Earthen Dam at Karimati, Ichak, Hazaribagh Perennial source Double crop in 10 acres Cost Rs.1.3 lakhs Beneficiaries-25 families
Flow irrigation at village Simra From a suitable location on the stream, a diversion point has been selected. PVC pipes have been used for conveyance from the diversion point to the fields. The pipes have been laid underground at an average 3 feet depth. However at some places the pipes have to be laid at about 7 to 8 feet underground. Flange outlets have been provided. The command area is approximately 35 acres. (This year – 5 acres) This scheme would help to take two crops in the command area. The no. of farmers benefitting from the scheme is 25. The total cost of the scheme is Rs. 90,000.00 only
Diversion channel at Sijwa The excess runoff is diverted through the channel. It also captures the spring water. Providing irrigation to 10 acres of wasteland Protecting 20 acres of land from soil erosion No. of beneficiaries is 15 The total cost of this scheme is Rs.60,000.00 only Construction of irrigation channel at Sijwa
Irrigation channel at village Lothe, Block Churchu, Hazaribagh Diverting stream water for providingirrigation to dry land area.10 acres belonging to 25 farmers getting thebenefit. (This year – 5 acres in kharif and nocrop during rabi season)Excess runoff passes through the naturaldrainage.The total cost of this scheme isRs.70,000.00
Flow irrigation through underground PVC pipes at village Purnadih, Churchu, Hazaribagh 10 acres benefitted – this year no irrigation possible Two crops will be taken Perennial source No. of beneficiaries is approximately 30 The total cost of this scheme is only Rs.35,000.00
Water harvesting structure at village Saria, Churchu, Hazaribagh Water coming from underground during excavation – Pond at Saria Provide irrigation to more than 10 acres of paddy and also rabi crop to some extent. Meet the drinking water requirement of cattle. The cost of this structure is Rs.80,000.00 only. The no. of beneficiaries is 20.
Flow irrigation through underground PVCpipes at village Saria, Churchu, Hazaribagh Diversion structure constructed across a semi perennial stream Water flowing through underground PVC pipes Flow irrigation provided to 20 acres of paddy The scheme will also provide irrigation to rabi crop to some extent- this year no irrigation possible. The total cost of this scheme is Rs.40,000.00 only
Earthen Dam at village Dasokhap, Churchu, Hazaribagh Improvement in the water storage capacity of the already existing structure. Provision of separate inlet by laying underground pipeline. Raising the level of the existing inlet cum outlet, thus leading to increase in the storage capacity This structure provides flow irrigation in Kharif season to more than 100 acres of paddy. It also helps to take Rabi crop to some extent. The cost of this structure is approx. Rs.1.3 lakhs
Flow irrigation through check dam- village Chanaro Check dam renovated 15 acres of land brought under irrigation – This year no irrigation possible Water conveyed to fields through underground PVC pipes from the check dam to the fields The total cost of this scheme is Rs.75,000.00 only
Water harvesting structure at Chanaro Parwad, Churchu, Hazaribagh• Earthen structure• Water coming out from under ground source• Mainly to support the paddy crop in 15 acres – This year only in 5 acres.• Cost of this structure is Rs.1.5 lakhs• The no. of beneficiaries is 22.
Irrigation for vegetable cultivation in upland – Village Kowad• Water harvesting structure created.• PVC pipes laid underground• Water conveyed to 10 acres of upland• No. of beneficiaries is approx. 14.• The cost is Rs.65,000.00 only
Paddy cultivation by SRI methodMr. Manoj of village Kowad paddy Comparison of SRI with non SRI plots of Mr. Bhasku Mahto of Kowad using the weeder incultivation by SRI in his field. Manoj. The growth of non SRI plants is much his field. retarded as compared with the SRI plots.Mr. Jaynath Mahto, of village Kowad doing The deep green color of paddy is observed in Field of Bhasku Mahto – paddy cultivation bypaddy cultivation using SRI method. case of SRI plots. With the same quantity of SRI method. inputs, the growth of paddy in SRI system is much better.
Training on SRIi. First of all a bucket full of water ii. Then common salt was added to iii. In this solution, 2 kg paddy seedwas taken. Then a potato was it till the potato starts floating in the was put. It was observed that someimmersed in it. The potato settled at water. of the paddy seeds were floating onthe bottom of the bucket. the surface while the rest settled at the bottom.
Training on SRI…iv. The seeds that were floating were v. The next step was to wash the vi. This seed was then put in a wetremoved and the seeds that settled selected seeds three to four times jute bag.at the bottom were the good quality with normal water so that the salt Then Bavestine powder (systemicseeds that were to be used for content is removed. fungicide) was applied to the seedsowing. @2gm per kg of seed.
Training on SRI…vii. This seed was then to be kept for viii. The size of the nursery should ix. Drainage should be left to24-48 hours. The jute bag should be be 20feet by 20 feet for 2 kg of seed. facilitate the passing of waterkept wet by sprinkling water from The nursery bed should be about through the beds. The raised seedtime to time. 6inches above the ground level. bed should be prepared with highAt the mouth opening stage that is quantity of Farm yard manure.just before sprouting stage after 24-48 hours in the jute bag it should bebroadcasted in the nursery.
Methodology Adopted• Participatory need assessment• Area transect and site selection• Technical feasibility study• Implementation with the total involvement of village community• Formation of users group for proper use, maintenance and sustainability of structures• Capacity building of users group