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ON FARM TRIALS
Title Management of frost injury in mustard through
thiourea
Farming situation Irrigated
No. of trials 9
Village identifie...
Title Assessment of new chemical in control of termite
Farming
situation
Irrigated
No. of trials 9
Village identified Bhad...
Title Effect of thiourea on grain yield of cluster bean
Farming situation Rainfed
No. of trials 9
Village identified Malak...
Title Assessment of new chemical in control of sucking
pests
Farming situation Rainfed
No. of trials 10
Village identified...
Title Effect of ethrel hormone to boost the production of
long melon
Farming situation Irrigated
No. of trials 9
Village i...
Title Weed control in cluster bean by double slot
weeder
Farming situation Rainfed
No. of trials 10
Village identified Ban...
Nature of
activities
No. of
activities
Beneficiaries
Field day 6 227
Kisan Gosthi 19 548
Exhibition 3 421
Film Show 49 133...
Nature of extension
activities
No. of
activities
Beneficiaries
Advisory Services 2474 2481
Scientific field visits 80 497
...
Contd….
Indicating pegging in groundnut Animal Treatment Camp Application of insecticide
by power sprayer
Diversion of far...
Contd….
Advising to control
yellowing in groundnut
Hoeing and weeding in
cluster bean crop
Field day on wheat
Organizing o...
Women participation Veterinarian interacting
with farmers
Vaccinating during ATC
Training to farm school participants PC i...
DIGNITRIES VISIT
TO KVK
DIGNITRIES VISIT
Dean SKRAU Bikaner visiting fieldDir. CSSRI Karnal visiting ST lab.
President GVM visiting plastic mulch ...
Types of Activities No. of
Activities
No. of
Participants
Gosthies 5 156
Lectures organized 24 289
Exhibition 1 133
Film s...
Presidential address on
technology week
Launching soil health card Exhibition visit by President
President GVM interacting...
Kisan Mobile Advisory
Details of SMSs
Content Category No. of Messages No. of
Farmers
Crop Production 2 26948
Plant Protec...
SPECIAL ACHIEVEMENTS
Details of samples analyzed and Soil Health Card distributed
Details
No. of
Sampl
e
No. of
Farme
r
No. of
Villag
e
Amount
...
Particulars Quantity Provided to
No. of
Farmers
Amount
realized
(Rs.)
No (kg)
Bacillus (PSB) 320 64.0 228
Azotobactor 238 ...
Seed Production at KVK farm
Name of crop Variety Production
(q)
Seed production
Barley RD-2660,
RD-2715
50
Wheat Raj-4037 ...
Crop museum at KVK farm
Planting materials produced and distributed
Particulars Variety Qty
(No)
Value
(Rs)
No of
farmers
Fruit plants
Mango, Papa...
Programmes taken under ATMA
Title No of Programmes Amount (Rs.)
Training 6
3,93,803
Crop demonstration 75
Allied demonstra...
INSTRUCTIONAL
FARM
Name of crop Area
(ha)
Variety Productio
n(q)
Gross
income
Net
returns
Ber 1.0 Gola 7.5 30000 20,000
Bottle guard
0.25
Pus...
Demo on DBW wheat cultivar
Performance testing of new
mustard cultivar
Seed production of barley
Performance testing of
mu...
Demo on Low tunnel and
plastic mulch
Expansion of Alovera
unit at KVK
Harvesting Alovera
leaves
Oat cultivation for
green ...
Contd
Contd
Agriculture students visiting low tunnel
VLWs visiting Azolla unit at KVK
VLWs visiting mustard field
VLWs visiting ...
Items/head Sanctioned Expenditur
e
Pay and allowances 93.0 91.58
Traveling allowances 0.50 1.29
Contingencies
• (Stationer...
Constraints
Administrative
Financial
Technical
• Implementation of Career Advancement Scheme
(CAS)
• Inclusion of KVK Sard...
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Annual Progress Report 2014-15(Part2) KVK Sardar Shahr , Churu

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Annual Progress Report 2014-15(Part2) KVK Sardar Shahr , Churu

  1. 1. ON FARM TRIALS
  2. 2. Title Management of frost injury in mustard through thiourea Farming situation Irrigated No. of trials 9 Village identified Malaksar Season Rabi 2013-14 Trial -1 : Agronomy Problem: Damage of mustard by frost Treatment Yield q/ha Percent increase over control Percent increase over T2 T 1 Farmers practice (no use of spray) 9.21 - - T 2 Thiourea spray at flowering stage @ 500ppm 11.05 19.97 - RESULT
  3. 3. Title Assessment of new chemical in control of termite Farming situation Irrigated No. of trials 9 Village identified Bhadasar (Sardarshahar) Season Rabi 2013-14 Problem : Low productivity of wheat due to termite attack Trial - 2 : Plant Protection RESULT Treatment Yield q/ha Percent increase over control Percent increase over T2 T1 Farmers practice (no seed treatment) 23.50 - - T2 Seed treatment with chloropyripos 20 EC @ 4.5 ml/kg 30.75 30.85 - T3 Seed treatment with imidacloprid 17.8 SL @ 3 ml/kg 35.30 50.21 14.79
  4. 4. Title Effect of thiourea on grain yield of cluster bean Farming situation Rainfed No. of trials 9 Village identified Malaksar Season Kharif 2014 Problem : Low yield of cluster bean due to moisture stress Trial - 3 : Agronomy Variety-RGC 1017 RESULT Treatment Yield q/ha Percent increase over control Percent increase over T2 T1 Farmers practice (No use of spray) 4.10 - - T2 Spray of Thiourea at 25 and 45 DAS @ 0.1% 4.40 7.31 - T3 Spray of Thiourea at 25 and 45 DAS @ 0.15% 4.75 15.85 7.95
  5. 5. Title Assessment of new chemical in control of sucking pests Farming situation Rainfed No. of trials 10 Village identified Ruplisar Season Kharif 2014 Problem : Low productivity of cluster bean due to sucking pests Trial - 4 : Plant Protection RESULT Treatment Yield q/ha Percent increase over control Percent increase over T2 T1 Farmers practice (No seed treatment) 3.50 - - T2 Seed treatment with Imidacloprid 70 WS @ 5 g/kg 3.70 5.71 - T3 Seed treatment with Imidacloprid 17.8 SL @ 3 ml/kg 3.95 12.85 6.75
  6. 6. Title Effect of ethrel hormone to boost the production of long melon Farming situation Irrigated No. of trials 9 Village identified Jeevandesar Season Zaid 2014 Problem : Low yield of long melon Trial - 5 : Horticulture RESULT Treatment Yield q/ha Percent increase over control Percent increase over T2 T1 Farmers practice (No use of hormone) 160 - - T2 Use of RDF (N-128 kg/ha+ P2O5 98 kg/ha) 180 14.94 - T3 T2 + ethrel spray @ 250ppm at 2&4 leaf stage 210 29.65 16.67
  7. 7. Title Weed control in cluster bean by double slot weeder Farming situation Rainfed No. of trials 10 Village identified Bandhnau Season Kharif 2014 Problem : Low productivity of cluster bean due to weed infestation Trial - 6 : Agricultural Engineering RESULT Treatment Yield q/ha Percent increase over control Percent increase over T2 T1 Farmers practice (weeding by existing Kasia) 5.17 - - T2 Weed control by Pendimethalin 0.75 kg/ha pre- emergence 5.40 4.45 - T3 Weeding by double slot weeder 6.05 17.02 12.04
  8. 8. Nature of activities No. of activities Beneficiaries Field day 6 227 Kisan Gosthi 19 548 Exhibition 3 421 Film Show 49 1330 Method Demonstrations 25 448 Group meetings 3 108 Lectures delivered 267 3199 News coverage 55 - Radio talks 10 - Extension Activities Field day on moong bean Field day on chickpea Field day on mustard
  9. 9. Nature of extension activities No. of activities Beneficiaries Advisory Services 2474 2481 Scientific field visits 80 497 Farmers visit to KVK 686 647 Diagnostic visits 8 164 Exposure visits 2 8 Ex-trainees Sammelan 3 213 Soil health Camp 2 106 Animal Health Camp 3 220 Soil test campaigns 4 428 Celebration of days 2 219 Popular articles 28 - Extension Literature 15 5029 Contd…. Field day on cluster bean Depicting nutrient deficiency in cauliflower Diagnosing white grub attack
  10. 10. Contd…. Indicating pegging in groundnut Animal Treatment Camp Application of insecticide by power sprayer Diversion of farmer towards spice crop Feed back of farmer about demo Dignitaries visiting Exhibition of KVK
  11. 11. Contd…. Advising to control yellowing in groundnut Hoeing and weeding in cluster bean crop Field day on wheat Organizing of farm school Presidential speech during ICAR foundation day
  12. 12. Women participation Veterinarian interacting with farmers Vaccinating during ATC Training to farm school participants PC interacting with farmers Contd….
  13. 13. DIGNITRIES VISIT TO KVK
  14. 14. DIGNITRIES VISIT Dean SKRAU Bikaner visiting fieldDir. CSSRI Karnal visiting ST lab. President GVM visiting plastic mulch demo Dignitary visiting low tunnel experiment
  15. 15. Types of Activities No. of Activities No. of Participants Gosthies 5 156 Lectures organized 24 289 Exhibition 1 133 Film show 5 156 Farm Visit 3 131 Distribution of literature (No.) - 1000 Total number of farmers visited the technology week 789 Technology weeks celebration 19 to 24 January, 2015
  16. 16. Presidential address on technology week Launching soil health card Exhibition visit by President President GVM interacting with KVK officials Field diagnostic visit during Technology Week Extraction of Aloevera juice
  17. 17. Kisan Mobile Advisory Details of SMSs Content Category No. of Messages No. of Farmers Crop Production 2 26948 Plant Protection 22 219018 Soil Science 3 37286 Horticulture 6 48670 Weather Advisory 2 24093 Total 35 356015
  18. 18. SPECIAL ACHIEVEMENTS
  19. 19. Details of samples analyzed and Soil Health Card distributed Details No. of Sampl e No. of Farme r No. of Villag e Amount Realized (Rs) Soil Sample s 396 310 87 Water Sample s 345 294 62 Plant Sample s 114 98 90 Total 855 702 239
  20. 20. Particulars Quantity Provided to No. of Farmers Amount realized (Rs.) No (kg) Bacillus (PSB) 320 64.0 228 Azotobactor 238 47.6 150 Rhizobium 46 9.2 41 Trichoderma 85 42.5 71 Total 689 163.3 490 Bio products production at KVK
  21. 21. Seed Production at KVK farm Name of crop Variety Production (q) Seed production Barley RD-2660, RD-2715 50 Wheat Raj-4037 10 Cluster bean RGC-1017 2.74 Moong bean IPM-02-3 1.48 Commercial production Mustard NRCH13, RH-149, NRCDR-2 , Laxmi 44.58 Seed production of barley
  22. 22. Crop museum at KVK farm
  23. 23. Planting materials produced and distributed Particulars Variety Qty (No) Value (Rs) No of farmers Fruit plants Mango, Papaya, Date Palm , Mulberry, Karonda, Bael , Guava, Lime, Pomegranate, Lasoda Amrapali, Red Lady 786, Halawai, Local,American Red NB 9, L 49, Kagzi, Sinduri’ Local 2753 90628 278 Medicinal plants Vajradanti, Ardusa Meetha Neem Local 117 1755 29 Ornamental plants Local 1218 27210 170 Shadow plants Local 1039 15445 66 Total - 5127 135038 543 Plant distribution at KVK Plant sale at KVK Nursery
  24. 24. Programmes taken under ATMA Title No of Programmes Amount (Rs.) Training 6 3,93,803 Crop demonstration 75 Allied demonstration 65 Farmers scientists interaction 2 Farm School 5 Conducting farm schoolWomen empowermentFarmer scientist interactionPromotion of bio-fertilizer
  25. 25. INSTRUCTIONAL FARM
  26. 26. Name of crop Area (ha) Variety Productio n(q) Gross income Net returns Ber 1.0 Gola 7.5 30000 20,000 Bottle guard 0.25 Pusa meghdoot 7.92 13374 4874Brinjal ME13H-39 Cluster bean Pusa sadabahar Green fodder 1.0 Multi cut chari 160.51 48153 46059 Crop museum cluster bean 0.25 RGC 1017, 986, 1066, 936, 1055, 1038 - - - Barley+wheat 0.25 Barley: RD-2715, RD-2660, RD- 2592 Wheat: Raj-4037, 4250, HD-2851, KRL-210, 213, 19, DBW-110 - - - Other Production
  27. 27. Demo on DBW wheat cultivar Performance testing of new mustard cultivar Seed production of barley Performance testing of mustard cultivar KVK FARM
  28. 28. Demo on Low tunnel and plastic mulch Expansion of Alovera unit at KVK Harvesting Alovera leaves Oat cultivation for green fodder Quality Ber production at KVK farm Pruned Ber orchard
  29. 29. Contd
  30. 30. Contd Agriculture students visiting low tunnel VLWs visiting Azolla unit at KVK VLWs visiting mustard field VLWs visiting vegetable unit
  31. 31. Items/head Sanctioned Expenditur e Pay and allowances 93.0 91.58 Traveling allowances 0.50 1.29 Contingencies • (Stationery, POL, meals of Trainees, training materials, FLD except oilseeds & pulses, OFT, training of extension functionaries & Maintenance of buildings) 4.10 8.16 Total (A) 98.00 101.03 Utilization of KVK Funds Recurring contingencies items
  32. 32. Constraints Administrative Financial Technical • Implementation of Career Advancement Scheme (CAS) • Inclusion of KVK Sardarshahar in NICRA project • More budget allocations under contingencies head. • There is need for separate budget allocation for development and maintenance of KVK farm (Fencing, Road network, Mechanization etc. • Revision in existing rates of meals/refreshment of trainees • A technical post for laboratory work should be granted • Linkage of KVK with e-connectivity • Capacity building of KVK staff
  33. 33. THANKS

Annual Progress Report 2014-15(Part2) Krishi Vigyan Kendra Gandhi Vidya Mandir,SardarShahr, Churu (Rajasthan)

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