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									     PROGRESS REPORT
            (October 2005 - September 2006)




PRESENTED AT ZONAL WORKSHOP OF KV Ks of ZONE - II
                      HELD AT
BIDHAN CHANDRA KRISHI VISWAVIDYALAY, KALYANI
                  (WEST BENGAL)
              [16TH - 18TH October 2006]




    KRISHI VIGYAN KENDRA, SCADA, ARA,
    SONE COMMAND AREA DEVELOPMENT AGENCY,
SONE BHAWAN, DAROGA PRASAD RAI PATH PATNA - 800001
                                  Contents

Sl . No.                       Particulars                     Page No.
    1      Executive Summary
    2      Introduction
    3      Name and address of KVK
    4      Staff position
    5      Total land with KVK
    6       Infrastructural Development
    7      Description of Agro climatic zone
    8      Thrust Areas
    9      Training Achievement
   10      Vocational Training in different disciplines for
           PF, RY & EF
  11       Result of FLD on OLS/PLS
  12       Result of FLD other than OLS/PLS
  13       No. of on farm trials
  14       No. of on station trials
  15       Literature developed / published
  16       Constraints
  17        Functional Linkage
  18       Performance of instructional farm (crops)
  19       Utilization of Hostel Facilities
  20       Innovative Technology
  21       Indigenous Technology
  22       Specific Training need methodology
  23       Special Financed Programme
  24       Seed Produced and sold
  25       Impact of Training Programmes
  26       Field Activities
  27       Other Extension Activities
  28       Detail of KVK Bank Account
  29       Status of revolving fund
  30       Visit , survey & staff deputed for training (HRD)
                                  BHOJPUR AT A GLANCE

1. ESTABLISHMENT: 18.12.1972
  (Partition of Old Shahabad District and formation of Bhojpur and Rohtas)

2. GEOGRAPHICAL LOCATION:

      Latitude : 25015'N to 25046'N
      Longitude: 84045'E to 85015'E

      Altitude : 195.98 M above MSL

3. GEOGRAPHICAL BOUNDRY:

      North:   River Ganges, Saran &Baliya district
      South:   Rohtas and Gaya district
      East:    River Sone and Patna district
      West:    District Buxar

4. GEOGRAPHICAL AREA: 2337.37 (sq km.) or 233729.15 (ha)

5. AGRO-CLIMATIC REGION &ZONE: The district comes under South Bihar
         Old Alluvial Plains, which has been categorized as Grade III (Sub-humid). The Soil type is
         heavy to sandy clay.
I.    Rainfall data (m.m.)
      Normal                          : 925
      Actual                          : 983.85/2002 1175.43/2003 725.24/2004

II.   Temperature                     : Min. 60C; Max.400C

III. Relative     Humidity            : 35 to 950/0

6. NO. OF BLOCKS/VILLAGE
          (a) No. of Blocks                  : 14
          (b) No. of Village panchayat     : 249
          (c) No. of Village-Inhibited     : 999
          (d) No. of Village-Non-Inhibited : 218
          (e) No. of Village Electrified   : 426
7.   (a). POPULATION (AS PER 2001 CENSUS):


     Sl No.                         Males                   Female                 Total
         1. Urban                  169,535              142,879                312,414
         2. Rural                 1,010,076             920,654               1,930,730
               Total              1,179,611             1,063,533             2,243,144
     (b) POPULATION DENSITY/SQ KM.                                   : 903


     (c) POPULATION BELOW POVERTY LINE                                 : 42.50/0


(d)PERCENTAGE OF POPULATION W.R.T. VARIOUS PARAMETERS:


              Sl No.              Parameter                     Total         Rural        Urban
                 1.    Literacy rate:   Persons                 58.96          56.84       71.55
                                                    Male        74.29          73.43       79.55
                                                   Female       41.80          38.50       62.36
                 2.    Main workers:     Persons                21.93          22.07       21.07
                                                    Male        36.78          36.85       36.41
                                                   Female       5.45           5.85        2.87
                 3.    Marginal workers: Persons                7.22           7.97        2.57
                                                    Male        7.31           7.96        3.43
                                                   Female       7.12           7.98        1.55
                 4.    Non- workers:      Persons               70.85          69.96       76.36
                                                    Male        55.91          55.19       60.16
                                                   Female       87.43          86.16       95.58
                 5.    SC Population:     Persons               15.32          16.22       9.76
                                                    Male        15.38          16.33       9.71
                                                   Female       15.25          16.10       9.81
                 6.    ST Population:     Persons               0.37           0.37        0.39
                                                     Male          0.38           0.38          0.39
                                                    Female         0.36           0.36          0.40


8. CLASSIFICATION OF WORKERS:
       (a) Total Cultivators                                         : 227049
       (b) Small &marginal farmers                                   : 221535
       (c) Agricultural laborers                                     : 259482
       (d) Artisans                                                  : NA
       (e) Workers in household industries                           : 24476
       (f) Allied Agro Activities & Other works                      : 144028
       (g) Total working Population                                  : 655935
       (h) 0/0 of working Population to Total Population             : 29.150/0



9. Size of Land holding                  No. of holding      (%) Area (ha)                  (%)
(a) Less than 1 ha.       :             203840             78.9      67416                  35.8
(b) Between 1 and 2 ha. :                30498             11.8      38531                  20.5
(c) Between 2 and 4 ha. :                18454               7.1     49380                  26.2
(d) Between 4 and 10 ha. :                5324               2.0     31511                  16.7
(e) More than 10 ha.       :               88              0.2        1296                  00.8
                   TOTAL:               258204                      188134


10. LAND UTILIZATION PATTERN:


(a) Geographical area                                        :               2, 33,729.15 ha.
(b) Net cultivable area                                      :               1, 88,134.00 ha.
(c) Permanent Fallow land                                    :               418.00 ha.
(d) Cultivable Barren land                                   :               729.00 ha.
(e) Land temporarily used for non-agriculture purpose        :               925.00 ha.
(f) Pasture & others                                         :               288.00 ha.
(g) Land not suitable for cultivation                        :               7221.00 ha.
(h) Aquatic land                                             :               4071.00 ha.
(i) Land used for non-agriculture purpose                    :               31943.00 ha.
(j) Forest area                                                    :              Nil




11. IRRIGATION SOURCES: CANAL Sone Canal Cercle, Ara.
                                                          Sone Canal Division, Bikramganj
                                                          State Tube well        - 337 (63 functional)
                                                          Private Tube well      - 18,901
                                                          E.R.P. Set             - 09
                                                          Lift irrigation        - 29
                                            Net Irrigate Area.


          Sl. No.              Source                Kharif Area(ha)              Rabi Area (ha)
             1.       Canal                                 72952                       29700
             2.       Private Tube well                     24478                       36717
             3.       Lift Irrigation                        838                          153
             4.       State Tube well                        454                          526
             5.       Other Sources                          1685                        1685
                                Total                    1,00,407(ha)                 68,781 (ha)




 12. AREA COVERED UNDER DIFFERENT CROPS

                    Kharif                        Rabi                        Summer (ha)
           Rice-       1,20,500      Wheat-                1,03,800     Green Gram-             20
           Maize-            7,000   Maize-                  2,295      Maize-                  30
           Pulses-           5,580   Pulse-                 42,600 Vegetable-                400
           Red gram-         3,500   Gram-                  20,500      Onion-               125
           Black Gram 1,000          Pea-                     2,500
           Green Gram- 1,080 Others-                          4,500
           Oil Seed-           525 Oil seed-                10,140
           Sesame-            215    Rabi/Mustard-           6,100
           Castor-            285    Sunflower-                  40
       Sunflower-         25   Vegetable-        2,000
       Vegetable-       750    Potato-           3,525
       Total      1,34,355           1,64,360                          575



13. CREDIT SYSTEM :

  Lead Bank                              -      Punjab National Bank
  P.N.B.                                 -               22
  S.B.I.                                 -               08
  Allahabad Bank                         -               01
  C.B.I.                                 -               01
  Canara Bank                            -               03
  Bank of India                          -               02
  Union Bank                             -               03
  U.C.O. Bank                            -               02
  Indian Bank                            -               02
  United Bank                            -               01
  Bank of Baroda                         -               01
  Syndicate Bank                         -               01
  Bhojpur Rohtas Gramin Bank             -               53
  Central Co-operative Bank              -                15
  Land Development Bank                  -                05
                       Total             -               121


14. AGRIL. MACHINES :

           Tractor                   -          1585

           Diesel Pump Set           -          14399

           Harvester                 -           01

           Electric Pump Set         -          1870

           Harrows                   -           360
                Winnower                    -                      25




15. AGRICULTURE SUPPORT / FACILITIES

(a) Seed / Fertilizer / Pesticides depots       :        103


(b) Rural Markets / Mandis                      :        91


(c) Rural God owns                                   :   06


(d) Cold Storage                                    :    1 - capacity - 5000 MT.

16. ANIMAL HUSBANDRY (AS PER 2005 CENSUS):

    Plough Animals                              :         87852
    Dairy Animals                                         Total           Milking
        Cow                                     :         157479          4279
        Buffalo                                  :        206945          66068
    Sheep + Goat + Pigs.                            :         43698 + 134142 + 17097
    Poultry                                         :         215459

17. PREDOMINANT ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES OF THE DISTRICT

        Agriculture is the predominant economic activity in the district. Other important
economic activities are dairy, horticulture, transport, housing, business and other activities
in the service sector. The industrial activity in the district is in problem state. Most of the
industrial units have become sick and good entrepreneurs and businessmen are shifting to
other states.


18. MAJOR FOOD CROPS                        /        COMMERCIAL           AND       PLANTATION   /
HORTICULTURE  CROPS

       The major food crops of the district are paddy and wheat. Pulses, oilseeds and
        maize are also important crops.
       However, potato, onion and vegetable have emerged as major commercial
        horticultural crop.
      Medicinal and aromatic plants have also started taking roots on a small scale, in the
       district.
      Mushrooms cultivation is in a nascent stage.
19. SPECIAL FEATURE OF THE DISTRICT :
     Bhojpur is considered as the rice-bowl in the state and Rice- Mill is a traditional
       industry
      Land is fertile and the farmers are comparatively progressive.
      Climate of the district is conducive for a wide ran agricultural / horticultural crops.
      Medicinal and aromatic plants are already being cultivated in the district.
      There are developed vegetable clusters.
      Dairy infrastructure is well developed.
      The level of farm mechanization is better than many other districts.
      Ara, the headquarter town of the district, is well connected both by rail and road.
      It is an adjoining district of the state capital.
      All the necessary inputs required for Farm as well as Non-Farm activities are
       available in the district or those can be easily obtained from the adjoining district at
       competitive price.
      The district is replete with potential for development in Primary, Secondary as well
       as in Tertiary sectors.

20. OTHER FACTORS AFFECTING THE DISTRICT'S RURAL
ECONOMY:
    POSITIVE FACTORS
    District headquarter is well linked with other towns and cities by road and rail.
      There is a vast network of canals in the district.
      Two major rivers flow through the district providing a good source of river in
       fishery and an opportunity to do the sand business.
      A new power grid is expected to be commissioned during the year 2004-05 with
       which the power position in the district is expected to improve.

      The district has been identified under the Rashtriya Sam Vikash Yojana and it is
       expected that some of the infrastructural bottlenecks, in terms of rural connectivity,
       energisation etc, would be bridged during the year 2004-05 and 2006-07
    NEGATIVES FACTORS
     Bhojpur is a drought prone district.
      The rural connectivity and rural infrastructure is very poor.
         A significant portion of land is rain fed.
         The condition of electric supply is erratic.


                                   Executive Summary
                 Bhojpur emerged as a district on 18th December, 1972 by carving out the

old       Shahabad with headquarters at Ara . It is situated between 250 15' N to 250 N

latitude, 840    45' E to 85015' E longitude at an attitude of 192.98 meters above means sea

level. There are         14 blocks, 249 Panchayats and 1244 villages in district. It is

surrounded by river Ganga in              the north, Rohtas District in south, river Sone in the

East and Buxar district in the West.



          The district is spread over 2, 33, 77,729.15 hectares out of which 1, 86,519 hectares

of land is cultivable. Though, paddy is cultivated as the main crop in the district, other

cereals like Wheat, Maize Jower, Pulses like Pigeon Pea, Lentil, Gram, Pea etc. and

oilseeds like Mustard, Toria & Linseed are also grown .



          The district falls under III B (South Bihar Alluvial Plain) agro-climatic zone where

soil varies from heavy clay to sandy clay. The average annual rainfall is about 1200 mm

and temperature varies from 90C to 400C. Canal and private tube wells are the major source

of irrigation in the district.

          Rural development in general and agriculture in particular got a momentum in this

district since inception of KVK in the year 1994. KVK since its inception had done a

remarkable work for the benefit of rural societies despite several financial, administrative

and infrastructural constraints. By the sincere efforts of KVK the agriculture scenario of

the district has significantly changed.
       KVK has introduced several new varieties of Cereals, Pulses, Oilseeds and

horticultural   crops for e.g. RAU - 710, Rajendra Mahsuri - 1 in paddy, Rohini chhapka &

Pusa   Jai kisan in Mustard; K-75, L - 4076 & PL - 639 in case of lentil, HD - 2643, HD -

2733 in wheat crop . KVK has also introduced new vegetables say capsicum, Kharif

onion, Fennel & the farmers of the region are being benefited in terms of income as well as

quality. The technologies, like use of Zero Tillage, Vermi composting,    Mentha & Rosa

grass is also being done in the district with the help of KVK. Recently for promotion of

sugarcane a total area of 29 Ha. had been placed under seed production programme of new

varieties e.g. BO-131, 136,137,147, CoP- 9202, 9306,

       KVK had also submitted projects on Poultry Unit (to promote back yard poultry

among BPL SHG), Distillation unit for Medicinal and Aromatic plants & Solar Energy

park to DRDA, Bhojpur for approval which had already sanctioned. Distillation unit is

now functional and Poultry unit is going to be commissioned with arrival of hatchery unit

within a month. Solar Energy Park is under process of establishment.



       Besides, earlier mentioned achievement the KVK had played a major role in

promotion of crop diversification with the help of RAU, Pusa, Samastipur and district

administration Bhojpur with introduction of large scale commercial floriculture ( Marigold

seedling - 17,76,500, Tuberose -3,60,000 and Roses - 30,000 ), Medicinal plants planting

material (14    Acres - Safed Musali ) and commercial vermi-compost training to 815

people. KVK had also started the seed village scheme which resulted in production of

more then 200 MT. of Kharif and Rabi seeds of Cereals Oilseeds, Pulses and Vegetables.
                                        INTRODUCTION
Krishi Vigyan Kendra (SCADA) since its inception in November, 1994 has been working for overall
development of this district of especially in the field of agriculture and allied disciplines. The working
of KVK is based on 4 mandates given by Indian Council of Agricultural Research, the apex body
agriculture development in he country. The 4 mandates are as follows-


       i)      Conducting “On farm testing” for identifying technology in terms of location specific
               sustainable land use systems.
       ii)     Organise training to update the extensive personnel with emerging advances in
               agricultural research on regular basis.
       iii)    Organise short and long term vocational training courses in agriculture and allied
               vocational for the farmers and rural youth with emphasis on “Learning by doing” for
               higher production on farms and generating self employment.
       iv)     Organise frontline demonstration on various crops to generate production data and
               feedback information.


               Krishi Vigyan Kendra (SCADA) during the year 2005-06 (Oct. 05 to Sept. 06)
               conducted 200 training for practicing farmer 41 for rural youths and 43 for extension
               functionaries in which 17,492; 1358 and 1754 numbers of participants were present
               respectively. Under FLD programme demonstrations were conducted on Red Gram
               (3.0 ha), Toria (10.0 ha), Mustard (5.0 ha), Lentil (2.0 ha) and Gram (3.0 ha) 10, 15, 30,
               8 and 13 farmers were benefited, respectively. Frontline demonstration on cereals and
               horticultural crops was also undertaken on QPM (50 ha), Wheat (5.0 ha), Sugarcane
               (105 ha), ZT wheat (800 ha), Tuberose (0.4 ha) and Onion (4.75 ha) were conducted
               respectively.


               On KVK institutional farm, seed production of paddy was to a tune of 450 quintals in
               Kharif season. Where as, during Rabi season Wheat, Lentil, Mustard seeds were made
               available to the farmers.
                 ANNUAL PROGRESS REPORT
                               YEAR APRIL 2005-06


1.   (a) Name and Address of the KVK          :   Krishi Vigyan Kendra, SCADA
                                                  Japanese Farm, Katira Ara, Bhojpur,
                                                  Bihar Pin 802301.


     (b) Name of the host Institution         :   Sone Command Area Development
                                                  Agency (SCADA).
            Address                           :   Sone Command Area Development
                                                  Agency Sone Bhawan, 6th floor


            Telephone No.                     :   0612- 2230572
            Fax No.                           :   0612- 2228286


     (c) Name of the Head of the              :   Sri. Rajesh Gupta (I.A.S)
           Organisation with designation          Area Development Commissioner -
                                                  cum- Chairman, SCADA


     (d) Name of the in-charge of KVK         :   Dr. Pravin Kumar Dwivedi
        with designation                          Programme Coordinator,
                                                  K.V.K. Bhojpur.


      Telephone No.                           :   06182-223733(O)
                                                  06182-237989 (O)
                                                  9431066580 (Mob)
     (e) Letter No.& Date by which K. V. K.
        was sanction by ICAR                  :   5(1)/93, K.V.K.(AE-1)
                                                  Dated: - 06-07-1994.


     (g) Month and year of Inception          :   November-1994.
      2. Staff Position (As on 30th September 2006)

Sl.     Designation with              Name              Highest        Pay Scale    Present     Date of    Category
No.       Disciplines as                               degree &         (In Rs.)     Basic     Joining     SC / ST /
         per Sanctioned                                discipline                     Pay                  OBC /
                                                                                    (In Rs.)               Others
1.          Programme           Dr. P. K. Dwivedi     Ph.D. (Agro.)   12000-18300    14,100    2.6.2001     Others
            Coordinator
2.         SMS (Hort.)          Sri Nilesh Kumar      M.Sc. (Hort.)   8000-13500    10,475     9.10.1996    Others
3.         SMS (H.Sc.)            Mrs. Kumari         M.Sc.(H. Sc.)   8000-13500     9,100     11.8.2001     OBC
                                 Supriya Verma
4.          Programme           Sri S. B. K. Shashi   B. Sc. (Ag.)     5500-9000     6,375     7.12.2000     OBC
             Assistant
           (A. V. Aides)
5.          Programme           Sri Pankaj Kumar      M.C. in Com.     5500-9000     6,375     1.1.2001     Others
         Assistant (Computer)                           Program.
6.        Farm Manager           Sri Sunil Kumar         M.Sc.         5500-9000     6,375     6.2.2001      OBC
                                                       (Ag. Eco)
*7.         Accountant             Sri Sita Ram           I. Sc.      **1400-2200    2,200     4.10.2001     OBC
                                      Prasad
8.        Jr. Steno-cum-          Sri R. K. Nair          I. A.        4000-6000     4,500     18.12.200    Others
                C.O.                                                                              0
9.         Driver-cum-          Sri Mahabir Ram       Matriculation    3050-4590     3,425     2.12.2000      SC
             Mechanic
10.        Driver-cum-          Sri Gopal Kumar       Matriculation    3050-4590     3,425     6.12.2000     OBC
             Mechanic
11.         Peon-cum-           Sri Ramashanker       Non-Metric       2550-3200     2,825     6.12.2000      SC
            Messenger                  Ram
12.         Peon-cum-           Mrs. Baby Kumari      Non-Metric       2550-3200     2,825     7.6.2001     Others
            Messenger


      * On deputation from SCADA
      ** Getting the unrevised old pay scale
3. TOTAL LAND WITH KVK (in ha) - 19.41 ha

(a) Under Building                                             3.00

(b) Under Demonstration                                        2.00

(c) Orchards/Agro forestry                                     1.11

(d) Under Crops                                               13.30




4. INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT




 Sl. No.    Name of the Building                    Area                Stage

    1.      Administrative Building               550 sq mt.          Completed

    2.      S Farmers Hostel                      300 sq mt.          Completed

    3.      Staff Quarter (total 4)               200 sq mt.          Completed

    4.      Demonstration Units                   500 birds           *Completed

            (a) Poultry Unit/Shed (500 birds)

            (b)Distillation      Plant      for    1.5 ton            *Completed

            Aromatic Plants

* Founded by DRDA, Bhojpur
5. DESCRIPTION OF AGRO-CLIMATIC ZONE AND DISTRICT CHARACTRISTICS:

     Bhojpur, the operational district of Krishi Vigyan Kendra, SCADA, Ara lies under the agro
     climatic Zone – III B (South Bihar Alluvial Plains). This zone comprises of the entire South
     Bihar Plains, which widely vary in soil type, climatic condition, irrigation infrastructure,
     topographical situation and cropping pattern. The zone has been divided into 'IIIA'
     comprising the district of Bhagalpur and Munger and 'III B' with district of Patna, Bhojpur,
     Gaya, Jehanabad, Nawada and Nalanda. Physiographic ally, the areas are upland, medium
     land and low land having clay to sandy loam soil. The entire Bhojpur has been   divided
     into two parts by Patna – Mugalsarai Railway line. The southern part has a good network
     of Sone Canal System, whereas, the Northern side is flood prone due to river Ganga and
     other seasonal rivers.


     District Bhojpur is situated between 25o 15' to 25o 46' latitude, 480 45' E to 85o 15' E
     longitude and is situated at an altitude of 192.98 meters above mean sea level. The average
     annual rainfall is between 904 to 1425 mm. The minimum and maximum temperature lies
     between 90 C to 40o C and the relative humidity varies between 30 to 95 percent. Out of the
     total cultivable area of 186519 ha, 101400 hectare (55%) and 74600 hectare (40%) are
     irrigated during Kharif and Rabi season respectively.


     The soils are neutral to moderately alkaline in reaction, poor to medium in organic carbon,
     low o high in available P2O5 and K2O . The soil are heavy textured and medium textured in
     some areas but in the Gangetic belt i.e. Northern side of district, soil are medium to light
     textured with dominance of fine sand .


     Paddy is the main Kharif crop grown in about 75 percent of the cultivable area. On irrigated
     upland, vegetables, sugarcane, mustard, maize etc. are grown while on medium upland and
     lowland; summer paddy, sugarcane, vegetables etc. are grown. Wheat, Gram, Lentil.
     Oilseed, Pea etc. are grown on medium land in Rabi season. On rain fed upland, maize,
     sorghum, red gram, green gram and black gram are grown in Kharif / summer season.


     As per official documents furnished by Department of Agriculture, Government of Bihar,
     Bhojpur the area covered under different crop are as follows:
     Kharif            Ha.             Rabi            Ha.              Summer              Ha.
Paddy                 120500     Wheat               103800      Maize                       30
Maize                  7000      Maize                2295       Green Gram                  20
Pulses                 5580      Pulses               42600      Vegetable                  400
i) Red Gram            3500      i) Gram              20500      Onion                      125
ii) Black Gram         1000      ii) Lentil           14800
iii) Green Gram        1080      iii) Pea             2500
Oilseeds                525      iv) Other            4800
i) Sesame               215      Oilseeds             10140
ii) Castor              285      i) Rai / Toria       6100
iii) Sunflower          25       ii) Vegetable        2000
Vegetables              750      Potato               3525
Total                 134355                         162360                                 575

6. THRUST AREAS:
                     Thrust area identified through PRA survey and other methods.
A. Crop Production-            Promotion of seed village programme.

                               Promotion of Bio-fertilizer & Vermi-compost for INMS.

B. Horticulture -              Promotion of commercial floriculture for better economic returns.


                               Promotion of vegetable seed production


C. Plant Protection-           Promotion of Biological control & IPM


D. Animal husbandry- Promotion of goatery, duckery and backyard poultry
                 .

                               Promotion of A I and balanced nutrition for dairy development.


E. Home Science-               Promotion of cottage industries through SHG.


                                Preservation of fruit and vegetables.
7. Training Achievement


A. Abstract of training programme (On-Campus, Off-Campus, Sponsored training and FLD
training.) (Oct. 2005 Sept. 2006).


                                     No. of No.                   of                      Grand
 Sl. No.   Discipline                Courses Participants                                 Total
                                               M       F     T         M      F    T
   A.      FOR PRACTICING FARMERS
    1      Crop Production           90        7630    11    7641      1165   4    1169
           Fruit & Vegetable
    2      Production                48        3674    117   3791      648    30   678
    3      Livestock Production      -         -       -     -         -      -    -
    4      Home Science              19        1971    94    2065      393    9    402
    5      Agriculture Extension     50        3995    -     3995      574    -    574
           Total (A)                 207       17270   222   17492     2780   43   2823


   B.      FOR RURAL YOUTHS
    1      Crop Production           19        783     20    803       68     -    68
           Fruit & Vegetable
    2      Production                11        269     -     269       18     -    18
    3      Livestock Production
    4      Home Science              9         68      171   239       2      9    11
    5      Agriculture Extension     2         47      -     47        4      -    4
           Total (B)                 41        1167    191   1358      92     9    101


   C.
    1      Crop Production           18        924     2     926       56     -    56
    2      Fruit & Vegetable Production    9   368     -     368       18     -    18
    3      Livestock Production      -         -       -     -         -      -    -
    4      Home Science              4         94      10    104       8      -    8
    5      Agriculture Extension     12        355     1     356       22     -    22
           Total (C)                 43        1741    13    1754      104    -    104


           Total (A+B+C)             291       20178   426   20604     2976   52   3028
B. Abstract of training programme (On-Campus, Oct. 2005 Sept. 2006).



                                          No. of No.                  of SC              Grand
 Sl. No.   Discipline                     Courses Participants                           Total
                                                   M      F      T      M     F    T
   A.      FOR PRACTICING FARMERS
    1      Crop Production                43       1923   -      1923   243   -    243
    2      Fruit & Vegetable Production   14       350    08     358    27    -    27
    3      Livestock Production
    4      Home Science                   09       666    94     760    133   09   142
    5      Agriculture Extension          24       1133   -      1133   137   -    137
           Total (A)                      90       4072   102    4174   540   9    549


   B.      FOR RURAL YOUTHS
    1      Crop Production                13       628    10     638    68    -    68
    2      Fruit&Vegetable Production     11       269    -      269    18    -    18
    3      Livestock Production
    4      Home Science                   09       68     171    239    02    09   11
    5      Agriculture Extension          02       47     -      47     4     -    4
           Total (B)                      35       1012   181    1193   92    9    101


   C.      FOR EXT. FUNCT.
    1      Crop Production                11       330    02     332    11    -    11
    2      Fruit&Vegetable Production     09       368    -      368    18    -    18
    3      Livestock Production
    4      Home Science                   02       44     10     54     04    -    04
    5      Agriculture Extension          12       355    1      356    22    -    22
           Total (C)
                                          34       1097   13     1110   55    -    55
           Total (A+B+C)                  159      6181   296    6478   687   18   705
C. Abstract of training programme (Off-Campus, Oct. 2005 Sept. 2006).



                                          No. of No.                  of SC             Grand
 Sl. No.   Discipline                     Courses Participants                          Total
                                                   M      F      T      M     F   T
   A.      FOR PRACTICING FARMERS
    1      Crop Production                11       1021   -      1021   139   -   139
    2      Fruit & Vegetable Production   06       178    11     189    6     -   6
    3      Livestock Production
    4      Home Science                   10       1305   -      1305   260   -   260
    5      Agriculture Extension          26       2862   -      2862   437   -   437


           Total (A)                      53       5366   11     5377   842   -   842
   B.      FOR RURAL YOUTHS
    1      Crop Production                -        -      -      -      -     -   -
    2      Fruit & Vegetable Production   -        -      -      -      -     -   -
    3      Livestock Production
    4      Home Science                   -        -      -      -      -     -   -
    5      Agriculture Extension          -        -      -      -      -     -   -


           Total (B)                      -        -      -      -      -     -   -
   C.      FOR EXT. FUNCT.
    1      Crop Production                4        239    -      239    07    -   07
    2      Fruit & Vegetable Production   -        -      -      -      -     -   -
    3      Livestock Production
    4      Home Science                   02       50     -      50     04    -   04
    5      Agriculture Extension          -        -      -      -      -     -   -


           Total (C)                      6        289    -      289    11    -   11
           Total (A+B+C)                  59       5655   11     5666   853   -   853
D. Abstract of training programme (Sponsored training, Oct. 2005 Sept. 2006).



                                          No. of No.                 of                      Grand
 Sl. No.   Discipline                     Courses Participants                               Total
                                                   M      F      T        M      F    T
   A.      FOR PRACTICING FARMERS
    1      Crop Production                36       4686   11     4697     783    4    787
    2      Fruit & Vegetable Production   28       3146   98     3244     615    30   645
    3      Livestock Production           -        -      -      -        -      -    -
    4      Home Science                   -        -      -      -        -      -    -
    5      Agriculture Extension          -        -      -      -        -      -    -
           Total (A)                      64       7832   109    7941     1398   34   1432


   B.      FOR RURAL YOUTHS
    1      Crop Production                6        155    10     165      -      -    -
    2      Fruit & Vegetable Production   -        -      -      -        -      -    -
    3      Livestock Production           -        -      -      -        -      -    -
    4      Home Science                   -        -      -      -        -      -    -
    5      Agriculture Extension          -        -      -      -        -      -    -
           Total (B)                      6        155    10     165      -      -    -


   C.      FOR EXT. FUNCT.
    1      Crop Production                3        355    -      355      38     -    38
    2      Fruit & Vegetable Production   -        -      -      -        -      -    -
    3      Livestock Production           -        -      -      -        -      -    -
    4      Home Science                   -        -      -      -        -      -    -
    5      Agriculture Extension          -        -      -      -        -      -    -
           Total (C)                      3        355    -      355      38     -    38


           Total (A+B+C)                  73       8342   119    8461     1436   34   180
       TRAINING PROGRAMME FOR RY




DDC INAUGURATING VERMI COMPOST TRAINGING
RAISED BASED WHEAT




FILELD DAY ON TORIA
SOIL SAMPLING TECHINIQUES TRAINGING




       ZT FILED DAY ON RICE
        ZT FILED DAY ON RICE




CONTROL TRAFFIC ZT FILED DAY ON WHEAT
ZT FILED DAY ON RICE




ZT FILED DAY ON RICE
              IN SERVICE TRAINING




DDC BHOJPUR DURING TRAINING PROGRAMME IN K.V.K.
    TRAINING PROGRAMME ON VERMI COMPOST




PRACTICAL TRAINING PROGRAMME ON VERMI COMPOST
TRAINING PROGRAMME ON VERMI COMPOST




TRAINING PROGRAMME ON VERMI COMPOST
FLD ON RAISED BASED ZT WHEAT
       FIELD DAY ON MUSTARD




FIELD DAY ON MUSTARD
FIELD DAY ON MUSTARD
FIELD DAY ON MUSTARD
FIELD DAY ON RED GRAM




FIELD DAY ON RED GRAM
  FIELD DAY ON RED GRAM




FIELD DAY ON RED GRAM
8. Result of front line Demonstration


(A) Oilseeds:
Season: Rabi                                                                  Year: 2005-06
   Crop                 Area (Ha)                           No. of farmers/demo

                  Proposed        Actual               SC            Others           Total
Toria                10.00        10.00                1                 14              15
Mustard              10.00        10.00                2                 28              30


 (B) Pulses
Season: Kharif and Rabi                                                       Year: 2005-06
      Crop               Area (Ha)                          No. of farmers/demo
                     Proposed      Actual      SC                 Others              Total
Red gram               3.00         3.00           3                 7                   10
Gram                   3.00         3.00           -                 13                  13
Lentil                 2.00         2.00           -                 8                      8


(C) Performance of FLD demonstrations for pulses in the district
1. Crop:      Red gram       Season: Kharif 2005 Sowing date: 17-20.7.05
Harvesting date: 14-18.3.06              Situation: Rain fed, Upland
District: Bhojpur Agro-climatic Zone: SouthBihar Alluvial Plains
         Previous cropping pattern: Red gram-Fallow
Rainfall distribution:            Normal
                                    Status of NPK:


Sl.No.     Village    Soil type   OC %      pH                N        P2O5        K2O
                                                           (kg/ha)    (kg/ha)     (kg/ha)
  1      Giddha       S. loam     0.44      7.30            248          25.50     252
  2      Chandi       S. loam     0.45      7.20            250          26.80     260
  3      Khajuriya    C. loam     0.48      7.20            254          30.50     278
  4      Bihiya       S. loam     0.42      7.40            238          24.50     246
  5   Kouriya S. loam             0.46      7.30            240          26.50     280
C- Clay, S- Sandy
 2. Crop: Gram         Season: Rabi 2005 Sowing date: 05-10.11.05
 Harvesting date: 16-20.4.06                    Situation: Rain fed, Medium land
 District: Bhojpur            Agro-climatic Zone: South                Bihar          Alluvial
 Plains           Previous cropping pattern: Rice-Gram-Fallow
 Rainfall distribution:             No Rain
 Status of NPK:

 Sl.No.     Village     Soil type    OC %          pH       N        P2O5       K2O
                                                         (kg/ha)    (kg/ha)    (kg/ha)
      1   Diuol         S. loam     0.48-0.51     7.30   248-254   28.5-31.1    274-
                                                                                285

 3. Crop: Lentil              Season: Rabi 2005 Sowing date: 05-10.11.05
 Harvesting date: 18-20.3.06                    Situation: Rain fed, Medium land
 District: Bhojpur Agro-climatic Zone: South Bihar Alluvial Plains
          Previous cropping pattern: Rice-Gram-Fallow
 Rainfall distribution:             No Rain
                                       Status of NPK:

 Sl.No.     Village     Soil type    OC %          pH      N         P2O5         K2O
                                                         (kg/ha)    (kg/ha)      (kg/ha)
      1   Dhamar        S. loam     0.44-0.46     7.30   238-250   26.8-28.1    207-212



Variety    No.        Area                      Yield                Increase Cost               of
           of         (Ha)                 (Qt./Ha)                  in yield additional
           Farm                                                      (%)          cash Rs./ha
           ers
                             Highest Lowest Avg.            Local                 Demo. Local
                                                            Check                          Check
P-9        10         3.00 24.30         16.50      21.70 13.40 61.90             4290     2550
P-256      13         3.00 20.10         14.10      18.70 12.60 48.40             4460     2500
L-4076     8          2.00 17.90         13.50      16.20 10.90 48.62             2650     2100
Total      31         8.00
              (D) Farming situation and results and demonstration on oilseeds.


Sl.   Agro-          Dist.      Soil    Variety     Date        Date           No.                   Highest   Cast




                                                                                       Area (ha)
No.   Climate                   Type                of          Of             of                    Yield     Input




                                                                                                                               Return



                                                                                                                                              return
                                                                                                                       Gross
      Zone                                          Sowing      Harv-          Demo.                 q/ha      (Rs./




                                                                                                                                        Net
                                                                esting                                         ha)**
1     South          Bhojpur    Sandy   RAUTS       25-30       25-26          15      10.00         12.1      3755    16350            12595
      Bihar                     loam                Sept., 05   Dec., 05
      Alluvial
      plain


2.    -Do-           -Do-       Clay    Rajendra    25-30       05March,06     30      10.00         15.3      3930    21300            17370
                                loam    Sarson-1    Nov., 05
                                  Total                                        45      20


              *Rate of Toria/Mustard @ Rs.1500/-per quintal
              ** Cost of irrigation and weeding has not been included.


                                                            Status of NPK:


              Crop-Toria                                                   Situation: Rain fed upland

              Sl.No.        Village     Soil type     OC %              pH         N                P2O5         K2O
                                                                                (kg/ha)            (kg/ha)      (kg/ha)
                 1     Khajuria         S. loam      0.39-0.50          7.20    228-250            29.3-32.7   244-270

                                                            Status of NPK:


              Crop-Mustard                                       Situation: Irrigated medium land

              Sl.No.        Village     Soil type     OC %              pH         N                P2O5         K2O
                                                                                (kg/ha)            (kg/ha)      (kg/ha)
                 1     Majhiyawn        C...loam     0.45-0.51          7.30    238-254            31.1-33.6   260-295
(E) Analytical review of component demonstration.
Name     of   Component                        Farming situation   Average   Local   Percentage increase
Centre                                                             yield     Check   in      productivity
                                                                             yield   over local yield
KVK           (A) Red gram                     Rain fed upland     21.70     15.80   37.34
Bhojpur       1. Seed cv.M-13


-Do-          (B)Gram Cv. P-256                Rain fed            18.70     14.70   27.21
              1. Plant Protection              medium land


-Do-          (C) Lentil                       Rain fed            16.20     12.60   28.57
              1. Seed                          medium land
              (D)Toria Cv. RADTS-17
-Do-          1. Seed                          Rain fed upland     10.90     7.10    53.52
              2. Plant Protection              -Do-                10.90     6.50    67.69
              (E) Mustard Cv        Rajendra
-Do-          Sarson                           Irrigated medium    14.10     9.50    48.42
              1. Seed                          land
              2. Fertilizer Management         -Do-                14.10     8.20    71.95
              3. Plant Protection              -Do-                14.10     8.40    67.85
(F) Technical Feed back.
I. Technical Feedback for oilseed
A. For Researchers
1. Due to uneven distribution of rain, farmers were interested for
a variety having duration less than 80 days to accommodate late
wheat crop after Toria.
2. In mustard they were desirous for variety having more secondary
& tertiary branches i.e. more canopy for better number of siliqua
per plant
B. For Development Agency
1. Quality pesticide should be ensuring at least at block level to
get satisfactory results. The chemical should have least residual
value on crop were also demanded
C. For Policy Consideration
1. Higher support price with proper network of collection centre
II. Technical Feed back for pulses
A. For Researchers
1. Development of wilt resistant variety in Red gram, gram and
lentil
2. Availability of palatable cultivars, e.g. Improved Red gram is
not so tasty as old one; Big size gram are, though, good yielder
but as raw water soaked grain are not so tasty.
3. Small seeded lentil is being less attacked by stray cattle due
to   bitterness   in   leaves.   Thus,   small   seeded   HYV   should   be
developed
B. For Development Agency
1. Availability of quality pesticides at village block level
2. Availability of much advocated Gypsum/Pyrite block level to
check the spread of salinity in the fields.
C. For Policy Consideration
1. Higher support price
2. Incentive to grow were like horticultural crops
3. Proper network of purchase centre.
(G) Farmer's reaction.
1. In pulses crops use of fertilizers are not by          and large as per
crop need resulting in luxurious growth with lower yield and more
disease & pest attack.
            Now, the balanced nutrition gave them proper yield and
more return.
2. The cultivars of lentil, gram and red gram were praised by
farmers
3. In oilseeds, they rarely use the mirror nutrient and sulphur.
But this time they realized the importance of micro-nutrient and
satisfied enough when they found it equally good even with local
cultivation
4. The grain setting behaviour of oilseed crop was appreciated by
the farmers.
(H) Extension and Training activities.
  I. Red gram
     Number of field days organized with date- 3; 21.8.05, 15.12.05, 14.3.05
     Number of participants-             164
     Number of Farmers Training with date-4; 23-12.05, 24-12.05, 4-5.3.06 &
      27-28.3.06
     Number of Participants - 270
  II. Gram
     Number of field days organized with date- 1; 10.3.06
     Number of participants-             58
     Number of Farmers Training with date-9; 20-24.10.05, 3-5.11.05,                        26-
      27.11.05 , 9-10.12.05, 10-11.1.06, 22-1.06, 4-5.2.06, 21-22.3.06.
     Number of Participants - 539
  III. Lentil
     Number of field days organized with date- 1; 12.3.06
     Number of participants-             54
     Number of Farmers Training with date- 6; 6-9.10.05, 20-24.10.05, 9-
      10.12.05, 22-23.12.05, 29-30.1.06, 19-20.3.06
     Number of Participants - 422
  IV. Toria
     Number of field days organized with date- 1; 25.12.05
     Number of participants-             44
     Number of Farmers Training with date- 4; 10.9.05, 15-16.9.05, 4-5.10.05,
      18-19.10.05
     Number of Participants - 165
  V. Mustard
     Number of field days organized with date- 1; 3.3.06
     Number of participants-             62
     Number of Farmers Training with date- 6;                            4-5.10.05, 12-13.12.05,
      22-23.12.05, 2-3.1.06, 27-28.1.06, 24-26.3.06Number of Participants - 397
8 (I) Result of F.L.Ds other than oilseed and pulses crops.


Season: Kharif                                                                     Year: 2005-06
         Crop                      Area (Ha)              No. of                Remarks
                         Proposed          Actual      farmers/demo

  Paddy (hy brid)           2.00               1.60            2       3 Cultivars of Hybrid were

                                                                       under evaluation

    Paddy (DSR)            30.00               32.00          20

         Paddy             10.00               8.50           10       Two cultivar under FLD

                                                                       with mannuring



Season: Rabi                                                             Year: 2005-06
         Crop                      Area (Ha)                  No. of               Remarks
                         Proposed          Actual      farmers/demo

Wheat                       5.00               5.00             7       Timely new sown wheat

                                                                        cultivar

Wheat                       5.00               5.00            20       Phalaris minor control

Sugar Cane                  1.50               1.50             3       Introduction of new

                                                                        cultivars

Rose                        0.20               0.20             9       Crop diversification

Tube Rose                   0.40               0.40            13       - Do-

Tomato                      0.20               0.20             4       Introduction

Cauliflower                 0.20               0.20             2       Introduction

Cabbage                     0.10               0.10             2       Introduction

Onion                       1.00               0.75             6       Introduction
8 (J) Results of FLD other than Oilseed and Pulses Crop .
Sl.   Crop     Variety                     Area    Demonstration                                     Remarks




                           of




                                                                                           Increa
                                 Farmers




                                                                           Local
                                                                                   check
No.




                                                                                           Yield


                                                                                           in(%)
                                           (ha)    yield (q/ha)




                           No.




                                                                                           se
                                                   High    Low.    Ave.
1     Paddy    PHB-71      2               1.60    70.0    65.0    67.5    48.0            40.6      PHB         was
               6444                                65.0    61.0    63.0                    31.1      found best

               KRH                                 63.0    57.0    60.0                    25.0
               R.          20              32.0    50.0    46.0    48.7    45.5            7.0       Net saving
                                                                                                     of Rs.1800/
               Sweta                       0
                                                                                                     ha.

               RM-1        10.0            8.50    68.5    51.0    62.7    58.9            9.5       Effective

                           --                                                                        weed control
               R. Sweta                    --      51.4    45.0    47.1    44.6            5.6
2     Wheat    HD-2733     7.0             5.00    49.0    40.0    46.3    33.8            36.9      Under     local
                                                                                                     condition    HD
               PBW-443                             47.0    41.0    45.1    33.8            33.4
                                                                                                     2733 is best

3     Maize    QPM         125             50.00    --      --      --        --                --   Harvesting
               Shaktiman                                                                             started
               Sr.

4     S.       BO -131     3               1.50     --      --      --        --                --   Crop
      Cane                                                                                           Standing
                                                                                                     Not yet
                                                                                                     harvested
5     Rose     Money       9               0.20     --      --      --        --                --   Crop
                                                                                                     establishmen
               Paul
                                                                                                     t

6     Tube     Single      13              0.40    65000   50000   56000   --              --        Rs.40-
                                                                                                     45000/ha
      Rose     Row                                 cuts    cuts    cuts

      Tori     Nayak       4               0.20    336     284     312.0   224             39.3      HYV
      a
8     Cauli    Amazine     2               0.20    225     219     222.0   186             19.4      An early
      flower                                                                                         promising
                                                                                                     variety
9     Cabb-    US 4001     2               0.10    238     223     230.5   197             17.0      -Do-
      age
10    Onion    AGRL        6               0.75    348     327     337.5   260             29.8      -Do-
9. (A) No. of On-farm trials


Crops     Variety/      Nutrient/       Croppin    Zero-       Weed          Insect/disease    Total
          Feed          Feed            g system   Tillage     management    management
          Evaluation    management
Paddy          1               1           --          1              1            1             5
Wheat          1               1           --          3              1            1             --
Lentil         --              1           --          1              1            1             4
Gram           --              1           --          1           --              1             3
Pea            --              1           --          1           --              --            --
Mustard        --              1           --          --          --              --            1
Tomato         1               1           ---         --          --              1             3
Cabbage        1               1           --          --          --              1             3
Caulifl        1               1           --          --          --              1             3
-ower


9 (B) Result of OFT
(i) An OFT was conducted to evaluation of RAU- 710 (R. Sweta) performance against existing non
scented medium duration fine rice. The treatment details are as follows with result.
Treatment                                             Mean yield (Q/ha.)
T1 - Control (Rupali)                                 42.7
T2 - Sonam                                            44.5
T3 - RAU - 710                                        48.1
Area - 4 ha.
Conclusion: - RAU - 710 has potential to replace the existing cultivars
(ii) A OFT was conducted on role of micronutrient in paddy
Treatment                                                                   Mean yield (Q / ha.)
T1 - Normal NPK with existing Practicing (control)                                 T1 - 54.3
T2 - Recommendation of NPK based on Soil Test value                               T2 - 59.8
T3 - T2 + Zn as foliar @ 2 gram / Lt.                                              T3 - 63.1
T4 - T2 + Baran (As Borax containing 10%) as foliar @ 2.5 gram / Lt.              T4 - 64.9
T5 - T4 + Zn also as Foliar @ 2 gram / Lt.                                        T5 - 66.7
Area - 3 Ha. Cv. RM - 1
Conclusion: Use of INM inclusive of Micro nutrient gives the best economic return.
(iii) An OFT was conducted on control of BPH through various treatment. The treatment and
corresponding results is as follows.
.                Treatment                                                    Mean yield (Q / ha.)
T1 - Control (Traditional)                                                            T1 - 46.3
T2 - T1+2 spray of Monocile @ 1 lt. / ha. (pre & post flowering )                     T2 - 50.7
T3 - T1+2 spray of Endosulphan @ 1.75 lt / ha. (pre & post flowering)                 T3 - 48.9
T4 - T1+ 2 spray of Imidachlorpide @ 250ml / ha. (pre & post flowering)               T4 - 56.8
T5 - T1+ 20 kg. Furadan (3G) @ 20 kg. / ha pre-flowering                              T5 - 54.5
Variety MTU - 7029 (The most popular and sensitive cultivar)
Area - 5.0 ha.


Conclusion: - Imidachloropid was found to be the best technical for BPH control. Furadon was
very close to the above. However, other chemicals were not up to make and had non significant
impact on the control of BPH.


 (iv) An OFT was conducted to evaluate the impact of soil treatment & seed treatment on the wilt
disease of lentil.
.                Treatment                                                Mean yield (Q / ha.)
T1 - Control Mean yield (Q / ha.)                                                T1 - 6.3
T2 - Seed treatment with Carbandazim @ 2 gm / kg seed                            T2 - 8.1
T3 - T2 + seed treatment with Trichoderma virdeae @ 4 gram / kg seed              T3 - 9.7
T4 - T2 + Soil Treatment with Tricoderma @ 4 kg / ha.                            T4 - 11.2
T5 - T3 + Soil Treatment with Tricoderma @ 4 kg / ha.                            T5 - 14.6


Area - 5.0 ha. Cv. PL - 639


Conclusion: - Seed and Soil treatment with Carbandazime & Tricoderma was significantly
superior to rest of the treatment. Since chemical alone was not found to check the latter stage
mortality (especially fruiting stage mortality) the yield was reduced.
(v) An OFT was conducted the evaluate the role of Sulpher in Mustard crops


Treatment                                                     Main yield
T1 - Recommended NPK - control                                  13.1
T2 - T1 + 10 kg / ha S as basal                                 15.3
T3 - T1 + 20 kg / ha S as basal                                 18.3
T4 - T1 +30 kg / ha S as basal                                  18.9
T5 - T1 + 3 gm / lt. water S as foliar 2 spray                  14.6
Area - 3 ha                                                    Cv. Pusa Jay kishan


Conclusion: - Use of Sulpher even as foliar has increased the yield showing the deficiency in soil.
However at the rate of 20 kg / ha Sulphur as found to be best. The increased level of Sulphur had
no significant impact on yield. It needs further trial which is going to repeated again.


(vi) An OFT was conducted to evaluate the impact of weedicides on control of Phalaris minor.
Treatment                                                       Main yield (Q/ha.)
       T1 - Control (No weeding)                                       T1 - 27.3
       T2 - T1 + Hand weeding                                        T2 - 40.7
       T3 - T1 + Isoproturan @ 1 kg. / ha a.i. post-émergence          T3 - 38.1
       T4 - T1 + stomp @ 3.3 lts / ha as pre-emergance                 T4 - 35.9
       T5 - T1 + Sulfosulfuran @ 75 g ai / ha. As T5 - 39.8T5- 39.8
Area - 6 ha    Cv. HD- 2643


Conclusion: - Use of chemical herbicide non selectively are not giving better yield. Only
Isoproturan & sulpho - sulphuran were significantly better controller of Phalaris Pre emergence
herbicide might have failed to give desired result due to cloddiness in the field because of high clay
content. It require more smoother field condition after planking which is difficult to achieve here.
9(C) No. of On-station trials
Crops          Variety/          Nutrient/      Cropping     Zero-     Weed         Insect/disease Total
               Feed              Feed           system       Tillage   management   management
               Evaluation        management
Paddy          01                01             -            01        01           01             05
Wheat          01                01             -            03        -            -              05
Lentil         01                -              -            01        01           -              3
Mustard        01                01             -            -         -            -              02
Total          04                03             -            05        02           01             15


10. (A) Literature Developed/Published.
1. Use of Rhizobium culture
2. Use of Borer
3. Cultivation of Rabi maize
4. Selection of lentil cultivation
5. Agronomy of gram
6. Disease management in Rabi pulses
7. IPM in oilseeds
8. Pest management in pulses through nematodes
9. Pulses production, protection & processing
10. Bio-control in oilseed crops
11. Low cost production technology for oilseed crops
12. INM for oilseed crops
13. CIPC for sprout suppression in potatoes during storage
14. Goat & Sheep production
15. Dairy farming
16. Farm mechanisation package for dry land agriculture
17. Bio-control in oilseeds
18. Safegaurd groundnut from aflaloxin contamination
19. Low cost and non monetary input technology for groundnut
20. Pests of soybean and their management
21. IPM in rice
22. Rejuvenations of old orchard
23. PHT and value condition in horticultural crops
24. Technologies for production of quality seed and planting material in horticulture crops
25. Pod borer & mosaic disease management in Green gram
26. Phalaris minor control in Wheat
27. Salient Points for Wheat seed production
28. Rice nursery pests
29. Selection of paddy cultivars
30. Disease & Pest control in Okra
31. Seed production technology in Okra
32. Package & Practices in Kharif Onion
33. Seed prod technology in Bottle gourd
34. Nursery management in Kharif onion
35. Pest & Disease management in Marigold
36. Cultivation of Mentha
37. Role of Bio-fertilizers in INM of paddy
38. Cultivation of Red gram
39. Use of Trichoderma for soil born disease management
40. Cultivation of red gram
41. Soil sampling importance
42. Integrated Rat control
43. Use of ZT under different situation
44. Safe grain storage
45. Scientific cultivation of Sugarcane
46. QPM Production
47. Cultivation of Jetropha (Bio-diesel)
48. Grow medicinal plant Aleovera
49. Commercial EFY cultivation
50. Brown management in paddy
11. Success Story /Case study if any


12. Constraints:
(a) Administrative-Under staffing (because of ambiguous nature of
job security
(b) Financial- NO clear guidance to meet the expanses during IInd
& part of IIIrd quarter (before release of funds)
(c) Technical: N.A.




13. FUNCTIONAL LINKAGE WITH DIFFERENT DEPARTMENTS.


Sl. No.           Name of Organisation                            Nature of Linkage
1.        Rajendra Agricultural     University 1   Exchange of Technical information
          Pusa, Samastipur
                                               2   Sac Meeting
                                               3   Guest Faculty
                                               4   Farmers visit & Vocational Training
                                               5   Soil Testing
                                               6   Seed Production Programme
                                               7   Extension & Research work
2.        IARI, Regional      Station,   Pusa, 1   Exchange of Technical information
          Samastiour
                                               2   Farmers visit & Vocational Training
                                               3   Seed Production Programme
3.        RCER,     ICAR,   Walmi     Complex, 1   Exchange of Technical information
          Patna
                                               2   Sac Meeting
                                               3   Guest Faculty
                                               4   Farmers visit & Vocational Training
                                               5   Extension & Research work
4.        CIMMYT INDIA, Bihar Chapter          1   Exchange of Technical information
                                               2   Extension & Research work
                                               3   Infrastructure development
5         ARI, RAU, Mithapur, Patna            1   Exchange of Technical information
                                               2   Sac Meeting
                                           3   Guest Faculty
                                           4   Soil Testing
                                           5   Seed Production Programme
                                           6   Extension & Research work
6.    L.R.S., Patna                        1   Exchange of Technical information
                                           2   Extension & Research work
7.    Faculty of Agriculture for BHU, 1        Exchange of Technical information
      Varanasi
                                           2   Seed Production Programme
8.    IIVR, Varanasi                       1   Exchange of Technical information
                                           2   Farmers visit & Vocational Training
                                           3   Seed Production Programme
9.    LRS Patna Vet. College, Patna        1   Exchange of Technical information
                                           2   Extension & Research work
10.   CIMAP, Kukrail, Lukhnow              1   Exchange of Technical information
                                           2   Seed Production Programme
                                           3   Extension & Research work
11.   District Agri. Department, Bhojpur   1   SAC Meeting
                                           2   Extension & Research work
12    DIC                                  1   Farmers visit & Vocational Training
                                           2   Extension & Research work
13    Dist. Animal Husbandry Department.   1   Technical Information.
                                           2   SAC Meeting.
                                           3   Extension & Research work.
14    IFFCO, KRIVKO, NFL, RCF              1   Farmers visit and Vocational Training.
                                           2   Guest Faculty.
                                           3   Extension & Research work.
15    Dist. Forest Department Bhojpur.     1   Technical Information.
                                           2   SAC Meeting.
                                           3   Extension & Research work
16                                         1   Farmers visit and Vocational Training.
                                           2   Infrastructure Development.
17    District Administration Bhojpur.     1   Technical Information.
                                           2   Farmers visit and Vocational Training.
                                           3   Infrastructure Development.
18    BREDA                                1   Technical Information.
                                                     2            Infrastructure Development.
19       SABCO, Patna                                1       Seed Production -Programme.
                                                     2       Extension & Research work
20       BHOR, Bhojpur,                              1       Farmers visit and Vocational Training.
21       NGOs (Swayamsiddha, BCCI, IHCB, 1                   Farmers visit and Vocational Training.
         ASEED, Bhojpur & VSS, Patna)
22       D.D. Patna, E. TV Bihar, AIR, Patna         1       For wider timely scientific information to
                                                             farmer & Rural Youth.
23       Hindi Daily News paper (Hindustan, 1                For wider timely scientific information to
         Dainik Jagran, Prabhat Khabar, Aaj)                 farmer & Rural Youth.
                                                     2       Circulation of information related to various
                                                             extension activities of K.V. K.


14. Performance of Demonstration units :- Poultry unit (Hatchery ) and mother orchard is likely
    to be established by end of year .

15. Performance of Instructional Farm
Sl.No. Name      Area      Variety    Date         of Date           of Cost        of Total      Gross    Remarks
       of Crop   Covered              Sowing          harvesting           inputs      Producti   Income
                 (Ha)                                                      (Rs.)       on
                                                                                       (Q)
1.     Rice      4.40      RM-1       23rd     July- 30th Oct. 30th 66000              163.10     97860
                                      9th Aug.05      Nov.05

                 1.04      R. Sweta   - Do-           30th Nov.05          13520       35.00      21000
                 2.20      MTU7029    - Do-           -Do-                 33000       83.30      49980
                 2.10      BPT5204    -Do-            -Do-                 31500       20.40      14280
                 0.96      PNR-381    25-27th
                                                      14-15th
                                      July05                               12480       22.75      13650
                                                      Oct.05
                 1.12      P-1176     -Do-
                                                      28-30th
                                                                           14580       34.20      20520
                                                      Nov.05
                 0.85      Sita       -Do-                                 11050       23.80      14280
                                                      -Do-
                           M-13        th
2.     Arhar     0.05                 8 June 05       10th        March    890         1.40       4200
                           HD-2733            th
3.     Wheat     2.37                 15-30           06                   29625       36.80      33120
                                                             th
                                      Nov.05          7-30         April
                                                      06
                 0.50      HUW-       15-30th                              6250        9.60       7680
                                                      -Do-
                           234        Dec. 05
                  0.30     HD-2643    -Do-                                 3750     10.20        8160
                  0.75     HD-2045    -Do-                  -Do-           6250     3.00         2400
                                           th
4.      Mustard   0.52     P. Bold    20 Nov05              -Do-           4200     2.04         5100
                                                            18-20th
                  0.20     Sivani     22nd Nov05            March 06       2050     0.60         1500
                                                            -Do-
                                           th
        Lentil                        18 Nov. 05
5.                0.20     PL-639                                          1800     0.72         2160
                                      10th Nov 05           25th March06
                  0.30     K - 75                                          2700     1.01         3030
                                                            27th March06                                 Seed
6.      Barseem   1.00     Vardan                                          115000   Fodder       45000
                                                th
                                      5-10           Dec.                                                damaged
                                                            3 Cut                   Production
                                      05                                                                 due to rain

* As Per I/C Farm Report. ; Return calculated for unprocessed seeds .



16. Utilization of Hostel Facilities.
Months                   No.          of Trainee days                      Reason for short fall
                         Trainees
                         stayed
Oct.-Dec.                       -                            -             Kharif crop harvesting
                                                                           & rabi sowing
Jan, 06                        145                          16                             Do
Feb, 06                        285                          16                             Do
March,06                       55                           05                             Do
April-June,06                   -                            -             Rabi        harvest             &
                                                                           Panchayat Election
July,06                        34                            6                             Do
Aug,06                         34                           11                             Do
Sept,06                        162                          11                             Do




17. Indicate any innovative technology or any innovative
     methodology of transfer of technology developed during the
     year.
1. K.V.K. Bhojpur has a strong linkage with Banks and District
Administration. If farmers are willing for their proper support,
they   are   being     asked    by   respective   officer   whether   the    idea
/technology had been taught /transferred by K.V.K. if yes, only
they are getting the maximum support. This had changed the trust
of K.V.K. large numbers of farmers are approaching for training
and asking the help in project formulation. Thus, the TOT is now
visible in many field of Agriculture entrepreneurial development.
18. Indicate any indigenous technology practiced by the farmers in
      the KVK operational area which can be considered for
      technology development.
(i) Feeding raw papaya fruits is common to increase the fertility
of milking animals
(ii) Application of caltrops (Aak) Latex (milk) for pricked thorns
removed is frequently done by farmers. It was found equally good
in human being also.
(iii) 4-5 spray of 45-50 days old Chhachh/Mattha (liquid left
after removal of butter from curd @ 8lt./ha at an interval of 15-
20 days after 30 days sowing was reported to save the paddy crops
from BPH and pod borer           in gram. People in good number are the
user of these techniques
(iv) After parturition, removal of placenta is at times detrimental
for animals. Farmers in this area had developed their own local
technology. They give their animals' paddy grains and bamboo green
leaves and it was found to be very effective.
(v) Some farmers tie a spoon of salt in a cotton cloth and put in
the    bin/tank   in    which    they   are   storing   rice   for   daily   use.
According to their observation, it keeps away insect and other
pests away from grain.
(vi) To protect the orchard from Blue bull farmers, who con not
afford barbed fencing, in this locality had dug 1.5 meter wide and
deep trenches around the plots. The raised bunds are used for
raising Opuntia, Tea, Sisam, Gamhar and other plants for further
protection and production
(vii)     For faster germination of vegetable seeds, water soaked
such seeds were firstly wrapped in banana/castor leaves. The seeds
were placed 2-3 feet deep inside the cow dung heap or in earthen
holes filled with soil. It results in germination of vegetable
seeds     particularly       during        mid    winter           or     pre-summer        when
temperature is low and detrimental for normal germination process.


19. Indicate the specific training need tools/methodology followed
    for
          - Identification         of    course       for    farmers/farm         women-     PRA
            survey bench mark survey, group discussion
          - Problem cause diagram
          - Feedback from District Agriculture Offices and NGO
          - Specific technology from Agriculture University
    Base     on   all      above        mentioned      technology          final      training
    programme        are     being      formulated          on     the    principal      "work
    experience." The training courses are thus tailored.
          - Rural Youth- Based on the tools used for farmers more
    Professional course are being identified. These courses are
    formulated primarily based on the local need and marketing
    perspective for encouragement of the new entrepreneur.
          - In-service personnel- As there is a good linkage between
    KVK and District Agriculture Department, proper feedback is
    being     received.        Based       on    that,       the        courses    had      been
    identified.       Even     under      specific          situation      as     desired    by
    Directorate         of     Agriculture            and        local     District      level
    officials, there are provisions to reschedule the courses.
    Therefore the main objective of technology diffusion on wider
    and     larger    scale     may      have     a    smoother          path   way    in   the
    operational area of KVK.
20. Programme undertaken by KVK financed by State Govt. / Other
Agencies.


Sl.No. Name of the programme                              Agency
1.      Sugarcane seed production programme               Cane Development Deptt. Govt.
                                                          of Bihar
2.      Commercial vermin compost production              Rashtriya      Samvikash      Yojana
                                                          Dist. Administration,Bhojpur
3.      Commercial floriculture (for R.Y)                                Do
4.      Promotion of ZT & RCT                             CIMMYT, India
5.      Cultivation of Medicinal plant                    R.A.U., Pusa
6.      Crop diversification with floriculture                           Do
7.      FLD on wheat                                      DWR, Karnal, Hissar
8.      Promotion of Poultry for SHG (especially women)   DRDA, Bhojpur


20.   (A)   Indicate      the      seed/seedling    produced       and    sold    to      the
farmers.                                    For all Crops.
Sl.No. Crop             Variety                     Quantity               Quantity
                                                    (in quintals)          Sold (Q)
1       Paddy           MTU- 7029 F/S                     42.00                  31.60
                        MTU-7029C/S                       63.00                  65.10
                        RAU - 710 C/S                     53.20                  10.76
                        RM - 1 F/S                        261.00                 101.90
                        PNR- 381 C/S                      11.20                  10.20
                        Sita C/S                           5.00                   3.80
                        R. Basmati F/S                     4.80                   4.20
                        P 1176 C/S                        28.00                   6.55
                        P -44 C/S                          4.30                   ---
2.      Lentil          L - 4076 F/S                       3.00                   2.75
                        L- 4076 C/S                        8.10                   7.50
                        PL -639 F/S                        1.02                   0.88
                      PL -693 C/S                       4.58            3.85
                      K-75 C/S                          3.60            3.25
                      L-9-12                            1.40            1.10
                      Arun C/S                          1.50            1.42
3.      Rai           RAUTS -17                         0.50            0.21
                      Jagarnath T/L                     0.80
                      P. Bold F/S                       2.35            1.94
                      R. Chhaspaka T/L                  0.42            0.15

4.      Linseed       Garima F/S                0.46            0.28
5.      Bar seem      Vardan C/S                0.35            0.28
6.      Wheat         HD - 2643 F/S             7.66            7.38
                      HD -2643 C/S              17.94           18.93
                      HUW -234 F/S              5.75            5.60
                      HUW -234 C/S              11.15           10.80
                      HD - 2733 F/S             8.86            8.70
                      HD -2733 C/S              24.46           23.90


(B) For all Crops. N A


(C) Village seed production:
For all Crops.
  Sl.              Crop               Variety      Quantity       Quantity
  No.                                           (in Quintals)           Sold
                                                                 (Quintals)
01.     Paddy                       RM-1                1800            1500
                                    R. Sweta            200             190
                                    MTU-7029            2800            2200
02.     Wheat                       HD-2643             800             780
                                    HUW-234             1000            1000
                                    HD-2733             500             430
03.     Lentil                      L-4076              200             200
                                    PL-639              300             300
04.     Potato                      K. Ashoka           6000            5800
05.    Sugarcane                    CoP-9206                  1200               1200


21. Impact of Training Programme

Sl.   Name of Specific Technology   No.       of     %        Change in Income (Rs.)

No.   /Skill transferred            Trainee        Adoption   Before Training After

                                                              (Rs. Unit)       Training (Rs.

                                                                               Unit)

1.    Direct       seed     wheat 418              90%        2,400/Acre       3,200/Acre

      with Z.T.

2.    Cultivation              of 25               80%        -                16,000/Acre

      marigold

3.    Potato                seed 45                60%        22,000/Acre      29,000/Acre

      production

4.    BHP control in paddy          200            80%        3,200/Acre       4,900/Acre

5.    Use of boron in wheat         68             65%        2,200/Acre       3,000/Acre

6.    Scientific                    105            75%        3900/Acre        5100/Acre

      cultivation of lentil

7.    Cultivation              of 24               40%        -                11,000/Acre

      menthe(Aromatic

      plants)

8.    Production       of   paddy 30               65%        4200/Acre        8300/Acre

      c.v. RM-1

9.    Commercial                    815            90%        -                500-

      Vermicompost                                                             800/Person

      production                                                               per months

22. Field Activities
i. Number of village adopted:                            04
ii.Number of Farm Families Selected:                     50
      iii. Number of Survey/PRA conducted:                    02
      23. Other Extension Activities
Activities                               Date       No.   of             No. of Extension
                                                    beneficiaries        Functionaries
                                                    (Farmers/Rural
                                                    Youth)
                                                     M    F        Total M    F      Total
A. Field day on
1. Hybrid Rice PHB-71 (Kasap)            6.10.05    38    -        38    4    -      4
2. DSR-paddy c.v. R. Sweta (Adaura)      7.10.05    32    -        32    6    -      6
3. Sugercane c.v. CoP-9206 (Hardiya)     17.10.05   39    -        39    5    -      5
4. Paddy c.v. R.Sweta (Chhotaki          20.10.05   52    -        52    8    -      8
Sasaram)
5. Toria c.v. RAUTS-17 (Khajuriya)       31.10.05   28    -        28    4    -      4
6. Redgram cv M.13 (Sikariya)            15.12.05   42    -        42    6    -      6
7. Potato K. Poklhraj (Gaudar)           15.12.05   95    -        95    6    -      6
8. Toria c.v. RAUTS-17 (Khajuriya)       25.12.05   40    -        40    4    -      4
9. Onion (Haradia)                       13.1.06    95    -        95    7    -      7

10. ZT wheat PBW-443 (Khajuriya)         15.1.06    54    -        54    7    -      7

11. Field day on wheat c.v. HD-2643      19.2.06    65    -        65    4    -      4

(Jagdishpur)
12. Field day on mustard c.v. Rajindra   3.3.06     57    -        57    5    -      5

sarson-1(Majhiyawn)
13. Okra var. VRO-6 (Saraiya)            6.3.06     78    -        78    7    -      7

14. Field day on Gram c.v.p.-256         10.3.06    50    -        50    8    -      8

(Diuol)
                                         12.3.06    48    -        48    5    -      5
15. Field day on Lentil c.v. L-4070
(Dhamar)
                                         14.3.06    75    -        75    8    -      8
16. Field day on Red gram c.v. M-13
(Gidha)
17. Tube rose (Sikariya)               25.3.06   95   -   95   5    -   5
18. Field day on Sugarcane c.v. BO-    1.6.06    44   -   44   5    -   5
137 (Jagdishpur)
19. Field day on ZT DSR (Jagdishpur)   5.6.06    23   -   23   7    -   7
20. Field day on ZT DSR with control   16.6.06   27   -   27   5    -   5
Traffic (Sikariya halt)
21. Field day on ZT DSR with control   16.6.06   35   -   35   5    -   5
Traffic (Barhar Tola)
22. Field day on DSR cv.R.Sweta        7.7.06    75   -   75   8    -   8
(Giddha)
23. Field day on DSR with ZT (Giddha) 26.8.06    41   -   41   10   -   10

24. Field day on Red gram c.v. M-13   26.8.06    38   -   38   12   -   12

(Nayka Tola

Total
2.Seminar/Workshop
1.Formation of District Rural Industries   28.11.05   04    -   04    65   -    65
Project (DRIP)-NABARD
2. Dairy Fisheries , Medicinal &           21-        7     -   7     53   2    55
Aromatic plants perspective in             23.12.05
Bhojpur- NABARD
3.GOPP workshop on DRIP -                  16-        16    -   16    45   12   57
NABARD                                     18.1.06


4. Prospects of Aromatic plants in         23.4.06    142   -   142   13   -    13
Jagdishpur Area-DAO, Ara
5. Importance of Sugarcane in crop         6.5.06     364   -   364   16   -    16

diversification-Cone Development,
Patna
6. Role of mechanization in crop           18.7.06    5     -   5     38   -    38

production-DAO,Ara
7. Importance of fruit & vegetable in      18.7.06    5     -   5     38   -    38

crop diversification - DAO, Ara
                                           2.8.06     4     -   4     44   -    44
8.Stress management in paddy- DAO,
Ara
                                           10.8.06    141   -   141   10   -    10
9. Crop diversification medicinal plants
                                           23.8.06    7     -   7     48   -    48
10. PLP meeting for Agro-financing


Total
3. Kishan Goshthi
1. Role of Herbicide in modern           8.10.05    52    -   52    6     -    6
Agriculture (Ara)-K.V.K. Ara
2. Role of ZT machine in RCT (Ara)-      12.10.05   48    -   48    5     -    5
K.V.K. Ara
3. Use of Bio-fertilizer in gram & Red   5.11.05    40    -   40    7     -    7

gram (Ara)-K.V.K. , Ara
4. Nutrient management I Agri-Horti      25.11.05   -     -   -     10    2    12

system (Brahampur) NHRDFC, Patna
5. Role of Bio-fertilizer in wheat       27.11.05   10    -   10    13    -    13

nutrition (Jagdispur)-IFFCO, Ara
6.Role of Bio-pesticides in rabi crop    8.12.05    75    -   75    460   30   490

production (Buxar)- DAO, Buxar
7. Commercialization of onion & potato 18.1.05      84    -   84    12    -    12

(Ara)- NHRDFC, Patna
                                         22.1.06    45    -   45    6     -    6
8. Weed management in wheat (Ara)-
K.V.K. Ara


9. Post harvest management in Rabi
                                         5.2.06     38    -   38    7     -    7
pulses (Piro)-DAO, Bhojpur
10. Intercropping in sugarcane (Piro)-
                                         26.2.06    49    -   49    6     -    6
K.V.K., Ara
11. Summer cucurbits cultivation
                                         20.4.06    26        26    4     -    4
(Piro)-DAO, Bhojpur
12. Nutrient management in old
                                         24.4.06    155       155   9     -    9
orchards(Jagdishpur)-DAO, Bhojpur
13. Crop Diversification with
                                         10.8.06    493       493   7     -    7
Medicinal plant (Bhabhua)-DAO,
Bhojpur
14. IPM in Kharif vegetable crops
(Bihiya)-Biostadt India                14.8.06   77    -   77    7    -   7


15. Nutrient & weed management in 29.8.06        400   -   400   10   -   10
paddy (Rajpur)-DAO, Bhojpur
16.   Role   of   crop    planning   & 15.9.06   300   -   300   8    -   8
Mechanization for better crop yield
(Nawanapar)-DAO, Buxar
17. Importance of pulses & oilseed for 16.9.06   501   -   501   14   -   14
economic return (Ara)-DAO, Bhojpur
(Ara)-DAO, Ara
4. Kishan Mela At
1. Buxar                                    8.12.05         1335 -         1335   15   -   15
2. Simari                                   28.12.05        1025 -         1025   12   -   12

3. Chausa                                   16.1.06         1000 -         1000   10   -   10

4. Chausa                                   11.3.06         975    -       975    10   -   10

5. Bihiya                                   19.3.06         1100 -         1100   8    -   8

6. Buxar.                                   23.3.06         1450 -         1450   18   -   18

7. Rajpur                                   25.3.06         800    -       800    8    -   8

8. Ara                                      13.4.06         203    -       203    12   -   12

9. Piro                                     20.4.06         1065 -         1065   8    -   8

10. Jagdishpur                              23.4.06         3500 -         3500   45   -   45
                                            10.8.06         1380 -         1380   18   -   18
11. Bhabhua
                                            29.8.06         1190 -         1190   8    -   8
12. Rajpur
                                            15.9.06         476    -       476    12   -   12
13. Nawanagar
                                            16.9.06         1420 -         1420   25   -   25
14. Ara
                                            20.9.06         490    -       490    12   -   12
15. Piro


   5. Radio Talk AIR, Patna                                       DR.P.K. Dwivedi (Argon)
          1. Agronomic practices in Rabi pulses & oilseed              :
          2. Phone in-live on oilseed and wheat production             :
          3. Control of aphid in mustard crop                          :
          4. Agronomic practices in standing rabi crops                :
          5. Rice nursery management                                   :
          6. Disease management of Kharif red gram                     :
          7. Cultivation of Toria as contingency crop planning         :
          8. Agronomic practices in Rabi pulses & oilseed              :
          9. Phone in-live on oilseed and wheat production
          10. Control of aphid in mustard crop
          11. Agronomic practices in standing rabi crops
          12. Rice nursery management
          13. Disease management of Kharif Red gram
   14. Cultivation of Toria as contingency crop planning
6. A. TV Show (D.D. Patna)
         DR.P.K. Dwivedi (Argon)
1. Live crop seminar                                          : 14.12.2005
2. Cultivation of summer green gram
3. Parthenium control
4. Phone-in live on rice cultivars information
5. Cultivation of scented rice in Bihar
6. Seed treatment and nutrient management in Red gram
7. Establishment of vermin compost unit
8. Timely disease insect management in paddy

B. E TV. Show                    DR. P.K. DWIVEDI
October:2005
   1.          Crop management of medicinal plant Aleovera
   2.          Information on crop management of Aswagandha
   3.          Wilt management in Red gram
   4.          Pod borer control in Green gram
   5.          BHC management in Sorghum
   6.          Leaf spot and wilt disease management in sugarcane
   7.          Milibug, White fly, and Pyrila control in sugarcane
   8.          IPM in stem borer of sugarcane

November:
   9.          IPM in carrot
   10.         Important insects of potato
   11.         Disease management in potato
   12.         Fruit fly control in cucurbits
December:
   13.         Pod borer control in Red gram
   14.         Wilt disease management in gram
   15.         Pod borer management in Pea
January-2006
   16.         Foliar application of nutrient in wheat
   17.         Control of top borer in Maize
   18.         Crop management in Wheat intercrop-mustard
February:
   19.      Water and seed management in spring sugarcane
   20.      Importance of Bio-fertilizer in Agriculture
   21.      Onion as an intercrop in sugarcane
   22.      Agronomic management in Maize
March:
   23.      Fodder production in summer
   24.      Precaution before use of old wells
   25.      How to use safely the spray machine
   26.      Control of loose smut in wheat
April:
   27.      Importance and advantages of solar energy
   28.      Pre & post harvest management in wheat
   29.      Pod borer and YVM control in green gram
   30.      Seed processing in Bar seem
   31.      Stem borer and grass hopper control in sugarcane
May:
   32.      Soil testing and soil sampling
   33.      Pre purchase precaution in seeds
   34.      Precautions prior to fertilizer purchase
   35.      Crop management in Red gram & Sorghum intercropping
   36.      Pod borer management in green gram
   37.      Mosaic disease management in green gram
   38.      Pre and post harvest management in wheat
   39.      Preventive measures during wheat storage
June:
   40.      SRI techniques of rice
   41.      Seed treatment for Red gram control
   42.      Seed and sowing of green gram
   43.      Top and stem borer control in Maize
   44.      Crop choice & suitable time for raising green manure
   45.      Black bug management in sugarcane
   46.      Smut management in sugarcane
   47.      Pyrilla control in sugarcane
July:
   48.      Control of Pantheism grasses
   49.      Milibug control in sugarcane
  50.        Wilt disease in sugarcane
  51.        Use of ZT in rice cultivation
  52.        Wilt disease in sugarcane
  53.        Seedling treatment of rice
  54.        Sowing of red gram with ZT
  55.        Cultivation of DSR with ZT
  56.        Weed management in Maize
  57.        Nursery management of Bio-diesel plant Jetropha
  58.        Biological control of seed born disease in rice
  59.        Water & N management in transplant rice
  60.        Role of micro-nutrient in scented rice
  61.        Use of Cono- weeder in paddy field
  62.        Chemical weed control in transplanted rice
  63.        Wilt disease management in red gram
  64.        Zinc and boron application in paddy
  65.        Leaf folder control in rice
  66.        Stem borer control in paddy.
  67.        Top borer management in maize
August:
  68.        Role of Sulpher in Kharif crops
  69.        Foliar application of P in paddy
  70.        Foliar application of Zn in paddy
  71.        Biological control of rice insect pest
  72.        Suitable cultivation of Toria.
  73.        Termite control in sugarcane
  74.        Use of bio-fungicide & bio-pesticides
  75.        Control of water hyacinth
  76.        Herbal insecticides preparation by farmers
  77.        BPH control in rice
  78.        BLB control in rice
  79.        Leaf folder management in red gram
September:
  80.        Red rot management in sugarcane
  81.        Sheath blight control in paddy
  82.        Intercropping in sugarcane
  83.        Selection of lentil cultivars
  84.        Selection of gram for timely and late sown condition
  85.         Suitable mustard cultivars
  86.         Use of bio-fertilizers in rabi crops
Hort.                           Nilesh Kumar
October-2005
  1.       Nursery management in chili
  2.       Nursery management in tomato
  3.       Nursery management in brinjal
  4.       Insect management in Cole crops
  5.       Plant protection in onion
November:
  6.       Control of fruit in guava
  7.       Management of powdery mildew in okra
  8.       Phomopsis blight control in brinjal
  9.       Control of citrus canker in lime
December:
  10.      Citrus butterfly management in lime
  11.      Black spot and fruit rot disease control in chilli
  12.      Stem rot disease in papaya
  13.      Mosaic disease management in papaya
  14.      Fusarium wilt control in guava
January-2006
  15.      IPM in spinach
  16.      Stem borer control in Cole crops
  17.      Aphids and semi looper control in cabbage
  18.      Brinjal shoot and fruit borer management
  19.      Loran thus management in Mango
  20.      Control of damping off and fruit rot in tomato
February
  21. Protective measure to save nursery from frost
  22. Control of sterility mosaic in Papaya
  22. IPM for fruit borer in tomato
  23 Control of tobacco caterpillar in tomato
  21.  Nematode control in tomato
  22.  Harmful insect of chili and their control
  23.  Control of black spot and mosaic in chili
  24.  Powdery mildew control in pea
  25.  Late blight control in potato
   26.   BLB control in tomato
   27.   Root knot nematode control in brinjal
   28.   Crop & seed management in cowpea
   29.   Improved cultivars and scientific management in bottle gaurd
   30.   Crop management in okra
   31.   BPH control in mango
March:
   32.   Agronomical management onion
   33.   Disease management in jackfruit
   34.   Digging of sweet potato and storage
   35.   Water management in mango
   36.   Management of old orchard
   37.   Digging and storage of potato
   38.   Sowing of sponge gourd
April:
   39.   Seed treatment and cultivation of ridge guard
   40.   Disease and Red pumpkin beetle control in bottle gourd
   41.   Crop management and plant production in onion
   42.   Importance of foliar spray in orchards
   43.   Intercropping of onion with sun flower
   44.   Disease and insect management in sunflower
May:
   45.   Water management in vegetables
   46.   Fruit borer control in okra
   47.   Storage & digging of onion
   48.   Cultivation of ginger
   49.   Gummosis management in bottlegaurd
   50.   Pod borer control in cowpea
   51.   Fruit rot and mosaic disease control in sponge gourd
   52.   Mosaic disease control in cucumber
   53.   Anthracnose control in mango
   54.   Black tip management in mango
   55.   Crop management in papaya
   56.   Leaf folder control in brinjal
   57.   Mill bug control in mango
June:
   58.   Disease control in vegetable nursery
   59.    Raised bed nursery in Kharif
   60.    Use of poly house for vegetable nursery
   61.    Soil born insect control in nursery
   62.    Seed selection for healthy brinjal crop
   63.    Variety seed and seedling of tomato
   64.    Nursery raising of Kharif onion
   65.    Management of red pumpkin beetle and cucumber
   66.    Insect control in brinjal & chilli nursery
   67.    Air layering in guava
   68.    Varietal choice of guava
   69.    Prevailing operations of fruit crops
July:
   70.    Control of powdery mildew in okra
   71.    Improved c.v. & seedling tech. in cucumber
   72.    Control of blight in E.F. yam
   73.    Control of downy mildew in bottlegaurd
   74.    Control of Anthracnose in cucumber
   75.    Air layering in citrus
   76.    Control of root knot nematodes in bottle guard.
   77.    Inarching in mango
   78.    Crop management in chilli
   79.    Crop management in papaya
   80.    Control of red mites in brinjal
August:
   81.  Leaf folder control in turmeric
   82.  Agronomical practice during early stage of cauliflower
   83.  Harvesting PHT in rainy season guava
   84. Cultural operations in bottlegaurd during fruiting &disease
   management in sponge guard in Kharif

   84.    Downy mildew in cucumber & their control
   85.    Control of stem borer in ginger
   86.    Control of Epilachna beetle in brinjal
   87.    Veneer grafting in mango
Sept.:
   88.    Selection of early potato cultivars
   89.    Wilt control in brinjal
   90.    Disease management in tomato
     91.    Role of boron in potato
   92.    Insect control in cauliflower
   93.    Water management in potato
  24. Detail of K.V.K. Bank Accounts
                          Name of the Bank    Location                ACCT.No.

a.   With    the Bank of India                Sone Bhawan             13383
Host Institute                                Patna,800001
b. With the KVK Bank of Baroda                Nawada, Ara             2007088
                                              Bhojpur-802301          2009280

25. Status of Revolving Fund (Rs. In Lakhs) for three years.
Year            Total             Opening      Audited Farm               Net balance in
                Sanctioned        Balance      Expenditure                hand


2002-03                           4,73,295.60 558181.55                   (-)84885.95
2003-04                           684030.50    525974.15                  158056.35
2004-05                           583941.50    441064.00                  142887.50
N.B. No fixed deposit


26. Participation/Visit of K.V.K. Scientist in Seminar /Training
Programme for HRD
Sl.        Programme                  Venue              Duration         Person
No.
1.         National         KVK NAS complex              27-29.10.05      Dr. P.K. Dwivedi
           conference,2005
2.         Workshop on FLD of R.A.U. Pusa                19-20.12.05      Sh. S.B.K. Shashi
           oilseed and pulses
3.         Interactive              Do                   26.4.06              Do
           Workshop of K.V.K.
4.         SREP for ATMA            Do                   17-21.8.06       Sh. Nilesh Kumar
                                                                          SMS(Hort.)
5.         R.W.C. New                 WALMI,     RCER. 24.8.06            Sh. S.B.K. Shashi
           approaches of RCT          ICAR, Patna
6.         Sensitisation     on       Z.C.Unit, Zone 28-31.8.06           DR. P.K. Dwivedi
           workshop on K.V.Ks.        IV, Kanpur                          P.C.
7.         SREP for ATMA              K.V.K., Ara      2-6.9.06           1.Sh.Nilesh   Kumar
                                                                          Sms(Hort.)
                                                                          2.Sh.   Sunil   Kr.
                                                                          Farm Manager

                                                                   (Dr.PK.Dwivedi)
                                                                    Programme Coordinator

								
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