ANNUAL REPORT APRIL 2012-MARCH 2013 KVK, SAMBALPUR, ODISHA

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1 ANNUAL REPORT APRIL 2012-MARCH 2013 KVK, SAMBALPUR, ODISHA 1

2 Contents Sl. No. Particular Page No Summary of achievements during the reporting period 4 1 General Information 5 2 On Farm Testing 9 3 Achievements of Frontline Demonstrations 13 4 Documentation of the need assessment conducted by the KVK for the training programme 20 5 Training programmes 27 6 Extension Activities 40 7 Literature Developed/Published (with full title, author & reference) 41 8 Production and supply of Technological products 42 9 Activities of Soil and Water Testing Laboratory Rainwater Harvesting Utilization of Farmer Hostel facilities Utilization of Staff Quarter facilities Details of SAC Meeting Status of Kisan Mobile Advisory Status of Convergence with agricultural schemes Status of Revolving Funds Awards & Recognition Case study and Success story Details of KVKAgro-technologicalPark Important visitors to KVK Status of KVK Website Status of E-connectivity Details of Technological Week Celebration Interventions on Drought Mitigation Status of KVK Website Action Photographs 53 2

3 Instructions for Filling the Format 1. Do not change/modify/ delete any column of any of the table. However, additional rows can be created, if required 2. Do not merge columns, rows. 3. Please repeat the name of KVK in each table in the column Name of KVK 4. Do not fill the non-numerical values in numeric field 5. Do not repeat the unit while reporting data as it is already mentioned in the heading row 6. Strictly fill the data in desired unit only. If it is reported in other unit, convert it in the desired unit 7. Please mention only standard English names of crops (Do not mention Urd, Arhar, Til, Kulthi, Moong, Bajra, etc.) 8. Additional relevant information may be provided at the end of Format by creating heading Additional Information 9. Also read the instructions mentioned just below the table 10. Your suggestions for improvement in the format for your simplicity as well as data compilation may be given at the end of the format 11. Do not press any Enter Key in any of the columns while making entry in the columns of the table. Use only arrow key /Tab key/ mouse pointer while movement from one column/row to another. 12. Gray colour cells in summary table need not to be filled. 3

4 KVK Name REPORTING PERIOD April2012to March, 2013 Summary of achievements during the reporting period Activity Target Achievement Number of activity No. of farmers/ beneficiaries Number of activity No. of farmers/ beneficiaries OFTs FLDs Oilseeds (activity in ha) FLDs Pulses (activity in ha) FLDs Cotton (activity in ha) FLDs Other than Oilseed and pulse crops(activity in ha) FLDs Other than Crops (activity in no. of Unit/Enterprise) Training-Farmers and farm women Training-Rural youths Training- Extension functionaries Extension Activities Seed Production (Number of activity as seeds in quintal) No No Total value of resource generated/fund received from diff. sources (Rs.) Planting material ((Number of activity as quantity of - planting material in quintal) Seedling Production (Number of activity as number of seedlings in numbers) Sapling Production (Number of activity as number of - sapling in numbers) Other Bio- products Live stock products SAC Meeting (Date & no. of core/official members Newsletters (no.) Publication (Research papers, popular article) Convergence programmes / Sponsored programmes KVK-ATMA Linkage programme (Number of activities) - - Outreach of KVK in the District (No. of blocks, no. of villages) 90 Soil sample tested Water sample tested - KMA (No. of messages & beneficiaries)

5 1. GENERAL INFORMATION Staff Position (as on ) Name of KVK. Sanctioned post Name of the incumbent Programme Coordinator Dr. Satyajit Kumar Bhuyan Subject matter Specialist Sri Srikant Sahu Subject matter Specialist Sri Pramod Kumar Prusty Subject matter Specialist Mrs. Monalisa Pradhan Subject matter Specialist Subject matter Specialist Sri Narayan Bar Sri Prabhanjan Mishra Discipline Fishery Science Agronomy Plant Protection Home Science Agril. Extn Horticulture Highest degree Subject of Speciali-ion Pay Scale (Rs.) PhD FRM AGP-8000 MSc (Ag) Agronomy AGP-6000 MSc (Ag) Agricultural Entomology AGP-6000 MSc, Food & (H.Sc) nutrition AGP-6000 MBA MSc (Ag) Agril. Extn MSc (Horti) MBA Pomology AGP AGP-6000 Present basic (Rs.) Date of joining Permanent /Temporary Category (SC/ST/ OBC/ Others) Permanent Others Permanent Others Permanent Others Permanent Others Permanent Others Permanent Others Subject Matter Specialist6 Vacant Programme Assistant Satya Narayan Sahoo Fish. Sc M.FSc FPM , Permanent Others Farm Manager MSc(Ag) Entomology , Mayukh Adhikary Entomology GP Permanent Others Computer Programmer Computer M.C.A Computer , Others Mr Manoj Kumar Sahu Permanent Science Science GP-4200 Accountant / superintendent Mr. Sudhanshu Sekhar IA 9,300-34, Others Permanent Sahu GP-4200 Stenographer Sri Susanta Kumar BA Others Permanent Singh GP-2400 Driver 10 th Others Sri Paramod Muduli Permanent GP-2400 Driver Vacant Supporting staff 7 Sri Gajanan Chanada Others Permanent GP-1300 Supporting staff 10 Sri Anirudhha Sahu Others Permanent GP

6 1.2. DISTRICT PROFILE (detail of geographical area, cultivation, Land, resources, opportunities, irrigation, populations etc.) a. Geographical area (in Ha) : 6,66,293 b. Cultivated Area (in Ha) : 1,93,674 i) High Land : 96,535 ii) Medium land : 60,759 iii) Low land : 36,380 c. Irrigated area (in Ha) (in Kharif) : 62,528 Irrigated area (in Ha) (In Rabi) : 33,416 d. Non irrigated area (in Ha) : 1, 32,174 e. farm families ( in nos) 2001 census : 1,01,067 i) Small farmers : 41,997 ii) Marginal farmers : 44,514 iii) Big farmers : 14,556 f. Agriculture labour (in nos) : 1,33,943 6

7 1.3. DETAILS OF ADOPTED VILLAGE during the reporting period (Approved by competent Authority in meetings/workshops) KVK Name Village Name Year of adoption Block Name Distance from KVK Population Number of farmers (having land in the village) Kalamati 2008 Dhankauda 15 Km 715 (175 families) 163 families Putiapalli 2009 Maneswar 75 Km 1245 (200 families) 120 families Brahamanipalli 2009 Rairakhol 120 km 405 (40 families) 40 families Dangarpada 2011 Jujomara 70 km families 1.4. THRUST AREASidentifiedby KVK (Approved by competent Authority in meetings/workshop) KVK Name THRUST AREA Promoting technologies and practices for soil health management Promoting suitable agriculture practices in rain fed and irrigated areas. Promotion of INM, Management of Weeds, Pests and Diseases. Varietal replacement for field and vegetable crops including crop diversification. Promotion of farm mechanization. Promotion of production of quality seed and seedling production. Empowerment of women in agriculture through promoting agriculture based micro-enterprises. Promotion of suitable pisciculture practices for ensuring higher productivity, production and income. Promotion of integrated farming system approach 7

8 1.4. PROBLEM IDENTIFIED by KVK (Approved by competent Authority in meetings/workshop) KVK Name Problem identified Methods of problem identification Soil acidity is the major problem for crop production in the By soil testing reports and survey reports districts (70% acidity) Faulty nutrient management practices, use of improper fertilizersor less use of organics Discussion with farmers about fertilizer application, dose and use of organic inputs Manual weeding-hand weeding By discussion with farmers about application herbicides Use of local variety & low yield Lack of use of improved variety Indiscriminant use of pesticides Lack of knowledge Indiscriminant use fungicide & bactericide Survey and group discussion with District authorities and farmers Heavily use of insecticide & pesticide Survey and group discussion with District authorities and farmers Cultivation of locally available degenerated seeds, poor Discussion in meetings with farmer and farmer s club members quality seedlings without seed treatment Information networking for marketing of produce Information from ORMAS Lack of access and control over income of rural women PRA Survey method and discussed with DSWO Spoilage of seasonal vegetables, fruits. Visit to farmers field and group discussion Poor nutrient and feed management practices Group discussion and PRA survey Inefficient utilization of available farming space for Field visit, Group discussion maximum production High mortality rate of poultry Interaction of groups involved in poultry farming More cost of operation Increase in wages Soil loss from barren upland Field visits No crop diversification Survey and field visits Low water use efficiency Discussion with farmer, Field visit Labour crisis for agricultural operation Discussion with farmer, Field visit 8

9 2. On Farm Testing KVK name 2.1 Information about OFT Year/ season Kharif 2012 Problem diagnose Low yield due to improper nutrient management Kharif 2012 Low yield of groundnut due to high celosia infestation Rabi Rabi Kharif 2012 Kharif 2012 Rabi Rabi Low yield due to use of local variety Low yield & low oil content in mustard Reduction in yield of paddy due to infestation of BPH Reduction in yield ginger rot due to infestation of rhizome rot disease Reduction in yield of cabbage due to attack of diamond back moth Reduction in yield and quality of fruit by infestation Category of technology (Assessment / Refinement) Assessment Assessment Assessment Assessment Assessment Thematic Area INM IWM Varietal Evaluation INM IPM Crop/ enterprise Crop- Rice Crop- Groundnut Crop- Groundnut Crop - Mustard Paddy Farming Situations Irrigated medium land Irrigated medium land Irrigated medium land Irrigated medium land Irrigated low land Assessment IDM Ginger Irrigated medium land Assessment IPM Cabbage Irrigated Up/med land Assessment IPM Brinjal Irrigated Up/med land Target (ha) No. of trials Title of OFT Assessment of INM in Rice Assessment of integrated weed management to control weed celosia in groundnut Assessment of Groundnut variety-devi Assessment of INM in mustard Assessment of IPM for BPH management in rice 5 Assessment of IDM for rhizome rot in ginger 5 Assessment of Fipronil 5% SC for control of DBM in cabbage 5 Assessment of Flubendiamide for control of fruit and shoot Results (with parameter) Farmer practice T Result awaited Rec. Tech T Net Returns (Rs./ha) T1 T

10 Kharif 2012 Rabi Rabi Rabi Kharif 2012 Kharif 2012 Rabi 2012 of fruit and shoot borer and it also shows resistant against the traditional pesticides Poor germination and plant stand from rhizomes planting Low yield and quality of cauliflower Low yield in banana Low fruit yield and appearance of small shriveled fruit Labour scarcity and manual transplanting delayed date of planting High cost of cultivation of paddy straw mushroom by using Bengal powder(besan) as stater High drudgery and low efficiency for weeding in vegetable crops Assessment HOS Ginger Irrigated medium land Assessment HOV Cauliflower Irrigated medium land 0.4 Assessment Assessment Assessment Refinement Assessment Nutrition and production management Production and management Farm Machinery Income generation Drudgery reduction Banana Pointed gourd Enterprise Enterprise - Crop - Irrigated medium land Irrigated medium land Irrigated upland borer in brinjal 5 Assessment for raising of ginger planting material in poly bags 3 Assessment of liquid fertilizer cauliflower 5 Assessment of nutrient management in tissue culture banana 5 Assessment of male and female plant ratio in pointed gourd 5 Assessment of tractor drawn multicrop planter in pigeon pea 10 Performance of wheat bran powder in paddy straw mushroom 10 Assessment of rake weeder for drudgery reduction Result awaited Yield (q/ha) Rs.56/b ed Hand weeding (mandays/ha )-60 Efficiency (ha/hr) Hand weeding (mandays/h a)-32 Efficiency (ha/hr) Rs.69/bed 10

11 Rabi 2012 Rabi Grain damaged due to attack of stored grain pests Spoilage of vegetable due to high temperature Assessment Assessment Storage technique Storage techniques Crop Enterprise Assessment of EDB ampule for storage of horse gram 2 Assessment of minimizing spoilage of vegetable in summer by zero energy cool chamber Loss in grain weight (%) Self life of vegetable in cool chamber (days) Result awaited Loss in grain weight (%) Self life of vegetable in cool chamber (days) a Recommendations of OFTs Recommendations Title of OFT For Farmers For Deptt. Personnel Assessment of INM in Rice Assessment of integrated weed management to control weed celosia in groundnut Assessment of Groundnut variety-devi Assessment of INM in mustard Assessment of IPM for BPH management in rice Assessment of IDM for rhizome rot in ginger Assessment of Fipronil 5% SC for control of DBM in cabbage Assessment of Flubendiamide for control of fruit and shoot borer in brinjal Assessment for raising of ginger planting material in poly bags Assessment of liquid fertilizer cauliflower Assessment of nutrient management in tissue culture banana Assessment of male and female plant ratio in pointed gourd Assessment of tractor drawn multicrop planter in pigeon pea Performance of wheat bran powder in paddy straw mushroom Yield increased by 12.82% in recommended practices, so the technology may be practised Oxyfluorfen controls weeds in groundnut by pre-emergence application Yield increased by 21.47% over local variety (AK 12-24). Resistance to disease and pest Yield increases by 17% over farmers practice & increase in oil content 7.4% Yield increased by 10.2% over Farmers practice. So the assessed practice may be practised Yield increased by 21.8% over local practice so the assessed practice may be recommended Yield increased by 10.2% over farmer s practice and the technology may be recommended for the control of DBM Yield increased by 31 %. Rotting infestation is less. So the given technology may be recommended to the farmers. Average curd weight is 15 % more than check and the given technology may be recommended Yield increased by 29 over local practice so the assessed practice may be recommended Yield increased by 13.13% over farmers practice. Recommended technology is cheaper and well performed Use of Chokada as starter for paddy straw mushroom cultivation commercially is more economical Yield increased by 12.82% in recommended practices, so the technology may be recommended Oxyfluorfen controls weeds in groundnut by pre-emergence application, so it may be recommended Yield increased by 21.47% over local variety (AK 12-24). Resistance to disease and pest. Therefore the var. may be recommended Yield increases by 17% over farmers practice & increase in oil content 7.4% Yield increased by 10.2% over Farmers practice. So the assessed practice may be practised Yield increased by 21.8% over local practice so the assessed practice may be recommended Yield increased by 10.2% over farmer s practice and the technology may be recommended for the control of DBM Yield increased by 31 %. Rotting infestation is less. So the given technology may be recommended to the farmers. Average curd weight is 15 % more than check and the given technology may be recommended Yield increased by 29 over local practice so the assessed practice may be recommended Yield increased by 13.13% over farmers practice. Recommended technology is cheaper and well performed Use of Chokada as starter for paddy straw mushroom cultivation commercially is more economical 11

12 Assessment of rake weeder for drudgery reduction Assessment of EDB ampule for storage of horse gram Assessment of minimizing spoilage of vegetable in summer by zero energy cool chamber Use of rake weeder which reduces mandays per hactre by 50% and increases the efficiency of labour by 49% Use of EDB ampule for storage of grains increases the storage life of horsegram Use of zero energy cool chamber to increase the self life of vegetables Use of rake weeder which reduces mandays per hactre by 50% and increases the efficiency of labour by 49% Use of EDB ampule for storage of grains increases the storage life of horsegram Use of zero energy cool chamber to increase the self life of vegetables 2.2 Economic Performance KVK name OFT Title Parameters Average Cost of cultivation (Rs/ha) Assessment of INM in Rice Assessment of integrated weed management to control weed celosia in groundnut Assessment of Groundnut variety- Devi Assessment of INM in mustard Assessment of IPM for BPH management in paddy Assessment of IDM for rhizome rot in ginger Name and unit of Parameter No of effective tiller per hill No of pods per plant No. of Weeds per sq. mtr No of pod/plant Avg. siliqua/plant No of seeds per siliqua Oil Content- No of BPH per hill Incidence of rhizome rot Demo Check FP (T 1 ) % RP (T 2 ) Refined Practice, if any (T 3 ) Average Gross Return (Rs/ha) Average Net Return (Rs/ha) Benefit-Cost Ratio (Gross Return / Gross Cost) FP (T 1 ) RP (T 2 ) Refined Practice, if any (T 3 ) FP (T 1 ) RP(T 2 ) Refined Practice, if any (T 3 ) % FP (T 1 ) RP (T 2 ) ,27 Assessment of Refin ed Practi ce, if any (T 3 ) -

13 Fipronil 5% SC for control of DBM in cabbage Assessment of Flubendiamide for control of fruit and shoot borer in brinjal Assessment for raising of ginger planting material in poly bags Assessment of polyfeed (19:19:19) cauliflower Assessment of nutrient management in tissue culture banana Assessment of male and female plant ratio in pointed gourd Assessment of tractor drawn multicrop planter in pigeon pea Performance of wheat bran powder in paddy straw mushroom Assessment of rake weeder for drudgery reduction Assessment of EDB ampule for storage of horse gram Assessment of minimizing spoilage of vegetable in summer by zero energy cool No of larvae per plant % of survival Result awaited Avg. wt of fruits (gm) No. of fruits per plant Field capacity (ha/hr/md) Result awaited Weeding cost(rs/ha) Yield (kg/bed) /bed 42/be d Efficiency (ha/hr) Weeding (manday/hr) Loss in grain weight (%) Self life of veg (days) Tomato Okra Pointed gourd Amaranthus /bed 111/bed 56/bed 69/bed <1 13

14 chamber 2.3 Feedback from KVK to Research System Name of KVK Feedback More research should be done in paddy for use of organic inputs & yield enhancement Research should be done in pre-emergence herbicide for control of mutha and duba grass Research should be conducted with Granular sulphur (90%) in mustard. Dianetofuran /ethiprole + imidacloprid may be tried for the control of BPH Molecule like Spinosad/Indoxacarb can be tried for control of DBM in cabbage 3. Achievements of Frontline Demonstrations 3.1. Follow-up for results of FLDs implemented during previous years List of technologies demonstrated and popularized during previous yearsandrecommended for large scale adoption in the district KVK Name Crop/ Enterprise Thematic Area Technology demonstrated Details of popularization methods suggested to the Paddy Integrated crop SRI method of Rice planting management Paddy Varietal Demonstration on cultivation of Substitution HYV Pratikshya with full package and practices Paddy Varietal Demonstration on cultivation of Substitution aromatic rice variety Geetanjali with full package & practices Maize INM Demonstration on acid soil management in maize Paddy IPM Soil application of Fipronil 0.3 per 10 cent of nursery 7 days before uprooting seedlings (1 Ac) followed by application in main 20kg/ha at 30 DAT. Installation of pheromone 20nos/ha. release of Trichogamma (6 times) Brinjal IPM Soil application of carbofuran regular clippiing of affected shoot and fruits and destroy them Use of pheromone of Extension system Group discussion, Field day, FLD & news letter Group discussion, Field day, FLD & news letter Group discussion, Field day, FLD & news letter Group discussion, Field day, FLD & news letter Leaflet, Training, Demonstrations, Group discussion, Field day, Booklet etc. Leaflet, Training, Demonstrations, Group discussion, Field day, Booklet etc. Horizontal spread of technology No. of No. of Area in villages farmers ha

15 (6times) need based application of cartap hydrochloride 50% 625gm/ha Chilli IDM Seed treatment with Imidacloprid 7 gm/kg of seed. Need based spraying of and ml/lit alternately at 10 days interval Cauliflower IDM Soil application of neem q/ha, Spraying of cartap hydrochloride 250 gm/ac and Banana Varietal evaluation Tomato Varietal evaluation Cabbage Varietal evaluation Papaya Varietal Evaluation Enterprisepaddy Mushroom straw cultivation mushroom Enterprise- Mushroom Oyster cultivation mushroom cultivation Crop-Marigold Small scale income generation activity Composite fish culture Pisciculture Demonstration on tissue culture banana Cultivation of HYV tomato FLD on cultivation of hybrid cabbage FLD on cultivation of hybrid papaya Paddy straw mushroom cultivation Oyster mushroom cultivation Cultivation practices of marigold Application of to control ulcer disease during winter Leaflet, Training, Demonstrations, Group discussion, Field day, Booklet etc. Leaflet, Training, Demonstrations, Group discussion, Field day, Booklet etc. Leaflet, Training, Demonstrations, Group discussion, Field day, Booklet etc. Leaflet, Training, Demonstrations, Group discussion, Field day, Booklet etc. Leaflet, Training, Demonstrations, Group discussion, Field day, Booklet etc. Leaflet, Training, Demonstrations, Group discussion, Field day, Booklet etc. Method of bed preparation, care and management f mushroom unit Method of bed preparation, care and management f mushroom unit Cultivation practices of marigold Meeting, Seminar, News letter, Leaflet Details of FLDs implemented KVK Name Thematic area Name of Crop/ Enterprise Season and year Technology demonstrated Crop- Area (ha) / Name of Variety/Technology/ Results (q/ha) % change No. of farmers 15

16 Entrep - No. Entreprizes Demons Check SC ST OBC Other s Total Varietal Evaluation Varietal Evaluation Crop-Rice Kharif 2012 Demonstration of cultivation of hybrid rice variety-rajalaxmi Crop-Rice Kharif 2012 Demonstration of cultivation of high yielding variety Manaswini IWM Crop-Rice Kharif 2012 Demonstration on herbicide Pretilachlor to control weed in paddy INM Crop-Groundnut Rabi Demonstration of INM in groundnut IDM Crop-Paddy Kharif 2012 IDM Crop-Okra Kharif 2012 Demonstration on integrated Disease management in paddy Demonstration on integrated disease management onymv in Okra IPM Crop-Paddy Rabi Demonstration on IPM on stem borer in paddy IDM Groundnut Rabi Demonstration of Integrated Disease management in groundnut Varietal evaluation Varietal evaluation Crop-Brinjal Kharif 2012 Demonstration on cultivation of improved variety of brinjal-utkalanushree Crop-Onion Rabi Demonstration on cultivation of improved variety Bhima Super INM Crop-Chilli Rabi Demonstration on INM in KuchindaChilli Varietal evaluation Crop- Cauliflower Rabi Demonstration on cultivation of hybrid cauliflower-lucky 0.66 Rajalaxmi Manaswini Swarna Smruti Swarna Super green MTU Smruti UtkalAnushree Bhima Super KuchindaCilli Lucky

17 Farm machinery Paddy, banana Kharif 2012 Demonstration on use of raised bed and sunken bed system in lowland KVK Name Rice Rice Rice Income generating activity Income generating activity Income generating activity Income generating activity Composite fish culture Paddy straw mushroom Oyster mushroom Economic Impact of FLD Name of Crop/ Enterprise Kharif 2012 Rabi Paddy straw mushroom cultivation Oyster mushroom cultivation 5 - Paddy yield (q/ha)-42 Banana yield (bunch/h a) P.sajarkaju 1.41 kg/bed 100 V.Volvacea 1.5 kg/bed Paddy yield (q/ha) New New Marigold Rabi Marigold cultivation PusaNarangi Banaraj Poultry Rabi BanarajPolutry rearing 100 no chicks Pisciculture Rabi 2012 Demonstration on CIFAX for control of ulcer disease in fish Banaraj Technology demonstrated Parameters Cost of cultivation (Rs/ha) Demonstration of cultivation of hybrid rice variety-rajalaxmi Demonstration of cultivation of high yielding variety Manaswini Demonstration on herbicide Pretilachlor to control weed in paddy Name and unit of Parameter Yield(q/ha) No of effective tiller/hill No. of effective tillers per hill No. of tillers per hill Weed per sq. mtr Groundnut Demonstration of INM in groundnut No of pods/plant Paddy Demonstration on integrated % of disease Disease management in paddy incidence Okra Demonstration on integrated disease management of YMV in Okra % of disease incidence Result awaited IMC.Exotic carp Gross Return (Rs/ha) Average Net Return (Rs/ha) Benefit-Cost Ratio (Gross Return / Gross Cost) Demo Check Demo Check Demo Check Demo Check Demo Local Check

18 Paddy Groundnut Brinjal Onion Chilli Cauliflower Paddy, banana Paddy straw mushroom Oyster mushroom Demonstration on IPM of stem borer in paddy Demonstration of Integrated Disease management in groundnut Demonstration on cultivation of improved variety of brinjal-utkal Anushree Demonstration on cultivation of improved variety Bhima Super Demonstration on INM in Kuchinda Chilli Demonstration on cultivation of hybrid cauliflower-lucky Demonstration on use of raised bed and sunken bed system in lowland Waite ear head % of disease incidence No. fruits/plant Curd weight (kg) Paddy yield (q/ha) Banana yield 2590 (bunch/ha Paddy straw mushroom cultivation Yield (kg/bed) 1.4 New 55/bed - 140/bed - 85/bed :1 - Oyster mushroom cultivation Yield (kg/bed) 1.5 New 30/bed - 90/bed - 60/bed - 3:1 - Marigold Marigold cultivation Yield (q/ha BanarajPolutry BanarajPolutry rearing Body weight (kg/month) Egg laying (No/year) Pisciculture Demonstration on CIFAX for control of ulcer disease in fish Yield(q/ha) No of affected fis Mortality (%)- Result awaite d Feedback of the Farmers Name of KVK Non availability of hybrid seeds in time. Feedback The variety is well suited to local climate and the paddy variety should be available in the market widely PSB & Rhizobium culture should be available in local market Farmers accepted the technology but facing problems in incorporation of Trichoderma viride in soil in Kharif season as this will not works with excess 18

19 of water Farmers accepted the given technology as the yield was increased but neem Pesticide is not available frequently in the market It s a better technology for integrated disease management in groundnut. Trichoderma viride should be available locally Yield is appreciated by the farmers. No. of fruits per plant is more, facing problem in marketing due to its small size. Accepted this variety as it is short duration, it matures days earlier than N53. Crop vigour was good and farmer appreciated the technology In comparison to check productivity is too high. Insect infestation is more in comparison to medium varieties. Farmer appreciated for high return of their produce Mushroom cultivation provides additional source of income Pusa Narangi is a suitable variety for commercial purpose Maintain better water quality and fish disease control (Ulcer disease) due to application of CIFAX 3.5Training and Extension activities under FLD KVK Name Crop Activity No. of activities organized Number of participants Remarks Rice Field days 1 40 Farmers Training 0 0 Media coverage Training for extension functionaries Rice Field days 1 40 Farmers Training 1 25 Media coverage Training for extension functionaries Rice Field days 1 40 Farmers Training 2 50 Groundnut Field days 1 40 Farmers Training 2 50 Paddy Field days 2 80 Farmers Training Media coverage Okra Field days - Farmers Training 1 25 Media coverage 1 - Training for extension functionaries 1 10 Brinjal Field days 1 40 Farmers Training

20 Media coverage Groundnut Field days 1 40 Farmers Training 1 25 Training for extension functionaries 1 10 Onion Field days 1 40 Farmers Training 1 25 Media coverage Training for extension functionaries Chilli Field days Nil Farmers Training 1 25 Media coverage 1 Mass Training for extension functionaries - - Cauliflower Field days 1 40 Farmers Training 1 25 Media coverage Training for extension functionaries Paddy, banana Field days 0 Farmers Training 1 25 Media coverage Training for extension functionaries Paddy straw mushroom Field days 1 50 Farmers Training 2 30 Media coverage Training for extension functionaries 1 10 Oyster mushroom Field days 1 40 Farmers Training 1 25 Media coverage 1 - Training for extension functionaries - - Marigold Field days 1 40 Farmers Training 1 25 Media coverage - - Training for extension functionaries - - Banaraj Poultry Field days - - Farmers Training 1 15 Media coverage - - Training for extension functionaries - - Pisciculture Field days - Farmers Training 1 25 Media coverage 20

21 4. Documentation of the need assessment conducted by the KVK for the training programme Name of KVK Category of the training Methods of need assessment Date and place No. Of participants involved KVK, Group discussion-as the farmers are using heavy chemical fertilizer and pesticide, environment is being polluted. So to protecxt environment and control disease, pest farmers forwarded to know ablout organic farming KVK, Campus KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, Rural Youth In-service personnel Rural Youth Field visit-visited to farmers field and made discussion with farmers about water management in Kharif paddy cultivation Group discussion Sowing the availability of plenty compost material in that locality area, some rural youths forwarded for commercial production of vermicompost Diagnostic visit-visited to farmers field. Farmers wanted to know about proper weed management in paddy Farmers visited to KVK and asked about SRI method of rice cultivation and INM in paddy Discussion with AAO, rengaliaked a training about seed production technology inpaddy to field staffs Field Visit-Visited to farmers field and made interest with farmers and made discussion about the Integrated Nutrient management in paddy Farmers visited to KVK, Campus and asked proper nutrient management and use of Biofertilizer for enhancement of productivity of pulse crops Group discussion and farmers interested for more income generation from groundnut seed production programme Field visit-farmers filed was visited and discussion was made with farmers, they interested a training on proper method of groundnut cultivation Group discussion-discussion was made with farmers about rice pulse system for more profit and income Farmers visited to KVK office and asked about integrated farming system Farmers visited to KVK, Office and asked about use of various Bio-fertilizers in pulse crops Rengali KVK, Campus Dangarpada KVK, Campus DDA, Office, Pandripalli KVK, campus Kudapalli Santikira Jharmunda KVK, campus KVK, campus

22 KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, In-service personnel Vocational Rural Youth In-service personnel Rural Youth Visited to AAO Maneswar office and asked for a training programme on Vermicompost to inservice personnel Farmers visited to KVK Campus and asked a training programme on INM and use of organic inputs in Agriculture Farmers visited to KVK, campus and asked for training programmes on cultivations of green Farmers visited to KVK and asked for training programme on IDM of blast and footrot disease in paddy Farmers visited to KVK and asked for the training programme on management of rhizome rot in ginger Group discussion with farmers. they interested to take training programme Farmers discussed over telephone and asked for the training Farmers discussed over telephone and asked for training programme Farmers visited to KVK and asked for training programme on maize Farmers visited to KVK and asked for training programme on management of YMV in Okra Field visit, group discussion with the rural youth and they asked for conducting training on production and use as biopesticide I different crops Discussed with line department and fiedthetrainingprogramme Farmers visited to KVK and asked for the training programme on management of fruit and shoot borer in brinjal Field visit and group discussion farmers asked for training programme on IPM in mango Field visit and group discussion asked for the training programme Farmers visited KVk and asked for training programme Farmers visited KVK and asked for training programme Field visit, group discussion and asked for training programme Maneswar Block Office 2 KVK, campus KVK, campus KVK,Campus KVK,Campus Basantpur Over telephone Over telephone KVK, Campus KVK, Campus Sahajbahal Over telephone KVK,Campus KVK, Campus Kalamati KVK,Campus KVK,Campus Jharmunda

23 KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, In-service personnel Vocational Rural Youth Field visit, group discussion and asked for training programme Discussed over telephone with line department Field visit, group discussion and asked for training programme Farmers visited to KVk, campus and requested for undertaking traininmg on fruit nursery raising for income generation Field visit-by visit farmers field a group of farmers during interaction showed nterest to take training on ginger cultivation Farmers visited KVK, Office and asked for a training programme on banana KVK, Group discussion and field visit KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, Rural Youth KVK, PRA survey KVK, KVK, KVK, Vocational In-Service personnel In-Service personnel During visit with DDH, to Kardola finalized the training programme Contacting villagers of and progressive farmers Group discussion A group discussion was made with farmers regarding INM in cauliflower farmer come forward and made a training During diagnostic visit farmers asked about cucurbitaceous crop so conducted a training Due to huge market ing scope of flowers in town locality some rural youth come forward for taking training programme on floriculture During field visit farmers conveyed their concern for unavailability of quality seeds of vegetables Discussed with the officials of the agricultural department and finalise the training Personal contact-a discussion was made with agricultural department to train extension personnels about the production and use of organic inputs in vegetable cultivation Budhikhamar Over telephone Sahajbahal KVK, Campus Basantpur Dangarpada Kalamati Kardola Dangarpada Hirakud Basantpur Dangarpada Baijamunda Basantpur DDA, AAO office, Dhankauda

24 KVK, KVK, Group discussion As the farmers are very much interested for use of self propelled paddy transplanter for paddy seedling transplanting, thus interested how to properly nursery (seedling) raising on polythene Farmers visited to KVK campus and wanted to grow more profitable crops in low land area, they interested in crop diversification and knowledge about raised bed and sunken bed system Thakurmal KVK, Campus KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, Field visit- Visited to farmers field and made discussion about the use of self propelled paddy transplanter Farmers visited to KVK campus and wanted to know about hoe to store excess rainwater and utilize it in for life saving irrigation Group discussion Farmers were interested to know about use of rotavator for land preparation and better pulvorisation Group discussion with SHG, Asha&KrishakSathi members By contacting with word member, AWW, Supervisor Gindilapalli\ Charpalli Gadamunda Dangarpada KVk, campus Discussed with CDPO, DSWO In-service personnel Discussiion with CDPO, Dhankauda By survey, Visited to farmers filed KVK, Campus Rural Youth Group discussion with f arm women Sanatanpalli In-service personnel Discussion with the supervisor Rural Youth Contacting AWW, SHG Presidents KVK, Campus Discussed with word members, AWW Chiplima Contacting with SHG members, AWW 7 Hirakud Supervisors Contacting village leaders, AWW KVK,Campus Vocational Discussed with SHG members Kalamati Discussed and visited to farmers field KVK, Campus

25 KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, Vocational Group discussion, contacting CDPO, Supervisors KVK,Campus Discussed with Asha, AWW, Group leaders Dangarpada Discussed with villagers Thakurmal Contacting AWW, SHG members AWW.Khagsipalli Discussed with Asha, AWW SDangarpada PRA survey of Kalamati village, farmers KVK,Campus visited to KVK, discussed and requested for training Field visit meeting with farmers Kardola Some members of SHG visited to KVK on KVK,Campus Rural Youth discussion they requested for training Meeting and discussion with come rural KVK,Campus youth for training in fish seed production Meeting and discussion with farmers,field Basantpur Rural Youth visit Rural youth visited to KVK campus and a discussion a training programme fixed KVK,Campus Discussion with farmers over telephone Telephone Meeting and group discussion with SHG A.katapalli Rural Youth members on women agriculture day Meeting and discussion with rural youth at KVK,Campus KVK, campus and decided for th training Rural Youth Meeting and discussion Thakurmal Group discussion, Field visit, PRA survey Badabahal Group discussion, Field visit, PRA survey Badbahal Group discussion, Field visit, PRA survey Papdera Group discussion, Field visit, PRA survey Thakurmal Rural Youth Group discussion, Field visit, PRA survey Sahajbahal Rural Youth Group discussion, Field visit, PRA survey Charpalli Rural Youth Group discussion, Field visit, PRA survey KVK,Campus

26 KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, KVK, Rural Youth Group discussion, Field visit, PRA survey Kalamati Rural Youth Group discussion, Field visit, PRA survey KVK,campus Rural Youth Group discussion, Field visit, PRA survey Kudapada In-service personnel Group discussion, Field visit, PRA survey DDA, Rural Youth Group discussion, Field visit, PRA survey KVK,Campus In-service personnel Group discussion, Field visit, PRA survey DDA, Rural Youth Group discussion, Field visit, PRA survey KVK,Campus Vocational Group discussion, Field visit, PRA survey KVK,Campus Vocational Group discussion, Field visit, PRA survey KVK,Campus Abbreviation Used FW (A) Farmers & Farm Women RY (B) Rural Youths IS (C) Extension Personnel ONC On Campus Training Programme OFC Off Campus Training Programme 26

27 M Male F Female T Total Thematic Areas for Training CRP Crop Production HOV Horticulture Vegetable Crops HOF Horticulture-Fruits HOO Horticulture- Ornamental Plants HOP Horticulture- Plantation crops HOT Horticulture- Tuber crops HOS Horticulture- Spices HOM Horticulture- Medicinal and Aromatic Plants SFM Soil Health and Fertility Management LPM Livestock Production and Management WOE Home Science/Women empowerment AEG Agril. Engineering PLP Plant Protection FIS Fisheries PIS Production of Inputs at site CBD CapacityBuilding and Group Dynamics AGF Agro-forestry OTH Others RYH Rural Youth EXP Extension Personnel 5. TRAINING PROGRAMMES 1. Training programmes should be strictly covered under above mentioned thematic areas only, 2. For category, training type and thematic area, mention code/abbreviations only Table 5.1. Details of Training programmes conducted by the KVKs Name of Cate- Training Thematic Training Title No. of Duration Participants 27

28 KVK gory Type area Courses (Days) General SC ST Others M F M F M F M F FW ONC CRP Role of organic farming in Agriculture FW OFC CRP Water management in Kharif Rice RY ONC CRP Method of vermicompost preparation FW OFC CRP Weed management in paddy FW ONC CRP SRI method of Rice cultivation IS ONC CRP Seed production technology in paddy FW OFC CRP Integrated Nutrient management in Paddy FW ONC CRP Use of Bio-fertilizer in pulse RY ONC CRP Seed production in Groundnut FW OFC CRP Integrated Nutrient management in Groundnut FW OFC CRP INM in Rice-Pulse System FW OFC CRP Integrated farming system for better productivity FW ONC CRP Use of Bio-fertilizer in pulses IS ONC CRP Vermicompost, it s importance preparation & production FW ONC CRP Role of organic farming in FW OFC IDM Agriculture IDM of blast and foot rot disease in paddy FW OFC IDM Management of rhizome rot in ginger FW OFC IPM IPM of stem borer and BPH in paddy FW OFC IPM IPM in Maize FW OFC IPM Management of YMV in Okra RY ONC IPDM Production and use of biopesticide in different crops IS OFC IPDM Organize pest

29 Name of KVK Category Training Type Thematic area Training Title No. of Courses Duration (Days) Participants General SC ST Others M F M F M F M F management in vegetables FW OFC IPM Management of fruit and shoot borer in Brinjal FW OFC IPM Storage pest management in pulse FW OFC IPM IPM in Mango FW OFC IDM IDM in groundnut FW OFC IPM Control of DBM in cauliflower RY OFC IPDM Protected cultivation of vegetable crops FW OFC IDM IDM for leaf curl in chilli IS OFC IPDM IPDM in oilseed crop RY ONC HOF Fruit nursery raising for income generation FW ONC HOS Improved method of ginger cultivation FW OFC HOF Scientific method of banana cultivation FW OFC HOV Improved method of brinjal cultivation FW OFC HOS Cultivation of high yielding variety onion FW OFC HOS INMin KuchindaChilli FW ONC HOV Integrated nutrient management in cauliflower FW OFC HOV Cultivation techniques of cucurbitaceous crops RY ONC HOO Horticulture an avenue for income generation FW ONC HOV Cultivation techniques of pointed gourd IS OFC HOV Protected cultivation IS OFC HOV Organic vegetable cultivation FW OFC AEG Paddy nursery raising for self

30 Name of KVK Category Training Type Thematic area Training Title No. of Courses Duration (Days) Participants General SC ST Others M F M F M F M F propelled paddy transplanter FW ONC AEG Use of raised bed and sunken bed system FW OFC AEG Use of self propelled paddy transplanter for transplanting paddy crop FW ONC AEG Various rain water harvesting structure FW OFC AEG Use of rotavator for land preparation FW OFC WOE Nutritional Kitchen gardening in backyard for family use FW ONC WOE Income generation through paddy straw mushroom production FW OFC WOE Zero energy cool chamber IS ONC WOE Enterprenurshipo development of rural women through mushroom cultivation RY ONC WOE Vegetable seedling raising by school dropouts for income generation FW OFC WOE Economic upliftment of rural women through marigold cultivation IS ONC WOE Balanced diet for pregnant and lactating women RY ONC WOE Management and rearing of backyard poultry FW OFC WOE Women friendly farm implements for drudgery reduction FW OFC WOE Enhancing the livelihood of farm women through oyster mushroom cultivation FW OFC WOE Value added products from cereal & pulses FW ONC WOE Value addition of tomato FW OFC WOE Azolla cultivation for cattle feed FW OFC WOE Storage practices of Onion

31 Name of KVK Category Training Type Thematic area Training Title No. of Courses Duration (Days) Participants General SC ST Others M F M F M F M F FW OFC WOE Income generation through vermicompost FW OFC WOE Indigenous storage techniques of grains FW OFC FIS Carp fry and fingerling rearing FW OFC FIS Composite fish culture FW OFC FIS Integrated fish fariming RY ONC FIS Fish breeding and hatchery management FW OFC FIS Production of advanced fingerlings and stunted fingerlings for stocking RY ONC FIS Packages and practices of composite fish culture FW ONC FIS Composite fish culture FW ONC FIS Fresh water prawn culture RY ONC FIS Composite culture of Indian major carps with exotic carps RY ONC FIS Culture and breeding of Ornamental fishes FW OFC OTH Full package and practices of Arhar cultivation FW OFC OTH INM and IPM in Arhar Cultivation FW OFC OTH INM in Arhar Cultivation FW OFC OTH INM in groundnut cultivation RY OFF OTH Income generating activities for school dropout RY OFF OTH Trained farmers on Agro consultancy RY ONC OTH Trained rural youth for land based enterprises to utilize their resources and labour RY OFF OTH Leadership development RY ONC OTH Constraint analysis

32 Name of KVK Category Training Type Thematic area Training Title No. of Courses Duration (Days) Participants General SC ST Others M F M F M F M F through PRA RY OFF OTH Group mobilization technique IS OFF CBD Managerial skill for extension personnel RY ONC OTH Formation and management of SHG IS OFF OTH Conducting demonstrations effectively RY ONC OTH Gender mainstreaming in Agriculture Table 5.2.Details of Vocational training programmes for Rural Yout h conducted by the KVKs Name of KVK Training title Number of Beneficiaries Crop / Duration of Identified Thrust Area SC ST Others Enterprise training (days) M F M F M F Seed production technique in greengram and blackgram Crop Income generation Value addition of seasonal fruits and vegetables Enterprise Value addition Entrepreneurship development of rural women through Enterprise Income generation mushroom cultivation Bee keeping for unemployed Enterprise Income generation Seed production and extraction technique Crop Income generation Income generation activities for school dropouts Enterprise Income generation Indigenous method of storage grains Enterprise ITK Table 5.3. Details of training programme conducted for livelihood security in rural areas by the KVKs : Name of KVK Training title Self employed after training Number of persons Type of units Number of units Number of persons employed else where employed Income generation through mushroom cultivation Mushroom unit Value added products from cereals and pulses Papad making Income generation activities for school dropouts Value addition of

33 fruits and vegetables Table 5.4. Sponsored Training Programmes Name of KVK Title Thematic area (as given in abbreviation table) Subtheme (as per column no 5 of Table T1) Clien t (FW/ RY/ IS) Dura -tion (days ) No. of courses No. of Participants Others SC ST M F M F M F Sponsorin g Agency Fund received for training (Rs.) Table 5.5 Training Programmes for Panchayatiraj Institutions Office-bearers & members :Nil Name of KVK Title Thematic area (as given in abbreviation table) Sub-theme (as per column no 5 of Table T1) Client (FW/ RY/ IS) Duration (days) No. of courses No. of Participants Others SC ST M F M F M F Sponsoring Agency Fund received for training (Rs.) Table 5.6 Evaluation/Follow up & Impact of the training programmes conducted by the KVK (all types of trainings) Name of KVK Title of the training No. of trainees Change in knowledge (Score) Change in Production (q/ha) Change in Income (Rs) Before After Before After Before After Role of organic farming in Agriculture Water management in Kharif Rice Method of vermicompost preparation Impact on 1. Area expanded (ha) 2. No. of farmers adopted (no.) 3. % change in knowledge, production & Income 1. Area expanded (ha) No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge-86 % change in production-9 % change in Income-9 1. Area expanded (ha) No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge-89 % change in production-10 % change in Income Area expanded (ha)-8 2. No. of farmers adopted (no.)-8 3. % change in knowledge-75 % change in production-50 % change in Income-50 33

34 Weed management in paddy SRI method of Rice cultivation Seed production technology in paddy Integrated Nutrient management in Paddy Use of Bio-fertilizer in pulse Seed production in Groundnut Integrated Nutrient management in Groundnut INM in Rice-Pulse System Integrated farming system for better productivity Use of Bio-fertilizer in pulses Vermicompost, it s importance preparation & production Role of organic farming in Agriculture Seed production technique in greengram and blackgram Area expanded (ha) No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge-117 % change in production-6 % change in Income-6 1. Area expanded (ha) No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge-167 % change in production-20 % change in Income Area expanded (ha) No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge-50 % change in production-25 % change in Income Area expanded (ha) No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge-88 % change in production-14 % change in Income % change in knowledge % change in knowledge % change in knowledge % change in knowledge % change in knowledge % change in knowledge % change in knowledge % change in knowledge % change in knowledge

35 IDM of blast and foot rot disease in paddy Management of rhizome rot in ginger IPM of stem borer and BPH in paddy IDM of blast and foot rot disease in paddy IPM of stem borer and BPH in paddy IPM in Maize Management of YMV in Okra Production and use of biopesticide in different crops Organize pest management in vegetables Management of fruit and shoot borer in Brinjal Storage pest management in pulse IPM in Mango IDM in groundnut Area expanded (ha) No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge Area expanded (ha) No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge Area expanded (ha) No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge Area expanded (ha) No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge Area expanded (ha) No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge Area expanded (ha) No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge Area expanded (ha) No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge Area expanded (ha) No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge Area expanded (ha) No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge Area expanded (ha) No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge Area expanded (ha)- 2. No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge Area expanded (ha) No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge Area expanded (ha) No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge

36 Control of DBM in cauliflower Protected cultivation of vegetable crops IDM for leaf curl in chilli IDM of blast and foot rot disease in paddy IDM of blast and foot rot disease in paddy IPDM in oilseed crop Bee keeping for unemployed rural youth Fruit nursery raising for income generation Improved method of ginger cultivation Scientific method of banana cultivation Improved method of brinjal cultivation Cultivation of high yielding variety onion INM in KuchindaChilli Integrated nutrient management in cauliflower Area expanded (ha) No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge Area expanded (ha) No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge Area expanded (ha) No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge Area expanded (ha) No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge Area expanded (ha) No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge Area expanded (ha) No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge Area expanded (ha) No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge Area expanded (ha) No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge Area expanded (ha) No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge Area expanded (ha)-5 2. No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge Area expanded (ha) No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge Area expanded (ha) No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge Area expanded (ha) No. of farmers adopted (no.)14 3. % change in knowledge Area expanded (ha) No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge

37 Cultivation techniques of cucurbitaceous crops Horticulture an avenue for income generation Cultivation techniques of pointed gourd Protected cultivation Organic vegetable cultivation Seed production and extraction technique Paddy nursery raising for self propelled paddy transplanter Use of raised bed and sunken bed system Use of self propelled paddy transplanter for transplanting paddy crop Various rain water harvesting structure Use of rotavator for land preparation Nutritional Kitchen gardening in backyard for family use Area expanded (ha) No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge Area expanded (ha) No. of farmers adopted (no.)-8 3. % change in knowledge Area expanded (ha) No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge Area expanded (ha) No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge % change in knowledge % change in knowledge Area expanded (ha)-2 2. No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge-100 % change in production-5.26 % change in Income Area expanded (ha)-3 2. No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge-150 % change in production-- % change in Income Area expanded (ha) No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge-128 % change in production--8 % change in Income-8 1. Area expanded (ha)-3 2. No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge-180 % change in production-10 % change in Income Area expanded (ha)-5 2. No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge-300 % change in production-8.57 % change in Income Area expanded 7 2. No. of farmers adopted (no.)-8 3. % change in knowledge(%)-33 37

38 Income generation through paddy straw mushroom production Zero energy cool chamber Entrepreneurship development of rural women through mushroom cultivation Vegetable seedling raising by school dropouts for income generation Economic upliftment of rural women through marigold cultivation Balanced diet for pregnant and lactating women Management and rearing of backyard poultry Women friendly farm implements for drudgery reduction Enhancing the livelihood of farm women through oyster mushroom cultivation Value addition of seasonal fruits and vegetables Value added products from cereal & pulses Value addition of tomato Entrepreneurship development of rural women through mushroom cultivation Area expanded No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge(%) Area expanded - 2. No. of farmers adopted (no.)- 3. % change in knowledge(%) Area expanded 8 2. No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge(%) Area expanded No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge(%) Area expanded 5 2. No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge(%) Area expanded No. of farmers adopted (no.)-6 3. % change in knowledge(%) Area expanded No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge(%) Area expanded 3 2. No. of farmers adopted (no.)-8 3. % change in knowledge(%) Area expanded No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge(%) Area expanded 3 2. No. of farmers adopted (no.)-3 3. % change in knowledge(%) Area expanded 3 2. No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge(%) Area expanded 8 2. No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge(%) Area expanded 3 2. No. of farmers adopted (no.)-8 3. % change in knowledge(%)-66 38

39 Azolla cultivation for cattle feed Storage practices of Onion Income generation through vermicompost Indigenous storage techniques of grains Carp fry and fingerling rearing Composite fish culture Integrated fish fariming Fish breeding and hatchery management Production of advanced fingerlings and stunted fingerlings for stocking Packages and practices of composite fish culture Composite fish culture Fresh water prawn culture Composite culture of Indian major carps with exotic carps Culture and breeding of Ornamental fishes Area expanded 5 2. No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge(%)33 1. Area expanded 9 2. No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge(%) Area expanded 9 2. No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge(%) Area expanded 5 2. No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge(%) Area expanded 2. No. of farmers adopted (no.)- 3. % change in knowledge(%) Area expanded 2. No. of farmers adopted (no.)- 3. % change in knowledge(%) Area expanded 2. No. of farmers adopted (no.)- 3. % change in knowledge(%) Area expanded 2. No. of farmers adopted (no.)- 3. % change in knowledge(%) Area expanded 2. No. of farmers adopted (no.)-3 3. % change in knowledge(%)60 1. Area expanded 2. No. of farmers adopted (no.)- 3. % change in knowledge(%) Area expanded 2. No. of farmers adopted (no.)- 3. % change in knowledge(%) Area expanded 2. No. of farmers adopted (no.)- 3. % change in knowledge(%) Area expanded 2. No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge(%) Area expanded 2. No. of farmers adopted (no.)- 3. % change in knowledge(%)

40 Full package and practices of Arhar cultivation INM and IPM in Arhar Cultivation INM in Arhar Cultivation INM in groundnut cultivation Income generating activities for school dropout Trained farmers on Agro consultancy Trained rural youth for land based enterprises to utilize their resources and labour Leadership development Constraint analysis through PRA Group mobilization technique Managerial skill for extension personnel Formation and management of SHG Area expanded No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge(%) Area expanded No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge(%) Area expanded No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge(%) Area expanded No. of farmers adopted (no.)-8 3. % change in knowledge(%) No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge(%)33 1. No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge(%) No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge(%)-35 1No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge(%)-20 1 No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge No. of farmers adopted (no.)14 2. % change in knowledge % change in knowledge No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge

41 Conducting demonstrations effectively Gender mainstreaming in Agriculture % change in knowledge No. of farmers adopted (no.) % change in knowledge -86 Name of the KVK Activity 6. EXTENSION ACTIVITIES No. of activities (Targeted) No. of activities (Achieved) Detail of Participants Farmers (Others) SC/ST (Farmers) Extension Officials M F M F M F Field Day Remarks Purpose Topic s Crop Stages Popularisati on of the newly - Critical demonstrate stage d technologies Kisan Mela Kisan Ghosthi Exhibition Film Show Method Demonstrations Farmers Seminar Workshop Group meetings Lectures delivered as resource persons Newspaper coverage Mass Radio talks 10 9 Mass TV talks Mass Popular articles - 2 Mass Extension Literature Farm advisory Services Scientific visit to farmers field Farmers visit to KVK Diagnostic visits Exposure visits

42 Name of the KVK Activity No. of activities (Targeted) No. of activities (Achieved) Detail of Participants Farmers (Others) SC/ST (Farmers) Extension Officials M F M F M F Remarks Purpose Topic s Crop Stages Ex-trainees Sammelan Soil health Camp Animal Health Camp Agri mobile clinic Soil test campaigns Farm Science Club conveners meet Self Help Group conveners meetings MahilaMandalsconveners meetings Celebration of important days 7.1 KVK Newsletters Literature Developed/Published (with full title, author & reference) KVK Name Date of start Periodicity Number of copies printed Number of copies distributed April-June 2012 Quarterly July-Sept 2012 Quarterly Jan-Mar 2013 Quarterly AkayaTriti ya World food day Women in Agriculture day 7.2 Literature developed/published KVK Name Date of start Periodicity Number of copies printed Number of copies distributed 42

43 KVK Name Type Title Author s name Number of copies Baiganika Padhatire Potal achasa Mr. Narayan Bar Tissue culture kadali chasa kahinki o kipari Mr. Prabhanjan Mishra 500 kariba Dhana phasalare rasayanika oousadha bina Mr Pramod Kumar Prusti 500 roga poka parichalana Unnata pranalire dali jatiya phasala chasa Mr. Srikanta Sahu Mahila chasira aarthika unnati pain chatu Mrs. Monalisa Pradhan 1000 chasa Macha sahita chingudi chas Mr. Satya Narayan Sahoo Dhana chasara nutan diga SRI padhati Mr. Srikanta Sahu China badam phasalare samanwita roga parichalana Mr Pramod Kumar Prusti Details of Electronic Media Produced : nil KVK Name Type of media (CD / VCD / DVD / Audio- Cassette) Title of the programme Number 8.1 SEED production KVK Name 8. Production and supply of Technological products Major group/class Crop Variety Type of produce (for Seed produced type hear SD; For Planting Material type herepm) Quantity Unit for quantity of produces (qtlfor SD and Nos for PM) Value (Rs.) Cereals Paddy Manaswini SD 37.5 Qtl 73481/- Pulses Arhar ICPL SD 4.35 Qtl 32625/- Oilseed Groundnut Smruti SD 9.26 Qtl 45837/- Fruits Mango Amrapalli Qtl 10626/- Fruits Guava AllhabadSafed Qtl 1628/- Vegetables Tomato Utkal raja SD 0.08 Qtl 11915/- Fruits Papaya Red lady, CO Qtl 1012/- Mushroom Mushroom Qtl 10400/- Others Bamboo Nos 16200/- Fruit Mango Amrapalli PM 137 Nos 2261/- Vegetables Brinjal, Hybrid PM Nos 16454/- Provided to No. of Farmers 43

44 KVK Name Major group/class Crop Variety cabbage Cauliflower Tomato Chilli Onion Hybrid Hybrid Utkal raja Utkal Ava Agrifound Dark red Type of produce (for Seed produced type hear SD; For Planting Material type herepm) Quantity Unit for quantity of produces (qtlfor SD and Nos for PM) Value (Rs.) Provided to No. of Farmers Cereals Paddy MTU 1010 Vegetables Tomato Utkal raja Pulses Arhar UPAS-120 Oilseed Groundnut Smruti SD SD SD SD 32.4 (Stocks with OSSC) 0.10 ( Handed over for processing) 5.6 (Stocks kept at seed processing plant for sampling) Crops are in field Qtl Qtl qtl Planting Material production KVK Name Major group/class Vegetable Name of the crop Brinjal, cabbage Cauliflower Tomato Chilli Onion Date of sowing - Date of harvest Area (ha) - - Details of production Type of Variety Produce Hybrid Hybrid Hybrid Utkal raja Utkal Ava Agrifound Dark red Amrapalli Qty. Amount (Rs.) Cost of inputs Gross income PM / /- Mango Graft Cereals Paddy Manaswini FS /- Cereals Paddy MTU 1010 FS / /- Remarks 44

45 KVK Name Major group/class Name of the crop Date of sowing Date of harvest Area (ha) Details of production Variety Type of Produce Qty. Amount (Rs.) Pulses Arhar Asha FS /- Oilseed Groundnut Smruti CS /- Vegetable Tomato Utkal raja FS /- Vegetable Tomato FS /- Stock is handed Utkal raja over to OSSC Pulses Arhar FS / /- Stock is kept with UPAS-120 OSSC for sampling Oilseed Groundnut Not yet harvested 1 Smruti FS Cost of inputs Gross income Crops are in field Remarks 8.3 Production Units (bio-agents / bio pesticides/ bio fertilizers etc.,) Nil Amount (Rs.) KVK Name Name of the Product Qty Cost of inputs Gross income Remarks Vermicompost /- BIOFERTILIZERS BIO PESTICIDES 8.4 Livestock and fisheries production : Nil Name KVK Name of the animal / bird / aquatics Details of production Breed Type of Produce Qty. Amount (Rs.) Cost of inputs Gross income Cattle Buffalo Sheep and Goat Poultry Fisheries Others (Specify) Remarks 9. Activities of Soil and Water Testing Laboratory Status of establishment of Lab : YES/NO, If yes, then 45

46 Year of establishment : Details of soil & water samples analyzed so far : KVK Name Details No. of Samples No. of Farmers No. of Villages Amount realized Soil test Rainwater Harvesting: Nil Training programmes conducted by using Rainwater Harvesting Demonstration Unit Name of KVK Date Title of the training course Client (PF/RY/EF) No. of Courses No. of Participants No. of SC/STParticipants including SC/ST Male Female Total Male Female Total 11. Utilization of Farmers Hostel facilities Accommodation available (No. of beds) : Nil KVK Name Months Year Title of the training course Duration of training No. of trainees stayed Trainee days (days stayed) Reason for short fall (if any) 12.Utilization of Staff Quarters facilities KVK Name Year of construction Renovated old quarters of RRTTS, Chiplima and handed over in 2005 Year of allotment No. of quarters occupied D type 4. E type No. of quarters vacant 4 1 R 2 D type Reasons for vacant quarters, if any 46

47 13.Details of SAC Meeting KVK Name Date of SAC meeting No. of SAC members attended Major recommendations a) Crop Diversification in upland through pulse crop. b) Trials on hybrid seeds, biofertilizer for their validation. c) Varietal introduction in vegetable crops. d) Demonstration in sucker management in banana. e) Demonstration on INM in different crops f) Inclusion of trials on pisciculture in an integrated approach. g) IPM/IDM demonstrations on Fruit crops such as Mango, Litchi h) In drudgery reduction demonstration the target groups should be studied carefully. 14. Status of Kisan Mobile Advisory (KVK-KMA) KVK Name No. of messages sent No. of beneficiary Major recommendations Farmers Ext. Pers Agronomy, Plant protection, Horticulture, Agril. Engg, Women in agriculture etc. 15. Status of Convergence with various agricultural schemes (Central & State sponsored) Nil KVK Name ATMA Name of scheme Name of Agency (Central/state) Funds received (Rs.) Activities organized Operational Area Remarks 47

48 BGREI DDA, 75000/- Diagnostic visit NHM DRDA ZilaPanchyat Seed village NAIP Climate Change Others (Plz. Specify) district 16. Status of Revolving Funds (Rs.) KVK Name Account No. Opening balance (Rs.) Closing balance (Rs.) Current status (Rs.) Awards & Recognitions Name of award Type of award Amount received KVK Name Awarding Organizations /awardee (Ind./Group/Inst./Farmer) Sri Debendra Pradhan Farmer OUAT, Bhubaneswar Case study and Success Story Two best only in the following format Crop diversification A success story Sri Iswar Sahu aged 40 years of village Sanatanpalli of Jujumora block of is a young educated farmer. He has got 26 acres of cultivated farm land. His family mainly cultivate paddy in the whole land following the scientific method. He observed that only cultivating paddy is not profitable. Then he decided to diversify his cultivation to other crops like oilseed, pulses, vegetables and mushroom. He contacted with multidisciplinary KVK, Scientist for planning for integrated farming. In his 26 acres of land including upland and medium land. He has undergone different training demonstrations programmes including exposure visit both inside state and outside state. He was linked with different schemes and ongoing programmes of agriculture and allied sector including the financial institution. Out of 26 acres of land, paddy is confined to 21 acres out of which 18 acres of land is cultivated with paddy in both Kharif and Rabi season. Only 3 acres of land is cultivated in Kharif season. The secretes of spectacular success is the crop diversification i.e oilseed and pulse 48

49 crop cultivation, floriculture, mushroom, seasonal vegetables and fruits etc. He is equipped with farm machineries like power tiller, paddy reaper, paddy thresher, diesel pumpset etc.following different Scientific method of cultivation he earned a net income more than Rs. 6,00,000/- from different components like paddy, mushroom (both paddy straw and oyster mushroom), seasonal vegetables like Brinjal, Okra, pointed gourd, cole crops etc, oilseed (groundnut, Sunflower, Til etc), pulses (Arhar, Blackgram, Greengram) flower (marigold), fruits (Banana and mango) etc. Sl Crop / Enterprize Area (Ac.) Annual income % of the total No. (Rs.) income 1 Paddy ,00, Mushroom 1.0 2,50, Vegetables and fruits , Marigold , Oil seed , Pulses , Total 25 6,00,000 It is found that Mr. Iswar Sahu collect maximum income from mushroom i.e. Rs. 2,50,000/- (41.67 %) of total income of 6 lakhs. The income will still increase in recent adoption of poultry and diary and fruit crops like mango plantation.he has became an example for other young farmers of his village and also for the nearby villages. 49

50 19. Details of KVKAgro-technologicalPark: Name of KVK Name of Component of Park Detail Information (If established) Crop Cafeteria 0.01 Technology Desk Visitors Gallery Technology Exhibition Technology Gate-Valve 20. Important visitors to KVK Name of KVK Name of Visitor Date of Visit Remarks Dr. Premchand Sr.Scientist ZPD, zone-vii Jabalpur Scientist involvement is enthusiastic 21. Status of KVK Website: E-CONNECTIVITY- NA 50

51 Name of KVK Number and Date of Lecture delivered from KVK Hub No of lectors organized by KVK Date No of Staff No of call No of Call mate attended received from to Hub by KVK Hub Brief achievements Remarks 23. DETAILS OF TECHNOLOGY WEEK CELEBRATIONS Name of KVK Types of Activities No. of Activities Number of Participants Gosthies Lectures organized Exhibition - - Film show Fair - - Farm Visit Diagnostic Practical s - - Distribution of Literature (No.) Distribution of Seed (q) 5 kg 5 Distribution of Planting materials (No.) Bio Product distribution (Kg) Bio Fertilizers (q) - - Distribution of fingerlings (No) - - Distribution of Livestock specimen (No.) - - Total number of farmers visited the technology week Awareness programme on Organic farming 1 40 Farmers scientist interaction on climate resilient agriculture 1 40 Seed treatment campaign 1 40 Animal health camp 1 40 Related crop/livestock technology 24. INTERVENTIONS ON DROUGHT MITIGATION : Nil Introduction of alternate crops/varieties Name of KVK Crops/cultivars Area (ha) Number of beneficiaries Major area coverage under alternate crops/varieties Mane of KVK Crops Area (ha) Number of beneficiaries Oilseeds Pulses 51

52 Cereals Vegetable crops Tuber crops Fruits Spices Cotton Total Farmers-scientists interaction on livestock management Name of KVK Livestock components Number of interactions No.of participants Dairy Management Disease management Feed and fodder technology Poultry management Animal health camps organised Name of KVK Number of camps No.of animals No.of farmers Seed distribution in drought hit states Name of KVK Crops Quantity (qtl) Coverage of area (ha) Number of farmers Seedlings and Saplings distributed Name of KVK Crops Quantity (No.s) Coverage of area (ha) Seedlings Bio-control Agents Name of KVK Bio-control Agents Quantity (q) Coverage of Area (ha) Number of farmers No. of farmers (e) Bio-Fertilizer Name of KVK Bio-Fertilizer Quantity (kg) Coverage of Area (ha) No. of farmers 52

53 (f) Verms Produced Name of KVK Verms Produced Quantity (q) Coverage of Area (ha) No. of Farmers (g) Large scale adoption of resource conservation technologies Name of KVK Crops/cultivars and gist of resource conservation technologies introduced Area (ha) Number of farmers (h) Awareness campaign Name of KVK Meetings Gosthies Field days Farmers fair Exhibition Film show No. No.of farmers No. No.of farmers No. No.of farmers No. No.of farmers No. No.of farmers No. No.of farmers 25. Status of KVK Website:kvksambalpurzpdvii.org.in 26. Well labeled Photographs for each activity of the KVK (Soft copies as well as hard copy- specially for all OFT along with the problem) - Assessment of INM in Rice Problem: Low yield due to improper nutrient Assessment of IDM for rhizome rot in ginger 53

54 Assessment of nutrient management in tissue culture banana Problem: Low yield in banana Assessment of improved weeding implement rake weeder for drudgery reduction Problem: Low efficiency & high drudgery of farm women Programme Coordinator KVK, 54