REVISED PROFORMA FOR ANNUAL REPORT

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					                       ANNUAL REPORT April 2007- March 08
      1. GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT THE KVK

      1.1. Name and address of KVK with phone, fax and e-mail
      Address               Telephone     E mail
      Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Office FAX    kvkbhojpur@rediffmail.com
      SCADA, Japanese Farm      06182-     06182-
      Katira, Ara, Bhojpur,     223733     234014
      Bihar – 802301                       (pp)


      1.2 .Name and address of host organization with phone, fax and e-mail
      Address              Telephone             E mail
                           Office    FAX
      Sone Command Area         0612-       0612-
      Development Agency        2230572     2228286
      (SCADA) Sone Bhawan,
      Daroga Pd. Ray Path,
      Sone Bhawan 6th floor
      Patna – 800001

      1.3. Name of the Programme Coordinator with phone & mobile No
             Name                   Telephone / Contact
                            Residence Mobile       Email
      Dr. Pravin Kumar          06182-          9431066580     pravin_agron
      Dwivedi                   237989                         @rediffmail.com
      Programme Co-ordinator




      1.4. Year of sanction:
           (Reference of Sanction Order)

                       5(1)/93, KVK, (AE-1): Date 06-07-1994

      1.5. Staff Position (as on 1st March2008)

                                                                         Pay
                                                                                                           Category
                        Name of                                         Scale
Sl.    Sanctioned                                                                 Date of     Permanent     (SC/ST/
                           the        Designation      Discipline        with
No.       post                                                                    joining     /Temporary     OBC/
                       incumbent                                      present
                                                                                                            Others)
                                                                        basic
1     Programme        Dr. Pravin     Sr. Scientist-   Agronomy       12000-     2.06.2001    Permanent    Others
      Coordinator      Kumar          cum-P.C.                        183000
                       Dwivedi                                        (14520)
2     Subject Matter   Sri Nilesh     SMS (Hort.)      Horticulture   8000-      9.10.1996    -Do-         -Do-
      Specialist       Kumar                                          13500
                                                                      (10750)
3     Subject Matter   Smt. Supriya   SMS (H. Sc.)     Home Sci.      8000-      11.08.2001   -Do-         OBC
      Specialist       Verma                                          13500
                                                                      (9650)
4     Subject Matter   Vacant         --               --             --         --           --           --
      Specialist
5     Subject Matter   Vacant         --               --             --         --           --           --
      Specialist
6     Subject Matter   Vacant         --               --             --         --           --           --
                                                                                                                2

     Specialist
7    Subject Matter    Vacant        --              --                --       --           --            --
     Specialist
8    Programme         Shashi        P.A.            Agriculture       5500-    7.12.2000    -Do-          OBC
     Assistant         Bhushan                                         9000
                       Kumar                                           (6550)
                       Shashi
9    Computer          Pankaj        P.A.            Computer          5500-    1.01.2001    -Do-          Other
     Programmer        Kumar         Computer                          9000
                                                                       (6550)
10   Farm Manager      Sunil Kumar   Farm            Agriculture       5500-    6.02.2001    -Do-          OBC
                                     Manager                           9000
                                                                       (6550)
11   Accountant /      Sita Ram      Accountant      Accounts          1400-    4.10.2001    On            OBC
     Superintendent    Prasad                                          2200                  Deputation
12   Stenographer      Radha         Jr.             Computer          4000-    18.12.2000   Permanent     Others
                       Krishn Nair   Stenographer                      6000
                                     cum                               (4600)
                                     Computer
                                     Operator
13   Driver            Mahabir       Tractor         --                3050-    2.12.2000    -Do-          SC
                       Ram           Driver                            4590
                                                                       (3500)
14   Driver            Gopal         Car Driver      --                3050-    6.12.2000    -Do-          OBC
                       Kumar                                           4590
                                                                       (3500)
15   Supporting        Ramashankar   Office          --                2550-    6.12.2000    -Do-          SC
     staff             Ram           attendant                         3200
                                                                       (2880)
16   Supporting        Baby Kumari   -Do-            --                2550-    7.06.2001    -Do-          Others
     staff                                                             3200
                                                                       (2880)

     1.6.     Total land with KVK (in ha)                          :

     S. No.    Item                                                             Area (ha)
     1         Under Buildings                                                  3.00
     2.        Under Demonstration Units                                        1.50
     3.        Under Crops                                                      12.50
     4.        Orchard/Agro-forestry                                            1.50
     5.        Others                                                           1.21

     1.7.     Infrastructural Development:
              A) Buildings

                                          Source                                 Stage
                                             of                Complete                               Incomplete
     S.
                  Name of building        funding                Plinth                                Plinth
     No.                                            Completion          Expenditure Starting                    Status of
                                                                 area                                  area
                                                      Date                 (Rs.)       Date                   construction
                                                                (Sq.m)                                (Sq.m)
     1.     Administrative                ICAR      June 2001     550
            Building                                                     74 lakhs
     2.     Farmers Hostel                ICAR         -Do-       300     (Apr.)
     3.     Staff Quarters (6)            ICAR         -Do-       200
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4.   Demonstration Units (2)
        i)       Poultry Unit
        ii)      Distillation     DRDA        Sept. 2007       500
                 Unit for         Bhojpur                     birds
                 Medicinal &      -Do-                       1.5 ton
                 Aromatic plant
        iii)     Vermi
                 Compost Unit

                                  Sam         April 2006        3 qt.
                                  Vikash
                                  Yojana
                                  G.O.I.
5    Fencing
6    Rain Water harvesting
     system
7    Threshing floor
8    Farm go down
     B) Vehicles

                                                Kms. run
         Type of      Year of       Cost                                Total Kms.
                                                during the                                Present status
         vehicle     purchase       (Rs.)                                  run
                                                year
        Maruti   1995             189853.90                               98791           Running
        (BR-3
        7839)
        Raj Doot 1995             34379.00           4560                 54735           -Do-
        (BR-1F
        8380)
        (BR-1F   1995             34379.00           1430                 51816           -Do-
        8381)
        Kinetic  1995             33638.60           1380                 9083
        (BR-1F
        7205)
       C) Equipments & AV aids

                                                                                  Cost           Present
         Name of the equipment               Year of purchase
                                                                                  (Rs.)           status
         Home Science
         Usha Empress Sewing                      2000                        2008           Working
         Machine
         Usha Foot operated                       2000                        2569           -Do-
         sewing machine
         Usha flora Embroidery                    2000                        4600           -Do-
         machine
         Dim-Display System (2                    2000                        34238          -Do-
         No.)
         Papad pressure                           2001                        4690           -Do-
         Machine
         Pulverize with 2Hp                       2001                        21183          -Do-
         electric machine
         Horticultural
         Garden instrument                        2003                        3683           -Do-
         Office
         Typewriter machine                       2000                        11050          -Do-
         (English)
         Multi pad kit 7                          2000                        11940          -Do-
         Dim DTS Display                          2000                        14990          -Do-
         System (4 set)
                                                                                                      4

          Kodek Camer Model                      2000                1895.00    -Do-
          KB 20
          Phillips Tape, Radio                   2000                1175.00    -Do-
          Model 170
          A.V. Aids
          Photophone 35mm                        1995                12665.00   -Do-
          Lineer Tray for 36                     1995                381.00     -Do-
          slides
          Circular Tray for 120                  1995                818.00     -Do-
          slides
          Carrying case                          1995                600.00     -Do-
          Auto Timer                             1995                515.00     -Do-
          Plastic Map Type                       1995                700.00     -Do-
          Screen
          Spare Halogen Lamp                     1995                390.00     -Do-
          Voltage Stabilizer 2.5                 1995                2173.47    -Do-
          KVA
          Ahuja Amplifira player                 1995                4735.15    -Do-
          Mike Model Asm 580                     1995                1385.10    -Do-
          Mike Model CTP 10m                     1995                473.60     -Do-
          Ahuja Sound Column                     1995                850.55     -Do-
          Model SCM15
          Ahuja Sound SCM 15T                    1995                961.00     -Do-
          Mike Stand DGT                         1995                229.00     -Do-
          Furniture A/C
          Godrej Storwell (3 No.)                1995                15837.60   -Do-
          Premium Chair                          1995                5222.60    -Do-
          Sleet Table T.8 (4                     1995                13023.00   -Do-
          Units)
          Godreg Armless Chair                   1995                9748.00    -Do-
          PCH 7004 (4 Units)
          Godrej Armless Chair                   1995                3951.00    -Do-
          CHE 4 (5 No.)
          Godrej Chair CHR 7 (4                  1995                3811.00    -Do-
          No.)
          Godrej premium Table                   1995                11987.20   -Do-
          HGERU
          Z. T. Machine 9 Tyne                   2007                23000.00   -Do-
          Z.T. Machine 11 Tyne                   2007                24500.00   -Do-
          Computer                               2007                39000.00   -Do-
          Laptop                                 2007                37000.00   -Do-
          Acer LCD Projector                     2007                48375.00   -Do-
          H. P. Print Scanner Fax                2007                20384.00   -Do-
          Submersible Pump                       2007                59850.00   -Do-

1.8. A). Details SAC meeting* conducted in the year

 Sl.No.   Date                 Number of Participants   Salient Recommendations        Action taken
 1.
 2.

* Attach a copy of SAC proceedings along with list of participants
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2. DETAILS OF DISTRICT (2007-08)

2.1   Major farming systems/enterprises (based on the analysis made by the KVK)
S. No          Farming system/enterprise
1               Rice – Wheat – Fallow + Dairy
2               Vegetable – Wheat – Fallow + Dairy
3               Vegetable – Flower – Flower + Dairy
4               Agriculture + Poultry
5               Dairy + Sheep

2.2    Description of Agro-climatic Zone & major agro ecological situations (based on soil
and topography)

S. No           Agro-climatic Zone                         Characteristics
                III B South Bihar Old Alluvial Plains      Longitude – 85o 45’E – 85o 15’ E
                                                           Latitude 25o 15’N – 25o 46’N
                                                           Altitude – 195.98 m above MLS
                                                           Avg. Rain fall – 1040 mm
                                                           RH – 35 – 95%
                                                           Lowest Temp. – 4o C
                                                           Highest Temp. – 45o C
                                                           Mean Daily maximum – 39.5 – 41.3o C
                                                           Climate – Tropical monsoon with mild
                                                           winter

S. No           Agro ecological situation                   Characteristics
1               Southern part Canal irrigated               Upland (0 – 3 % slope) 15 18 % of
                                                            Area course are deep, light to medium
                                                            (top) and medium to heavy sub soil in
                                                            texture and neutral to slight alkaline in
                                                            reaction
                                                            Medium Upland 80 % of Area deep,
                                                            medium heavy to heavy (surface) and
                                                            heavy (sub soils) in texture and neutral
                                                            to slight by alkaline in relation
                                                            Ferruginous and calcium carbonate
                                                            concentration and polygonal cracks are
                                                            also observed
                                                            The low land covering about 2.5 % of
                                                            the area heavy textured .
                Northern part Rain fed                      The area being a part of vast Gangetic
                                                            alluvial in practically flat fertilizer and
                                                            production. The alluvial deposits are
                                                            shallow to deep and well developed
                                                            soil profiles.
                                                            The alluvium is the result of
                                                            transportation and deposition of
                                                            sediments by the over flooded river
                                                            The primary minerals quartz,
                                                            feldspars, muscovite, biotitic,
                                                            amphiboles, pyroxenes and opaque
                                                            minerals.
                                                            The area is upland medium upland and
                                                            medium lowland. The first part of
                                                            upland being heavy textured extended
                                                            along both side of river and second
                                                            part being sandy in nature in the
                                                            western most parts. The medium
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                                                                   upland occupies the most part of the
                                                                   area and moderately well drained to
                                                                   some what poorly drained light to
                                                                   medium texture and neutral in
                                                                   reaction. The low land covering about
                                                                   60 % of area are heavy textured.

2.3   Soil types
S. No          Soil type             Characteristics                                 Area in ha
1               Agiaon & Nanauta     Upland to medium land (60%) flat ;              1, 28,000
                                     medium to heavy textured Clay (Surface)
                                     and heavy clay (sub soils) in texture olive
                                     to olive gray top and olive gray to
                                     yellowish brown (below) in color sandy
                                     loan to with calcium carbonate constriction
                                     .These soils are natural to slightly alkaline
                                     in reaction (6.8 – 8.2) low in soluble salt
                                     EC (0.1-0.6d Sm-1)low in free CaCO3 (tr –
                                     1-5%) poor to high in 0o C (0.07-0.8%)
                                     low to medium in available P2O5 and
                                     medium to high in available K2O (216-480
                                     Kg / ha) Soil irritability class – A to D
                                     Taxonomically – Placental, Haplustalf,
                                     Pelludert, Chromusterts
2               Agiaon Kalhaun       Mostly medium upland to lowland (30%)           5, 44, 00
                                     moderate to poorly drained moderate to
                                     slow in permeability, loamy sand to loam
                                     (surface) and clay loam (sub soils) in
                                     texture, pale to pale brown top and grayish
                                     brown to brown (below) in colour and
                                     neutral in reaction (606-7.4) Ferruginous
                                     concentration have been observed through
                                     out the profile
3               Again Kalhaun        The Soil are heavy textured, grayish brown      2, 51,34
                Nanatia              to olive brown in colour and neutral in
                                     reaction The soils occupying medium
                                     upland to low land are poorly drained, loam
                                     (surface) and clay loam to clay (subsoil) in
                                     texture , olive to olive brown (below) in
                                     colour and neutral in reaction pH-(6.4-7.4)
                                     ferruginous and calcium carbonate
                                     concentration have been observed in the
                                     lowest horizons .
Source -4 Decades of soil survey in Bihar Abst. Report of South Bihar Plain vol. 2 RAU Pusa
2.4.  Area, Production and Productivity of major crops cultivated in the district
S. No         Crop             Area (ha)          Production (Qtl)      Productivity (Qtl /ha)
1               Paddy              1, 20,500           435607                    3615
                Maize (Kharif)     7,000               16114                     2302
                Red gram           3,500               4637                      1325
2               Wheat              1, 03,800           270399                    2605
                Maize (Rabi)       2,295               5547                      2417
                Gram               20,500              26896                     1312
                Lentil             20,000              22920                     1146
                Pea                2,500               3450                      1380
                Mustard            10,140              8619                      850
                Potato             3,525               56682                     16080
                Onion              2,650               38557                     14550
                S. Cane            1950                114075                    58500
Source Dist. Agriculture office Bhojpur
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2.5. Weather data
Month          Rainfall (mm)                     Temperature 0 C             Relative Humidity
                                                                             (%)
                                    Maximum             Minimum              RH-I        RH-II
                                                                             7 AM        2 PM
April 2006            20.57               38.6                22.3           69              28
May                    9274               37.5                25.9           76               44
June                  267.21              29.4                20.6           61              39
July                  308.94              34.3                26.8           91              74
Aug.                  207.46              33.2                26.5           94              72
Sep.                  172.09              31.7                25.3           91               70
Oct.                   8.80               31.6                23.2           86               64
Nov.                   0.00               29.2                17.3           83               52
Dec.                   0.00               25.4                13.1           78               43
Jan 2007               0.00               23.1                10.7           79               38
Feb.                  32.18               21.2                13.9           86                51
March                 42.79               26.3                17.8           81               56
April                 14.42               37.9                23.1           65               29
May                   40.24               39.1                25.2           69               43
June                  61.36               33.9                24.1           61               40
July                  619.89              35.1                27.2           93               81
Aug.                  256.44              32.9                27.3           92              76
Sept.                 227.54              31.4                24.7           93              81
Source District Agriculture office Bhojpur

2.6.    Production and productivity of livestock, Poultry, Fisheries etc. in the district

       Category                Population                Production               Productivity
Cattle
Crossbred                          5962                   8048700                      4.5
Indigenous                        82981                   21160155                    0.85
Buffalo                          151756                   54632160                     1.8
Sheep
Crossbred                --                                  --                        --
Indigenous                        43698                      --                        --
Goats                            134142                      --                        --
Pigs                              17097                      --                        --
Crossbred
Indigenous
Rabbits
Poultry                         171694
Hens                              43765                      --                        --
Desi
Improved                          5375                       --                        --
Ducks
Turkey and others
Fish                                                                                2800MT
Marine
Inland
Prawn
Scampi
Shrimp
Source NABARD Bhojpur
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2.6      Details of Operational area / Villages (2007-08)

Sl.No.   Taluk        Name of the   Name of       Major crops     Major problem         Identified Thrust
                      block         the village   & enterprises   identified            Areas
1        Ara          Ara           Shukalpura    Lentil-         Wilt                 INMS
                                                  Pea-            Low Yield
                                                  Onion           Low Yield
                      Koelwar       Lodipur       Potato-         Blight               IPM
                                                  Cucurbits-      Anthracnose
                                                  Onion           Damping off
                      Udwant        Asani         Paddy-          BPH & Sheath         IPM
                      Nagar                                       blight of paddy
                                                  Wheat           Phalaris minor       Weed control
                      Garhani       Adaura        Paddy-          Low yield of wheat Seed Village Scheme
                                                  Wheat           to local cultivars

                      Sandesh       Akhgawn       Paddy -         Labours Problem      Mechanization
                                                  Wheat
2        Jagdishpur   Bihiya        Sikariya      Mango-          Stem borer & BPH IPM in Horticulture
                                                  Rainfed         Low economic     Development
                                                  Paddy-          return
                                                  Wheat
                      Sahapur       Bilauti       Paddy-          Poor quality Seed    Supply of quality seed
                                                  Lentil-
                                                  Wheat
                      Jagdishpur    Gahwar        Brinjal-        Low yield with        Supply of quality
                                    Tola          Okra-           traditional cultivars seeds
                                                  Cucurbits
3        Piro         Piro          Dechana       Paddy-          BLB & BPH in         IPM Weed control
                                                                  Paddy
                                                  Wheat           Phalaris minor

                      Tarari        Khelari       Paddy-          Stem borer weed in IPM
                                                                  Paddy
                                                  Wheat           Micro Nutrient     Weed control INMS
                      Charpokhari   Majhiyaw      Paddy-          Imbalance use of     INMS
                                                                  Nutrient and low
                                                                  yield
                                                  Wheat




2.7      Priority thrust areas

Sl. No      Thrust area
1           IPM
2           INMS
3           Weed Control
4           Supply of quality seeds
5           Horticultural development
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3. TECHNICAL ACHIEVEMENTS
3.1. A. Abstract of interventions undertaken

                                                                                     Interventions
                                                                                            Title of
                                                                 Title                     training                  Supply of
S.         Thrust        Crop/      Identified     Title of                 Title of
                                                                   of                          for     Extension       seeds,
No          area       Enterprise    Problem       OFT if                 Training if
                                                                 FLD                     extension     activities     planting
                                                     any                      any
                                                                if any                   personnel                  materials et
                                                                                             if any
1         Promotion    Paddy        BPL, BPH     Assessment              Disease                       Field Day    Monocile
          of IPM                    & Sheath     of chemical             Management                                 Endosulfan
                                    Blight       efficacy for            in Paddy                                   Imidachloropi
                                                 BPH                     Control of
                                                 control                 Disease &
                                                                         pest in
                                                                         Paddy
2         Promotion    Lentil       Wilt         Assessment     Means    Wilt control IPM in           Field Day    Larvin B.T.
          of                        control      of chemical             in lentil       Pulses                     Trichoderma
          Biological                             &
          control                                Biological
          and IPM                                for wilt
                                                 control
3         Promotion    Wheat        Phalaris     Evaluation              Phalaris                      Field Day    Isoproturon
          of Weed                   minor        of different            control in                                 Stomp
          control                                weedicides              wheat                                      Sulfosulfuran
                                                 for Phalaris
                                                 minor
                                                 control

3.1. B. Details of each On Farm Trial to be furnished in the following format

     I.     1. Title of OFT – Performance of fine rice RAU-710 under irrigated medium land condition

            2. Problem diagnosed –Existing cultivars are sensitive to number of diseases . The area
            under fine rice is 7000 ha. In the district . The production had reduced ranging from 25-35%
            i.e. from avg. 39.0q/ha to 28-30 q/ha leasing to a huge reduction of 70000 qt with an
            estimated loss of Rs. 6.3 corers .

            3. Details – During 2005-06 RAU Pusa Samastipur had released one promising fine rice i.e.
            RAU – 710 now called Rajendra Sweta and was found superior in quality with more disease
            and pest to leant comrade to existing Rupali, Sonam, BPT – 5204 and other fine rice cultivar.

            4. Source of Tech. – RAU Pusa Samastipur

            5. Rice Wheat – Varietals evaluation
            6. Performance of the technology

     Treatment
                     T1 – Farmers Practice i.e. cultivation of Rupali                 42.7
                     T2 – Sonam                                                       44.5
                     T3 – RAU -710                                                    48.1
            7. Final – Since it is one year data other fore a final recommendation may not be drawn blow
            ever on the basis of farmers reaction and yield performance this variety may be
            recommended for replacement of existing or fine rice cultivars .

            8. Contants identified and feed back – The broken grain percentage is high which is a matter
            of concern (It had been communicated to University )
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                          9. Pro reaction – Farmers participation was active . They found the grain quality better over
                          existing cultivars.


             C.           Results of On Farm Trials

  Crop/                                                          No.                                       Data on                   Feedback
                   Farming       Problem                                  Technology     Parameters of                Results of
enterprise                                      Title of OFT      of                                         the                      from the
                   situation    Diagnosed                                  Assessed       assessment                 assessment
                                                               trials*                                   parameter                     farmer
   1                    2               3              4          5             6             7               8          9                10
Paddy             Irrigated     Low           Performance      6         Varietal       BLB &            30%                        Suprior
                  Med           yield         of fine rice               performance     BPH             25%                        against
                  land                        RAU 710                                   susceptibility   lesser                     disease
                                              under                                                                                 & pest
                                              irrigated                                                                             resistant
                                              medium                                                                                Higher
                                              land                                                                                  yield
             * No. of farmers


    Any                                                                                                  Net Return
                      Justification for        Technology Assessed /
refinement                                                                      *Production per unit      (Profit) in        BC Ratio
                        refinement                           Refined
   done                                                                                                   Rs. / unit
   11                          12                       13                              14                    15                   16
                                             Farmer’s practice**
                                             Technology
                                             assessed**
                                             Technology refined**

             II 1. On-farm trials – Impact analysis of micro nutrient under INMS in Paddy c.v. RM – 1

             2. Problem – There are more than 45% area is deficient in Zink and 35% area for Boron . The
             browning of lower leaves (Khaira Disease) is most commonly prevalent . Similarly chaffy ness of grain
             i.e. empty panicles are also dominate in the identified area of Again (Cropped area – 10,597 ha) .
             These are well irrigated with canal and potential paddy producing area . The production potential was
             52 q / ha which reduced to 43-44 q / ha for long duration H.Y.V. of paddy

             3. Department of soil science RAU Pusa has reported the impact of micro nutrient on paddy and
             observed that Zn & B both are detrimental for paddy growth and yield . The paddy cultivars RM-1 had
             a potentiality of 60-70 q / ha which failed to perform better however it is being cultivated in more than
             3000 ha. Of land.

             4. RAU Pusa Samastipur

             5. Rice Wheat Zn & B performance

             6. Treatment
                     T1 – farmer practice (120:40:10) and no micronutrient                                  54.3

                          T2 – Application of (100:50:25) and no micronutrient                              59.8

                          T3 – (100:50:25) + Zn as foliar @ 2 gram / lt. water                              63.1

                          T4 – (100:50:25)+ Boran as Borax foliar @ 2.5 gram / lt. water                    64.9

                          T5 – (100:50:25)+ Zn + Borax as foliar                                            66.7

             7. Final – Since last two years a significant difference in yield and its attributes was observed both
             application of Zinc and Boran it may be use for FLD in Agiwayan and Similal rice areas suffering from
             micro nutrient deficiency . The recommended dose will be Zink @ 800 gram / ha. And Borex @ (10 %
             Boran) @ 1 Kg. /ha. As foliar application .
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             8. Constraints – A generalized soil testing for micronutrient is need and awareness training camp
             should be organized for the use of micronutrient in paddy field to boost the yield of paddy.

             9. Process – Farmers participation was active production potentiality is higher with application of
             micro nutrient along with balanced NPK (16.2- 22.8%)



                       Results of On Farm Trials

  Crop/                                                         No.                                     Data on                    Feedback
                Farming           Problem                                Technology    Parameters of                Results of
enterprise                                     Title of OFT      of                                       the                        from the
                situation        Diagnosed                                Assessed      assessment                 assessment
                                                              trials*                                  parameter                      farmer
   1                 2                  3           4            5             6              7            8            9               10
Paddy          Irrigated        Low          Impact           5         Zn Impact     Khaira                       Reduced       i) No or
               Med              yield        analysis of                Boron         incidence                    to 90%        lesser
               land                          micronutrient              impact        Grain                        Increase      khaira
                                             under INMS                               setting                      seed          disease
                                             in paddy cv                                                           15%           ii)More
                                             RM-1                                                                                no. of
                                                                                                                                 grains
                                                                                                                                 per
                                                                                                                                 panicle
                                                                                                                                 iii) Better
                                                                                                                                 flowering
             * No. of farmers


    Any                                                                                                 Net Return
                   Justification for         Technology Assessed /
refinement                                                                    *Production per unit       (Profit) in          BC Ratio
                     refinement                            Refined
   done                                                                                                  Rs. / unit
   11                       12                     13                         14                 15                              16
                                      Farmer’s practice**
                                      Technology
                                      assessed**
                                      Technology refined**
             III 1. On Farm Trails – Evaluation of new chemical for effective BPH control in Paddy .

             2. Problem Diagnose – Brow plant hopper is a serious pest in paddy fields in entire rice growing field
             (1,20,500 ha.) It attacks the crop during panicle initiation and resultant in hopper burning and at times
             the losses goes up to 50-60 % of covered area The existing chemicals are not controlling the insect
             fully and farmers are incurring heavy losses of yield and poor grain quality.

             3. Details – Deptt. Of Entomology RAU Pusa had recommended Imidachloropide for the control of
             BPH effectively in paddy field . It is expected that this molecule will also give better result in most
             sensitive rice cultivars i.e. MTU-7029 which occupies around 80 % of total area under rice cultivation
             in this district .

             4. Source of Tech – RAU Pusa Samastipur

             5. Rice wheat fallow IPM

             6. Treatments
                     T1 – Farmers practice (application of folidal dust @ 20 kg./ha)                       46.3

                       T2 – 2 Spray of monocile @ 1 Lt./ha (pre & post flowering)                          50.7

                       T3 – 2 Spray of Endosulfan @ 1.75 Lt./ha (pre & post flowering)                     48.9

                       T4 – 2 Spray of Imidachloropide @ 125 ml / ha (pre & post flowering)                56.8

                       T5 – Application of Furadan (3.6) @ 20 kg/ ha. (pre flowering)                      54.5
                                                                                                                                  12

             7. Final – During consecutive two years the result of Imidachloropide in controlling BPH was found
             best . There for this molecule / medicine is fit for recommendation in paddy .

             8. There was also killing of friendly insects which is not good under IPM (It has been communicated to
             University)

             9. Farmers participation was active Least incidence of BPH Higher productivity was achieved with
             judicious chemical application


             Results of On Farm Trials

  Crop/                                                          No.                                     Data on                   Feedback
                 Farming           Problem                                Technology    Parameters of                Results of
enterprise                                      Title of OFT      of                                       the                      from the
                 situation        Diagnosed                                Assessed      assessment                 assessment
                                                               trials*                                  parameter                    farmer
   1                 2                  3              4          5             6              7            8            9             10
Paddy          Irrigated        Low            Evaluation      8         Chemical       No. of dad                  80%           i)
               Med              yield          of new                    performance    hurt                        reduction     Superior
               land                            chemical                                                                           chemical
                                               for                                                                                ii) Hopper
                                               effective                                                                          funning
                                               BPH                                                                                controlled
                                               control in                                                                         effectively
                                               Paddy                                                                              iii) Higher
                                                                                                                                  yield
             * No. of farmers


    Any                                                                                                   Net Return
                   Justification for           Technology Assessed /
refinement                                                                      *Production per unit       (Profit) in          BC Ratio
                     refinement                              Refined
   done                                                                                                    Rs. / unit
   11                        12                          13                             14                     15                 16
                                              Farmer’s practice**
                                              Technology
                                              assessed**
                                              Technology refined**


             IV 1. On Farm Trails – Evaluation of Biological Fungicide for wilt control in lentil .

             2. Problem diagnose – Fusarium wilt is very serious and detrimental disease in entire Lentil growing
             area (20,000 ha) of Bhojpur . It attacks the crop right from germination of flowering i.e. whole life span
             and result in reduction of plant population rouging from 25 to 65% It had created a panic in lentil
             growing area year to year farmers are losing million of rupees value crop

             3. Details of Technologies – Department of Plant pathology RAU had identified the solution and also
             the CIPMC has recommended the use of Trichoderma Virdea fungi as fungicide for wilt control in
             pulses including lentil . Since wilt is result of composite attack of fungus spps. It is supported that in
             Bhojpur condition too it might be controlled with application of Trichoderma either seed treatment or
             soil application .

             4. Source of Tech. – RAU Pusa Samastipur

             5. Rice Lentil – Fallow : IPM

             6. Treatment
                     T1 – Farmers practice two times application of Dithan M 45 @ 2 kg/ha                             6.3

                       T2 – Seed treatment with Carbandazim @ 2 gram / kg Seed                                        8.1

                       T3 – Seed treatment with 1 gram carbandazim +4 gram trichoderma / kg seed                      9.7

                       T4 – T2+ Soil treatment with Trichoderma @ 4 kg/ha.                                            11.2
                                                                                                                                    13


                       T5 – T3 + Soil treatment with Trichoderma @ 4 kg/ha.                                           14.6

                       Cv PL – 639

             7. Final – This OFT was conducted for consecutive two years and in both the years seed treatment
             with Trichoderma along with soil treatment was found significantly superior for wilt control in lentil . It
             may be taken for FLD programme for further evaluation and impact analysis.

             8. The treatment either soil or soil+ seed treatment are not full proof for control of wilt . There is need
             of further research on this aspect .

             9. Reaction – Farmers participation was active
                             Incidence of wilt was reduced and plant population was maintained resulting in higher
             productivity .

             Results of On Farm Trials

  Crop/                                                          No.                                     Data on                        Feedback
                 Farming           Problem                                Technology    Parameters of                Results of
enterprise                                      Title of OFT      of                                       the                           from the
                 situation        Diagnosed                                Assessed      assessment                 assessment
                                                               trials*                                  parameter                         farmer
    1                2                  3               4         5             6            7              8              9                10
Lentil         Irrigated        Low            Evaluation      8         Seed          Parameter                    10%             i) Wilt
PL             Med              yield          of                        treatment     Plant                        more            control
639            land                            biological                Soil &        population                   15 %            efferctively
                                               fungicide                 treatment                                  24 %            ii)
                                               for wilt                  Soil &                                                     Increased
                                               control in                Seed                                                       plant
                                               lentil                    treatment                                                  protection
                                                                                                                                    iii) higher
                                                                                                                                    yield
             * No. of farmers


    Any                                                                                                   Net Return
                   Justification for           Technology Assessed /
refinement                                                                      *Production per unit       (Profit) in            BC Ratio
                     refinement                              Refined
   done                                                                                                    Rs. / unit
    11                       12                          13                             14                     15                    16
                                              Farmer’s practice**
                                              Technology
                                              assessed**
                                              Technology refined**

             V 1. On farm trials – Evaluation of S-fustigation on Mustard yield

             2. Problem diagnose – The oil content in mustard was 10-15% low compared to varietals characters
             .The yield was also low with lesser vegetative growth . Mustard is most leading oilseed crop and it is
             grown in an area of about 10,140 ha with productivity 8.4 q / ha which is very low . This is diverting the
             oilseed were to other crops . According to soil survey of south Bihar Plains conducted by RAU Pusa
             almost 35-45% area were deficient in “S” nutrition. This situation has further worsen after
             unavailability of SSP fertilizer in Bhojpur since last 5 years

             3. Details of technologies – Department of Soil Science RAU Pusa has recommended the application
             of S in soil for Sulphur supplement to meet the plant requirement. It was observed by them that “S”
             fustigation post the productivity of oilseed crops. This lead to the assumption that consecutive use of
             DAP (which resulted in S deficiency since it is not containing S) and the existing S deficiency are the
             root cause of low productivity it can be rectified with S application along with other fertilizers .

             4. Source – RAU Pusa Samastipur

             5. Rice – Mustard – fallow: INMS

             6. Treatment
                                                                                                                                 14

                    T1 – 60:40:40(NPK)                                                   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 kg /lt. water S as foliar ( 2 spray 50x70days) 14.6

          Cv – Pusa Jai Kishan

          7. Final Since last two years it was observed that “S” fertilization has increased the yield significantly .
          The optimum dose should be 20 kg / ha for mustard field under Bhojpur condition .

          8. Constraints – A generalize soil testing for secondary nutrient is required for location specific
          recommendation of S fertilization.

          9. Process of farmers
                  Farmers participation was active

                    Sulpher fertilization has increased productivity (16-40%)

                    Growth of plant was healthy and plant were robust enough

          Results of On Farm Trials

   Crop/                                                        No.                                     Data on                     Feedback
               Farming           Problem                                 Technology    Parameters of                Results of
 enterprise                                    Title of OFT      of                                       the                         from the
               situation        Diagnosed                                 Assessed      assessment                 assessment
                                                              trials*                                  parameter                       farmer
     1              2                   3             4          5            6               7            8            9                10
Mustard       Irrigated         Low           Evaluation      8         S impact      Grain/siliqua                15-20%         i)
Cv P.         Med               yield         of S                                    oil control                  8-12%          Vigorous
Jai           land                            fertigation                                                                         plant
kishan                                        on Mustard                                                                          canopy
                                              yield                                                                               ii) More
                                                                                                                                  number
                                                                                                                                  of grain /
                                                                                                                                  siliqua
                                                                                                                                  iii)
                                                                                                                                  Lesser
                                                                                                                                  disease
                                                                                                                                  and
                                                                                                                                  insect
                                                                                                                                  attack
          * No. of farmers


    Any                                                                                                 Net Return
                Justification for            Technology Assessed /
refinement                                                                    *Production per unit       (Profit) in        BC Ratio
                  refinement                               Refined
   done                                                                                                  Rs. / unit
    11                     12                          13                             14                    15                   16
                                            Farmer’s practice**
                                            Technology
                                            assessed**
                                            Technology refined**

          VI 1 On farm trials – Study on efficiency of weedicides for Phalaris minor control .

          2. Problem diagnose – Under paddy wheat cropping system in 90% area long duration paddy is
          grown it delays the wheat cultivation and there the avg. productivity of wheat is 26.05 q/ha. This
          situation is further aggrieved due to high incidence of Phalaris minor which hitting all wheat producing
          areas . It is decade old problem and existing molecule. Isoproturan is loosing its efficacy in controlling
                                                                                                                               15

             this specific weed . This weed has resulted in reduction of wheat yield at time up to 40% which is
             unbearable by farmers . It is also affecting the grain quality .

             3.Details of Technologies – Department of Agronomy RAU, Pusa had recommended Sulfosulphuron
             for the effective control of Phalaris spp in area where Isoproturan is not working more effectively .
             Assuming that it this new chemical will control Phalaris problem and satiability in wheat yield will be
             achieved .

             4.Source – RAU Pusa , Samastipur

             5. Rice – Wheat – Fallow: Weed control

             6. Treatment
                     T1 – No. weeding                                                            27.3

                          T2 – Hand weeding                                                      40.7

                          T3 – Isoproturan @ 1 kg a.i./ ha                                       38.1

                          T4 – Stomp @ 3.3 lts. /ha as pre-emergence                             35.9

                          T5 – Sulfosulphuron @ 75 g. a.i. / ha. As post emergence                       39.8

                          Cv – HD – 2643

             7. Final Recommendation – The OFT was conducted for two years . In both the years the efficacy of
             Sulfosulphuron was found to be best followed by Isoproturan . However , hand weeding is most
             effective means of weed control . But when there is pressure of work force Sulfosulphuron is the best
             recommendation for Phalaris minor control in wheat crop .

             8. This herbicide is not controlling the dicots weed effectively and also the weed seeds remain in the
             soil are unaffected with it more stronger molecule / chemical should be identified for control of all type
             of weeds in wheat crop to boost the yield

             9.           Farmers participation was active

                          Negligible Phalaris minor were observed in wheat field

                          Yield was increased and chemical post emergency weedicides are effective .

             Results of On Farm Trials

  Crop/                                                        No.                                    Data on                   Feedback
                   Farming       Problem                                Technology   Parameters of                Results of
enterprise                                   Title of OFT       of                                      the                      from the
                   situation    Diagnosed                                Assessed     assessment                 assessment
                                                             trials*                                 parameter                    farmer
    1                   2             3             4           5             6             7            8            9             10
Wheat             Irrigated     Low         Study on         12        Chemical      No of                       80-85 %       i)
Cv HD             Med           yield &     efficiency                 performance   weeds per                   reduction     Chemical
2643              land          weed        of                                       unit area                                 control
                                meanace     weedicides                                                                         can
                                            for                                                                                check
                                            Phalaris                                                                           weeds
                                            minor                                                                              ii) More
                                            control                                                                            vigorous
                                                                                                                               wheat
                                                                                                                               plant
                                                                                                                               iii)
                                                                                                                               Higher
                                                                                                                               yield
             * No. of farmers
                                                                                                                                   16


    Any                                                                                                     Net Return
                   Justification for        Technology Assessed /
refinement                                                                  *Production per unit             (Profit) in        BC Ratio
                     refinement                           Refined
   done                                                                                                      Rs. / unit
   11                       12                       13                              14                         15                   16
                                          Farmer’s practice**
                                          Technology
                                          assessed**
                                          Technology refined**

            * No. of farmers
            *Field crops – kg/ha, * for horticultural crops -= kg or t / ha, * milk and meat – liters or
            kg/animal, * for mushroom and vermi compost kg/unit area.

            ** Give details of the technology assessed or refined and farmer’s practice

            3.2          Achievements of Frontline Demonstrations
            a. Follow-up for results of FLDs implemented during previous years
            List of technologies demonstrated during previous year and popularized during 2005-06 (October
            to September) and recommended for large scale adoption in the district

                                                                 Details of
                                                               popularization
            S.           Thematic        Technology              methods
                                                                                          Horizontal spread of technology
            No            Area*         demonstrated          suggested to the
                                                                 Extension
                                                                  system
                                                                                      No. of            No. of             Area in
                                                                                      villages          farmers            ha
            1            Varity         Red gram cv           Demonstration &         16                200                350.00
                                        P-9                   Mini          kit
                                                              distribution
            2            IPM            Pod     borer         Demonstration           14                580                1600.00
                                        control
            3            Variety        Lentil cv L-          Demonstration           22                650                1850.00
                                        4076
            4            Variety        RAU Ts -17            Demonstration           13                350                400.00
            5            IPM            Aphid Control         Demonstration           28                425                1250.00

            b.           Details of FLDs implemented during 2006-07 (Information is to be furnished in the following
                         three tables for each category i.e. cereals, horticultural crops, oilseeds, pulses,
                         cotton and commercial crops.)

            Oilseeds

                                        Techn                                                                                 Reasons for
                                        ology                                                     No. of farmers/              shortfall in
        Sl.                 Thematic             Season             Area (ha)
                  Crop                  Demo                                                      demonstration               achievemen
        No.                   area               and year                                                                           t
                                       nstrate
                                           d                Proposed        Actual    SC      ST       Others        Total
        1        Tor        Variet     RA        Rabi       10.00           10.00     4       -        21            25
                 ia         y          UT        06                                           -
                                       S -
                                       17
        2        Mu         IPM        Ap        -Do-       10.00           10.00     4       -        20            24
                 sta                   hid                                                    -
                 rd                    con
                                       trol
        3        Yel        INMS       S         -Do-       10.00           10.00     6       -        18            24
                 low                   nut                                                    -
                 mu                    ritio
                 sta                   n
                 rd
                                                                                                                                                                                                 17


 Details of farming situation




                                                                                                          Previous crop
                                 (RF/Irrigated)




                                                                                                                                                        Harvest date



                                                                                                                                                                            rainfall (mm)
                                                                                                                                 Sowing date




                                                                                                                                                                                            No. of rainy
                                                                                                                                                                              Seasonal
                                                    Soil type
                                                                         Status of soil



                                   situation
                                   Farming
                    Season




                                                                                                                                                                                               days
  Crop

                                                                     N          P            K
  Tori        Rabi0              Irrigat          Sa             24            28.       25           Ve                       21-                   26-                    20.             6
  a           6                  ed               ndy            8-            3-        4.2          get                      25.                   28.12                  8
                                 uplan            loa            26            33.       90           abl                      9.0                   .06
                                 d                m              2             1                      e                        6
  Mus         -do-               Irrigat          Sa             22            30.       24           Pa                       15-                   15-                    54.             1
  tard                           ed               ndy            8-            7-        6-           ddy                      20.                   18.3.                  7               0
                                 Mediu            loa            25            34.       28                                    11.                   07
                                 m                m              4             5         2                                     06
                                 land
  Yell        -Do-               Irrigat          Sa             24            32.       26           Ve                       26-                   3-                     35.             7
  ow                             ed               ndy            22            1-        6-           g.                       30.                   5.3.0                  9
  Mus                            Uplan            loa            84            36.       30                                    10.                   7
  tard                           d                m                            2         0                                     06




 Performance of FLD

                                                                                                                                                                                    Data on
                                                                                                                                     Yield
                                                                                                                                                                                 parameter in
                                                                                                  Demo. Yield                           of              Increase
                              Technology                              No. of     Area                                                                                              relation to
Sl.No.      Crop                                  Variety                                           Qtl/ha                            local              in yield
                             Demonstrated                            Farmers     (ha.)                                                                                            technology
                                                                                                                                     Check                 (%)
                                                                                                                                                                                demonstrated
                                                                                                                                     Qtl./ha
                                                                                              H       L                    A                                                    Demo Local
  1           2                    3                4                    5           6        7       8                    9                   10                      11         12        13
                                                  RAUTS
  1         Toria              SYV seed                                  25      10.00       14.1    12.3                 13.8                 7.8              69.9
                                                    17
                              HYV seed
  2       Mustard                                 Sivani                 24      10.00       16.1    14.8                 15.7           10.6                   67.5
                                &IPM
          Yellow              SYV & S.             Swar
  3                                                                      24      10.00       13.9    11.7                 12.5                 8.9              40.5
          mustard              nutrition            na

 NB: Attach few good action photographs with title at the back with pencil

 Economic Impact (continuation of previous table)

  Average Cost of cultivation                               Average Gross Return                      Average Net Return (Profit)                                                 Benefit-
           (Rs./ha)                                               (Rs./ha)                                     (Rs./ha)                                                             Cost
                                                                                                                                                                                    Ratio
                                                                                                                                                                                   (Gross
                                 Local                                               Local                                                             Local
 Demonstration                                     Demonstration                                      Demonstration                                                               Return /
                                 Check                                               Check                                                             Check
                                                                                                                                                                                    Gross
                                                                                                                                                                                    Cost)
           14                      15                           16                     17                                 18                             19                          20
        Toria 7845              6300              20700                              11700           12855                                             5400                       2.6:1
       Mustard 9870             6550              23550                              15900           13680                                             9350                       2.7:1
      Yellow mustard            6375              20000                              14240           10380                                             7865                       2.1:1
           9620
                                                                                                                       18

    Analytical Review of component demonstrations (details of each component for rainfed / irrigated
    situations to be given separately for each season).

                                                                                                             Percentage
                                                                           Average
                                                            Farming                                           increase in
     Crop      Season                Component                               yield    Local check (q/ha)
                                                            situation                                        productivity
                                                                            (q/ha)
                                                                                                           over local check
    Toria      Rabi 07     1. Variety                   Irrigated          13.2      6.7                   97.0
                           2. Fertilizer                upland             13.2      7.8                   69.0

    Mustard    Rabi 07     1. Variety                   Irrigated          15.7      7.9                   98.7
                           2. Plant Protection          Medium land        15.7      8.8                   78.4
    Yellow     Rabi07      1. Variety                   Irrigated          12.5      7.8                   60.3
    Mustard                2. Fertilizer                upland             12.5      8.9                   40.5

    Technical Feedback on the demonstrated technologies

    S. No      Feed Back
    1          There is need of some taller cultivar for fitment with wheat crop

    Farmers’ reactions on specific technologies
    S. No    Feed Back
    1        Production potentiality is high (60-97%)
    2        Increase in yield after application of Sulpher (40-69%)
    3

    Extension and Training activities under FLD

                                   No. of                                                                         Remarks
                                                                                                  Number of
Sl.No.          Activity         activities                             Date
                                                                                                 participants
                                 organized
              Toria              1               4.12.06                                         51
1             Field days
2             Farmers            4               7-8.9.06,18-19.8.06,21-22.8.06, 22.8.06         623
              Training
3             TV Talk            1               16.8.06
4             Training for       3               2.9.06,26.9.06,10.11.06                         188
              extension
              functionaries
1             Mustard            1               30.12.06                                        74
              Field days
2             Farmers            8               13-14.8.06,21-22.8.06, 4-5.9.06,27-             690
              Training                           28.9.06,4-8.10.06,16-17.10.06,12-
                                                 13.12.06,11-12.01.07
3             Media              1               20.9.06
              coverage
4             Training for       5               2.9.06,26.9.06,10.10.06,10.11.06,2.1.07
              extension
              functionaries
1             Yellow             1               24.12.06                                        71
              Mustard
              Field days
2             Farmers            9               13-14.8.06,21-22.08.06,4-5.9.06,27-
              Training                           28.9.06,4-8.10.06,16-17.10.06,12-
                                                 13.2.06,29-30.12.06,11-12.1.07
3             Media              1               20.9.06
              coverage
4             Training for       4               2.9.06,26.9.06,10.10.06,10.11.06
              extension
              functionaries
                                                                                                                                                                                                      19

    Pulses

                                          Techn                                                                                                                                                Reasons for
                                           ology                                                                                 No. of farmers/                                                shortfall in
Sl.                    Thematic                         Season                    Area (ha)
              Crop                        Demo                                                                                   demonstration                                                 achievemen
No.                      area                           and year                                                                                                                                     t
                                         nstrate
                                             d                            Proposed         Actual        SC                 ST                   Others                   Total
1         Re           IPM               Po            Kharif             5.0              5.0           5                  -                    13                       18
          d                              d             07                                                                   -
          gra                            bor
          m                              er
                                         con
                                         trol
2         Gr           -Do-              -             Rabi               5.0              5.0           4                  -                    11                       15
          am                             Do-           07                                                                   -
3         Raj          Variet            PD            -Do-               -Do-             2.0           -                  5                    5                                             Non
          ma           y                 R                                                               -                                                                                     availabili
          sh                             14                                                                                                                                                    ty     of
                                                                                                                                                                                               seeds

    Details of farming situation




                                                                                                         Previous crop
                                      (RF/Irrigated)




                                                                                                                                                         Harvest date



                                                                                                                                                                               rainfall (mm)
                                                                                                                                 Sowing date




                                                                                                                                                                                                 No. of rainy
                                                                                                                                                                                 Seasonal
                                                         Soil type




                                                                           Status of soil
                                        situation
                                        Farming
                        Season




                                                                                                                                                                                                    days
        Crop

                                                                      N           P           K
        Red          Kharif           Rain             Sa            24          29.       26        foll                   11-                       28-                      57                4
        gra          06               fed              ndy           5-          1-        5-        ow                     15.                       30.3.                    2.2               4
        m                             uplan            loa           25          32.       28                               7.0                       06
                                      d                m             6           7         4                                6
        Gra          Rabi             Rain             -             25          28.       25        Pa                     15-                       25-                      57.               1
        m            06               fed              do-           5-          3-        0-        ddy                    25.                       28.3.                    6                 1
                                      mediu                          28          32.       27                               11.                       07
                                      m                              0           4         4                                06
                                      land
        Raj          Rabi             Irrigat          -             24          27.       28        Kh                     2-                        7-                       35.               7
        mas          06               ed               Do-           8-          5-        4-        arif                   5.1                       9.3.0                    9
        h                             uplan                          26          30.       31        mai                    1.0                       7
                                      d                              5           4         0         ze                     6



    Performance of FLD

                                                                                                                                                                                           Data on
                                                                                                                                               Yield
                                                                                                                                                                                        parameter in
                                                                                                                                                  of           Increase
                                  Technology                          No. of      Area      Demo. Yield Qtl/ha                                                                            relation to
Sl.No.          Crop                                   Variety                                                                                  local           in yield
                                 Demonstrated                        Farmers      (ha.)                                                                                                  technology
                                                                                                                                               Check              (%)
                                                                                                                                                                                       demonstrated
                                                                                                                                               Qtl./ha
                                                                                              H      L                    A                                                            Demo Local
    1             2                     3                4                5            6      7      8                    9                      10                     11               12        13
                Red                Pod borer
    1                                                   P-9               18       5.0     22.10    17.50                19.30                  12.7                    51.9
                Gram                Control
    2           Gram                  -Do-             P-256              15       5.0     18.10    15.90                16.50                  13.9                    18.7
                                   Varietals           PDR
    3         Rajmash                                                     5        2.0     16.40    15.10                15.80                    *                      *
                                    fitment             14
            * New Crop
    NB: Attach few good action photographs with title at the back with pencil
                                                                                                                                 20

Economic Impact (continuation of previous table)

    Average Cost of cultivation                Average Gross Return             Average Net Return (Profit)          Benefit-
             (Rs./ha)                                (Rs./ha)                            (Rs./ha)                      Cost
                                                                                                                       Ratio
                                                                                                                      (Gross
                              Local                               Local                                  Local
Demonstration                                Demonstration                      Demonstration                        Return /
                              Check                               Check                                  Check
                                                                                                                       Gross
                                                                                                                       Cost)
           14                  15                 16               17                   18                 19           20
           10200          7140            34740                  22860          24540                    15720       3.4:1
           12430          9532            29700                  25020          17270                    15488           2.4:1
           14185          *               37750                  *              23565                    *           2.7:1

Analytical Review of component demonstrations (details of each component for rain fed / irrigated
situations to be given separately for each season).

                                                                                                                   Percentage
                                                                            Average
                                                             Farming                                                increase in
    Crop      Season                Component                                 yield         Local check (q/ha)
                                                             situation                                             productivity
                                                                             (q/ha)
                                                                                                                 over local check
Red           Kharif      Plant protection                Rain fed          19.30       12.70                    51.9%
Gram          06                                          upland
Gram          Rabi 06     -Do-                            Rain fed          16.50       13.90                    18.7%
                                                          Medium land
Rajmash       -Do-        Variety                         Irrigated         15.80       *                        New cultivars
                                                          upland
6
Technical Feedback on the demonstrated technologies

S. No         Feed Back
1             Need of Variety having lesser vegetative growth under rain
2             Need of wilt resistant cultivars in pulses
Farmers’ reactions on specific technologies
S. No    Feed Back
1        Pod borer control is effective and increased yield (18-51%)
2        Rajmash is a good promising crop under this agro climatic condition .


Extension and Training activities under FLD

                                      No. of                                                                          Remarks
                                                                                                      Number of
Sl.No.             Activity         activities                           Date
                                                                                                     participants
                                    organized
              Red Gram
1             Field Day             1              26.8.06                                           50
2             Farmers               6              4-5.8.06,26.8.06,8-9.9.06,30-                     199
              Training                             31.10.06,11-12.12.06,4.1.07
3             T.V.Talk              1              18.8.06
4             Trg of E.F.           2              10.11.06,2.5.07                                   153
1             Gram                  1              25.12.06
              Field Day
2             Farmers               11             5-6.9.06,7-8.9.06,13-14.9.06,5-6.10.06,6-         1041
                                                   7.10.06,4-8.11.06,21-22.11.06,28-
              Training                             29.11.06,29-30.12.06,17-18.1.07,24-25.1.07
3             T.V.Talk              1              22.9.06
4             Trg of E.F.           3              3.10.06,10.11.06,2.10.07                          174
1             Rajmash               1              31.12.06                                          57
              Field Day
2             Farmers               3              8-9.9.06,11-12.9.06,13-14.9.06                    400
              Training
3             T.V.Talk
4             Trg of E.F.           2              10.11.06,27-28.2.07
                                                                                                                                21


 c.       Details of FLD on Enterprises

          (i) Farm Implements

                                                                    * Data on parameter
                                                                        in relation to
                                                    Performance
  Name of the                No. of      Area                            technology           % change in
                  crop                              parameters /                                                      Remarks
   implement                farmers      (ha)                          demonstrated          the parameter
                                                     indicators
                                                                                    Local
                                                                     Demon.
                                                                                    check

 * Field efficiency, labour saving etc.

          (ii) Livestock Enterprises

                                                                     * Data on parameter
                                         No. of                          in relation to
                                                     Performance
                           No. of      animals,                           technology           % change in
  Enterprise    Breed                                parameters /                                                        Remarks
                          farmers       poultry                         demonstrated          the parameter
                                                      indicators
                                       birds etc.                                    Local
                                                                      Demon.
                                                                                    check

 * Milk production, meat production, egg production, reduction in disease incidence etc.

          (iii) Other Enterprises

                                                                                    Data on
                                                                                 parameter in
                                                      No.     Performance          relation to           % change
                      Variety/           No. of
  Enterprise                                           of     parameters /        technology               in the          Remarks
                breed/Species/others    farmers
                                                     Units     indicators       demonstrated             parameter
                                                                                            Local
                                                                               Demon.
                                                                                            check
Mushroom
Apiary
Sericulture
Vermi compost


 3.3 Achievements          on    Training           (Including       the     sponsored              and       FLD        training
     programmes):
          A) ON Campus
                                                                     No. of Participants
                                        No. of
          Thematic Area                              Others                       SC                ST
                                       Courses                                                                           Grand Total
                                                       M       F     T     M     F      T         M F T
                                                                                                                     M      F       T
 (A) Farmers & Farm Women
 I Crop Production
 Weed Management                             3          87     -     87       15       -     15      -    -   -      102        -   102
 Resource Conservation Technologies          5         102     -    102       15       -     15      -    -   -      117        -   117
 Cropping Systems                            6         142     -    142       19       -     19      -    -   -      161        -   161
 Crop Diversification                        1          18     -     18        1       -     1       -    -   -      19         -    19
 Integrated Farming                          1          17     -     17        2       -     2       -    -   -      19         -    19
 Water management                            1          17     -     17        1       -     1       -    -   -      18         -    18
 Seed production                             4          93     -     93       12       -     12      -    -   -      105        -   105
 Nursery management
 Integrated Crop Management                  14        284     -    284       45       -     45      -    -   -      329        -   329
 Fodder production                           2          31     -     31        1       -     1       -    -   -      32         -    32
 Production of organic inputs
 Others, if any
 II Horticulture
 a) Vegetable Crops
                                                                                                   22

Production of low volume and high value
                                               2    144   -   144   10   -   10   -   -   - 154    -   154
crops
Off-season vegetables
Nursery raising
Exotic vegetables like Broccoli
Export potential vegetables
Grading and standardization
Protective cultivation (Green Houses, Shade
Net etc.)
Others, if any (Disease & pest control Veg.)   21   24    -   24    3    -   3    -   -   -   27   -   27
b) Fruits Production
Training and Pruning                           2    45    -   45    6    -   6    -   -   -   51   -   51
Layout and Management of Orchards
Cultivation of Fruit
Management of young plants/orchards
Rejuvenation of old orchards
Export potential fruits
Micro irrigation systems of orchards
Plant propagation techniques
Others, if any (Disease & pest control Veg.)   2    49    -   49    2    -   2    -   -   -   51   -   51
c) Ornamental Plants
Nursery Management
Management of potted plants
Export potential of ornamental plants
Propagation techniques of Ornamental
Plants
Others, if any
d) Plantation crops
Production and Management technology
Processing and value addition
Others, if any
e) Tuber crops
Production and Management technology
Processing and value addition
Others, if any
f) Spices
Production and Management technology
Processing and value addition
Others, if any
g) Medicinal and Aromatic Plants
Nursery management
Production and management technology
Post harvest technology and value addition
Others, if any
III Soil Health and Fertility Management
Soil fertility management
Soil and Water Conservation
Integrated Nutrient Management
Production and use of organic inputs
Management of Problematic soils
Micro nutrient deficiency in crops
Nutrient Use Efficiency
Soil and Water Testing
Others, if any
IV Livestock Production and Management
Dairy Management
Poultry Management
Piggery Management
Rabbit Management
Disease Management
Feed management
Production of quality animal products
Others, if any
                                                                                                          23

V Home Science/Women empowerment
Household food security by kitchen gardening and
                                                    1   -     7    7    -   8   8   -   -   -   -    15    15
nutrition gardening
Design and development of low/minimum cost diet     2   -     40   40   -   6   6   -   -   -   -    46    46
Designing and development for high nutrient
efficiency diet
Minimization of nutrient loss in processing
Gender mainstreaming through SHGs
Storage loss minimization techniques                    3
                                                    1   0
                                                          -        30   4   -   4   -   -   -   34   -     34
Value addition                                          1
                                                    1         18   32   1 2     3   -   -   -   15   20    35
                                                        4
Income generation activities for empowerment of
                                                    1   -     13   13   -   2   2   -   -   -   -    15    15
rural Women
Location specific drudgery reduction technologies   1   -     18   18   -   6   6   -   -   -   -    24    24
Rural Crafts                                        1   -     28   28   -   2   2   -   -   -   -    30    30
Women and child care                                1   -     18   18   -   6   6   -   -   -   -    24    24
Others, if any
VI Agril. Engineering
Installation and maintenance of micro irrigation
systems
Use of Plastics in farming practices
Production of small tools and implements
Repair and maintenance of farm machinery and
implements
Small scale processing and value addition
Post Harvest Technology
Others, if any
VII Plant Protection
Integrated Pest Management
Integrated Disease Management
Bio-control of pests and diseases
Production of bio control agents and bio
pesticides
Others, if any
VIII Fisheries
Integrated fish farming
Carp breeding and hatchery management
Carp fry and fingerling rearing
Composite fish culture
Hatchery management and culture of freshwater
prawn
Breeding and culture of ornamental fishes
Portable plastic carp hatchery
Pen culture of fish and prawn
Shrimp farming
Edible oyster farming
Pearl culture
Fish processing and value addition
Others, if any
IX Production of Inputs at site
Seed Production
Planting material production
Bio-agents production
Bio-pesticides production
Bio-fertilizer production
Vermi-compost production
Organic manures production
Production of fry and fingerlings
Production of Bee-colonies and wax sheets
Small tools and implements
Production of livestock feed and fodder
                                                                                                     24

Production of Fish feed
Others, if any
X Capacity Building and Group Dynamics
Leadership development
Group dynamics                                      1         1
                                                1        -        2   -   2    -   -   -   18    -        18
                                                    6         6
Formation and Management of SHGs
Mobilization of social capital
Entrepreneurial development of farmers/youths       8         8   1
                                                2                         10                              94
                                                    3    -    3   0   -        -   -   -   941   -
                                                6                         5                                1
                                                    6         6   5
WTO and IPR issues
Others, if any
XI Agro-forestry
Production technologies
Nursery management
Integrated Farming Systems
XII Others (Pl. Specify)
TOTAL
(B) RURAL YOUTH
Mushroom Production
Bee-keeping
Integrated farming
Seed production                                     1         1
                                                                  1                                       15
                                                6   2   19    4       5   16   -   -   -   132   24
                                                                  1                                        7
                                                    2         1
Production of organic inputs
Integrated Farming
Planting material production
Vermi-culture                                       4         4
                                                                  8                                       57
                                                7   9    -    9       -   85   -   -   -   578   -
                                                                  5                                        8
                                                    3         3
Sericulture
Protected cultivation of vegetable crops
Commercial fruit production
Repair and maintenance of farm machinery and
implements
Nursery Management of Horticulture crops            2         2
                                                1        -        3   -   3    -   -   -   25    -        25
                                                    2         2
Training and pruning of orchards                    9         9                                           10
                                                4        -        8   -   8    -   -   -   101   -
                                                    3         3                                            1
Value addition                                                1
                                                                                                          12
                                                6   -   124   2   -   3   3    -   -   -   127   -
                                                                                                           7
                                                              4
Production of quality animal products
Dairying
Sheep and goat rearing
Quail farming
Piggery
Rabbit farming
Poultry production
Ornamental fisheries
Para vets
Para extension workers
Composite fish culture
Freshwater prawn culture
Shrimp farming
Pearl culture
Cold water fisheries
Fish harvest and processing technology
Fry and fingerling rearing
Small scale processing
Post Harvest Technology
                                                                                                                                                           25

Tailoring and Stitching                                                                 1
                                                                                                     2
                                                               6   -        118         1    -               29          -       -   -       147       -     147
                                                                                                     9
                                                                                        8
Rural Crafts
Others, if any
TOTAL

(C) Extension Personnel
Productivity enhancement in field crops                            1                    1
                                                               8   9            -       9    8       -       8           -       -   -       201       -     201
                                                                   3                    3
Integrated Pest Management                                         5                    5
                                                               2                -            9       -       9           -       -   -       66        -        66
                                                                   7                    7
Integrated Nutrient management                                     1                    1
                                                               9   9            -       9    8       -       8           -       -   -       201       -     201
                                                                   3                    3
Rejuvenation of old orchards
Protected cultivation technology                                   1                    1
                                                               1            9                1       -       1           -       -   -       11        9        20
                                                                   0                    9
Formation and Management of SHGs
Group Dynamics and farmers organization                            3                    3
                                                               2                -            -       -       -           -       -   -       30        -        30
                                                                   0                    0
Information networking among farmers
Capacity building for ICT application
Care and maintenance of farm machinery and                         5                    5
                                                               2                -            2       -       2           -       -   -       52        -        52
implements                                                         0                    0
WTO and IPR issues
Management in farm animals
Livestock feed and fodder production
Household food security
Women and Child care
Low cost and nutrient efficient diet designing
Production and use of organic inputs                               4                    4
                                                               2            1                3       -       3           -       -   -       47        1        48
                                                                   4                    5
Gender mainstreaming through SHGs
Any other (Pl. Specify)
TOTAL




         B) OFF Campus

                                        No.                                                 No. of Participants
           Thematic Area
                                        of                Others                            SC                  ST
                                                                                                                                                           Grand
                                       Cou
                                                      M            F        T       M         F          T       M               F       T                 Total
                                       rses

(A) Farmers & Farm Women
I Crop Production
Weed Management                           1      26        -           26           5            -       5   -       -       -       31            -       31
Resource Conservation
Technologies
Cropping Systems                          5      192       -       192              33           -   33      -       -       -       225           -       225
Crop Diversification
Integrated Farming                        1      27        -           27           3            -       3   -       -       -       30            -       30
Water management
Seed production
Nursery management
Integrated Crop Management                3      176       -       176              24           -   24      -       -       -       200           -       200
Fodder production
Production of organic inputs              3      152       -       152              45           5 50        -       -       -       297          17       314
Others, if any
II Horticulture
                                                                                               26

a) Vegetable Crops
Production of low volume and high value                                                             1
                                                            12   1                        13
crops                                     6   126       -            -   10   -   -   -        -    3
                                                            6    0                        6
                                                                                                    6
Off-season vegetables
Nursery raising                                                                                     5
                                          2   41        -   41   9   -   9    -   -   -   50   -
                                                                                                    0
Exotic vegetables like Broccoli
Export potential vegetables
Grading and standardization
Protective cultivation (Green Houses,
Shade Net etc.)
Others, if any (Diseases & Pest Control                                                             2
                                                            19   4                        24
Veg.)                                     7   199       -            -   43   -   -   -        -    4
                                                            9    3                        2
                                                                                                    2
b) Fruits
Training and Pruning                                                                                4
                                          2   40    -       40   5   -   5    -   -   -   45   -
                                                                                                    5
Layout and Management of Orchards
Cultivation of Fruit
Management of young plants/orchards
Rejuvenation of old orchards
Export potential fruits
Micro irrigation systems of orchards
Plant propagation techniques
Others, if any (Plant prot. Fruits)                              1                                  9
                                          4   87        -   87       -   10   -   -   -   97   -
                                                                 0                                  7
c) Ornamental Plants
Nursery Management
Management of potted plants
Export potential of ornamental plants
Propagation techniques of Ornamental
Plants
Others, if any
d) Plantation crops
Production and Management technology
Processing and value addition
Others, if any
e) Tuber crops
Production and Management technology                                                                3
                                                            33   2                        35
                                          8   330       -            -   29   -   -   -        -    5
                                                            0    9                        9
                                                                                                    9
Processing and value addition
Others, if any
f) Spices
Production and Management technology
Processing and value addition
Others, if any
g) Medicinal and Aromatic Plants
Nursery management
Production and management technology
Post harvest technology and value
addition
Others, if any
III Soil Health and Fertility
Management
Soil fertility management
Soil and Water Conservation
Integrated Nutrient Management
Production and use of organic inputs
Management of Problematic soils
Micro nutrient deficiency in crops
Nutrient Use Efficiency
Soil and Water Testing
                                           27

Others, if any
IV Livestock Production and Management
Dairy Management
Poultry Management
Piggery Management
Rabbit Management
Disease Management
Feed management
Production of quality animal products
Others, if any
V Home Science/Women empowerment
Household food security by kitchen
gardening and nutrition gardening
Design and development of low/minimum
cost diet
Designing and development for high
nutrient efficiency diet
Minimization of nutrient loss in
processing
Gender mainstreaming through SHGs
Storage loss minimization techniques
Value addition
Income generation activities for
empowerment of rural Women
Location specific drudgery reduction
technologies
Rural Crafts
Women and child care
Others, if any
VI Agril. Engineering
Installation and maintenance of micro
irrigation systems
Use of Plastics in farming practices
Production of small tools and implements
Repair and maintenance of farm
machinery and implements
Small scale processing and value
addition
Post Harvest Technology
Others, if any
VII Plant Protection
Integrated Pest Management
Integrated Disease Management
Bio-control of pests and diseases
Production of bio control agents and bio
pesticides
Others, if any
VIII Fisheries
Integrated fish farming
Carp breeding and hatchery
management
Carp fry and fingerling rearing
Composite fish culture
Hatchery management and culture of
freshwater prawn
Breeding and culture of ornamental
fishes
Portable plastic carp hatchery
Pen culture of fish and prawn
Shrimp farming
Edible oyster farming
Pearl culture
                                                                                                   28

Fish processing and value addition
Others, if any
IX Production of Inputs at site
Seed Production
Planting material production
Bio-agents production
Bio-pesticides production
Bio-fertilizer production
Vermi-compost production
Organic manures production
Production of fry and fingerlings
Production of Bee-colonies and wax
sheets
Small tools and implements
Production of livestock feed and fodder
Production of Fish feed
Others, if any
X Capacity Building and Group
Dynamics
Leadership development                     3   49    -    49   4   -   4   -   -   -    53    -     53
Group dynamics
Formation and Management of SHGs           1   16    -    16   3   -   3   -   -   -    19    -     19
Mobilization of social capital
Entrepreneurial development of             1              58   4       4
                                               587   -             -       -   -   -   634    -    634
farmers/youths                             4              7    7       7
WTO and IPR issues
Others, if any
XI Agro-forestry
Production technologies
Nursery management
Integrated Farming Systems
XII Others (Pl. Specify)
TOTAL
(B) RURAL YOUTH
Mushroom Production
Bee-keeping
Integrated farming                                             2   1   4
                                           1   15    -    15               -   -   -    40    17    57
                                                               5   7   2
Seed production
Production of organic inputs               1   17    11   28   -   -   -   -   -   -    17    11    28
Integrated Farming
Planting material production
Vermi-culture                                                  2       2
                                               102        10
                                           9         2         0   -   0   -   -   -   1230   2    1232
                                                3         23
                                                               7       7
Sericulture
Protected cultivation of vegetable crops
Commercial fruit production
Repair and maintenance of farm
machinery and implements
Nursery Management of Horticulture
crops
Training and pruning of orchards
Value addition                             1   18    19   37   -   5   5   -   -   -    18    24    42
Production of quality animal products
Dairying
Sheep and goat rearing
Quail farming
Piggery
Rabbit farming
Poultry production
Ornamental fisheries
Para vets
                                                                                                           29

Para extension workers
Composite fish culture
Freshwater prawn culture
Shrimp farming
Pearl culture
Cold water fisheries
Fish harvest and processing technology
Fry and fingerling rearing
Small scale processing
Post Harvest Technology
Tailoring and Stitching
Rural Crafts
Others, if any
TOTAL

(C) Extension Personnel
Productivity enhancement in field crops
Integrated Pest Management
Integrated Nutrient management
Rejuvenation of old orchards
Protected cultivation technology
Formation and Management of SHGs
Group Dynamics and farmers
organization
Information networking among farmers
Capacity building for ICT application
Care and maintenance of farm
machinery and implements
WTO and IPR issues
Management in farm animals
Livestock feed and fodder production
Household food security
Women and Child care
Low cost and nutrient efficient diet
designing
Production and use of organic inputs
Gender mainstreaming through SHGs
Any other (Pl. Specify)
TOTAL

C)       Consolidated table (ON and OFF Campus)


                                                                        No. of Participants
           Thematic Area                   No. of
                                                      Others           SC                ST                Grand
                                          Courses
                                                    M    F T      M     F     T     M      F   T           Total
(A) Farmers & Farm Women
I Crop Production
Weed Management                                               1                                    1
                                                                              2
                                            4       113   -   1   20     -          -     -    -   3   -     133
                                                                              0
                                                              3                                    3
Resource Conservation                                         1                                    1
                                                                              1
Technologies                                5       102   -   0   15     -          -     -    -   1   -     117
                                                                              5
                                                              2                                    7
Cropping Systems                                              3                                    3
                                                                              5
                                            11      334   -   3   52     -          -     -    -   8   -     386
                                                                              2
                                                              4                                    6
Crop Diversification                                          1                                    1
                                            1       18    -       1      -    1     -     -    -       -     19
                                                              8                                    9
Integrated Farming                                            4                                    4
                                            2       44    -       5      -    5     -     -    -       -     49
                                                              4                                    9
Water management                                              1                                    1
                                            1       17    -       1      -    1     -     -    -       -     18
                                                              7                                    8
                                                                                                            30

Seed production                                                                                 1
                                                       9            1
                                        4    93    -       12   -           -       -       -   0   -        105
                                                       3            2
                                                                                                5
Nursery management
Integrated Crop Management                             4                                        5
                                                                    6
                                        17   460   -   6   69   -           -       -       -   2   -        529
                                                                    9
                                                       0                                        9
Fodder production                                      3                                        3
                                        2    31    -       1    -   1       -       -       -       -        32
                                                       1                                        2
Production of organic inputs                           1                                        2
                                                   1                5                               1
                                        3    152       6   45   5           -       -       -   9            314
                                                   2                0                               7
                                                       4                                        7
Others, if any
II Horticulture
a) Vegetable Crops
Production of low volume and high                      2                                        2
                                                                    2
value crops                             8    270   -   7   20   -           -       -       -   9   -        290
                                                                    0
                                                       0                                        0
Off-season vegetables
Nursery raising                                        4                                        5
                                        2    41    -       9    -   9       -       -       -       -        50
                                                       1                                        0
Exotic vegetables like Broccoli
Export potential vegetables
Grading and standardization
Protective cultivation (Green
Houses, Shade Net etc.)
Others, if any                                         2                                        2                2
                                                                    4
                                        8    223   -   2   46   -       -       -       -       6       -        6
                                                                    6
                                                       3                                        9                9
b) Fruits
Training and Pruning                                   8            1                           9                9
                                        4    85    -       11   -       -       -       -               -
                                                       5            1                           6                6
Layout and Management of
Orchards
Cultivation of Fruit
Management of young
plants/orchards
Rejuvenation of old orchards
Export potential fruits
Micro irrigation systems of orchards
Plant propagation techniques
Others, if any                                         1                                        1                1
                                                                    1
                                        6    136   -   3   12   -       -       -       -       4       -        4
                                                                    2
                                                       6                                        8                8
c) Ornamental Plants
Nursery Management
Management of potted plants
Export potential of ornamental plants
Propagation techniques of
Ornamental Plants
Others, if any
d) Plantation crops
Production and Management
technology
Processing and value addition
Others, if any
e) Tuber crops
Production and Management                              3                                        3                3
                                                                    2
technology                              8    330   -   3   29   -       -       -       -       5       -        5
                                                                    9
                                                       0                                        9                9
Processing and value addition
Others, if any
f) Spices
Production and Management
technology
                                                                                        31

Processing and value addition
Others, if any
g) Medicinal and Aromatic Plants
Nursery management
Production and management
technology
Post harvest technology and value
addition
Others, if any
III Soil Health and Fertility
Management
Soil fertility management
Soil and Water Conservation
Integrated Nutrient Management
Production and use of organic inputs
Management of Problematic soils
Micro nutrient deficiency in crops
Nutrient Use Efficiency
Soil and Water Testing
Others, if any
IV Livestock Production and
Management
Dairy Management
Poultry Management
Piggery Management
Rabbit Management
Disease Management
Feed management
Production of quality animal
products
Others, if any
V Home Science/Women
empowerment
Household food security by kitchen                                                           1
                                       1   -    7   7   -   8   8   -   -   -   -   15
gardening and nutrition gardening                                                            5
Design and development of                       4   4                                        4
                                       2   -            -   6   6   -   -   -   -   46
low/minimum cost diet                           0   0                                        6
Designing and development for high
nutrient efficiency diet
Minimization of nutrient loss in
processing
Gender mainstreaming through
SHGs
Storage loss minimization                           3                           3            3
                                       1   30   -       4   -   4   -   -   -       -
techniques                                          0                           4            4
Value addition                                  1   3                           1            3
                                       1   14           1   2   3   -   -   -       20
                                                8   2                           5            5
Income generation activities for                1   1                                        1
                                       1   -            -   2   2   -   -   -   -   15
empowerment of rural Women                      3   3                                        5
Location specific drudgery reduction            1   1                                        2
                                       1   -            -   6   6   -   -   -   -   24
technologies                                    8   8                                        4
Rural Crafts                                    2   2                                        3
                                       1   -            -   2   2   -   -   -   -   30
                                                8   8                                        0
Women and child care                            1   1                                        2
                                       1   -            -   6   6   -   -   -   -   24
                                                8   8                                        4
Others, if any
VI Agril. Engineering
Installation and maintenance of
micro irrigation systems
Use of Plastics in farming practices
Production of small tools and
implements
                                                                                            32

Repair and maintenance of farm
machinery and implements
Small scale processing and value
addition
Post Harvest Technology
Others, if any
VII Plant Protection
Integrated Pest Management
Integrated Disease Management
Bio-control of pests and diseases
Production of bio control agents and
bio pesticides
Others, if any
VIII Fisheries
Integrated fish farming
Carp breeding and hatchery
management
Carp fry and fingerling rearing
Composite fish culture
Hatchery management and culture
of freshwater prawn
Breeding and culture of ornamental
fishes
Portable plastic carp hatchery
Pen culture of fish and prawn
Shrimp farming
Edible oyster farming
Pearl culture
Fish processing and value addition
Others, if any
IX Production of Inputs at site
Seed Production
Planting material production
Bio-agents production
Bio-pesticides production
Bio-fertilizer production
Vermi-compost production
Organic manures production
Production of fry and fingerlings
Production of Bee-colonies and wax
sheets
Small tools and implements
Production of livestock feed and
fodder
Production of Fish feed
Others, if any
X Capacity Building and Group
Dynamics
Leadership development                                5                             6
                                       4    55    -       6   -    6    -   -   -       -    61
                                                      5                             1
Group dynamics                                        1                             1
                                       1    16    -       3   -    3    -   -   -       -    19
                                                      6                             9
Formation and Management of
SHGs
Mobilization of social capital
Entrepreneurial development of                        1                             1
                                                          1
farmers/youths                              142       4                             5        157
                                       40         -       5   -   152   -   -   -       -
                                             3        2                             7         5
                                                          2
                                                      3                             5
WTO and IPR issues
Others, if any
XI Agro-forestry
Production technologies
                                                                                                       33

Nursery management
Integrated Farming Systems
XII Others (Pl. Specify)
TOTAL
(B) RURAL YOUTH
Mushroom Production
Bee-keeping
Integrated farming                                  1   2   1                                  4   1
                                     1    15    -                42        -       -       -            57
                                                    5   5   7                                  0   7
Seed production                                     1                                          1
                                                1       1                                          2
                                     6    122       4       5    16        -       -       -   3        157
                                                9       6                                          4
                                                    1                                          3
Production of organic inputs                    1   2                                          1   1
                                     1    17            -   -     -        -       -       -            28
                                                1   8                                          7   1
Integrated Farming
Planting material production
Vermi-culture                                       1                                          1
                                                        2
                                          151       5                                          8        181
                                     16         2       9   -    292       -       -       -       2
                                           6        1                                          0         0
                                                        2
                                                    8                                          8
Sericulture
Protected cultivation of vegetable
crops
Commercial fruit production
Repair and maintenance of farm
machinery and implements
Nursery Management of Horticulture                  2                                          2
                                     1    22    -       3   -     3        -       -       -       -    25
crops                                               2                                          5
Training and pruning of orchards                                                               1
                                                    9
                                     4    93    -       8   -     8        -       -       -   0   -    101
                                                    3
                                                                                               1
Value addition                                  1   1                                              1
                                                                                               1
                                     7    18    4   6   -   8     8        -       -       -       5    169
                                                                                               8
                                                3   1                                              1
Production of quality animal
products
Dairying
Sheep and goat rearing
Quail farming
Piggery
Rabbit farming
Poultry production
Ornamental fisheries
Para vets
Para extension workers
Composite fish culture
Freshwater prawn culture
Shrimp farming
Pearl culture
Cold water fisheries
Fish harvest and processing
technology
Fry and fingerling rearing
Small scale processing
Post Harvest Technology
Tailoring and Stitching                         1   1                                              1
                                     6     -    1   1   -   29    29   -       -       -       -   4    147
                                                8   8                                              7
Rural Crafts
Others, if any
TOTAL

(C) Extension Personnel
                                                                                                                                               34

        Productivity enhancement in field                                   1                                                     2
        crops                                         8       193      -    9   8       -        8       -       -       -        0        -    201
                                                                            3                                                     1
        Integrated Pest Management                                          5                                                     6
                                                      2       57       -        9       -        9       -       -       -                 -    66
                                                                            7                                                     6
        Integrated Nutrient management                                      1                                                     2
                                                      9       193      -    9   8       -        8       -       -       -        0        -    201
                                                                            3                                                     1
        Rejuvenation of old orchards
        Protected cultivation technology                                    1                                                     1
                                                      1       10       9        1       -        1       -       -       -                 9    20
                                                                            9                                                     1
        Formation and Management of
        SHGs
        Group Dynamics and farmers                                          3                                                     3        3
                                                      2       30       -        -       -        -       -       -       -                      30
        organization                                                        0                                                     0        0
        Information networking among
        farmers
        Capacity building for ICT application
        Care and maintenance of farm                                        5                                                     5
                                                      2       50       -        2       -        2       -       -       -                 -    52
        machinery and implements                                            0                                                     2
        WTO and IPR issues
        Management in farm animals
        Livestock feed and fodder
        production
        Household food security
        Women and Child care
        Low cost and nutrient efficient diet
        designing
        Production and use of organic inputs                                4                                                     4
                                                      2       44       1        3       -        3       -       -       -                 1    48
                                                                            5                                                     7
        Gender mainstreaming through
        SHGs
        Any other (Pl. Specify)
        TOTAL




        Note: Please furnish the details of training programmes as Annexure in the Performa given below

Date     Client   Title of the training               Dur     Venue         Number of                Number of                        Total
                                                      atio    (Off /
                  programme                           n in     On
                                                                            participants               SC
                                                      days    Camp         M     F     T             M  F     T              M        F             T
                                                               us)
28.3-     RY      Seed production technique in okra       5    ON          46       -       46       4       -       4       50        -            50
                                                                                                             35

 5.4.07
 4.4.07      PFW   Preparation of law cost balanced      2    ON     -    20   20   -   1    1     -    21        21
                   diet for mother & children
9-10..4.07   RY    Tie & Dye painting                    2    ON     -    15   15   -   -    -     -    15        15
   10-       PF    IPM in okra                           2    OFF   27     -   25   2   -    2    27     -        27
 11.4.07
   12-       PFW   Candle making (Brahara)               2    OFF    -    28   28   -   2    2     -    30        30
 13.4.07
   18-       PF    Layout & technique to developing      2    OFF   21    -    21   3   -    3    24    -         24
 19.4.07           new mango orchard
   19-       RY    Tie & Dye painting                    3    ON     -    18   18   -   1    1     -    19        19
 21.4.07
   23-       RY    Fabric painting                       8    ON     -    16   16   -   -    -     -    16        16
 30.4.07
 30.4-2-     RY    Layout & technique to developing      3    ON    24    -    24   3   -    3    27    -         27
   5.07            new mango orchard
 3-9.5.07    RY    Block spray, stencil painting         7    ON     -    20   20   -   -    -     -    20        20
9-10.5.07    PF    Control of shoot & fruit born in      2    OFF   2.3    -   23   2   -    2    25     -        25
                   brinjal by organic means.
  15-        RY    Preparation of milk products          15   ON     -    14   14   -   1    1     -    15        15
29.5.007
  22-        PF    Control of guava fusarium wilt &      2    ON    25    -    25   2   -    2    27    -         27
24.5.07            their remedy
  27-        RY    Suitable intercrop like turmeric &    2    ON    24    -    24   -   -    -    24    -         24
28.5.07            ginger in orchard and their
                   management practices.
1-5.6.07     RY    Squash making                         5    ON     -    13   13   -   2    2     -    15        15
6-8.6.07     RY    Fruit preservation                    3    ON     -    24   24   -   -    -     -    24        24
  10-        PF    Causes of mango mall formation        3    ON    25     -   25   2   -    2    27     -        27
11.6.07            & their control.
  11-        PFW   Safe grain storage control of         2    ON    30    -    -    4   -    -    34    -         34
12.6.07            household pest
  13-        PFW   Fruit preservation                    3    ON     -    21   21   -   -    -     -    21        21
15.6.07
  18-        PF    Seed Production technology in         5    ON    24    -    24   3   -    3    27    -         27
23.6.07            okra
  24-        PF    Causes of mango wall formation        2    OFF   21    -    21   2   -    2    23    -         23
25.6.07            & their control
 2.7.07      EF    Fundamental of SHG                    1    ON    28    -     -   1   -    -    29    -         29
 2.7.07      EF    Technique of vermicomposting &        1    ON    28    -    28   1   -    1    29    -         29
                   its role in vegetable cultivation
 6.7.07      PF    Seed treatment & nutrient             1    ON    96    -    96   4   -    4    100   -         100
                   management in okra
   10-       RY    Vegetable preservation                2    ON     -    22   22   -   -    -     -    22        22
 11.7.07
   13-       RY    Embroidery making                     18   ON     -    23   23   -   3    3     -    26        26
 30.7.07
   19-       PF    Layout & technique to develop         2    OFF   19    -    19   2   -    2    21-   -         21
 20.7.07           new mango orchard
   30-       PF    Nutrient management in Kharif         2    OFF   24    -    24   -   -    -    24    -         24
 31.7.07           cucurbits
  3.8.07     EF    Development of nutritional            1    ON    43    -    -    5   -    -    48    -         48
                   garden
  9.8.07     RY    Beautician & Parlor                   90   ON     -    21   21   -   30   30    -    51        51
   10-       RY    Scientific management practices       3    ON    23     -   23   2    -   2    25     -        25
 13.8.07           for tissue culture banana
   16-       RY    Scientific cultivation practices of   3    ON    20    -    20   -   -    -    20    -         20
 19.8.07           tuberoses
   22-       PFW   Development of Nutritional            3    ON     -    7    7    -   8    8     -    15        15
 24.8.07           garden for gainful employment
   25-       PF    Role of micro nutrients &             2    OF    24    -    24   -   -    -    24    -         24
 26.8.07           application of Boron &
                   Molybdenum in cauliflower &
                   cabbage
   27-       RY    Technique of vegetable nursery        5    ON    23    -    23   2   -    2    25    -         25
 31.8.07           bed preparation of shifting of
                   plants from nursery
                                                                                                               36

  29-       PFW   Preparation of low cost balanced          3   ON    -    20   20   -    5    5     -    25        25
31.8.07           diet
5-7.9.07    PFW   Promotion of rural sanitation             3   ON    -    18   18   -    10   10    -    28        28
                  programme
13.9.07     RY    Motivational course on                    1   ON    46   -    46   5    -    5    51    -         51
                  commercial flower cultivation
3-5.10.07   PFW   Safe grain storage house hold pest            ON    -    15   15   -    10   10    -    25        25
                  in cereals                            3
    3-      RY    Commercial flower cultivation         15      ON    80   -    80   20   -    20   100   -         100
25.10.07
5-6.10.07   PF    Nutrient management, especially           2   OFF   37   -    37   1    -    1    38    -         38
                  role of boron in cauliflower &
                  cabbage
12.10.07    PF    Nutrient management, especially           1   OFF   80   -    80   5    -    5    85    -         85
                  role of boron in cauliflower &
                  cabbage
   24-      PF    Seed production techniques in             2   OFF   25   -    25   2    -    2    27    -         27
 25.9.07          potato
26-9.07      PF   Onion Nursery management                  1   OFF   59    -   59   -     -    -   59     -        59
   9-       PFW   Preparation of low cost balanced          3   ON     -   14   14   -    10   10    -    24        24
11.10.07          died
15-10.07    EF    Gender implication in food                1   ON    43   -    -    6    -    6    49    -         49
                  security production system
15.10.07    EF    Technique of seed & soil                  1   ON    43   -    43   6    -    6    49    -         49
                  treatment in nursery raising of
                  rabi vegetable by organic means
25.10.07    EF    Biological controlling measure to         1   ON    44   -    44   6    -    6    50    -         50
                  control the fruit & shoot borer in
                  brinjal by using pheromone trap
                  & BT
  25-       PF    INM in Tomato, Brinjal & Chili            2   OFF   21   -    21   3    -    3    24    -         24
26.10.07
1.11.07     EF    Suitable cultivars of onion & its         1   ON    44   -    44   6    -    6    50    -         50
                  healthy seedling raising
3-4.11.07   PFW   Women & child care                        2   OFF    -   18   18   -    2    2     -    20        20
5-6.11.07    PF   Tuber treatment & field                   2   OFF   25    -   25   2    -    2    27     -        27
                  management in potato
5-7.11.07   PFW   Preparation of Milk products              3   ON     -   15   15   -    7    7     -    22        22
 8.11.07     EF   Scientific approaches in seed             1   ON    14    -   14   -    -    -    14     -        14
                  production of onion
  21-       PF    Rising Healthy seeding of                 2   OFF   32   -    32   4    -    4    36    -         36
23.11.07          cauliflower and cabbage
23-11.01    PFW   Safe grain storage control of             1   ON    20   5    25   1    -    1    21    5         26
                  household pest in Paddy
  24-       PF    Role of Micro nutrient and                2   OFF   25   -    25   2    -    2    27    -         27
25.11.07          application of boron and
                  molybdenum in cabbage and
                  cauliflower
26.11.07    PFW   Safe grain storage control of             1   ON    18   5    23   2    -    2    20    5         25
                  household Pest Pulse
28-10 to    RY    Commercial flower cultivation         15      ON    95   -    95   5    -    5    100   -         100
27.11.07
4-6.12.07   RY    Preparation of law cost balanced          3   ON    -    20   20   -    4    4     -    24        24
                  diet
7-8.12.07   PF    INM in tomato, brinjal & chili            2   OFF   19   -    19   3    -    3    22    -         22
   12-      PF    Nutrient management & plant               3   ON    25   -    25   3    -    3    28    -         28
15.12.07          protection in onion
18.12.07    RY    Tailoring                             90      ON     -   12   12    -   13   13    -    25        25
25-12 to    RY    Commercial flower cultivation         15      ON    77    -   77   23    -   23   100    -        100
  9.1.08
   25-      PF    Control of stembarer in mango             2   OFF   27   -    27   -    -    -    27    -         27
26.12.07
 12.1.08    PFW   Safe grain storage control of             1   OFF   49   -    49   5    -    5    54    -         54
                  house hold Pest in Paddy
  13-       PF    Control of short & forer in brinjal   2       OFF   23   -    23   2    -    2    25    -         25
14.1.08
                                                                                                           37

17.1.08    PFW   Safe grain storage control of         1    OFF   31   7    38   2    -    5    33   7          40
                 house hold Pest in Paddy
  17-      PF    Technique to take early summer        2    OFF   31   7    38   2    -    2    40    -         40
18.1.08          okra & cucurbits
21.1.08    PFW   Derogatory Reduction in Farm          1    OFF   -    1    1    -    23   23   -    24         24
                 Women by Sickle
22.1.08    PFW   How to store safely the Paddy,        1    OFF   37   -    37   1    -    1    38    -         38
                 Rice without using chemical
                 (Char Pokhari)
  23-      PF    Technique to cultivate early          2    OFF   46   -    46   4    -    4    50    -         50
24.1.08          summer cucurbits
24.1.08    PFW   How to store safely the Paddy,        1    OFF   20   -    20   1    -    1    21    -         21
                 Rice without using chemical
  24-      PF    Transplantation technique &           2    OFF   47   -    47   3    -    3    50    -         50
25.1.08          nutrient management in onion
  26-      PF    Scientific cultivation practices in   2    OFF   39   -    39   -    -    -    39    -         39
27.1.08          lemongrass
  28-      PFW   Technique of Paddy Store              1    OFF   50   -    50   10   -    10   60    -         60
29.1.08          (Agaiyawn)
  28-      PF    Cultivation practices & distillat-    2    OFF   40   -    40   2    -    2    42    -         42
29.1.08          ion technique in Japanese mint
30.1.08    PFW   Control of god own insect in          1    OFF   51   -    51   5    -    5    56    -         56
                 cereals storage
  30-      PF    Control of mango hopper &             2    OFF   79   -    79   4    -    4    83    -         83
31.1.08          powdery mil dew in mango
31.1.08    PFW   Derogatory Reduction with             1    OFF   -    21   21   -    -    -    -    21         21
                 modern sickle
 1.2.08    PFW   Technique of insect free storage      1    OFF   41   -    -    3    -    3    44    -         44
                 of rice
 5.2.08    PFW   Technique of insect free storage      1    OFF   45   -    -    5    -    5    50    -         50
                 of rice
7-8.2.08   PF    Control of mango hopper &             2    OFF   48   -    48   2    -    2    50    -         50
                 powdery mil dew in mango
 8.2.08    PFW   Technique of Paddy storage            1    OFF   16    -    -   3     -   3    19    -         19
12.2.08    PFW   Technique of Paddy storage            1    OFF   75    -    -   3     -   3    78    -         78
13.2 to     RY   Commercial flowers cultivation        15   ON     -   45   45   -    55   55    -   100        100
 3.3.08
15.2.08    PFW   Technique of insect free storage      1    ON    18   -    -    2    -    2    20    -         20
                 of Rice
22.2.08    PFW   Derogatory Reduction with             1    OFF   -    13   13   -    2    2    -    15         15
                 modern sickle
23.2.08     PF   IPM in onion                          1    OFF   23   -    23   2    -    2    25    -         25
26.2.08    PFW   Technique of insect free storage      1    OFF   23   -     -   7    -    7    30    -         30
                 of Rice
 1.3.08    RY    Preparation & Importance of           1    ON    -    24   24   -    -    -    -    24         24
                 Nutrition balance
 3.3.08    RY    Preparation &Importance of            1    ON    -    20   20   -    4    4    -    24         24
                 Nutrition balance
 4.3.08    PFW   Preparation & Importance of           1    OFF   -    24   24   -    5    5    -    29         29
                 Nutrition balance
 6.3.08    PF    INM in plant protection in onion      1    OFF   34   -    34   1    -    1    35    -         35
 8.3.08    EF    Controlling measurer to control       1    ON    43   -    43   5    -    5    48    -         48
                 the mango hopper & powdery mil
                 dew in mango
10.3.08    PF    Pest & disease control at             1    ON    45   -    45   5    -    5    50    -         50
                 flowering & fruiting time in
                 mango
12.3.08    PFW   Women & Child care                    1    ON     -   31   31   -    7    7     -   38         38
12.3.08     PF   Pest & disease control at             1    OFF   60    -   60   2    -    2    62    -         62
                 flowering & fruiting time in
                 mango
15.3.08    PF    Irrigation & nutrient management      1    OFF   42   -    42   1    -    1    43    -         43
                 in summer cucurbits
                                                                                                                                   38

 (D) Vocational training programmes for Rural Youth

                                                                                                                               Number
                                                                                                                                  of
                                                                                                                               persons
                                                         No. of Participants         Self employed after training
                                                                                                                              employed
                 Identified
   Crop /                       Training   Duration                                                                              else
                   Thrust
 Enterprise                       title*    (days)                                                                              where
                    Area
                                                                                    Type     Number          Number
                                                                                     of      of units           of
                                                       Male     Female    Total
                                                                                    units                    persons
                                                                                                            employed




 *training title should specify the major technology /skill transferred




  (E)         Sponsored Training Programmes

                                            Client                                  No. of Participants                            Spo
                                                       No.
                                                                                                                                   nsor
                  The                                   of
                                  Durati                                                                                            ing
Sl.               mati   Mon                           cour            Male               Female                  Total
         Title                      on     PF/RY/                                                                                  Age
No                 c      th                           ses
                                  (days)    EF                                                                                     ncy
                  area
                                                                          S           Othe    S       S   Othe     S      S Tot
                                                                Others         ST
                                                                          C            rs     C       T    rs      C      T al


      Total




 3.4.         Extension Activities (including activities of FLD programmes)


      Nature of              No. of                   Farmers              Extension Officials                          Total
 Extension Activity         activities      Male      Female     Total    Male Female Total                 Male       Female     Total
Field Day                      23           1122         ---     1122     103       ---    103              1225         ---      1225
Kishan Mela               10                8981      415        9396     192   ---       192               9173       415        9588
Kishan Gosthi             18                3833      480        4313     194   ---       194               4027       480        4507
Exhibition
Film Show                 111
Method
Demonstrations
Farmers Seminar           17                4529                 375      4904      233           6         239        4762       381
5143Workshop
Group meetings
Lectures delivered        24
Newspaper
coverage
Radio coverage            5
TV coverage
                                                                                                 39

Radio Programme
TV Programme            72
Publications
Popular articles
Extension Literature
Advisory Services       1845
Scientific visit to
farmers field
Farmers visit to KVK    6534
Diagnostic visits       63                 1827     ---      1827
Field visits
Exposure visits
Ex-trainees
Sammelan
Agriculture Camps
Clinic day
Soil health Camp
Animal Health Camp
Agri mobile clinic
Soil test campaigns
Farm Science Club
Conveners meet
Self Help Group
Conveners meetings
Mahila Mandals
Conveners meetings
Celebration of          i)      Kishan
important days          Divas
(specify)               ii)       Vijay
                        Diwas
                        iii) Foundation
                        day of ICAR
                        iv) Urja Diwas
                        v) World Food
                        Days
Any Other (Specify)
       Total




 3.5      Production and supply of Technological products

 A.SEED MATERIALS PRODUCED AT KVK FARM


                                                          Quantity     Value     Provided to No. of
       Sl. No.          Crop              Variety
                                                           (qtl.)    ( in Rs.)       Farmers
 I. CEREALS            Paddy
        1                         MTU 7029 CS               131.96                     1435
        2                         RM 1 CS                   130.10
        3                         RM 1 FS                     9.93
        4                         R Sweta FS                 10.49
        5                         R Sweta CS                 15.57
        6                         BPT 5204 CS                17.67
        7                         Sita FS                    16.95
        8                         PNR 381 FS                  8.30
        9                         Kashturi FS                 3.53
       10                         Suwasini FS                 1.23
       11                         PS 4 FS                     0.34
       12                         PS 5 FS                     0.27
      Total                                                 481.16
                        Wheat             HD 2733 F/S        46.31
                                                                                                              40

                                                                    In Stock Value
                               HD 1761 C/S              8.40
                                                                  131000.00 Approx
                                HD 2824 F/S            12.20
                                 UP 2338 C/S           25.50
                                HD 2643 C/S            19.80
                                HD 2643 F/S             9.45
                               HUW 234 C/S              5.85
                                HD 2888 C/S             5.25
II. OIL SEEDS Mustard       P. Jai Kishan C/S           0.92
        1                   Mahak F/S                   0.42
        2                   Shivani C/S                 0.27
        3
        4
        5
        6
      Total
III. PULSES     Lentil           PL 639 C/S             1.30
        1                   L 4076 C/S                  1.39
        2
        3
        4
        5
        6
      Total
IV. VEGETABLES
        1
        2
        3
        4
        5
        6
      Total
V. OTHERS     Berseem          Maskawi C/S              0.35
        1
        2
        3
        4
        5
      Total

                                                SUMMARY
                                                                                               Provided
                                                           Quantity             Value
     Sl. No.                 Crop                                                              to No. of
                                                            (qtl.)            ( in Rs.)
                                                                                               Farmers
        I      PADDY                                             477.50          479150.00           1435
        II     WHEAT                                             135.01          121509.00        In Stock
       III     OIL SEEDS                                           1.61            2898.00        In Stock
       IV      PULSES                                              2.69            4035.00        In Stock
        V      OTHERS (Berseem)                                    0.35            2800.00        In Stock
                     TOTAL                                       617.16          610392.00           1435

B. SEED MATERIALS PRODUCED THROUGH VILLAGE SEED PRODUCTION PROGRAMME


     Sl. No.         Crop         Variety       Quantity (qt.)     Value (Rs.)       Provided to No. of Farmers

    CEREALS        Paddy         R.M. 1     1800                   1950000         1100
                                 R. Sweta            200             260000                     300
                                                                                                              41

                                     MTU               2800          2640000                4000
                                     7029
                     Wheat           HD 2643            800          1092000                1560
                                     HUW 234           1000          1400000                1200
                                     HD 2733            500           602000                 860


OILSEEDS




PULSES               Lentil          L 4076             200           600000                 500
                                     PL 639             300           900000                 650


VEGETABLES




FLOWER CROPS




OTHERS (Specify)     Potato          K. Ashoka         6000          4640000                 500
                     Sugar Cane      Cop 9206          1200           180000                  40



PLANTING MATERIALS

           Sl. No.            Crop   Variety     Quantity (Nos.)   Value (Rs.)   Provided to No. of Farmers
FRUITS


SPICES



VEGETABLES




FOREST SPECIES




ORNAMENTAL CROPS



PLANTATION CROPS




Others (specify)




                                                      SUMMARY
                                                                                                                                  42

     Sl. No.                           Crop                     Quantity (Nos.)          Value (Rs.)             Provided to
                                                                                                                No. of Farmers
          1             FRUITS
          2             VEGETABLES
          3             SPICES
          4             FOREST SPECIES
          5             ORNAMENTAL CROPS
          6             PLANTATION CROPS
          7             OTHERS
                        TOTAL




                                                         BIO PRODUCTS

               Sl. No.            Product Name           Species                       Quantity             Value (Rs.)     Provided
                                                                                  No              (kg)                      to No. of
                                                                                                                            Farmers

BIOAGENTS
1
2
3
4
BIOFERTILIZERS
1
2
3
4
BIO PESTICIDES
1
2
3
4




                                                           SUMMARY

                                                                                Quantity                                  Provided to
    Sl. No.             Product Name          Species                                                    Value (Rs.)        No. of
                                                                          No               (kg)                            Farmers
      1            BIOAGENTS
                   BIO
      2
                   FERTILIZERS
      3            BIO PESTICIDE
                   TOTAL




LIVESTOCK

              Sl. No.           Type     Breed                 Quantity                Value (Rs.)       Provided to No. of Farmers
                                                        (Nos              Kgs

Cattle
                                                                                                        43



SHEEP AND GOAT




POULTRY




FISHERIES




Others (Specify)




                                                 SUMMARY

                                              Quantity
Sl. No.       Type       Breed                                   Value (Rs.)   Provided to No. of Farmers
                                      Nos                Kgs
  1       CATTLE

  2       SHEEP &
          GOAT
  3       POULTRY

  4       FISHERIES

  5       OTHERS

          TOTAL



3.6.      Literature Developed/Published (with full title, author & reference)

(A) KVK News Letter ((Date of start, Periodicity, number of copies distributed etc.)

(B) Literature developed/published

          Item                        Title                    Authors name               Number
Research papers
Technical reports
News letters
Technical bulletins
Popular articles
                                                                                                              44

Extension literature
Others (Pl. specify)
TOTAL

N.B. Please enclose a copy of each. In case of literature prepared in local language please indicate
the title in English

(C)    Details of Electronic Media Produced
S. No.      Type of media (CD / VCD / Title of the programme                      Number
            DVD / Audio-Cassette)




(D)      Details of personnel development

Sl. No Programme                          Venue                  Duration     Person
7      CIMMYT Workshop                    DMR Begusarai          21.3.07      S.B.K. Shashi
                                                                              PA
8        Zonal Workshop                   DNS, Patna             6-7.4.07     Dr. P.K. Dwivedi P.C.
                                                                              S.B.K. Shashi P.A.
9        National seminar on impact       KVK Bhojpur            29.4.07      Dr. P.K.Dwivedi PA
         of Quality Seed introduction                                         Sri Nilesh Kumar SMS (Horti.)
         of Vegetables                                                        S.B.K. Shashi P.A.
10       National Seminar on spices       RAU, PUSA              8-9.5.07     Dr. P.K. Dwivedi PC
         & Aromatic plants                                                    S.B.K. Shashi PA
         marketing & Cultivation
11       Strategies of ZT                 DMR, Begusari          14.5.07      S.B.K. Shashi PA
         Techniques Kharif 2007




3.7.     Success stories/Case studies, if any (two or three pages write-up on each case
         with suitable action photographs)

3.8.     Give details of innovative methodology or innovative technology of Transfer of
         Technology developed and used during the year
KVK Bhojpur is inviting the successful farmers in field of crop production, post harvest technology or in seed
production technology during training programme regularly. This has resulted in creating positive environment
in respect of particular technology to be transferred during course of training Programme. After completing the
training programme farmers are visiting the fields & realizing the facts and results and it has resulted in higher
percentage of adoption. The good examples are village seed production programme and ZT techniques adoption
in Bhojpur as well as organic farming.

3.9      Give details of indigenous technology practiced by the farmers in the KVK
         operational area which can be considered for technology development (in
         detail with suitable photographs)
S. No.         Crop / Enterprise                ITK Practiced                     Purpose of ITK
1              Orchard                          High bunds with outer             To keep away blue bulls
                                                ditches with outer deep
                                                ditches & bunds saturated
                                                with optima slip
2              Dairy Cattle                     Application of Calotropis         Removal of thorns
                                                latex on pricked thorn on
                                                                                                              45

                                                  affected area of body part
3                -Do-                             Feeding of cooked rice with        Removal of placenta
                                                  bamboo green leaf
4                Rice grain storage               Putting lump off common            To keep away rice insects
                                                  self in a cotton cloth is
                                                  planked in rice bin

3.10      Indicate the specific training need analysis 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.


3.11      Field activities

          i.         Number of villages adopted- 11
          ii.        No. of farm families selected- 1461
          iii.       No. of survey/PRA conducted- Nil

3.12.     Activities of Soil and Water Testing Laboratory

          Status of establishment of Lab                          : Actives of Soil test lab
1.        Year of establishment                                   : 2007
2.        List of equipments purchased with amount                :


       Sl. No                           Name of the Equipment                             Qty.         Cost
           1            Equipment
                        Spectro photometer                                            1            128827.00
                        Flame Photometer                                              1            58344.00
                        PH Meter Digital                                              1            12664.00
                        Digital Balance                                               1            26624.00
                        Distillation Apparatus S.S. Table pattern                     1            29120.00
                        Hot Air Oven                                                  1            12480
                        Hot Plate ISO 9001                                            1            9620.00
                        ISO 9001 Laboratory Mill                                      1            21840.00
                        Voltage Stabilizer                                            1            11700.00
                        Rotary Shaker Motor                                           1            22880.00
                                                                                                            46

                      Digital Conductivity Meter                                 1               13867.00
                      Physical Balance                                           1               2158.00
                      Total                                                      12              350124.00
         2            Glass ware                                                                 196587.00
         3            Plastic Ware                                                               56588.00
Total

3.      Details of samples analyzed so far                    :

      Details            No. of Samples          No. of Farmers        No. of Villages      Amount realized
Soil Samples
Water Samples
Total


4.0 IMPACT

4.1.    Impact of KVK activities (Not to be restricted for reporting period).
Sl.      Name of Specific Technology        No.        of     %           Change in Income (Rs.)

No.      /Skill transferred                 Trainee         Adoption      Before Training     After Training

                                                                          (Rs. Unit)          (Rs. Unit)

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



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

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

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 cultivation of lentil   105             75%           3900/Acre           5100/Acre

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

         plants)

8.       Production of paddy c.v. RM-1      30              65%           4200/Acre           8300/Acre

9.       Commercial         VermiCompost    815             90%           -                   500-800/Person

         production                                                                           per months


NB:     Should be based on actual study, questionnaire/group discussion etc. with ex-participants.

4.2.     Cases of large scale adoption
        (Please furnish detailed information for each case)

Adoption of Z.T.:- During year Rabi 2004-05 one Z.T. machine was provided by KVK to one innovative
farmers namely Mr. Amit Kumar the out standing result of wheat crops compelled him to purchase his own
machine and during the same season that is 2006-07 he got the return of his machine as service provider In this
year 2007-08 6 farmers from the same Chhotki Kharawon and surrounding had purchased the Z.T. machine It is
a good examples of large scale adoption of zero tillage technology.
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4.3       Details of impact analysis of KVK activities carried out during the reporting
          period

5.0 LINKAGES

5.1       Functional linkage with different organizations

Sl. No.            Name of Organization                                Nature of Linkage
1.          Rajendra Agricultural University Pusa,     1   Exchange of Technical information
            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, Samastipur   1   Exchange of Technical information
                                                       2   Farmers visit & Vocational Training
                                                       3   Seed Production Programme
3.          RCER, ICAR, B.V.C.Campus, Patna            1   Exchange of Technical information
                                                       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, Varanasi   1   Exchange of Technical information
                                                       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
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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 farmer
            Dainik Jagran, Prabhat Khabar, Aaj)                 & Rural Youth.
                                                          2     Circulation of information related to various
                                                                extension activities of K.V. K.

NB       The nature of linkage should be indicated in terms of joint diagnostic survey, joint implementation, and
         participation in meeting, contribution received for infrastructural development, conducting training
         programmes and demonstration or any other



5.2      List of special programmes undertaken by the KVK, which have been financed
         by State Govt./Other Agencies

                                               Date/ Month of
         Name of the scheme                                         Funding agency            Amount (Rs.)
                                                 initiation
                                                Oct.2005-06            Sugar Cane
      Sugar Cane Demonstration                                                                   25000.00
                                                                       Department
    Training on Vermi composting                Oct. 2006-07
                                                                     DRDA, Bhojpur             1190000.00
              Production
 Training on Commercial Floriculture           Sep. 2007-08          DRDA , Bhojpur             150000.00
                                               Oct. 2005-06           Directorate of
      Wheat ,Karnal demonstration                                                                10560.00
                                                                      Wheat, Karnal

5.3       Details of linkage with ATMA

         a) Is ATMA implemented in your district               Yes/No            Yes

S. No.       Programme                      Nature of linkage                   Remarks
     1        Programme Preparation                     Official
     2            Village Survey              Joint Diagnostic survey
    .3                Training                  Joint implementation

5.4      Give details of programmes implemented under National Horticultural Mission
S. No.       Programme                      Nature of linkage                   Constraints if any



5.5      Nature of linkage with National Fisheries Development Board
S. No.       Programme                      Nature of linkage                   Remarks
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         6.      PERFORMANCE OF INFRASTRUCTURE IN KVK
         6.1     Performance of demonstration units (other than instructional farm)
                                                      Details of production               Amount (Rs.)
          Sl.      Demo    Year of
                                     Area                                               Cost of    Gross       Remarks
          No.       Unit    est.                    Variety       Produce    Qty.
                                                                                        inputs    income


         6.2     Performance of instructional farm (Crops) including seed production

  Name

                                        Area (ha)
                 Date of
  Of the                                                      Details of production            Amount (Rs.)
                 sowing    Date of
   crop                                                                                                             Remarks
                           harvest
                                                                     Type of                 Cost of    Gross
                                                       Variety                      Qty.
                                                                     Produce                 inputs    income
Paddy           July-      Nov.-     3.80             MTU            CS         131.96      98000      105568
                Aug.       Dec.                       7029
                                     5.09             RM 1           CS         130.10      86889      117090
                                     0.39             RM 1           FS         9.93        11324      11916
                                     0.50             R.             FS         10.49       8532       12588
                                                      Sweta
                                     0.50             R.             CS         15.57       8532       15570       Crop
                                                      Sweta                                                        damaged
                                                                                                                   due to
                                                                                                                   back water
                                                                                                                   flood
                                     0.50             BPT            CS         17.67       8227       17670
                                                      5204
                                     1.02             Sita           FS         16.95       17028      20340
                                     0.58             PNR            FS         8.30        9558       9960
                                                      381
                                     0.12             Kashturi       FS         3.53        2121       6354
                                     0.40             Suwasini       FS         1.23        686        2214
                                     0.02             PS 4           FS         0.34        350        612
                                     0.02             PS 5           BS         0.27        350        486
Wheat           Nov.       March     2.42             HD 2733        FS         46.31       39635      41679
                Dec.       April07
                                     0.72             HP 1761        CS         8.40        12070      7560
                                     0.88             HD 2824        FS         12.20       11863      10980
                                     1.80             UP 2338        CS         25.50       30494      22950
                                     0.32             HD 2643        FS         9.45        5399       8505
                                     1.14             HD 2643        CS         19.80       18865      17820       Heavy
                                                                                                                   rain
                                                                                                                   during
                                                                                                                   flowing
                                     0.60             HUW            CS         5.85        11176      5265
                                                      234
                                     0.47             HD 2888        FS         5.25        10285      4725
Oilseed         28-30      Feb.      0.36             P. Jai         CS         0.92        3443       1656        Heavy
                Nov 06     March                      Kishan
                                                                                                                   rain
                           07
                                                                                                                   during
                                                                                                                   flowering
                                     0.20             Mahak          FS         0.42        1967       756
                                     0.40             Siwani         CS         0.27        3934       486
Pulses          30 Nov     March     0.60             PL 639         CS         1.30        6027       1950
                06         07
                                     0.60             L 4076         CS         1.39        6027       2085
Others (specify)
Barseem       15-30        Jan to    1.15             Vardan         CS         3000        32982      48000       Seed
                              th                                                                                   damaged
              Dec.06       15                                                   qt.                                due to rain
                           April                                                grass
                                                                                                         50

                      07                                               35 kg
                                                                       seed

6.3       Performance of production Units (bio-agents / bio pesticides/ bio fertilizers
          etc.)

 Sl.        Name of the                                       Amount (Rs.)
                                      Qty                                                     Remarks
 No.          Product                              Cost of inputs       Gross income




6.4      Performance of instructional farm (livestock and fisheries production)

           Name                Details of production                    Amount (Rs.)
 Sl.       of the
 No       animal /                       Type of                    Cost of       Gross        Remarks
                           Breed                       Qty.
           bird /                        Produce                    inputs       income
          aquatics



6.5       Utilization of hostel facilities

          Accommodation available (No. of beds)

                                     No. of trainees       Trainee days (days      Reason for short fall
            Months
                                         stayed                  stayed)                (if any)
  April 2007
  May 2007
  June 2007
  July 2007
  August 2007
  September 2007                43                       7




     (For whole of the year)

7.        FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

7.1       Details of KVK Bank accounts

Bank account                   Name of the bank          Location                      Account Number
With Host Institute            Bank of India             Patna Sone Bhawan             13383
With KVK                       Bank of Baroda            Ara, Bhojpur                  2007088




7.2       Utilization of funds under FLD on Oilseed (Rs. In Lakhs)
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                         Released by
                                            Expenditure
                             ICAR                                                        st
       Item                                                    Unspent balance as on 1 April 2007
                       Kharif    Rabi     Kharif     Rabi
                       2006 2006 -07      2006     2006-07
Inputs                                             0.4975
Extension activities                               0.0675
TA/DA/POL etc.                                     0.1050
TOTAL                                              0.6700

7.3     Utilization of funds under FLD on Pulses (Rs. In Lakhs)

                                  Released by ICAR                  Expenditure           Unspent
                                                                                         balance as
              Item               Kharif         Rabi           Kharif        Rabi            st
                                                                                         on 1 April
                                 2006         2006 -07         2006         2006-07
                                                                                            2007
Inputs                                                       0.0800       0.1300
Extension activities                                         0.0120       0.0200
TA/DA/POL etc.                                               0.0170       0.0310
TOTAL                                                        0.1090       0.1810


7.4     Utilization of funds under FLD on Cotton (Rs. In Lakhs)

                                  Released by ICAR                  Expenditure           Unspent
                                                                                         balance as
              Item               Kharif         Rabi           Kharif        Rabi            st
                                                                                         on 1 April
                                 2006         2006 -07         2006         2006-07
                                                                                            2007
Inputs
Extension activities
TA/DA/POL etc.
TOTAL

7.5(A) Utilization of KVK funds during the year 2006 -07 and 2007 -08
       (Year-wise separately) (Current year and previous year)
                                               2006-07
 S.
                            Particulars                         Sanctioned         Released     Expenditure
No.
A. Recurring Contingencies
 1    Pay & Allowances                                         2100000.00         2100000.00   2106138.00
 2    Traveling allowances                                     100000.00          100000.00    100000.00
 3    Contingencies
 A    Stationery, telephone, postage and other expenditure
      on office running, publication of Newsletter and
      library maintenance (Purchase of News Paper &
      Magazines)                                               --                 --           59430.00
 B    POL, repair of vehicles, tractor and equipments          --                 --           66523.00
 C    Meals/refreshment for trainees (ceiling up to
      Rs.40/day/trainee be maintained)                         --                 --           37196.00
 D    Training material (posters, charts, demonstration
      material including chemicals etc. required for
      conducting the training)                                 --                 --           --
 E    Frontline demonstration except oilseeds and pulses
      (minimum of 30 demonstration in a year)                  --                 --           23840.00
 F    On farm testing (on need based, location specific and
      newly generated information in the major production
      systems of the area)                                     --                 --           14000.00
 G    Training of extension functionaries                      --                 --           5000.00
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 H     Maintenance of buildings                               --            --          --
 I     Establishment of Soil, Plant & Water Testing
       Laboratory                                             320000.00     320000.00   319984.00
 J     Library
                       TOTAL (A)

B. Non-Recurring Contingencies
 1    Works
 2     Equipments including SWTL & Furniture                  860000.00     860000.00   859999.00
 3     Vehicle (Four wheeler/Two wheeler, please specify)
 4    Library (Purchase of assets like books & journals)      10000.00      10000.00    10017.00
                      TOTAL (B)
C. REVOLVING FUND
                GRAND TOTAL (A+B+C)


7.5(B) Utilization of KVK funds during the year 2006 -07 and 2007 - March 2008
                                        2007-08
 S.
                            Particulars                        Sanctioned    Released    Expenditure
No.
A. Recurring Contingencies
 1    Pay & Allowances                                        22.00         11.00       1038093.00
 2    Traveling allowances                                    1.00          0.60        50000.00
 3    Contingencies
 A    Stationery, telephone, postage and other expenditure    1.75          0.87        59019.00
      on office running, publication of Newsletter and
      library maintenance (Purchase of News Paper &
      Magazines)
 B    POL, repair of vehicles, tractor and equipments         --            --          48900.00
 C    Meals/refreshment for trainees (ceiling up to           --            --          34400
      Rs.40/day/trainee be maintained)
 D    Training material (posters, charts, demonstration       1.75          0.88        17009
      material including chemicals etc. required for
      conducting the training)
 E    Frontline demonstration except oilseeds and pulses      0.25          0.12        0.10
      (minimum of 30 demonstration in a year)
 F    On farm testing (on need based, location specific and   01.25         0.63
      newly generated information in the major production
      systems of the area)                                                              0.31
 G    Training of extension functionaries                     --            --          12150.00
 H    Maintenance of buildings                                --            --          --
  I   Establishment of Soil, Plant & Water Testing
      Laboratory                                              --            --          --
 J    Library                                                 --            --          --
                        TOTAL (A)                             28.00         14.00

B. Non-Recurring Contingencies
 1    Works                                                   --            --          --
 2     Equipments including SWTL & Furniture                  --            --          --
 3     Vehicle (Four wheeler/Two wheeler, please specify)     --            --          --
 4    Library (Purchase of assets like books & journals)      --            --          --
                      TOTAL (B)
C. REVOLVING FUND
                GRAND TOTAL (A+B+C)
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7.5    Status of revolving fund (Rs. in lakhs) for the three years

                      Opening            Income                               Net balance in hand
                                                          Expenditure                  st
      Year          balance as on       during the                             as on 1 April of
                        st                               during the year
                       1 April             year                                    each year
April 2004 to      6698.35            584161.50         584803.10            6056.75
March 2005
April 2005 to      6056.75            455848.00         453547.00            8357.75
March 2006
April 2006 to      8357.75            530010.75         523457.50            14911.00
March 2007

8.0    Please include information which has not been reflected above (write in
       detail).

8.1    Constraints
       (a)      Administrative- Under staffing Resulting average KVK achievement
       (b)      Financial – No head year marked or identified to meet the expenses of IInd &
                particularly IIIrd quarters before release of funds
       (c)      Technical
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                                              SUMMARY TABLES
       1         Details of Technology assessment and refinement

       Table 1A:           Abstract on the number of technologies assessed in respect of crops

  Thematic                                        Commercial                                    Plantation   Tuber
                 Cereals      Oilseeds   Pulses                Vegetables   Fruits   Flower                           TOTAL
    areas                                           Crops                                         crops      Crops
Varietal         1            3          1
Evaluation
Seed / Plant
production
Weed             1
Management
Integrated
Crop
Management
Integrated       1            3
Nutrient
Management
Integrated
Farming
System
Mushroom
cultivation
Drudgery
reduction
Farm
machineries
Value addition
Integrated
Pest
Management
Integrated       1            1          3
Disease
Management
Resource
conservation
technology
Small Scale
income
generating
enterprises
TOTAL

       Table 1 B;          Abstract on the number of technologies refined in respect of crops

  Thematic                                        Commercial                                    Plantation   Tuber
                 Cereals      Oilseeds   Pulses                Vegetables   Fruits   Flower                           TOTAL
    areas                                           Crops                                         crops      Crops
Varietal
Evaluation
Seed / Plant
production
Weed
Management
Integrated
Crop
Management
Integrated
Nutrient
Management
Integrated
Farming
System
                                                                                                           55

Mushroom
cultivation
Drudgery
reduction
Farm
machineries
Post Harvest
Technology
Integrated
Pest
Management
Integrated
Disease
Management
Resource
conservation
technology
Small Scale
income
generating
enterprises
TOTAL

      Table 1 C:      Abstract on the number of technologies assessed in respect of livestock
                      Enterprises

         Thematic areas         Cattle       Poultry     Piggery      Rabbitary       Fisheries     TOTAL
      Evaluation of Breeds
      Nutrition Management
      Disease of Management
      Value Addition
      Production and
      Management
      Feed and Fodder
      Small Scale income
      generating enterprises
      TOTAL

      Table 1 D:      Abstract on the number of technologies refined in respect of livestock enterprises

         Thematic areas         Cattle       Poultry     Piggery      Rabbitary       Fisheries     TOTAL
      Evaluation of Breeds
      Nutrition Management
      Disease of Management
      Value Addition
      Production and
      Management
      Feed and Fodder
      Small Scale income
      generating enterprises
      TOTAL


      Table – 1 E     Details of technology refined

          Crop /          Technology                                  Technology          Result justifying
                                              No. replications
        Enterprise         Assessed                                     refined            the refinement
                                                                                                                                                             56

          2. Details of Frontline Demonstrations

          Table – 2 A Front Line Demonstrations on Oilseed Crops

                                                                                                         Data on parameter
                                                                                                                                        Average           Benefit-Cost
                                                          Demo.          Local          Increase            in relation to
              Technology          No. of        Area                                                                                   Net Return         Ratio (Gross
 Crop                                                      Yield         Check           in yield            technology
             Demonstrated        Farmers        (ha.)                                                                                    (Profit)           Return /
                                                           (qt.)          (qt.)            (%)             demonstrated
                                                                                                                                        (Rs./ha)          Gross Cost)
                                                                                                         Demo          Local
 Toria            HYV            25 Nos        10.00       13.8           7.8             69.9             --            --           12655               2.6:1
Mustard           -Do-           24 Nos        10.00       15.7           10.6            67.5             --            --           13680               2.7:1
Yellow                                                                                                                                10380               2.1:1
                  -Do-           24 Nos        10.00       12.5           8.9             40.5                 --            --
Mustard

          Table – 2 B Front Line Demonstrations on Pulse Crops

                                                                                                         Data on parameter
                                                                                                                                        Average           Benefit-Cost
                                                         Demo.          Local          Increase             in relation to
              Technology          No. of       Area                                                                                    Net Return         Ratio (Gross
 Crop                                                     Yield         Check           in yield             technology
             Demonstrated        Farmers       (ha.)                                                                                     (Profit)           Return /
                                                           (qt)          (qt.)            (%)              demonstrated
                                                                                                                                        (Rs./ha)          Gross Cost)
                                                                                                         Demo          Local
 Red           Pad Borer                                                                                                              24540               3.4:1
                                 18 Nos.        5.00      19.3           12.7            51.9               --               --
 Gram           Control
 Gram            -Do-            15 Nos.        5.00     16.50           13.9            18.7               --               --       17270               2.4:1
                                                                         New                                                          23565               2.7:1
Rajmash           HYV            5 Nos.         2.00      15.8                        New Crop              --               --
                                                                         Crop

          Table – 2 C Front Line Demonstrations on Other Crops

                                                                                                        Data on parameter
                                                                                                                                      Average Net         Benefit-Cost
                                                        Demo.       Local             Increase             in relation to
            Technology         No. of      Area                                                                                          Return           Ratio (Gross
Crop                                                     Yield      Check              in yield             technology
           Demonstrated       Farmers      (ha.)                                                                                         (Profit)           Return /
                                                         (qt.)       (qt.)               (%)              demonstrated
                                                                                                                                        (Rs./ha)          Gross Cost)
                                                                                                        Demo          Local
Paddy        DSRZT               26        13.00         48.6           44.1             10               --            --            17590             2.2:1
             Brown                                                                                                                    13770             1.9:1
Paddy                            12        9.00          45.8           42.5            7.8               --                --
            Mannuring
Maize         QPM                70        28.00         24.3           18.9            28.6              --                --        7395              1.9:1

          Table – 2 D Front Line Demonstrations on Other enterprises

                                                                                                              Data on
                                                                                                           parameter in
                                                                  No.          Size                          relation to              % change
                               Variety/             No. of                              Parameter
          Enterprise                                               of           of                          technology                  in the      Remarks
                         breed/Species/others      farmers                              indicators
                                                                 Units         Unit                        demonstrated               parameter
                                                                                                                      Local
                                                                                                          Demon.
                                                                                                                     check



          3. Details of training programmes conducted:

          Table – 3 A Area-wise distributions of on + Off Campus Training Courses for Farmers and
          Farm Women (regular + sponsored)


                                                                                       No. of Participants
          Thematic Area                  No. of
                                                                 Others                           SC                    ST              Grand Total
                                        Courses
                                                         M         F             T                                                     M      F     T

          Crop Production
          Weed Management                  4            113         -          113        20        -     20        -   -         -   133     -     133
          Resource
          Conservation                     5            102         -          102        15        -     15        -   -         -   117     -     117
          Technologies
          Cropping Systems                 11           334         -          334        52        -     52        -   -         -   386     -     386
                                                                                           57

Crop Diversification      1    18    -    18    1    -   1    -   -   -   19    -    19
Integrated Farming        2    44    -    44    5    -   5    -   -   -   49    -    49
Micro
                          1    17    -    17    1    -   1    -   -   -   18    -    18
Irrigation/Irrigation
Seed production           4    93    -    93    12   -   12   -   -   -   105   -    105
Nursery management
Integrated Crop
                          17   460   -    460   69   -   69   -   -   -   529   -    529
Management
Soil and Water
                          2    31    -    31    1    -   1    -   -   -   32    -    32
Conservation
Integrated Nutrient
Management
Production of organic
                          3    152   12   164   45   5   50   -   -   -   297   17   314
inputs
Horticulture
a) Vegetable Crops
Production of low
value and high volume     8    270   -    270   20   -   20   -   -   -   290   -    290
crop
Off-season vegetables
Nursery raising           2    41    -    41    9    -   9    -   -   -   50    -    50
Exotic vegetables
Export potential
vegetables
Grading and
standardization
Protective cultivation
b) Fruits
Training and Pruning      4    85    -    85    11   -   11   -   -   -   96    96   96
Layout and
Management of
Orchards
Cultivation of Fruit
Management of young
plants/orchards
Rejuvenation of old
orchards
Export potential fruits
Micro irrigation
systems of orchards
Plant propagation
techniques
c) Ornamental Plants
Nursery Management
Management of potted
plants
Export potential of
ornamental plants
Propagation
techniques of
Ornamental Plants
d) Plantation crops
Production and
Management
technology
Processing and value
addition
e) Tuber crops
Production and
Management                8    330   -    330   29   -   29   -   -   -   359   -    359
technology
Processing and value
addition
f) Spices
                                                                                   58

Production and
Management
technology
Processing and value
addition
g) Medicinal and
Aromatic Plants
Nursery management
Production and
management
technology
Post harvest
technology and value
addition
Soil Health and
Fertility Management
Soil fertility
management
Integrated water
management
Integrated nutrient
management
Production and use of
organic inputs
Management of
Problematic soils
Micro nutrient
deficiency in crops
Nutrient use efficiency
Balanced use of
fertilizers
Soil and water testing
Livestock
Production and
Management
Dairy Management
Poultry Management
Piggery Management
Rabbit Management
Animal Disease
Management
Feed and Fodder
technology
Production of quality
animal products
Home
Science/Women
empowerment
Household food
security by kitchen
                           1   -   7    7    -   8   8   -   -   -   -   15   15
gardening and
nutrition gardening
Design and
development of             2   -   40   40   -   6   6   -   -   -   -   46   46
low/minimum cost diet
Designing and
development for high
nutrient efficiency diet
Minimization of
nutrient loss in
processing
Processing and
cooking
                                                                                    59

Gender
mainstreaming
through SHGs
Storage loss
minimization              1   30   -    30   4   -   4   -   -   -   34   -    34
techniques
Value addition            1   14   18   32   1   2   3   -   -   -   15   20   35
Women empowerment         1    -   13   13   -   2   2   -   -   -    -   15   15
Location specific
                          1   -    18   18   -   6   6   -   -   -   -    24   24
drudgery reduction
Rural Crafts              1   -    28   28   -   2   2   -   -   -   -    30   30
Women and child care      1   -    18   18   -   6   6   -   -   -   -    24   24
Agril. Engineering
Farm machinery and
its maintenance
Installation and
maintenance of micro
irrigation systems
Use of Plastics in
farming practices
Production of small
tools and implements
Repair and
maintenance of farm
machinery and
implements
Small scale
processing and value
addition
Post Harvest
Technology
Plant Protection
Integrated Pest
Management
Integrated Disease
Management
Bio-control of pests
and diseases
Production of bio
control agents and bio
pesticides
Fisheries
Integrated fish farming
Carp breeding and
hatchery management
Carp fry and fingerling
rearing
Composite fish culture
Hatchery management
and culture of
freshwater prawn
Breeding and culture
of ornamental fishes
Portable plastic carp
hatchery
Pen culture of fish and
prawn
Shrimp farming
Edible oyster farming
Pearl culture
Fish processing and
value addition
Production of Inputs
at site
Seed Production
                                                                                                                               60

Planting material
production
Bio-agents production
Bio-pesticides
production
Bio-fertilizer
production
Vermi-compost
production
Organic manures
production
Production of fry and
fingerlings
Production of Bee-
colonies and wax
sheets
Small tools and
implements
Production of livestock
feed and fodder
Production of Fish
feed
Capacity Building
and Group Dynamics
Leadership
development
Group dynamics
Formation and
Management of SHGs
Mobilization of social
capital
Entrepreneurial
development of              40      1423    -       1423    152       -   152    -   -       -       1575    -      1575
farmers/youths
Agro-forestry
Production
technologies
Nursery management
Integrated Farming
Systems
Others (Pl. specify)
TOTAL




 Table – 3 B Area-wise distributions of On + Off Campus Training Courses for Rural
                      Youth (regular + sponsored + vocational)


                                                                      No. of Participants
                           No. of
   Thematic Area                           Others
                          Courses                                                                                Grand Total
                                    Male   Female     Total               SC                 ST
Mushroom
                                                                  M       F     T    M           F   T
Production
Bee-keeping
Integrated farming          1       15          -      15     25          17    42       -       -   -      40       17        57
                                                                                                                   61

Seed production         6     122      19    141     11        5      16          -       -    -   133       24    157
Production of organic
                        1      17      11     28      -        -      -           -       -    -    17       11    28
inputs
Integrated Farming
Planting material
production
Vermi-culture           16    1516      2    1518    292       -      292         -       -    -   1808      2    1810
Sericulture
Protected cultivation
of vegetable crops
Commercial fruit
production
Repair and
maintenance of farm
machinery and
implements
Nursery Management
                        1      22       -     22     3         -          3       -       -    -    25       -     25
of Horticulture crops
Training and pruning
                        4      93       -     93     8         -          8       -       -    -   101       -     101
of orchards
Value addition          7      18      143   161      -        8          8       -       -    -    18      151    169
Production of quality
animal products
Dairying
Sheep and goat
rearing
Quail farming
Piggery
Rabbit farming
Poultry production
Ornamental fisheries
Composite fish
culture
Freshwater prawn
culture
Shrimp farming
Pearl culture
Cold water fisheries
Fish harvest and
processing
technology
Fry and fingerling
rearing
Small scale
processing
Post Harvest
Technology
Tailoring and
                        6      -       118   118      -    29         29          -       -    -       -    147    147
Stitching
Rural Crafts
Others, if any
TOTAL




Table – 3 C   Area-wise distribution of On + Off Campus Training Courses for In-service
Extension Personnel (regular + sponsored )

                                                                   No. of Participants
                              No. of
        Thematic Area                     Others
                             Courses                                                                       Grand Total
                                        M   F    T                  SC                        ST
                                                           M         F        T       M        F   T
                                                                                                                 62

 Productivity enhancement in
                                      8       193   -     193        8    -     8   -     -     -    201    -    201
 field crops
 Integrated Pest Management           2        57   -      57        9    -     9   -     -     -    66     =-    66
 Integrated Nutrient management       9       193   -     193        8    -     8   -     -     -    201     -   201
 Rejuvenation of old orchards
 Protected cultivation technology     1        10   9         19     1    -     1   -     -     -    11     9     20
 Formation and Management of
 SHGs
 Group Dynamics and farmers
                                      2        30   -         30      -   -     -   -     -     -    30     -     30
 organization
 Information networking among
 farmers
 Capacity building for ICT
 application
 Care and maintenance of farm
 machinery and implements
 Management in farm animals
 Livestock feed and fodder
 production
 Household food security
 Women and Child care
 Low cost and nutrient efficient
 diet designing
 Production and use of organic
                                      2        44   1         45     3    -     3   -     -     -    47     1     48
 inputs
 Gender mainstreaming through
 SHGs
 Any other (pl.specify)


 Table – 4 Numbers of Extension Activities and Beneficiaries (Excluding FLD )

      Nature of           No. of             Farmers                Extension Officials               Total
 Extension Activity      activities   Male   Female Total          Male Female Total          Male   Female      Total
Field Day                   19         881      ---   881           70       ---     70        951     ---        951
Kishan Mela            10             8981   415     9396          192   ---       192        9173   415         9588
Kishan Gosthi          18             3833   480     4313          194   ---       194        4027   480         4507
Exhibition
Film Show              111
Method
Demonstrations
Farmers Seminar        17             4529              375        4904   233       6         239    4762        381
5143Workshop
Group meetings
Lectures delivered     24
Newspaper
coverage
Radio coverage         5
TV coverage
Radio Programme
TV Programme           69
Publications
Popular articles
Extension Literature
Advisory Services      1845
Scientific visit to
farmers field
Farmers visit to KVK   6534
Diagnostic visits      63             1827   ---        1827
Field visits
Exposure visits
Ex-trainees
Sammelan
Agriculture Camps
Clinic day
                                                                                                 63

Soil health Camp
Animal Health Camp
Agri mobile clinic
Soil test campaigns
Farm Science Club
Conveners meet
Self Help Group
Conveners meetings
Mahila Mandals
Conveners meetings
Celebration of         i)      Kishan
important days         Divas
(specify)              ii)       Vijay
                       Diwas
                       iii) Foundation
                       day of ICAR
                       iv) Urja Diwas
                       v) World Food
                       Days
Any Other (Specify)
       Total

 Table – 5 A Productions of Seeds (KVK, farm & Seed Village)

                                                               Value     Provided to No. of Farmers
      Sl. No.          Crop       Variety    Quantity (qt.)
                                                              (In Rs.)
 I. CEREALS           Paddy
                                 MTU
         1                                      2973.30
                                 7029 CS
         2                       RM 1 CS        1961.00
         3                       RM 1 FS         24.00
         4                       R. Sweta
                                                216.90
                                 CS
                                 R. Sweta
         5                                       16.00
                                 FS
                                 BPT
         6                                       19.60
                                 5204 CS
         7                       Sita FS         27.00
                                 PNR 381
         8                                       36.00
                                 FS
                                 Kashturi
         9                                        0.12
                                 FS
                                 Suwasini
        10                                        0.04
                                 FS
       11                        PS – 4 FS        0.02
       12                        PS-5 FS          0.02
      Total                                                   5229150              6835
                                  HD 2733
                       Wheat                     46.31
                                       F/S
                                  HD 1761                                      In Stock Value
                                                  8.40
                                       C/S
                                  HD 2824
                                                 12.20
                                       F/S
                                  UP 2338
                                                 25.50
                                       C/S
                                  HD 2643
                                                819.80
                                       C/S
                                  HD 2643
                                                  9.45
                                       F/S
                                     HUW
                                                1005.85
                                   234 C/S
                                                                                          64

                             HD 2888
                                           5.25
                                 C/S
                             HD 2733
                                           500
                                  CS
Total                                     2435.01       3215509
II. OIL SEEDS                    P. Jai
                  Mustard       Kishan     0.92
                                   C/S
                             Mahak
      1                                    0.42
                             F/S
                             Shivani
      2                                    0.27
                             C/S
        3
        4
        5
        6
      Total                                1.61           2898
III. PULSES                    PL 639
                    Lentil                301.30
                                  C/S
                             L 4076
      1                                   201.39
                             C/S
      2
      3
      4
      5
      6
     Total                                502.69        1504035
IV. VEGETABLES
      1
      2
     Total
V. OTHERS
                              Varadan
      1          Berseem                   0.35           2800
                                  C/S
                             K.
      2          Potato      Ashoka        6000         4640000
                             CS
                             COP
      3          S. Cane                   1200          180000
                             9206 CS
     4
     5
    Total

                                          SUMMARY
                                                                              Provided
                                                    Quantity        Value
     Sl. No.                  Crop                                            to No. of
                                                     (qtl.)       ( in Rs.)
                                                                              Farmers
        I       PADDY                               4281.16       5229150        6835
        II      WHEAT                               2435.01       3215509      In Stock
       III      OIL SEEDS                            1.61           2898       In Stock
       IV       PULSES                              502.69        1504035      In Stock
                OTHERS
          V
                Berseem                              0.35           2800      In Stock
                Potato                              6000.00       4640000     In Stock
                S. Cane                             1200.00       180000      In Stock
                       TOTAL                         14420.82      14774392     6835
                                                                                             65

Table – 5 B    Production of planting/seedling materials of Fruits/Vegetables/Forest Species

                                      Quantity       Value      Provided to No. of Farmers
    Sl. No.       Crop     Variety
                                       (Nos.)      ( in Rs.)
I. FRUITS
         1
         2
         3
         4
         5
       Total
II. VEGETABLES
         1
         2
         3
         4
         5
       Total
III. SPICES
         1
         2
         3
         4
         5
       Total
IV. FOREST SPECIES
         1
         2
         3
         4
         5
       Total
V. ORNAMENTAL CROPS
         1
         2
         3
         4
         5
       Total
VI. PLANTATION CROPS
         1
         2
         3
         4
         5
       Total
VII. OTHERS
         1
         2
         3
         4
         5
       Total

                                         SUMMARY

                                                 Quantity          Value       Provided
     Sl. No.               Crop
                                                  (Nos.)         ( in Rs.)     to No. of
                                                                                                            66

                                                                                            Farmers
                I       FRUITS
                II      VEGETABLES
               III      SPICES
               IV       FOREST SPECIES
                V       ORNAMENTAL CROPS
               VI       PLANTATION CROPS
               VII      OTHERS
                             TOTAL

        Table –5 C      Production of bio products

                                                                      Quantity                      Provided
                                    Product                                              Value
              Sl. No.                             Species                                           to No. of
                                     Name                        No             (kg)     (Rs.)
                                                                                                    Farmers

       I. BIOAGENTS
                1
                2
                3
                4
                                                                           2570                     1 Farmer
                                                                                                    (Rs.
       II. BIOFERTILIZERS      VermiCompost                                             10280.00    2400)
                                                                                                    Rest in
                                                                                                    farm use
                  1
                  2
                  3
                  4
       III. BIO PESTICIDES
                  1
                  2
                  3
                  4
                  5


                                                   SUMMARY

                                                                     Quantity                           Provided
Sl. No.             Product Name              Species                                    Value (Rs.)    to No. of
                                                                No              (kg)                    Farmers
   I        BIOAGENTS
            BIO FERTILIZERS                                                                             1 Farmer
                                                                                                        (Rs. 2400)
   II                                    Vermi Compost                          2570     10280.00
                                                                                                        Rest in
                                                                                                        farm use
  III       BIO PESTICIDE
            TOTAL

        Table 5 D              Livestock materials

             Sl. No.         Type     Breed          Quantity           Value          Provided to No. of
                                                                                                 67

                                                            (Rs.)              Farmers
                                   (Nos         Kgs
I. Cattle



II. SHEEP AND
GOAT




III. POULTRY




IV. FISHERIES




V. Others
(Specify)




                                     SUMMARY

                                    Quantity
 Sl. No.          Type     Breed                  Value (Rs.)       Provided to No. of Farmers
                                   Nos    Kgs
    I       CATTLE
    II      SHEEP & GOAT
   III      POULTRY
   IV       FISHERIES
   V        OTHERS
            TOTAL




                                                                       Dr. P. K. Dwivedi
                                                                    Programme Co-ordinator
                                                                      Krishi Vigyan Kendra
                                                                     SCADA, Ara, Bhojpur
                                                                                                                             68

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            Note: Please furnish the details of training programmes as Annexure in the Performa given below

  Date       Client   Title of the training                 Dur    Venue     Number of         Number of                Total
                                                            atio   (Off /
                      programme                             n in    On
                                                                             participants        SC
                                                            days   Camp     M     F     T      M  F     T        M       F        T
                                                                    us)
  28.3-        RY     Seed production technique in okra      5      ON      46    -     46     4      -     4    50      -        50
  5.4.07
   10-         PF     IPM in okra                            2     OFF      27    -     25     2      -     2    27      -        27
 11.4.07
   18-         PF     Layout & technique to developing       2     OFF      21    -     21     3      -     3    24      -        24
 19.4.07              new mango orchard
  30.4-        RY     -D0-                                   3      ON      24    -     24     -3     -     3    27      -        27
  2.5.07
9-10.5.07      PF     Control of shoot & fruit borer in      2     OFF      2.3   -     23     2      -     2    25      -        25
                      brinjal by organic means.
  22-          PF     Control of guava Fusarium wilt &       2      ON      25    -     25     2      -     2    27      -        27
24.5.07               their remedy
  27-          RY     Suitable intercrop like turmeric &     2      ON      24    -     24      -     -     -    24      -        24
28.5.07               ginger in orchard and their
                      management practices.
  10-          PF     Causes of mango mall formation         3      ON      25    -     25     2      -     2    27      -        27
11.6.07               & their control.
  18-          PF     Seed Production technology in          5      ON      24    -     24     3      -     3    27      -        27
23.6.07               okra
  24-          PF     Causes of mango wall formation         2     OFF      21    -     21     2      -     2    23      -        23
25.6.07               & their control
 2.7.07        EF     Technique of vermicomposting &         1      ON      28    -     28     1      -     1    29      -        29
                      its role in vegetable cultivation
 6.7.07        PF     Seed treatment & material              1      ON      96    -     96     4      -     4    100     -        100
                      management in okra
  19-          PF     Layout & technique to developing       3      ON      24    -     24     3      -     3    27      -        27
20.7.07               new mango orchard
  30-          PF     Nutrient management in Kharif          2     OFF      24    -     24      -     -     -    24      -        24
31.7.07               cucurbits
  10-          RY     Scientific management practices        3      ON      23    -     23     2      -     2    25      -        25
13.8.07               for tissue culture banana
  16-          RY     Scientific cultivation practices of    3      ON      20    -     20      -     -     -    20      -        20
19.8.07               tuberoses
  25-          PF     Role of micronutrients &               2      OF      24    -     24      -     -     -    24      -        24
26.8.07               application of Baron & Mole
                      denim in cauliflower & cabbage
  27-          RY     Technique of vegetable nursery         5      ON      23    -     23     2      -     2    25      -        25
31.8.07               bed preparation of shifting of
                      plants from nursery
13.9.07        RY     Motivational course on                 1      ON      46    -     46     5      -     5    51      -        51
                      commercial flower cultivation
   24-         PF     Seed production techniques in          2     OFF      25    -     25     2      -     2    27      -        27
 25.9.07              potato
 26-9.07       PF     Onion Nursery management               1     OFF      59    -     59     -      -     -    59      -        59
5-6.10.07      PF     Nutrient management, especially        2     OFF      37    -     37     1      -     1    38      -        38
                      role of baron in cauliflower &
                      cabbage
12.10.07      PF      -Do-                                   1     OFF      80    -     80     5      -     5    85      -        85
    3-         RY     Commercial flower cultivation         15      ON      80    -     80     20     -    20    100     -        100
25.10.07
   25-         PF     INM in Tomato, Brinjal & Chilly        2     OFF      21    -     21     3      -     3    24      -        24
26.10.07
5-6.11.07      PF     Tuber treatment & field                2     OFF      25    -     25     2      -     2    27      -        27
                      management in potato
  21-          PF     Rising Healthy seeding of              2     OFF      32    -     32     4      -     4    36      -        36
23.11.07              cauliflower and cabbage
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  24-        PF   Role of Micro nutrient and            2    OFF   25   -   25   2   -   2   27    -        27
25.11.07          application of boron and
                  molybdenum in cabbage and
                  cauliflower
7-8.12.07    PF   INM in Tomato, Brinjal & Chili        2    off   19   -   19   3   -   3   22    -        22
  12-       PF    Nutrient management & plant           3    OFF   25   -   25   3   -   3   28    -        28
15.12.07          protection in onion
  25-        PF   Control of stem borer in mango        2    OFF   27   -   27   -   -   -   27    -        27
26.12.07
 25.12-      RY   Commercial flower cultivation         15   ON         -            -       100   -        100
 9.1.08
  23-        PF   Technique to cultivate early          2    OFF   46   -   46   4   -   4   50    -        50
24.1.08           summer cucurbits
  24-        PF   Transplanting technique &             2    OFF   47   -   47   3   -   3   50    -        50
25.1.08           nutrient management in Onion
  26-        PF   Scientific cultivation practices in   2    OFF   39   -   39   -   -   -   39    -        39
27.1.08           lemongrass
  28-        PF   Cultivation practices &               2    OFF   40   -   40   2   -   2   42    -        42
29.1.08           distillation technique in Japanese
                  unit
  30-        PF   Control of mango hopper &             2    OFF   79   -   79   4   -   4   83    -        83
31.1.08           powdery mildew in mango
7-8.2.08     PF   -Do-                                  1    OFF   23   -   23   2   -   2   25    -        25
23.2.08      PF   IPM in Onion                          1    OFF
 6.3.08      PF   INM in plant protection in Onion      1    OFF
10.3.08      PF   Pest & disease control at             1    ON    45   -   45   5   -   5   50    -        50
                  flowering & fruiting time indulge
12.3.08      PF   -Do-                                  1    OFF   23   -   23   2   -   2   25    -        25
15.3.08      PF   Irrigation & nutrient management      1    OFF   25   -   25   -   -   -   25    -        25
                  in summer cucurbits
15.10.08     EF   Technique of seed & soil              1    ON    43   -   43   6   -   6   49    -        49
                  treatment in nursery raising of
                  rabi vegetable by organic means
1.11.08      EF   Suitable cultivars of onion & its     1    ON    44   -   44   6   -   6   50    -        50
                  healthy seedling raising
8.11.08      EF   Scientific approach in seed           1    ON    14   -   14   -   -   -   14    -        14
                  production of Onion
25.10.08     EF   Biological controlling measure to     1    ON    44   -   44   6   -   6   50    -        50
                  control the fruit & shoot borer in
                  Brinjal by using pheromone trap
                  & B.T.
 8.3.08      EF   Controlling measures to control       1    ON    43   -   43   5   -   5   48    -        48
                  the mango hopper & powdery
                  mildew in mango

				
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