to District HYV Poultry Population          Satellite Egger Nursery units             ...
REVITALIZING EFFORTS…..                               RKVY                              PROJECT•ANIMAL HEALTH CARE FECILIT...
CARD-KRISHI VIGYAN KENDRA, PATHANAMTHITTA DISTRICT
Empowering our farmers to earn ….more.. …………………….            NABARD         FUNDED PROJECT         Poultry HUB at KVKPromo...
AUGMENTING LIVELIHOOD SECURITY THROUGH       MUSHROOM PRODUCTION
MUSHROOM CULTIVATION
CARD-KRISHI VIGYAN KENDRA, PATHANAMTHITTA DISTRICT
Ensuring sustainable production and availability of mushrooms…                                    Master                  ...
ADDING VALUE TO BANANA WASTE THROUGH          VERMI COMPOSTING
Planting Operations           1666pits             /ha
HIGH DENSITY PLANTING IN BANANA                            33%more Pitting cost                             17.5Kg /pit   ...
CONVERTING BANANA WASTE TO COMPOST ….     Area of cultivation: 4786 Ha  Quantity of waste produced:95694 tAct as breeding...
KVK INTERVENTIONS                                                               Establishment of vermi                    ...
MALAYALAPPUZHA RUBBER PRODUCERS SOCIETY                (MPRS)
QUANTITY OF BANANA PSEUDO STEM WASTE CONVERTED- 18300 TONES                            VERMI COMPOST PRODUCED- 6039 TONES ...
Enhancing skill based. rural entrepreneurship in paddy farming and poultry business
Enhancing skill based. rural entrepreneurship in paddy farming and poultry business
Enhancing skill based. rural entrepreneurship in paddy farming and poultry business
Enhancing skill based. rural entrepreneurship in paddy farming and poultry business
Enhancing skill based. rural entrepreneurship in paddy farming and poultry business
Enhancing skill based. rural entrepreneurship in paddy farming and poultry business
Enhancing skill based. rural entrepreneurship in paddy farming and poultry business
Enhancing skill based. rural entrepreneurship in paddy farming and poultry business
Enhancing skill based. rural entrepreneurship in paddy farming and poultry business
Enhancing skill based. rural entrepreneurship in paddy farming and poultry business
Enhancing skill based. rural entrepreneurship in paddy farming and poultry business
Enhancing skill based. rural entrepreneurship in paddy farming and poultry business
Enhancing skill based. rural entrepreneurship in paddy farming and poultry business
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  1. 1. 2ND GLOBAL AGRI-BUSINESS INCUBATION CONFERENCE Feb 6-8,2012OPPURTUNITES FOR YOUTH IN AGRICULTURE - - KVK PATHANAMTHITTA EXPERIENCES Dr. C.P Robert Programme Coordinator
  2. 2. OPPURTUNITES FORYOUTH IN AGRICULTURE - - KVK Pathanamthitta Experiences
  3. 3. GREENING THE RICE FALLOWS WITH GREENFORCE
  4. 4. RICE CULTIVATION- STATUS Scarcity and high cost of labour N High cost of production O Low yield and low price N Low water availability during Summer Improper drainage systems R High Incidence of Pest and diseases E Heavy weed growth – Permanent Fallows M U N E Year Area (ha.) Decrease R (%) A 1992-93 12892 T 2007-08 2001 I 84 V Source: Agricultural Statistics 2007-08 (GoK) E
  5. 5. CARD-KRISHI VIGYAN KENDRA, PATHANAMTHITTA DISTRICT
  6. 6. MECHANIZATION : Training Glimpses
  7. 7. CARD-KRISHI VIGYAN KENDRA, PATHANAMTHITTA DISTRICT
  8. 8. CARD-KRISHI VIGYAN KENDRA, PATHANAMTHITTA DISTRICT
  9. 9. CARD-KRISHI VIGYAN KENDRA, PATHANAMTHITTA DISTRICT
  10. 10. CARD-KRISHI VIGYAN KENDRA, PATHANAMTHITTA DISTRICT
  11. 11. CARD-KRISHI VIGYAN KENDRA, PATHANAMTHITTA DISTRICT
  12. 12. SPREAD OF ICM TECHNOLOGY
  13. 13. PROCESSING AND VALUE ADDITION - UNDER UTILIZED FRUITS
  14. 14. PROCESSING AND VALUE ADDITION - UNDER UTILIZED FRUITS Absence of unique -locally adoptable processing & preservation technologies Inaccessibility of quality production, packaging and labeling techniquesAbsence of organized market channel
  15. 15. TRANSFORMING JACK “THE MOST WASTE FRUIT “ TO MONEY SPINNING “WONDER FRUIT” District area: 2359 ha -16 million fruits Varieties- Koozha: (Bulbs are fibrous, soft textured and highly perishable, less consumer acceptance) Varikka: ( Bulbs are less fibrous and firm textured. Larger consumer acceptance as fresh fruit) Post Harvest Status REMAINS UNDER UTILIZED AND MOSTLY WASTED
  16. 16. KVK INTERVENTIONS Trainings, Technical Presentation, Exhibition & Interactive meets NHM-NABARD funded state level workshop: PANASAM’ 09 May 2009
  17. 17. Increasing shelf life by cost-effective processingTechnology products
  18. 18. REFINED TRADITIONAL PRODUCTS PROMOTING ITK
  19. 19. Net Income - 750/-Item QuantitySquash 21.5 bottlesJam 24.2 bottlesSip-up 1130 Nos.Bi- pro - Vermi compost -.5kgducts Dried seed -.5kg Wine -2.5lit.
  20. 20. AGRO-PROCESSING AND VALUE ADDITION : TRAINING GLIMPSES IGNOU-SSC NHM KVK
  21. 21. GMP STANDARDS: ENSURING FOOD SAFETY AND QUALITY
  22. 22. SIMPLE - PACKAGING & LABELING MODELS “ SWASRAYA THANIMA” Brand name for SHG Product Mandatory labels for products
  23. 23. AGRO-PROCESSING HUB- FPO licence - A 629 GOK-Project IGNOU- PROGRAMME ON VALUE ADDTION
  24. 24. Facilities available for stakeholders/Agripreneurs•GMP based technology support for under utilized fruits•Demonstrations in agro processing,• packaging and labeling models•EDP’s in setting up of fruit processing units•Advisory services
  25. 25. ADDING VALUE TO PROCESSED FRUITS AND VEGETABLESCost effective processing equipments-It augment production
  26. 26. 17 SSI units of AGRO PRODUCTS DISPLAY CENTRE (APDC) KVK havingmore than 40 – A MODEL FOR MARKETING AGRIPRENEURS PRODUCTS products
  27. 27. MAJOR OUTCOME Change in Economic status Monthly Income Before (Rs. ) Monthly Income After (Rs.) 9750 5000 5000 5000 4750 0
  28. 28. HATCHING EGGRIPRENEURS THROUGH POULTRY FARMING
  29. 29. STATUSDesi varieties Improved varities3,85,095 nos. 2,30,730 nos. Total poultry Population Problem- Cause 6,15,825 Total Unavailability of Day Old Egg Production chicks 6.78 crore Requirement 180 eggs/ Low egg No Less number of person/year production hatchery in Egger Availability in the district the district nurseries 92 eggs/head/year Low availability of improved variety of chicks
  30. 30. Production and distribution -6000 nos. CaveriAdding 12 lakh eggs/year in the district Grama Priya Contributes Rs.36 lakhs/year Grama Sree Kalinga Brown • Low egg production -80 to Grama Laxmi 100 eggs Desi • Good resistance against diseases • High egg production -180- 220 eggs Improved • Better weight gain varities
  31. 31. BRIDGING THE GAP
  32. 32. IMPACT (2006- 2010) Contribution to District HYV Poultry Population Satellite Egger Nursery units Contribution to egg Net income to District HYV production satellite egger 29159 Poultry 79.8 lakh nursery units - 173327 KVK contribution Nos./ Annual 24 worth R. 3.192 lakhs/annum croreKVK’s primary contribution towards egg and Contribution to District Egg meat production Production District total 7980000 Total egg Meat value 11647050 113629472 production of culled 10% KVK Satellite 3499050 nursery birds 3499050 Worth Rs. 1,22,44,675 Rs. 29,15,900 168000
  33. 33. REVITALIZING EFFORTS….. RKVY PROJECT•ANIMAL HEALTH CARE FECILITATION CENTRE•DEVELOPING ANIMAL HEALTH CARE WORKERS
  34. 34. CARD-KRISHI VIGYAN KENDRA, PATHANAMTHITTA DISTRICT
  35. 35. Empowering our farmers to earn ….more.. ……………………. NABARD FUNDED PROJECT Poultry HUB at KVKPromotingimproved 10 egger varieties nurseries in the district Dissemination of 40000 layer chicks ofImproved varieties boosting additional egg production by 50 lakh /year.
  36. 36. AUGMENTING LIVELIHOOD SECURITY THROUGH MUSHROOM PRODUCTION
  37. 37. MUSHROOM CULTIVATION
  38. 38. CARD-KRISHI VIGYAN KENDRA, PATHANAMTHITTA DISTRICT
  39. 39. Ensuring sustainable production and availability of mushrooms… Master Trainees 3 Farmers 5 Mushroom Clusters Consists Over 250-300 Spawn Trained Growers Production Unit NHM FUNDED PROJECT Quality Fresh MUSHROOM Mushroom And GROWERS Its Value Added SOCIETY FOR Products THE DISTRCT Spawn production lab and mushroom museum at KVK Common Brand For Products ADDITIONAL PRODUCTION OF 5 -8 TONNES OF MUSHROOM /YEAR .
  40. 40. ADDING VALUE TO BANANA WASTE THROUGH VERMI COMPOSTING
  41. 41. Planting Operations 1666pits /ha
  42. 42. HIGH DENSITY PLANTING IN BANANA 33%more Pitting cost 17.5Kg /pit plants /unit Reduced By 44% area Yield Fertilizer cost 26t (+ 205%) reduced by 37.5 % Income45 demonstration plots - Rs 5.20 lakhs KVK & ATMA All 9 blocks
  43. 43. CONVERTING BANANA WASTE TO COMPOST …. Area of cultivation: 4786 Ha Quantity of waste produced:95694 tAct as breeding site ofBanana pseudo stem weevilBanana Rhizome weevilPollutes farm environment and water sourcesAttracts flies and other insectsOccupies the land and cause hindrance to farming operations
  44. 44. KVK INTERVENTIONS Establishment of vermi Demonstrations compost units MethodTrainings 89 nos. 268 nos. 2581 end users 2844 end users Quantity of earthworms supplied 1031316 nos. Units established 2288 nos. Large (<25 T): 2 % Medium (2-25 T): 17 % Small (>2 T) : 67 %
  45. 45. MALAYALAPPUZHA RUBBER PRODUCERS SOCIETY (MPRS)
  46. 46. QUANTITY OF BANANA PSEUDO STEM WASTE CONVERTED- 18300 TONES VERMI COMPOST PRODUCED- 6039 TONES Enriched soil with CREATED 1,20,780 MAN Nitrogen-83.94 t = 182.47 t urea DAYS OFPhosphorous-49.82 t=276.7 Rock Phosphate EMPLOYMENT Potassium-31.7 t=52.83 t MOPContributed nutrients equivalent to VERMIRs. 24, 48,065 of inorganic manures COMPOST WORTH RS. 3.62 CRORE IN THE Rs. 5.15 lakhs to DISTRICT KVK revolving fund

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