3 For official use only UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES DHARWAD Twentynineth Annual Report (April 2014 to March 2015)
4 TWENTYNINETH ANNUAL REPORT OF UAS, DHARWAD (For the period April 2014 to March 2015) EDITORIAL COMMITTEE Chairman - Dr. C. S. Hunshal Members - Dr. H. Basavaraja - Dr. L. H. Malligawad - Dr. Pushpa Bharati - Dr. K. V. Basavakumar - Dr. R. A. Yeledhalli - Dr. B. N. Aravinda Kumar - Dr. Shyamrao Jahagirdar - Dr. Anilkumar Mugali - Dr. Virupaksha Prabhu Member Convenor - Dr. Y. R. Aladakatti No.of copies : 725 Cover page design and : DTP Unit, Publication Centre type setting University of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad
5 FOREWORD In an endeavour to serve the needs of farming community in Northern districts of Karnataka, the University of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad carries out tri-fold activities of Teaching, Research and Extension. I consider this as a privilege to present the compilation of the activities carried out as Annual report for the year This annual report highlights the significant achievements made in the field of Education, Research and Extension Education in agriculture and allied sciences through a net work of Colleges/Research Stations/Transfer of Technology Centres spread over the northern state of Karnataka. Besides, important activities such as University governance, students' amenities, finance, planning and infrastructure development, etc. have been incorporated in the report. It is imperative to note that the steady progress of the University is possible because of administrative, financial and technical support received from the Government of Karnataka, ICAR, Government of India and various private and public sector National and International Funding Agencies. The kind of guidance received from our Chancellor, Board of Management and the various Statutory Bodies such as the Academic Council, Finance Committee, Board of Studies, Research Council and Extension Council, Academic Council propelled the activities of the University to fulfill the aspirations of the students, farming community, Government and other stakeholders. The teachers of our University have engaged in imparting quality education to students; the scientists have continued their research in generating new crop varieties, technologies and processes. Several production and protection technologies have been generated in respect of crops and also for Integrated Farming Systems. The five Krishi Vigyan Kendras and Six AEECs operating under the jurisdiction of UAS, Dharwad are facilitating transfer of technological knowledge to the farming community besides serving as resource centres for the concerned districts. The University produced and supplied quality planting materials and seeds of various crops to the farming community of the state as well as neighbouring states. The students and faculty members of the university have brought laurels to the University by exhibiting their excellence in the fields of Education, Research, Extension Education, Co-Curricular and Extra-Curricular activities. The University fraternity is committed to meet the expectations of all its stake holders in the years to come. The contributions of all the Deans, Directors, Registrar, Comptroller, Administrative Officer, Dean, Student Welfare, Estate Officer and Librarian of the University in providing relevant information for the Annual Report are praise worthy. I take this opportunity to thank all concerned and hope this report-serves the purpose of scientific workers, stake holders and also the cause of farmers, whom we cherish to serve by way of developing new technologies and disseminating to them. I wish that the International year of Soils-2015 heralds some unique and innovative approaches for all those who dream of agriculture. Place: Dharwad (D. P. Biradar) Date: Vice-Chancellor
6 PREFACE The Annual Report highlights the activities related to Education, Research and Extension carried out by our University staff reflecting the all round progress made by the University. The University has experienced tremendous development and remodeling of various units under its jurisdiction during the year. Concerted efforts have been made in compiling the information in a single edition and details of various events and activities of all colleges, research stations, divisions and sections of the University have been included in this Annual Report. It is with immense pleasure that I record my sincere gratitude the support and encouragement provided by the Deans, Directors, Registrar, Librarian, Comptroller, Administrative officer, Dean, Student Welfare, and Estate Officer for providing all the relevant information. I sincerely thank the Editorial Committee for meticulously editing the chapters. I express my sincere gratitude to Dr. D.P. Biradar, Hon'ble Vice-Chancellor for his valuable guidance and support in bringing out this Annual Report. The tireless efforts of Sri H. S. Prasanna Kumar, Secretary to Dean (PGS) in neat typing and Sri Ulavappa I. Shivoji for neat type setting and designing of the report is highly appreciated. Finally, I place on record the help rendered by the Editorial Committee and the team for getting the report compiled on time. Place: Dharwad (C. S. Hunshal) Date: Chairman, Editorial Committee & Dean (PG Studies)
7 CONTENTS 1. UNIVERSITY 1.1 General Important activities of the Vice-Chancellor Awards/distinctions/recognitions Appointments/ promotions made during Faculty improvement Participation of scientists in national/international seminars/symposia / trainings/ workshop /. summer/ winter/ refresher courses held at organizations other than UAS, Dharwad Participation of scientists in national/international seminars/symposia /trainings/ workshop/... summer/ winter/ refresher courses held at organizations within UAS, Dharwad Organization of national / international seminars / symposia / conferences / short courses/... trainings / workshops / summer & winter schools / refresher courses Visitors to the departments TEACHING 2.1. Undergraduate programme Postgraduate programme Admission (faculty-wise) Enrolment of Diploma (Agri.) course students for the academic year Students completing post graduate degree during UAS merit / UAS general scholarships and freeships awarded to the students during Convocation Theses accepted Library Student Welfare... 91
8 3. RESEARCH 3.1 New varieties/hybrids in different crops accepted for release during the year New technologies accepted for inclusion in the package of practices during New technologies (Crop improvement, Crop production and Crop protection) in different crops accepted for farm trial during the year Research accomplishments New Ad-hoc projects sanctioned to UAS, Dharwad during Continued Ad-hoc projects at UAS, Dharwad during Revenue realized through the testing of agro-chemicals / crop hybrids during Targets of seed production during EXTENSION 4.1. Major achievements during the year Technology transferred and assessed Training programmes organized Demonstrations Farm trials On farm testing Farm advisory services Communication through media Publications Audio visual aids developed Farmers educative events CAMPUS DEVELOPMENT RESOURCES AND FINANCIAL ESTIMATES APPENDICES Reseach papers in national and international journals... A1
9 1 University 1 1. GENERAL I. BOARD OF MANAGEMENT Chairman : Dr. D. P. Biradar Vice-Chancellor Ex-Officio Members : 1. Secretary to Government, Agriculture Dept. Shri. Bharat Lal Meena IAS Smt. Uma Mahadevan IAS 2. Secretary to Government, Finance Dept. Shri. Sundar Raj Gupta, Deputy Secretary Shri. K. M. Veeraiah, Deputy Secretary 3. Principal Secretary to Government, Horticulture Dept. Shri. Rajeev Chawla IAS 4. Dean of the University Dr. A. R. Alagawadi Non-Official Members : 1. Shri. Appaji C. S. Nadagouda 2. Dr. D. Rajagopal 3. Dr. Y. B. Patil ICAR Nominee(s) : Dr. S. Prabhu Kumar Dr. Sreenath Dixit Member Secretary : Dr. H. S. Vijayakumar Shri. B. B. Hosamani Registrar II. OFFICERS OF THE UNIVERSITY Chancellor : Shri. H. R. Bharadwaj Shri. Konijeti Rosaiah Shri. Vajubhai Rudhabhai Vala His Excellency, the Governor of Karnataka Pro-Chancellor : Shri. Krishna Byre Gowda Hon ble Minister for Agriculture Vice-Chancellor : Dr. D. P. Biradar Director of Education: Dr. L. Krishna Naik Dr. H. S. Vijayakumar
10 III. OTHER OFFICERS 1. Registrar : Dr. H. S. Vijayakumar Shri. B. B. Hosamani 2. Comptroller : Shri. R. V. Garag : Shri. R. B. Hanji 2 3. Librarian : Dr. (Smt.) Shailaja D. Naik : Dr. A. K. Rokhade 4. Dean (PGS), UAS, Dharwad : Dr. A. R. Alagawadi : Dr. C. S. Hunshal 5. Dean (Agri), AC, Dharwad : Dr. G. S. Dasog : Dr. A. R. Alagawadi 6. Dean (Agri), AC, Vijayapur : Dr. S. B. Devarnavadagi 7. Dean (HSc), RHSc, Dharwad : Dr. C. S. Hunshal : Dr. (Smt.) Shailaja D. Naik 8. Dean (For), COF, Sirsi : Dr. S. L. Madiwalar : Dr. S. K. Patil 9. Dean (Agri), AC, : Dr. V. I. Benagi Hanumanmatti : Dr. S. I. Halikatti 10. Director of Research : Dr. B. M. Khadi 11. Director of Extension : Dr. M. B. Chetti : Dr. V. I. Benagi 12. Dean (Students Welfare) : Dr. S. K. Patil : Dr. S. T. Naik 13. Estate Officer : Shri M. D. Hongal 14. Administrative Officer : Shri M. D. Hongal Shri. R. B. Hanji
11 IV. Board Section 1. Nomination of Members of Board of Management 3 The following persons have been nominated as Members of the Board of Management, UAS, Dharwad, by H. E., the Governor of Karnataka under Section 12(1) of the University of Agricultural Sciences Act 2009, vide Notification No. GS 8 AUD 2013 dated 27 th June, Sl. Name and address No. 1 Shri Appaji Channabasavaraj Shankarrao Nadagouda, MLA, Muddebihal Constituency, No. 179, 2 nd Cross, 3 rd Main, HIG Colony, New BEL Road, RMV 2 nd Stage, Bengaluru Dr. Sreenath Dixit, Zonal Project Director, Zone-VIII, Zonal Project Directorate, MRS.,HA. Farm, Post, Hebbal, Bengaluru Order No. & Date No. GS 8 AUD 2013 dated No. GS 8 AUD 2013 dated No. of Meetings held during the year During the period under report, four meetings of the Board of Management were held and following were some of the important decisions of the Board. 21 st Meeting of the Board of Management held on Conferment of Best NSS Programme Officer and NSS Volunteers Awards. 2. Revision of Incentive Award for excellence in Sports /Cultural / Literary activities at Inter University competitions for students of UAS, Dharwad. 3. Enhancement of Special Allowance to the Tour Leaders, Co-Tour Leaders, Attendants, Heavy Vehicle Drivers and Helpers accompanying the students for All India / State Study Tours. 4. Revision of score card for considering Best Extension Scientist Award. 5. Renaming of the Extension Education Units as Agricultural Extension Education Centres (AEECs). 6. Starting of Ph. D. programme in Home Science Extension and Communication Management in Rural Home Science College, Dharwad. 7. Institution of Scholarship in the name of Diwan Bahadur R. S. Hiremath and Smt Parvatidevi in UAS, Dharwad. 8. Institution of Gold Medal in the name of Dr. S. V. Patil, Former Vice-Chancellor, UAS, Bengaluru. 9. Promotion of Teachers to various grades / cadres under Career Advancement Scheme Reserving the grants for SC/ST categories in the grants provided by the Government to the University.
12 4 11. Permission to the following Officers/ Teachers/ Scientists of UAS, Dharwad to attend faculty training / undergo International Training Courses/Collaborative Research Works/ Conference etc. (1) Dr. V. I. Benagi (2) Dr. N. K. Biradar Patil (3) Dr. V. B. Naragund (4) Dr. H. S. Vijayakumar (5) Dr. Hemalatha S. 12. Approval of various civil works in UAS, Dharwad. 22 nd Meeting of the Board of Management held on Institutional Membership for National Academy of Agricultural Sciences (NAAS). 2.Institution of Gold Medal sponsored by Dr. J. V. Goud, Former and First Vice-Chancellor, UAS, Dharwad. 3.Institution of Gold Medal in the name of Sri Rudrappa Shivappa Kiresur. 4.Institution of Scholarship in the name of Late Kumar Venkatesh Panchagavi in the College of Agriculture, Dharwad. 5.Permission to the following Teachers/ Scientists / Non-Teaching Staff of UAS, Dharwad to undergo the International Training Courses/ Collaborative Research works conference etc. 1 Dr. Chandrashekhar C. P. 8 Dr. Shamarao Jahagirdar 2 Dr. S. M. Mantur 9 Dr. R. Vasudeva 3 Dr. Manjunath Hebbar 10 Dr. Krishna A., 4 Dr. S. S. Angadi 11 Shri M. D. Hongal 5 Dr. H. Shivanna 12 Shri H. F. Gonageri 6 Dr. H. L. Nadaf 13 Dr. S. S. Patil 7 Dr. Gurudatta Hegde 6. Revision of fees prescribed for B.Tech. (Food Technology) Degree Programme in UAS, Dharwad. 7. Prescribing minimum marks for recruitment to the posts of Teachers and Officers in the University. 8. Approval of various civil works in UAS, Dharwad. 23 rd Meeting of the Board of Management held on Incentive Award for Scientists for bringing outside funded Projects for the year & Award for Best Maintained Farm and Highest Revenue Earning Farm for the years & Guidelines for Best Research Scientist Award.
13 4. Donation for Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology of Kashmir to mitigate suffering of the employees due to floods. 5. Approval for Chief Guest for the 28 th Convocation of UAS, Dharwad. 6. Approval for conferment of Degrees to the Undergraduate and Postgraduate students and award of Gold Medals/ Cash Prizes during 28 th Convocation of UAS, Dharwad. 7. Permission to the following Teachers/Scientists of UAS, Dharwad to undergo international training programme. 1) Dr. S. S. Chandrashekhar 2) Dr. N. B. Moger 8. Permission to the following Teachers/Scientists of UAS, Dharwad to undergo the International Training Courses/ Collaborative Research Works Conference etc. 1 Dr. Ashok Sajjan 8 Dr. Vijayakumar A. G. 2 Dr. Mahabaleshwar Hegde 9 Dr. Sarojini Karakannavar 3 Dr. I. S. Katageri 10 Dr. Annapurna Pujar 4 Dr. S. S. Udikeri 11 Dr. K. Manjappa 5 Dr. M. B. Patil 12 Dr. R. Basavarajappa 6 Dr. Suma Biradar 13 Dr. Y. R. Aladakatti 7 Dr. Ashalatha K. V. 14 Dr. R. Vasudeva 9. Prescribing Score Card for promotion to the post of HAG scale under CAS Establishment of WiFi connectivity and Network Security Mechanism at Main Campus, UAS, Dharwad. 11. Institution of UAS Gold Medal for candidates who have completed two years Diploma (Agri. ) Programme in UAS, Dharwad. 12. Admission to UG Degree Programmes under NRI/NRI sponsored quota. 13. Training of Undergraduate students abroad as a part of their UG programme. 14. Institution of Scholarship in the memory of Late Smt. Sheela M. Harapanahalli w/o Dr. M. D. Harapanahalli. 15. Award of Honorary Doctorate Degree. 16. Shifting of Extension Education Unit (EEU) from Vijayapur/Indi to Muddebihal. 17. Approval of various civil works in UAS, Dharwad th Meeting of the Board of Management held on Deputation of inservice Teachers/Scientists for prosecuting higher Studies leading to Ph. D. Programme for 3 semesters from the academic year
14 2. Permission to prosecute Ph. D. Programme outside India at University of Greenwich, United Kingdom. 3. Permission for following Teachers/Scientists of UAS, Dharwad to undergo the International Training Courses/Collaborative Research Works/ Conference Paper presentations etc. 1 Dr. Lata Pujar 3 Dr. D. N. Kambrekar 2 Dr. N. K. Biradarpatil 4 Dr. Suresh Alagundagi 6 4. Approval of handing over of land and infrastructure facilities of ARS, Sirsi to KVK, Sirsi. 5. Approval of shifting of AICRP - Maize scheme from ARS, Arabhavi to MARS, Dharwad. 6. Engaging PG students as UAS Research Fellows in Research Projects. 7. Prividing EBL charges to the Diploma (Agri) students. 8. Review of financial position for the year and approval of Audit Compliance report for annual accounts. 9. Proposal for various civil works IMPORTANT ACTIVITIES OF THE VICE-CHANCELLOR ACTIVITIES OF Dr. D. P. BIRADAR, VICE-CHANCELLOR, UAS, DHARWAD, FROM 1 st APRIL 2014 to 31 st MARCH Date Particulars Presided over the Dr. Norman E. Borlaug Centenary Celebrations organized by the University at UAS, Auditorium wherein Dr. B. S. Patil, Director, Vegetables and Fruit Improvement Centre, Texas A&M University, Texas was the Chief Guest Participated as Chief Guest in the 107 th Birth Anniversary of Dr. Babu Jagajeevan Ram held at UAS, Auditorium Participated in the Meeting convened by the Principal Secretary to Govt.,Agri. Dept. held at MS Building, Bengaluru to discuss the continuation of the schemes during Met H.E. the Governor of Karnataka and administrative and academic matters. Chancellor and discussed on Univ Attended the Expert Committee meeting constituted for starting of Integrated B.Sc. (Seed Tech.) and M.Sc. (Seed Tech.) degree programmes at UAS, Dharwad Presided over the 123 rd Birth Anniversary Dr. B. R. Ambedkar held at UAS, Auditorium and addressed the gathering on the occasion.
15 Date Particulars Participated in the Krishimela function organized by the Tontadarya Math of Gadag and addressed the gathering in the function arranged Participated in the National Seminar on Higher Education in India : Challenges of Expansion, Equity and Excellence and acted as a Panel Member and presented paper on the topic Financing and Governance of Higher Education held at Karnataka University, Dharwad Participated in the orientation programme by Dr. Sarina Paranjape, Senior Programme Officer (Indian Program) on Fulbright Fellowship opportunities to the US arranged for the benefit of Ph. D. students, RAs and SRFs, Tech. Assistants working in the University, held at Conference Hall, UAS, Dharwad Participated in the meeting held under the Chairmanship of Special Secretary to Govt., Agriculture Dept. at Bengaluru regarding transfer of posts from UAS, Dharwad to UAS, Raichur Participated in the ICAR Interactive Conference of Vice-Chancellors of SAUs. Central Agril. Universities and Deemed Universities, and Directors of ICAR Institutes, and resolved on agenda items Met H. E. the Governor of Karnataka and discussed about ensuing Convocation and other administrative matters Discussed with Dr. Rishi Shanker,, Inst. of Life Sciences, Ahmedabad and Dr. Surekha M. Zingde, Ex-Dy. Director, Cancer Research Institute, ACTREC, Mumbai about research exchange programmes, who visited UAS, Dharwad for evaluating the Biotechnology PG teaching programme Participated in the Guest Lecture on Integrated Personality Evolution delivered by Dr. K. P. Putturaya, Visiting Prof. of Physiology, International Medical College, Bengaluru arranged for the benefit of staff and students & Participated in the ICAR Regional Committee Meeting No. VIII at Trivendrum Participated in the meeting held with Vice-Chancellors, Registrars and Deans (PGS) of State farm Universities along with officers of UAS, Dharwad regarding Common PG admissions in State farm Universities Participated in the RKVY Screening Committee Meeting called to finalize the project proposals for placing before the SLSC for held under the chairmanship of Addl. Chief Secy. and Development Commissioner at Dept. of Agriculture, Bengaluru Chaired the meeting held with the team that arrived from Bengaluru for establishing Agri Biotech Park in Dharwad campus and visited Biotechnology department and proposed site for Agri Biotech Park.
16 Date Particulars Participated in the 27 th Convocation of the University wherein Dr. Mark A. Hussey, Interim President, Texas A&M University, USA and Shri Krishna Byregowda, Hon. Agril. Minister, GOK presided over the programme. On this occasion Honorary Doctorate degree were conferred by the University to Dr. Mark A. Hussey and Dr. Rajendra Singh for their outstanding contributions. Participated in the interaction meet arranged to the students and faculty of the University with Dr. Mark A. Hussey, Interim President, Texas A&M University, USA, held in UAS, Auditorium Participated in the meeting called by the Principal Secretary to Govt.,Agriculture Department and discussed on Food For Health and collaborations for mutual benefit and academic exchange programmes, held with Dr. Mark A. Hussey, Interim President, Texas A&M University, USA, and industrialists of Karnataka and Secretaries of the related departments. Participated in the meeting held under the leadership of Hon ble Chief Minister and other cabinet ministers with Dr. Mark A. Hussey, Interim President, Texas A&M University, USA and other officers regarding establishment of International Centre for Agriculture Department commemorating the birth centenary of Nobel Laureate Dr. Norman E. BorlAug., a renowned agriculture scientist and discussed on collaborative programmes Chaired the meeting called to discuss on the continuation of IFSD project during by utilizing the unspent balance amount Had discussions with Dr. Prathap, Scientist of the Sugarcane Breeding Institute, Coimbatore regarding holding the 16 th Meeting of Sugarcane R&D workers of Northern Karnataka at UAS, Dharwad campus Participated in the meeting convened under the chairmanship of Addl. Chief Secretary regarding SLSC on RKVY projects at Vidhana Soudha, Bengaluru Chaired the Seed Production Cropping Plan Meeting for and discussed with the respective farm superintendents on their cropping plan and suggested reforms Participated as Chief Guest in the Felicitation function of JRF and Dr. M. Puttarudraiah Awardee at Agril. Entomology Club, AC, Dharwad and addressed the staff and students Participated in the National Academy of Agril. Sciences Foundation Day programme Had discussions with IOWA State University students who visited UAS, Dharwad under Academic Exchange Programme Chaired the meeting of UAS Officers held with Mahatma Gandhi Institute for Rural Industrialization team and discussed on establishment dissemination centre at UAS, Dharwad. Chaired the Executive Committee Meeting of the SW Mensinkai Memorial Education and Research Foundation and discussed on the activities of the Foundation. 8
17 Date Particulars Chaired the meeting convened by the State Bank of India, UAS Branch with the officers and staff of the University for appraising about the software developed for payment of fees by the students and making other entries, etc. Chaired the 27 th Convocation Steering Committee Meeting and reviewed the accounts of different committees and suggested for re-appropriation of accounts. Chaired the Staff Research Projects meeting of different departments of the College of Agriculture, Dharwad Participated in the meeting of All Farm University Vice-Chancellors held at UAS, Bengaluru and discussed on the Pros & Cons on merging of the Sericulture and Watershed departments of Govt. of Karnataka Had discussions with the team of Chinese delegation, which visited UAS, Dharwad and discussed on exchange of academic and research programmes Had discussions with Dr. VS Reddy, Plant Biotechnology Dept., ICGEB, New Delhi and discussed on the NAIP project having with UAS, Dharwad Participated as a Member in the Karnataka State Higher Education Council Meeting held at Conference Hall of the Council Participated in the 100 th Foundation Course of Agril. Research Service of ICAR. Participated in the meeting held under the Chairmanship of Dr. MS Swaminathan, Chairman MSSRF with Vice-Chancellors and discussed on Strategies to Manage the deficit Monsoon 2014 at NAARM, Hyderabad wherein Dr. S. Ayyappan, Secretary, DARE and Director General, ICAR was present Chaired the 21 st Meeting of the Board of Management of the University and resolved on various administrative and academic decisions as per the agenda Had discussions with Dr. Kaushik Majumdar, Director and Dr. T. Satyanarayan, Dy. Director, South Asia Programmes, International Plant Nutrition Institute regarding Research Cooperators Meet and organization of National Symposium during Sept at UAS, Dhrwad Had discussions with the faculty of Bunda College, Lilongwe University of Agriculture & Natural Resources, Africa regarding academic exchange programmes and revamping of seed industry in Malawi Chaired the meeting of Univ. officers held with Agriculture and Natural Resources Univ. delegates of Bunda Agriculture College, Malawi, Africa & discussed on Introduction of Seed Production Technology and Development of curriculum and extension education in UG Programmes. This visit was arranged under Obama Singh Initiative Project Participated in the 86 th ICAR Foundation day and Award Ceremony of Indian Council of Agril. Research, New Delhi held at NASC which was inaugurated by the Hon ble Prime Minister of India.
18 Date Particulars Participated in the Interface Meet of the Agril. University Vice-Chancellors and ICAR Directors held at NASC, New Delhi Presided over the 95 th Birthday Celebration of Dr. H. R. Arakeri, an Agronomist held in the department of Agronomy, AC, Dharwad and spoke on the occasion Participated as a member in the 11 th General Body Meeting of the Karnataka State Council for Higher Education and resolved on the agenda items held at Bengaluru Unfurled the National Flag on the eve of 68 th Independence Day programme on the campus and addressed the gathering Chaired the meeting convened in the conference regarding suggestions to be made to the V Deans Committee on Higher Agricultural Education in India Inaugurated the Agri Clinics and Agribusiness Centre Training Programme organized jointly by MANAGE, Hyderabad and UAS, Dharwad at Conference Hall and addressed the gathering Participated as an expert on the ASRB Selection Committee Inaugurated the ICAR Winter School on Advances in Social Science Research Methodologies organized jointly with ICAR, New Delhi Chaired the 15 th Meeting of the Academic Council and resolved on various agenda items, held at Conference Hall, UAS, Dharwad Presided over the Teachers Day programme wherein Shri Bharat Lal Meena, IAS, Principal Secretary to Government, Agriculture Dept. was the Chief Guest, held at UAS, Auditorium. Chaired the 22 nd Meeting of the Board of Management of the University and resolved on the various agenda items Attended the lecture delivered by Dr. Jose Graziano Da Silva, Director General, FAO and participated in the interaction session held with Senior Officers of the Ministry of Agriculture and ICAR Headquarters, Directors of ICAR Institutes and leaders of Indian NARES at NASC, New Delhi, as per the directions of Director General ICAR, New Delhi Chaired the meeting held with officers of the University and the Vice-Chancellor and his team (Lunar Team) of Bunda Agriculture College, Malawi, Lilongwe University of Agriculture & Natural Resources, Africa on their visit to the University Presided over the inaugural function of IPNI Research Cooperators Meet held at UAS, Dharwad which was inaugurated by Padmabhushan Dr. Raj S. Paroda, Chairman, TAAS, New Delhi and organized jointly by International Plant Nutrition Institute & UAS, Dharwad.
19 Date Particulars Presided over the 16 th Dr. R. K. Hegde, Memorial Lecture Series programme held at New Auditorium, UAS, Dharwad Participated as Chief Guest in the 32 nd Group Meeting of AICRP on Potato held at UAS, Auditorium and addressed the gathering organized by UHS, Bagalkot Participated as Chief Guest in the inaugural function of National Seminar on Post Harvest Management and Processing of Potato for Increasing Food Security in India, organized by UHS, Bagalkot held at UAS, Auditorium Participated in the Krishimela inaugural function which was inaugurated by the Hon ble Chief Minister wherein Hon ble Minister of State for Agriculture and several Ministers of GOK were Chief Guests and many special invitees & dignitaries participated, and Hon ble MLA of Dharwad presided over Presided over the Foundation Day Programme of the University wherein Shri Vaju Bhai Rudhabhai Vala Ji, H. E. the Governor of Karnataka and Chancellor of the Universities was Chief Guest, Shri Prahlad Joshi, Hon ble MP (Dharwad) was Guest of Honour and Members of Board of Management participated, held at UAS, Auditorium Participated as a Member in the meeting of the implementation of RKVY in the State held under the chairmanship of ACS and Dev. Commissioner at Vidhana Soudha, Bengaluru Participated in the Sadana Samiti Meeting called by the Principal Secretary to Govt., Agriculture Department held at MS Building, Bengaluru Chaired the meeting held with the Addl. Controller, State Accounts Department and discussed on the audit objections and compliances Participated as Special Invitee in the Selection Committee Meeting constituted for selection of Plant Genome Saviour Community Award held under the chairmanship of Dr. R. S. Paroda, Former Secretary DARE and Director General, Indian Council of Agril. Research, New Delhi Participated in the Krishi Bhagya meeting convened under the chairmanship of Hon ble Minister for Agriculture at Vidhana Soudha, Bengaluru Participated in the meeting called to review the progress of KWDP-II (Sujala-3) Project held under the chairmanship of ACS & Dev. Commissioner, GOK in Vidhana Soudha, Bengaluru to Participated as Special Invitee in the 12 th Asian Maize Conference and Expert Consultation on Maize for Food, Feed, Nutrition and Environmental Security & also participated in the Annual General Meeting of APAARI held at Bangkok, Thailand Had discussions on Dietetic Internship with Iowa State University, USA, Mrs. Jean Anderson, Director, Dietetic Internship and students. The officers of the Univ. were also present in the meeting.
20 Date Particulars Had discussions with Dr. Monika Mesmer, Crop Science Dept., Organic Agriculture Research Institute, Switzerland and discussed on MoU between UAS, Dharwad & FIBL and Agreement of the Green Cotton Project Participated in the Meeting of the ICAR Committee on the issue of Minimize/Reducing the Inbreeding and its Adverse Effect held under the chairmanship of Vice-Chancellor, SKUAST-K, Srinagar at ICAR, KAB-II, New Delhi and Participated in the Vice-Chancellors Convention on Making World Class Agril. University in India organized by Indian Agril. Universities Association held at NASC, New Delhi Participated in the 11 th Meeting of the State Food Security Mission held under the Chairmanship of Chief Secretary and Chairman, SFSMEC at Vidhana Soudha, Bengaluru Participated as Chief Guest in the University-Industry Meet organized by the B. Tech (Food Technology) Programme at Conference Hall, UAS, Dharwad and addressed the gathering Presided over the Award of Diploma (Agri) Certificates to the successful students held at UAS, Auditorium and addressed the gathering Participated as a Panelist in the 22 nd Annual Conference of Agril. Economics Research Association (AERA) and Co-chaired the Special Session-III Accelerating Agricultural Development in North Karnataka in the Valedictory session held at UAS, Raichur Chaired the 17 th Academic Council Meeting and resolved on the agenda items Participated in the Vijayapura district progress review meet called by the Hon ble Minister for Agriuclture, GOK at Zilla Panchayat Participated in the Farmers-Scientists Interaction and participated in the Field Day on Integrated Crop Management Practices in Sunflower Hattarkihal. Also had discussions with students and faculty on their activities Chaired the 23 rd Meeting of the Board of Management and resolved on various administrative and academic matters as per agenda, held at Conference Hall, UAS, Dharwad Inaugurated the one day Workshop on Role of Fertilizers in Sustainable Agriculture and Role of Potassium in enhancing Crop Yield and Quality organized jointly by the Soil Science Dept. and International Potash Organization, Switzerland held at Model Class Room of AC, Dharwad Inaugurated the National Symposium on Plant Diseases: New Perspectives & Innovative Management Strategies organized jointly by UAS, Dharwad and Indian Psychopathological Society (SZ) held at UAS, Auditorium.
21 Date and and Particulars Participated in the Assembly session at Belagavi as per the directions of Hon ble Minister for Agriculture, GOK. Participated in the 5 th Regional Committee Meeting of Vice-Chancellors of the Indian Agril. Universities Association and National Seminar on Family Farming for Sustainability held at Kerala Agril. University, Thrissur Participated as Chief Guest in the inaugural function of Raashtriya Krishikara Dinacharane which was inaugurated by Shri Vinay Kulkarni, MLA, Dharwad Rural and addressed the gathering, held at UAS, Auditorium Participated as Chief Guest in the Inaugural function of Poly House in the Sri S. S. Ronad Farm at Navalur which was inaugurated by Hon ble Minister for Information Technology, S. R. Patil, GOK Participated in the Zilla Krishi Utsava and Maahiti Aandolana 2014 programme organized jointly by ZP, Gadag, Shree Kshetra Dharmasthala Gramabhiruddhi Yojane (R), Gadag, UAS, Dharwad and KH Patil Krishi Vidyan Kendra, Hulkoti and inaugurated Agril. Implements Exhibition and addressed the gathering, held at APMC Yard, Gadag Chaired the discussion along with officers and HODs of the University held with Dr. Kattesh V. Katti, Director, Institute of Green Nanotechnology Univ. of Missouri, Columbia, USA and was present in the Lecture delivered by on Green Nanotechnology A Bridge Between Nanotechnology and Agriculture: Implications in Medicine and Energy held in the Conference Hall, UAS, Dharwad Participated in the South Zone Vice-Chancellors Conference and discussed on the revisit of National Education Policy held at VIT University Vellore Chaired the Meeting of officers and concerned scientists & students of Nanotechnology held with Dr. Kattesh Katti, Director, Institute of Green Nanotechnology Univ. of Missouri, Columbia, USA and discussed on MoU for Green Nanotechnology Research Participated in the Interactive Meeting with Hon ble Union Minister for Agriculture and Food Processing Shri Radha Mohan Singh wherein the Director General, ICAR, New Delhi was also present, held at Conference Hall of ICAR, ZPD Zone VIII. Participated in the meeting covened by the Agril. Minister, GOK, to discuss the Agril. University matters with Hon ble Union Minister for Agriculture at Kumara Krupa Guest House, Bengaluru Presided over the Aragu Krishi Tarabeti Programme jointly organized by UAS, Dharwad and Kadamba Charitable Foundation, Sirsi at KVK, Dharwad Participated in the discussions held with respective officers and Sri Sai Krishna, Chief Operating Officer, National Skills Foundation of India and entered into MoU for mutual benefit.
22 Date Particulars Participated as a panel member in the Indo US Collaborative Workshop on Innovative Industry Driven Course Curriculums in Agricultural Education Systems : Outcomes and Lessons Learned and presented the article on Role of UAS, Dharwad towards quality seed supply, organized by Cornell University under Obama Singh Initiative (OSI) Project held at New Delhi Participated as a panel member in the Indo US Collaborative Workshop on Innovations in Agril. Education and Extension Systems: Outcomes and Lessons Learned organized by Cornell University under USAID Agricultural Innovation Partnership (AIP) Project, held at New Delhi. Also participated as panelist in the Panel discussion Sessions: Session-2 New Paradigm in Knowledge Delivery Improving Efficiency and Effectiveness and Session-3 Leadership Round Table Role of Partnerships in both domestic and international in enhancing the effectiveness of agricultural universities Presided over the National Seminar on Climate Change and Agrarian Economy: An Indian Perspective organized jointly with ISAE, held at UAS Auditorium, Dharwad campus Unfurled the National Flag on the eve of 66 th Republic Day on the campus and addressed the gathering Visited the ongoing Annual Special Camp of the NSS students of the College of Agriculture, Dharwad, participated in the camp programme and addressed the volunteers and audience organized at Yelavigi village Participated in Dr. S. W. Mensinkai Memorial Education and Research Foundation Lecture Series, held in UAS Auditorium Participated in the budget discussion of the Agriculture Department along with Comptroller, UAS, Dharwad held under the chairmanship of the ACS and Dev. Commissioner at Vidhana Soudha, B luru Participated in the discussions held with the team of officers/scientists of the Ministry of Textiles, Govt. of India and officers/scientists of the University on Promotion & Research of coloured cotton. Participated in the discussions of all the farm university vice-chancellors held with the Secretary to Govt., Agriculture Department regarding Coordination Committee and other university matters Attended the Coordination Committee Meeting of farm universities in the State held under the chairmanship of Hon ble Minister for Agriculture at Vikas Soudha, B luru Participated as Chief Guest in the inaugural function of XXVI UAS Inter-Collegiate Athletic Meet held at Pavilion, UAS, Dharwad Participated as Chief Guest in the Agril. Implements Distribution Programme under Integrated Farming System Demonstration , which was inaugurated by Shri Manohar Tahsildar, MLA, Hanagal held at Kalabhavan, Araleshwar. 14
23 Date Particulars Participated in the Maahiti Tantrajnanada Nade Raitara Kade programme wherein the E-Kissan Foundation distributed the Tablet to the farmers enabling Information Technology on their requirements held in Kudalasangama in the presence of holiness Shri Shri Basava Jaya Mrutyunjaya Mahawamiji, Kudalasangama Chaired the Third Research Council Meeting and reviewed research activities carried out and discussed on the future plan of actions and new research activities. Chaired the 11 th Finance Committee Meeting of the University and discussed on the audited accounts and audit compliances of Chaired the Accreditation Committee orientation meeting held for preparation of Self Study Report of constituent colleges of UAS, Dharwad by ICAR wherein Dr. N. L. Maurya, former ADG (Accreditation), ICAR, New Delhi was the invitee who offered suggestions Participated in the inaugural session of AGROVISION South curtain raiser programme held at Belagavi and participated in the discussions Attended the Annual Plan proposals and MPIC Meetings convened by the Secretary to Govt., Agriculture Department, MS Bldg.,Bengaluru Participated as Chief Guest in the Valedictory Function of Training & Refresher course on Utilization of Microbial and Plant Genomic Resources for Plant Disease Management organized by Biotechnology Department, UAS, Dharwad Participated in the Preliminary Meeting of Budget held under the Chairmanship of Hon ble Minister for Agriculture, GOK at Vikas Soudha Participated in the Agriculture Department budget Meeting convened by Hon ble Chief Minister held at KPC Conference Hall, Bengaluru Presided over the Valedictory function of Inter Collegiate Youth Festival of UAS, Dharwad and addressed the students on the occasion Chaired the 3 rd Extension Education Council Meeting and reviewed the activities of and discussed on action plans of Attended the Screening Committee Meeting convened to review RKVY project proposals for under the Chairmanship of ACS and Dev. Commissioner held at Vidhana Soudha, B luru Met Hon ble Minister for Agriculture and Hon ble Chief Minister and discussed on the provision of grants for the new projects like Green Nanotechnology, etc Participated in the Workshop of Micro Irrigation The Way Forward organized by the Govt. of Karnataka at Hotel Lalit Ashok, B luru Inaugurated the Training Programme on Groundnut and Onion Seed Production and Field Day organized by the Seed Unit, UASD at Saidapur Farm.
24 Date Particulars Chaired the Academic Council Meeting and resolved on various academic items as per the agenda Chaired the 24 th Meeting of the Board of Management of the University and resolved on various academic and administrative matters held at M. S. Building, B luru Was present on the occasion of signing the Memorandum of Understanding for the research project with UAS, Dharwad by the K-BITS, Govt. of Karnataka, B luru Was present on the signing of Memorandum of Understanding for the research project with UAS, Dharwad by the Bioversity International, B luru. Visited the comprehensive Phenomics, facility established under Niche Area of Excellence and Entomology & Physiology labs of ICAR Institutes located at Bengaluru accompanying the Director General, ICAR, New Delhi Met the Hon ble Chief Minister and requested budget for the establishment of Green Nanotechnology Centre at UAS, Dharwad campus AWARDS/DISTINCTIONS/RECOGNITIONS Sl. No. Name and Designation of the Teacher/ Scientist Agricultural Economics Name of the Award/Distinction/ Recognition Awarding institution/ organization Year of Award Date of announce ment of Award 1 Dr. S. B. Hosamani Prof & Head Agricultural Entomology Best Publication Award Karnataka State Agril. Marketing Board, GOK, Bengaluru Dr. R. H. Patil Principal Scientist (Entomology) 3 Dr. M. G. Hegde Principal Scientist (Entomology) 4 Dr. S. S. Udikeri Principal Scientist (Cotton Entomology) Executive Committee Member of Society for Soybean Research Member of Jury Panel for Mahindra Samridhi India Agri. Awards Commonwealth Academic Fellow Commonwealth Academic Fellow Indian Society for Soybean Research, Indore Mahindra India, Mumbai Commonwealth Commission United Kingdom Commonwealth Commission United Kingdom
25 17 Sl. No. Name and Designation of the Teacher/ Scientist Agricultural Microbiology Name of the Award/Distinction/ Recognition Awarding institution/ organization Year of Award Date of announce ment of Award 5 Dr. Jones P. Nirmalnath of Agril. Microbiology 6 Dr. Geeta Shirnalli Principal Scientist 7 Dr. M. N. Sreenivasa 8 Dr V. P. Savalgi & Head Department of Agronomy Best poster award in the 55 th Annual Conference of Association of Microbiologists of India, Nov , TNAU, Coimbatore Incentive Award UAS, Dharwad BOS member in Biotechnology Kuvempu University Shankara ghatta Shimoga Incentive Award UAS, Dharwad Dr. R. Basavarajappa., and Head STU University Head Agronomy, UAS, Dharwad Department of Biotechnology Rashtriya Gourav Award Fellow- FABSC FICEE Fellow IFFS Awards 2014 November Association for 2014 Dec-2014 advancement of Biodiversity Science Scientific & Environmental Science WB, Kolkata March Dr. Ramesh Bhat Department of Crop Physiology P. R. Verma Ph. D. Student Competition Award (2015) Indian Society of Mycology and Plant Pathology, Madhurai Dr. R. V. Koti Best Poster Presentation Award Member Board of Examination for Food Science &Technology Member of Doctoral Committee, PG Department of Food Technology National Seminar on Plant Physiology,held at Bhubaneshwar(Orissa) Davanagere University 2014 Since 2012 Kuvempu University, Jnana Sahyadri, Shankaraghatta, Shivamogga Dr. K. N. Pawar Best Poster Presentation Award Zonal Seminar on Plant Physiology held at S. V. College, Tirupati (A.P.)
26 18 Sl. No. Name and Designation of the Teacher/ Scientist Department of Environmental Science Name of the Award/Distinction/ Recognition Awarding institution/ organization Year of Award Date of announce ment of Award 13 Dr. S. K. Gali & University Head Environmentalist of the year-2014 Department of Genetics and Plant Breeding 14 Dr. S. T. Kajjidoni Principal Scientist (Cotton) Department of Plant Pathology Dr. R. B. Ekbote Award Scientific and Environmental Research Institute, Kolkata, West Bengal MACS, Agharkar Research Institute, Pune Dr. V. B. Nargund Prof. Plant Pathology 16 Dr. M. S. Patil Plant Pathology Best Poster Award Best Poster Award Fellow of Indian Phytopathological Society Best Paper Presentation Best paper presentation Poster presentation Best Poster presentation Fellow Award Department of Seed Science and Technology Society for Advancement of Research on pomegranate (SARP) Indian Phytopathological Society, South Zone & UAS, Dharwad Indian Phytopathological Society, New Delhi Acharya N. G. Ranga Agricultural University, RARS, Tirupati ISMMP National symposium, Madurai IPS (SZ) National symposium, Dharwad Indian Phytopathological Society, (FPI)- New Delhi Dr. N. K. Biradarpatil & Head 18 Dr. Ravi Hunje Certificate of Excellence for Best Breeder Seed Production Centre of AICRP- NSP (Crops) DSR, ICAR, MAU do- -do
27 Sl. No. Name and Designation of the Teacher/ Scientist Name of the Award/Distinction/ Recognition Department of Extension and Communication Management 19 Dr. Chhaya Badiger Best paper presentation Department of Food Science and Nutrition 20 Ms. Takhellambam Ranjita Devi and Dr. Pushpa Bharati 21 Dr. Kashibai Khyadagi Associate 22 Dr. Uma Kulkarni SMS (HSc) Charanjit Parmar Distinguished publication award in wild foods rd place in Best Poster Presentation Awarding institution/ organization Society of Extension Education, Agra Sadhna Dr. Y. S. Paramar University of Horticulture and Forestry. Nauni Solan Himachal Pradesh Karnataka Science and Technology Academy Bengaluru and DST, GOK and BLDE, Women University Vijayapur Best publication Sadhna, Dr. Y. S. Parmer University of Horticulture and Forestry, Nauni, Solan, Himachal Pradesh Department of Human Development and Family Studies Year of Award 19 Date of announce ment of Award Dr Pushpa Khadi & Head 24 Dr. Sunanda Itagi Assoc. Member of Board of Studies Member of Board of Studies Best paper award for oral presentation at national seminar on Women in 21 century: working towards empowerment Member of Board of Studies for Department of Human Development Mansagangotri, Mysore University Shri Padmavati Vishwavidyalaya Tirupati Goa College of Home Science and Indian Council of Social Science Research New Delhi Avinashiligam University, Coimbatore Department of Textile and Apparel Designing 25 Dr. Shailaja D. Naik & Dean (HSc) Member, Board of Appointments (UGC Career Advancement Scheme) Bengaluru University, Bengaluru 2014 June 2014
28 Sl. No. Name and Designation of the Teacher/ Scientist 26 Dr. Geeta Mahale Prof and Head 27 Dr. Jyoti V. Vastrad Name of the Award/Distinction/ Recognition Member, Board of Studies in Home Science. (UG &PG) of Karnataka State Universities Member, Board of Studies in Home Science. (UG &PG) in Textile & Clothing First prize for poster presentation on Protective Clothing for Agricultural Labourers Member, Board of Studies, Fashion & Apparel Design, Bengaluru University Member, Editorial Advisory Board, Man- Made Textiles in India (Journal) Department of Forest Biology and Tree Improvement Awarding institution/ organization Year of Award Bengaluru University Avinashilingam Institute for Home Science Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi 20 Date of announce ment of Award Bengaluru University SASMIRA, Mumbai 2015 onwards Jan 2015 onwards 28 Dr. Gurudatt M. Hegde Assistant 29 Sri Shridhar D. Bhat Assistant First prize for Best oral presentation Zeiss Wildlife Conservation Award Department of Forest Products and Utilization 30 Sri. Hanumantha M Assistant Award for Best Forest Law and Models Exhibition in National Kaanoonu Utsava Exhibition at Sirsi from to Department of Silviculture and Agroforestry 31 Dr. Raju L Chavan Assoc. Young Scientist in Agroforestry award 32 Sri Ramesh S. Rathod Assoc. Best Model award on Forest, Wildlife and Biodiversity Conservation Indian Society of Mycology and Plant Pathology, Udaipur Carl Zeiss Foundation Karnataka High Court, Bengaluru and District Law Service, Karwar, Bar Association, Sirsi Astha Foundation, Directorate of Rice Research, Hyderabad District Law Service Authority, Karwar, Taluka Law Service Committee, Sirsi, Bar Association, Sirsi ,
29 Sl. No. Name and Designation of the Teacher/ Scientist Name of the Award/Distinction/ Recognition Department of Natural Resource Managment 33 Dr. A. G. Koppad Prof and Head Selected for incentive award for adhoc project Awarding institution/ organization Year of Award 21 Date of announce ment of Award UAS Dharwad Sri. Girish Shahapurmath Asst. Award of First Prize for Best Poster / Chart presentation on Forest Law and Models in National Kaanoonu Utsava Ehibition Karnataka High Court, Bangaluru and District Law Service, Karwar, Bar Association, Sirsi APPOINTMENTS / PROMOTIONS MADE DURING I. APPOINTMENTS Sl. No. Name Appointed as a. Teaching Staff: 1 Mr. Venkatesh L. Assistant of Agroforestry b. Service Personnel: 1 Mr. Syed Rajesab Setsanadi Driver (LV) 2 Mr. Anand Prabhugouda Patil Driver (LV) 3 Mr. Belleppa Ningappa Indragi Driver (LV) 4 Mr. Girimallappa Kallappa Nidagundi Driver (LV) 5 Mr. Basavaraj Gangappa Chawadal Driver (LV) 6 Mr. Santosh Naik S/o. Lokappa Driver (LV) c. Service Personnel (On Compassionate grounds) : 1 Sri. Veerabhadraiah G. Chikmath Field Assistant 2 Sri. Anandagouda G. Patil Field Assistant 3 Sri. Bapurao S. Dalawai Field Assistant 4 Smt. Priyanka S. Parasannavar Farm Labour 5 Sri. Ismail Mabusab Huggi Farm Labour 6 Sri. Shridhar Narayan Kambar Field Assistant 7 Smt. Shankaravva urf Radha Morab Farm Labour 8 Sri. Ningappa Irappa Turamari Farm Labour
30 II. PROMOTIONS 22 a. Teaching Staff: Sl.No. Name Promoted as Promotion from Assoc. to (AGP Rs to AGP Rs ): 1 Dr. I. M. Mannikeri of Agril. Entomology 2 Dr. H. N. Sattagi of Agril. Entomology 3 Dr. S. S. Chandrashekhar Associate of Seed Technology 4 Dr. P. Jones Nirmalnath of Ag. Microbiology 5 Dr. V. P. Savalagi of Ag. Microbiology 6 Dr. B. L. Patil of Ag. Economics 7 Dr. R. S. Poddar of Ag. Economics 8 Dr. Girish N. Kulkarni of Ag. Economics 9 Dr. R. A. Yeledhalli of Ag. Economics 10 Dr. Vilas S. Kulkarni of Ag. Economics 11 Dr. J. S. Sonnad of Ag. Economics 12 Dr. J. A. Handigol of Ag. Economics 13 Dr. C. M. Nawalagatti of Crop Physiology 14 Dr. U. V. Mummigatti of Crop Physiology 15 Dr. K. N. Pawar of Crop Physiology 16 Dr. M. B. Doddamani of Crop Physiology 17 Dr. V. B. Kuligod of Soil Science 18 Dr. Manjunatha Hebbara of Soil Science 19 Dr. Gopala V. Dasar of Soil Science 20 Dr. K. K. Math of Soil Science 21 Dr. V. S. Kubasad of Agronomy 22 Dr. S. S. Hallikeri of Agronomy 23 Dr. H. T. Chandranath of Agronomy 24 Dr. U. K. Hulihalli of Agronomy 25 Dr. A. K. Guggari of Agronomy 26 Dr. B. N. Aravinda Kumar of Agronomy 27 Dr. F. M. Durgannavar of Agronomy 28 Dr. P. S. Matiwade of Agronomy 29 Dr. Y. R. Aladakatti of Agronomy 30 Dr. Arjun Sharma of Agronomy 31 Dr. (Mrs. ) Ganajaxi Math of Agronomy 32 Dr. S. G. Parameshwarappa of Genetics & Plant Breeding 33 Dr. S. A. Desai of Genetics & Plant Breeding 34 Dr. N. G. Hanamaratti of Genetics & Plant Breeding 35 Dr. G. Shanthakumar of Genetics & Plant Breeding 36 Dr. R. S. Patil of Genetics & Plant Breeding 37 Dr. Sumangala Bhat of Genetics & Plant Breeding 38 Dr. G. M. Sajjanar of Genetics & Plant Breeding 39 Dr. B. R. Patil of Genetics & Plant Breeding 40 Dr. S. K. Deshpande of Genetics & Plant Breeding 41 Dr. S. B. Patil of Genetics & Plant Breeding 42 Dr. Ramesh S. Bhat of Genetics & Plant Breeding 43 Dr. M. S. L. Rao of Plant Pathology
31 Sl.No. Name Promoted as 44 Dr. Shripad Kulkarni of Plant Pathology 45 Dr. Shamarao Jahagirdar of Plant Pathology 46 Dr. B. C. Kamanna of Plant Pathology 47 Dr. V. Suryanarayana of Plant Pathology 48 Dr. M. M. Jamadar of Plant Pathology 49 Dr. S. I. Harlapur of Plant Pathology 50 Dr. Ravikumar M. R of Plant Pathology 51 Dr. S. V. Hiremath of Plant Pathology 52 Dr. K. B. Yadahalli of Plant Pathology 53 Dr. Mahabaleshwar Hegde of Agril. Entomology 54 Dr. S. B. Patil of Agril. Entomology 55 Dr. Javaregowda of Agril. Entomology 56 Dr. C. P. Mallapur of Agril. Entomology 57 Dr. S. S. Udikeri of Agril. Entomology 58 Dr. A. P. Biradar of Agril. Entomology 59 Dr. S. B. Jagginavar of Agril. Entomology 60 Dr. S. N. Jadhav of Agril. Entomology 61 Dr. Manjula N. of Agril. Extension 62 Dr. M. S. Nagaraja of Agril. Extension 63 Dr. S. H. Gotyal of Agril. Extension 64 Dr. S. S. Dolli of Agril. Extension 65 Dr. S. L. Patil of Agril. Extension 66 Dr. D. A. Nithyashree of Agril. Extension 67 Dr. S. B. Patil of Agril. Extension 68 Dr. R. H. Hanumanaikar of Agril. Extension 69 Dr. Ashok S. Sajjan of Seed Sci. & Technology 70 Dr. R. B. Jolli of Seed Sci. & Technology 71 Dr. V. K. Deshpande of Seed Sci. & Technology 72 Dr. J. S. Hilli of Seed Sci. & Technology 73 Dr. Ravindranath Hunge of Seed Sci. & Technology 74 Dr. Ashalatha K. V of Statistics 75 Dr. C. B. Meti of Agril. Engineering 76 Dr. Satish R. Desai of Agril. Engineering 77 Dr. M. S. Shirahatti of Agril. Engineering 78 Dr. Venugopal C. K of Horticulture 79 Dr. G. O. Manjunatha of Horticulture 80 Dr. R. V. Hegde of Horticulture 81 Dr. Satish S. Patil of Horticulture 82 Dr. T. R. Shashidhar of Horticulture 83 Dr. S. G. Angadi of Horticulture 84 Dr. Ramanagouda V. Patil of Horticulture 85 Dr. S. M. Hiremath of Horticulture 86 Dr. J. C. Mathad of Horticulture 87 Dr. Jyoti V. Vastrad of Textile & Apparel Designing 88 Dr. Lata L. Pujar of Human Devt. & Family Studies 89 Dr. Saraswati Hunshal of Human Devt. & Family Studies 90 Dr. Hemalatha S. of Food Science & Nutrition 91 Dr. Sarojani J. Karakannavar of Food Science & Nutrition 23
32 Sl.No. Name Promoted as 92 Dr. Veena S. Jadhav of Family Resource Management 93 Dr. Renuka S. Salunke of Family Resource Management 94 Dr. Geeta Chitagubbi of Family Resource Management 95 Dr. A. G. Koppad of Forest Engineering 96 Dr. R. Vasudeva of Forest Biology 97 Dr. S. G. Rayar of Sericulture 98 Dr. S. S. Chavan of Sericulture 99 Dr. M. A. Hameed of Physical Education 100 Dr. U. C. Muktamath of Physical Education 101 Dr. Ganga V. Yenagi of Psychology 102 Dr. P. Ramana of Chemistry 103 Dr. K. V. Basavakumar of Fisheries 104 Dr. M. D. Marthur of Animal Science Assistant (AGP Rs to AGP Rs. 8000): 1 Dr. S. R. Salakinkop Assistant of Agronomy 2 Dr. Sannapapamma K. J Assistant of Textile &App. Designing 3 Dr. Shakuntala B. Masur Rtd. Asst. of Family Res. Mgmt. 4 Dr. H. Y. Patil Assistant of Agroforestry Assistant (AGP Rs to AGP Rs. 7000): 1 Dr. Vithal Navi Assistant of Agril. Microbiology 2 Dr. Geeta D. Goudar Assistant of Agril. Microbiology 3 Dr. S. S. Gundlur Assistant of Soil Science 4 Dr. T. M. Soumya Assistant of Agronomy 5 Mr. T. T. Bandiwaddar Assistant of Agronomy 6 Dr. P. Ashoka Assistant of Agronomy 7 Smt. Geeta Channal Assistant of Agril. Extension 8 Dr.(Ms.) Surekha K.Sankanagoudar Assistant of Agril. Extension 9 Dr. Suma S. Biradar Assistant of Genetics & Plant Breeding 10 Dr. S. K. Pattanashetti Assistant of Genetics & Plant Breeding 11 Dr. Gopalakrishna Naidu K. Assistant of Genetics & Plant Breeding 12 Mr. Vijayakumar A. G. Assistant of Genetics & Plant Breeding 13 Dr. R. M. Kachapur Assistant of Genetics & Plant Breeding 14 Ms. Anita P. Bhandari Assistant of Genetics & Plant Breeding 15 Dr. Shalini D. Sagar Assistant of Plant Pathology 16 Dr. Venkatesh R. Kulkarni Assistant of Plant Pathology 17 Dr. D. N. Kambrekar Assistant of Agril. Entomology 18 Dr. Roopa S. Patil Assistant of Agril. Entomology 19 Dr. Prema B. Patil Assistant of Human Development 20 Dr. Manjula Patil Assistant of Human Development 21 Mr. Shivakumar S. Inamati Assistant of Agroforestry 22 Mr. Ramesh S. Rathod Assistant of Agroforestry 23 Dr. Kiran K. Mirajkar Assistant of Biochemistry 24 Dr. Anil S. Patil Assistant of Ani. Sci. /Vety. Science 24 a. Supporting Staff 1 Sri. Basavaraj Bijakal Secretary 2 Sri. M. K. Jadhav Superintendent (General) 3 Sri. A. A. Hans Superintendent (General)
33 Sl.No. Name Promoted as 4 Sri. A. M. Biradar Superintendent (General) 5 Sri. P. S. Hundekar Superintendent (Accounts) 6 Sri. Basappa B. Idagal Superintendent (Accounts) 7 Sri. S. B. Ingaleshwar Personal Secretary 8 Sri. Nagaraj M. V Personal Secretary 9 Smt. Jayashree M. Hugar Senior Assistant 10 Sri. S. A. Patil Senior Assistant 11 Sri. G. T. Hiremath Field Assistant 12 Sri. B. S. Paloti Field Assistant 13 Smt. Gangavva G. Savalgi Attender 14 Sri. Revanashiddappa Kalagi Attender 15 Sri. Prakash N. Attender 16 Sri. Muttappa Yaranal Attender 17 Sri. Mahadev Patyal Attender 18 Smt. Manjula M. Doddamani Attender 19 Sri. I. L. Sarawad Senior Lab. Assistant 20 Sri. B. V. Deshpande Senior Lab. Assistant 21 Sri. H. K. Neelaraddi Senior Lab. Assistant 22 Sri. M. B. Patil Senior Lab. Assistant 23 Sri. B. I. Badiger Senior Carpenter 24 Sri. Basappa Walad Senior Animal Attender 25 Sri. M. F. Niranjan Senior Animal Attender 26 Sri. K. H. Kapse Senior Bullockman 27 Sri. Hanumanth V. Pawar Senior Bullockman 28 Sri. I. S. Biradar Senior Bullockman 29 Sri. Annappa M. Aarer Senior Watchman 30 Sri. Vishwanath Hosamani Senior Gardner FACULTY IMPROVEMENT During the period 41 teachers and scientists were deputed abroad for participation in International Symposia/ Seminars/ Workshops/ Training, etc., held in different countries. In addition to that large number of Teachers/Scientists were also deputed to attend seminar/symposia workshop and training programme within India. Two teachers have been granted deputation for prosecuting Ph. D. programme for 3 Semesters (sandwitch programme) outside the UAS Dharwad and for prosecuting Ph. D. programme for 3 Semesters within the UAS, Dharwad. One teacher has been sanctioned study leave for prosecuting Ph. D programme abroad.
34 1.6. Participation of scientists in national/international seminars/symposia / trainings / workshop / summer / winter / refresher courses held at organizations other than UAS, Dharwad Sl. No. Name of the event AGRIBUSINESS MANAGEMENT 1 Training Programme on Advanced Analytical tools for Social Sciences 2 22 nd Annual AERA Conference on Leveraging Institutional Innovations for Agricultural Development AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 3 Monitoring & Evaluation of Agril. Research, Education and Extension for Development [AREE4D] Date, venue and organizers Sept., 2014 NAARM Rajendranagar, Hyderabad Dr. A. Dhandapani, Principal Scientist, NAARM, Hyderabad Nov., 2014, UAS, Raichur ISEC, Bengaluru 4 Reflections on Union Budget CMDR, Dharwad 5 Indian Economy-Opportunities and Challenges Sept., 2014 Women s College, Dharwad 6 Chairman in the National Seminar on Contemporary Issues in Indian Agriculture: Chadachan Challenges, Opportunities and Strategies 7 Key note speaker in the National Seminar on Rural Credit and Inclusive Growth 8 Brain storming session on Researchable Issues in Agricultural Economics Bailhongal 26 Name & designation of the scientist Dr. N. M. Kerur Associate Dr. J. S. Sonnad and Dr. A. D. Naik Assoc. Dr. S. B. Hosamani Prof & Head th Agricultural Science Congress & ASC India EXPO on Sustainable Livelihood Security for Smallholder Farmers Feb., 2015 Karnal, Chandigarh 11 Workshop on export potential of chillies APMC, Kundgol 12 Annual Conference of the Agricultural Nov., 2014 Economics Research Association Raichur 13 National Conference on Agricultural Crisis in India: Issues and Challenges Oct., 2014 Rani Channamma University, Belgaum -do- -do- -do- -do- Dr. N. R. Mamle Desai Head, ABEKC Dr. V. R. Kiresur Prof & Head Dr. S. M. Mundinamani ISEC Bengaluru 9 22 nd Annual Conference of AERA Nov., 2014 Raichur -do- -do- -do-
35 Sl. No. Name of the event 14 Brain Storming session on monitoring and evaluation, research and extension for development 15 National Seminar on Indian Economy: Opportunities and Challenges Date, venue and organizers ISEC, Bengaluru Women s College Dharwad Jan., 2014 UAS, Dharwad 16 National Seminar on Climate Change and Agrarian Economy An Indian Perspective 17 IPNI Research Co-operators Meet Sept., 2014 UAS, Dharwad 18 National Seminar on Higher Education in India: Challenges of Expansion, Equity and Karnatak University, Excellence Dharwad 27 Name & designation of the scientist Dr. R. S. Poddar Head PPMC 19 National Conference on Horticulture Industry in India With special Reference to Karnataka: Challenges and Opportunities Feb., 2014 Vijaypur Dr. Mahantesh. Y. Teggi. Asst. Prof (SG) 20 Workshop on Intellectual Property Rights Vijaypur -do- 21 National Conference on Agricultural Crisis in India: Issues and Challenges 22 Annual Conference of the Agricultural Economics Research Association 23 National Seminar on climate change and Agrarian Economy an Indian perspective 24 National Conference on Horticulture Industry in India With special Reference to Karnataka: Challenges and Opportunities 25 National Workshop on Examination Reforms in Higher Education AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 26 Short course on Wetlands for Water Treatment and Resource Recovery -do- -do- -do- -do Oct., do- Rani Channamma University, Belgaum Nov., 2014 Raichur -do Vijaypur Dr. M. T. Sharma Sr. Farm Superident Feb., 2014 Vijaypur Dr. Mahantesh Nayak Assoc. Prof May, 2014 Bilaspur -do- 4-8 Aug., 2014 ICRISAT, Hyderabad Dr. M. V. Manjunatha 27 National meet on Modernization of Jaggery industries in India 28 Brain storming meeting on Constraints in up scaling of dry land technologies 29 Stake holder meet on up scaling of dry land technologies Nov., 2014 IISRL, Luknow at Luknow, Dr. S. R. Desai CRIDA, Hyderabad at Hyderabad on , UAS, Bangalore at Bangalore on Dr. M. S. Shirahatti -do-
36 Sl. No. Name of the event 30 India Water Week Event: Hamara Jal, Hamara Jeevan 31 Workshop on Career Opportunities in Geography, Geographical Information system and Skill development 32 International seminar Climate Change and Food Security the Global and Indian Contexts 33 Workshop on Micro irrigation the way forward Date, venue and organizers Dept. of Rural Water Supply, Govt. of Karnataka and District Administration, ZP Hall, Vijaypur. on M. M. Arts and Science College Sirsi, at Sirsi on ISEC, Bangalore at Bangalore on Dept. of Agriculture and Dept. of Water Resources, GOK, Bangalore on AGRICULTURAL ENTOMOLOGY 34 Pest Surveillance 9-16 Oct., 2014, National Institute of plant health management (NIPHM), Hyderabad 35 Integration between research, extension and applied agriculture 36 Sensitization training programme of technology management in Agriculture for KVK professionals 37 Orientation training on integrated pest management to CINADCO-Centre of International Co-operation and Development, Israel, Dr. Galit Aber CINADCO- Israel & MASHAV-Israel s agency for international Agriculture and Co-operation, Ministry of foreign affairs, Israel Jun., 2014, NAARM, Hyderabad Jul., 2014, NCIPM New Delhi & ZPD Bengaluru 28 Name & designation of the scientist Dr. S. S. Shirahatti Dr. A. G. Koppad Dr. M. V. Manjunatha Dr. A. P. Biradar of Entomology Dr. D. N. Kambrekar Assistant -do- Dr. Roopa Patil Subject Matter Specialist -do- 38 VII International Workshop on Management of Diamond Back Moth and other Crucifers Insect Pests Mar., 2015, UAS, Bengaluru, AVRDC, The world vegetable centre, Taiwan, UAS, Bengaluru and Cornell University, New York, USA Dr. Patil, R. H. Principal Scientist
37 Sl. No. Name of the event 39 National Seminar on Strategic Interventions to Enhance Oilseeds Production in India 40 National Seminar on Climate Change and Agrarian Economy: An Indian Perspective Date, venue and organizers Feb., 2015, Bharatpur, Rajasthan, ICAR, Indian Society of Oilseeds Research, Hyderabad and Directorate of Rape Seed Mustard Research, Bharatpur, Rajasthan Jan., 2015, Indian Society of Agricultural Economics, Mumbai 29 Name & designation of the scientist Dr. Patil, R. H. Principal Scientist Dr. P. S. Hugar 41 Reverting to Trimester System of Education in Agriculture , Karnataka Higher Education council Bengaluru 42 National seminar on Organic farming 3-4 Feb., 2014, National institute of Science Bangalore 43 Guest lecture on Organic Farming to Goa organic farmers 44 Guest lecture on Use of Biopesticides to students and farmers AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION EDUCATION 45 Training programme on Advanced Analytical Tools for Social Sciences AGRONOMY th Annual Group Meeting of AICMIP Workshop 47 National Workshop on 44 th Annual Sorghum Group Meeting , Visit to ICAR Goa complex , Visit to mysore University Sept., 2014 NAARM, Hyderabad Apr., 2014, at MPUAT, Udiapur, Rastan sponsored by ICAR Apr., 2014 at TNAU, Coimbatore & ICAR, New Delhi , JDA Office 48 Belgavi district level kharif Bhoo Chetan Workshop and training on climate change Belgavi, KSDA 49 Annual review workshop of KVK 5-8 May, 2014 CMFRI, Cochi, Kerala 50 MULLaRP Annual Workshop May, 2014 CCSHAU, Hisar, Haryana 51 Annual workshop of Groundnut Researchers May, 2014, Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, Coimbatore and Directorate of Groundnut Research, Junagadh(ICAR) Gujarat Dr. R. K. Patil -do- -do- Dr. A. Bheemappa Dr. S. S. Hallikeri Dr. V. S. Kubsad Principal Scientist Dr. P. S. Matiwade Dr. P S Pattar Programme Coordinator Dr. (Mrs) Ganajaxi Math, Dr. B. S. Yenagi Assistant Agronomist
38 Sl. No. Name of the event Date, venue and organizers 52 Annual workshop of water for crops project May, 2014, Bengaluru Sponsored by ICRISAT Hyderabad and DBT, New Delhi 53 International training in water for crops project a) July, 2014, CEH, 54 International Seminar for enhancing wheat and barley production with special emphasis on nutritional security Wallingford, UK Aug., 2014, JNKVV, Jabalpur (MP), DWR, Karnal, Haryana 55 VII Group Meeting of AINP on Tobacco Sept., 2014, Director, CTRI, Rajahmundary (A.P.) th Rabi/Summer Crop Planning and Progress Review Workshop i. e.,rabi Campaign , District Agriculture Training Centre Dharwad. Karnataka State Department of Agriculture Dharwad 57 International Plant Science 3-5 Nov., 2014 Secretary, IPSC-Nepal 58 National symposium on Agricultural Diversification for Sustainable Livelihood and Environmental Security 59 Agronomist meet: Farmers perception on climate change & farming system success stories held at Modipuram, Meerut, Nov., 2014 at Punjab Agril. University, Ludhiana & Indian Society of Agronomy, IARI, New Delhi Nov., 2014 ICAR-Indian Institute of Farming Systems Research Modipuram, Meerut 30 Name & designation of the scientist Dr. S. S. Angadi, of Agronomy Dr. T. Sudha Agronomist Dr. P. S. Matiwade Dr. B. S. YENAGI Assistant Agronomist Dr. R. Basavarajappa and Head Dr. V. S. Kubsad Principal Scientist Dr. S. M. Hiremath Principal Scientist 60 Biennial workshop held at TNAU, Coimbatore Dec., 2014 ICAR-Indian Institute of Farming Systems Research Modipuram, Meerut 61 XXIV Biennial workshop of All India Coordinated Research Project for Dryland Agriculture Dec., 2014 AICRP for Dryland Agriculture centre, RVSKVV Indore (MP) Project Co-ordinator (Dryland Research), Central Research Institute for Dryland Agriculture Hyderbad -do- -do- Mr. V. S. Surakod Agronomist
39 Sl. No. Name of the event 62 National Conference on Frontiers in Agrochemicals and Pest Management (FAPM-2015) 63 In service Capacity Building for Agrometeorologists of AICRPAM 64 Meeting for establishment of new AICRP for Dryland Agriculture centre at UAS, Raichur 65 Belgavi district level Bimonthly Workshop (Summer) Date, venue and organizers Jan., 2015, Department of Agrochemicals and Pest Management, Shivaji University, Kolhapur (M.H.) 3-12 Feb., 2015 Project Coordinator, AICRP on Agrometeorology, CRIDA, Hyderabad , UAS, Raichur Project Co-ordinator (Dryland Research), Central Research Institute for Dryland Agriculture Hyderbad , JDA Office, Belgavi, KSDA 31 Name & designation of the scientist Dr. P. S. Matiwade Dr. H. Venkatesh Agrometeorologist Mr. V. S. Surakod Agronomist Dr. P. S. Matiwade AGRICULTURAL MICROBIOLOGY 66 National Seminar on Microbes in the Present Scenario 67 National seminar on Decentalized Biogas digestors and their slurry management 68 National Conference on Emerging trends in Agrinanotechnology Feb 28-1 Mar., 2014 at Dept. of Microbiology, PG center, Mangalore University, Kushalnagar Nov., 2014, at Dept. of Biotechnology, BITS, Pilani, Goa Campus Mar., 2015, at ANG Ranga Agril. Univeristy, Tirupathi th Annual Conference of AMI Nov., 2014, at TNAU, Coimbatore AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 70 IPNI Research Co operator s Meet Sept., 2014, UAS, Dharwad. IPNI 71 Impact of Capacity building programs under NAIP 72 International Conference on Mathematics, Statistics and its Applications (ICMSA2014), Malaysia 6-7 Jun., 2014, ICAR and International Food Policy Research Institute, New Delhi Oct., 2014 University of Malaysia, Terengganu Dr. M.N. Sreenivasa Dr. Geeta Shirnalli Dr. V P Savalgi Dr. Geeta Shirnalli Dr. A. R. S. Bhat Dr. Asha latha K V -do-
40 Sl. No. Name of the event ANIMAL SCIENCE AND VETERINARY SCIENCE th Annual Congress and Indian Society for Veterinary Surgery International Symposium 74 Career advancement faculty training program (CAFT) on imaging Date, venue and organizers Oct., 2014 Dr t. K. Ghlot, Dept. of Veterinary Surgery and Radiology, College of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, BIKANER, RAJASTAN, 5-25 Nov., Dept. of Clinical Medicine & Therap. Tamil Nadu Veterinary & Animal Sciences University, Madhavaram, Chennai- Tamilnadu. India 75 National seminar on Sustainable Livelihood Jan., 2015 at Jammu BIOCHEMISTRY 76 Karnataka state level Biofuel Experts Meet , Haalkere Hanagal shri Kumaareshwara Math, Haalkere, Ron Taluk, Gadag District 77 Karnataka state level Biofuel Information and Demonstration Centers Coordinators workshop 78 Karnataka state level Workshoop for staff of Biofuel Information and Demonstration Centers 79 Karnataka state level Biofuel stake Holders Meet 80 National Seminar on Climate change and its impact on Biodiversity 81 National Conference on Biofuels- Scaling Up Production and Prospects BIOTECHNOLOGY 82 5th International Conference on Next Generation Genomics and Integrated Breeding for Crop Improvement , Bengaluru Karnataka state Biofuel development Board (KBDB), Dec., 2014, Raichur. UAS, Raichur and KSCST, Bengaluru , Bengaluru Karnataka state Biofuel development Board (KBDB), Bengaluru Jan., 2015, Belagavi Raja Lakmangowda Science Institute, Belagavi Mar., 2015, Bengaluru Karnataka state Biofuel development Board (KBDB), Bengaluru Feb., 2015 ICRISAT, Hyderabad 32 Name & designation of the scientist Dr. Anil S. Patil Asst. Prof. & Head Dr. K. V. Basavakumar Dr. P. Ramana -do- -do- -do- -do- -do- -do- Dr. Ramesh Bhat
41 Sl. No. Name of the event Date, venue and organizers 83 Stress Tolerant Rice for Africa & South Asia May, 2014, NASC,New Delhi CROP PHYSIOLOGY 84 National Seminar on Plant Physiology Nov., 2014, OUAT,Bhubaneshwar (Orissa) 85 Zonal Seminar on Plant Physiology , S. V. College, Tirupati (Andra Pradesh) 33 Name & designation of the scientist Dr. Prashanthi S. K Associate 86 Evaluation of transgenic crop plants for drought tolerance ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE 87 International Conference on Environment and Ecology 88 Training Programme on EIA: from screening to decision making 6-11 Oct., 2014 held at Department of Crop Physiology,GKVK,UAS, Bangalore Science city Kolkata, West Bengal during 2-3 Mar., 2015 and presented paper. Centre for Science and Environment, New Delhi from Aug., 2014 Dr. U. V. Mummigatti Dr. S. K. Gali Prof and University Head Dr M. B. Doddamani Prof and Head 89 National Conference of Plant Physiology from Oct., 2014 at Bhubaneswar, Orissa Dr. B. B. Channappagoudar Dr. R. V. Koti Dr.C.M.Nawalagat ti Dr. K. N. Pawar -do- -do- GENETICS AND PLANT BREEDING 90 5 th International Conference on Next Generation Genomics and Integrated Breeding for Crop Improvement 91 Integrated Breeding Multi-Year Course (IB- MYC) Year Feb., 2015 at ICRISAT Campus, Patancheru Hyderabad, Dr. Rajeev Varshney, ICRISAT, Hyderabad Sept., 2014 Zaragoza, Spain Dr. Diop Ndeye Ndack Generation Challenge Programme, CIMMYT Mexico Dr. H. L. Nadaf Principal Scientist -do-
42 Sl. No. Name of the event 92 National Seminar on Productivity Issues in pulses Milling Future Needs and Challenges 93 Integrated Breeding- Multi-Year course (IB-myc) year 3 94 Review Meeting of the NFSM funded project on Developing chickpea cultivars suited to mechanical harvesting and resistant to herbicides 95 A 2-Day Workshop on Complaint Management in Seed Business 96 Refresher course on Issues related to biodiversity, PVP and IPR vis-à-vis agriculture & seed industry Date, venue and organizers National productivity council, New Delhi Sept., 2014 Dr. N N Diop GCP & Dr. Ignacio Ramagosa, CIHEAM Zaragoza RAU, Durgapura, ICRISAT & RAU, Durgapura Jan., 2015 Hubli, Karnataka State Dept. of Agriculture & Connect India Ltd. 2-4 Aug., 2014 at DSR Hyderabad DSR, Hyderabad 34 Name & designation of the scientist Kamannavar P. Y. Sr. Scientist Vijayakumar A G Plant Breeder Dr. M. C. Wali Dr. G. M. Sajjanar Principal Scientist 97 Rabi Campaign 2014 meeting at DTC, Dharwad Dept. of Agriculture, Govt. of Karnataka 98 Refresher Course on Issues related to biodiversity, PVP and IPR vis-à-vis agriculture & seed industry 2-4 Aug., 2014 DSR, Hyderabad 99 Training programme on maintenance breeding Sept., 2014 Nodal officer, IARI, Regional Station, Karnal, Haryana. -do- -do- Dr. Chandrakant D. Soregaon Asst. Breeder -do- 100 Training programme on maintenance breeding at Karnal (Haryana) 101 National Symposium on Crop improvement on Inclusive sustainable development Jul., 2014 KARNAL DSR, Mau & IARI Regional centre, Karnal Nov., 2014 Crop Improvement Society, Indian Maize Association and Indian Society of Genetics & Plant Breeding PAU,Ludhiana Dr. R.M. Kachapur Asst. Maize Breeder Dr. R.M. Kachapur Asst. Maize Breeder Dr. S. G. Parameshwarappa
43 Sl. No. Name of the event 102 National seminar on Technologies for Enhancing Oil seeds production through NMOOP 103 Professional Development Program for Technology managers th International conference on Next generation genomics and Integrated breeding for crop improvement, 105 XII the conference of society of Cytologists and Geneticists and National symposium on Challenges for Biologists in 21 st century 106 Management development programme on Biotechnology and IPR Date, venue and organizers Jan., 2015, IIOR, Hyderabad DG, DARE, ICAR New Delhi and Director, IIOR, Hyderabad Aug., 2014, Hyderabad India Dr K. Vijayraghavan Society for Technology Management Feb., 2015 ICRISAT, Hyderabad India Dr Rajeev Varshney, ICRISAT Dec., 2014, Shivaji University Kolhapur N. B. Gaikwad, Shvaji Univeristy Kolhapure Jun., 2014, NAARM, Hyderabad Director, NAARM PLANT PATHOLOGY 107 Faculty exchange programme 14th July to 15th August, 2014, Cornell University, USA 108 Training on Food and Agri-business management 109 Annual Conference of American Phytopathological Society 110 Pathogenomics for Daignosisi and Management of Plant Diseases Jul., 2014, Cornell University, USA Aug., 2014, American Phytopathological Society, Mineapolis, USA Oct., 2013 Central Tuber Crops Research Institute & Indian Phytopathological Society, South Zone th Banglore India Nano Event Dec., 2014 Banglore Banglore the Nano Hub of India, IISC, Bangalore 112 India US collaborative workshop on Innovatiove Industry drives Systems outcomes and lessons learned , New Delhi, Cornell University, USA & Sathguru Management Consultants, Hyderabad 35 Name & designation of the scientist Dr. S. G. Parameshwarappa Dr B. R. Patil Dr. V. B. Nargund -do- -do- -do- -do- -do- -do- -do- -do-
44 Sl. No. Name of the event Date, venue and organizers 113 IPS Annual Meet Mar., 2015 Kozhikode(Calicut) Kerala Indian Phytopathological Society, New Delhi & Indian Institute of Spices Research, Kozikode(Calicut), Kerala 114 Emerging trends in agrinanotechnology (Agrinano-2015) 115 Attending Editorial Board and Executive Committee meeting Plus, 35 th Annual conference and symposium of forth-coming ISMPP th Annual conference and National Symposium of ISMPP, Udaipur, Rajasthan HORTICULTURE 117 Annual Workshop of National Horticulture Mission Programmes Mar., 2015, Tirupati Acharya N. G. Ranga Agricultural University, RARS, Tirupati National Consultation on Up-scaling DAESI Programme Jan., 2014 ISMPP, Udaipur, Rajastan at PDKV, Akola, Maharatra Feb., 2015, At TNAU, Madurai Tamilnadu June, 2014 Kerala Agriculture University, Thrissur 118 National Workshop on Onion & Garlic 6-7 Feb., 2014 held at Davangere SEED SCICENCE AND TECHNOLOGY th Kannada Vignan Sammelan Sept., 2013 at UHS, Bagalkot Swadesh Vigyan Andolan, Karnataka 120 Workshop on Indo American Hybrid Seeds ISTA Seed Laboratory, Bengaluru 121 Indo American Hybrid Seeds ISTA Seed Laboratory, Bengaluru Nov., 2014, ISTA Wrokshop on vigour held at Bengaluru Nov., 2014 ISTA Wrokshop on seed sampling and quality assurance in seed sampling held at Bengaluru 36 Name & designation of the scientist -do- -do- Dr. M. S. Patil Dr. R. V. Hegde Dr. P. R. Dharmatti Dr. V. K. Deshpande Dr. N. K. Biradarpatil Prof. & Head Dr. S. S. Chandrashekhar Assoc.
45 Sl. No. Name of the event 122 Workshop on Innovative Industry driven curriculum. Obama-Singh 21 st Century knowledge Initiative, 123 Workshop on Innovative Industry driven curriculum. Obama-Singh 21 st Century knowledge Initiative 124 Agricultural innovation partnerships Innovations in Agricultural Education and extension 125 Agricultural innovation partnership Innovations in Agricultural education and extension 126 Crop Seeds Technology International Training Course 127 Training cum Workshop on the On farm saved seed storage with the help of Desiccants Date, venue and organizers , at New Delhi Jointly organized by Cornell University, Newyork and Sathguru Cornell Hyderabad , at New Delhi Jointly organized by Cornell University, Newyork and Sathguru Cornell Hyderabad Jan., 2015 at New Delhi Jointly organized by Cornell University, Newyork and Sathguru Cornell Hyderabad Jan., 2015, at New Delhi Jointly organized by Cornell University, Newyork and Sathguru Cornell Hyderabad to Wuhan, Hubei, China Dec., 2014 Bioversity International at New Delhi 37 Name & designation of the scientist Dr. N. K. Biradarpatil Prof. & Head Dr. V. K. Deshpande Dr. N. K. Biradarpatil Prof. & Head Dr. V. K. Deshpande Dr. A. S. Sajjan Dr. Hilli J S. and Head SOIL SCIENCE AND AGRICULTURAL CHEMISTRY 128 Climate change & agrarian Economy an Indian Perspective Jan., 2015 UAS, Dharwad and IPI EXTENSION AND COMMUNICATION MANAGEMENT 129 Winter School on Advances in Social Science Research Methodologies th National Extension Education Congress- Translation Research Extension for Sustainable Small Farm Development 2-22 Sept, 2014 AC Vijayapur, in Collaboration with UASD and ICAR, New Delhi 8-11 Nov., 2014, Umiam, Meghalaya. Society of Extension Education, Agra Dr. N. S. Hebsur Dr. Surekha Sankangoudar Assistant Dr. Chhaya Badiger Dr. Shobha Nagnur Prof. & Head Dr. D. A. Nithya Shree
46 Sl. No. Name of the event 131 Regional workshop on training need assessment of clientele states to prepare annual training calendar for Date, venue and organizers Mar., 2015, EEI, Hyderabad. FAMILY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT 132 AICRP-FRM Unit meeting 5-7 Aug., 2014 DRWA, Bhubaneshwar 133 National Training programme on Entrepreneurship Development & Management for Women Scientist and Technologists FOOD SCIENCE AND NUTRITION 134 One day brain storming on Food to Food Fortification for Addressal of Micronutrient Deficiencies sponsored by DBT th Indian Horticulture Congress 2014 an International meet -Horticulture for Inclusive growth 136 National Conference on Woman in the 21 st century working towards empowerment th Annual National Conference of Nutrition society of India 138 National Conference on post harvest management and processing of potato for increasing food security organized by UHS, Bagalkot 139 Global Food and Agribusiness Management Program- Strategic Leadership for Emerging Markets 2-6 Feb., 2015 Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India, Ahmedabad 9 Sept., 2014 CFTRI, Mysore 6-9 Nov., 2014 TNAU Coimbatore Feb., 2015 Goa College of Home Science Goa 6-8 Nov., 2014 Dayananda medical college and hospital Ludhiana (3 days), Sept., 2014 UAS,Dharwad July 23-31, 2014 Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, USA 38 Name & designation of the scientist Dr. Uma S. Hiremath Dr. Renuka S. Salunke Dr. Geeta Chitagubbi Dr. Suma Hasalkar & University Head Dr. Veena S Jadhav Prof. and Head Dr. Usha Malagi & Head Dr Pushpa Bharti Dr. Hemalatha, S. 140 Curriculum Development in Food Science and Technology th National Women Science Congress.,Swadeshi Vigyana Andolana-Karnataka.,held at KSWU, Vijayapur July 14 to August 15, 2014 Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, USA 7-9 Nov., 2014 Swadeshi vijyana Andolana, Bagalore Dr. Nirmala Yenagi -do- -do- -do- Dr. Kashibai Khyadagi Associate
47 Sl. No. Name of the event 142 KSTA Conference on Science and Technology for Food and Nutrition 143 National Conference on post harvest management and processing of potato for increasing food security organized by UHS, Bagalkot 144 Development of Business Models for Women Entrepreneurs in Rural Communities Date, venue and organizers Feb., 2015 BLDE, Vijayapur KSTA, DST, GOK, Banglore and BLDE university, Vijayapur (3 days), Sept., 2014 UAS,Dharwad Tehran, IR Iran 145 Agri Summit- Workshop & National Expo Belagavi Exhibition Complex HUMAN DEVELOPMENT AND FAMILY STUDIES 146 Advances in management of children with learning disabilities 27 Oct., 2014 to 5 Nov., 2014 College of Home Science, PAU, Ludhiana 147 XXI Biennial Workshop of Home Science Feb., 2015 PJTSAU, Hyderabad 39 Name & designation of the scientist -do- Dr. Uma Kulkarni SMS (HSc) Dr. Saraswati Hunshal Dr. Lata Pujar Dr. Saraswati Hunshal 148 Orientation Programme on mandated activities of KVK 149 International training on Integration between Research, Extension and Applied Agriculture 150 National conference on Women in 21 century: working towards empowerment 3-6 Dec., 2014, Bangalore Dr. Prema Patil SMS-Home Science 26 Jan., 2015 to 10 Feb., 2015 Shefayuam, Israel. CINADCO Feb., 2015 Entertainment Goa Society, Dr. Lata Pujar Dr. Sunanda Itagi Assoc. 151 Agro-Vision, Auto Nagar, Belgaum Agro-Vision TEXTILE AND APPAREL DESIGNING 152 Open Access on Agricultural Knowledge for Inclusive Growth and Development Oct., 2014 NAARM Hyderabad 153 Protection of Women at Work Place Agriculture College, Vijayapura Dr. Lata Pujar Dr. Shailaja D. Naik, and Dean (HSc) Dr. Sarojani J Karakannavar Programme Coordinator -do- -do-
48 Sl. No. Name of the event 154 Training Programme on Advances in Textile Characterization 155 International Conference on Technical Textiles and Nonwovens National Seminar on Impact of Research and Development in Biotechnology for Sustainable Textile Production 157 XXI Biennial Workshop of AICRP Home Science 158 National Workshop on Examination Reforms in Higher Education 159 Training in Chemical Processing on Recent Advances in Eco-friendly Textile Wet processing 160 Training in Chemical Processing on Recent Advances in Eco-friendly Textile Wet processing Date, venue and organizers Mar., 2015 CIRCOT Mumbai 6-8 Nov., 2014 IIT, Delhi 40 Name & designation of the scientist Dr. Shilaja D. Naik Dean (RHSc) Dr. Jyoti V. Vastrad Dec., do- Department of Textile Technology and Biotechnology, KSRCT, Tiruchengode, Tamil Nadu Feb., do- PJTSAU Hyderabad May, 2014 Dr. Sadhana. D. Kulloli Associate Oct., 2014 Dr. Sannapapamma K. J Assistant 161 Participated in Agri unifest , held at Karnal as a team manager Mar., 2015, NDRI, Karnal FORESTRY FOREST BIOLOGY AND TREE IMPROVEMENT 162 National symposium on Challenges and Feb., 2015 Management Approaches for the crop Madhurai, T. N. Indian diseases of National importance Status and Society of Mycology and Prospectus Plant Pathology & TNAU 163 Current trends in Forestry research Feb., 2015 COF Ponnampet, Kodagu COF Ponnampet 164 World Forestry Congress 5-11 Oct., 2014 Salt Lake City, Utah state, USA IUFRO 165 Regional Workshop on "Conservation and Sustainable Use of Cultivated and Wild Tropical Fruit Diversity: Promoting Sustainable Livelihoods, Food Security and Ecosystem Services (UNEP/GEF)" Nov., 2014 Malaysia, UNEP / GEF, Bioversity International Oct., do- -do- Dr. Gurudatt M. Hegde Asst. Dr. Shivanna Dr R. Vasudeva Dr V. Suryanarayana Dr. Shivanna Dr. R. Vasudeva
49 Sl. No. Name of the event 166 The 29 th International Horticultural Congress 2014, 167 National Seminar on : Conservation of Biodiversity Date, venue and organizers Aug., 2014 organized by the International Horticultural Society at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, Brisbane, Australia, : Organized by K. A. Lokapur college, Athani FOREST PRODUCTS AND UTILIZATION th Global congress of Spiritual Scientists Oct., 2014 Bengaluru Indian Federation of Spiritual Scientists 169 Recent trends in Forestry Research Feb., 2015 Ponnampet Karnataka Science and Technology Academy, Bengaluru 170 Karnataka state level Biofuel Experts Meet , Haalkere Hanagal shri Kumaareshwara Math, Haalkere, Ron Taluk, 171 Karnataka state level Biofuel Information and Demonstration Centers Coordinators workshop 172 Karnataka state level Workshop for staff of Biofuel Information and Demonstration Centers 173 Karnataka state level Biofuel stake Holders Meet 174 National Seminar on Climate change and its impact on Biodiversity Gadag District , Bengaluru Karnataka state Biofuel development Board (KBDB), Bengaluru Dec., 2014, Raichur UAS, Raichur and KSCST, Bengaluru , Bengaluru Karnataka state Biofuel development Board (KBDB), Bengaluru Jan., 2015, Belagavi Raja Lakmangowda Science Institute, Belagavi 41 Sri. Shridhar D. Bhat Asst. Dr. G. O. Manjunatha and Head Dr. G. O. Manjunatha and Head Dr. P. Ramana 175 National Conference on Biofuels- Scaling Up Production and Prospects Mar., 2015, Bengaluru Karnataka state Biofuel development Board (KBDB), Bengaluru Name & designation of the scientist -do- -do- -do- -do- -do- -do-
50 Sl. No. Name of the event Date, venue and organizers 176 National Conference on Kaanoonu Utsava to Sirsi Karnataka High Court, Bangaluru and District Law Service, Karwar, Bar Association, Sirsi 177 National Conference of Eco-restoration of Derelict Mined Lands 5-6 Sept., 2014 K. L. E.,Society s Jagadguru Tontadarya College, Gadag 42 Name & designation of the scientist Sri. Hanumantha, M Assistant -do Participation of scientists in National/international seminars/symposia/ trainings/ workshop/ summer/ winter/ refresher courses held at organizations within UAS, Dharwad Sl. No. Name of the event AGRIBUSINESS MANAGEMENT 1 National Seminar on Climate Change and Agrarian Economy An Indian Perspective 2 One day Seminar on Reverting to trimester system of education in agriculture Date, venue, Organizer/ course Director and Organizing/ sponsoring institute Jan., 15, UAS, Dharwad. Dr. H. Basavaraj,, Agricultural Economics, UAS, Dharwad UAS, Dharwad & Karnataka Higher Education Council Name & designation of the scientist Dr. S. B. Mahajanashetti & Head Dr. B. Banakar, Dr. B. K. Naik, Dr. Vilas Kulkarni, Dr. J. S. Sonnad, Dr. C. Murthy, Assoc. Prof. Dr. A. D. Naik, Assoc. Prof. Dr. N. M. Kerur, Assoc. Prof. Dr. S. B. Mahajanashetti & Head Dr. N. M. Kerur, Assoc. Prof. AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 3 Winter School on 2-22 Sept., 2014 Vijaypur Dr. Mahantesh. Y. Teggi. Advances in Social Asst. Prof (SG) Science Research Dr. Mahantesh Nayak. Methodologies Assoc. Prof AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 4 Seminar on Reverting to UAS, Dharwad at Dr. M. V. Manjunatha, trimester system of Dharwad Dr. S. S. Shirahatti, education in Agriculture Dr. S. R. Desai, Dr. A. G. Koppad, Dr. C. B. Meti, Dr. B. Anuraja,
51 Sl. No. Name of the event 5 National Seminar on Climate Change and Agrarian Economy An Indian Perspectives AGRICULTURAL ENTOMOLOGY 6 National seminar on Climate change and Agrarian Economy- An Indian perspective 7 Awareness programme on Biodiversity Act Date, venue, Organizer/ course Director and Organizing/ sponsoring institute From Jan., 2015 UAS, Dharwad at Dharwad Jan., 2015 UAS, Dahrwad, Dr. H. Basavaraj and Head Department of Agril. Economics, UAS, Dharwad , KBB, Bangalore UAS, Dharwad Name & designation of the scientist Dr. S. R. Desai, Dr. C. B. Meti, Dr. B. Anuraja, Dr. D. N. Kambrekar Assistant Dr. Javaregowda 43 8 Scientific Lac cultivation on Flemingia semialata , Lac cultivation, KVK, Dharwad -do- 9 Use of plant protection chemicals in agriculture and their management 10 Foundation Training to Field level and Extension Officers of Karnataka State Department of Agriculture 11 Foundation Training to Field level Extension Officers of Karnataka State Department of Agriculture 12 Foundation Training to Field level Extension Officers of Karnataka State Department of Agriculture 13 Foundation Training to Field level Extension Officers of Karnataka State Department of Agriculture 14 Training to the NOGs as trainer 15 Foundation Training to Field level Extension Officers of Karnataka State Department of Agriculture , DE office, Directorate of Extension, UAS, Dharwad , DE office for haveri and Karvar districts, Directorate of Extension, UAS, Dharwad , Directorate of Extension, UAS, Dharwad , Directorate of Extension, UAS, Dharwad , Directorate of Extension, UAS, Dharwad , Directorate of Extension, UAS, Dharwad , Directorate of Extension, UAS, Dharwad Dr. R. K. Patil -do- -do- -do- -do- -do- -do-
52 Sl. No. Name of the event 16 Attended Video conference on organic farming Date, venue, Organizer/ course Director and Organizing/ sponsoring institute , Directorate of Extension, UAS, Dharwad Name & designation of the scientist Dr. R. K. Patil AGRONOMY 20 International course on Culture of sugar beet 21 International Plant Nutrition Institute(IPNI) Research Cooperator s Meet An intensive course on the culture of Sugar Beet 23 One-day Workshop on Access and Benefit Sharing Provisions of Bio-resources in Research 24 Sexual harassment of women in workplace 25 National symposium on : plant diseases: New perspectives and innovatrice management 26 Training on Drought management in Agriculture and allied sectors 27 Discussion between progressive farmers and agricultural scientists , UAS, Dharwad, Organised by SES Vanderhave, Belgium, Sept., 2014 UAS, Dharwad. International Plant Nutrition Institute(IPNI) & UAS, Dharwad Sept., 2014 Dept. of Agronomy, Agriculture College, Dharwad. SESV VanderHave, International Sugar Beet Seed Producer, Belgium , UAS, Dharwad. Karnataka Biodiversity Board UNEP-GEF-MoEF ABS Project & UAS, Dharwad One day work shop on at UAS, Dharwad Dec., 2014,Organized by IPS and UAS, Dharwad Dec., 2014 Dr. S. C. Alagundagi Chief Scientist (DLA), RARS, Vijayapur Directorate of Extension, Krishi Vigyan Kendra,Saidapur farm,uas,dharwad Dr. S. S. Angadi & Head Dr. B. S. Yenagi Assistant Agronomist Dr. S. S. Angadi, & Head Dr. B. S. Yenagi Assistant Agronomist Dr. S. S. Hallikeri 17 Training the trainers , DC office -do- 18 Reverting to Trimester System of Education , Director of Education, UAS, Dharwad Dr. R. R. Patil & Univ. Head AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION EDUCATION 19 Methodology and UAS, Dharwad Dr. S. S. Dolli process of enumerating the data and its analyses -do- -do- Mr. V. S. Surakod Agronomist (DLA) Dr. Ramesh Babu 44
53 Sl. No. Name of the event 28 Post harvest technologies in chilli 29 Improved technologies in groundnut crop 30 Improved technologies in sugarcane crop 31 Climate Change and Agrarian Economy: An Indian Perspective 32 Climate Change and Agrarian Economy. 33 National Seminar on Climate Change and Agrarian Economy: Indian Perspective. 34 International course on Vertical Farming 35 Seminar on Reverting to Trimester System of Education in Agriculture 36 Interactive workshop on Gender Sensitivity Prevention & Redressal of Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace. Date, venue, Organizer/ course Director and Organizing/ sponsoring institute Directorate of Extension, Krishi Vigyan Kendra,Saidapur farm,uas,dharwad Agricultural Extension Education Unit, Dharwad Agricultural Extension Education Unit, Dharwad Jan., 2015 ISAE Mumbai and UAS, Dharwad Name & designation of the scientist Dr. Ramesh Babu -do- -do- Dr. Rajkumara, S. Associate Jan., 2015 Dr. R. Basavarajappa and University Head Jan., 2015, UAS Dharwad Dr. H. Venkatesh Agrometeorologist UAS, Dharwad, Organised by SES Vanderhave, Belgium , UAS, Dharwad in collaboration with Karnataka Higher Education Council, Bengaluru. D. K. Jha Co-ordinator ITPR, Parl academy Delhi ANIMAL SCIENCE & VETERINARY SCIENCE 37 National seminar on Climate Change and Agrarian Economy at UAS Dharwad Jan., 2015 UAS, Dharwad 39 Seminar on "Reverting to Trimester system of Education in Agriculture" UAS, Dharwad UAS, Dharwad 45 Dr. S. S. Angadi, & Head Dr. R. Basavarajappa and University Head Dr. S. S. Angadi, & Head Dr. Ganajaxi Math Principal Scientist Dr. K. V. Basavakumar Dr. Anil S. Patil Asst. Prof. & Head 38 Work Shop on Access And Benefit Sharing Provisions Of Bio- Resources In Research -do-
54 Sl. No. Name of the event ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE 40 National Seminar on Climate Change and Agrarian Economy-An Indian Perspective BIOCHEMISTRY 41 Regional workshop on Biofuels to staff of Biofuel Information and Demonstration Centers BIOTECHNOLOGY 42 Workshop on Biodiversity Act and Rules 43 IPNI Research Cooperators meet Date, venue, Organizer/ course Director and Organizing/ sponsoring institute UAS, Dharwad during Jan., 2015 held at Dharwad campus COF,Sirsi,Karnataka state Biofuel development Board (KBDB), Bengaluru and KSCST, Bengaluru. 4-6 Dec., 2014 Sirsi Name & designation of the scientist Dr. S. K. Gali Prof and University Head Dr. P. Ramana Reverting to semester system UAS, Dharwad GENETICS AND PLANT BREEDING 45 Karnataka Biodiversity UAS, Dharwad Awareness Workshop Karnataka Biodiversity Board, Bengaluru & UAS, Dharwad December, 2014, UAS, Dharwad Phyto-pathological Society (Southern zone), UAS, Dharwad Dec., 2014 Dharwad UAS, Dharwad & Indian Phytopathological Society , UAS, Dharwad Dr. Ramesh Bhat, Dr. Sumangala Bhat, Dr. Prashanthi S. K. Associate Sept., 2014 UAS, -do- Dharwad -do- Dr. G. T. Basavaraja Principal Scientist & Head 46 National Seminar on Climate change and agrarian economy: an Indian perspective, Platinum Jubilee Celebration of Indian Society of Agricultural Economics (ISAE ) 47 National Symposium on Plant Diseases: New perspectives and innovative management strategies -do- Dr. G. T. Basavaraja Principal Scientist & Head Dr. M. C. Wali, Dr. RM. Kachapur Asst. Maize Breeder Dr. Suma S. Biradar, Jr. Breeder Dr. V. Rudra Naik Principal Scientist and Head Dr. S. A. Desai, Dr. S. G. Parameshwarappa
55 Sl. No. Name of the event 48 Karnataka Biodiversity Awareness Workshop 49 One day workshop on Access and Benefit sharing provisions of Bioresources in Research 50 One day workshop on Reverting to Trimester system of education in Agriculture PLANT PATHOLOGY 51 Plant Diseases: New Perspectives and Innovative Management Strategies 52 Precaution Plan workshop of KVKs of Karnataka and Goa for Post harvest Management and processing of potato for increasing food security Date, venue, Organizer/ course Director and Organizing/ sponsoring institute at U. A. S Dharwad U. A. S Dharwad & Karnataka Biodiversity Board, Bangalore at U. A. S Dharwad U. A. S Dharwad & Karnataka Biodiversity Board, Bangalore Dec., 2014 DHARWAD UAS, Dharwad & Indian Phytopathological Society Dec., 2014 UAS, Dharwad, Indian Phytopathological Society, South Zone & UAS, Dharwad Name & designation of the scientist Dr. P. Y. Kamannavar, Sr Scientist Dr. M. C. Wali, Dr. G. M. Sajjanar Principal Scientist Dr. S. G. Parameshwarappa (Plant Breeding) Dr. S. T. Kajjidoni Principal Scientist (cotton) O. Sridevi and Head Rajesh S. Patil, Dr. A. S. Byadgi and Head Dr. V. B. Nargund Prof. Plant Pathology Dr. M. S. Patil Dr. M. S. L. Rao Dr. Yashoda R. Hegde Feb., 2015 UAS, Dharwad Dr. V. B. Nargund Prof. Plant Pathology, UAS, Dharwad UHS, Bagalkot and CPRI, Shimla in India. SEED SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 54 Annual Review Meeting 8 th All India review meeting of DUS testing centers at UAS, Dharwad 55 One day Workshop on Access benefit sharing provisions of Bioresources in Research 56 Varietal Selection for Kharif crops 57 Possibility of seed production during Kharif season for farmers of Muddebihal taluk UAS, Dharwad organized by Karnataka Biodiversity Board, UNEP-GEF-MoEFABS Project DATC, Bijapur DATC, Bijapur Dr. Yashoda R. Hegde Dr. N. K. Biradarpatil Prof. & Head Dr. V. K. Deshpande Dr. A. S. Sajjan -do- 47
56 Sl. No. Name of the event 58 Seed production techniques for Kharif crops for farmers of Bagewadi and Sindagi taluk 59 Varietal selection and seed treatment for Kharif crops. 60 Conservation of local varieties and its role in organic farming in view of World food day. 61 Varietal selection, seed treatment and testing for Rabi crops. 62 Seed production and storage in oilseeds 63 Seed production in rabi crops 64 Seed production in rabi Sorghum 65 Seed Testing prior to sowing 66 Aweraness programme on Protection of plant varieties and farmers Varieties 67 Eighth Review meeting of DUS testing centres 68 One day awareness programme on Biological Diversity Act and Rules Date, venue, Organizer/ course Director and Organizing/ sponsoring institute DATC, Bijapur DATC, Bijapur KVK, Bijapur DATC, Bijapur DATC, Bijapur DATC, Bijapur DATC, Bijapur NSS Camp, Hittinahalli KVK Hanamanmatti 8-9 Feb., 2014 UAS Dharwad UAS, Dharwad Name & designation of the scientist Dr. A. S. Sajjan Dr. Hilli J S. Dr. Ravi Hunje -do- -do- -do- -do- -do- -do- -do- -do- 48 SOIL SCIENCE AND AGRICULTURAL CHEMISTRY 69 Balanced Fertilization for Sustainable Crop Production- Potassium in Enhancing Yield and Quality of crops to the Officers of the Department of Agriculture and Horticulture, GOK UAS, Campus, Dharwad Dr. N. S. Hebsur
57 Sl. No. Name of the event Date, venue, Organizer/ course Director and Organizing/ sponsoring institute EXTENSION AND COMMUNICATION MANAGEMENT 70 Workshop on Frontier Home Science Technologies for Knowledge and Economic Empowerment Oct., 2014,UASD UAS Dharwad and ICAR Zonal Project Directorate, Zone-VIII, Bengaluru 71 Workshop on Reverting to trimester system of education in Agriculture , UASD UASD in collaboration with Karnataka Higher Education Council, Bengaluru Name & designation of the scientist Dr. Uma S. Hiremath Dr. Chhaya Badiger Dr. Shobha Nagnur Prof. & Head Dr. Surekha Sankangoudar Assistant -do Workshop on Pre Action Plan of KVK s of Karnataka and Goa for Feb., 2015, UASD UAS Dharwad and Zonal Project Directorate Zone-VIII, ICAR, Bengaluru Dr. Uma S. Hiremath FAMILY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT 73 Workshop on Frontier Home-Science technologies for Knowledge and Economic Empowerment Oct., 2014 Directorate of Extension, UAS, Dharwad 74 Divine Peace Foundation Training programme on mind power motivation 75 Reverting back to Trimester System of Education Nov., 2014 SC/ST Cell University of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad 29 th Jan., 2015 University of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad Dr. Sumangala P. R. Dr. Suma Hasalkar, Prof. & Univ. Head Dr. Renuka S. Salunke Dr. Geeta Chitagubbi Dr. Veena S Jadhav and Head Dr. Renuka S. Salunke Dr. Geeta Chitagubbi Dr. Suma Hasalkar & Univ. Head Dr. Veena S Jadhav, and Head Dr. Rajeshwari Shivalli, Asst. 76 Pre-action Plan Workshop of KVKs of Karnataka and Goa Feb., 2015 Directorate of Extension, UAS, Dharwad Dr. Rajeshwari Shivalli, Asst.
58 Sl. No. Name of the event FOOD SCIENCE AND NUTRITION 77 Workshop on Frontier Home Science Technologies for knowledge and economic empowerment Date, venue, Organizer/ course Director and Organizing/ sponsoring institute Oct., 2014 VC Conference Hall, UAS, Dharwad 78 University Industry meet VC Conference Hall, UAS, Dharwad 79 Seminar on Reverting to Trimester system of education in Agriculture 80 Pre-Action plan workshop of KVK 81 Winter school on Advances in social Science Research Methodologies UAS, Dharwad 19-20, Jan., 2015 UAS, Dharwad 2-22 Sept., 2014 College of Agriculture, Vijayapur 82 Pre-Action plan workshop 19-20, Jan.,15 of KVK UAS, Dharwad HUMAN DEVELOPMENT AND FAMILY STUDIES 83 Frontier Home science Oct., 2014, technologies for V. C-Conference Hall, knowledge and economic UAS, Dharwad. empowerment 84 Mind power training Nov., 2014 UAS, Dharwad 85 Seminar on Reverting to Trimester System of Education in Agriculture TEXTILE AND APPAREL DESIGNING 86 One day Seminar on Reverting to trimester system of education in agriculture 29 Jan., 2015 UAS, Dharwad University of Agricultural Sciences Dharwad 87 Mind power training Nov.,, 2014 UAS Dharwad under SC/ST Devt. funds Name & designation of the scientist Dr. Nirmala Yenagi Dr. Usha Malagi & Head Dr. Pushpa Bharati Dr. Uma Kulkarni SMS(HSc) Dr. Sarojani J Karakannavar Programme Co-ordinator Dr. Nirmala Yenagi -do- -do- Dr. Kashibai Khyadagi Associate Dr. Sarojani J Karakannavar Programme Co-ordinator Dr. Pushpa Khadi & Head Dr. Lata Pujar Dr Pushpa Khadi & Head Dr Sunanda Itagi Assoc. Dr. Jyoti V. Vastrad AICRP-CT Dr. Sadhana. D. Kulloli Associate 50
59 Sl. No. Name of the event 88 Seminar on reverting to Trimester System of Education in Agriculture Date, venue, Organizer/ course Director and Organizing/ sponsoring institute University of Agricultural Sciences Dharwad FOREST BIOLOGY AND TREE IMPROVEMENT 89 National Symposium on : Plant Diseases: New perspectives and Innovative Management strategies 90 Reverting to Trimester system of Education in Agriculture 91 Awareness programme on Biodiversity Act NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT 92 Seminar on Reverting to Trimester System of Education in Agriculture 93 Training on Cultivation of sandal Sreegandha Krushi 94 Training programme on Protection of Plant Varieties and Farmers Rights Act Personality Development Programme 96 Seminar on Advances in cocoa production technologies for sustainability Dec., 2014 Dharwad, Karnataka, Indian Society of Phytopathology & UAS, Dharwad UAS, Dharwad Directory Education UAS, Dharwad Director of Research UAS, Dharwad on by DOE, UAS Dharwad KVK, Sirsi by Krishi Vigyana Kenda, Sirsi, UAS, Dharwad ARS, Kumta by College of Forestry, Sirsi, UAS Dharwad and PPV & FRA, New Delhi Jan., 2015 College of Forestry, Sirsi by College of Forestry, Sirsi, UAS Dharwad College of Forestry, Sirsi, by KVK, Sirsi, ICAR: CPCRI, Regional Station, Vittal and Kadamba Foundation, Sirsi Name & designation of the scientist Dr. Sannapapamma K. J Assistant Dr. Gurudatt M. Hegde Asst. Dr. V. Suryanarayana Dr. H. Shivanna Dr. R Vasudeva Dr. Gurudatt M. Hedge Asst. Dr. R Vasudeva Dr. Ravi Hunje Sri S. D. Bhat Asst. Dr. Vittal Navi Asst. Dr. A. G. Koppad Prof and Head Smt. Rajeshwari N. Asst. Sri. Girish Shahapurmath Asst. Sri. Girish Shahapurmath Asst. Sri. Girish Shahapurmath Asst. -do- -do- 51
60 Sl. No. Name of the event Date, venue, Organizer/ course Director and Organizing/ sponsoring institute SILVICULTURE AND AGRO FORESTRY 97 Mind Power Training Nov., 2014 UAS Dharwad 98 Riverting to trimester system of education in Agricultural University UAS Dharwad FOREST PRODUCTS UTILIZATION 99 Seminar on Reverting to Trimester system of Education in Agriculture UAS, Dharwad UAS, Dharwad and Karnataka Higher Education Council Bengaluru 100 Biological diversity act and rules 101 Regional workshop on Biofuels to staff of Biofuel Information and Demonstration Centers UAS, Dharwad Biodiversity Board, Bengaluru 4-6, Dec., 2014 Sirsi COF, Sirsi, Karnataka state Biofuel development Board (KBDB), Bengaluru and KSCST, Bengaluru 102 Sreegandha Krushi KVK, Sirsi IWST, Bengaluru, KVK Sirsi EEU & Horticulture College, Sirsi 103 Personality Development Programme 104 Training programme on Awareness Programme on Protection of Plant Varieties and Farmers Rights Act Seminar on Advances in cocoa production technologies for sustainability t Jan.,, 2015 College of Forestry, Sirsi ARS, Kumta College of Forestry, Sirsi, UAS Dharwad and Protection of Plant Varieties & Farmers' Rights Authority (PPV & FRA), New Delhi College of Forestry, Sirsi KVK, Sirsi, ICAR: CPCRI, Regiosnal Station, Vittal and Kadamba Foundation, Sirsi Name & designation of the scientist Dr. Raju L Chavan Assoc Sri. Ramesh S. Rathod, Asst. Dr. K. S. Channabasappa, Sri. Ramesh S. Rathod, Asst. Dr. G. O. Manjunatha & Head Sri. Hanumantha. M Assistant Dr. G. O. Manjunatha & Head Dr. P. Ramana Sri. Hanumantha. M Assistant -do- -do- -do- 52
61 1. 8. Organization of National / International Seminars / Symposia / Conferences / Short Courses/ Trainings / Workshops / Summer & Winter Schools / Refresher courses 53 Sl. No Nature and title of the programme/event AGRIBUSINESS MANAGEMENT 1 Training Programme Agri Clinics and Agribusiness Centres (ACABC) Date and venue Organizing / sponsoring institute to at Department of Agribusiness Management, UAS, Dharwad 2 Training Programme Market Intelligence and Market Planning One day, Khanapur 3 Training Programme Market Intelligence and Market Planning 4 Training Programme Market Intelligence and Market Planning 5 Training Programme Market Intelligence and Market Planning 6 Awareness Programme Online Trading 7 Farmers awareness-cum-training programme Price forecasting and Market planning One day, Yaragatti One day, Savalagi One day, Chickkerur One day, Lakshmeshwar One day, Khanapur Organizer/course Director/ Name & designation AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 8 National Seminar on Climate Change and Agrarian Economy An Indian Perspective AGRONOMY 9 Foundation Training to department of Agriculture officers 10 Foundation Training to department of Agriculture officers 11 First Local Innovation platform (Advisory group) Meeting CGIAR-Dryland systems agriculture and livelihood research programme (South Asian) 12 Introduction Training to ATM and BTM Staff of Dept of Agriculture, GOK Jan., 2015 UAS, Dharwad 27 May -2 Jun., 2014 UAS, Dharwad 4-10 Jun., 2014 UAS, Dharwad RARS, Vijayapur July 2014 UAS, Dharwad Dr. H. Basavaraja Dr. R. S. Poddar Head PPMC Dr. S. B. Mahajanashetti & Head Director of the Programme Dr. J. S. Sonnad Dr. A. D. Naik Dr. H. Basavaraj and Dr. S. S. Dolli Co-Directors of the Programme Dr. B. K. Naik Dr. Vilas Kulkarni -do- -do- -do- Dr. B. Banakar -do- Dr. R. Basavarajappa. and Head -do- Dr. S. C. Alagundagi Chief Scientist (DLA) Dr. R. Basavarajappa and Head
62 Sl. No Nature and title of the programme/event 13 Introduction Training to ATM and BTM Staff of Dept of Agriculture, GOK. 14 Training on Drought management in Agriculture and allied sectors 15 Farmers Awareness program on Climate change and weather based farming (Sirsi taluk) 16 Farmers Awareness program on Climate change and weather based farming 17 Training programme on Integrated Crop Management in Groundnut to Extension Officers / Input Dealers 18 Two-day training programme for Meteorological Observers (Zone-3) 19 Two-day training programme for Meteorological Observers (Zone 8&9) Date and venue Organizing / sponsoring institute Dec Dec., 2014 UAS, Dharwad Dec., 2014 RARS, Vijayapur Sirsi Yallapur Jan., 2015 KVK, Vijayapur AICRP on Groundnut, MARS, Dharwad and KVK, Vijayapur sponsored by Directorate of Groundnut Research(ICAR), Junagadh, Gujarat Mar., 2015 RARS, Vijayapur Mar., 2015 UAS, Dharwad Organizer/course Director/ Name & designation Dr. R. Basavarajappa and Head Dr. S. C. Alagundagi Chief Scientist (DLA) Dr. H. Venkatesh Agrometeorologist Dr. B. S. Yenagi Assistant Agronomist 54 AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 20 One day workshop on Dry land systems south Asian first local innovation platform meeting 21 SAMETI training on Drought management in Agriculture and allied sectors RARS, Vijaypur Dec., 2014 RARS, Vijayapur Dr. M. S. Shirahatti AGRICULTURAL ENTOMOLOGY 22 Training to farmers on Sorghum Production Technologies and Ibrahimpur (Kasaba Vijaypur) 23 Training to farmers on Sorghum Production Technologies Masabinal Tq. B. Bagewadi Dist. Vijayapur 24 Training course on Lac cultivation Sirsi 25 Foundation Training for officials of Apr., 2014 KSDA 5-11 May, May, Frontier Home Science technologies for knowledge and economic empowerment UAS, Dharwad Oct., 2014 UAS, Dharwad Dr. Javaregowda Dr. P. S. Hugar -do- Dr. H. Venkatesh Agrometeorologist -do- -do- Dr. A. P. Biradar -do- -do-
63 Sl. No Nature and title of the programme/event 27 Orientation programme of mandated activities of KVKs 28 Pre-Action Plan Workshop-2015 for KVKs of North Karnataka and Goa 29 Training the trainers/ Organic farmers under the scheme district of the trainers training 30 Two days training programme/ IPM of H. serrata AGRICULTURAL MICROBIOLOGY 31 Utilization of microbial and plant genomic resources for plant disease management (21 days training program) 32 Training to Trainers for the officers of Uttara Kannada BIOCHEMISTRY 33 Regional workshop on Biofuels to staff of Biofuel Information and Demonstration Centers Date and venue Organizing / sponsoring institute 3-6 Dec., 2014 UAS, Dharwad Feb., 2015 UAS, Dharwad May 2014 UAS, Dharwad Dec., 2014 UAS, Dharwad 5-25 Feb., 2014 UAS Dharwad May, 2014 UAS Dharwad 4-6 Dec., 2014, Sirsi Organizer/course Director/ Name & designation Dr. P. S. Hugar -do- Dr. R. K. Patil Dr. R. R. Patil Dr. P.U. Krishnaraj Dr. C.R. Patil Associate Dr. P. Ramana 55 BIOTECHNOLOGY 34 ICAR sponsored 21 day training programme on Utilization of plant and microbial genomic resources for plant disease management PLANT PATHOLOGY 35 Plant Diseases: New Perspectives and Innovative Management Strategies SEED SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 36 International training to faculty members of Bunda College Malavi under Obama- Singh initiative Programme Feb., 2015 Department of Biotechnology, UAS, Dharwad Dec., 2014 UAS, Dharwad, Indian Phytopathological Society, South Zone & UAS, Dharwad Oct.,, 2014 UAS, Dharwad FAMILY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT 37 Preparation of consumer products 9-13 Jun., 2014 Shivalli, AICRP-FRM 38 Importance of Fruits & Vegetables in Daily diet Dr. Ramesh Bhat Course Co-ordinator Dr. Sumangala Bhat Course Co-ordinator Dr. Prashanthi S. K Course Co-ordinator Dr. Narayan Moger Associate Dr. I. K. Kalappanavar Dr. N. K. Biradarpatil Prof. & Head Dr. V. K. Deshpande Dr. Renuka S. Salunke Dr. Geeta C Chitagubbi Dr. Rajeshwari Shivalli, Asst.
64 Sl. No Nature and title of the programme/event Date and venue Organizing / sponsoring institute 39 Value addition to food item Jul., 2014 Yadwad, AICRP-FRM Organizer/course Director/ Name & designation Dr. Renuka S. Salunke Dr. Geeta C Chitagubbi 42 Improved Agriculture Implements Hullambi Dr. Renuka S. Salunke Dr. Geeta C Chitagubbi 56 HUMAN DEVELOPMENT AND FAMILY STUDIES 49 Empowerment of rural women on health Sept, 2014 Belavadi village, Belgaum dist. UAS Dharwad TEXTILE AND APPAREL DESIGNING 50 Workshop on Prevention of Sexual Harassment of Women at Work Place for Women Folk 51 Training programme on Lectra 2D-CAD pattern making solutions UAS, Dharwad 2-6 Mar.,2015 Textile and Apparel Designing, UAS, Dharwad 52 Training programme on Natural Dyeing Jul., 2014 Belavadi Tq: Bailhongal 53 Training programme on Natural Dyeing to B. Gudihal Tq: Kalghatgi 54 Training programme on Functional clothing for agricultural activities 55 Training programme on Functional clothing for agricultural activities to B. Gudihal Tq: Kalghatgi to Belavadi Tq: Bailhongal Dr. Saraswati Hunshal Dr. Shailaja D. Naik Dr. Geeta Mahale and Head Dr. Jyoti V. Vastrad 40 Phenyl making Dr. Rajeshwari Shivalli, Asst. 41 Envelop making do- 43 Improved Agriculture Implements Noolvi, AICRP-FRM Dr. Geeta C Chitagubbi 44 ICT,Farmers,Portals & EMS for effective agricultural extention management 5-10 Jan., 2015 Dr. Rajeshwari Shivalli, Asst. 45 Income generating Activities for women Jan., 2015 Bgudihal, AICRP-FRM Dr. Geeta C Chitagubbi Sevalaya (NGO Dr. Veena Jadhav Demonstration on Phenyl and Detergent Group), Sadankeri, Prof & Head powder Dharwad 47 Training programme on Phenyl and Feb., do- Detergent powder Gundanahatti Village 48 Training programme on consumer chemicals and paper bags Feb., 2015 Gundanahatti Village -do- -do- -do- -do-
65 Sl. No Nature and title of the programme/event FOREST BIOLOGY AND TREE IMPROVEMNET 56 Personality development programme to B. Sc. (Forestry) students Date and venue Organizing / sponsoring institute Jan., 2015 College of Forestry, Sirsi Organizer/course Director/ Name & designation Dr. Gurudatt M. Hegde Assistant 57 FOREST PRODUCTS AND UTILIZATION 57 Regional workshop on Biofuels to staff of Biofuel Information and Demonstration Centers 58 Personality Development Programme (for B. Sc. Forestry students) Workshop 4-6 Dec.,, 2014, College of Forestry, Sirsi Jan., 2015 College of Forestry, Sirsi Organized by COF, Sirsi Dr. P. Ramana Sri. Hanumantha. M Assistant Visitors to the Departments College of Agriculture, Dharwad Sl. No. Name & Designation Date of Visit Purpose of Visit Department of Agribusiness Management 1 Dr. Vairam, Arunachalam To have interaction with the faculty Director, School of Accountancy, of Department of Agribusiness University of Missouri, USA Management Department of Agricultural Economics 2 Dr. Mruthunjaya Former National Director, NAEP, ICAR, New Delhi Jan., 2015 As a Chief Guest of National Conference on Climate Change at UAS, Dharwad 3 Dr. P. G Chengappa Former Vice Chancellor, UAS, Bengaluru Agribusiness Export Knowledge Centre, Dharwad 4 Dr. Prasanna Mahindra Consultants, Bengaluru 5 Mr. Vijay Desai, BE. MBA (USA) Ex-TECSOK, GoK 6 Mr. E. M. N. Shastry Exporter, Phalada Agro Foundation & Mr. J. P. Navakkat Organic Certifier 7 Dr. Suhas Kale, Technical Officer MSAMB, Pune, Maharashtra 8 Sri. P. B. Upase, Progressive farmer & Industrialist -do- As a Chief Guest of National Conference on Climate Change at UAS, Dharwad Visited ABEKC in connection with the Evaluation of Agro Industrial Clusters at Yadgir district Visited ABEKC in view of Evaluation of Project Appraisal on Agro Industrial Clusters at Agri Business Investment Region (ABIR) Yadgir Exporters and farmers interaction Meeting held at ABEKC, AC, Dharwad Visited ABEKC to provide market linkage to export of mango fruit for from erstwhile Dharwad and Belagavi districts Visited ABEKC as a Resource person for One Day Seminar On Production, Marketing,
66 Sl. No. 9 Mr. Basavaraj Technical Officer Indofil Chemicals Ltd. Name & Designation Date of Visit Purpose of Visit 10 Dr. Umesh Adiga Phalada Agro Foundation Sri. Madhavrajan Phalada Agro Foundation 11 Dr. Shirinivas Sonna Manager-Certification TUV SUD South Asia Bengaluru Sri. Sanjeev S. Nandrekar President, Bijapur Grape Association Department of Agronomy: 12 Dr. Moses, Associate University of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Malawi, Africa 13 Dr. Richard, Associate, University of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Malawi, Africa 14 Dr. James, Associate, University of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Malawi, Africa 15 Dr. Mohan Bajikar, Consultant, Sesvanderhave, Belgium 17 Dr. Mohan Bajikar, Consultant, Sesvanderhave, Belgium certification and Value Addition of Mango in Dharwad District Visited ABEKC to educate the farmers on the use of plant nutrients through foliar spray for the Seminar on Production, Marketing, certification and Value Addition of Mango in Dharwad District Dec., Paid Visit to ABEKC and 2014 participated as resource person in One Day Seminar on Production, Marketing, certification and Value Addition of Dry chillies & Mango in Haveri District One Day Seminar on Marketing through commodity interest groups (CIGs), Certification (GAP / Organic) and Value addition of Grapes in Vijayapur District & Dr. Evans, United Kingdom Dr. Morrison, United Kingdom & Dr. Gopalswamy, Technical Officer, IMD, Bengaluru 58 Discussed the scheme of evaluation, contact hours and syllabus Sugar beet Guest Lecture Vertical Farming Guest Lecture Visited Agronomy experiments under Water 4 Crops Project Guest Lecture on Automatic Weather Station 21 Dr. Zuo Yuhu, Prof of Plant Protection, Dr. Zeng Diafeng, Prof of Agronomy, Dr. Cao Longkui, Prof of Food Science, Dr. Jing Lan, Prof of Plant Pathology, Bay Agricultural University, Peoples Republic of China Discussed the scheme of evaluation, contact hours and syllabus Department of Biotechnology 22 Mark Hussey, Texas ADM University Interact in with the Teachers 23 Lan Jing, Inner Mougolia Agricultural do-
67 Sl. No. Name & Designation Date of Visit Purpose of Visit university 24 Moses Maliro,Patson Nalivata, Joseph Dzanja, Vernon Kabambe -do- 25 George Kanyama,PIMPRI, Vice Chancellor -do- 26 R. S. Paroda Former DG. ICAR do- 27 N. H. Shivashankarappa MLA, do- Gowribidanur Department of Genetics & Plant Breeding 28 Dr. Monika Messmer International Scientist FiBL Switzerland Department of Seed Science & Technology 29 Dr. Vilas Tonapi Principal Scientist, NRCS, Sorghum, Hyderabad 30 Dr. S. Rajendraprasad, Project Director, DSSR, MAU (UP) Department of Soil Science 31 Dr. Bansal S. K. Director, IARI, New Delhi 32 Dr. Eldad Slokowski Co-ordinator, IPI B. Tech. (Food Technology) 33 Dr. Bheemu Patil Director, Vegetable & Fruit Centre, Texas A & M University, USA 34 Mrs. Sara Francis, Assistant (Extension) and Students of IOWA State University, USA Guest Lecture on Activities of FiBL Switzerland and breeding for organic situation As a chairman of the QRT team of NSP experiment and monitoring the breeder seed production in the university. Visited the department and addressed the PG students and delivered the lecture on researchable areas in seed technology Visited the department and addressed the PG students and delivered lecture on Indian Seed Industry and its recent trends and researchable issues Visited field experiments of an adhoc project on Balanced fertilization for Sustainable Bt. Cotton production Participated in workshop on Balanced fertilization for Sustainable production Visited Food Technology laboratories and interaction with the B. Tech (Food Technology) students Visited Food Technology laboratories and other facilities 59
68 College of Agriculture, Vijayapur Sl. Name & Designation No. 1 Dr. (Smt. ) S. S. Vijay Prof. & Head, Dept. of Kannada Karnataka Women s University Vijayapur (Chief Guest) 2 (1) Dr. Aravind. Patil,, Dept. of Operation, Sri. M. B. Patil Medical College, Vijayapur (As Chief Guest) (2) Dr. (Smt. ) Vidya. Aravind,, Dept. of Aravalike, Sri. M. B. Patil Medical College, Vijayapur (As Chief Guest) 3 (1) Shri. Sadashiva. S.Sultanpure, Hon ble Judge, District Family Court, Vijayapur (As Inaugurator) (2) Kum. Saroja. S. Guddi, Lawyer, District Court, Vijayapur (As Chief Guest) 4 Shri. Kangavi Jinendra, Additional Superintendent of Police, Vijayapur District. 5 Col. Balaji, Principal, Sainik School, Vijayapur Date of visit Purpose Celebration of Basava Jayanthi Celebration of Teachers Day Stopping and awareness programme on Sexual harassment of working women in working place Seminar on Preparation for Civil Services Exams Delivered lecture on the How to enter armed forces 60 College of Rural Home Science, Dharwad Sl. Date of Name & Designation No. Visit 1 Dr. Moses Maliro Trust Kasambale Dr. Vernon Kabambe Dr. Raison Naliyata Dr. Joseph Dzanja College of Agriculture, Bunda, Malawi 2 Namita Bansal Sathguru Management Consultants Hyderabad 3 Dr. Geoffrey Kananji AGRA, Lilongwe, University of Agriculture, LUANAR, Bunda Campus, Mulawi 4 Dr. D. Suresh Sathguru Management consultation, Hyderabad Dr. Charles Masanghud Luanar Prof. George Kanyama Phiri Luanar Purpose of Visit Visited all the departments of College of Rural Home Science and discussed about Departmental activities with faculty and students. Visited all the departments of College of Rural Home Science and discussed about Departmental activities with faculty and students.
69 Sl. Name & Designation No. 5 Mrs. Jean Anderson Dutch Internship Director Kathleen Moran ISU Graduate student Jessica Perravit ISU Graduate student Erin Bergquist Dietetic Internship Instructor Emmy Winfree ISU Graduate Student IOWA state University, USA 6 Jhansi S. Boppuri Vidya Darshan School, K. B. Nagar Mantur Road, Hubli 7 Patricio Reagan California Isabel Good Fresno, California Dr. Kajori Thusu Neonatologist- Fresno CA Rotary 5230 District visit VTT 8 Prof. Kattesh Katti Prof. James Scot University of Missouri, USA Date of Visit Purpose of Visit Visited all the departments of College of Rural Home Science and discussed about Departmental activities with faculty and students Visited all the departments of College of Rural Home Science and discussed about Departmental activities with faculty and students Visited all the departments of College of Rural Home Science and discussed about Departmental activities with faculty and students Visited all the departments of College of Rural Home Science and discussed about Departmental activities with faculty and students. 61 College of Forestry, Sirsi Sl. Name of the visitor No. 1 Devadatta Naik Freelance Naturalist & Field Researcher MRC, GoA HRS, Karnataka 2 Shashank Dalvi Research Associate WCS India CWS WCS India CWS 3 Vishnupriya. S Research Associate WCS India CWS Bengaluru 4 Balachandra Hegde, Saimane Honorary Wildlife Warden, Uttara Kannada Dist Hon. Wildlife Warden Director, SWIFT Date of visit Purpose Interaction with students Interaction with students Interactive discussion with Masters students Lecture to 3 rd year students on GIS A Remote Sensing in biodiv. Course.
70 Sl. Name of the visitor No. 5 Sri. S. R. Patil Hon ble Executive Chairman Karnataka State Biofuel Development Board (KSBDB), Bengaluru, (KSBDB), Bengaluru 6 Dr Rama Kant (IFS) Director IWST Bengaluru Date of Purpose visit Visiting CoF, Sirsi Guest Lecture on Meditation Retreat 62 Visitors to the ATIC/ KVK Name and Designation Date of visit Purpose Sri A. H. Gowda President, Krishik Samaj, Tumkur To know the different activites of UAS, Dharwad Dr. B. S. Patil, Director, Vegetable and Fruit Improvement To know the KVK activities Centre, TEXAS, A & M University, USA Dr. Shivanand Kanavi, Retd. Theoretical Physicist (IIT, To know the KVK activities Kanpur) and well known consulting scientific editor Sri Narmada Uttappe To know the different activites of UAS,Dharwad Dr. M. J. Chandregouda, Principal Scientist, ZPD, Zone- VIII ICAR, Bengaluru To interact with KVK scientists Dr. Mark A. Hussey, Hon ble Interim President, Texas, To know the KVK activities A&M University, USA Dr. B. S. Patil, Director, Vegetable and Fruit Improvement Centre, TEXAS, A & M University, USA Dr. Sreenath Dixit, Zonal Project Director (Zone-VIII) ICAR, Bengaluru 6-7 Jul., 2014 To attend 15 th SAC meeting The scientists and students from University of IOWA state, To know the KVK activities USA Dr. N. K. S. Gowda, Scientist, NIANP, Bengaluru To plan for seminar on preparation of animal feeds using local resourses Dr. Vernon Kabambe (Agronomist), Dr. Moses Maliro (Plant Breeder), Dr. Patson Nalivata (Soil Chemist), Dr. Trust Kasambala (Agril Entomologist) and Dr. Josef Djanza (Agricultural Economist) from Bunda College, Malawi, Lilongwe University of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Africa and Ms. Namitha Bansal from Sathguru Consultants, Hyderabad To know the KVK activities
71 Dr. Zuo Yuhu, of Plant Protection, Dr. Zheng To know the KVK activities Diafeng, of Agronomy, Dr. Cao Longkui, of Food Science from Bay Agricultural University, Peoples Republic of China, Dr. Jing Lan, of Plant Pathology, Inner Mangolia Agricultural University, Peoples Republic of China Dr. S. S. Navi, Scientist, Iowa State University, Ames, USA Law jing, Inner Mongolia Agricutlural University China To know the different activites of UAS,Dharwad Dr. Sreenath Dixit, Zonal Project Director, Bengaluru and SAC meeting Dr. D. P. Birdar, Vice Chancellor, UAS, Dharwad Shri. S. D. Saygavi, Director, Rudseti, Haliyal Joint activities with KVK for the benefit of SHG's and farmers of Mundagod Dr. R. S. Paroda, former Director General, ICAR & To know the KVK activities Secretary, DARE, GoI Shri. Vishweshwar Hegde, Kageri, MLA, Sirsi-Siddapur As a chief guest during Kissan Samman Divas Dr. N. K. KrishnakuMar., Deputy Director General To know the KVK activities (Horticulture), ICAR, New Delhi and Dr. D. L. Maheswar, Hon ble Vice Chancellor, UHS, Bagalkot Shri. Anant Kumar Hegde, Hon ble MP, Uttara Kannada district To inaugurate lac cultivation training programme Swamiji of Raja Rajeshwari Math, Bengaluru To know the KVK activities Dr. P. G. Patil, Director, Central Institute for Research on To know the KVK activities Cotton Technology (CIRCOT), Mumbai Dr. J. V. Patil, Director, Indian Institute of Millets Research, Hyderabad and team To visit rabi sorghum demonstration plots Dr. Vinayak Hegde, Head (Crop Protect ion) and Dr. Ravi To participate in seminar Bhat, Head (Crop Production), CPCRI, Kasargod on Advances in cocoa production technologies for sustainability 63
74 Teaching TEACHING The University offers UG courses in four campuses, PG courses at three campuses and Diploma(Agri.) at six campuses. In main campus at Dharwad, B.Sc.(Agri.), B.Sc.(Ag Maco), B.H.Sc. and B.Tech.(Food Tech.) programmes as well as Masters programme in 24 disciplines and Doctoral programme in 18 disciplines; at Vijayapur campus, B.Sc.(Agri.) and M.Sc.(Agri.) in five disciplines; at Sirsi campus, B.Sc.(Forestry) and M.Sc. (Forestry ) in five disciplines and B.Sc.(Agri.) at Hanumanamatti campus are offered. Two years Diploma(Agri.) course is offered at Dharwad, Vijayapur, Sirsi, Hukkeri, Jamakhandi and Akkialur. The details pertaining to students intake, scholarships/fellowships, theses submitted by students, gold medals awarded during convocation, library, student welfare, hostels and health care facilities at different campuses are given below. 2.1 UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMME Admitted and passed out students Name of the College College of Agriculture, Dharwad College of Agriculture, Vijayapur College of Agriculture, Hanumana-matti College of Agriculture, Dharwad College of Forestry, Sirsi College of Rural Home Science, Dharwad UAS, Dharwad Degree Programme Students Strength ( ) No. of I year II year III year IV year Total students passed out M F M F M F M F M F M F B.Sc (Agri) B.Sc (Agri) B.Sc (Agri) B.Sc. (Ag.Maco) B.Sc (For) B.H.Sc B.Tech (Food Tech) M-Male; F-Female 3
75 2.2. POST GRADUATE PROGRAMME PG Students Strength at different colleges ( ) Masters degree Ph.D. Programme Sub Name of Sub Total Total I yr II yr I yr II yr III yr Total the College M F M F M F M F M F M F M F M F College of Agriculture, Dharwad (Agriculture Faculty) College of Agriculture, Vijayapur (Agriculture Faculty) College of Rural Home Science, Dharwad (Home Science Faculty) College of Agriculture, Dharwad (MBA faculty) College of Forestry, Sirsi (Forestry faculty) Total Admission (Faculty wise) Department Masters degree Ph.D. I. Faculty of Agriculture, Dharwad Campus Agribusiness Management Agricultural Economics Agricultural Entomology Agricultural Extension Education Agricultural Microbiology Agricultural Statistics 06 - Agronomy Crop Physiology Genetics and Plant Breeding Horticulture Molecular Biology and Bio-Technology Plant Pathology Plant Biochemistry
76 Department Masters degree Ph.D. Seed Science & Technology Soil Science II. Faculty of Agriculture, Vijayapur Campus Total Agricultural Economics 06 - Agricultural Entomology 05 Agronomy 09 - Genetics and Plant Breeding 07 - Plant Pathology 06 - III. Faculty of Home Science, Dharwad Campus Home Science Extension & Communication Management Total Food Science and Nutrition Human Development & Family Studies Textile and Apparel Designing Family Resource Management Total IV. Faculty of Forestry, Sirsi Campus Forest Biology and Tree Improvement 11 - Medicinal and Aromatic Plants 03 - Natural Resource Management 02 - Silviculture and Agroforestry 10 - Total Enrolment of Diploma (Agri) course students for the Academic Year Name of the Centre/Campus I year II Year Total Passed Out M F M F M F M F Dharwad Vijayapur Kumta* Jamakhandi
77 67 Nippani ** Akki Alur Total * Diploma Centre is shifted from Sirsi Centre to Kumta Centre from the Academic Year ** Diploma Centre is shifted from Hukkeri Centre to Nippani Centre from the Academic Year Students completing PG Degree Programmes for the Academic Year Degree No. of Students Male Female Ph.D M.Sc(Agri) M.B.A.(Agribusiness) M.H.Sc M.Sc.(Forestry) Total UAS Merit / UAS General Scholarships and Freeships awarded to the students during Undergraduate Name of the College Degree UAS Merit Scholarship UAS General Scholarship UAS Freeship Dharwad Campus B.Sc.(Agri) B.Sc.(Ag.Maco) B.H.Sc B.Tech (F.Tech) Vijayapur Campus B.Sc. (Agri) Sirsi Campus B.Sc.(Forestry) Hanumanamatti Campus B.Sc.(Agri) Total
78 Postgraduate College and Degree UAS Merit Scholarship UAS Freeship College of Agriculture, Dharwad Jr. M.Sc.(Agri) Sr. M.Sc.(Agri) Rural Home Science College, Dharwad Jr.M.H.Sc Sr.M.H.Sc College of Agriculture, Vijayapur Jr. M.Sc.(Agri.) Sr. M.Sc.(Agri.) College of Forestry, Sirsi Jr. M.Sc.(Forestry) Sr. M.Sc.(Forestry) Total Ph.D Sl.No. College and Degree UAS Merit Scholarship UAS Freeships College of Agriculture, Dharwad 1 I Ph.D II Ph.D III Ph.D Total FELLOWHIPS AWARDED TO SC/ST STUDENTS DURING College and Degree No. of Students College of Agriculture, Dharwad Jr. M.Sc.(Agri.) 28 Sr. M.Sc.(Agri.) 18 Jr.M.H.Sc. 07 Sr.M.H.Sc. 02 Ph.D. 10 College of Agriculture, Vijayapur Jr. M.Sc.(Agri.) 06 Sr. M.Sc.(Agri.) 06 College of Forestry, Sirsi Jr. M.Sc.(Forestry) 07 Sr. M.Sc.(Forestry) 02 Total
79 2.7. CONVOCATION 69 The 27 th Annual Convocation of University of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad was held on 22 nd May, Dr. Mark A Hussey, Interim President, Texas A & M University, Texas, USA was the Chief Guest. The following are the details of degree conferred. Number of candidates who were conferred degree during 27 th Dharwad Annual Convocation of UAS, Degree In Person In Gold Medals and Cash Total Absentia Awards awarded B.Sc.(Agriculture) B.Sc.(Agril. Marketing & Co-op) B.Sc(Horticulture) B.Sc.(Forestry) B.H.Sc M.Sc.(Agri) M.Sc M.B.A.(Agribusiness) M.H.Sc M.Sc.(Forestry) M.Sc.(Horticulture) Ph.D Total Honorary Doctorate Degrees conferred during the 27 th Convocation 1. Dr. Mark A Hussey, Interim President, Texas A & M University, Texas, USA. 2. Dr. Rajendra Singh, Chairman, Tarun Bharat Sangh, Alwar District, Rajasthan. 2.8 THESES ACCEPTED College of Agriculture, Dharwad Sl. Name of the No. Student Title of Thesis Department of Agribusiness Management MBA 1 Shreya Production and marketing Amarapurkar management of Commercial broilers in Dharwad District 2 Chaitra G.B. Consumer preference for ready-to-eat food products A case study in Belgaum 3 Mangala V. Patil Estimation of demand for partial mechanization in Agricultural operations in North Karnataka. Name of Chairman Date of Submission Dr. C. Murthy Dr. N.M. Kerur Dr. H.S. Vijaykumar
80 Sl. Name of the Name of Date of Title of Thesis No. Student Chairman Submission 4 Quaser Gull Rather Export performance of Indian frozen Dr. A.D. Naik marine products An economic analysis 5 Roopa Hosali Production and Marketing Dr. C. Murthy Management of mulberry silk cocoon in Haveri District. 6 Gayatri Business performance of fisheries Dr. S.B cooperative societies in Northern Karnataka A case study of Gulbarga Dist. Mahajanashetti 7 Soumya A.N. Dynamics of cocoon prices and Dr. Vilas Kulkarni business performance of silk reeling units in Karnataka. 8 Mangalagouri An analysis of structural changes in Dr. R.A Avali 9 Virupaksha Gidnavar Agri-Export Import Trade in India. Performance of Belgaum Gardeners Cooperative Society A Management Appraisal 10 Ravi Gurikar Production and Marketing Management of Onion in Gadag District of Karnataka- A Management Appraisal Yeledhalli Dr. Basavaraja Banakar Dr. J.S. Sonnad Chidanand Patil Behaviour of SPOT and futures prices of Agricultural commodities visa-a-vis policy impact. 12 Anand Mishra Performance of Indian Agri Exports to European Union Dr. Basavaraja Banakar Dr. R.A. Yeledhalli Department of Agricultural Economics Ph.D. 13 Kusuma D. K. An economic analysis of production, marketing and export of major fruits of Karnataka 14 Pavankumar B. Gamanagatti M.Sc. (Agri.) 15 Pravinkumar Kumbar Protected cultivation technology in Karnataka-An economic analysis Production and Marketing of Organic Arecanut And Pepper in Uttara Kannada District An Economic Analysis 16 Samuel Elias Micro credit impact analysis on agricultural Productivity and income of small and marginal Farmers in Dharwad district 17 Sangamesh Mangoji Economics of cotton based intercropping systems in Gadag district of Karnataka Dr. H. Basavaraja Dr. B. L. Patil S. S. Guledgudda Dr. B.L.Patil Dr.M.T.Dodamani
81 Sl. Name of the No. Student Title of Thesis 18 Oladele Toyin A. A comparative study of flow of institutional credit to agricultural and non-agricultural sectors in north Karnataka 19 Ashwini, B. C. Development of irrigation infrastructure, cropping Pattern and profitability of crops cultivated in Cauvery river basin of Karnataka 20 Shilpa P. Chowti An economic analysis of diversity in cultivation of maize hybrids in Haveri Dist. 21 Mahantesh B. Production and marketing of major Holajogi flower crops in Haveri district An economic analysis 22 Shweta Yaliwal Diversity in cultivation of Bt-cotton hybrids In Haveri district-an economic analysis 23 Rudragouda B. Patil An economic analysis of production and marketing of organic spices in Uttar Kannada district 24 Bhavya A. P. Economic evaluation of silk weaving by handlooms and powerlooms in Tumkur district: A comparative study 25 Maheshbabu V. An economic analysis of poultry farms in Belgaum district 26 Bouramma P. An economic analysis of agricultural Kerur labour in Karnataka 27 Kavita M. Patil Impact of changes in rainfall pattern on agriculture in Haveri district Karnataka-an economic analysis 28 Vittal Sattigeri An economic analysis of production of rabi sorghum and its competitive crops in Belgaum district of Karnataka 29 Rohit P. Hirebidari Optimization of food consumption and nutrient intake of different income groups in Dharwad district, Karnataka state: An economic analysis 30 Savita Chouhan Problems and prospects of small and marginal farmers in Dharwad district : An economic analysis 31 Sharatkumar Handa Regional disparity in agricultural development of Karnataka - An economic analysis 32 Raghupathi Bidari An economic analysis of horticulture based farming systems in Dharwad district of Karnataka 71 Name of Date of Chairman Submission Dr. J. A. Handigol V. R. Kiresur H. Basavaraja S. M. Mundinamani Dr. H. Basavaraja Dr. J. A. Handigol Dr. G. N. Kulkarni S. S. Guledgudda Dr. L. B. Kunnal Dr. L. B. Kunnal Dr. L. B. Kunnal Dr. J. A. Handigol Dr. B. L. Patil Dr. S. B. Hosamani Dr. N. R. Mamle Desai
82 Sl. Name of the No. Student Title of Thesis 33 Naveen V. Livelihood issues in flood affected farm economy : a case study of Don river basin - Bijapur district 34 Vijay Bhupal An economic analysis of sugarcane Keraba production under conventional and transplanted methods in Belgaum 35 Nagaraj M. Sannamani district A comparative study An economic analysis of tomato hybrid seed production under contract farming in Haveri district Department of Agricultural Entomology Ph.D. 36 Sanjay Bhandi Studies on survey, seasonal incidence, varietal screening and management of major insect pests of pigeon pea in the northern transitional zone of Karnataka 37 P. S. Tippannavar Studies on present status of white grub, Holotrichia Serrata (Fabricious) (Coleoptera; Scarabaeidae) in Belagavi district and its management 38 Mallappa Chandaragi Integrated management of giant African snail, A fulica (For) (Stylommela phora : Achatinidae) in agriculture and Horticulture ecosystem 39 Rohini Sugandhi Entomophatogens for the management of stored grains pests 72 Name of Date of Chairman Submission Dr. R. S. Poddar Dr. M. T. Sharma Dr. S. M. Mundinamani Dr. L. Krishna Naik Dr. R. R. Patil Dr. R.K. Patil Dr. J.S. Awaknavar Ranjith Kumar Population dynamics, baseline susceptibility, genetic divergence and management of brinjal shoot and fruit borers Lucinodes orbanalis G. in south India. 41 Halappa B. Population dynamics, molecular diversity and management of leaf hopper, Amrasca biguttula biguttulla (Ishida) in Bt and non Bt cotton. 42 Vivek Uppar Evaluation of different management strategies against thrips in Bt cotton. M.Sc. (Agri.) 43 Neelakka Goudar Studies on maize cob borer complex and their management 44 Ramarao Bioefficacy of phyto formulations against mulberry thrips Pseudodendrothrips mori (N) and their effect on mulberry and silkworm Dr. B.V. Patil Dr. R.K. Patil Dr. B. S. Nandihalli Dr. C.P. Mallapur Dr. S.G. Rayar
83 Sl. Name of the No. Student Title of Thesis 45 Venkanna R. Studies on seasonal incidences loss estimation and management of bhendi fruit borers. 46 Vijay Raghavendra Studies on the major insect pests of sapota with special reference to sapota fruit borer, Physila erythrolopia Hanpsm and its management 47 Girija T. Impact of groundnut crop based intercropping system on insect pests and their natural enemies. 48 Pritam Chakraborty Studies on seasonal incidence, biology and management of flower bud maggot, Dasineura gossypii Fletcher on cotton. 49 Manjunath Yaligar Rearing performance of erisilkworm Samia cynthia ricini Biosduval on different species of terminalia and its impact on cocoon quantity. 50 Jeer Vinayak Species composition of white grubs in rainfed ecosystem of Dharwad and evaluation of EC formulations of Metarhizium anisopliae (More) Serosin. 51 Kuber R. Doddabharamappa nnavar Seasonal incidence, biology and economic injury level of Thysanoplusia orichalcea (Fab.) in soybean. 73 Name of Date of Chairman Submission Dr. R.A. Balikai Dr. K.B. Goud Dr. Hegde M.G Dr. S.T. Prabhu Dr. G.M. Patil Dr. R.R. Patil Dr. R.H. Patil Sneha Kulkarni Evaluation of insecticides against maize stem borers and their phytotoxicity to maize. 53 Prakash Batnalli Effect of intercropping system on the incidence of key pests of safflower and their management. 54 Smitha Hittalmani Ecofriendly management of mulberry thrips Pseudodendrothrips mori. 55 Satish Mullur Studies on population dynamics and biology of stem borer Chilo partellus on grain sorghum and maize. 56 Rohith K.A. Insecticide resistance management strategies for sucking pests in Bt cotton. 57 Somashekhar H. Studies on vertical screening, monitoring and management of paddy yellow stem borer Scirpophaga incertulas (W) in rainfed ecosystem of U.K. district Dr. C.P. Mallapur Dr. Shekharappa Dr. S.G. Rayar Dr. Shekharappa Dr. B.S. Nandihalli Dr. Javaregowda
84 Sl. Name of the Name of Date of Title of Thesis No. Student Chairman Submission 58 Manjunath G. Naik Studies on population dyanamics, Dr. C.P. Mallapur vertical screening and management of pod borer, Maruca vitrata (Geyi) in Black gram. 59 Anil Sajjan Seasonal incidence and management Dr. C.M. Rafee of brinjal pests with special reference to shoot and fruit borer, Leucinodes orboriation (quen.) 60 M.D. Salauddin Population dyanamics of arthropods Dr. R.K. Patil as influenced by different farming and agro ecosystem. 61 Vijaykumar Airani Impact of supplementation of Azolla pinnata (R. Branon) the silkworm B. mori (L.) on growth and cocoon parameters. Dr. G.M. Patil Department of Agricultural Extension Education Ph.D. 62 Sidram A study on crop residues management for livestock by farmers M.Sc. (Agri.) 63 Akshat K. Kerur A Study on Crop Residues Management for Livestock By Farmers 64 Rajeshwari N. A Management of IFS Farms in Northern Dr. Jagadeesh G. Angadi Dr. Nagaratna Biradar Dr. S. S. Dolli Department of Agricultural Microbiology Ph.D. 65 B.V.Pavitra Isolation, characterization and screening of phtotrophic purple non sulphur bacteria (PPNSB) in paddy (Oryza sativa) M.Sc. (Agri) 66 Sowmya A Interactions between Glomus macrocarpum and the best compatible biocontrol agent on growth and yield of Chilli (Capsicum annuum L) 67 Umesh Impact Assessment of Elevated CO2 and / OR temperature conditions on the genetic and functional diversity of phyllosphere microorganisms of groundnut 68 Asha A.N Impact of elevated carbon dioxide and /or temperature on arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal community in groundnut rhizosphere soil Dr. M. N. Sreenivasa Dr. M.N.Sreenivasa Dr. P. Jones Nirmalnath Dr. P. Jones Nirmalnath
85 Sl. Name of the No. Student Title of Thesis 69 Parvati Evaluation of actinobacteria for the biocontrol of bacterial wilt of tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L.) caused by Ralstonia solanacearum E. F. Smith Department of Agricultural Statistics M.Sc. (Agri) 70 Gurupadappa B Development of Decision Support Nesur System for Cotton and Sugarcane 71 Himanshu Shekar Estimation of Potato Yield in Relation to Weather Parameters 72 Jayalaxmi Estimation of Birth Weight of Newborns Based on Fetal Weight 73 Pramodkumar K N Estimation of Yield in Groundnut Based on Weather Parameters 74 Sowmya H.S. Statistical study on Weather Parameters and Their Effect Over Crop Shifting in Dharwad District of Karnataka Department of Agronomy Ph.D. 75 Shivamurthy, D Leaf Reddening in Bt Cotton: Yield Loss Assessment and Nutrient Management Approach 76 Rajendra A. Weed Management Studies in Bt Nandagavi Cotton 77 Kantesh Gandolkar Sequential Application of Herbicides for Weed Management in Drill Sown and Transplanted Onion (Allium cepa l.) 78 Manjunatha S. B. Nutrient Management Studies for Higher Productivity of Bt Cotton 79 Manjith Kumar B. R. M.Sc. (Agri) 80 Sangappa Hotti Lakkappanavar (Gossypium hirsutum l.) Effect of Conservation Agriculture Practices on Productivity and Resource Use Efficiency in Maize- Chickpea Sequence Cropping. Effect of Irrigation, zinc and boron on growth and yield of Greengram (Vigna radiata L.) 81 Santosh Pagad Precision Nutrient Management in Maize 82 Shruthi G. K. Efficacy of Sequential Application of Pre and Post Emergence Herbicides in Greengram (Vigna radiata L.) In Northern Transitional Tract of Karnataka Name of Chairman Dr. K.S. Jagadeesh 75 Date of Submission Dr. A. R. S. Bhat June, 2014 Dr. S. N. Megeri June, 2014 Dr. Ashalatha K. June, 2014 V. Mr. Y N Havaldar June, 2014 Dr. A.R.S.Bhat June, 2014 Dr. D. P. Biradar Dr. S. I. Halikatti 2014 Dr. S. I. Halikatti 2014 Dr. D. P. Biradar Dr. S. S. Angadi Dr. S. S. Angadi 2014 Dr. M. P. Potdar 2014 Dr. S. R. Salakinkop
86 Sl. Name of the No. Student 83 Sharvan Kumar Yadav Title of Thesis Nutrient Management Through Organics in Summer Mungbean (Vigna radiata l. W.) 84 Kamaiah Inalli Efficacy of Tank Mixture Herbicides for Weed Control in Maize (Zea mays L.) 85 Amit M. Pujar Response of Sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) To graded levels of Sulphur and Sulphur Oxidizing Biofertilizer (Thiobacillus thiooxidans) 86 Anjhu George Influence of in-situ Moisture Conservation Practice, Date of Sowing and Row Spacing on Yield and Malting Quality of Barley Under Rainfed Condition 87 Narendra Babu H.C Efficacy of Tank Mix Herbicides and Sequential Applications on Growth and yield of groundnut (Arachis hypogaea l.) 88 Pradeepa T. M. Effect of Mode of Fertilization on Growth and Yield of Cowpea (Vigna unguiculata (l.) Walp.) Genotypes 89 Mallikarjun C. Shirol Mulching and Nutrient Management Practices to Enhance the Productivity of Bt cotton 90 Vinod Kumar H.M. Foliar Nutrition in Groundnut (Arachis hypogaea L.) 91 Ravi Maruti Khidrapure 92 Lakkappa Jiddimani 93 Manjunath N. Channammanavar Improving Nitrogen Use Efficiency Through Split Application of Nitrogen in Rainfed kharif Sorghum [Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench] Sequential Application of Pre and Post Emergence Herbicides Against Weeds in Green gram (Vigna radiata l.) Sequential application of herbicides on weed dynamics, growth and yield of soybean [Glycine max (L.) Merrill] 76 Name of Date of Chairman Submission Dr. H. B. Babalad Dr. B.N. Aravinda Kumar Dr. B. N. Aravinda Kumar Dr. C. P. Mansur 2014 Dr. Ramesh Babu 2014 Dr. Ganajaxi Math 2014 Dr. Sudha T Dr. S. R Salakinkop Dr. V. S. Kubsad 2014 Dr. H. T. Chandranath 2014 Dr. J. A. Hosmath Mahadev Pattiyali Foliar Nutrition in Chilli Dr.G.B.Shashidhar 2014 Department of Biochemistry M.Sc. (Agri) 95 Dhathri N.R. Provenance Effect on Morphochemical, Morpho-Genetic Charactgerization of Oil of Hydnocarpus pentandra 96 Basavaraj A. Chandappagol Seed Viability and Biochemical Changes Associated with Accelearated Ageing in Soybean Dr. P. Raman Smt. Olekar Nagarthna
87 Sl. Name of the No. Student Title of Thesis 97 Rashmi R. Evaluating the Expression of Biochemical Metabolites in Response to Insect Damage and Mechanical Damage Followed by Insect Damage in Cotton (Gossypium hirsutum) Genotypes Department of Biotechnology Ph.D. 98 Mahale Barku Manohar M.Sc. (Agri) 99 Kabrambam Dasanta Singh Agrobacterium tumefaciens mediated transformation of pigeonpea for independent expression of cry1ac, cry2aa, cry1 F and cry1acm against Helicoverpa armigera and molecular analyses of selected events. Biochemical and molecular studies of the anti-phytopathogenic trait in actinomycetes 100 Nethravathi A.H. Isolation and molecular characterization of salt tolerant genes from marine bacteria 101 Yogesh Bhagat Characterization of Tomato Trangenic events carrying Remusatia vivipara lectin and Sclerotium rolfsii lectin genes and their validation for their nature of resistance to Root Knot nematode, White fly and leaf hopper 102 Richard Lalproi Development of PTGS Construct for Silencing of Δd desaturase gene in cotton 103 Prasanna N. S. Genetic Diversity and Marker Trait Association Studies in Linseed 104 Sudhakar Reddy Studies on identification of polymorphic markers between DS - 28(G. hirsutum) and SBYF-425(G. barbadense) using different molecular systems Department of Crop Physiology Ph.D. 105 Mukesh Kumar Meena Influence of vacuum packing on seed physiology and quality in different field crops 106 Renukaswamy N.S Role of fungicides (opera 18.3 % SE) in inducing stress tolerance in soybean Name of Chairman Dr. H. M. Vamadevaiah 77 Date of Submission Dr. B. Fakrudin Dr. P.U.Krishnaraj Dr. Narayan Moger Dr. Ramesh Bhat Dr. H. M. Vamadevaiah Dr. Suma Mogali Dr. I.S. Katageri Dr. M. B. Chetti Dr. M. B. Chetti
88 Sl. Name of the No. Student Title of Thesis 107 Savita S.Hullur Studies on variation for P uptake and PUE, biochemical and physiological basis of higher PUE and P uptake in soybean M.Sc. (Agri.) 108 Ajitkumar S Screening of maize genotypes for drought tolerance 109 Kiran B.A Effect of temperature regimes on the productivity on chickpea genotypes 110 Megha B.R. Potassium induced salinity tolerance in maize 111 Preeti Kallur Physiological assessment of sunflower hybrids for productivity 112 Priyanka Bharti Physiological basis of photosynthetic productivity in soybean genotypes 113 Santosh K.S Morpho-physiological characterization of soybean mutants for yield and yield attributes 114 Vani Sangolli Zinc nutrition and its relation with drought tolerance in chickpea Department of Genetics & Plant Breeding Ph.D. 115 Manish Sharma Heterosis and combining abiity studies in chilli (Capsicum annuum L.) 116 Venkatesha K.T. Studies on resitance to jassids (Amrasca devastans Dist.) in cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) 117 Pranesh K.J. Exploitation of heterotic group through reciprocal selection for combining ability in cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) 118 Shadakshari T.V. Genetic analysis of drought tolerance maize ( Zea mays L.) 119 Bangaramma S.W. Genetic characterization of advance breeding lines derived from recombination and irradiation in desi cotton 120 Madhura C. Genetic analysis of trichome density in relation of jassid resistance in cotton M.Sc. (Agri.) 121 Venkatesh Association analysis for taronomic traits using transposon specific markers (AhMITE) in a mutant population of Groundnut 122 Shruti Korrddi Stability of promising gentoypes for their productivity and screening for rust resistance in soybean (Glycine max (L) Merrill) 78 Name of Date of Chairman Submission Dr. R. V. Koti Dr.B.T.Ninganur Dr.V.P.Chimmad Dr.M.B.Doddamani Dr.B.B.Channappag oudar Dr.M.B.Chetti Dr.U.V.Mummigatti Dr.C.M.Nawalagatti Dr.O.Sridevi Dr.Rajesh S.Patil Dr.S.S.Patil Dr.G.Shanthakumar Dr.S.T.Kajjidoni Dr.M.V.C.Gowda Dr.Vijyakumar A.G Dr.G.T.Basavaraja
89 Sl. Name of the No. Student Title of Thesis 123 Pavithra N.R. Genetic studies on seed longevity in soybean (Glycine max (L.) Merrill) 79 Name of Date of Chairman Submission Dr.G.T.Basavaraja Shakuntala M.Hosamani Combining ability analysis of new restorers developed for resitance to alternaria leaf blight disease in sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) 125 Brunda S.M. Genetic variability, correlation, diversity in fox tail millet for grain yield and nutrition 126 Naveen kumar K.L. Estimation of combining ability and heterosis for grain yield and its component traits in newly developed inbred lines of maize (Zea mays L.) 127 Dhannjay Nagannavar Genetic study of root traits in drought tolerant genotypes and stability analysis in rainfed rice ( Oryza sativa L.) 128 Lokesh H. Evaluation of Cytoplasmic male sterile based hybrids of pigeonpea (Cajanus cajana) 129 Maddeppa Mallimar 130 Manjunathswamy. N.Hiremath 131 Channappagoud Patil Genetic analysis of micronutrient content in rice (Oryza sativa L.) Confirmation and expression analysis of transgenic events for pest tolerance in cotton. Genetic variability studies in free threshable segregating and advanced mutant population of wheat (Triticum dicoccum (schranta) schubles) 132 Ravikulkarni Genetic studies of yield and fibre quality traits in intra hirsutum (Gossypum hirsutum crosses) 133 Maruti A.Laddi Genetic variability for morphophysiological traits influence on moisture tolerance in cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) 134 Vinodkumar S.Pattar Genetic studies in new safflower (Carthumus tinctoris L.) genotypes 135 Naveenkumar.V. Genetic studies for turcicum leaf blight resistance in selected crosses in maize. Department of Plant Pathology Ph.D. 136 Raju J. Morphological, molecular characterization and Early Detection of Ganoderma Sp. Affecting perennial plants. Dr.H.L.Nadaf Dr.M.Y.Kamatar Dr.G.Shanthakumar Dr.N.G.Hanamaratti Dr.B.R.Patil Dr.P.Surendra Dr.Manjula.S.M Dr.V.Rudra Naik Dr.Manjula.S.M Dr.I.S.Katageri Dr.Rajesh.S.Patil Dr.S.K.Deshpande Dr. S. T. Naik
90 Sl. Name of the No. Student Title of Thesis 137 Jayalakshmi K. Studies on lectins for suppression of soil borne pathogens 138 Ranganath Swamy Studies on Characterization and management of mycotoxin producing organisms in groundnut with special reference to Aspergillus havus L. Ex Fries. 139 Santoshreddy Fruit rot of chilli, its diversity, Machenahalli characterization, epidemiology and integrated management 80 Name of Date of Chairman Submission Dr. S. Lingaraju Dr. S. T. Naik Dr. V. B. Nargund Raghu S. Studies on chilli wilt complex disease. Dr. V. I. Benagi Swamy K. M. Studies on virus derived coat protein mediated resistance against bud necrosis diseases in ground nut (Arachis hypogea L.) M.Sc. (Agri) 142 Ramya T. S. Studies on non-chemical management of major fungal foliar diseases of Garden pea (Pisum sativam L.) 143 Sukrutha Herle G. Investigation on Early Blight of potato caused by Alternaria solani (Ellis and Martin ) Jones and Grout Dr. M. S. Patil Dr. V. I. Benagi Dr. B. C. Kamanna Madhu M. R. Investigation on safflower leaf spot caused by Alternaria Carthami chowdhury 145 Anand I. Doddaganagi Investigation on Bacterial wilt of Ginger caused by Ralstonia solanacearum (E. F. Smith) yabucchi et al. 146 Nazia Manzar Studies on disease complex involving reniform nematode & Ralstonia solanacearum on Bt. cotton 147 Rathnamma Studies on Little Leaf of Brinjal caused by Candidatus phytoplasma trifolii 148 Sangeetha K. D. Studies on variability and management of Alternaria spp. causing leaf blight of cotton 149 Sharada H. Studies on identification of physiological races and integrated management of Phakopsora pachyrhizi syd. causing soybean rust Dr. M. P. Basavarajappa Dr. M. R. Ravikumar Dr. S. Lingaraju Dr. M. S. Patil Dr. S. A. Astaputre Dr. Shamarao Jahagirdar
91 Sl. Name of the No. Student Title of Thesis 150 Ananth Kurella Mass production of Paecilomyces lilacinus (Thom) Samson and Bio efficacy against root knot nematode infecting tomato 151 Kavyashree M. C. Studies on fungal foliar diseases of green gram Vigna radiata (L) Wilczek. 81 Name of Date of Chairman Submission Dr. M. S. L. Rao Dr. K. B. Yadahalli Chidanand M. Studies on mycotoxins in maize with Dr. S. T. Naik Lokapur special reference to aflatoxin 153 Anusha B. G. Mass production of paecilomyces Dr. Shripad Kulkarni lilacinus (Thom) Samson and Bio efficacy against root knot nematode infecting tomato 154 Soumya V. Goudar Studies on Loss Assessment and Dr. S. I. Harlapur host plant resistance against maidis leaf blight of maize 155 Lingaraj Dip Studies on variability, epidemiology Dr. A. R. Hundekar and management of brown leaf spot of tobacco caused Alternaria alternate (Fr.) Kiessler 156 Preeti C. Hurakadli Studies on Banana viruses Dr. A. S. Byadagi Department of Seed Science & Technology Ph.D. 157 Arunkumar Standardization of seed production technologies in lucerne (Medicago sativa L.) 158 Puneeth Raj M. S Seed technological studies in forage oat cultivars (Avena sativa L.) 159 Malik Rehan I. Jamadar Effect of sowing dates, nutrients and seed treatments on seed yield and quality of GCH-7 hybrid castor (Ricinus communis L. 160 Bharamraj Badiger Studies on seed yield, quality and longevity in soybean (Glycine max L.) Merrill.) M.Sc. (Agri) 161 Arun Kumar D. Pre and post emergence control measures for shootfly incidence and its influence on seed yield and quality of little millet (Panicum sumatrense) 162 Sujatha M. Studies on seed hardening, nipping and foliar spray of cycocel on growth, yield and quality of chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) 163 Veeranna Gadad Effect of spacing and mother plant nutrition on crop growth, seed yield, quality and storability of sesame (Sesamum indicum L.) Dr. V. K. Deshpande Dr. B. S Vyakaranahal Dr. M. N. Merwade Dr. Ravi Hunje Dr. A. S. Channaveerswami Dr. D. S. Uppar Dr. R. B. Jolli
92 Sl. Name of the No. Student Title of Thesis 164 Shruti N. Effect of seed treatment with fungicide, insecticide and bioagents on seed germinability and vigour of chilli seeds during storage 165 Gireesh Palankar Effect of major and micronutrients, plant spacing and stages of picking on seed yield and quality of cluster bean (Cyamopsis tetragonoloba L. TAUB) 166 Fazulla Shariff A Studies on organic seed production and storability in green gram (Vigna radiata L. Wilczek) 167 Nagaraja L. B. Effect of pulsed electromagnetic field on seed yield, quality and storability of greengram [Vigna radiata (L.) Wilczek] Name of Chairman Dr. B. S. Vyakaranahal Dr. T. A. Malabasari Dr. Ashok Sajjan Dr. Ravi Hunje 82 Date of Submission Irappa Jakati Influence of micronutrients on field performance and polymer seed coating with chemicals on storability of sweet corn [Zea mays (l.) saccharata] 169 Anupama Angadi Optimization of micronutrients and growth regulators on seed production and size grading on seed quality in perennial fodder sorghum Dr. R. B. Jolli Dr. Vinodkumar Department of Soil Science Ph.D. 170 Denis Magnus Ken Amara Studies on Soil Resources in Singhanalli Begur Micro Watershed of Northern Transitional zone of Karnataka Through Remote Sensing and GIS Techniques 171 Karam Abdelazin Studies on Irrigation Regimes and Fertigation level on Soil Properties, Yield and Quality of Tomoto (Solanum lycopersicum L.) Under Greenhouse Dr. P.L.Patil Dr. H.T.Channal Sayyadsaheb Nadaf Chacterization of Sugarcane Growing in Vertisols of North Karnataka and Response of Sugarcane (Saccharum officinarum L.) to Identified Micronutrients Constraints by GIS Technique Dr. P.L.Patil
93 Sl. Name of the No. Student Title of Thesis M.Sc. (Agri.) 173 Chidanand Hallur Studies on Zinc, Iron and Boron Nutrition on Yield Quality and Nutrient Uptake by Cabbage (Brassica Oleracea Var. Captitata L.) in Northern Transition Zone of Karnataka. Name of Chairman 83 Date of Submission Prof. C.M.Poleshi Sabyasachi Majumdar Studies on C,N,P and S Dynamics under Different Land Use Systems of a Micro Watershed in Northern Transition Zone of Karnataka Dr. P.L.Patil Bincy K. Varkey Characterization of Municipal Waste Water and its Effect on Soil Properties around Hubli City in North Karnataka. Dr. G.S.Dasog Geetha G.P. Phosphorus Management in Soybean Dr. B.M. Radder Sowmya D. Effect of Nutrient Sources on Soil Dr. K.K.Math Fertility and Cowpea Productivity in Vertisol of Northern Transition Zone of Karnataka 178 Jahnavi Katti Studies on the transformation of Carbon, Nitrogen, Phosphours and Sulphur Under different Nutrient Management Practices and Cropping Systems in Vertisol of Northern Transition Zone of Karnataka Dr.K.M.Math Shrishail Arabhavi Studies on Zinc Sulphate and Borax on Yield Quality and Nutrient uptake by Knol. khol (Brassica oleracea Var. gonglodesl.) In Alfisols under Northern Transition Zone of Karnataka. Prof. C.M.Poleshi Rajashekhar L. Effect of Fly Ash and Organic Manure on Growth of Tree Borne Oil Seed Simarouba Gluca Seedling and Properties of Potting Mixture 181 Jeetendra Prakash Characterization of Soils and Soil Organic Matter Fractions of selected tree Plantations Dr. N.A.Yaledhalli Dr. M.Hebbara Shivarajkumar Kamble Effect of long term irrigation with Biomethanated spentwash on properties of vertisol and performance of sugarcane crop Dr. M.Hebbara
94 Sl. Name of the No. Student 183 Veerendrapatel G.M. Title of Thesis Studies on Monopotassium Phosphate fertilizer application on yield and quality of Byadagi Chilli in a vertisol of Northern transitional zone of Karnataka 84 Name of Date of Chairman Submission Dr. B.I.Bidari Ashok S. Sindagi Studies on levels of Phosphorus and Sulphur on Yield, Quality and Uptake of Nutrients by Chickpea in a Vertisol under irrigation Dr. N.S.Hebsur College of Agriculture, Vijayapur Sl. Name of the Title of Thesis No. Student Department of Agronomy 185 Appalal Naik Effect of Phosphorus levels on Green gram [Vigna radiata (L) Wilczek] Genotypes in Northern Dry Zone. 186 Mamathashree Effect of foliar spray of water soluble C.M. fertilizer on growth and yield of pigeonpea. 187 Sangeeta N.P. Effect of crop geometry on pearl millet 188 Maktumsab M.Tahshildar 189 Sadashivangowda S.N.O under dryland conditions Planting geometry and nutrient requirement of pigeonpea under zai method of cultivation in dry land situation. Response of Mothbean [Vigna aconitifolia (Jacq.) Marecal] genotypes to spacing and organics under dryland situation. Department of Agricultural Economics 190 Amrutraj Regulated Markets in Karnataka: Irangouda Patil Current Status, Future Needs, Innovations, Challenges and Opportunities 191 Gunabhagya Production and Marketing of Chrysanthemum Flower in Tumkur District An Economic Analysis 192 Range Gowda Poverty in India and Karnataka: Ranganath Estimation, Determinants, 193 Shreedevi Bhogesh Sharanadavar Vulnerability and Coping Strategies Production and Export Performance of Indian Silk Industry: An Economic Analysis Name of Chairman Dr. S.B.Devaranavadagi Date of Submission June 2014 Dr. M.B.Patil June 2014 Dr.V.S.Surakod June 2014 Dr.M.B.Guled June 2014 Dr.S.C.Alagundagi July 2014 Dr.V.R.Kiresur Dr.S.S.Guledgudda Dr.V.R.Kiresur Dr.S.S.Guledgudda
95 Sl. Name of the No. Student 194 Shweta Gangadhar Byahatti 195 Lokesh Shrinivasaiah Title of Thesis Economic Analysis of Impact of River Water Quality on Agriculture and Rural Livelihoods A Case Study of Bhima River in Karnataka A Socio-Economic Probe into Impacts of Drought on Livelihoods of Farmers in Bijapur District, Karnataka Department of Agricultural Entomology 196 Lingaraju G.H. Studies on major sucking insect pests of pigeon pea in northern dry zone of Karnataka 197 Indusri Chavan Management of sucking pests of rabi sorghum in the northern dry zone of Karnataka 198 Anand Katti Faunastic studies on storage pests of cereals and pulses and their natural enemies in Bijapur District 199 Biradarpatil K.A. Studies on crop loss estimation and management of capsule borer, Helicoverpa armigera (Hubner) in safflower 200 Vani M.N. Investigations on seasonal dynamics and insecticides sensitivity of safflower aphid Uroleucon compositae Homoptera (Theobald) Aphididae: Department of Genetics and Plant Breeding 201 Deepak.G.C. Line x Tester analysis across environments for stalk sugar yield traits in Sweet Sorghum 202 Ishwar.H.Boodi Genetic studies on iron absorption efficiency in groundnut (Arachis hypogaea L.) 203 Swamy.N. Genetic diversity studies for shoot fly tolerance and productivity trains in rabi sorghum (Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench) 204 Vishwegowda Variability an dstability analysis of newly derived S6 lines of Maize (Zea maize L.) Department of Plant Pathology 205 Mr.Balabheem Hugar Variability in Alternaria helianthi (Hansf.) Tubaki and Nishihara incitant of leaf blight of sunflower 206 Mr.Bheemaraya.A. Sunflower powdery mildew caused by Erysiphe cichoracearum DC.- Epidemiological considerations 85 Name of Chairman Date of Submission Dr.R.S.Poddar Dr.R.S.Poddar Dr.A.P.Biradar June 2014 Dr.J.S.Awaknavar June 2014 Dr.J.S.Awaknavar June 2014 Dr.S.B.Jagginavar June 2014 Dr.S.S.Udikeri June 2014 Dr.G.M.Sajjanar June, 2014 Dr.B.D.Biradar June, 2014 Dr.B.D.Biradar June, 2014 Dr.M.C.Wali June, 2014 Dr.S.N.Chattannavar Dr.M.M.Jamadar
96 Sl. Name of the No. Student Title of Thesis 207 Mr.Hanamanth Nature of slow rusting resistance in pearl millet genotypes 208 Ms.Priya.R.U. Investigations of purple blotch of onion ( Allium cepa L.) caused by Alternaria porri. 209 Ms.Roopadevi Investigations on anthracnose of green gram [Vigna radiate (L). Wilczek] caused by Colletotrichm truncatum (Schw.) Andrus & Moore 86 Name of Chairman Date of Submission Dr.P.V.Patil Dr.A.R.Sataraddi Dr.M.M.Jamadar College of Rural Home Science, Dharwad Sl.No. Name of the Student Title of Thesis Extension and Communication Management M.H.Sc. 210 Preety Impact of nutrition and health education intervention on rural high school students Name of Major Advisor Dr. Uma S. Hiremath Date of Submission Noora Shalomey D. Sangama D. Grace Priyanka Content analysis of english rural magazines Effect of extension teaching methods in diffusion of nutritional aspects of minor millets for rural women Dr. D. A. Nithya Shree Dr. Chhaya Badiger Department of Family Resource Management Ph.D. 213 MHSc Deepa Naik Women in Dairy Farming an analysis of human cost of work 214 Yogita V. Masur Impact of Entrepreneurship Development Programmes on Women of Dharwad District Dr. P.R.Sumangala June 2014 Dr. Veena Jadhav June Shreedevi B. Mugalkhod Knowledge of Rural High School Students on Consumerism in Dharwad Taluka Dr. Renuka S. Salunke June 2014 Department of Food Science and Nutrition Ph.D. 216 Ms Shilpa Guddad Nutritional status and strategy to combat malnutrition among preschool children of rural Dharwad Dr. Pushpa Bharati June
97 87 Sl.No. MHSc 217 Name of the Student Alomib Austina Ribanar 218 Vanishree K. Umaraj 219 Title of Thesis Designing Sorghum (Sorghum Bicolor (L.) Moench) flakes based snack bar for nutritional and health benefits of children Nutritional education- A strategy for management of Kidney stones Sonal S Aigal Development and evaluation of ready to cook Foxtail millet (Setaria italic L.) flakes 220 Shambhavi S. Effect of Dehydration on antioxidants in Dungi Amla Department of Human Development and Family studies Ph.D. 221 Kamalavva Bailur Infant attachment- Correlates and Intervention M.H.Sc. 222 Anuradha Mahapatra Social and Cognitive Skills of High School Children Name of Major Advisor Date of Submission Dr. Hemalatha June 2014 Dr. Usha Malagi Nov Dr. Bharati Chinmad Dr. Pushpa Bharati Nov Jan.2015 Dr. Pushpa Khadi Dr. Ganga.V.Yenagi Banrisha Basaiawmoit Emotional Competence and Family Environment of School Children Dr.Saraswati.C. Hunshal Kasanchi M. Sangma Resiliency in Children in Late childhood and its correlates. Dr. Pushpa Khadi Mamatha.A.S Mental ability and Adjustment among Retired Senior citizens 226 Renabeni.T. Behaviour of Children in Late Murry Childhood of Dharwad and Wokha regions. 227 Soumya. K. Behaviour Problems among Students of Government Primary School. 228 Suma.M.M Health status, Mental health and Parenting Stress of parents and Children s adjustment in Dual and Single parent families. Department of Textile and Apparel Designing Ph.D. 229 Rajkumari Dhanalaxmidevi Eco-friendly Antimicrobial Finishes on Natural Colour Cotton Knits 230 Shwetha Documentation and Contemporizing Mariyappanavar the Ethnic Costumes of Conservative Societies Inhabited in Karnataka Dr. Lata Pujar Dr. Pushpa Khadi Dr. V.S.Yadav Dr. Sunanda Itagi Dr. Jyoti V. Vastrad Dr. Shailaja D. Naik
98 Sl.No. Name of the Student Title of Thesis Name of Major Advisor 88 Date of Submission M.H.Sc. 231 Leela Walmiki Designing Adaptive Clothing Styles for Dr. Jyoti V. Vastrad Visually Impaired Children 232 Parveenkausar Blend analysis of trouser materials Dr. Sadhana D M. L Kulloli 233 Renuka P. Medar Clothing merchandising and Dr. Sadhana D consumer behaviour Kulloli 234 Shabinabanu Asymmetrical outfits with variegated Dr. Shailaja D Nadaf hemlines Nayak College of Forestry, Sirsi Sl.No. Name of the Student Forest Biology & Tree Improvement M.Sc. (For.) 235 Vaneshree M. Hegde Title of Thesis Documenting Diversity to develop Community Biodiversity Register for Tropical Fruit Trees Genetic Resources in Central Western Ghats 236 Tajum doni Effect of elevated CO 2 concentration on seedling growth of Calophyllum inophyllum and Madhuca indica 237 Seema K. Documentation and Characterisation of tropical fruit tree genetic resources and associated ITK in coastal and upghat regions of Uttara Kannada Central Western Ghats 238 Shankar M. Studies on seed moisture content pre sowing treatment and storage media & containers on seed germination and seedling quality in Garcinia gummigutta Department of Silviculture and Agroforestry M.Sc. (For) 239 K. B. Chaya Standardization of Nursery Techniques In Lagerstroemia lanceolata 240 Tajum Doni Effect of elevated carbon dioxide concentration on seedling growth of Calophyllum inophyllum and Madhuca indica 241 Noorandappa Assessment of response to Lamani elevated carbon dioxide concernstration in Santalum alba Name of Major Advisor Date of Submission Dr. Vasudeva R. June 2014 Dr. G.V.Nayak August 2014 Dr. Javaregowda August 2014 Krishna A. July 2014 Dr. K. S. September, Channabasappa 2014 G. V. Nayak August,2014 Ramesh Rathod March,2014 3
99 2.9. Library 89 The library at different campuses is being utilized by students / teachers / scientists/ other staff of various establishments like Colleges, Research Stations, Extension Education Units, Krishi Vijnan Kendra and Diploma Colleges etc. Various aspects of working of the library at different campuses during the year under report is given below. Table 1. Annual Working Days at different Campuses. Dharwad Vijayapur Hanumanamatti Sirsi Table 2. Library Membership Type of Members Dharwad Vijayapur Hanumanamatti Sirsi Total 1. Staff Ph. D M. Sc U.G Diploma TOTAL Table 3. Usage Literature referred in the library Books borrowed Books Back volumes Current issues Campus Per Per Per Per Total Total Total Total day day day day Dharwad Vijayapur Sirsi Hanumanamatti Table 4. New Additions Thesis Seminar Campus Books Journals UAS UAS Reports Pamphlets Gift Books scripts Dharwad B luru Dharwad Vijayapur Sirsi H matti
100 90 Table 5. Journal subscription Campus Paid Indian Foreign Exchange Gratis Total Dharwad Vijayapur Sirsi Hanumanamatti Table 6. Book Bank Service Campus No. of books available No. of books issued Special issue for General SC/ST General SC/ST JRF aspirants Dharwad Vijayapur Sirsi Hanumanamatti Table 7. Reprographic Service Campus No. of exposures taken Official Purpose On payment Total Dharwad Vijayapur Sirsi Hanuamanamatti Table 8. Receipts (In Rupees) Campus Overdue charges Collection from lost tickets Cost recovered from lost books Loss of Readers ticket Text book bank Reprographic service Internet Total Dharwad Vijayapur Sirsi H matti TOTAL Table 9. Other services provided Campus News clippings Internet Journals online CD ROM E-books CABI Abstracts Dharwad Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Vijayapur Yes Yes - Yes - - Sirsi Yes Yes Yes Hanumanamatti Yes Yes - Yes - - 3
101 Table 10. The Expenditure details of ICAR SAU Grants Rs. 74,74,198/- ( ) 91 Name Head of Account Sanctioned Amount (lakh) Expenditure Amount (lakh) Balance Amount (lakh) AC DWD RHSc. UAS HQ Name of the College/Units AC Vijayapur COF Siri AC, H matti Total Rupees in lakh 6950/ / / / / / Nil Nil 13 Nil Nil STUDENTS WELFARE Facilities available for sports/ cultural activities at different teaching campuses of the University Sl. No. of play fields Facilities No. Dharwad Sirsi Vijayapura Hanumanamatti 1 Volleyball Basketball Ball Badminton Kho-Kho Kabaddi Throw ball Cricket Hockey Shuttle Badminton T.T. Hall / Room Tennicoit m track 1 (200 m) 1-13 Multigym Football Auditorium Sports and Cultural activities organised during the year Sl. No 1 2 Events Venue Date Results Football (M) Chess (M & W) 3 Cross Country Race AC, Dharwad AC, H Matti Sept., Sept., 2014 COF, Sirsi 19 Sept., 2014 Winners: COF, Sirsi Runners: AC, Dharwad (Agri.) Winners: AC, Vijayapura Runners: AC, Dharwad Winners: AC, Vijayapura Runners: AC, Dharwad 3
102 Sl. No Events Venue Date Results Table Tennis (M) Table Tennis (W) Cricket (M) Basketball (M) RHSc, Dharwad RHSc, Dharwad AC, Dharwad AC, Vijayapura Jan., Jan., Nov., Dec., 2014 Volleyball (M) AC, Vijayapura 5-6 Feb., 2015 Volleyball (W) COF, Sirsi Feb., 2015 Kho - Kho (M) AC, Vijayapura 5-6 Feb., Kannada Debate (UG) 12 Kannada Debate (PG) 13 Youth Festival (M & W) 14 Athletics (M) Athletics (W) Kabaddi (M) UAS, Dharwad UAS, Dharwad RHSc, Dharwad AC, Dharwad AC, Dharwad AC, Dharwad Feb , Feb., Feb., Jan., 2015 Winners: AC, Dharwad (Agri.) Runners: COF, Sirsi Winners: AC, Dharwad (Agri.) Runners: AC, Dharwad (Ag. Maco.) Winners: AC, Dharwad (Agri.) Runners: AC, Vijayapura Winners: AC, Dharwad (Agri.) Runners: COF, Sirsi Winners: AC, Vijayapura Runners: AC, Dharwad(Agri.) Winners: AC, Dharwad (Agri.) Runners: AC, Dharwad (PG.) Winners: AC, Vijayapura Runners: AC, Dharwad Winners: AC, Vijayapura Runners: AC, Dharwad (Agri.) Winners: AC, Dharwad (PG) Runners: AC, Dharwad (PG) Winners: RHSc, Dharwad Runners: AC, Dharwad (PG.) Winners: AC, Dharwad (Agri.) Runners: COF, Sirsi Winners: AC, Dharwad (Agri.) Runners: RHSc, Dharwad Winners: AC, Dharwad (Agri.) Runners: AC, Vijayapura Participation in Inter-University Competitions S.No Event Venue Date Results 1 Zonal Elocution Contest Tamil Nadu Agricultural 15 Sep., - University, Coimbatore South Zone Inter University Chess (M&W) tournament Vellore Institute of Technology, Vellore Oct., All India Inter University Cross Country Race Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam 18 Oct., South Zone Inter University Football (M) tournament University of Calicut, Calicut Dec., South Zone Inter University Basketball (M) tournament Sathyabama University, Chennai 3-19 Jan.,
103 S.No Event Venue Date Results 6 41 st Kamalnayan Bajaj Memorial National Inter- University Elocution Competition 2015 Shiksha Mandal, Wardha Jan., State Level Kannada Debate Competition KSCFL, Bangalore Karnataka State Open University, Mysore 7 Feb., 2015 PG Debate II Place 8 All India Inter University Taekwondo (M) tournament Anna University, Chennai Mar., th All India Inter Agricultural University Youth Festival National Dairy Research Institute Karnal Mar., 2015 Debate I Place National Cadet Corps (NCC) 110 volunteers participated in Selection trials for enrollment of NCC cadets on conducted at UAS, Play ground. Guard of honor was given to the Hon ble Vice-Chancellor and celebrated Independence day and Republic day. Cadets club of NCC 24 Kar Bn Orgainised Blood Donation Camp on In which 296 volunteers donated blood 54 cadets worked as volunteers for four days from 27 th to 31 st September 2014 during Krishi Mela organized in UAS Dharwad Anand M Mathapathi participated in NIC III camp held at K V III, Colaba Mumbai, from 28 sep to 09 oct Fifteen cadets appeared for B certificate exams on March Boys 8, Girls 7, A grade - 12, B grade-3, C grade Nil, Fail -Nil 3
104 Hostels Hostel Facilities Sl. No. Facilities AC, Dharwad Campus COF, Sirsi AC, H Matti Vijayapura UG PG Ladies Boys Girls Boys Girls Boys Girls 1. Hostel Rooms No. of Boarders Mess bill (Rs. 1966/ Per day) (Monthly) (Monthly) 4. T.V. Hall Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 5. Computers Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 6. Indoor hall Yes - Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 7 Gymnasium/ Multigym Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Reading Room Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 9. Phone Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 10. Guest Rooms Yes - Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Developmental activities undertaken in the Hostel 1. College of Agriculture, Dharwad I. UG Hostel Purchase of 200 reading tables to New Hostel Purchase of 400 cots in new hostel & Raith Bhavan Purchase of 20 SS Steel dining tables and 40 SS benches for new hostel Purchase of 2000 liter capacities 8 syntex tanks Organized Sports/ Cultural / Literary competitions on Hostel day celebrations. II. PG Hostel Cement block fixed in front of the Chetan Block Organized Sports/ Cultural / Literary competitions on Hostel day celebrations. III. Ladies Hostel Purchase of 150 cots and books for Library Purchase of 2 Nos. Flour kneading machine of 25 kg for both mess Organized Sports/ Cultural competitions on Hostel day celebrations 2. College of Forestry, Sirsi 500 ltrs. capacity solar water system fixed to boys Hostel. 501 TV to Ladies hostel Organized Sports/ Cultural competitions on Hostel day celebrations. 3
105 3. College of Agriculture, Hanumanamatti Purchase of 1000 ltr water heater for girls and boys hostels Separate mess for girls hostel Organized Sports/ Cultural competitions on Hostel day celebrations College of Agriculture, Vijayapura Purchase of litres of water purifier Machine UV system PG and Girls hostel Purchase of 500 LPD water heater for Diploma hostels Purchase of 50 LPH water purifier UV system in Diploma hostel Health Care Facilities Sl. No. Facilities Dharwad Campus Vijayapura Cus 1. No. of patients treated during the year 2. No. of patients treated / day 3. No. of patients recommended for specialized treatment 4. Blood grouping / mass immunization / other programmes 5. Building 6. Medical equipments 7. Clinical facilities Sirsi Campus Weekly 10 patients Blood grouping & Donation camp Vaccination done all India study tour students Blood grouping & Donation camp Available Available Available Available Available Not available Available Available Not available 8. Medical Officer Full time Part time Part time NSS Activities Annual Special Camps S.No. College Name of the Village Period 1 College of Agriculture, Dharwad Yalavigi, Tq.Savanur 26 Jan. 1 Feb., College of Agriculture, Vijayapura Hittanalli, Tg. Vijayapur 9-15 Marc., College of Agriculture, Hanumanmatti Kadarmandalgi Tg Mar., 2015 Byadagi 4 College of Rural HomeScience, Dharwad Sahasralli, Tq. Yallapur Jan., College of Forestry,Sirsi Banavasi Tg. Sirsi Mar.,
106 Regular Activities conducted 1. College of Agriculture, Dharwad NSS Volunteers participated and successfully assisted the local police administration in regulating traffic during the Krishi Mela where a large gathering of farmers (around 10 lakhs) across the country assemble to participate in Krishimala-2014 from Sept, The NSS volunteers also took active part in assisting the scientists in organizing and preparing the various Krishi mela spots where the farmers visit. They also participated in the cleaning of Krishimela stall area after the event Participated in state wide cleaning Campaign and Awareness programme against use of plastics launched by UAS Dharwad at Kelageri Tank. H ble Vice-Chancellor inaugurated and launched the campaign along with, DoE, Dean (Agri.), Director o f Research, Dean (Student Welfare), Senior Farm Superintendent. The NSS volunteers cleaned the Kelageri tank and collected plastics, weed plants from the tank. Organized a special training programme on Importance of Yoga in Personality Development for the benefit of NSS volunteers. Dr. Jayashree Kalolgi of Dharwad conducted the training class for the benefit of students. 2. College of Agriculture, Vijayapura On Parthenium Eradication on the campus campaign was organized and was lead by the campus Head Dean(Agri) along with staff. Volunteers Participated in Krishi Mela held on 4 th and 5 th of January 2015 Felicitated Sri. Venkatesh Rampure, Subha B and Ishwar. C. Ramageri who participated in National and State Republic Day Parade January, 2014 & 2015 respectively Sri. Akshaya Matad, Shiva Shantaveer, Halasidda Gavade, Basavaraja Guptha H T, Ishwar C Ramageri, Shahiba A M, Geeta Kalaghatagi, Harsha M Muragod, Subha B and Priyanka Mudenur participated in National Integration Camp at Gulbarga University, from 9-15 February, College of Agriculture, Hanumanmatti In the month of August, Parthenium eradication programme was started to give awareness about Parthenium weed and its harmful effect on health among the NSS Volunteers NSS volunteers were actively involved in the celebration of Independence Day and Republic day 4. College of Forestry, Sirsi Workshop on Breast Cancer for Girls NSS volunteers, Tobacco chewing: Injurious to health on the occasion of world No Tobacco Day and Role of Forests in Carbon Stocking on the occasion of world Forestry Day. NSS PO along with 38 NSS volunteers participated in Land Scape Yatra from Apsarakonda to Halasalli organized by KFD, Honnavar Forest Division Organized Nature camp at Gudavi Bird Sanctuary in collaboration with Karnataka Forest Department, Kargal Wildlife Range. 60 NSS volunteers of COF, Sirsi participated in the camp 3
107 97 5. College of Rural Home Science, Dharwad Introductory classes: Narrated about history, Logo, motto and objectives of NSS, Also discussed about activities to be performed in NSS classes. Students involved in preparing slogans and posters on women harassment to create awareness about implications of harassment. Actively engaged as volunteers in Krishimela duties like, Transport, guiding visitors to find out their intererested stalls and other places. Assisted many committees (awarding Shresht a Krushika & Shreshta Krushi Mahile ), flower arrangements, cleaning, making announcements etc Diploma (Agri.) 1. Diploma (Agri.), Dharwad One student participated in UAS Inter Collegiate Chess tournament at COF, Sirsi Two students participated in UAS Inter Collegiate Volleyball tournament at AC, Vijayapura Ten students participated in UAS Inter Collegiate Youth Festival at RHSc, Dharwad 2. Diploma (Agri.), Kumta One student participated in UAS Inter Collegiate Chess tournament at COF, Sirsi Two students participated in UAS Inter Collegiate Volleyball tournament at AC, Vijayapura 3. Diploma (Agri.), Nippani Two students participated in UAS Inter Collegiate Volleyball tournament at AC, Vijayapura Ten students participated in UAS Inter Collegiate Youth Festival at RHSc, Dharwad Students participated in Krishi Andolan organized by Department of Agriculture 3
110 3 Research 3.1 New varieties/hybrids in different crops accepted for release during the year Sl. No. I MILLETS Crop Variety Special Features 1 Foxtail millet DHFt Semi compact, uniform maturing and more number of tillers with long ear. Seeds are bold, ears yellowish with % protien content 2 Little millet DHLM 36-3 Uniform maturing and more number of tillers with long ears. Seeds are bold and black with 8.92 % protien content 3 Proso millet DHPM Barnyard millet DHB Finger millet DHFM 78-3 Uniform maturing and more number of tillers with long ears. Seeds are bold and yellow with % protien content Uniform maturing and more number of tillers with long ears. Seeds are bold and greenish white with % protien content Uniform maturing and more number of tillers with long ears. Seeds are bold and brown with 6.50 % protien content II GRAIN LEGUME 1 Cowpea DC 15 Early and uniform maturing with long pods and medium bold brown seeds. Determinate and compact with single picking harvest III COMMERCIAL CROPS 1 Chilli DC Onion BHIMA SUPER Early and uniform maturing with long pods and medium bold brown seeds. Determinate and compact with single picking harvest The variety produces high quality round bulbs with maximum number of single centered bulbs. Suited for both kharif and late kharif planting. Contains 10 to 11 % TSS. Attains maturity in 100 to 105 days and 110 to 120 days after transplanting during kharif and late kharif planting, respectively.
111 3.2 New technologies accepted for inclusion in the package of practices during Sl. No. Technologies I. CROP PRODUCTION 1 Planting of pigeonpea at a spacing of 120 cm 120 cm and foliar spray of chlormequat chloride for increased seed yield 2 Set furrow cultivation along with use of green manure crops and recycling of crop residues for higher yields of crops in shallow black soils 3 Foliar application of KNO 1.00 % for higher seed yield of soybean 4 Weed management in Bt. cotton 5 Drip irrigation and fertigation in hybrid Bt. Cotton 6 Weed management in greengram 7 Integrated weed management in rainfed pearl millet 8 Method of establishment of pigeonpea for maximization of seed yield 9 Nutrient management in groundnut during kharif under rainfed farming situation 10 Use of 50 % organics (through the applicatin of farmyard manure + vermicompost) and 50% recommended dose of fertilizers for increased seed yield of sunflower 11 Transplanting in pigeonpea II. CROP PROTECTION 1 IPM in hybrid Bt. Cotton (i.e., deletion of Imidacloprid 17.8 % SL from existing practice) 2 Revalidation of existing recommended insecticides against pod borer incidence in pigeonpea and their impact on yield (i.e., deletion of Chlorpyriphos 20 DC from existing practice) 3 Management of onion thrips through the Acetamaprid 20 SP 4 Bio-efficacy of new acaricide (Propargite 57 EC) against mite in grape 5 Management of mite in lime through the use of Spiromecifen 240 FS 6 Management of pod rot of Cocoa with the use of Metalaxyl MZ 68 WP 7 Management of potato black scurf disease with the use of Penflufen 240 FS III. Others 1 Characterisation of Yalaga sheep breed 2 Characterisation of Mouli sheep breed 3 Modified type II external skeletal fixation for long bone fracture repair in livestock 4 Surgical excision for Olecranon bursitis in cattle
112 New technologies (Crop improvement, crop production and crop protection) in different crops accepted for farm trial during the year Sl. No. Crop Technology I. CROP IMPROVEMENT 1 Cowpea Performance of cowpea variety DC-15 2 Tomato Performance of DMT-3 tomato variety 3 Snakegourd Performance of snakegourd variety DWD-1 in kitchen garden II. CROP PRODUCTION 1 Pearl millet Integrated nutrient management in rainfed pearlmillet 2 Chilli Foliar fertilization in chilli 3 Greengram Response of greengram to organics and potassium fertilizer 4 Hybrid Bt Cotton Nutrient requirements for interspecific hybrid Bt Cotton (H x B) under assured rainfed situation 5 Redgram Response of pigeonpea to boron nutrition 6 Groundnut Foliar application of urea in groundnut 7 Sunflower Weed management in sunflower 8 Hybrid Bt Cotton Optimum water and NPK requirement for hybrid Bt Cotton (H X H) in Malaprabha command area III. CROP PROTECTION 1 Cotton Management of shoot weevil in cotton 2 Arecanut Koleroga management in Arecanut IV. OTHERS 1 Suraksha cooker Acceptability of Siri Surakshit Cooker by farm woman
113 101 VARIETIES RELEASED / ADOPTED DURING CHILLI (DC 1007) Duration : 160 to 170 days Zone: Zone 3 and Zone 8 of Karnataka state Yield : Average: 1000 kg/ha Potential: 1400 kg/ha Special features of the variety: More number of branches and more number of fruits/plant with high quality fruits COWPEA (DC 15) Duration : 72 to 75 days Zone: Zone 8 of Karnataka state Yield : Average: 1300 kg/ha Potential: 1600 kg/ha Special features of the variety: Early and uniform maturing with long pods and medium bold brown seeds. Determinate and compact with single picking harvest FOXTAIL MILLET (DHFt 109-3) Duration : 88 days Zone: Zone 3 and Zone 8 of Karnataka state Yield : Average: 2900 kg/ha Potential: 4500 kg/ha Special features of the variety: Semi compact, uniform maturing and more number of tillers with long ear. Seeds are bold yellowish with % protien content LITTLE MILLET (DHLM 36-3)
114 102 Duration : 87 days Zone: Zone 3 and Zone 8 of Karnataka state Yield : Average: 2100 kg/ha Potential: 4000 kg/ha Special features of the variety: Uniform maturing and more number of tillers with long ear. Seeds are bold and black with 8.92 % protien content PROSO MILLET (DHPM 2769) Duration : 70 days Zone: Zone 3 and Zone 8 of Karnataka state Yield : Average: 2400 kg/ha Potential: 3400 kg/ha Special features of the variety: Uniform maturing and more number of tillers with long ears. Seeds are bold and yellow with % protien content BARNYARD MILLET (DHB 93-0) Duration : 86 days Zone: Zone 3 and Zone 8 of Karnataka state Yield : Average: 2700 kg/ha Potential: 4800 kg/ha Special features of the variety: Uniform maturing and more number of tillers with long ear. Seeds are bold and greenish white with % protien content FINGER MILLET (DHFM 78-3) Duration : 115 days Zone: Zone 3 and Zone 8 of Karnataka state Yield : Average: 3400 kg/ha Potential: 4500 kg/ha Special features of the variety: Uniform maturing and more number of tillers with long ear. Seeds are bold and brown with 6.50 % protien content ONION (BHIMA SUPER)
115 103 Duration : 120 days Zone: Zone 3 and Zone 8 of Karnataka state Yield : Average: 22 t/ha Potential: 48 t/ha Special features of the variety: The variety produces high quality round bulbs with maximum number of single centered bulbs. Suited for both kharif and late kharif planting. Contains 10 to 11 % TSS. Attains maturity in 100 to 105 days and 110 to 120 days after transplanting during kharif and late kharif planting, respectively. 3.4 RESEARCH ACCOMPLISHMENTS FIELD CROPS CEREALS 1. RICE Leaf blast, neck blast incidence was more. Cultivar Jeergi sanna showed resistant reaction to neck blast. In the screening trial, two genotypes exhibited highly resistant reaction to neck blast and 30 genotypes resistant reaction, 178 genotypes with moderately resistant reaction to neck blast. Out of 12 entries screened in Multi location trial, Gr-3 showed highly resistant reaction to leaf blast of rice. 2. MAIZE Results of the experiment conducted on fixed site continuosly for a period of five years indicated that combined application of organics and in-organics recorded significantly higher yield than organics alone. Even after fifth year recommended dose of fertilizers alone recorded significantly higher yield than organics alone. Physiological investigation on the productivity of 14 pre-released and released hybrids indicated that pre-released hybrids DMH-01, DMH-13 and GPMH-1101 recorded significantly higher and on par grain yield over other entries by virtue of their higher cob girth, test weight and higher number of seeds per cob. The maize genotypes DMR-29, CI-04, DMR-38, DMG-12, DMR-11 and DMR-24 were found highly drought tolerant among the 175 maize genotypes. Pre-emergence application of 1.0 kg ai/ha + 2 intercultivations at 20 and 35 days after sowing followed by post emergence application of Atrazine or 1.0 kg ai/ha at 35 days after sowing controlled weeds effectively without any phytotoxic effects on maize crop. Among the 70 CIMMYT maize hybrids evaluated under rainfed condition, hybrids CAHCR-1423, CAHCR-1459 and CAHCR-1464 produced significantly higher grain yield. The test hybrids DKC-9144, DKC IN 8401, DKC-9153-IN 8569, DKC-9141 and DKC-0140 recorded significantly higher grain yield over national check and private check and recorded on par grain yield with local check. Under Malaprabha command area during kharif season irrigating maize at 0.8 IW/CPE in addition to the application of Granubor 6 kg/ha and growing of chickpea during succeeding rabi season with 0.6 IW/CPE produced significantly higher gross returns of Rs. 1,47,718/ha and net returns of Rs.1,08,668/ha. Turcicum leaf blight, Maydis leaf blight and Rust were the major diseases observed. Brown spot and Curvularia leaf spot diseases were prevalent in Kalghatagi, Haveri, Dharwad and Shiggaon areas in severe
116 104 form. Out of 13 genotypes, the genotype DMH 100-1, BGMH 1, BGMH 2 were found moderately resistant to TLB and rust. 3. SORGHUM (JOWAR) Three kharif varietal entries (SVD-1203, SVD-744 & SPV-2250) and two hybrid entries (SHD-6 and SHD-36) were contributed from Dharwad centre for all India testing and out of these, four entries were advanced to next level of testing. Apart from this, one rabi varietal entry SPV-2217 was tested in AVT-I trial and same entry was released for general cultivation in Zone-8 of Karnataka. The variety is a cross derivative of GunduJola IS The variety matures in 120 to 125 days with average grain yield of 15 to 18 q/ha and dry fodder yield of 6.5 to 7.0 t/ha. It is superior to M 35-1 for both grain and fodder yield with bold round and lustrous seeds, tolerant to charcoal rot disease and exhibits no lodging at the time of maturity. Under National Network Project on CRP on Agro-biodiversity - Sorghum (Component-I), 750 germplasm lines were characterized as per the protocol. As many as 66 crosses were advanced to F2 and 128 IPS/ family selections were made in various generations from F2 to F6 and 80 M4 progenies were evaluated for grain size and grain yield. As many as 229 germplasm lines of the center were maintained in addition to the 18 new hybrids produced by using three line methods. F5 lines of the cross between M 35-1 EC-19 indicated variation in grain Zn and Fe contents. The line 10 had higher Zn (3.23 mg/100g seed) and Fe contents (11.9 mg/100g seed).the lines 13 and 14 had only higher Fe content and lines 4 & 7 had only higher Zn content. In advanced drought germplasm trial conducted in shallow soil indicated that the total dry matter/plant (TDM) of 16 genotypes ranged between 175 and 250 g/plant. Highest TDM was recorded by RSV 1420 followed by BJV 83 and M Highest relative water content (RWC) was recorded by CRS 15, RSV 1098 and M Cultivar M 35-1 recorded highest grain yield followed by BJV 83 and BRJ 204. Cultivars MSV 71, BJV 83 and BRJ 204 produced higher fodder yield. In advanced drought germplasm trial in medium black soil, cultivars RSV 1429, MSV 71, and Phule Chitra produced highest dry matter. Highest RWC was recorded by CRS 15, RSV 1420 and RSV The genotype MSV 71 recorded highest SPAD meter values followed by RSV 1455 and M The grain yield was more in RSV 1098, followed by MSV 71 and Phule Chitra. Preliminary evaluation of 48 diverse germplasm for rabi adaption indicated a greater variation with respect to flowering ( 65 to 79 days), days to maturity (112 to 127), panicle dry weight (31 to 55 g), SPAD meter values (37 to 56), LAI (1.15 to 2.00) and grain yield/plant (27 to 45 g). The genotypes RSV 1462, RSV 1460, Kavalu gudda mungaru, SSRG 164, Tikota, Bhairodagi and SSRG 203 were found better. In root characteristics of 13 genotypes MSV 71 and RSV 1410 recorded highest root length, whereas CRS 15 and M35-1 had highest root weight. Among ten insecticides evaluated against shoot fly, Carbofuron 3G (30 Imidacloprid 17.8 SL (0.3ml/l) and kg/ha), followed by Flubendamide 480 SC(0.2ml/l) were found effective in reducing the incidence and increasing the grain yields. However, these two insecticides were next best to Carbofuran. Cultivar CSH-25 with the application of 100 % recommended dose of fertilizers (RDF) produced significantly higher grain yield over the application of 50 % and 75 % RDF. Cultivar CSH-16 produced higher grain yield with the application of 100% RDF. Pooled results indicated that application of 100%
117 105 recommended dose of nitrogen ( RDN) through inorganic fertilizer recorded significantly higher grain yield and net monetary returns. Application of 25 % N at sowing fb 50 % N at 30 DAS fb 25 % N at boot leaf stage to CSH-16 recorded significantly higher grain yield (62.56 q/ha) and fodder yield (9.63 t/ha) except 25% N at sowing + 45 % N at 30 DAS + 5 % N through foliar at 45 DAS +15 % N at BLS +10 % N at GFS with which it was at par in grain yield. Priority wise RDF, weed control, plant protection measures (PPM) and thinning were found critical in enhancing sorghum yield. The reduction in grain yield was to an extent of 46.3, 42.3, 38.3 and 28.5 % due to the elimination of RDF, weed control, PPM and thinning respectively from recommended cultivation practices. Sorghum fresh fodder yield (50.1 t/ha) was significantly higher in sorghum + horsegram (2:1) with 100 % RDN compared to others except sorghum + horsegram (2:2) with 100% RDN (46.9 t/ha) and sorghum + horsegram (2:1) with 75% RDF (46.8 t/ha). While cowpea fodder yield (20.4 t/ha) was significantly higher in sorghum+cowpea (2:2) with 100 % RDF compared to others. Leaf: stem ratio and brix followed the similar trend. During the survey, downy mildew (14.91%), rust (4.6), zonate leaf spot (4.5) and grain mould (4.96) were the four major diseases recorded in different districts. In 2014, downy mildew was less in 2014 compared to 2013 because of variation in the rainfall. 4. PEARL MILLET (BAJRA) Among the hybrids, RBH-279 recorded significantly higher grain yield (4094 kg/ha) over other test hybrids and checks viz., GHB-558 and 86 M 35 (2449 and 2961 kg/ha, respectively), but it was on par with hybrids viz., RBH-36 (3959 kg/ha), HTBH-4101 (3780 kg/ha) and HTBH-4202 kg/ha). Among the inorganic nutrients, application of RDF + 10 kg/ha recorded significantly higher grain yield (2560 kg/ha) compared to absolute control (1680 kg/ha), RDF alone (2238 kg/ha), RDF + 20 k g/ha (2346 kg/ha) and RDF kg/ha (2375 kg/ha). At 60 DAS, weed control efficiency was higher in weed free check (100 %) followed by hand weeding + hoeing at 20 and 40 DAS (86.2 %), 0.5 kg ai/ha as pre emergence + one hand weeding at 35 DAS (75.1 %) and 0.4 kg ai/ha as post emergence + one hand weeding at 35 DAS (72.4%). 0.5 kg ai/ha as pre emergence + one hand weeding at 35 DAS recorded significantly higher net monetary returns (Rs.17097/ha) compared to weedy check (Rs.8643/ha) and application of 0.1 to 0.3 kg ai/ha as post emergence + one hand weeding at 35 DAS (Rs to /ha), however, it was on par with weed free check (Rs.16408/ha), 0.4 kg ai/ha as post emergence followed by one hand weeding at 35 DAS (Rs 16390/ha), hand weeding and hoeing at 20 and 40 DAS ( Rs.16375/ha). Among the different herbicidal treatments, 0.5 kg ai/ha as pre-emergence (PE) followed by 1 HW+ 1 IC recorded significantly higher grain yield (2139 kg/ha) compared to weedy check (1237 kg/ha). Weed control efficiency was higher with weed free check (100 %) followed by 1 HW + 2IC (83.8 %) and 0.5 kg ai/ha as pre-emergence (PE) followed by 1 HW+ 1 IC (83.47 %) and 0.5 kg a.i/ha as pre-emergence (PE) followed by 0.50 kg ai/ha as post emergence at DAS (74.38 %). 5. WHEAT
118 106 UAS-347, Bread wheat variety for rainfed situation: This variety was derived from a cross (TOB/ERA//TOB/CNO67/3/PLO/4/VEE#5/5/KAUZ/6/FRET2)/DWR-162 and developed by pedigree breeding method. The UAS 347 has shown significant yield advantage over checks NI 5439 and NIAW 1415 by more than 20 % and 10 % over qualifying variety NIAW 1994 on weighted mean basis across the locations over the years in peninsular zone. It also showed the highest spikes/m2 and grain number/spike in agronomical trials. It is on par with checks with respect to all quality traits. The score 8/10 for high molecular weight ( HMW) subunits and presence of 5+10 subunits of GluD-1 reflects good bread making quality in wheat. The different genes present in UAS 347 compared to checks and qualifying variety will be helpful in diversification of resistance genes for rust resistance in the peninsular zone. UAS-446, Durum wheat variety for rainfed situation: UAS-446 is a superior durum wheat variety developed from a cross DWR-185/DWR-2006/UAS-419. This is highest yielding genotype (19.0 q/ha) in coordinated yield trials across three years under rainfed conditions of Peninsular Zone. Significantly UAS 446 out yielded the zonal check AKDW (22 %) and has wider yield stability across the zone. Resistant to prevalent pathotypes of black (40 A, 117-6) and brown (77-5, 104-2) rusts. It has attractive lustrous grain with high protein content (13.9 %) and yellow pigment (5.7 ppm) and this fetches premium price in the market than the check AKDW HD-3090, Bread wheat variety for adoption to late sown irrigated condition in Zone 3 of Karnataka: This variety has been derived from a cross SFW/VAISHALI/UP2425. It was released and notified for peninsular zone during 67th meeting of CVRC on 13th November The HD 3090 has shown 17.3 % yield superiority over the local check DWR-195 and 9.6 % over national check HD This variety exhibhited resistance to leaf and stem rust as compared to the checks. It has been recommended to wheat growing areas of Karnataka state GRAIN LEGUMES (PULSES) 1. MUNGBEAN (GREENGRAM) DGG-1, a high yielding greengram variety has been released for Zone-8 of Karnataka in ZREAC and ZREFC meeting held during kharif DGGS 4 greengram variety is accepted for release by the Varietal Identification Committee, AICRP on MULLaRP for the Northern Hilly Zone (NHZ) during the Annual Workshop on MULLaRP held at CCS, HAU, Hissar, May 17-18, 2014 Allelopathic effect of greengram on rabi jowar: The effect of green gram crop residue incorporation on performance of rabi sorghum indicated that there was no allelopathic effect of greengram on rabi sorghum after which was sown four weeks after incorporation. Evaluation of seed storability behavior of greengram varieties under ambient condition for a period of 10 months showed that among three varieties, DGGV-2 was found to be better stored compared to CM and Sel-4 followed by neem oil (5ml/kg) and Deltamethrin 28 EC (0.5ml/kg) in maintaining the seed quality even after 10 months of storage. Among the seed treatments, castor oil (5ml/kg) was found to be better.
119 Evaluating 107 mungbean genotypes under delayed planting conditions showed that 20 th June sown greengram crop recorded significantly higher (974 kg/ha) yield over others. Among the genotypes, DGG-8 (663 kg/ha) and DGG-6 (638 kg/ha) were on par with each other and recorded significantly higher yield over other genotypes. Among the interactions, genotypes sown in first date of sowing DGG-8 (1314) and DGG-6 (1209 kg/ha) recorded significantly higher yield over all the genotyprs. During second and third date of sowing there was no significant difference among the genotypes. In second date of sowing all the genotypes recorded 37 to 62 % lower yield compared to first date of sowing. Integrated crop management in Mungbean: The treatment receiving NM+WM+PM (907 kg/ha) recorded significantly higher yield over all the management practices except WM + PM (775 kg/ha). The treatment receiving NM + WM +PM, NM+WM, NM+PM and WM+PM recorded significantly higher net returns (38031, 28479, and Rs./ha, respectively) compared to control (18361Rs./ha). 2. REDGRAM (PIGEONPEA) Seed quality enhancement through botanicals and chemicals in redgram: Seed soaking in botanicals and chemicals for one hour significantly promoted seed germination and increased seedling vigour in redgram over control. Among the seed treatments, the seeds treated with Prosophis leaf extract (2 %) recorded higher seed quality parameters over control followed by pongamia and drumstick leaf extracts. Among the chemicals, CaCl 2 encouraged the seed quality parameters significantly over control. Mean of the two years data indicated that transplanting of 28 days old seedlings of redgram cv. BSMR -736 at a spacing of 120 cm 30 cm produced higher yield of good quality seeds compared to cv. TS-3R. Response of redgram genotypes to planting geometry and nipping showed that Cultivar TS-3R recorded significantly higher seed yield (1352 kg/ha) over BSMR -736 (1137 kg/ha). Among the spacing, sowing of pigeonpea at 120 cm 20 cm recorded significantly higher grain yield (1373 kg/ha) compared to 90 cm 20 cm (1310 kg/ha), which in turn was significantly superior to 150 cm 20 cm cm (1050 kg/ha). Nipping of main shoot at 50 DAS recorded significantly higher seed yield (1287 kg/ha) compared to no nipping control (1183 kg/ha), but was on par with spraying mepiquat 3 ml/l at 7 0 DAS (1264 kg/ha). Response of Boron Nutrition to redgram: Indicated that soil application of granulated 2.5 kg/ha fb foliar application of soluble 0.1 % at flowering + pod filling stage resulted in significant higher seed yield (1501 kg/h a) over control (1138 kg/ha). However, it was on par with soil application of granulated 2.5 kg/ha along with foliar application of soluble at pod filling (1480 kg/ha), flowering (1418 kg/ha) and soil application of granulated kg/ha only (1407 kg/ha) over other treatments. Crop weather relation studies in redgram: Sowing was performed on three staggered dates, 9 th July, 19 th July and 1 st August The first rainfall congenial for sowing occurred on 7 th -8 th July Rainfall of mm occurred in July and mm in August. Yield of 901 kg/ha, 843 kg/ha and 661 kg/ha was
120 108 obtained in three growing environments respectively. On the other hand, yields of 850 kg/ha, 738 kg/ha and 817 kg/ha were obtained in the short duration (TS-3R), medium duration (Maruti) and long duration variety (BSMR-736) respectively. The morning humidity of less than 86 % in flowering stage was favourable for lowering the seed yield during Powdery mildew was observed in severe form in Vijayapur district on late sown crop (in the month of July) on TS-3R. 3. BLACKGRAM/URDBEAN Potassium management in urdbean through organics and inorganics: Among the potassium levels, application of 10 kg K 2 O/ha and 20 kg K 2 O/ha were found beneficial. Blackgram did not show any response to the application of organic over application of recommended dose of fertilizers alone. Integrated crop management in Urdbean: The treatment receiving full package of technology WM + PM + NM recorded significantly higher seed yield (1392 kg/ha) and net returns ( Rs. 67,711/ha) over all the treatments OILSEEDS 1. GROUNDNUT (PEANUT) Mean of three years (kharif 2012, kharif 2013 and kharif 2014) data indicated that application of 7.5 t/ha along with the recommended dose of fertilizers ( 25 kg N, 75 kg P 2 O 5 and 25 kg K 2 O/ha) and FeSO 25 kg/ha produced significantly higher dry pod and kernel yield (3892 and 2888 kg /ha, respectively) compared to application of 7.5 t/ha alone (3295 and 2409 kg /ha, respectively), application of recommended dose of fertilizers ( 25 kg N, 75 kg P 2 O 5 and 25 kg K 2 O/ha) alone (3656 and 2706 kg/ha, respectively) and application of 7.5 t/ha + recommended dose of fertilizers (25 kg N, 75 kg P 2 O 5 and 25 kg K 2 O/ha) (3712 and 2760 kg/ha, respectively). Foliar application of 2.00 % at 30 and 60 days after sowing produced significantly higher kernel yield (2770 kg /ha) compared to no foliar application of Urea and was on par with foliar application of 2.00 % at 30 days after sowing (2711 kg/ha). Mean of two years (Mean of and ) data indicated that groundnut pod equivalent yield and net monetary returns were not significantly influenced by different nutrient management practices. However, in groundnut-wheat sequence cropping system, application of 7.5 t/ha along with 100 % RDNPK (25 kg N, 75 kg P 2 O 5 and 25 kg K 2 /ha) to groundnut during kharif + no fertilizers to wheat during succeeding rabi season produced higher groundnut pod equivalent yield and higher net monetary returns compared to other nutrient management practices. Cultivars differed significantly with respect to dry pod and kernel yield. Cultivar K 1641 produced % (3578 kg/ha) and % (2640 kg/ha) higher dry pod yield and kernel yield over cultivar TGLPS 3 (3194 kg ha -1 and 2241 kg/ha). Spacing had significant effect on dry pod and kernel yield of groundnut. Evaluation of DAPG-producing fluroscent pseudomonas for enhancing nutrient use efficiency, bio control of soil-borne diseases and yield of groundnut during kharif 2014: Effect of DAPG-producing fluorescent pseudomonas was not significant on groundnut pod yield, uptake of N & P and nutrient use efficiency but significant on bio-control of stem rot incidence. Higher dry pod yield of groundnut
121 109 was obtained with DAPG 2(3297 kg/ha) closely followed by DAPG 4 (3287 kg/ha), FP 98 (3285 kg/ha), DAPG 1 (3266 kg/ha), Trichoderma spp. (3260 kg/ha) and FP 86 (3232 kg/ha) over control (3052 kg/ha). Late leaf spot rust and stem rot incidence were observed during the survey for groundnut diseases. Seed treatment with Tebuconazole (1.5 g/kg seed) + two sprays of Tebuconazole (1.0 ml/l), starting from initiation of foliar diseases (ELS/LLS/Rust) and 2 nd management of rust and late leaf spot of groundnut. 2. SOYBEAN spray at 15 days interval was found effective in the DSb 21: A cross derivative of JS 335 x EC was found to be highly resistant to rust with 10-12% yield superiority compared to popular variety JS 335. This is the first of its kind in India developed by UAS, Dharwad. It is recommended for cultivation in Southern zone (Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Southern parts of Maharashtra states) of India. DSb 19: Owing to its high yielding ability with wide adaptable nature and slow rusting mechanism, DSb 19 a cross derivative of JS 335 x EC is accepted for release in North Eastern zone (Assam, West Bengal, Meghalaya, Manipur, Nagaland, Eastern Bihar, Orissa and Chattisgarh States) of India. DSb 23-2: A cross derivative of JS 335 x EC was found to be promising with highly resistance to rust and with 4-5% yield superiority compared to DSb 21 The pooled data of 7 years of cropping sequence in organic farming (continued since 2008) indicated that soybean wheat cropping system with 50% organic + 50% inorganic treatment recorded significantly higher yield and economic returns. Phosphorus use efficiency (PUE) was increased compared to their respective parents in soybean: Increase in the PUE of mutants was attributed to decrease in dry matter and early maturity rather than variation in actual P content. Leaf P content was found to be less significant as for as PUE content. Leaf P content of 0.25 to 0.30 percent was found to be sufficient for managing the growth and development of the mutants. Molecular characterization of the mutants indicated that mutants are variants from the parents. The physiological parameters varied significantly among the mutants. The agronomic traits like yield, 100 seed weight, harvest index and maturity were found better than respective parents. The mutants J , J and J of JS-335 and the mutants K , K (black seed coated) and KE 4-11 of KHSb-2 were identified as higher PUE mutants respectively. Two year trial of new herbicide molecule, PIH485 (85% WG) in soybean indicated that the different doses were found effective in controlling the weeds compared to control. No phytotoxicity symptoms were observed on the succeeding rabi crop chickpea. Identification of suitable areas for quality seed production in soybean: The seeds produced in Bidar district exhibited better seed quality parameters compared to Dharwad, Haveri, Belgaum and Bagalkot districts. The seed quality attributes were lowest with seeds of Bagalkot district. Various seed borne diseases were associated with the seeds produced in different district. Seed health studies of different seed lots confirmed the dominance of Cercospora kikuchii (11.71%), Rhizoctonia bataticola (9.27%), Colletotrichum truncatum (9.07%), Fusarium spp. (3.76%), Rhizopus spp (3.48%).
122 110 Effect of seed moisture levels on seed germination in soybean: The results indicated that the seed moisture content of 11 % recorded significantly higher seed germination (81.83 %) and low abnormal seedlings (11.17 %) and diseased seed (7 %) when seeds were dried to 10 % moisture content. The higher or lower seed moisture than % reduces the seed germination. SL 976, SL 982 and DS 2705 were resistant to purple seed stain disease of soybean. A new sources of resistance-ec was reported against rust, Bacterial pustule and yellow mosaic virus. DSb 23-2 & DSb 28-3 were found resistant to rust and purple seed stain diseases of soybean. In three year experimentation, (adaptive module) comprising of ST with Trichoderma 6 g/kg + 5 g/kg seeds + spray of neem 1.0% and of Nomuraea 5g/lit at 45 DAS followed by second spray at 60 DAS of 0.1%, 0.05% and third spray of Pseudomonas 0.5% at 75 DAS was found effective in managing defoliaters, pod borer, rust, PSS and anthracnose of soybean. In the management of soybean rust two sprays with Hexaconazole + foliar application of 2% KNO3 was found effective. 3. SESAME AND NIGER Sesame Phyllody was more in Gadag and Bagalkot districts ( > 10.0 %). Early sowing was better with respect to avoiding the foliar disease severity. The genotypes viz., ONS-162, IGPN , IGPN- 1102, ONS-171 and ONS-22 recorded grade 3 for Cercospora leaf spot of niger. Seed mycoflora studies revealed the prevalence of Cercospora and Alternaria COMMERCIAL CROPS 1. COTTON Characterisation and registration of genes GhCesaA1, GhCesaA2, GhCesaA7, Ghcobl4 and GhMT1 with National Centre for Biotechnological Information: Cellulose estimation of diploid cotton genotypes has been accomplished. The diploid cotton genotypes were evaluated during along with synthesis of crosses involving high and low strength of arboreum and herbaceums. In a Climate Change experiment, it was observed that delay in sowing by 10 days resulted in reduction of seed cotton yield to the extent of % irrespective of genotypes. Among the genotypes the extent of yield reduction with delayed sowing was maximum in Bunny BG-II (31.89 %) followed by Mallika (13.04 %). MRC 7351 BG and Rasi BG-II recorded least reduction in yield (3.24 and 7.12 % respectively) with delayed sowing. In a manipulation of source sink relationship through growth regulators for enhancing productivity in cotton, it was noticed that application of 45 ppm Ethrel at 45 DAS followed by 500 ppm at 80 DAS recorded significantly (36 %) more yield (2126 kg/ha) compared to control (1556 kg/ha). Testing of swell (CCPU) Forchlorfenuron bio -efficacy on cotton crop indicated that application of 1ml/l at flowering recorded significantly higher seed cotton yield (3185 kg/ha) over control (2741 kg/ha). Foliar spray of 10 ppm at flowering also recorded % higher seed cotton yield. Evaluation of Godrej Double for Bio-efficacy on hybrid Bt cotton in first year trial indicated that application of Godrej 250ml/ha recorded significantly higher seed cotton yield (2875 kg/ha) but was at par with Planofix at 10 ppm
123 111 (2804 kg/ha), which was 12.8 per cent higher than control. Bio-efficacy of plant growth regulators in comparison to market samples on cotton, foliar application of 400 g/ha recorded significantly higher seed cotton yield (3276 kg/ha) over control (2613 kg/ha) due to sig nificantly more number of bolls/plant (19.00). Bioefficacy of NZBBA 9050 cotton ( Novozyme) towards reducing P fertilizer and increasing PUE, it has been noticed that reduction in recommended phosphatic fertilizer by 50 % resulted in 23 % reduction in seed cotton yield. Application of 5 g/kg as seed treatment with full doze of P recorded maximum seed cotton yield 2245 kg/ha compared to control (2129 kg/ha) resulting in 5.45 % increase. However, application of Novozyme 10 g/kg seed treatment for substitution of 50 % reduced P fertilizer, recorded on par seed cotton yield as that of full doze of P. Simulation Models/Electronic Gadgets to Predict Insect Infestation bollworm Resistance to Bt cotton experiments indicated that normal dates of sowing had maximum (2850 kg/ha) seed cot ton yield and 10 days delay sowing than normal date reduced the yield. Further delay of 10 more days resulted in % reduction in yield. Among the two genotypes Mallika recorded 5.63 % more seed cotton yield than Suraj. Application of Paclobutrazol 20/ ml at flowering recorded 23 % higher yield of seed cotton. Among the insecticides that were evaluated against shoot weevil management in hybrid Bt cotton, the combined application of Profenophas 50 EC + Dichlorvas 76 EC (4.30 % infestation) followed by Quinolphos 25 EC + Dichlorovas 76 EC (6.17 % infestation) and Thiodicarb 75 WP + Dichlorovas 76 EC (4.50 %) were quite effective by registering lower shoot weevil infestation. The same chemicals without the combination of Dichlorovas 76 EC, were found to be next best options and were comparable to okra (7.15 %) as trap crop. Significantly higher infestation of % was recorded in untreated control where no chemical intervention was involved. 2. TOBACCO Results of the studies on the response of pre-releasing bidi tobacco variety to nitrogen and topping levels under rainfed conditions indicated that cv. NBD-43 produced 4.4 % higher leaf yield compared to NBD-209. Nitrogen levels did not influence leaf yield and any of the morphological parameters of tobacco. Topping levels did not have any significant influence on leaf yield except plant height and number of leaves per plant. Results of the trial on the response of bidi tobacco to sulphur under rainfed conditions indicated that, bidi tobacco responded to sulphur application. With increasing levels of sulphur from 0 to 50 kg/ha, there was increase in the leaf yield. The maximum leaf yield was recorded with the application of 50 kg/ha (1627 kg/ha) compared to no sulphur application (1286 kg/ha) and other levels of sulphur. Similar trend was seen in all the morphological parameters of tobacco. With regard to quality parameters, no exact trend of impact of sulphur levels on any of the quality parameters was seen. Studies on the response of bidi tobacco to split application of potash indicated that, bidi tobacco responds to higher and split application of potash. The maximum leaf yield was produced with the application of 40 kg K 2 O/ha in two splits (2033 kg/ha) followed by 80 kg K 2 O/ha in two splits (2022 kg/ha) compared to no potassium (1681 kg/ha). Similar trend was observed in all the morphological parameter. With respect to quality parameters, split application of 40
124 112 kg K 2 O/ha resulted in maximum accumulation of nicotine in leaf compared to no potassium and other levels of potash HORTICULTURE CROPS During , cultivars Ajmeer Methi-2 and DFC-3 in methi, cv. CL-20 in cluster bean, cv. DWDS- 1 in Snake gourd and cv. DWDB-1 in brinjal were recommended for multi-location trial due to their superiority over already recommended cultivars Bioefficacy and growth promoting ability of bio-control agents against important diseases of tomato revelaed that Pseudomonas fluorescence and Bacillus subtilis to be the efficient organisms and their combinations with 10 gram per liter concentration helped to manage diseases of tomato in poly house. Soft rot disease in Banana, damping off in vegetables and sigatoka of banana were the important diseases noticed in Belagavi district. Wilt -complex in Pomegranate was becoming more severe AGRO-FORESTRY The present invention relates to novel chromone alkaloid of formula 1 isolated from the plant Dysoxylum binectariferum. The compound 5,7-dihydroxy-6-(3-hydroxy-1-methylpiperidin-4-yl)-2-methyl-4Hchromen-4-one, is found to be a potential inhibitor of cell growth and proliferation and also inhibits the production of pro-inflammatory cytokines. The formulations of this particular compound can be used for treatment of cancer and inflammation Estimation of carbon sequestration in forest soils of remotely densed forests in Uttara Kannada district: The Uttara Kannada district land use system was classified using supervised classification for estimating the area under different LU/LC classes. It was found that there are 9 LULC classes. Among them only six LU/LC classes were considered for soil sampling and estimation of SOC at cm. Among the different LU/LC classes dense forest covered an area of % ( sq km) followed by agriculture % ( sq. km),sparse forest % ( sq. km), open land 6.09 % ( sq. km), horticulture plantation and least was found in forest plantation 1.07 %. Including the settlement, stony land and water body the total area of the district is sq.km. The average SOC % at cm was found same in dense forest and horticulture plantation followed by forest plantation (1.06 %), sparse forest (1.04 %) and least was found in agriculture land (0.55 %). The total SOC pool in UK district is million tonnes (Mt) out of which million tonnes sequester in dense forest followed by sparse forest ( Mt). The remaining LU/LC classes sequester million tonnes, million tonnes, million tonnes and million tonnes in agriculture land, open land, horticulture plantation and forest plantation respectively. The SOC sequestration in agriculture land was least (68.14 t/ha). When we work out the carbon dioxide mitigation potential it was found that dense forest sequester 2.32 times more than Agriculture land followed by horticulture plantation (2.18 times), sparse forest, forest plantation (1.94 times) and open land (1.31times).
125 113 Study of growth performance of Tectona grandis linn.(f). in plantations and farm lands: implications for management: Teak performed better on farm lands as compared to plantations due to better management by the farming community. But some more silvicultural management practices viz., thinning, pruning, conservation measures are to be adopted for better commercial growth of teak so that timber can give more economic value which is an additional income to the farmers. Better growth of clear bole and girth in teak on farm lands was attributed to early pruning (5-10 yrs age class) of lower branches by the farmers. Trenching along the teak rows on farm bunds helped trees for soil working, loosening of soil, moisture conservation, weed control etc. Thinning regime was not followed in both the cases (plantations and farm lands). But some of the trees on farm bunds were randomly removed / harvested as small poles (timber) at an age of years without any thumb rule by the farmers whenever required for their self utilization for agricultural implements or any other household purpose. Teak under plantations faced more competition for space, light, nutrients and any other resources available compared to teak on farm lands. Knots appeared in teak under plantations as well as on farm lands due to late pruning in matured trees which in turn has a chance of pest and disease attack on the fresh late pruned points. So it can be suggested that pruning (5-10 yrs) and thinning (5-10 and yrs) are the important tools for better silvicultural management for commercial growth of teak (girth and clear bole) to fetch more economic value in the market CROPPING SYSTEMS AND DRYLAND AGRICULTURE Planting pattern and phosphorus management in mungbean/urdbean genotypes in intercropping with redgram: Intercropped redgram at 2:2 row ratio with 75 kg P 2 O 5 /ha recorded significantly higher yield (2942 kg/ha) over sole pigeonpea with 50 and 75 kg P 2 O 5 /ha (2269 kg and 2343 kg/ha, respectively) and intercropped redgram at 1:1 row ratio with 50 kg P 2 O 5 /ha (2295 kg/ha) and it was on par with others. With regard to greengram, sole greengram with 50 kg P 2 O 5 and 75 kg P 2 O 5 /ha (208 and 145 kg/ha, respectively), significantly superior and differed significantly from each other. Agronomic investigation for new variety DGG-1: Genotype DGG-1 recorded significantly higher yield than DGGV-2. Among the fertilizer levels, 125 % and 100 % of RDF were on par with each other. Planting pattern and weed management studies under Blackgram+Maize intercropping system: Grain yield of maize was not affected significantly due to intercropping of blackgram. Among the weed management practices, weed free treatment (3893 kg/ha) recorded significantly higher yield over weedy check (3407 kg/ha) and it was on par with others (3799 to 3867 kg/ha). Among the planting patterns, sole blackgram recorded significantly higher yield (432 kg/ha) over others (145 and 156 kg/ha). Among the weed management practices weed free treatment recorded significantly higher yield (304 kg/ha) over others except Pendimethalin treatment (269 kg/ha). Interaction effect was significant and sole blackgram with weed free condition recorded significantly higher yield (571 kg/ha) over others except sole blackgram with Pendimethalin spray (506 kg/ha).
126 114 Evaluation of tobacco and vegetables based intercropping system: The vegetables such as Bhendi, Radish, Cabbage, Cucumber and Onion produced maximum vegetable yield. However, Bhendi Cabbage and Cucumber suppressed the growth and yield of tobacco. Further tobacco grown along with Clusterbean, Methi, Coriander and Garlic recorded maximum leaf yield. Sole tobacco produced leaf yield of 1021 kg/ha. Further, Tobacco + Cucumber (1:1) intercropping system realized maximum returns of Rs. 2,52,720/ha with B:C of 4.26:1 followed by Tobacco + Bhendi (Rs /ha with 2.26:1) and Tobacco + Radish ( Rs.80299/ha) net returns of Rs.1570/ha with B:C ratio 1.02:1. Studies on Site-Specific Nutrient Management (SSNM) for Maize -Chickpea sequence under varied levels of irrigation under Malaprabha command area: Among the targeted yield levels the significant target yield like q/ha could be possible. It shows that hybrid have a capacity to yield up to particular target levels (100 q/ha) compare d to higher target levels like 120 or 140 q/ha. However, the yield levels were very nearer to the higher targeted yields of 120 q/ha and 140 q /ha.(117.6 q/ha and q/ha respectively), rabi (chickpea) crop grown after maize did not differ significantly with respect to yield due to varied levels of irrigations. Studies on Integrated Nutrient Management in Sunflower- Chick pea cropping sequence for Sustainable Production: The treatment receiving RPP with 0.6 IW/CPE recorded significantly higher grain yield (21.5 q/ha), gross returns (Rs.69,433 ), net returns (Rs 50,683). The higher B:C (3.94) and WUE (6.37 kg/ha. mm) was observed with irrigation at critical stages with RPP treatment combinations. Studies on the effect of niger as an intercrop (row/mixed /border crop) in sunflower on the activity of honey bees and sunflower yield: Numerically higher seed filling percentage (91.67), seed wei ght per plant (20.67 g), 1000 seed weight (45 g), head diameter (13.86 cm) and number of filled seeds per head (627) were recorded in sunflower + niger (border 3 rows) treatment compared to sole sunflower. Identification of suitable groundnut + millet intercropping system with proper row proportion under rainfed situation (Red soil) during kharif 2014: Two independent experiments on groundnut + millet intercropping system were conducted on black and red soil during kharif First year results indicated that intercropping of millets with groundnut in 4:2 row proportions was remunerative over sole groundnut particularly for medium and small farmers with limited capital resource. Large scale demonstration on nutrient management in 3:1 Groundnut + Hybrid Bt- Cotton intercropping system during kharif 2014 under rainfed situation: Nutrient management practices involving application of 75 % recommended dose of NPK fertilizers to groundnut (18.75 kg N, kg P 2 O 5 and kg K 2 O/ha) % recommended dose of NPK fertilizers to hybrid Bt cotton (80 kg N, 40 kg P 2 O 5 and 40 kg K 2 O/ha) in 3 Groundnut : 1 Hybrid Bt Cotton intercropping system (30 cm 10 cm 120 cm 60 cm) produced higher dry pod equivalent yield compared to application of 100 % recommended dose of NPK fertilizers to groundnut (25 kg N, 75 kg P 2 O 5 and 25 kg K 2 O/ha) % recommended dose of NPK fertilizers to hybrid Bt cotton (80 kg N, 40 kg P 2 O 5 and 40 kg K 2 O/ha) in 3 Groundnut : 1 Hybrid Bt Cotton intercropping system (30 cm 10 cm 120 cm 60 cm).
127 115 Large scale demonstrations on 2:1 Skip row method of groundnut cultivation during kharif 2014 under rainfed situation: Skip Row Method (2:1 ) of groundnut planting (30 cm 10 cm) + Opening of furrow in skipped rows at 28 to 35 days after sowing resulted in higher dry pod yield compared to flat method of groundnut planting (30 cm 10 cm). Demonstrations on groundnut production technologies (2:1 Skip row method of groundnut cultivation, 3: 1 Groundnut + Hybrid Bt-Cotton intercropping system, 4: 2 Groundnut + Pigeonpea intercropping system and 4:2 Groundnut + Chilli intercropping system) during kharif 2014 under rainfed situation (Crop museum): 2:1 Skip Row Method of groundnut planting (30 cm 10 cm) + Opening of furrow in skipped rows at 28 to 35 days after sowing resulted in higher dry pod yield compared to flat method of groundnut planting (30 cm 10 cm). Among the different groundnut based intercropping systems, 4:2 Groundnut + Chilli (Paired row planting) (30 cm 10 cm - 60 cm 30 cm) produced higher groundnut dry pod equivalent yield compared to 3:1 groundnut + Bt-cotton intercropping system (30 cm 10 cm cm 60 cm) and 4:2 Groundnut + Pigeonpea (Paired row planting) (30 cm 10 cm - 60 cm 20 cm) (2706 kg/ha) DRYLAND AGRICULTURE Influence of set furrow cultivation in shallow black soils: Results of the six years indicated that the treatment of set furrow with residue incorporation + glyricidia recorded highest pigeonpea equivalent yield (1633 kg/ha) followed by set furrow + silt with residue incorporation + glyricidia (1556 kg/ha) compared to control (1137 kg/ha) and higher net and gross returns in set furrow with residue incorporation + glyricidia (Rs /ha). Contingent crop planning in shallow black soils: In Rohini nakshatra, growing of sesame produced significantly higher pearl millet equivalent yield of 1827 kg/ha than growing groundnut and bajra at 60 cm, but it was on par with growing of bajra at 135 cm. In Mrigashira nakshtra, intercropping of groundnut + pigeonpea (4:2) recorded significantly higher pearl millet equivalent yield of 9126 kg/ha compared to other crops and cropping systems. In Aridra nakshra, growing of pigeonpea + groundnut (2:4) recorded significantly higher pearl millet equivalent yield of 9261 kg/ha compared to other crops and cropping systems. In Punarvasu nakshtra, growing of pigeonpea + groundnut (2:4) recorded in significantly higher pearl millet equivalent yield of 6400 kg/ha as compared to other crops and cropping systems. In Pushya nakshtra, growing of Bajra + pigeonpea (2:1) recorded significantly higher pearl millet equivalent yield of 5904 kg/ha as compared to other crops and cropping systems. In Ashlesha nakshtra, growing of Bajra + pigeonpea (2:1) gave significantly hig her pearl millet equivalent yield of 6219 kg/ha as compared to other crops and cropping systems. In Magha nakshtra, growing of sunflower at 135 cm recorded significantly higher pearl millet equivalent yield of 1801 kg/ha compared to other crops and cropping systems. Response of onion to crop geometry and nutrient management under dryland condition: Growing of onion at 45 cm 10 cm produced significantly higher bulb yield of 8750 kg/ha compared to rest of the crop geometry. Application of 62.5 kg N, 25 kg P 2 O 5 and 62.5 kg K 2 O/ha produced significantly higher bulb yield
128 116 of 9185 kg/ha compared to application of 125 kg N, 50 kg P 2 O 5 and 125 kg K 2 O/ha (7358 kg/ha). Crop geometry of 45 cm 10 cm with application of 62.5 kg N, 25 kg P 2 O 5 significantly higher bulb yield. and 62.5 kg K 2 O/ha produced Response of hybrid Bt cotton to crop geometry and nutrient management under dryland condition: Growing of hybrid Bt cotton at 120 cm 45 cm produced significantly higher seed cotton yield of 1544 kg/ha compared to rest of the crop geometry. Application of 60 kg N, 30 kg P 2 O 5 and 30 kg K 2 O/ha produced significantly higher seed cotton yield of 1382 kg/ha compared to application of 30 kg N, 15 kg P 2 O 5 and 15 kg K 2 O/ha (1161 kg/ha). Crop geometry of 120 cm 45 cm with application of 60 kg N, 30 kg P 2 O 5 and 30 kg K 2 O/ha produced significantly higher kapas yield of 1708 kg/ha compared to rest of the treatments BIOCHEMISTRY Screening of cotton genotypes for abiotic stress tolerance (Irrigated and Rainfed) : The yield reduction in rainfed condition compared to irrigated condition is worked out along with other indices to indicate the relative susceptibility or tolerance to drought. There was significant difference between the genotypes for yield and yield components in both the situations. The results of previous years were revalidated in The nitrate reductase activity was more in drought tolerant genotypes and the activity increased almost 2 folds when compared to irrigated conditions. Similar results were observed during previous two years. Peroxidase enzyme activity was analysed in both irrigated and rainfed conditions. Under drought conditions, the peroxidase have expressed double the activity than under irrigated conditions. Similarly, the higher proline percentage increase indicates the drought tolerant nature of genotypes. Based on these results following genotypes tested which have shown biochemical basis of drought tolerance are HAG-805, ARBH-2004, LRA 5166 and GBHV-177. The percentage reduction in these genotypes is also low. Evaluation of G.hirsutum cotton genotype for oil, gossypol and protein: The genotypes from Br-03(b) trial were screened for their oil, crude protein and gossypol content in seeds. The oil content varied from to 19.47%, but variation were not significant. The total protein varied from to 20.98%. Highest protein content was observed in the variety P 2151(20,98 %) followed by IH 11(20.55 %), ARBH 813(20.32 %). There was much variation observed among the genotypes screened. The gossypol content varied from to 0.538, higher gossypol content was noticed in variety with ARBH 813(0.525) and CSH 1110(0.538). Significant differences were observed between the genotypes. Climate Change: Effect of environment on crop phenology development, yield and fiber development (D1 and D2): Six cotton genotypes were evaluated for effect of climate change on biochemical parameters. Important enzymes which exhibited under stress conditions were estimated at boll opening stage. The crop was raised at two different dates of sowing with gap of 10 days. The activity of the enzyme increased to more than double, percentage increase in activity was more in Mallika Hybrid followed by Rasi BG II. Similarly peroxidise activity was also estimated. This oxygen scavenging enzyme also increased
129 117 almost two times in cotton plants exposed to stress condition due to delayed sowing. The percentage increase over normal sowing was more in Bunny Bt followed by Rasi BG II. Biochemical evaluation of cotton genotypes for tolerance to bollworms and sap sucking pests: The leaf, square and Bollrinds were drawn from the Br. 02(b) trial of breeding experiment for the biochemical analysis. Biochemical parameters like reducing sugars, tannins, total phenols and orthodihydroxy phenols were analysed in leaf and square tissue drawn from the thirty coded varieties. All parameters progressively decreased from leaf to squares. The higher phenolics like tannins, total phenols and orthodihydroxy phenols were observed in varieties SCS 1061, NDLH 2015, CPD 1451 and GBHV 188. These varieties exhibited biochemical basis of resistance for insect pests. The higher phenolics like tannins, total phenols and orthodihydroxy phenols were observed in varieties SCS 1061, NDLH 2015, CPD 1451 and GBHV 188. These varieties exhibited biochemical basis of resistance for insect pests AGRICULTURAL MICROBIOLOGY Biofertilizers: Newer and efficient strains of Azotobacter, Rhizobium, Gluconacetobacter, Methylotrophs, Pseudomonas, Paenibacillus, potassium and zinc solublilizing bacteria and Lactic acid bacteria have been identified. Some of them are being field tested now. Isolates with multiple nutrient solubilization have been identified. For ex. silicate solubilizing bacteria which also solubilizes Zinc and Potassium have been identified and are being explored as biofertilizers. Biocontrol of plant diseases: Actinomycetes controlling Sclerotiumrolfsii in groundnut and bacterial wilt in tomato have been identified and are being evaluated this year under field conditions. Bioinsecticides: Actinomycetes effective against many important insect pest species have been identified and are being evaluated. PGPR: Efficient strains of PGPR and biocontrol agents such as Pseudomonas sp. B15, JK 16, 206(4) have been developed and are already in the field trials in tomato and chilli crops. Biocontrol of weeds: Rhizobacteria controlling Striga have been identified and are field tested in sugarcane crop. Mycorrhiza controlling Striga also have been identified and are being evaluated. Biocontrol of aquatic weeds: Many fungi controlling water hyacinth have been isolated. Out of them, Alternaria sp. Colletotrichum sp and curvularia are quite promising. Bioformulations: Liquid formulations of phosphate solubilizing bacteria, Azospirillum, lactic acid bacteria have been developed. Tissue culture technique for getting purified spores of Mycorrhizae is in progress to produce purified mycorrhizal spore based inoculum. Liquid formulations for LAB have been developed. Even at 90 days, good population of cells (in the range, 10 8 ) was observed in presence of cell protectancts. Amongst the cell protectants tested, PEG was the best, which maintained very high population throughout the period, in both LAB 75 and LAB 82 cultures. Algal biodiesel: After screening hundreds of microalgae, finally, two most efficient strains MA-6 and MA-1 have been identified. Their mass cultivation is being addressed.
130 118 Biopreservation: Efficient LAB strains LAB 75 and LAB 82 with biopreservation effect effective against Colletotrichum capsic in chilli have been developed and are being field evaluated. Similarly, Lactobacillus brevis with potential biopreservative effect on banana controlling C. musae has been identified. Another isolate of Lactobacillus brevis effective against Aspergillus flavus has been identified and is being explored to be used in poultry feeds. Bioethanol: Alcohol producing as well as Cellulolytic yeast isolate, Wickerhamomy cesanomalus has been identified and is being characterized. Biobutanol: Clostridium isolates which produce butanol have been identified. Biocomposting: After screening many actinobacteria, efficient lignolytic, cellulolytic, hemicellulolytic and starch degrading have been identified. These were found to be compatible with the existing composting fungi. Pressmud degrading fungi and actinobacteria have been developed. The amount of wax degraded by the isolates is being estimated. As a part of Swachha Bharat Andolan initiated during January- February, 2015, 4 tons of compost culture from IOF and 2 tons from AC Vijayapur were supplied for decomposing residues in compost pits in Nargund taluk of Gadag district. Food Biotechnology: After screening several LAB isolates, high riboflavin producing LAB have been identified and, using the most efficient strain, Ra 1, a functional curd has been prepared and its riboflavin content in the functional curd could be increased to ppm. Its sensory evaluation also revealed it to be of good acceptability. Nanotechnology: Zinc nano particles have been synthesized using fungi belonging to Aspergillus spp. Climate Change: Using the state of art facility of Open top Chambers, the impact of elevated CO 2 and/ temperature on crop growth, weed flora, physiological and soil microbiological activities have been studied BIOTECHNOLOGY Molecular markers in crop improvement: In the programme on Development of genomic and genetic resources for improving resistance to late leaf spot and rust in groundnut, a new genetic map of cm with an average inter-marker distance of 5.4 cm was constructed using 289 markers based on the Recombinant Inbred Lines (RILs) of TAG 24 GPBD 4. QTL were detected for late leaf spot (LLS) and rust resistance using phenotypic data from 11 seasons. For LLS, four QTL with LOD and PVE of % were identified. Three QTL with LOD and PVE of % were detected for rust resistance. One QTL (GM2009:IPAHM103) was common to LLS and rust resistance. These QTL and the linked markers were validated using other populations and Near Isogenic Lines (NILs) derived from Heterogeneous Inbred Families (HIFs). The two new Arachis hypogaea miniature inverted-repeat transposable element (AhMITE1) markers linked to rust resistance showed strong validation among the RILs of TG 26 GPBD 4. Marker assisted backcross (MABC) breeding was initiated with JL 24 and TMV 2 as the recurrent parents and GPBD 4, ICGV and ICGV as the donors. Lines superior to JL 24 for LLS and rust resistance were identified from BC 1 F 4 (six lines), BC 2 F 3 (four lines) and BC 3 F 4 (six lines).
131 119 Introgression breeding in ICGS 76 and DH 86 identified seven introgression lines (BC 2 F 6 ) which were superior to their respective recurrent parents as well as GPBD 4.Trait-specific markers are being identified using the RILs of TMV 2 NLM and mutant collections of UAS, Dharwad and BARC, Mumbai. In the programme on Marker Assisted Introgression of Pi2 and Pi5 genes for blast disease resistance in BPT-5204 rice variety, Blast resistance genes Pi2 and Pi5 were introgressed in BPT5204 background and homozygous lines in BC 3 F 4 generation were field evaluated for blast resistance, yield, yield related traits and quality. The lines were analyzed for recurrent parent recovery through polymorphic RM markers (92 markers screened). Superior lines with on par quality as BPT-5204 were identified. In the project on the development of marker assisted pyramided lines for blast disease (Magnaporthe oryzae) resistance with Pi genes in Intan rice variety, Improvement of Intan rice variety by pyramiding Pi genes through Marker Assisted Backcrossing is initiated. Polymorphic markers are identified for Pi1, Pi2 and Pi5 genes. F 1 plants are raised and need to be confirmed for the presence of respective genes. In greengram five already identified SSR marker linked to powdery mildew tolerance in mungbean have been validated. Also, in order to identify molecular markers linked to non shattering types, in vitro screening for shattering is being standardized using already known susceptible and tolerant greengram genotypes. About 31 primers were used to identify parental polymorphism and 8 primers were polymorphic. Crosses were made between susceptible and resistant parents and seeds harvested. In sugarcane, molecular diversity of 52 sugarcane varieties was assessed and they were grouped into eight clusters. They are subjected for drought stress and three genotypes (CoT8201, ISH 100, and Co94008) were found to be highly tolerant as well. In the area of molecular characterization and validation of fiber strength genes with fiber specific promoter for improvement in cotton, relative gene expression of genes implicated in conferring high fibre strength in cotton viz., GhcesA1, GhcesA2, and GhcesA7 orthologus of AtcesA8, AtcesA4, and AtcesA7 respectively, Ghcobl4, Ghfla3 and GhMT1 using RILs mapping population (HBS 144(28.0 g/tex) and HBS 187(20 g/tex) were studied. The results showed that GhcesA1, GhcesA2, Ghfla3 and Ghcobl4 were found strongly associated with secondary wall synthesis along with high expression. To know whether the key component for fibre strength is cellulose, cellulose estimation was undertaken in low and high fibre strength cotton genotypes.the results showed that there is concomitant increase of cellulose during 12, 18, 24 and 30 Days Post Anthesis in both the genotypes while, it was found in higher proportion in high strength cotton genotype HBS 144 compared to lower strength genotype, HBS 187. In the programme on the molecular mapping of root traits and prospecting the root traits QTLs for drought tolerance in Sorghum for rabi season, field evaluation of 45 BC3F6 NILs carrying staygreen and water use efficiency QTLs was done under the rain out shelter along with 5 checks. The NILs carrying all the four (three stg and one wue) QTLs maintained superior mean values for per cent GLA. The RIP1 segregating for root traits was phenotyped for root traits using above ground rhizotron (226 RILs). Nuclear SSRs and SNP markers were used across the RILs to construct a genetic linkage map of
132 120 cm, which was used to map the QTLs for root traits besides others. A total of 30 putative QTLs on 7 LGs, except SBI-04, SBI-05 and SBI-08 were mapped in RRIP. Two QTLs for root length on SBI-02 ( qrl2) accounting for 3.90 per cent phenotypic variation and the other QTL localized on SBI-07 explaining 7.89 per cent phenotypic variance were identified. Both the QTLs showed positive additive effect indicating that the alleles were contributed by Basavanapada qrl2 located near qdf2 and co-localized with qpg2.1. The QTLs for the root volume were detected at two regions on the SBI-01 (qrv1) and SBI-04 (qrv4) with major phenotypic variance of in RIP. QTL for root volume were found co-localized with root fresh weight and root dry weight and located near the QTL for days to 50 per cent flowering and number of roots per plant. QTLs for number of roots per plant were located on SBI-03 and SBI-01. Selected root volume QTLs will be prospected for pyramiding with stg and wue introgressed lines. Drought stressed root tissues have been harvested and transcriptome profiling is in progress. In the stg and wue QTLs introgressed lines of M35-1, SPV86 and SPV570, the crosses have been effected with Basavanapada as donor of root traits related QTLs and F 1 s are followed up for backcrossing. In the programme on the identification of DNA markers genetically linked to Fusarium wilt, and Sterility Mosaic Disease (SMD) Resistance Genes/QTLs and marker assisted selection in Pigeonpea, forty nine MAS lines generated have been sown in Station trial for evaluation and seed increase. Two entries have been given for MLT and results are awaited. Fusarium wilt disease segregating RIPs were phenotyped at Gulbarga during The disease was scored and recorded for analysis. The population was segregating in the ratio of 1:1. The RIPs segregating for Sterility mosaic disease were phenotyped at Bidar during The population is segregating in the ratio of 13:3. With the data available, location and season wise QTL mapping will be carried out. Mapping population segregating for FW has 346 RILs and another RIP segregating for SMD has 364 RILs. The new set of EST-SSR markers, about 100 markers, was tested across parents and the polymorphic markers identified. Genotyping using these markers is going on and once the genotyping is completed using latest version of the Map Maker software, the linkage maps will be constructed. Using the phenotypic data and the marker data generated in the laboratory, QTLs will be detected. The marker assisted back crossing has been initiated with popular varieties like, Gulyal red, Gulyal white, ICP8863, BSMR736 and TS3-R. In the programme on linseed, where in association analysis for Omega 3 fatty acid in linseed (Linum usitatissimum L.) using microsatellite markers routinely were attempted, association analysis has been performed for the 15 morphological traits using 85 alleles following multiple regressions. The regression analysis was capable of identifying markers which shows a strong association with morphological traits. Twenty one alleles out of 85 showed significant association with eight of the 15 morphological traits. Three SSR markers viz Lua49B (allele number one), Lua60 (allele number one) and Lua125a (allele number three) were significantly associated Alpha linolenic acid content. These markers could provide valuable information to screen the germplasm accessions for ALA content. In the work on validation of Fertility restoration in CGMS system in cotton, three markers associated with fertility restoration was identified and the validation of these results is in progress.
133 121 In the programme on Genome mapping and identification of fibre specific QTLs, Genotyping with 70k SNP cotton chips and phenotyping for fibre related traits has been completed and the analysis of data is being done. In the work on association mapping for yield and related traits and fibre specific QTLs in tetraploid cottons, genotyping with 70k SNP cotton chips and phenotyping for yield and fibre related traits has been completed and the data analysis is under progress. Polymorphic SNPs between G. hirsutum (DS 28) and G. barbadense ( SBYF425) have been identified and in the programme on the identification and functional validation of G.barbadense genomic regions in Recombinant lines, pyramiding of genes over expressing under drought in tetraploid cottton : Expression of six genes responsible for drought tolerance are studied in 12 genotypes. WRKY 19 over expressed in five genotypes under moisture stress. LIM over expressed in three genotypes under moisture stress. NAC over expressed in five genotypes under moisture stress. GeBP over expressed in one genotype under moisture stress. WRKY over expressed in one genotype under moisture stress. C2H2 over expressed in three genotypes under moisture stress. Two genotypes (CPD1412 and CPD1416) recorded over expression of three genes under moisture stress. Two genotypes (CPD1407 and CP CPD1425) recorded over expression of two genes under moisture stress. 2. Plant Transformation: In the programme on development of pod borer tolerant pigeonpea, complete characterization of pigeonpea transformants carrying cry1ac, cry2aa, cry1f cry1acm has been done. The selected transgenic events showing highest larval mortality from each gene and crosses were made with cry1ac events as female and the crossed seeds were obtained. In the programme on the genetic transformation studies for boll worm resistance involving cry1acm, screening transgenic Sahana plants in T1 generation for gene integration and expression is under progress. The evaluation of Jayadhar Bt cottons, DLSa-17 Bt cottons, SBYF 425 Bt cottons is under progress in RCGM trial. Events involving cry1ac and cry 1F and cryacf and cry2aa for bollworm resistance in hirsutum cotton (HMV) were analysed and the compilation of results is in progress. Stacked events involving cry2aa and cry 1c events in Sahana (HMV) have been generated. The genetic transformation studies for validation for fibre specific genes/ promoters is under progress (HMV)and in the programme on the Genetic Engineering for drought resistance in cotton, seeds of 32 events have been multiplied under transgenic green house for evaluation under contained field trail (ROS). In the programme on development of transgenic tomato tolerant to diseases, transgenic events with npr1 were analyzed in T 2 generation. Southern blot analysis indicated the single copy integration in three events. Initial bioassay gave the indication of tolerance of these events to Alternaria solani. There is a need to conduct through bioassay 3. Microbial resources and their use in biotic and abiotic stress management: In the project on the molecular characterization of biotic and abiotic stress tolerance genes from marine microorganisms, the salt tolerance gene, ectb were isolated and characterized from marine microorganisms. In the programme on the isolation and characterization of salt tolerance genes from marine microorganisms,, eighteen crude secondary metabolites were test against with plant pathogens and some of them showed 100% growth
134 inhibition against R. solanacearum and also against Scloratium rolfsi 122 but not in Fusarium oxysporium. Based on the bioassays result 16 potent isolates for further purification characterizations are selected. 4. Development of monoclonal antibodies: In the programme on the expression of scfv antibodies and standardization of Immunoassay against Banana bunchy top virus, Two scfv antibody clones (pbsnmab6 and pbsnmab31) were confirmed and characterized which will be used to develop immunoassay detection kit for banana bunchy top virus of banana SOIL SCIENCE, ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE AND AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 1. Sujala III Project entitled Support for improved programme integration in rainfed areas of Gadag and Koppal Districts: The ten micro-watersheds in Dindur (7), Hosalli (2), Majjur (1) sub-wathersheds were covered and the LRIs in respect of characteristics were collected. The grid samples at 250 m x 250 m were collected for physio-chemical (ph, EC) and nutrients (Av. N, P 2 O 5, K 2 O, S and micronutrients) mapping. The thematic maps were prepared for site characteristics for all the sampled micro-watersheds in above subwatersheds. Fifteen to 20 soil profiles were dug in each micro-watershed for soil characterization. Ten microwatersheds in Bedwatti (8) and Chendur (2) sub-watersheds of Yelburga taluk of Koppal district were covered and the LRIs in respect of site characteristics were collected. As like in Gadag district, the grid samples were collected and analyzed for physio-chemical (ph, EC) and nutrients (Av. N, P 2 O 5, K 2 O, S and micronutrients) status. The nutrient status was mapped on GIS platform. Similarly, the thematic maps were prepared to know the spatial variability in respect of site characteristics in each micro-watershed. Fifteen to 20 soil profiles were dug in each micro-watershed for soil characterization. 2. Balanced fertilization for sustainable Bt. Cotton production with special emphasis on K in soils of North Karnataka: The first experiment under this was on optimization of NPK dose for Bt cotton grown in red soils. The treatment which received 150: 50:75 kg N, P 2 O 5 and K 2 O / ha recorded the highest yield and uptake of nutrients. The second experiment was on the effect of graded levels of potassium and KNO 3 spray on yield, quality and uptake of nutrients by Bt cotton in black soil. The results showed that application of 25 per cent extra NPK and 2 per cent KNO 3 sprays at 70, 90 and 110 days after sowing resulted in highest yield, quality and uptake of nutrients by Bt cotton. To a question on whether the crop response to enhanced levels of NPK by cotton was similar in both red and black soils, he said the response was of higher magnitude in red soil. 3. Assessment of the extent and severity of soils salinity in Krishna basin using multi-spectral satellite data: The study was initiated by collecting ground truth data from saline and non-saline fields in Mudhol Branch Canal command of GLBC. The results of soil analysis indicated that the ph ranged between 7.84 and 9.14 while EC varied between 1.16 and 8.81 ds m -1. A strong and negative relation was observed between soil EC and the crop NDVI. The SPAD values of the sugarcane crop were also negatively correlated to soil EC. 4. Characterization and monitoring of the quality of treated sewage effluent: The analytical results of untreated and treated sewage water effluent revealed that there was significant improvement in the quality of
135 123 sewage water due to its passing through the constructed wetland. The mean values of ph, EC, total solids, total suspended solids, total dissolved solids, BOD, COD, chloride, bicarbonate, total N, phosphates, sodium, Ca+Mg, SAR and RSC for untreated (raw) and treated sewage water showed considerable reduction in these parameters due to constructed wetland treatment. This experiment is continued to monitor the long term effect of constructed wetland on treated water quality. 5. The effect of long term application of spentwash on soil properties: Long-term spentwash application significantly reduced soil bulk density, erosion index, dispersion index and increased maximum water holding capacity, aggregate stability and infiltration rate. The EC and ESP values increased with increased periods of spentwash application recording the highest values under >20 years of spentwash application. The available nutrient status, CEC, base saturation, ESP and CaCO 3 content in soil was higher in the plots irrigated with spentwash for >20 years. The higher soil bacteria, fungi and actinomycetes population was found in the treatment that received spentwash for 10 to 15 years, which decreased at > 20 years of spentwash application. Monitoring of one time controlled land application of spentwash: The Ugar Sugars works, Ltd, Ugar Khurd, Belgaum district, Vijayanagar Sugar PVT. Ltd., Gangapur, Mundargi, Karthik Agro Industries, Bagalkot, Vlishwanath Sugars, Bellad Bagewadi, S.V. Distilleries, Malchapur, Bidar Tq. and Dist, Since the distillery did not get the consent from the Pollution Control Board, Bengaluru for application of spentwash, the implementation of the project was not taken up during Monitoring of one time controlled land application of treated Spent wash of Siddapur Distilleries Ltd., Jamakhandi, Bagalkot district: As per the Agronomic plan submitted by distillery, treated distillery spent wash was applied one time before the onset of Monsoon in 41 farmers fields of three villages viz., Mareguddi, Jagdal and Kallolli of Jamkhandi taluk. Soil samples were collected in farmers fields before the spent wash application and after the harvest of the crop. The analysis of soils after harvest of crops revealed that there was no adverse effect on soil properties due to land application of treated spentwash. Farmers opined that the crop growth and yields increased due to application of treated spent wash. On an average, crop yields increased by 15 per cent in case of sugarcane and 10 per cent in other crops. Monitoring of one time controlled land application of spentwash, Indian Cane Power ltd, Duggavathi, Davanagere: As per the Agronomic plan submitted by distillery, treated distillery spent wash was applied one time before the onset of Monsoon on 42 farmers fields in the villages Kadathi, Telagi and Yedihalli. The treated spentwash was applied on the basis of nitrogen requirement of the crops before onset of the Monsoon. The effect of treated spentwash on the performance of sugarcane, maize and other crops were recorded. In all the crops there was increase in the yield. Effect of spentwash was also studied on soil health. Soil samples were taken at 0-30 cm and cm depth before spentwash application and after harvest application. The analysis report of the soil samples revealed that there was no adverse effect of treated spentwash on soil health. However, there was increase in potassium to the extent 362 kg/ha due to treated spentwash application.
136 124 Monitoring of one time controlled land application of spentwash, SLN distilleries, Garag: As per the Agronomic plan submitted by Distillery, treated distillery spent wash was applied in Garag, Hangarki, Dubbanmardi, Madanbhavi, Venkatapur, Neeralkatti and Tadakod villages, one time before the onset of Monsoon. The treated spentwash was applied on 87 farmers fields to study the effect of treated spentwash on crop yields viz., Sugarcane, Sorghum, Groundnut, Soybean, Cotton etc. Soil samples were also taken before application of treated spentwash and after harvest of the crops. Results of soil analysis indicated that there was no adverse effect on soil health due to the application of treated spentwash. Monitoring of one time controlled land application of spentwash, Ravindra distilleries, Bidar: As per the Agronomic plan submitted by Distillery, treated distillery spent wash was applied in 2 villages Edlapur and Kamtan. A total of 329 soil samples were analyzed before and after harvest of the crop for some of the important parameters and the results indicated that there was no adverse effect on soil health due to the application of treated spentwash. Investigation on the Effect of fugitive emissions of KFIL, Bevinahlli Koppal on crop growth, yield, soil health and ground water quality in surrounding areas: A project on effect of fugitive emissions of KFIL, Bevinahlli Koppal on crop growth, yield, soil health and ground water quality was undertaken in surrounding villages including Bevinahalli, Shahapur, Kanakapur, Rudrapur, Hitnal, Ginigera, Hosalli, Lingadahalli and Hirekasankandi. Soil and water samples were collected and analysed from the farmers field to study the effect of fugitive emissions of KFIL, Bevinahlli. Air monitoring studies in KFIL premises: The area of influence of suspended particulate matter (PM10) was monitored by keeping dust sampler from July to December in the major wind direction at different grid points ranging from 0 to 1500 m distance from the KFIL factory. SPM load in the air was very high in factory premises and reduced with increase in distance from the factory. SPM load was 884 µg/m 3 factory premises and was least (120 µg/m 3) in the at 1500 m away from the factory. In Bevinahalli village which is very near to the factory SPM load was 380 µg/m 3 at 500m distance which was above the permissible limits, indicating possible effect on crop yield. Water quality assessment: To know the interactive effect of SPM on ground water quality, ground water samples were collected from bore wells located at different distance from the factory. Results of water analysis indicated that there was no contamination of suspended particulate matter or any other contaminants in the ground water. Long term experiments: research accomplishments Effect of distillery spentwash on maize growth, yield and soil health: Secondary treated spentwash was applied to maize in two irrigations during kharif The management strategy included application of 60 per cent of the calculated quantity of spentwash fortnight before sowing of maize. The remaining 40 per cent spentwash was applied before flowering. The highest maize yield was observed with 1 ½ level of N through fertilizer (57.40 q ha -1 ) compared to the same level of N supplied through spentwash (43.50 q ha -1 ). There was a slight build up of nutrients like N and K along with organic carbon in the soil after harvest of the crop. Soil salinity also increased over the years as evidenced by EC of 1.2 ds/m in 2004 to 3.77 ds/m in
137 Increase in salinity of the soil was mainly due to the continuous application of treated spentwash on the same field for every year. Hence, it s concluded that the continuous application of spentwash is not advisable. With these findings the long-term project stands concluded ANIMAL SCIENCE Studies on occurrence of long bone fractures and their management in the back yard livestock: The incidence of long bone fractures in back yard livestock was studied. The Type II External Skeletal Fixation (ESF) was modified for the animals and evaluated. A total of 354 cases of fractures were presented at the UAS Veterinary hospital. The species included were cattle (116), buffaloes (14), sheep (38), goats (28), dogs (103), cats (18), wild birds(16), monkies (7), deer (2), and mangoose(2). The Type II-EFS was employed on long bone fracture of 11,4,11 and 6 cases of cattle, buffalo, sheep and goats respectively. The radiological examinations showed that the modified type II- EFS provides good stability and allows long bone fracture healing in live stock. The technique is suitable for radius and ulna, metacarpal, tibia and metatarsal bone fracture repair. Studies on Olecranon bursitis and its management in Bullocks: Olecranon bursitis is the capped elbow of bullocks. A total of 42 cases with various conditions were presented in the Veterinary hospital. Treatment was given according to the severity of the condition. 18 cases were acute cystic in nature followed by chronic systic (8), purulent (5), etc. Surgical enblock excision was successful and effective treatment for olecranon bursitis particularly for recurrent cystic, proliferative and fibrous form in bullocks as it provided rapid resolution and is a more economical approach than conservative treatment in long run. Clinical and Haemato-biochemical, comparative studies on omasal impaction and TRP and P in cattle: TRP & P is a sporadic disease in ruminants caused by perforation of the reticulum due to ingestion of foreign materials, which is a common cause of abdominal surgery in cattle. 12 cows were presented in this study. They were classified into apparently healthy group (control), signs of omasal impaction and clinical signs of TRP & P. The clinical examination, Haematological examination and biochemical analysis of blood was done and surgical treatment of second and third group was carried out. It was concluded as follows. Though the two clinical entities omasal impaction and traumatic reticuloperitonitis and pericardiatis appear clinically identical in the initial stages, they can be differentiated. In omasal impaction there is absence of high temperature, presence of empty or mucous filled rectum, no abnormal heart sounds, absence of metallic foreign bodies, absence of anemia and presence of mild dehydration and electrolyte compared to TRP and P. In case of TRP and P there is a marked rise in levels of AST, ALT, BUN, Creatinine and most importantly Fibrinogen indicating severe damage to the muscles, kidney, liver and heart than omasal impaction. In initial stages modern diagnostics like radiography and ultrasonography is essential. Morphological characterization of Mouli Sheep breed: Mouli sheep breed is a unique population and it was characterized for the first time. Mouli breed of sheep with a population of 3.25 lakh is lesser known breed of sheep with high potentiality for meat production Mouli breed of sheep is found in Vijayapur district and a few talukas of Kalaburgi district. These are known by the synonyms like Unne kuri and Sangola kuri. A total of 153 adult males and 422 adult females were measured for their morphological characters. The
138 126 average flock size recorded was 95.34±6.79. It is characterized by Roman nose, drooping long ears ( 97.4%) and long tail (male:20.47cm and female 18.63cm). Coat colour is predominantly white with brown patches. The body is covered with rough hairs and shearing is done twice a year. Both sexes are polled. Adult males weigh an average of kg and adult females about 42 kg. The birth weight and body weight at 3 month old male is about 3.76 and19 kg and that of female is about 3.55 and 17kg respectively. This is a migratory sheep and travels km, from December to June RURAL HOME SCIENCE HUMAN DEVELOPMENT & FAMILY STUDIES Prevalence and socio-economic status of academically backward school children in rural areas: The population for the study comprised of school going children from rural areas of Dharwad taluk from 7 clusters. Out of 2570 children 613 were identified as academically backward, thus the prevalence of academically backward children was found to be 21.7%. Village wise prevalence indicated that it was found more in Garag village than Devarahubballi and Managundi villages. Class wise prevalence indicated that prevalence was more among 9 th standard (43.07%) followed by 8 th (30.51%) and 7 th (26.43%) standards. Prevalence was found more among boys (61%) than girls (38.98%). Majority of the academically backward children belonged to middle (66%) and 33 per cent belonged to poor socio-economic status. Risk factors associated with academic underachievement of rural children at familial and school levels: Majority of the children expressed academic problems for academic backwardness as difficulty to understand the subjects (67.3%) followed by slow in writing (62.1%), unable to answer questions in the exams (57.3%) and do not like some subjects (53.6%). The familial reasons were lack of education (33.6%), lack of time to study as involved in family work (26%), family disputes and no guidance and help by family members (20%). Health problems expressed by academically backward children were lack of concentration due to tiredness (40.3%), h eadache (30%), depression (26%) and worries (22.7%) leading to academic backwardness. Vocational interest of academically backward rural children: The vocational interest of academically backward children was assessed in ten areas viz. literary, scientific, executive, commercial, constructive, artistic, agriculture, persuasive, social and household. The results revealed that majority of the children had low level of interest in all the vocational areas. Significant gender difference was observed in areas such as literary, executive, artistic, social and household areas wherein girls had higher mean values compared to boys. Significant difference between classes was observed in all vocational areas wherein children from 8 th and 9 th standards showed average vocational interest in literary, scientific, executive, artistic, social and household areas than 7 th standard children. Socio-emotional problems of academically backward children: Socio-emotional problems of 211 academically backward children revealed that majority of children had moderate level of socio-emotional problems and about 16 per cent had severe problems. More number of boys had severe socio-emotional
139 127 problems compared to girls in Kotur and Mummigatti villages. However, no significant association was observed between standard and socio-emotional problems of children. Socio-economic status had positive and significant influence on socio-emotional problems of children. Higher percentage of children expressed that they had difficulty in expressing love and affection (36%), difficulty in making friends (30.3%), not liked by many people (29.9%), do not feel happy (23.2%) and not interested to play in a group (21.8%) as socio - emotional problems. Innovative strategies for quality of life of children and elderly: A sample of 158 elderly was selected from three villages of Dharwad taluk. The results revealed that no association was found between mental health, life satisfaction, ADL, age, gender and caste and socio economic status (SES) indicating that the y were more or less similar with a high percentage in low levels but a highly significant positive association was found between SES and caste. The post test indicated that the mental health and life satisfaction was found to be significantly better among both the gender i.e., Female elderly being beneficial more than male elderly. Thus the programme was effective in targeting the three cardinal aspects of happy ageing as maintaining physical, mental health, good adjustment and life satisfaction. Strengthening farm families for quality family life: The research study was conducted in three districts of UAS jurisdiction. The sample comprised of 150 farm women in the age range of years from six villages. The results revealed that more than half of the rural mothers belonged to average (55% & 69%) and low levels (37% & 31%) of family environment and parenting satisfaction. Age, education and SES had no significant influence on parenting practices and marital satisfaction. Rural mothers were unsatisfied with their married life (57%), however those who belonged to years were more unsatisfied (58%) than years. There is a need for innovative intervention programmes for rural farm women for quality life. Enhancing socio-emotional adjustment of girls attaining puberty at an early age: Fifty girls who attained their menarche at an early age were identified from two villages of Bijapur taluk. Regarding their knowledge about puberty, majority of the girls were unaware of menarche onset and menstrual cycle length (68%), menstruation process (82%), age at menopause (74%) and consumption of nutritious food during menstrual cycle (78%). The intervention was carried out in collaboration with Family Planning Association of India. The post test results revealed that the knowledge of respondents with regard to puberty, menstruation and nutritious food intake knowledge improved. With regard to social and emotional adjustment, there was an increasing trend. Development of Stimulatory Play Materials for Sensitizing and Optimizing Cognitive Development of Rural Infants: A sample of 151 infants of birth to 12 months was selected from seven villages from five taluks of four districts of UAS Jurisdiction. The cognitive abilities of these infants were assessed. Intervention was given to the mothers of selected infants through developed packages and stimulatory play materials. Assessment and intervention results depicted the use of quality toys and play materials that enhanced the child s psychomotor, mental abilities, social skills, language and emotional behaviour. Acceptability of toys by rural mothers found that toys are user-friendly, harmless, and can be used in multi purposive play.
140 FOOD SCIENCE AND NUTRITION Nutritional status and cognitive abilities of preschool children consuming breakfast was studied in rural and urban areas of Dharwad. When preschool children were classified based on IAP classification higher proportion of both boys and girls were in moderate malnutrition with around 25 % each in mild and severe malnutrition. The intake of all foods was lower than the suggested balance diet. The intake of micronutrients viz., β carotene, pyridoxine and ascorbic acid were lower than 25 per cent of adequacy. About 70 % of both rural and urban children were regular consumers of breakfast. Breakfast consumption had beneficial effect on cognitive ability, while nutritional status had positive impact on cognitive abilities of preschool children. Nutritional studies on 200 rural obese adolescent children showed that half of them were overweight, 17 % were obese and 30 % were likely to be overweight. Most of them were abdominally obese, spent less time in exercise and vigorous activities and had a habit of consuming bakery, road side and fried foods. Adequacy of energy, fat and sugars was met but that of micronutrients were poor. Nutrition education on obesity to the adolescent children, parents and teachers brought about positive changes in knowledge, attitudes and practices related to food habits and physical activity, although lipid profile remained unchanged EXTENSION AND COMMUNICATION MANAGEMENT Impact of nutrition and health education intervention on rural high school students: With regard to nutrition, after the education intervention the mean knowledge score increased in the selected chapters of food (14.01 to 15.63), balanced diet (14.59 to 16.53), healthy cooking methods (14.79 to 16.76), minor millets (14.37 to 17.28) and water and dietary fibre (15.21 to 17.28). Overall mean knowledge score about nutrition increased from to after education intervention. With regard to health, after the education intervention the mean knowledge score increased in the selected chapters of personal health (15.36 to 19.12), school health (14.17 to 17.55), protein energy malnutrition (13.65 to 16.29), community nutrition (13.47 to 16.53) and deficiency diseases (12.65 to 16.36). Overall mean knowledge score about health increased from to after education intervention. The overall mean retention score of the students with respect to knowledge about nutrition was before the intervention which increased to after 30 days of the intervention. The overall mean retention score of the students with respect to knowledge about health was before the intervention which increased to after 30 days of the intervention. Effect of extension teaching methods in diffusion of nutritional aspects of minor millets for rural women: 1. Millets are also known as poor man s cereal. With regard to nutritive value, millets score over most of other grains. Individual, Group and Mass methods were used with variety of teaching aids to diffuse the information. 2. The knowledge gained was tested as pre and post test. For this purpose 3 folders were developed on minor millets. The different teaching methods selected for study were folder with lecture, method demonstration, radio lessons broadcasted were used. 3. Cent percent knowledge was observed regarding usage of finger millet, foxtail millet and little millet after using different methods. Knowledge was high as % in the village Narendra where all the methods were used. In other villages it was 70 to 79 %.
141 129 Content analysis of English rural magazines: Out of 803 articles from 4 magazines, maximum articles belonged to general information category (13.60%) followed by environmental science and agricultural crops with per cent each. The analysis of the readability showed that articles in LEISA India (50%) and Vatika (35%) magazines were in the difficult category. Most of the articles in Kissan world were in standard category (28%) while in Bhoomi (37.50%) articles were in fairly difficult. Majority of the readers (36.60%) belonged to medium reading habits. 75 per cent of the readers read specific articles in the magazines for half an hour to one hour. Education, Occupation, Social participation, Mass media Utilization and extension contact had exhibited significant association with satisfaction level of the readers towards the magazines. Research Highlights of Staff Research Projects Testing and standardization of different M-learning module for home science technology: Mobile learning modules on balanced diet for women was developed in 4 different formats viz. Audio, Video lecture, Video drama and Video animation. All the four modules distributed to the rural women showed that there was significant increase in the knowledge compared to pre test after viewing/listening to the modules Feminization of agriculture and gender empowerment: The study on feminization of agriculture revealed that in chilli production women played a major role in transplanting (91.33 %) and weeding (83.30 %), while participation in pesticide and weedicide application was nil. Women in cotton cultivation had high knowledge about the varieties (98.00 %) and less knowledge about chemical control method for flower drop (3.33 %) and weedicides (4.66 %). Major constraint faced in cotton cultivation is lack of knowledge in disease management (50.66 %). Women were empowered to the extent of % in control and use of income. Knowledge intervention for women involved in vegetable growing- development of extension methodology: 1. The study on intervention programme for women vegetable cultivators showed that none of the selected 60 women had ever been exposed to any agriculture related training programme. 2. Their knowledge about eco-friendly management practice showed that they had a fair knowledge of cultural practices for management of pest and diseases but were not at all of the biological pest control methods. 3. More than 80 per cent had not adopted Integrated Nutrient Management (INM) and Integrated Management (IPM) practices. 4. The impact of the two day training programme showed that there was a significant difference in knowledge after the training programme with a large majority of 82 per cent saying that they would adopt (symbolic adoption) these practices in future. Pest FAMILY RESOURCES MANAGEMENT Characterization of drudgery of women in the Production environment and Assessment of Technology Packages in mitigating drudgery Development / up scaling/ transfer and evaluation of packages of drudgery reducing options in the Chilli Production system. Field validation of harvest bag: In harvesting of chilli with harvest bag, the pace of work will be reduced as compared to traditional method along with work output as it increased the labour needed. But it reduced body disorder like pain in lower back and knee.
142 130 Characterization of drudgery of women in Maize Production system: The characterization of drudgery is made by using totally eight parameters, namely gender participation, activities performed, physical loads carried, postural discomfort, physiological load, occupational disorders, time duration and technologies used. Dibbling, top dressing, weeding, are completely women exclusive activities, whereas cob carrying activity is observed to be women dominating activity in maize production system. Equal participation by both men and women is noted in collection of stalks activities. More than 8 kg weight was carried by women while performing collection of stalks, top dressing, weeding, and cob carrying activities. Maximum percentage of women have given higher scoring for the pain experienced in lower back in most of the activities. Among the five activities performed by women in maize production system topdressing of fertilizer, dibbling and cob carrying scored maximum perceived physiological load followed by weeding and collection of stalks. Topdressing of fertilizer was given maximum physiological work load rating followed by dibbling, and cob carrying activities. Higher pain rating was given to lower back pain by maximum percentage of women. The work load against time duration was maximum for weeding followed by top dressing of fertilizer, collection of stalks and cob carrying activities. Development, up scaling, transfer and evaluation of packages of drudgery reducing options in the groundnut production system. Field validation of groundnut strippers: Among the three groundnut strippers, KVK UAS Model and CIAE model have proved better in pace of work, increased work output and reduced the number of labour required and saved the labour wages. The drudgery experience in all parameters was observed to be higher in KVK and CIAE Bhopal strippers compared to traditional method of groundnut stripping. For this intervention, appropriate rest schedules while working with these improved technologies can enhance the efficiency of the workers and work output. Field validation of groundnut decorticators: Performance of all three types of groundnut decorticators proved better in pace of work increased work output and reduced the labour wages and labour required compared to traditional method. Among the three deocrticators UAS Raichur model proved its excellence compared to CIAE Bhopal model and UAS Bangalore model. Characterization of drudgery of women in dairy production system: The results showed the milking activity was women exclusive activity and feeding the animal, fodder collection, watering the animals and cleaning of cattle shed were the women dominated activities. Cleaning of cattle shed was given maximum physiological work load rating followed by fodder collection, and watering the animals. Majority of farm women perceived posture discomfort and pain in lower leg, lower back, upper back, wrist and finger. Ergonomic assessment of the clothing designed for various agricultural activities: Protective clothing consists of hand gloves, head gear; mask and apron were given to the farm women working in chilli and bengalgram harvesting. It was found that head gear, hand glove and apron were found to be good as they reduced the absorption of heat and burning of palm during harvesting of chilli. In bengalgram harvesting, women felt that the protective clothing reduced itching and roughening of fingers, osteomycities of fingers, eye irritation and burning of hand and feet.
143 131 Popularization and adoption of fuel and energy saving cooking devices among rural farm families of ALOP: The surakshit cooker, developed in the department of Family Resource Management during was modified and tested in the laboratory. The modified cooker was compared with the basic model of the surakshit cooker. The results revealed that, among the four models, the model with 16 gauze of 10 liters capacity was found to be better compared to traditional cooking method. The saving in time up to 40% and fuel wood up to 45% was found among the improved Surakshit cooker compared to traditional cooking method TEXTILES AND APPAREL DESIGNING AICRP Trials Extraction and characterization of Cassia tora seed gum: Extraction percentage, swelling index, viscosity and moisture content of the Cassia tora seed powder was higher compared to the Cassia tora (dal) gum. Carbohydrate content of the seed powder was per cent with total starch content of per cent. The sedimentation volume and the flow rate of the gum were higher than seed powder. This made the seed powder more viscous and suitable for use in the printing paste. Concentration of the gums was directly proportional to the sedimentation volume and the flow rate. Hence Cassia tora, a weed can be expedited for the seeds that have desirable characteristics as binders and thickeners in textile printing. Application of Luffa tuberosa starch on warp yarn and quality assessment: Single 60s warp yarn was sized with 1 and 2 per cent Luffa tuberosa starch and commercially used arrowroot starch. Add on percentage of the Luff starch sized yarn was on par with the arrow root sized yarn. Luffa sizing imparted more evenness parameters by reducing the number of thick thin and neps in the yarn. On the other hand, the reduction in the yarn hairiness was maximum with arrowroot sized warp yarn followed by the luffa sized yarn and control. The tensile strength parameters were higher for the arrowroot size followed by the luffa starch. Irrespective of the type of starch, yarn improvement parameters were directly proportional to the concentration of the starch used. Standardization of printing recipe using Cassia tora seed gum/mango kernel starch: Printing paste recipe using different concentrations of cassia seed powder was standardized. Cotton and silk fabrics were printed (block and screen) using marigold dye with 2 per cent Stannous Chloride and Copper Sulphate+Ferrous Sulphate. Visual evaluation revealed that 5 percent cassia powder and 2 per cent mango kernel starch produced good quality prints. Light fastness of the marigold prints with cassia thickener was better for screen printing and block printed samples on both cotton and silk samples. On the other hand mango kernel imparted good to better light fastness to the samples. Wash fastness, rubbing and the perspiration fastness of the cassia gum was found to be better than the mango kernel starch. Cost of printing one metre fabric with marigold dye and cassia gum was approximately Rs.30.00
144 132 Production of self designed fabric and product development: From the secondary data it is learnt that the efficiency of ginning in conversion of kapas into lint is 49% and that of spinning is 64%. Eventually the total impact of both ginning and spinning is 36%. However, the value added from kapas to lint is 2.32 folds and that of cotton yarn is 5.82 folds. Further, the study revealed that fabric characters like, weight, cloth thickness, yarn count, threads per inch, bending length, crease recovery and shrinkage shall be improved on scouring, bleaching, mercerization, sanforization, tentering, and calendaring. As per the KES FB evaluation, the fabric is suitable for winter women s wear. Amount remitted under SRP 71 was Rs 45,435/- Innovative technologies for the livelihood of handloom artisans and folklore: It is found that handloom, power loom, dobby, jacquard and electronic technologies are the potential mode/s of ornamenting the fabric. Woven patterns in the border, buttta and pallav add novelty to the Designer s saris. Several unique styles in saris can be produced by changing colour ways in the border, body and pallav; further adding value can be added by space dyed yarns, embroidery, block printing and screen printing. Weaving is a remunerative occupation, when novel fabrics are produced using skill and innovative ideas. But more than 60% of the handloom weavers have shifted from their traditional occupation because of lack of premium price for their produce, low wages associated with laborious and low production, indebtedness, lack of variety, lack of job opportunities, influence of education on the younger generation to find better opportunities with better challenge and in search of jobs with better livelihood security. Amount remitted till date under SRP 72 is Rs 54, Impact of sizing materials on structural, performance, durable and comfort properties of cottons: The study revealed that 10 % starch is the most suitable consistency recommended for fine muslin cloth; dilution may be selected as per the requirement or stiffness desired. The starch from natural is to be prepared by hot process which evolves higher viscosity and results into stiffer finish. But synthetic being mild and cold processed has milder stiffness. Single wash cannot completely desize the fabric, hence can be ironed and reused for 2-3 times. Strain the starch solution through fine sieve or cloth, to minimize patchy effect on dark coloured fabrics. Image quality analysis of digital printed textiles: Black, blue, yellow, green and red pantone colours were selected to print on pre treated cotton and silk samples. The colour strength values of all digitally printed colours were higher at 5 minutes steaming than 10 minutes. Irrespective of colours and fibre contentincrease in cloth count, cloth thickness, blending length and crease recovery angle. Printed cotton and silk samples showed higher values of colour strength and lower values of reflectance values compared to control samples. Black, red and green printed samples depicted higher values of colour strength to sunlight, wash, perspiration, rubbing and sublimation tests. Digital textile inks greatly reduce the cost and production time associated with textiles and other short-run print jobs. Cost per square meter for cotton is - Rs 220/- and silk - Rs 385/-. Developed design catalogue shall help the customers to refer and deliver the products within short time. Dyers, printers, designers and the buyers are able to explore quickly, inexpensively with sharp and effective dye shades and
145 133 prints on different types of textile materials namely cotton, silk and blends. Hence, simplify the whole design process. Innovative programmes in eco-friendly clothing: Natural dyeing with annatto seeds, madder roots, pomegranate rind and tulsi leaf extracts followed by steaming was carried out on cotton fabrics. The total phenolic content of pomegranate rind extract was maximum while the total flavonoid content of madder and pomegranate ring was highest. Madder dyed+steamed fabrics exhibited maximum (3.9mm) zone of inhibition against S. aureus. Almost all the dyed+steamed sample mordanted with CS exhibited positive results for antimicrobial activity. Steaming enhanced the colour of pomegranate rind and annatto seed dyed samples. Light fastness of tulsi leaf and pomegranate rind dyed samples improved on steaming. However, other parameters were on par with the dyed samples. Designing and development of khadi products: Four towels with different weave combinations and colours were designed and constructed on handloom viz., fully white towel with plain and honey comb weave alternatively in a basket manner, Stripe towel (White with coloured lined border) with honey comb weave on both the edges and plain weave at the centre, Checks towel with plain and honeycomb weave woven alternately and the striped napkin with only plain weave. The costs of production of each towel were Rs , Rs , Rs and Rs respectively. Consumers preferred and rated first for striped towels followed by fully white and also preferred napkin for its colour. However, towels were subjected for 10 and 20 washes and its performance characteristics were compared with the locally available plain and honey comb woven towels. The absorbency of the fully white and striped towel was found to be non significant compared to the totally honey comb woven towel. Development of style lines in kurtis for adolescents: Five each cotton (Cotton kurtis: Hand embroidered A-line kurti, pleated yoke fitted style of kurti, Loops and string kurti, roll-up sleeve shirt type kurti and appliqué worked halter neckline kurti) and silk kurtis (Silk kurtis: Block printed side cut kurti, Combination of plain and printed material kurti, ruffled kurti with flare at hem, draw string sleeve kurti and shirring kurti having straps) were designed and developed. Majority of the adolescents preferred hand embroidered A-line and pleated yoke fitted style of cotton kurtis and block printed side cut and combination of plain and printed material silk kurtis. The cost of production of cotton kurtis ranged from Rs. 790/- to Rs. 1270/- and that of silk kurti ranged from Rs. 1200/- to Rs. 2200/-. GOK Projects Commercialization of digital printing center: Different types of value added textiles and apparels namely-shirts, bags, purses, toppers and wall hangings, scarfs etc were designed and constructed using high-speed sewing, digital textile printing and digital embroidery techniques. Cost of production of value added products for various applications were calculated and sold with brand & price tag. Brand and price tag developed for the products enhanced the sale of products. Remitted Rs 40,835/- to the University. PG Research Eco-friendly antimicrobial finishes on natural colour cotton knits: Waxed NCC yarn exhibited better coefficient of friction and reduced yarn hairiness that could withstand the abrasion caused during fabric
146 134 construction. Wale per inch, course per inch, stitch length, stitch density and grams per square meter, bursting strength of double jersey fabric was higher than single jersey fabric. Fabric finished with neem extracts showed greater zone of inhibition followed by cinnamon, asan and jamun treated fabrics. Characterization of microcapsules through SEM analyses revealed the adherence of the microcapsules between fibre assembly and the size ranging from 4 µm to 22µm. Among the treatment methods, higher zone of inhibition was observed on fabric finished with direct method than the microcapsule coated fabrics. Fabrics treated with microcapsules are more wash durable than fabric finished with direct method, because of the delayed release of phyto constituents from thick wall shell. Documentation and contemporizing the ethnic costumes of conservative societies inhabited in Karnataka: The historical background and evolution of traditional costumes, constructional details of men and women attire, examined the traditional folk headgears, footwear, jewellery and accessories of 5 conservative societies viz., Kunbi, Lambani, Siddi, Gouli and Halakki were studies and documented. Incorporating the style features of the traditional women costumes 5 contemporary dresses were designed, developed and asessed for acceptance. Irrespective of style features, colour, value addition, accessories, comfort and cost, the preference was given to off shoulder kurta ( Kunbi style), followed by Anarkali kurta ( Lambani style), single shoulder kurta (Halakki style), over lapped dhoti pant (Gouli style) and skirt with strapped bodice (Siddi style). Designing adaptive clothing styles for visually impaired children: Survey to know the clothing selection and laundering practices, explicit recognition processes in identification of clothes and related problems, revealed that 50 each visually impaired boys and girls were always assisted by parents, teachers while purchasing clothes. Colour identification, pattern selection, matching of upper and lower garments, washing of garments was major problem reported by visually impaired adolescents. Majority of the respondents opined that, Braille labels were highly suitable and functional followed by buttons, appliqué/patch work and bead work in identification of garment colour, style, right/ wrong and front/back of the garment. Among the garments, divided skirt and blouse, kameez- salwar, top wraparound skirt and leggings were found to be highly acceptable by the visually impaired adolescents. Blend analysis of trouser materials: From the survey results it was found that, the polyviscose and terrywool blended trouser materials were available in majority of the shops and also preferred by majority of the respondents. Blend analysis test revealed non-significant differences in blends of polyviscose and Terrywool blends (55:45 and 75:25) between the washings and among the geometrical, performance, durable and comfort properties. While significant difference was noticed in abrasion resistance (cylces) before and after washings in all the selected blended trouser materials. Clothing merchandising and consumer behaviour: Discounts and window display are the sales promotion techniques that attracted majority of the consumers while purchasing garments. Majority of them preferred branded and fashionable garments because of quality, comfort and durability. However, age, education, income, family size and type of the consumers had a significant impact on consumer buying behaviour variables. Consumer ranked price, style and fit, brand name, colour, design, fibre content, fashion, texture and care label in order of factors considered while purchasing garments.
147 135 Asymmetrical outfits with variegated hemlines: On the basis of variegated skirt silhouettes and hem lengths, 5 asymmetrical skirts with tops designed, developed and were further beautified by five different value addition technologies. On the whole both college girls and textile experts gave first rank to hand kerchief (2.84), followed by circular (2.74), peplum (2.72), fish tail (2.59) and bell skirts (2.54). Among the five value additions, maximum preference was given for application of fringes, self designed flowers, and use of wooden buttons. The costs of the production of the skirts were found to be reasonable, except for hand kerchief skirt which was found to be expensive by the college girls AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION, AGRIBUSINESS MANAGEMENT AND AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS Teaching Effectiveness in UAS, Dharwad: Evaluation by UG Students: Teaching Effectiveness scale was developed to evaluate teaching effectiveness of UAS teachers. The scale was administered to sixty one teachers of AC Dharwad. The study identified personality traits (170) and instructional skills (64) of teachers. Majority (59%) of teachers were good in teaching. Nearly one third (28%) of the teachers were average and the lowest percentage were excellent (7%) and around 6 per cent of the teachers were poor in teaching. This scale can be used to all farm universities in India. Impact Analysis of SFC Project on Advanced Research and Up scaling of Dry land Technologies in Northern Dry Zone of Karnataka: The study was conducted on 280 farmers of Hullur village of Ron taluk of Gadag district and Honwad of Bijapur district. Majority (90%) of the farmers expressed that the yield of sorghum and bengalgram increased by 15-20% and also opined that the intercropping of sorghum + chickpea and safflower + chickpea were better to get monetary benefits (Rs.1500 to 2500). In farmers view, the hybrids of sunflower variety KBSH-44 and DSFH-3 yield levels were not satisfactory hybrids compared with other private Popularization of transplanting technique in Redgram in Vijayapur district: The demonstrations were taken up on 10 acres of different farmers fields of Indi and Vijayapura taluks of Vijaypura district. Totally 5 farm families were selected and demonstration were conducted on transplanted redgram on the farmers field during second fortnight of July The farmers benefited by increase in yield (4.6%) due to redgram transplanting technique over drill sown method and also expressed that it is suitable where protective irrigation facilities are available. conducted Strengthening of farm families for quality life with innovative farm technologies: The study was in Dharwad district of Karnataka during considering maximum area under wheat cultivation. Two talukas viz. Kundagol and Dharwad of Dharwad district were selected. Demonstrations (36) on wheat varieties UAS 415 and UAS 304 were conducted. The study reveled that UAS 415 and UAS 304 varieties yielded q/a and q/a respetively and control variety 6.75 q/a and 8.08q/a respectively. Status and Farmers Expectations in Mechanization of Sugarcane Cultivation: The study was conducted in Belagavi and Bagalkot districts on status and farmers expectation of machanization in sugarcane cultivation. The sample size was 603.The study revealed that majority of farmers expressed lack
148 136 of mechanization in planting of sets, cane cutter, planter and pit digger as well as harvesters. Demonstration of latest farm machineries in farmers field was the major expectation of farmers (86.06%). Farmers also expressed that institutional provision for custom hiring of farm machinery (81.26 %), establishment of service centers at local level (70.95 %) and light weight farm machinery to avoid soil compaction (68.65%). A Study on Knowledge and Adoption of dry grape production technology by the farmers in Northern Karnataka: The study was conducted in Vijayapur and Bagalkot districts. Total sample size was 400 grape growers. Study depicted that majority of grape growers of Vijaypura (90 %) and Bagalkot (92.50 %) districts had knowledge about grape varieties used for resin production and almost all farmers under study adopted chemicals for resin production. Farmers also expressed constraints like labor, market and cold storage facilities Farmers contingency measures for climate change adaptations: The study was conducted during in the purposively selected eight talukas of Dharwad, Haveri, Gadag and Belagavi districts representing climate change intensity areas in Zone 3 and 8 with a sample of 240. Study outcomes indicated that hybrid Bt cotton was sown till the end of September month. Recommended intercropping systems were not preferred due to increased management practices. Castor, Sesamum, Horsegram and other recommended crops were not grown due to lack of improved technology and not aware of profitability and market. Most of the farmers were found to sow the crops without leaving land fallow. Farmers were found to follow their own intercropping systems, row proportions and spacing according to their convenience. The results revealed that knowledge of crop contingency measures was known to 70 to 80 per cent farmers of zone 3 and 8. The adoption of kharif crop planning highlight that a high percent of farmers (60-75%) preferred Bt cotton followed by groundnut, maize, green gram, chilli, onion, sorghum, and sunflower crops and intercropping of Chilli+Onion (1:5), Chilli+Cotton, Sorghum+Tur (6:1), Bt Cotton+Greengram (1:2). Whereas pearlmillet, foxtail and horsegram were preferred by less than percent farmers due to less profit and importance was given more to commercial crops. For the delayed sowings farmers thought of alternate crops and other varieties only after 2nd fortnight of July. For the delayed sowing (August) farmers in zone 3 were found to take up sunflower, maize, Bt cotton, coriander, fenugreek, foxtail, Jayadar cotton, Jayadar cotton+chilli intercropping and farmers of zone 8 preferred Bt cotton, Sunflower, and maize crops. Content Analysis of Kannada Farm Magazines: The study was conducted in Dharwad, Belagavi, Haveri Gadag and Uttara Kannada districts by selecting the farm magazines like Krishi Munnade, Karnataka Vyavasaya patrike and Siri samriddhi. Totally 120 subscribers of different magazines were selected for the study. The study reveled that the educated farmers up to high school level (30%) are in the habit of reading farm magazines. The content analysis revealed that, the publishers gave more importance to the articles related to agriculture (46.25%) followed b y horticulture crops (24.82%). Less importance was given for the articles on animal husbandry (8.04%) aspects. Retention of rural youth in Agriculture: The study was conducted in Sutagatti of Savadatti taluka in Belagavi district. The total sample size was 35 rural youth.the intervention such as awareness creation,
149 137 motivation, counseling and follow-up counseling were found to be suitable for retention of rural youth in agriculture. The respondents under study developed favorable attitude and innovativeness towards agriculture. Rehabilitation and Restoration of Biodiversity in Mined area of Narain Mines in Chitradurga, Karnartaka: The research project was conducted on restoration and rehabilitation of biodiversity SESAGOA mining site with an objective to identify and evaluate different shrubs, grasses and tree species on waste dumps and other areas and to explore possibilities of local community participation in restoration and maintenance of bio-diversity in mined out area. The study reveled that the forest plant species such as Pongamia pinnata, Cassia fistula, Casurina equisetifolia and Gliricidia sepium performed better with respect to plant height and also the performance observed was better in matted area over un-matted area with a spacing of 3m X 3m and 4m X 4m for plant species. Strengthening of Agricultural Marketing and Agri-business Management in North in Karnataka: The information of agro-climatic conditions, general aspects about geographical conditions, markets, transport facilities, storage and warehousing facilities, input supplying firms and dealers, processing units and other infrastructure with regards to agricultural marketing have been collected and updated. The information on SPS stipulation for the export of various commodities for different countries were collected, updated and were made available to the interested export oriented farmers. Apart from this data, various aspects of agricultural commodities in all the 12 districts of north Karnataka has been collected and updated. Marketing profile of individual district was prepared on the above aspects and charts have been prepared for the purpose of training the farmers. The data on arrivals and prices of important agricultural commodities were collected to provide price forecasting to the farmers on regular basis. The modalities of training on various aspects of marketing have also been finalized. Four trainings for farmers have been conducted during the year. Agricultural Market Intelligence and Market Planning: This project was initiated during November, The project relates to the seven districts of Karnataka under the jurisdiction of UAS, Dharwad. Under the project, five major commodities in each of the districts and five major markets for each commodity were selected for in-depth study. The data pertaining to monthly modal prices and arrivals were collected and digitized for a period of 20 years. The price forecasts were made for the following crops in concerned districts and markets. Sl.No District Market Crops Dharwad Soybean 1 Dharwad Hubli Maize, Cotton Annigeri Green gram, Wheat Belagavi Onion- Pusa red, Onion- White, Potato 2 Belagavi Ramadurga Jaggary Bailahongal Soybean Gokak Maize 3 Gadag Gadag Green gram, Bengalgram
150 Sl.No District Market Crops Ron Sunflower Naragunda Cotton (Bt) Laxmeshwar Groundnut Haveri 5 Uttara Kannada 6 Bagalakote Haveri Hanagal Ranebennur Byadagi Haliyal Sirsi Bagalakote Jamakhandi Mahalingapur Cotton Paddy Sunflower, Maize Chilli-Kaddi, Chilli-Dabbi, Chilli-Guntur Paddy Arecanut-Bilegotu, Arecanut-Kempgotu, Arecanut-Koka, Arecanut-Rasi, Arecanut-Chali Groundnut, Sorghum, Sunflower Maize Jaggary Impact of Minimum Support Price MSP scheme on farm income in North Karnataka: Compound growth rates were computed in respect of MSP of agricultural commodities for the period from to It was revealed that the annual growth rates of MSP for all the commodities were positive and significant except for Barley. The cost, returns and profit per acre were worked out for cotton, maize and paddy for marginal, small and medium farmers. It was found that the costs and returns of all crops in medium sized farms were higher compared to small and marginal farmers. It is because medium farmers used higher quantity of inputs and realized more output. With respect to cotton and maize prices in both Dharwad and Haveri Districts, actual prices were found to be less than MSP during , , & This might have been due to the higher production coupled with less competition during these years. During & , actual prices of paddy in Hangal market were more than MSP. As during the rest of the years, the quality of paddy brought to MSP centers was less than the expected quality. In order to analyze the long run seasonal variation in the prices of cotton, maize and paddy in the selected markets, seasonal indices for prices were computed by adopting 12 month moving average method. The seasonal indices for cotton were high in the months of January, February, March and April in all the markets (Hubli, Annigeri, Haveri and Ranebennur markets). The seasonal indices for maize during the months of July, August and September were high in all the markets (Hubli, Dharwad, Haveri and Ranebennur markets). In the case of paddy, the seasonal index was the highest in the month of December (105.21). The percentage of farmers having awareness about MSP scheme in both Dharwad and Haveri districts was very low. In Dharwad district, the awareness about MSP scheme was found to be per cent in the case of marginal farmers, per cent in the case of small farmers and per cent in the case of medium farmers. In Haveri district, only 29 per cent of marginal farmers, 28 per cent of small farmers and 31 per cent of medium farmers were aware of the MSP scheme.
151 139 E-tendering System in selected regulated markets of North Karnataka An Economic Appraisal: Increase in the quantity of arrivals and prices were observed in the post e-tendering period over pre e-tender period. There was increase in the market fee collection in the post e-tender period over pre e-tender period, which could be attributed to increase in the volume of transactions due to more number of farmer-sellers, traders, and increase in the price competitiveness as a result of e-tender system. With the involvement of NCDEX, the Government of Karnataka is seeking to implement Unified Marketing System in the selected regulated markets of Karnataka. Online trading and direct payment to farmers account are the major features of this system. However, this system is still in the initial stage. Gate entry system, assaying system and online payment system are still to be implemented in the selected markets. E-tendering in general was acceptable to a majority of farmers, commission agents and traders. Lack of infrastructure and skilled manpower to implement the scheme were the major problems faced by the traders. Economic Impact of Agricultural Debt Waiver and Debt Relief Scheme-2008: A Case Study of Dharwad District, Karnataka State: The focus of the study was to analyse the economic impact of agricultural debt waiver and debt relief scheme-2008 in Dharwad district. The purposive sampling technique was employed to select 100 sample respondents comprising of debt waived and debt relieved borrowers in the study area. The findings revealed that the magnitude of overdue was highest in the case of debt - relieved borrowers amounting to Rs crores ( Rs. 160,000 per borrower). Benefit extended for debt waived borrowers was 100 per cent and in the case of debt relieved borrowers, it was only 25 per cent of the total overdue. The scheme helped farmers with fresh finance from the banks to the extent of Rs crore, but it led to disappointment among the borrowers who paid promptly since they missed the opportunity of debt waiver / relief. All the bank branch managers interviewed opined that scheme had helped in recovering the bad debts. The study suggested that instead of Debt Waiver and Debt Relief Scheme, Government should think of providing incentives in terms of interest subvention for regular repayment and reduction of interest rates on agricultural loans which would inculcate the prompt repayment among the farming communities. As per bank officers suggestion, legislation for recovery through legal proceedings is required. Writing off debt should be stopped which is likely to motivate non-defaulters to become willful defaulters. Consumer Preference for Organic Products A Socio Economic Analysis: The market of organic products is growing as the number of people willing to eat organic food and pay premium price is increasing. The future of organic agriculture to a large extent, also depend on consumer demand and their motive for paying extra price for organically grown food. Thus, a consumer-oriented approach to understanding the market for organic products is important for pursuing better management of organic farming. In this context, a study was taken up with the objectives to study the socio economic characteristics of consumers of organic products, to analyse the factors influencing the purchase decisions, to study the consumer preferences for organic products, to analyse the perceptions about the effect of consumption. The study is purposively taken up in Belgavi, Hubli and Dharwad cities. A cross section of the organic consumer was surveyed for the preferences for organic products. Mostly graduates and relatively high income population preferred to buy organic foods. The source of information was TV and News Papers. The important factors that could be
152 140 ascertained were health concern and quality foods in both the areas under study. Mostly the organic foods were available at health food stores in both areas under consideration. In both Belgavi and Hubli mostly the samples revealed that organic foods were popular because they were free from pesticides. However the awareness of population on health safety was significant. The value for money was another important factor considered for their choice of organic food. Documentation of technologies developed by UAS, Dharwad during last five years and assessing their rate of transfer from lab to land: 29 varieties, 60 production, 21 protection and 7 other technologies were released by UAS, Dharwad during to (K ). Out of 117 technologies only 20 technologies were adopted by farmers. 28% in variety, 8% in Production and 33% in Protection with 17% over all technologies of UAS, Dharwad reached the farmers field. Few farmers adopted protection technologies in ground nut, cotton, pomegranate and grapes. About 31% technology related to oil seeds, 7% in horticultural crops, 0% in pulse crop were transferred to land % of farmers were not aware of any technology developed by UAS, Dharwad. Majority of the farmers were using the technologies suggested by supplier of seeds, pesticides, chemical and fertilizers, fellow farmers and technology adopted by their elders. Majority of farmers approached RSK, only to get subsidized items. Non availability or poor popularization, low yield, lack of knowledge and low educational level, low income level, cost involved in the technology are the main reason for low rate of transfer of technology from lab to land. Strategies to curb suicidal tendency of Farmers in selected districts of Karnataka: The database of different parameters on suicidal tendency of farmers was completed. The important factors causing the suicidal tendency have been identified. The index which will give an indication whether the farmer has a tendency to commit suicide has been formulated by considering many parameters. Documentary film on suicidal farmers has been developed. Validation of the index will be carried out before releasing the index PG Research Development of decision support system for cotton and sugarcane: The Decision Support System has been developed in the visual basic V.06. Statistical investigation was carried out on relationship between weather parameters and biotic stresses, biotic stresses and crop yield. Correlation and regression analysis were used as tools. In case of cotton crop, the maximum temperature and morning relative humidity have significant positive impact on the incidence of aphid. The morning relative humidity has negative impact on incidence of mealy bugs. There was a significant positive contribution of evening relative humidity to the population of leaf hopper in cotton. The morning relative humidity and evening relative humidity has significant positive impact on incidence of angular leaf spot and rust respectively. Maximum temperature has significant positive and minimum temperature has significant negative impact on growth of Cynodon dactylon. There was significant positive contribution of rainfall to the growth of Cyperus rotundus. The leaf hopper and angular leaf spot showed significant negative impact on yield of cotton. Similarly in case of sugarcane crop, the population of woolly aphid contributed negatively from all most all the weather parameters. The incidence of root grub was significantly contributed by the maximum temperature. There was significant positive contribution of rainfall on infestation of red rot. Maximum temperature and morning relative humidity have
153 141 significant positive contribution on incidence of rust. Parthenium hysterophorus and Alternanthera sessilis were significantly contributed by rainfall. Woolly aphid, ring spot and rust have significant negative impact on yield. Estimation of potato yield in relation to weathe parameters: To keep the potato production in profitable manner, estimation of potato yield is essential in relation to weather parameters. The study was carried out based on secondary data. The yearly crop yield data of potato was collected from District Statistical Office, Dharwad. Secondary data on the weather parameters were collected from Main Agricultural Research Station (MARS), UAS, Dharwad. The statistical tools namely correlation analysis, regression analysis and different non linear models were employed. For estimating kharif potato yield minimum temperature and minimum relative humidity were found significantly contributing to the yield. For estimating rabi potato yield maximum relative humidity and rainfall were found significantly contributing to the yield. Logistic and Cubic model were found to be best for estimating kharif potato yield whereas Quadratic and Cubic model were found to be best for estimating rabi potato yield. Trend analysis was carried out. Cubic model was selected to know the trend of both kharif and rabi potato yield. The average accumulated heat units for Kharifpotato production and rabi potato production were found to be and respectively. Estimation of birth weight of newborns based on fetal weight: The study was attempted to determine the birth weight of newborns belonging to farmer s family, to study the influence of different factors on birth weight and validation of selected formula for predicting the birth weight of newborns. The present stud y relies on primary data and secondary data elicited using purposive sampling in Ilkal Nursing Home, Dharwad district, which has got legal permission to conduct ultra Sonography. For this study 80 samples were selected purposively. The database collected for the study was treated with some of statistical tools like multiple linear regression, mean deviation measurements, correlation analysis, mean square error and also ultrasonographic methods for analysis of data. The results of the study revealed that estimated fetal weight was calculated by using six standard formulae. Tokyo University formula had highest estimated fetal weight and least estimated fetal weight was observed in Hadlock-2 formula. Multiple regression and step wise regression techniques revealed that weight of mother is most important factor which contributes per cent to the actual birth weight followed by gestational age, age of mother, BPD and height of mother. Validation of different models was done to select the best model by using different statistical tools. Multiple regressions was selected as the most accurate and best model which was showing least difference between estimated and observed weight. Other formulae which were nearer to actual birth weight are Hadlock-3 followed by Hadlock-1 formula. Estimation of yield in groundnut based on weather parameters: The experimental data for groundnut was collected based on the experiment conducted by All India Co-ordinated Research Project (AICRP) on groundnut and meteorological data were collected from meteorological observatory of Main Agricultural Research Station of Dharwad for the year 2012 and The growing degree days (GDD) showed that days to fifty per cent flowering were on par with each other in responses to temperature regimes.
154 142 Whereas, days to maturity showed significant results. The Correlation study revealed that the dry pod yield (kg/plot) was highly significant and positively correlated with kernel yield in case of all the genotypes. Among different non-linear statistical models the cubic model was found to be significant, followed by compound model and best suitable for days to maturity and days to fifty per cent flowering for most of the genotypes. In backward regression models Days to maturity and rainfall plays major role in estimating dry pod yield. Path analysis for dry pod yield in different genotypes revealed that kernel yield had high direct effect on yield. Whereas, dry fodder yield showed high positive correlation with yield, but path coefficient analysis revealed positive indirect effect on yield. This may be due to positive direct effect of kernel yield. Statistical study on weather parameters and their effect over crop shifting in Dharwad district of Karnataka: The statistical investigation of impact of climate change on Chilli, Maize, Groundnut, Sorghum, Cotton and Soybean in Dharwad district was conducted based on secondary data. The yield of these crops were obtained from Directorate of Economics and Statistics, Government of Karnataka, Bangalore and the Weather parameters data were from Assistant executive water gauge office sub-division-2 Dharwad. Different statistical techniques such as trend analysis correlation analysis, Kendall s W-coefficient, regression analysis were employed for drawing inference. The results of the study revealed that most of the months showed no trend for rainfall, temperature and relative humidity. There was positive significant correlation of rainfall, maximum temperature and area on production for all crops. There was positive significant correlation of previous year price on area for groundnut, sorghum and soybean crops. Coefficient of concordance was done to know the association of cropping system over the period for area as well as price. And it was observed that there is association of cropping system. The models were built in order to predict yield with the help of individual weather parameter. Best models were selected based on the value of MSE and R2. Different non linear models were used for predicting yield using each weather parameter, among those cubic, quadratic and compound models were found best fit. Backward elimination regression models have been employed to select the best model. Rainfall and maximum temperature plays major role in predicting the yield of selected crops. 3.5 New Ad-hoc projects sanctioned to the University of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad during Sl. No. DR File No Ab Ac No. 1 DR/FA DR/NFBSRA Title of the project Post rainy season adapted dual-purpose and forage sorghums for higher yield and quality for improving livestock productivity and farmers livelihoods Network project on "Behavioural analysis of farmers decision making on agricultural innovations " Lead Centre - ZPD, ICAR, Bangalore Principal Investigator Year of Start Duration (Years) Amount (Rs in Lakh) Funding Agency Sajjanar G.M ICRISAT Dolli S. S NFBSRA
155 Sl. No. DR File No Ab Ac No. 3 DR/GOI DR/ICAR DR/ICAR DR/OTH DR/OTH DR/OTH DR/RKVY DR/RKVY DR/RKVY DR/RKVY Title of the project Development of guidelines for the conduct of test for Distinctiveness, Uniformity and Stability (DUS) in Horsegram, Mothbean, Clusterbean and Niger (PPV&FRA,) Characterization of Dharwad Buffalo under Network project on Animal Genetic Resources (NBAGR, Karnal) New Marker Aided back cross project of groundnut Influence of fungicides (Xelora and Opera) on seedling vogour, productivity and enhancing seed viability during storage in soybean Enhancing livelihood option for small and marginal farm families through lac cultivation in Uttara Kannada district Investigations on the Management of Grape stem borer with new insecticide molecule, Ferterra 0.4G 6858 Introgression breeding for foliar disease resistance using cultivated and wild species in groundnut Management of mirid bug and flower bud maggot in Bt cotton - Appropriate Extension and Research approaches Farmers' participatory development of resilient organic food production systems for higher productivity, resource use efficiency, bio-safety of food and environmental quality Mechanization of production technologies through farmers participatory approach to increase both productivity and profitability of safflower in Northern Karnataka Principal Investigator Vijayakumar A.G. Year of Start Duration (Years) Amount (Rs in Lakh) Sajjanar C.M Nadaf H.L Chetti, M.B., Javaregouda Kambrekar, D.N Ramesh Bhat S. S. Udikeri S. Lingaraj Ravi H. Patil Funding Agency PPV&FR A New Delhi NBAGR, Karnal Directorat e of Groundnu t Research, Junagad BASF India Limited, Mubai NABARD, Bangalore E.I. DuPont India Ltd. Bangalore GoK - RKVY, Bangalore GoK - RKVY, Bangalore GoK - RKVY, Bangalore GoK - RKVY, Bangalore
156 144 Sl. No. DR File No Ab Ac No. Title of the project Principal Investigator Year of Start Duration (Years) Amount (Rs in Lakh) Funding Agency 13 DR/RKVY DR/RKVY DR/RKVY DR/RKVY DR/RKVY DR/RKVY DR/RKVY DR/RKVY DR/RKVY DR/RKVY DR/RKVY Development of weather driven production technologies to augment climate changes for enhanced productivity Analysis and documentation of subsurface irrigation modules in deep vertisols for enhanced sugarcane productivity Empowerment of farmers in seed production of new crop varieties International Centre for excellence in memory of Dr. Norman E. Borlaugh Intervention through nano science and technology in crop improvement and crop husbandry practices Research on integrated weed management strategies by the cutting edge cost effective and labour saving technologies to alleviate diminishing labour force in agriculture Molecular and phenotypic characterization of cotton transgenic events for biotic and abiotic stress tolerance Breeding for biotic stress and drought tolerance in major field crops for increasing productivity under changing climate conditions through molecular assisted selection Development of Affluent novel microbial ecotechnologies for sustainable agriculture, food and bio-energy security. Investigations on the Agroforestry based value chain systems in rural areas of Uttar Kannada district Genomics approaches for drought stress and disease management in crop plants H. Venkatesh B. T. Nadagouda N. K. Biradarpatil Mantur S.M Nargund V.B. Krishnaraju P.U. Ramesh Babu H. Vamadevaiah HoD, continue coordinator at AC, Vijayapur Geeta Shirnalli S. L. Madiwalar Ramesh Bhat Krishnaraju P.U GoK - RKVY, Bangalore GoK - RKVY, Bangalore GoK - RKVY, Bangalore GoK - RKVY, Bangalore GoK - RKVY, Bangalore GoK - RKVY, Bangalore GoK - RKVY, Bangalore GoK - RKVY, Bangalore GoK - RKVY, Bangalore GoK - RKVY, Bangalore GoK - RKVY, Bangalore
157 145 Sl. No. DR File No Ab Ac No. Title of the project Principal Investigator Year of Start Duration (Years) Amount (Rs in Lakh) Funding Agency 3.6 Continued Ad-hoc projects at University of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad during Sl. No. DR File No Ab Ac No. Title of the project Principal Investigator Year of Start Duration (Years) Amount (Rs in Lakh) Funding Agency 1 DR/G0KA DR/G0KA DR/G0KA DR/G0KA DR/G0KA DR/G0KA DR/G0KA DR/G0KA DR/G0KA Identification and popularization of most promising photo-thermo insensitive productive sugarcane varieties for sustaining sugar economy in northern Karnataka Enhancing greengram & blackgram productivity through improved varieties and production technology under paddy fallows Demonstration and popularization of need based Agricultural Implements to reduce the labour dependency for small and marginal farmers Development of high yielding groundnut varieties with wider adaptability to replace TMV 2 Varietal development for earliness with rust resistance in soybean (Glycine max L. Merrill) Identification / development of single cross maize hybrids for rainfed ecosystem Seed production and popularization of new sunflower hybrid DSFH - 3 Sugarcane accelerated varietal identification and spread of newly developed improved non flowering sugarcane varieties through rapid multiplication for Northern Karnataka Development of marker assisted pyramided lines for blast disease (Magnaporthe oryzae) resistance with Pi genes in Intan rice variety Sanjay B. Patil Kamannavar P. Y Anuraj B Nadaf, H.L Basavaraj G.T. Shanthkumar, G Nadaf, H.L Patil Sanjay Prashanthi S.K GOK, Bangalore GOK, Bangalore GOK, Bangalore GOK, Bangalore GOK, Bangalore GOK, Bangalore GOK, Bangalore GOK, Bangalore GOK, Bangalore
158 146 Sl. No. DR File No Ab Ac No. Title of the project Principal Investigator Year of Start Duration (Years) Amount (Rs in Lakh) Funding Agency 10 DR/G0KA DR/G0KA DR/G0KA DR/G0KA DR/G0KA DR/G0KA DR/G0KA DR/G0KA DR/G0KA DR/G0KA Studies on a emerging disease: powdery mildew on chickpea caused by Levelulla tautica special emphasis on epidemiology and management Customized fertilizers for higher maize productivity in transitional zone of Karnataka Genetic enhancement and popularization of genotypes through value addition in Horse gram Symptomatic Variation in Pyricularia grisea rice blast and it s ecofriendly management in drill sown rice Influence of planting geometry in single eye bud seedling planting technique on the sugarcane yield Production of quality chilli in rainfed ecosystem of Dharwad, Gadag and Haveri districts through participatory approach Development of shoot fly tolerant, high yielding rabi sorghum hybrids with Maldandi grain quality traits Development of newer formulation of efficient strains of microbial agents to broaden their applicability and field efficacy Development of high yielding multiple disease resistant varieties in Cowpea ( Vigna unguiculata L. Walp.) Agronomic manipulations for enhancing lentil productivity in Northern transition zone of Karnataka Basavaraja ppa M.P. Yeledhalli, N.A. Sajjanar, G.M. & Bhandari Anita Hiremath, S.V. Nooli Sunilkumar Nargund V.B. Biradar, B.D Patil, C.R Deshpande, S.K. Math Ganajaxi GOK, Bangalore GOK, Bangalore GOK, Bangalore GOK, Bangalore GOK, Bangalore GOK, Bangalore GOK, Bangalore GOK, Bangalore GOK, Bangalore GOK, Bangalore 3.7 Amount realizedby the University of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad during different periods through testing of agro-chemicals / crop hybrids
159 147 Particulars of testing No. of trials/ hybrids Amount (Rs. in lakh) No. of trials/ hybrids Amount (Rs. In lakh) No. of trials/ hybrids Amount (Rs. In lakh) No. of trials/ hybrids Amount (Rs. In lakh) No. of trials/ hybrids Amount (Rs. In lakh) Chemicals/Product Crop hybrids Bt Cotton hybrids Agriculture implements Demonstrations Total Targets of seed production during Class of seeds Target (q) Breeder seeds Foundation seeds Certified/TL seeds Vegetables (FS+CS/TL) seeds Grand total (Kharif+Rabi)
162 4 149 Extension 4.1. Major achievements during the year 1. Krishi Mela of UAS, Dharwad Farmers Mega Festival was organized from 27 to 30 september with a theme Soil Health- Farmers Wealth. More than 11 lakhs farmers, extension workers, representatives of NGO s, Government officials and other stake holders participated in the event. 2. Thirteen selected innovative farmers and farm women of seven districts of North Karnataka under UAS, Dharwad jurisdiction were awarded Best Farmer and Best Farm women. Similarly, 32 farmers and 23 farm women of different taluks were awarded Best Young Farmer and Best Young Farm Women awards, respectively during Krishimela The Directorate of Extension UAS, Dharwad in association with ICAR, Zonal Project Directorate, Zone- VIII, Bengaluru organized workshop entitled Frontier Home Science Technologies for Knowledge and Economic Empowerment during October, 2014 at UAS, Dharwad. Sixty seven participants from 5 states have participated in the workshop. 4. An Orientation programme for Subject Matter Specialists of South Indian KVKs was organized by ICAR Zonal Project Directorate (Zone -VIII) at College of Agriculture, Vijayapur from 3-6, December, The National Farmers Day was celebrated on 23 rd December, 2014 on account of former Prime Minister Shri Chaudhary Charan Singh s Jayanthi. 6. Sustainable Vegetable production through Advance Technology Marketing Export NHRDF Workshop was organized during 6-7 January, Pre-Action Plan workshop 2015 for KVKs of North Karnataka and Goa was organized during February, 2015 at main campus. 8. Third Extension Education Council Meeting of UAS, Dharwad was conducted on Farmers Interaction Meeting on Sustainable Agriculture was organized on at main campus, UAS, Dharwad. 10. University participated in Dharwad Utsav held on th December, 2014 displaying the Tableau covering Teaching / Extension/ Research activities of the University. 11. The different ToT centres have reached 10,000 farmers by sending the agriculture related messages based on agro climate zones through mobile phone. 12. The different of ToT centres have conducted Field Days, Exhibitions, Radio programmes, Krishi melas, campaign, Kisan melas, Group discussions, Transfer and Popularise the new technologies to the farmers. 13. Under SAMETI (North), 10 Training Programmes for 227 extension functionaries of development departments were organized by Directorate of Extension.
163 Soil and Water testing laboratories in Krishi Vigyan Kendras have tested more than 5000 tested soil and water samples collected from different villages and have suggested necessary remedial measurements. 15. Krishi Community Radio is the first Community Radio Station (FM 90.4 MHz) in India, broadcasting a total of 6 hours of farm programmes daily. It has created a platform for sharing the information related to agriculture and allied sectors for the benefit of farming community 16. The quality seeds of different crops such as soybean, bengalgram onion and wheat are being produced in KVK farms. To meet out the increasing demand of the farmers for planting materials, KVK, Dharwad has started production of planting materials on large scale venture, the low cost shade net has been established with the planting materials of different horticulture crops viz., mango, sapota, guava, tamarind, amla, jamun, curry leaf, drumstick, custard apple, perennial brinjal, lime of improved varieties were produced annually. By inception of nursery activity it is possible to cover the larger area under horticulture crops tremendously. 17. Popularization of bio-fertilizers, bio-pesticides and composting culture for the benefit of farming community : In Dharwad district, the different bio-fertilizers viz., Rhizobium sp., PSB, Azospirillum sp. are being popularized for seed treatment in different cereals, pulses and oilseeds crops in order to harness the benefit of naturally available nutrients. 18. Onion Seed Production : Farmers involved in onion seed production are trained by KVK and UAS, Dharwad scientists before the start of the seed production programme. Various aspects related to bulb to seed method of production with an emphasis on selection of mother bulbs, maintenance of isolation distance, bee keeping etc. The KVK Scientists, KSSCA and State Department of Horticulture staffs monitor the seed production plots at a regular interval to assist the farmers to achieve higher yields of quality seeds. Seed produced by the farmers is purchased by KVK/ University to the extent of per cent for redistribution to farmers on sale. Remaining per cent of the quality seeds will be left with the farmers for their own use. Similarly onion seed production of variety Bhima Super was conducted in KVK farm to popularize the variety suited to late kharif. 19. Protected cultivation of Flowers and Vegetables to Improve Livelihood Security of Rural People A Farmers participatory approach : Under the project entitled Protected cultivation of Flowers and Vegetables to Improve Livelihood Security of Rural People A Farmers participatory approach, demonstrations on protected cultivation of flowers and vegetables were conducted to enhance livelihood security of rural people and make agriculture as profitable venture funded by Department of Biotechnology, New Delhi. About Twenty eight demonstrations were conducted. 20. Use of Text and Voice messages through ICT in agriculture By using the electronic media, text messages are sent in-time for need based farm operations in collaboration with Ministry of Agriculture, Govt. of India. On an average, 6500 farmers are receiving the messages from KVKs, Dharwad regularly. 21. Formation of Friends of Coconut Trees (FOCT) groups : KVK, Saidapur Farm, Dharwad with the financial assistance by Coconut Development Board, Regional Centre, Bangalore, organized vocational training programmes on Friends of Coconut Tree to train the unemployed rural youths in the art of climbing coconut palm and caring for them. The impact of training programme had tremendous response among the farming community. The trainees have already stepped into entrepreneurship and earning their livelihood from coconut climbing activity. Five such trainings were conducted for a total of 80 farmers. 22. Awareness on Swachh Bharat Abhiyan programme : In collaboration with Gram Panchayat, Oilseeds Growers Association, Milk Producers Co-Operative Society and M/s. Mahalakshmi Agro Clinic of Hireharkuni, organized the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan programme at the premises of Nehru
164 151 Yuva Kendra, Hireharkuni village of Kundagol taluk. Besides these, during the conduct of various field days and trainings importantce of cleanliness under Swachh Bharat Abhyan programme was stressed. 23. Creation of awareness on Hon ble Prime Minister s Mann Ki Baat programme :A forum for Dharwad district farmers & farm women was arranged at KVK, Saidapur Farm, UAS, Dharwad to listen the Hon'ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modiji s address to farmers under 6 th edition of Mann Ki Baat programme on at am. The programme was witnessed by more than 60 farmers in presence of UAS, Dharwad officials.the programme had encouraging response from the farmers of Dharwad district. The awareness programme created by KVK, Dharwad was broadcasted on Doordarshan Chandana channel. 24. Creation of awareness to city dwellers on Terrace Gardening : Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Saidapur farm in collaboration with the Directorate of Extension, UAS, Dharwad organized Training cum Workshop on Terrace Gardening for the urban dwellers of Dharwad district on December 26, 2014 at KVK, Dharwad. During this workshop, lectures on terrace gardening along with demonstration was organized followed by interaction with scientists. More than 125 participants from Dharwad district participated in the programme. Officers and Scientists of UAS, Dharwad, Office bearers of NGOs, private nursery firms and successful terrace gardeners were present during the occasion. 25. Awareness on Animal Health : Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Saidapur farm & AEEC, Dharwad in collaboration with different institutes organized Animal health check-up and treatment camp at Dharwad taluk. The ailing animals were treated, vaccines administered for foot and mouth disease, deworming drugs and mineral mixtures were provided. Aspects regarding enhancing milk production, animal health protection, artificial insemination, mastitis were thoroughly discussed followed by interaction with farmers and question & answering sessions. More than 100 farmers, farm women, members of different institutes participated. 26. Awareness on Lac Cultivation : Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Saidapur Farm, Department of Agril. Entomology, College of Agriculture, Dharwad and Kadamba Charitable Foundation, Sirsi jointly organized training programme on Lac Cultivation for the farmers of Belagavi and Dharwad on January 12 th, 2015 at KVK, Dharwad. Hon ble Member of Parliament, Uttara Kannada district, officers and scientists of UAS, Dharwad and more than 60 farmers from Dharwad and Belagavi districts participated in the training programme. Such programme helps in the promotion of lac cultivation as subsidiary income to farmers since its utility has wide areas of interest. 27. Awareness on Protection of Plant Varieties and Farmers Rights Act : Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Dharwad in collaboration with Protection of Plant Varieties and Farmers Rights Authority, New Delhi organized Capacity building training programme for farmers and stakeholders of Dharwad district on Protection of Plant Varieties and Farmers Rights Act on 30th Juanuary, 2015 at KVK, Dharwad. During the programme, importance of registration of plant varieties, awareness of the PPVFRA, procedures for registration of farmers varieties in PPVFRA were highlighted. The progressive farmers shared their experinces on protection and preservation of endangered local or native varieties, minor millets and paddy varieties. During the programme, an exhibition of native plant varieties was also arranged. More than 150 farmers of Dharwad district participated in the training programme. 28. Farm Machinary Exhibition : The Directorate of Extension and Krishi Vigyan Kendra, UAS, Dharwad under Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojane organized one day Farm Machinery Exhibition 2015 at KVK, Dharwad on A total of 18 different farm machinery manufacturers and distributors participated and exhibited the agricultural equipments. Laser leveler, rotovator, drudgery reducing equipments, different types of cycle weeder, plough, harrow, seed drill, envirofit chulha, millet processing unit, maize sheller etc., were exhibited for the benefit of the farmers. The demonstration of laser based land leveling machinery was the key attraction of the exhibition. More
165 152 than 600 farmers, farm women and students from Dharwad, Gadag, Belagavi and Haveri districts participated in the exhibition. 29. Technology transfer through Farmers clubs : The off campus training programme on Market Advocacy was organized under the NABARD sponsored Pilot project on Technology transfer, Credit Counseling and Market Advocacy through Farmers clubs in Dharwad district for master trainers. The master trainers in turn trained the raitakuta members on crop production and market advocacy in the respective villages accounting 40 off campus training programmes under the guidance of KVK, Dharwad during The production of technological inputs viz., Trichoderma production unit and vermicomposting production unit started at KVK, Hanumanmatti. 31. Awareness Programme on Protection of plant varieties and farmers rights-act organized with sponsorship of PPVFRA, New Delhi was conducted successfully with good response from more than 150 farmers/farm women participation at KVK. 32. Skill Oriented Training Programme on " Palm Climbing through Machine & Crown Cleaning" sponsored by Sanjeevini KSRLPS Bangalore.: KVK in collaboration with Sanjeevini KSRLPS Bangalore & Coconut Development Board, Bangalore conducted Skill oriented Training for youths on Coconut Palm climbing and plant protection for 6 days each during November Totally 80 trainees were trained in 4 batches on climbing the coconut tree with the help of machine and coconut production technologies. Exposure visits were arranged to Progressive Farmers field to gain practical experience. 33. Training cum awareness programme on Protection of Plant Varieties and Farmers' Rights Act 2001 :Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Uttara Kananda, Sirsi in collaboration with Protection of Plant Varieties & Farmers' Rights Authority (PPV&FRA), New Delhi organized a training cum awareness programme on Protection of Plant Varieties and Farmers' Rights Act 2001 on at Shri. Prasad Rama Hegde's Field, Kanakodlu Village of Yellapur Taluka. The programme was inaugurated by Dr.S.L.Madivalar, Dean, COF Sirsi. Dr. R.Vasudev gave information on importance of protecting the traditional varieties, local varieties, parental varieties and Shri. Shivashenkarmurthy M. educated about the farmers rights towards protection of varieties. Progressive farmer and "Plant Genome Saviour Farmer Recognition " awardee for the year 2012, Shri. Shankar Langati, Gundenatti village of Khanapur Taluk, Belgaum District graced as special invitee. During this event, 5 farmers of Uttara Kannada district were facilitated for their valuable contributions in conservation of traditional paddy, mango & vegetable varieities. An exhibition of traditional varieties of the district was also arranged. 110 farmers from different talukas of uttara kannada and adjoining districts were participated. 34. Importance of nutrition and its management in dairy animals: A workshop on Importance of nutrition and its management in dairy animals was organized in collaboration with NIANP,Bangalore at Yadalli Village of Sirsi Taluka on Dr.N.K.S Gouda, Scientist from NIANP trained the farmers on preparation of silage from cocoa, pineapple, arecanut wastes. The programme was inauguarated by Dr.K.V.Natikar, ADE, UAS,Dharwad and expressed the need of alternate rich source of fodder during fodder scarcity. 35. Seminar on Advances in cocoa production technologies for sustainability: Seminar on Advances in cocoa production technologies for sustainability was organized on at Sirsi in collaboration with CPCRI, Kasaragod Regional Station Vitla and Kadamba Foundation, Sirsi. Scientists from CPCRI Vittla, Kasaragod and KVK Sirsi participated in the seminar. During technical session information with respect to Advanced production technologies of cocoa, plant protection and value addition of cocoa were discussed. An exhibition of different cocoa varieties, value added products of cocoa was arranged. More than 100 farmers & more than 50 students from College of Forestry, Sirsi have participated in the seminar.
166 IFS project was implemented in Villages - Itagi of Khanapur Taluka, Kurani of Hukkeri Taluk, and Halki of Savadatti taluka in Belgaum district covering 75 SC /ST farmers and Chennapur of Hubli Taluk in Dharwad district covering 16 SC farmers. 37. Study Tours to Maharashtra state was conducted by AEEC staff to the innovative awardee Farmers of Dharwad district. 38. The Directorate of Extension through its Transfer of Technology Centers (ToT) has broadcasted, telecasted and also published in print media about drought mitigating activities on contingency crops through different extension modes viz, campaigns, trainings, workshop, group meetings etc. 39. Significant achievements were made in the form of transfer of technology through On campus and Off campus trainings covering all talukas of the district considering the major problems in different crops of the district in association with KVK, KSDA, KSDH, NGOs etc. 40. Agriculture Technology week was conducted for about 35 farmers at instructional farm of KVK and ARS, Vijayapur on 10 Oct, University in collaboration with All India Radio, Dharwad is broadcasting information on agriculture and allied sector and direct phone in programme from 6.50 PM to 7.35 PM i.e for 45 min. on every Monday in Krishi Ranga radio channel. It has been started from 2 nd February, 2015 and will continue for 52 weeks. 42. Under RKVY programmes, Workshops on Soil and water conservation ITKs of Uttar Kannada district, seminars on millets, groundnut, improved cultivation practices in technologies in black pepper, campaign on popularization on Melia dubia (Hebbevu), training programmes-69, animal health camp-02, Kisan melas-02, farmers education tours-02, were conducted by the ToT centres Technology transferred and assessed Sl. No Name of the Technology 1 Assessment of bioagents and soil amendments for the management of collar rot in groundnut Economic observation (3-4 lines) Seed treatment with 10 g/kg. seeds & soil treatment with 2.5 kg & 2.5 q/ha. recorded 25.6 per cent increased yield compared to farmers practice Impact Assessment Economic benefit (Return per Rupee spent) Farmers Reaction 4.8 Utilization of bioagents and soil amendments reduced disease incidence enhanced yield levels the and the Feed back Use of Trichoderma, Pseudomonas & neemcake reduced collar rot disease effectively & good crop stand was maintained
167 Sl. No Name of the Technology 2 Assessment of Propiconazole against banded leaf and sheath blight(blsb) in Maize 3 Assessment of onion varieties for late kharif 4 Assessment of green peas varieties 5 Integrated Crop Management in Maize Economic observation (3-4 lines) Seed treatment with 2g/kg followed by stripping of lower 2 pairs of affected leaves and burn, Foliar application of 1ml/l at 35 & 45 DAS recorded 20.6 per cent increased yield compared to farmers practice Onion variety Bhima Super variety recorded maximum yield of 213 q/ha compared to other varieties Arkel and Azad Pea-3 varieties recorded 22.5 and 30.0 % increased yield over Bonneville variety Seed treatment with Trichoderma, Azospirillum and PSB along with field application of FeSO 4, ZnSO 4 and pest and disease management with Cypermethrin and Hexaconazole recorded 13.6 per cent increased yield compared to farmers practice Impact Assessment Economic benefit (Return per Rupee spent) Farmers Reaction 5.8 Use of Propiconazole reduced the incidence of BLSB disease in maize and gave higher yield 6.8 Compared to other varieties Bhima super fetched more price in the market apart from better yield 2.5 Because of the short duration, it is possible to harvest the pods as early as possible to meet the market demand and it is possible to grow another crop 7.1 By following ICM in maize, higher yield can be obtained Feed back 154 Integrated approach i.e., seed treatment, removal affected leaves and foliar application of Propiconazole reduced BLSB disease effectively & recorded higher yield Timely availability of new varieties, marketable yield highest in Bheema super variety Short duration, higher yield and consumer preference (Sweetness) of Azad pea -3 variety leads to higher net returns Applications of micronutrients recorded tremendous increase in yield
168 Sl. No Name of the Technology 6 Demonstration of Mugadsiri paddy variety 7 Demonstration of GPBD-5 groundnut variety 8 Demonstration of DSb-21 soybean variety 9 Demonstration of DGGV-2 greengram variety Economic observation (3-4 lines) Use of improved variety Mugadsiri along with proper management of nutrient recorded 15.3 per cent yield compared to farmers practice Use of GPBD-5 variety seeds and seed treatment with Trichoderma, Rhizobium and PSB along with spray of Nomuraea rileyi recorded 15.8 per cent increased yield compared to farmers practice Use of DSb-21 variety and seed treatment with Trichoderma, Rhizobium and PSB and management of leaf eating caterpillars by spray of Nomuraea rileyi recorded 17.1 per cent increased yield compared to farmers practice Use of DGGV-2 variety and seed treatment with Trichoderma, Rhizobium and PSB and management of apion weevil and powdery mildew disease recorded 12.2 per cent increased yield compared to farmers practice Impact Assessment Economic benefit (Return per Rupee spent) Farmers Reaction 4.8 Mugadsiri performed better and recorded higher yield compared to local variety 3.6 Obtained better yield and good quality haulm by GPBD-5 compared to GPBD Use of high yielding variety DSb-21 and effective management of leaf eating caterpillars by N. rileyi recorded higher yield 6.2 Use of improved variety DGGV-2 and proper management of apion weevil and powdery mildew resulted in higher yield Feed back 155 Use of Mugadsiri variety along with seed treatment recorded better yield compared to local variety The new variety GPBD-5 along with seed treatment recorded higher yields along with good quality seeds and fodder DSb-21 along with seed treatment with bio-agents recorded maximum yield compared to JS- 335 The variety DGGV-2 along with seed treatment with bio-agents recorded maximum yield compared to local variety
169 Sl. No Name of the Technology 10 Integrated Crop Management in Bengalgram 11 Integrated Crop Management in Bt. Cotton 12 Integrated Crop Management in Onion 13 Integrated Crop Management in Chilli Economic observation (3-4 lines) Use of JG-11 variety seeds and seed treatment with Trichoderma, Rhizobium and PSB and management of pod borer and wilt recorded per cent increased yield compared to farmers practice Integrated crop management in Btcotton recorded 20.7 per cent increased yield compared to farmers practice Use of Arka Kalyan variety seeds and proper management of nutrients, pest and diseases recorded 24.6 per cent increased yield compared to farmers practice By adoption of improved byadagi dabbi chilli variety with ICM management practices recorded per cent increased yield compared to farmers practice Impact Assessment Economic benefit (Return per Rupee spent) Farmers Reaction 5.3 Use of JG-11 variety and proper management of pod borer and wilt resulted in higher yield 3.4 Proper management of nutrients and sucking pests enhanced the yield levels and gave good economic returns 3.60 Arka Kalyan variety showed moderatel resistan to purple leaf blotch disease and recorded higher yield compared to farmers practice. Attractive color and better storage of variety results in better price 6.40 Proper management of sucking pests and fruit borer resulted in higher good quality chilli yield Feed back 156 Proper management of pod borer and wilt disease recorded better yield compared to farmers practice Better nutrient management, IPM and IDM practices recorded better yield compared to farmer practice The improved variety Arka Kalyan recorded better yield along with good keeping quality and better market price Use of improved variety along with better nutrient and pest management recorded good yield levels
170 Sl. No Name of the Technology 14 Integrated Crop Management in Safflower 15 Popularization of Soybean variety Dsb-21 (10 farmers) 16 Transplanting technique in Pigeon pea (05 farmers) 17 ICM in Bt-Cotton (10 farmers) 18 ICM in Cabbage (10 farmers) Economic observation (3-4 lines) By adopting ICM technology, 15 per cent increase in yield noticed compared to farmers practice More number of pods /plant in DSB-21. Hence higher yield compared to local check Transplanted seedlings showed higher yield Achieved efficient management of sucking pests with timely application of suitable insecticides Black rot disease & diamond back moth were controlled effectively by application of precise pesticides Impact Assessment Economic benefit (Return per Rupee spent) Farmers Reaction 3.40 ICM practices and proper management of aphids resulted in higher yield 2.91 Higher yield was observed compared to local check with better performance under excess moisture Transplanted seedlings recorded higher 2.50 yield than conventional method Satisfied with performance of pesticides which controlled pests 2.19 and increased the yield 3.44 Precise use of pesticides for management of pest and disease increased the yield Feed back 157 Proper nutrient and pest management along with use of improved variety recorded higher yield Resistant to rust disease, More (3-4) seeds/pod. Hence higher yield was observed. Uniform growth of transplanted seedlings with high yield and better quality seeds Timely application of suitable effective pesticides against sucking pests, controls the pests & enhances the yield Timely management of black rot disease and DBM pest with suitable pesticide controls pest and disease and increases the yield
171 Sl. No Name of the Technology 19 Purple blotch disease management in Onion (10 farmers) 20 Supplementation of Pro biotics in dairy animals (10 farmers) 21 KMP 105 short duration paddy variety late kharif planting Economic observation (3-4 lines) Difenconazole is the effective fungicide for the control of purple blotch disease & enhances the yield Pro biotic mixture supplementation increased milk yield Gross Cost Rs Gross Income Rs Net profit Rs Impact Assessment Economic benefit (Return per Rupee spent) 3.33 Farmers Reaction Major disease viz.,onion purple blotch was managed by timely application of Difenconazole fungicide 1.52 Supplementation of pro biotic mixture produced good milk yield 2.80 Farmers expressed their good opinion on KMP-105 variety and its duration yield resistance to blast, stem borer infestation, quality of seeds Feed back 158 Application of Difenconazole is effective in management of purple blotch disease and increases the yield Supplementation of pro biotic mixture during early lactation significantly increased milk yield and milk fat by correcting negative energy balance and increased solid not fat and it also improved the body condition KMP-105 paddy variety matures in 105 days there by escapes the water scarcity during late kharif. The variety is resistant to blast disease compared check variety Rasi
172 Sl. No Name of the Technology 22 Root grub management in maize Economic observation (3-4 lines) More plant population Impact Assessment Economic benefit (Return per Rupee spent) Farmers Reaction Seed Treatment (ST) with metarhizium anisopliae and soil DAS has helped in management of rootgrub compared to drenching and labour saving Feed back ST with metarhizium anisopliae must be compulsory for private hybrids Assessment of hydrogel as a soil amendment for increasing productivity in redgram 24 Response of Red gram to boron nutrition 25 Introduction of wilt and SMD resistance & high yielding hybrid ICPH-2740 & GRG-2009 of pigeon pea under irrigated condition 26 Introduction of helicoverpa resistance & high yielding hybrid ICPHaRL of pigeon pea under rain fed condition With application of 2.5kg/ha., crop performance is better during drought Application of boron increased more number of branches and pods /plant No wilt and SMD were observed. The yield was higher in hybrid than in variety Less pod borer incidence 4.16 Application of hydrogel has found less advantage over RPP under high moisture condition 4.14 More number of pods and more yield 0 Hybrid is high yielding and no wilt and SMD observation but late maturing. 0 Only 2 sprays given for podborer but podfly incidence was more as it was late maturing. Appilcation method should be standardized Soil application of kg/ha increases net returns as well as redgram yield over RPP. Hybrid with early maturity was preferred Number of sprays reduced but sprays for podfly management is must.
173 Sl. No Name of the Technology 27 Weed management in transplanted onion under irrigated conditions 28 Lime Canker management 29 Popularization of Cereals + Pulses intercropping systems (Maize + Soybean(2 each) Economic observation (3-4 lines) Sequencial application of 1.0 kg a.i/ha (Pre emergence ) followed by kg a.i./ha (POE)controls weeds effectively and increases the onion yield Good fruits and more economic returns Economically more profit, Soil moisture conservation & Weed control Impact Assessment Economic benefit (Return per Rupee spent) Farmers Reaction 3.46 Sequencial application of pendimethaline followed by oxyfluorofen controls weeds effectively and increases the onion yield 2.78 Pseudomonas florescens alone cannot manage the disease but when used in between other sprays it manages the disease and reduces the cost of cultivation. 2.0 Additional yield and weed control. Soil fertility increases Feed back This application takes care of Cuscuta (parasitic weed) in Onion along with other weeds. Pseudomonas florescens combination will perform better Acceptable and satisfactory technology Use of 2% Urea Mgso4+Feso4+ Znso4 spray at vegetative flowering and boll stage in Cotton 31 Use of pre emergence herbicides for control of weeds in Greengram Reduce reddening of leaves, increase yield, prevent flower and boll dropping Control of weeds by pre emergence herbicide was effective % increase in yield Good and acceptable & reduce labour cost Technology acceptable and satisfactory and good vegetative growth and boll size Less time consuming and useful due to unavailabilty of labour 32 FLD on Popularizat ion of new soybean variety DSB -21 for rust resistance & yield performance Rust resistant and high yielding 2.80 Good and acceptable Availabilty of seeds at the earliest
174 Sl. No Name of the Technology 33 Use of Banana special Economic observation (3-4 lines) Good size fingers and bunches & Higher yield Impact Assessment Economic benefit (Return per Rupee spent) 2.50 Farmers Reaction Good growth and fingers / fruits size and acceptable Feed back 161 Availabilty of micronutrients at university level is required 34 Sugarcane : Root grub management by using bio agent- Metarrhizium 35 Demonstration of maize hybrid, GH Demonstration of Greengram variety, DGGV-2 37 Demonstration of groundnut variety, G Management of downy mildew and powdery mildew disease in grapes 39 Integrated crop management in Sunflower (KBSH- 53) 40 Integrated crop management in tomato Effective control of root grub at early stage, reduce yield loss The performance of GH-727 is inferior to private hybrids, however, it is tolerant toturcicum Leaf Blight(TLB) DGGV-2 recorded higher yield with plant protection G2-52 recorded higher yield as compared to TMV-2 and it is tolerant to leaf spot Increased yield and better control of PM & DM which recorded a net return of Rs. 2,39,359=00 ICM practice involving KBSH-53 hybrid resulted in higher yields New hybrid Arka Rakshak recorded higher yield 2:00 Acceptable and Satisfactory 4.95 The hybrid is tolerant to TLB but having poor yielding ability With plant protection measures, it s performance is better The variety is tolerant to leaf spot disease and resulted in higher yield New molecule Taqat found to be effective against foliar diseases 3.0 The hybrid KBSH-53 found to be tolerant against Powdery Mildew disease 2.66 Arka Rakshak hybrid is tolerant to foliar diseases Availability effective broad range bioagents at Agril offices There is a need to develop high yielding hybrids which can compete with private hybrids There is a need to develop YLD resistant varieties. Availability of Seeds must be ascertained The technology is acceptable The seed availability must be ascertained The technology is acceptable
175 Sl. No Name of the Technology 41 Integrated crop management in onion 42 Demonstration of wheat variety, UAS Demonstration of new sorghum variety, BJV Integrated crop management in Redgram variety TS-3R 45 Management of onion thrips T1: Acetamaprid 0.25g/l T2: Dimethoate 1.75ml/l 46 Management of Grape mite T1: Propargite 2.50 ml/l T2: Dicofol 2.50ml/l Economic observation (3-4 lines) ICM practice resulted in better management of sucking pest and disease Wheat variety UAS 304 performed better than DWR-162 BJV-44 recorded higher yield than M-35-1 TS3R recorded higher yield over local variety Thrips /plant T1; 8.25, T2:18.24 Per cent mite infestation T1; 9.72% T2: 20.28% Impact Assessment Economic benefit (Return per Rupee spent) Farmers Reaction 2.66 Use of Acetamaprid and Difenaconazole found effective against pest and disease management 3.90 Farmers expressed the variety is high tillering, dwarf in nature and results in better yield 5.03 BJV-44 is high yielding variety under protective irrigation 4.38 ICM in redgram results in improvement in yield and reduced cost of production Yield (q/ ha) T1:64.14 T2:71.36, % increased over T1; 11.36% Yield (t/ ha) T1:28.04 T2:26.03, % increased over T1; 7.77% Acetamaprid 0.25g/l is good for thrips control Propargite 2.50 ml/ is good for thrips control Feed back There is a need to develop varieties tolerant to foliar diseases There is a need to develop similar dwarf wheat varieties for rainfed condition. There is need to develop short duration varieties for dry land situation The technology is accepted Accepted Accepted 162
176 Sl. No Name of the Technology 47 Management of mite in lime T1: Spiromecifen T2: Dicofol 2.50ml/l 48 Importance, installation, management of Biogas plants 49 Importance of Azolla, how to cultivate and its various applications. 50 Importance, preparation of compost making and use of decomposing cultures, preparation of P- enriched compost Economic observation (3-4 lines) Mites /leaf T1; 3.51 T2: 6.20 Savings in energy, clean energy, hastens composting process. As animal feed, it increases the milk yield and health of the animals besides reducing the feeds. Best means for organic farming, efficient recycling of residues, avoids chemical fertilisers, eco- friendly, high quality products obtained. Impact Assessment Economic benefit (Return per Rupee spent) Yield (q/ ha) T1:170.40, T2:154.06, % increased over T1; 9.20% Pay back period is 1.5 years Farmers Reaction Propargite 2.50 ml/ is good for thrips control Convinced about the technology Azolla was supplied to many farmers. The technology was convinced convinced about the technology Feed back Accepted 163 Need subsidy for new plants, lack of space near home, but very much interested. Cultivated Azolla and used as fodder for cattle and poultry. Farmers are convinced about the yields and efficiency of composting Training Programmes Organized Sl No Type of trainings No.of trainings 1 National level training State level training Foundation training course No. of Participants (Extension functionaries of KSDA) 4 SAMETI (N) training Programmes TOT centre level Training 5 On Campus: Off Campus
177 Demonstrations Sl Technology demonstrated No Method Demonstration 1 Seed treatment with biofertilizers and bio-agents 2 Seed treatment with biofertilizers and bio-agents 3 Utilization of 1% KNO 3 to induce drought tolerance in greengram 4 Seed treatment with biofertilizers and bio-agents Area in ha. No. of participants Crop Impact of Demonstration - 25 Paddy The same technology was adopted by more than 200 farmers in the operational area - 32 Greengram The same technology was adopted by more than 250 farmers in the operational area - 50 Greengram More than 100 farmers were aware of this technology and adopted same in different cropping system - 30 Soybean The same technology was adopted by more than 350 farmers in the operational area 5 Soil sample collection More than 150 farmers collected the soil samples from their fields by following proper method for analysis 6 Compost preparation by using bio-agents 7 Raising of vegetable seedlings in pro tray 8 Preparation of potato finger chips 9 Preparation of potato based jilebi 10 Preparation of potato based halva 11 Preparation of potato based papad 12 Preparation of potato based badam puri 13 Preparation of potato based kabab - 50 Compost culture Vegetable seedlings - 8 Potato - 8 Potato - 8 Potato - 8 Potato - 8 Potato - 8 Potato More than 200 farmers using composting culture More than 100 participants are practicing this technology in vegetable cultivation Women learnt about processing and value addition in potato which were utilized during the glut period and enhanced their income
178 14 Use of potato slicer - 5 Potato Women learnt about potato chips making technology using potato slicer and started preparing chips (25 %) 15 Preparation of phenyl - 24 IGA 16 Preparation of washing powder 17 Preparation of diabetic mix, packaging and labeling 18 Stripping of groundnut from plants - 24 IGA (income generation activitiy) - 19 Foxtail millet & Urad dhal - 8 Groundnut stripper 19 Decorticating the groundnut - 8 Groundnut decorticator 20 Vermicompost Method demonstration 21 Composting of agricultural waste using composting culture 22 Milking machine 23 Fodder cutting machine 24 Soil sampling methods Soil sampling 165 SHG members have learnt preparation of household chemicals which has been taken up as income generation activities (15 %) SHG members have learnt preparation of diabetic mix, packaging and labeling which has been taken up as income generation activity Farm women learnt to separate groundnut from the plant which reduced drudgery and served as labour and time saving device Farm women learnt to decorticate groundnut which reduced drudgery and served as labour and time saving device The farmers could understand the details of vermicomposting methodology The farmers could understand importance of composting culture for composting The farmers could understand the use of milking machine The farmers could understand the use & importance of fodder cutting machine Farmers were able to get the soil samples with correct procedures
179 Lime application to arecanut 4 Farmers are convinced 10 Arecanut about the application of lime to acidic soils and other farmers are also following the practice. There is an improvement in ph and availability of nutrients 26 Manure and fertilizer application in arecanut 4 11 Arecanut Farmers are convinced about the application of lime to the acidic soils and other farmers are also following the practice. There is an increase in the yield. 27 Seed treatment methods in Paddy Paddy Disease free and healthy seedlings 28 Seed treatment in ginger 1 4 Ginger Incidence of disease minimized and farmers are convinced with this technology 29 Weedicide application in cereals 5 12 Paddy Maize Minimised the incidence of weeds. Best alternative for manual 30 Composting of arecanut husk weeding with less cost Compost Better utilization of arecanut waste and good manure 31 Fertilizer application method in arecanut 1 4 Arecanut Efficient use of nutrients and minimized loss. 32 Method of fertilizer applciation in ginger - 8 Ginger Efficient use of nutrients and minimized loss. 33 Dapog nursery preparation 2 5 Paddy For machine transplanting 34 Biofertilizer application - 14 Paddy Healthy seedlings though seedling root dip 35 Composting method of arecanut husk - 4 Composting Better utilization of arecanut waste and 36 Seed treatment with biofertilizers good manure - 40 Blackgram Healthy seedlings and fixes atmospheric nitrogen 37 Seed treatment 100 ha 500 Redgram Seed tratemnt with bio agents in local var local gulyal takes care of Wilt. 38 Seed treatment with Metarhizium anisopliae 10 ha 12 Maize Seed treatment with Metarrhizium anisopliae managed the rootgrubs problem
180 Seed treatment at Khanvi kharif crops Farmers were convinced 40 Seed treatment at Ron kharif crops about use of seed 41 Seed treatment at Shigli kharif crops treatment reduces the 42 Seed treatment at Dambal kharif crops pest and diases 43 Seed treatment at kharif crops incidence and enhances Mundaragi the yield of the crop. 44 Soil sample collection Farmer learned the soil sample collection technology. 45 Seed treatment of ginger with 10g per kg of seeds 46 Seed treatment of ginger with COC and streptocycline - 10 Ginger There is a reduction of rhizome rot in seed treated plot noticed compared to check plot Ginger 47 Soil application of 200 g per plant and after a week of time application of 50g ZnSO 4 and 25g borax per plant to control nut dropping. 48 Seed treatment of pineapple suckers with redomil MZ or 2g/l. Dipping of suckers for 10 min. for control of kole roga (wilt) - 04 Arecanut Bordeux mixture 1% spraying & soil application 10-15g Boron+10g ZnSO 4 less incidine and highest yield - 05 Pineapple Less incidence of koleroga in treated plot compared to check 49 Compost making Farmers learnt the compost making technology. 50 Seed treatment Bengalgra Redgram 51 HSc Technologies-FSN HSc Technologies TAD HSc Technologies HDFs Preparation of Soft toys - 25 Belavadi 55 Preparation of millet based products 56 Management of Panama wilt of Banana through stem injection method Result Demonstrations 57 Use of Nomuraea rileyi for the management of leaf eating caterpillar in Soybean - 23 Belavadi Prevented soil and seed borne diseases 1 ha. 30 Banana Technology is very good. all Banana growers adopted this technology and low cost technology Soybean More than 300 farmers used Nomuraea rileyi for the management of leaf eating caterpillar in
181 58 Use of methyl euginol trap for the management of fruit fly in guava 59 Rearing of fishes in farm pond Block Demonstration 60 Popularization of rabi sorghum varieties viz., CSV-29R, Phule Suchitra and Phule Revati under rainfed condition 61 Groundnut large scale demonstroation G soybean at Kalaghatagi, Hubli and Dharwad taluk - 25 Guava More than 50 farmers are using traps for management of fruit fly - 80 Fish culture More than 25 farmers are started rearing fish in farm ponds - 19 Sorghum These rabi varieties were found promising with respect to quality and quantity aspect of grain as well as fodder Groundnut G-2-52variety increased yield by 13.5% over TMV-2 62 Vermi compost Farmers are interested for production of vermicompost 63 Use of pheromore traps - 50 Bengal gram /Redgram 64 Enhancement of Red gram Yields by Transplanting Technologies Through Peoples Participation in Haveri Dist. 65 Large scale demonstration on chilli varieties DC 1007 & Byadgi Dabbi Whole Farm Demonstration 66 Integrated Farming System in various locations Management of pod borer was effective 6 15 Red gram Technology is very good and farmers are getting good yield in the range 16-18q/ha. Kharif Lakamajiko ppa, Byadgi taluk 5 5 Field crops, Horticulture crops, Forestry crops, Dairy, Poultry etc. Technology is accepted More than 150 farmers have adopted whole farm demonstration technologies. 67 Integrated Farming System 2 05 Agri./Hort. Under progress 68 Rabi Sorghum variety SPV Vs M Sorghum SPV-2217 Vs M35-1 seeds were bold, good for fodder because of stay green quality and there was no lodging problem which was accepted by the farmers and recorded higher yield
182 Front Line Demonstration 69 Demonstration of mugadsiri paddy variety 70 Integrated crop management in maize 71 Demonstration of GPBD-5 groundnut variety 72 Demonstration of DSb-21 soybean variety Paddy More than 85 farmers adopted the new production technology 4 10 Maize More than 300 farmers adopted the micronutrient management along with seed treatment with bioagents 2 5 Groundnut More than 100 farmers are using GPBD-5 variety for cultivation in the district 4 10 Soybean More than 1000 farmers are using new soybean variety DSb ICM in summer groundnut 4 10 Groundnut More than 100 farmers are following ICM practices in summer groundnut 74 Demonstration of DGGV-2 greengram variety 75 Integrated Disease management in blackgram 76 Integrated crop management in bengalgram 77 Integrated crop management in in Bt. cotton 78 Integrated crop management in onion 2 5 Greengram More than 150 farmers are using bio-agents for seed treatment and follow suitable measures for management of apion weevil along with new variety DGGV Blackgram More than 100 farmers are following suitable measures for the management of foliar diseases in blackgram 2 5 Bengalgra m More than 1000 farmers are following ICM practices in bengalgram 4 10 Cotton More than 300 farmers are following suitable measures for the management of nutrients, pest and diseases in cotton 4 10 Onion More than 600 farmers are adopting ICM practices involving sowing of maize as a border crop and pest management practices
183 79 Integrated crop management in chilli 80 Integrated crop management in safflower 81 Integrated crop management in mango 82 Introduction of diabetic mix with glycimic index of 49 as an IGA for SHGs 83 Popularization of soybean variety DSb Popularization of groundnut variety GPBD-5 for Kharif Popularization of groundnut variety GPBD-5 for summer 86 Transplanting technique in pigeon pea (BSMR-736) 87 Popularization of chickpea variety BGD Sustainable sugarcane initiative (SSI) with SNK ICM in Bt-cotton 90 ICM in cabbage Chilli More than 600 farmers are adopting ICM practices involving sowing of Jowar as a border crop and pest management practices 4 10 Safflower More than 100 farmers are following proper nutrient management along with pest and diseases in safflower 4 10 Mango More than 800 farmers are adopting IPM and ICM practices in Mango for production of better quality fruits by minimizing the production cost - 2 SHGs Diabetic More than 15% of the mix SHG women are preparing diabetic mix and selling through retail shops in the village Soybean Resistant to rust disease, more (3-4) seeds/pod Hence higher yield was Groundnut Groundnut Pigeonpea Chickpea Sugarcane Cotton Cabbage observed. Bold grains and high yield with better fodder quality Under progress Uniform growth of transplanted seedlings with high yield and better quality seeds Under progress Under progress Sucking pests of cotton were controlled effectively by timely application of precise insecticides Major pest of cabbage (Diamond back moth) and black rot disease of
184 91 Purple blotch disease management in onion Supplementation of Pro biotics in dairy animals - 10 Onion Dairy 93 Popularization of groundnut variety GPBD-5 for summer under RKVY project. 25 Groundnut 94 Improved production technology for profitable paddy cultivation 95 Mechanized paddy transplanter to combat labour problem 96 ICM in maize with special emphasis on weed and nutrient management 97 KMP-105 short duration paddy variety for escaping moisture stress in summer 171 cabbage were controlled by using suitable pesticides Difenconazole was found to be effective in management of purple blotch disease in onion Supplementation of pro biotic mixture increased m yield and milk fat GPBD-5 a Groundnut variety with bold grains gave better yield than ruling variety in summer season 4 6 Paddy % increase in grain yield and % increase in straw yield was recorded. More number of tillers and good plant height was observed in demonstration plot. Timely plant protection measures are able to control pests and diseases effectively. 4 6 Paddy 79.4 % savings in labour for transplanting of paddy with % save in cost on transplanting. 27.9% increase in yield over manual transplanting Maize % increase in cob yield and 25.1 % increase in straw yield. Around % labour savings on weed management Paddy Technology is well accepted 98 ICM in groundnut 6 10 Groundnut Technology is well accepted 99 ICM in blackgram 6 8 Blackgram Technology is well accepted 100 IPM in Bt-Cotton 4 10 Bt- Cotton Plant protection measures against sucking insects and spray of planofix
185 101 Production technology for management of nut drop and root grub in arecanut 102 Management of Rhizome rot complex disease in ginger 103 Enhancing fruit set and yield in mango 104 Foot rot management in black pepper 105 Heart rot management in pineapple 106 Effective utilization of betta lands through silvi-hortipastoral system for sustainable land use 107 Cultivation of Sheme bamboo on farm bunds for 172 increased the yield in Bt cotton 4 10 Arecanut Drastic reduction in Nutdrop and Nutsplitting and there is significant increase in yield Ginger Reduced disease incidence and increased yield 4 10 Mango Reduced flower and fruit drop and increase in 250 vines 10 Blackpeppe r yield Reduced disease incidence, Farmers are convinced with the technology Pineapple Reduced disease incidence. Farmers are convinced with the technology 1 5 Silvi- Hortipastoral system 1 5 Sheme bamboo Vegetative stage Effective utilization of farm bunds. Adopted by neighboring farmers. income generation 108 Wider row spacing in bajra Bajra Wider row helps in conservation of moisture 109 Micronutrient management in maize 110 ICM in Wheat (variety UAS-304 seed treatment with biofertilizers Trichoderma, herbicide for weed control Hexaconozole for rust control) 111 Demonstration of DDK in Wheat (non lodging variety DDK seed treatment with biofertilizers trichoderma, herbicide for weed control, Hexaconozole for rust and leaf blight management ) 112 Relay cropping of onion in kharif followed by sorghum in rabi season Maize Addition of micronutrient increases yield & also tip filling Wheat UAS 304 is good yield & tolerant to rust, POE application of metasulfuron methyl control weeds Wheat Non lodging DDK-1029 was high yielding, good quality and with no lodging, harvesting cost was also reduced Cropping system Relay cropping increases net returns
186 113 DSFH-3 early hybrid Hexaconozole for powdery mildew management and Spinosad for BHHC Management 114 IPDM in Summer Groundnut (Seed treatment with 4g/kg, seeds & soil treatment with Pseudomonas 2.5kg & 2.5q /ha, 2 rows of maize or sorghum around the plot, spray of systemic insecticides for thrips, Profenophos for leaf miner, Difenconozole spray for leafspot ) 115 Demonstration of IPM in red gram (Variety TS-3R seed treatment with bio fertilizers and Trichoderma, ovicide spray, installation of pheromones traps, use neem based insecticides, HaNPV & need based application of chemical insecticides) 116 Introduction of variety with IPM in Bengalgram (Variety JG-11,seed treatment with bio fertilizers and Trichoderma, ovicides spray, installation of pheromones traps, use neem based insecticides, HaNPV & need based application of chemical insecticides ) 117 IPM in Bt Cotton: (Bt. Cotton, sorghum or maize or bhendi around the crop as trap or barrier use of systemic insecticides for sucking pest management, NSKE preventing of flower drop and reddening through foliar nutrition, spray of potassium nitrate spray during boll development stage Sunflower DSFH-3 early maturing and escapes the powdery mildew and farmers got additional income Summer groundnut Use of integrated pest and disease management practices has increased the yield of summer groundnut under irrigation Redgram Less number of sprays ecofriendly and no wilt observed. yield : 5-6 q/acre Bengalgram Less number of sprays, No wilt observed yield: 5-6 q/acre Cotton Good opening of bolls, uniform flowering, no leaf reddening was seen.
187 118 Popularization of planting methods in sugarcane 119 Plant protection in Pomegranate (for bacterial leaf blight management) sanitation, dusting bleaching powder around the plant use of disinfected, equipment for pruning, spraying of COC + antibiotics, spraying of micronutrients, spraying dimethoate & Carbaryl for thrips & fruit sucking moth management 120 IPDM in lime (defoliators, canker & mite management) 121 Integrated Pest and Disease management grape 8% stem injection, removal of dead bark, swabbing of insecticides to the stem, digging of soil around the plant and drenching of insecticide, swabbing of grease around the trunk and supporting structures foliar spray of DDVP+Menark, Fenamidone spray for downey mildew management 122 IPDM in 2 g/kg seed and drenching 30 3 g/lit, sorghum or maize around the crop as barrier, use of systemic insecticides for thrips management, difenconozole spray for blotch disease management and boron foliar spray) 123 Demonstration of Soybean Sugarcane Single eye budded seedlings reduce the cost of cultivation and gives more yield Pomegranat No BLB observed yields e of 6-8t/ha and farmers got net income of Rs lakh/acre Lime Less canker observed and yields of 1000 fruits/plant were obtained Grape Pest and disease management in groups through integrated approach increased grape yields Onion Use of sorghum as border crop reduced the incidence of thrips and 1ml reduced the purple blotch of Onion Soybean 11% increased yield by Dsb-21 over JS-335 DSb Groundnut variety GPBD Groundnut 22.4% increased yield over local
188 FLD on cotton Cotton 10.5 % increased yield 126 Plant protection in mango Mango Under progress plot 127 ICM in bengalgram Bengalgra m 18.2% increased yield in ICM Bengalgram compared to farmers practice 128 ICM in groundnut Groundnut Under progress 129 IARI demonstration of palak Palak 18.2% increased yield over local 130 IARI demonstration of pea Pea 22.8% increased yield over local 131 IARI demonstration of wheat Wheat 24.2% increased yield over local 132 Establishment of kitchen /nutritional garden 133 Establishment of fodder bank 134 Popularisation of Green gram- DGGV Popularization Sunflower hybrid DHFS Popularisation of Safflower NARI-1 vs A1 137 Popularisation of sorghum BJV-44 variety under RKVY 138 Popularisation of Bengalgram variety JG-11 under RKVY 139 Establishment of Kitchen /Nutritional garden 10 units 15 vegetables Farmers were happy for having fresh chemical free vegetables daily and saved the money atleast. For two to three months not purchased the vagetables 10 units Different fodder varieties Greeengra m Able to feed green fodder and recorded increase in the milk yield Greeengram DGGV-2 yield was better than the local varieties and seeds were bold and resistance to shattering of pods Sunflower DHFS-3variety was introduced which was accepted by the farmers and recorded higher yield Safflower Vitiated Sorghum BJV-44 variety was introduced which was accepted by the farmers and recorded higher yield Bengalgra m Vegetables and fruit plants Bengalgram variety JG- 11 was introduced which is tolerant to wilt disease has been acceptable by the farmers Farmers were happy for having fresh, chemical free vegetables daily
189 140 Establishment of fodder bank under RKVY 141 Popularisation Groundnut G2-52 variety under RKVY 142 Popularization of new soybean variety Dsb-21 for management of rust disease and blue beetle incidence & for higher yield performance through ICM (Kharif-2014) T1: ICM practice (RPP) T2: Farmers Practice 143 Cabbage: Front line demonstration on Management of foliar diseases, insects pests and integrated nutrient management for higher yield through ICM practices (Kharif ) T1: Recommended Package of Practice T2: Farmers Practice 144 Maize (FLD)- Popularization of Arjun (EH ) for Turcicum leaf blight disease and shoot borer and deficiency management and for higher yield performance (Kharif -2014) T1: Recommended Package of Practice T2: Farmers Practice 145 Bt-Cotton:FLD on Demonstration on Management of Leaf reddening, boll drops and Sucking pests and diseases for higher yield through ICM practices (kharif ) 146 Sugarcane : Large scale demonstration on root grub management by using bio agents Metarrhizium for higher yield during kharif/rabi units 10 Different fodder varieties Groundnut On going 176 and saved the money atleast for two to three months for not purchasing the vegetables Able to feed green fodder and recorded increase in the milk yield Soybean High yield and saving of pesticides cost. Accepted and good technology Cabbage High yield and Accepted Maize Arjun (EH Bt -Cotton (Mhyco- MRC) High yield and saving of pesticides cost and accepted Good vegetative growth, high yield and accepted Sugarcane Retaining bio agent population for long time, high yield and saving of pesticides cost and accepted
190 147 Bengal gram- Front Line Demonstration on Popularization of new variety JG -11 for management of root rot and wilt complex & yield performance through ICM (rabi ) T1: JG -11 T2: Farmers Practice Bengal gram High yield and technology accepted ICM in Ginger Ginger Technology works very well & will be taken up in the ensuing season. 149 ICM in Arecanut 200 plants 01 Arecanut Moderate increase in yield. 150 ICM in Black Pepper 120 seedlings 01 Black Pepper The growth of the vine is very good with low cost technology. 151 ICM in Groundnut Groundnut High yielding 152 ICM in Blackgram Blackgram High yielding 153 Variety popularization of high yielding varities 2 5 Grengram (DGGV-2) Increased yield in DGGV-2 Variety compared to the local variety 154 Variety popularization 4 10 Bengalgram (JG-11) 155 Variety popularization 7 18 Groundnut G Variety popularization/ ICM/ Groundnut, IDM/IFSin different crops/ Sorghum, enterprise Wheat, Sunflower, Redgram,, Pomegrana te, grapes, Greengram, Maize, Tomato 157 Integrated Farming System 2 Ingleshwar 158 Integrated Farming System 1.4 Shirknalli 159 ICM in Safflower 0.4 Safflower Bableshwar Increased yield in JG-11 Variety compared to the A- 1 variety Flowering stage Increase in farmers knowledge level about improved technology 160 Management of onion thrips 1 30 Onion 0.25g/l is most effective
191 161 Bio efficacy of new acaricides against the mites infesting grapes Grape 2.50ml/l is most effective 162 Management of lime mite Lime 0.75ml/l is most effective 163 Seed treatment in Safflower T1:Seeds sowing with 2% CaCl 2 for 12 hours, T2:Seeds without water sowing Safflower Seeds treated with 2% CaCl 2 found better for germination and higher seed yield. FARMERS FIELD SCHOOL 164 FFS on Chickpea Chickpea Adoption of precise integrated crop management practices increases the yield 4.5. Farm Trials Sl Crop No Technology tested 1 Chilli To identify superior variety of chilli, T1: DC-1007 T2: Byadagi dabbi 2 Little millet Evaluation of Little Millet variety DHLt- 36-3, T1: DHLt-36-3 T2: Sukshema 3 Foxtail millet Evaluation of foxtail millet variety, T1: DHFt T2: HMT Finger millet Evaluation of finger millet variety, T1: DHFM-78-3 T2: DHRS-1 Total Results No. of Trials 1 T1 recorded 16.28% increased yield compared to T2 1 T1 recorded 22.31% increased yield compared to T2 1 T1 recorded 25.37% increased yield compared to T2 1 T1 recorded 27.53% increased yield compared to T2 Feed back DC-1007 has moderately resistant for leaf curl (7%) and pod borer (6%) compared to Byadagi dabbi (leaf curl (10%) and pod borer (9.5%)) DHLt-36-3 has more no. of branches, higher plant growth, higher fodder yield (5-10%), late maturity (4-5 days) DHFt has higher plant growth (5 ft), compact and longer panicle length (20 cm) and 15% more fodder yield DHFM-78-3 has more height (4.5 ft), more fodder yield (15-20%), higher ear head length (10-12 cm), late maturity (15 days)
192 5 Barnyard millet Evaluation of barnyard millet variety, T1: DHB-93-2 T2: RAU-11 6 Proso millet Evaluation of proso millet variety, T1: DHP-2769 T2: GPUP-8 7 Soybean Foliar nutrition (KNO3) in Soybean, T1: Application of KNO 3 1 % (15 days after flower initiation) T2: No application of KNO 3 1% 8 Sunflower Response of sunflower to organic manures, T1: 50%organics (FYM+VC)+50% RDF T2: RDFRec.FYM common to T1 &T2 9 Maize Management of stem borer in Maize, T1: Emamectin benzoate 0.2g/lt T2 : Spinosad 0.2ml/l T-3 : Carbofuran 7.5 kg/ha 10 Potato Management of Potato black scurf, T1: Penflufen 240 FS, 83 g/100 l/ha T2 : Carbendazim g/110 l/ha 1 T1 recorded 26.25% increased yield compared to T2 1 T1 recorded 17.24% increased yield compared to T2 1 T1 recorded 9.86% increased yield compared to T2 2 T1 recorded 1.86% decreased yield compared to T2 2 T1 and T2 performed equally better and recorded and increase yield respectively compared to T3 2 T1 recorded 10.15% increased yield compared to T2 DHB-93-2 has compact and longer panicle length (16 cm), more no. of tillers (5-6 nos.) DHP-2769 has lesser height, short duration (80 days), early maturity (7 days), higher ear head length (25 cm) Foliar spraying of KNO 3 1 % (15 ) days after flowering to soybean crop retains foliage green till maturity. By reduction of 50% RDF (T1) it is possible to get equal yield as that of T1 (RDF) The stem borer can be effectively managed by the application of Emamectin benzoate as well as Spinosad Least dead heart symptom was recorded in T1 compared to T2 179
193 11 Brinjal Weed management in Brinjal, T1 : preemergence application of ai/ha T2 : Control 12 Mango Management of scale in mango, T1: 3.0 ml/l ml/l T2 : 1.70 ml/l 13 Tomato Varietal performance of GPBT-08 in Zone- 8, T1: GPBT-08, T2: DMT-5 14 Wheat Performance of UAS-334 (Bread wheat) over DWR- 162 in Zone 3 & 8, T1: UAS-334, T2: DWR Chilli To identify superior variety of Chilli 1 T1 recorded 13.51% increased yield compared to T Results to be reported Low weed intensity was recorded in T1 compared to T2 01 Vitiated Little millet Evaluation of Little Millet variety DHLt Foxtail millet Evaluation of Foxtail millet variety DHFt Finger millet Evaluation of Finger millet variety DHFM Barnyard millet Evaluation of Barnyard millet variety DHB New variety DHLt-36-3 showed higher yield of 23.53% over Sukshema variety 03 New variety DHFt showed higher yield of 20.0% over HMT variety 03 New variety DHFM showed higher yield of 38.1% over DHRS-1 variety 03 New variety DHB-93-2 showed higher yield of 15.79% over RAU-11 variety The new variety is higher yielding The new variety is performing better than variety HMT Performance of new variety is better than DHRS-1 The new variety higher produced yield
194 20 Proso millet Evaluation of Proso millet variety DHP Cotton Management of Alternaria leaf blight in cotton 22 Maize Management of stem borer in maize 23 Tomato Evaluation of Tomato (GPBT- 08) variety 24 Bajra T1: Pre emergence spray of Atrazine 50% 0.5 kg a.i /ha followed by one hand weeding at 35 DAS. T2: Early POE spray of Atrazine 50% 0.4 kg a.i /ha when weeds are at 2-3 leaf stage followed by one hand weeding at 35 DAS. 25 Red gram Yield Maximization in pigeon pea T1: Dry Sowing at spacing of 120cm X 90 cm in June (dibbling) T2: * Transpl anting of 25 days aged seedlings *Wherever water source is available for watering after transplanting T3: Farmers practice (90cm X20 cm) onset of monsoon 03 New variety DHP showed higher yield of 12.5% over GPUP-8 variety 01 Capritop was found to be an effective fungicide in manage ment of Alternaria leaf blight by controlling the disease to the tune of 32% 01 Emamectin benzoate was effective in control of stem borer of Maize by 10% control of pest 02 Under progress - 02 T1:1640 kg/ha T2: 1621 kg/ha 02 T1:1270 kg /ha T2: 1454 kg/ha T3: 995 kg/ha 181 The new variety performing better than GPUP-8 variety Application of suitable fungicide controls the leaf blight effectively and increases the yield Stem borer manag ement with precise use of insecticides controls the pest and increases the yield 0.4 kg a.i.ha as a early POE (Weeds are at 2-3 leaf stage) controls weeds effectively. Dry sowing/transplantin g ( if water source available) is best agronomic practice.
195 26 Foxtail millet T1.DHFT T2-HMT Little millet T1-DHLt-36-3 T2-Sukshema 28 Proso millet T1-DHP-2789 T2-GPUP-8 29 Barnyard millet T1- DHB-93-2 T2- RAU Finger millet T1- DHFM-78-3 T2- DHRS-1 31 Safflower T1.Seed treatment with Cacl T2.Un treated 32 Wheat T1.UAS 334 T2.DWR Rabi jowar T1. SPV 2217 T2.M T1: 13.5 q/ha T2: 10.8 q/ha 25 % increase in yield over T2 02 T1: 12.0 q/ha T2: 9.75 q/ha 23 % increase in yield over T2 02 T1: 22.0 q/ha T2: 18.0 q/ha 22 % increase in yield over T2 02 T1: 16.5 q/ha T2: 12.3 q/ha 34 % increase in yield over T2 02 T1: 29.5 q/ha T2: 22.0 q/ha 34 % increase in yield over T2 01 T1: 946 kg/ha T2: 855 kg/ha 10.5 % increase in yield 02 T1:35 q/ha T2: 28 q/ha 25 % increase in yield 02 T1:15.5 q/ha T2: 14.2 q/ha 8.4 % increase in yield DHFT yilelds more over check variety New variety yields more over check variety New variety yields more over check variety New variety yields more over check variety New variety yields more over check variety Seed treatment with CaCl imparts drought tolerance UAS 334 yields more and good for chapati making. SPV 2217 suits to deep black soil Rabi sorghum- Bengal gram cropping system in deep black soils (organic) T1.Organic (100%) T2.RPP 02 T1:12.9(RJ) fb 10.5 (C ) q/ha T2: 11.2(RJ) fb 9.5 (C ) q/ha In organic cultivation rabi Sorghum- Bengal gram cropping system under deep black soils is profitale. 35 Sunflower Rabi sorghum cropping system in medium deep black soils T1.Organic (100%) T2.RPP 02 T1:11.25(SF) fb 14.0 (C ) q/ha T2: 10.4 (RJ) fb 12.8 (C ) q/ha In organic cultivation Sunflower- Rabi sorghum cropping system under medium black soils is profitale.
196 36 Onion (Large Scale Demonstratio n- LSD) 37 Management of Lime mite (LSD) 38 Management of Grape mite(lsd) Thrips management in Onion 1g/4lt of water two sprays 1.75ml/lt of water T1: Spiromecifen 0.75ml/l T2: Dicofol 2.50ml/l T1: Propargite 2.50 ml/l T2: Dicofol 2.50ml/l 02 T1:59 q/ha 10 thrips/pl T2:54 q/ha 18 thrips/pl T1:63 q/ha 7 thrips/pl T2: 55 q/ha 16 thrips/pl 02 Loc: 1: T1:228 q/ha 68 white patches/20 /leaves T2: 205 q/ha 132white patches per 20 leaves Loc:2 T1:27.5 q/ha 75white patches /20 /leaves T2: 26.5 q/ha 125white patches20 /leaves Loc: 1: T1:28.5 q/ha 2 mites/leaf T2: 26.5 q/ha 5 mites /leaf Loc:2 T1:27.5 q/ha 4 mites/leaf Spray of Acitamoprid managed the thrips wilt. Spiromecifen is effective in managing the mite wilt. Propargite is effective in managing the mite wilt. 183 T2: 26.5 q/ha 5 mites /leaf 39 Paddy Evaluation of paddy variety PSB- 68 T1: PSB-68 T2: Abhilash 40 Chilli To identify superior variety of chilli T1 : DC-1007 T2 : Byadagi dabbi 41 Little Millet Evaluation of Little Millet variety DHLt T1: DHLt-36-3 T2: Sukshema 1 T1 : 5905 T2: 5425 T1>T2= 8.9% 2 Vitiated - 2 T1 : 1155 T2 : 1015 T1>T2 = 13.8% PSB-68 paddy variety increase yield of 8.9% over Abhilash DHLt-36-3 little millet variety increase yield of 13.8% over Sukshema
197 42 Foxtail Evaluation of foxtail millet variety T1: DHFt T2: HMT Finger millet Evaluation of finger millet variety T1: DHFM-78-3 T2: DHRS-1 44 Barnyard millet Evaluation of barnyard millet variety T1: DHB-93-2 T2: RAU Proso millet Evaluation of proso millet variety T1: DHP-2769 T2: GPUP-8 46 Maize Management of stem borer in Maize T1 : Emamectin benzoate 0.2g/lt T2 : Spinosad 0.2ml/l T3 : Carbofuran 7.5kg/ha 47 Potato Management of Potato black scurf T1: Penflufen 240 FS 83 g/100 l/ha T2 : Carbendazim g/100 l/ha 48 Bt. cotton Bio-efficacy of Cabrio Top 60% WG against 184 varieties in Bt. Cotton T1: Cabrio 3.5 g/l foliar spray at 60,75 and 90 DAS T2: 2g/l foliar spray at 60,75 and 90 DAS 2 T1: T2: T1>T2 = 8.28 % 2 T1: 2950 T2: T1>T2 = 17.09% 2 T1: T2: 1600 T1>T2 = 13.28% T1: T2: T1>T2 = 6.19% 2 T1: 3892 T2: 3770 T3: T1: 10,225 T2: 9475 T1>T2=7.9% 1 T1: 1350 T2: 1170 T1>T2=15.4% 184 DHFt foxtail millet variety increase yield of 8.28% over HMT DHFM-78-3 finger millet variety increase yield of 17.09% over DHRS- 1 DHB-93-2 barnyard millet variety increase yield of 13.28% over RAU- 11 DHP-2769 proso millet variety increase yield of 6.19% over GPUP-8 Treatments T1 & T2 were found superior over T3 Penflufen found 7.9% increase yield over Carbendazim Cabrio Top application resulted in 15.4% increase yield over Mancozeb
198 49 Greengram Weed management in greengram T1: Pendimethalin a.i./ha T2: Farmers practice (1 HW and 2 IC) 50 Redgram Response of red gram to planting geometry and growth retardant : T1: 120 cm X 20 cm with chlorme quatchloride spray at 70 DAS T2: 90 cm X 20 cm with nipping at 50 DAS 51 Soybean Foliar nutrition (KNO 3 ) in Soybean Application of KNO 3 1 % (15 days after flower initiation) T2: No application 52 Cotton Weed management in Bt. Cotton T1: Pyrithriobac sodium g ai/ha + 1 hoeing at DAS T2: Pendimethalin 30 kg ai/ha as pre emergence fb Auizalofop ethyl 5 50g ai/ha as post emergence at 30 DAS + 1 hoeing + 1 HW check) 53 Sunflower Response of sunflower to organic manures T1:50%organics(F YM+VC)+50%RD F T2: RDF Rec.FYMcommon to T1 & T2 2 T1: 665 T2: 610 T1>T2= 9.0% 2 T1: 1400 T2: 1200 T1>T2= 16.66% 1 T1: 1750 T2: 1670 T1>T2= 4.8% 2 T1: 1410 T2: 1305 T1>T2=8.0% 2 T1: 1440 T2: 1480 T1<T2= 2.78% 185 Pendimethalin found 9.0% increase yield over Farmers practice Treatment T1 recorded 16.66% increased yield over T2 Treatment T1 recorded 4.8% increased yield over T2 Pyrithriobac sodium recorded 8.0% increase yield over Pendimethalin Treatment T2 found superior over T1
199 54 Brinjal Weed management in Brinjal T1 : preemergence application of ai/ha T2 : Control 55 Paddy Dual Culture of Azolla in rainfed transplanted paddy 56 Cocoa Management of fruit rot in Cocoa 57 Onion Management of onion thrips 58 Grape Management of Grape mite 59 Lime Mite Management in Lime Rabi Farm Trial 60 Tomato Varietal performance of GPBT-08 in Zone8 T1: GPBT -08 T2: DMT-5 61 Mango Management of scale insect in Mango T1: 3.0 ml/l + Dichlorovos! 1.0 ml/l T2 : 1.70 ml/l 1 Result awaited 05 Grain yield q/ha. Straw yield t/ha T T T T yield (kg/ha) T T T1- Acetamiprid 0.25 g/l T2- Dimethoate ml/l (check) 1 T1- Propargite 2.50ml/l T2- Dicofol 18.5EC 2.50ml/l 1 T1-Spiromecifen 240 ml/l T2- Dicofol 18.5 ml /l 2 Results awaited 2 Result awaited No much difference in yield levels. T1 is found superior to T2. Farmers accepted the technology 186
200 62 Soybean (JS-335) Foliar nutrition (KNo 3 ) in soybean (New-2, EEU, Arabhavi-2) T1: Application of KNO 3 1 % (15 days after flower initiation) T2: No application of KNO 3 1% 63 Soybean: Soybean-Maize cropping system (Agronomy) EEU Arabhavi - 01(Kharif) T1 : 100% organics 64 Maize: PK-818 T2 : Recommended Package of Practices Management of stem borer in Maize, EEU, Arabhavi-02 new (Kharif) T-1 : Emamectin benzoate 0.2g/lt T-2 : Spinosad 0.2ml/l T-3 : Carbofuran 7.5 kg/ha 65 Green gram: Use of pre emergence herbicides for control of weeds in Green gram ( JDA Belgaum -02) kharif-2014 T1: Pendimethalin kga/ha T2: Farmers practice (1 HW & 2 IC at 20 &40 DAS 02 Yield : q/ha q/ha 01 Seed-yield q/ha Soybean Maize T1 : T2 : Stem borer Yield q/ha T1 : T2: T3 : Yield q/ha T1 :4.82 T2 : 4.12 High yield and Accepted Additional high yield and accepted Good control & high yield and accepted Labour cost save, high yield and accepted 187
201 66 Wheat Performance of wheat UAS- 333(T1) over DWR-162 (T2) during Rabi 2014 *T1: UAS-334 T2:DWR Yield q /ha Good vegetative growth and late harvest but High yield and accepted Onion Management of onion thrips 2 T1- Acetamaprid 0.25g/l Yield (q/ha) : % increase in yield over T2 T2- : Dimethote 1.75ml/l Yield (q/ha) : Pearl Millet Integrated weed management in rainfed pearl millet 2 T1 : a.i./ha (PoE)+ 1 DAS Yield (q/ha) : % increase in yield over T2 T2 : 0.5kg ai/ha (Pr.E) + 1 DAS Yield (q/ha) : Foxtail Millet Evaluation of Foxtail Millet Variety 70 Finger Millet Evaluation of Finger Millet Variety 2 T1.DHFt Yield (q/ha) : 18.5 T2.HMT Yield (q/ha) : T1.DHFM-78-3 Yield (q/ha) : T2.DHRS-1 Yield (q/ha) : % increase in yield over T % increase in yield over T2 71 Proso Millet Evaluation of Proso Millet Variety 2 T1.DHP-2769 Yield (q/ha) : T2.GPUP-8 Yield (q/ha) : % increase in yield over T2 72 Little Millet Evaluation of Little Millet Variety 73 Barnyard Millet Evaluation of Barnyard Millet Variety 2 T1.DHLt-36-3 Yield (q/ha) : 11.5 T2.Sukshema Yield (q/ha) : T1.DHB-93-2 Yield (q/ha) : T2.RAU-11 Yield (q/ha) : % increase in yield over T % increase in yield over T2
202 74 Sunflower 50% recom. dose of nutrients can be given through vermicompost & FYM then 50% cost on fertilizers can be saved 75 Onion Management of onion thrips T1: Acetamaprid 0.25g/l T2: Dimethote 1.75ml/l 76 Grape Management of Grape mite T1: Propargite 2.50 ml/l T2: Dicofol 2.50ml/l 77 Lime Management of mite in lime T1: Spiromecifen T2: Dicofol 2.50ml/l 78 Safflower T1:Seeds sowing with 2% CaCl 2 for 12 hours T2:Seeds without water sowing 79 Chilli Evaluation of chilli varieties against Murda complex disease 1 Use of chemical fertilizers can be reduced by 50 per cent 30 Yield (q/ ha), T1:64.14, T2:71.36, % increase over T1; 11.36% 25 Yield (t/ ha), T1:28.04, T2:26.03, % increase over T1; 7.77% 30 Yield (q/ ha), T1:170.40, T2:154.06, % increase over T1; 9.20% 0.8 Effect of pre-sowing seed treatment on seed yield and quality of safflower Percent Disease Index (PDI) was recorded in Byadagi Dabbi. Score: 3 to 5 susceptible 189 Field experiment results of three years Acetamaprid 0.25g/l is good for thrips control Propargite 2.50 ml/ is good for thrips control Propargite 2.50 ml/ is good for thrips control Seeds soaked with 2% CaCl 2 found better for germination and higher seed yield % PDI was recorded in DC 1007 Score: Moderately resistant
203 4.6 On Farm Testing Sl No Crop Technology tested 1 Groundnut Assessment of bio-agents and soil amendments for the management of collar rot in groundnut 2 Maize Assessment of Propiconazole against banded leaf and sheath blight (BLSB) in Maize 3 Onion Assessment of onion varieties for late kharif 4 Green peas Assessment of green peas varieties 5 Onion Assessment of onion varieties for rabi 6 Groundnut Assessment of Groundnut variety G2-52 for kharif 7 Maize Assessment of yield levels of maize under different soil health conditions (indicators: Soil ph, Organic Carbon, P & K status) No. cond ucted Achievement or Feasibility of Technology 5 Seed treatment with 10 g/kg. seeds & soil treatment with 2.5 kg & 2.5 q/ha. recorded per cent increased yield compared to farmers practice 5 Seed treatment with 2g/kg, Strip lower 2 pairs of affected leaves & burn, Foliar application of 1ml/l at 35 & 45 DAS recorded 20.6 per cent increased yield compared to farmers practice 3 Bhima Super variety Feed back Use of Trichoderma, Pseudomonas & neemcake reduced collar rot disease effectively & good crop stand was maintained Integrated approach i.e., seed treatment, removal affected leaves and foliar application of Propiconazole reduced BLSB disease effectively & recorded higher yield Timely availability of onion recorded new varieties, maximum yield of 213 marketable yield q/ha compared to other ranks No.I for varieties Bheema super variety 3 Arkel and Azad Pea-3 Short duration, higher varieties recorded 22.5 yield and consumer and 30.0 % increased preference yield over Bonneville (Sweetness) of Azad variety pea -3 variety leads to higher net returns 3 Results awaited 03 Vitiated 04 Soil test based on fertilizer application is important criterion in crop management Application of fertilizer on need based can supports the good crop growth and enhances the yield 190
204 8 Groundnut Assessment of Groundnut variety Dh-101 for Summer 9 Sunflower Supplement of P in P Deficient Fields for sunflower through enrichment of compost by Rock phosphate and PSB 10 Paddy KMP-105 short duration paddy variety as a contingent crop plan for kharif 11 French Bean Introduction of new varieties of French bean 12 Maize+ Cowpea Evaluation of Maize+Cowpea cropping system for Paddy fallows 13 Ginger Management of shoot borer in Ginger 14 Maize Root grub management in Maize T1.FP: Carbofuran 25kg/ha (Soil application) 05 Under progress - 04 Soil test based on fertilizer application is important criterion in crop management 10 KMP-105 paddy variety matures in 105 days there by escapes the water scarcity during late Kharif. The variety is resistant to blast disease when compared with check variety Rasi 05 Arka Anoop has recorded higher Net return. Arka sharat did not survive in water logged area 05 Maize+Cowpea inter cropping system recorded higher LER, weed intensity and moisture conservation and soil health properties improved. 05 Per cent shoot borer incidence in Lambda Cyhalothrin sprayed plots is 8.2 as against in Dimethoate and in Chorpyriphos sprayed plots 05 Metarhizium anisopliae is better than carbofuran and early for ST ecofriendly. Application of fertilizer on need based can supports the good crop growth and enhances the yield Farmers expressed their good opinion on KMP-105 variety, for its Short duration, Higher Yield, Tolerance to Blast, Stem borer infestation, good quality of the Rice. Arka Anoop performed better when compared with Arka Sharat Farmers expressed good opinion regarding management of weeds and moisture conservation Farmers felt that after spraying of Lambda Cyhalothrin, itching in legs, headache and vomitting sensation are noticed Metarhizium anisopliae must be made compulsory for private hybrids 191 T2. RP: Metarhizium 4-8kg along with
205 in June-July months 192 T3. AP: Metarhizium anisopliae in split application i.e. 5kg + FYM in June month & second application in rows (5kg + FYM) 45 Days after first application. 15 Redgram Assessment of hydrogel as a soil amendment for increasing productivity in redgram T1. Opening of furrow after every 4 th row 05 Application of hydrogel was found to be less advantages over RPP under high moisture condition T2: Repeated inter cultivation for 3 times at the interval of days T3. RPP+ kg /ha 16 Redgram Response of Red gram to boron nutrition T1. Farmers practice (19:19:19) T2. RPP (25:50:0 NPK/ha, Sulphur 20 and zinc sulphate 15kg/ha) T3. RPP+ Granulated kg/ha+ foliar nutrition of 0.1% boron at flowering and pod filling stage 05 Soil application of kg/ha followed by FA application of soluble 0.1% at flowering increases netreturns as well as redgram yield over RPP. Boron plays very Important role in reproductive physiology and control flower drop thereby increase the yield.
206 17 Pigeonpea Introduction of wilt and SMD resistance & high yielding hybrid ICPH-2740 & GRG of pigeon pea under irrigated condition TO1. Gulyal local TO2= TS-3R TO3= ICPH-2740 hybrid TO4= GRG Pigeonpea Introduction of helicoverpa resistance & high yielding hybrid ICPHaRL of pigeon pea under rain fed condition TO1= TS-3R TO2= GRG-0811 TO3= ICPHaRL Onion Thrips management in Onion T1: Spraying of lambda 1.00ml/l (2 sprays ) T2:Spraying of 1.75ml/l (2 sprays) T3:Spraying of Lecaninni 5ml/l (2 sprays ) 20 Onion Weed management in transplanted onion under irrigated conditions T1. Farmers practice (hand weeding) T2. RPP: Pendimethalin 30% 1.00 kg a.i. ha -1 as preemergence (PE) +one hand weeding at 40 days 05 No SMD and Wilt observed High yielding Hybrid with Early maturing preferred 05 Any 2 sprays Spray for pod fly management is necessary 05 Control of thrips effectively 05 Control all weeds effectively (both annual and BLWeeds) T3 and T2 were found effective for control of thrips and increases onion yield Sequence application reduces weeds and increases the yield 193
207 after transplanting (DAT) T3:Sequencialappli cation of Pendimethalin 30% 1.00 kg a.i. ha -1 Oxyfluorfen 23.5% 0.25 kg a.i. ha -1 as post emergence (POE) at 5 weeks after transplanting ( WAT) 21 Lime Lime Canker management T1: Spraying with COC 2g/l T2:Spraying with Streptocycline Sulphate 0.5g+ COC 2g/l (3 sprays) T3:Spraying with P. 10 ml/lt (3 sprays ) T4.Spraying with COC 2g/lit followed by P. 10 ml/lt (3 sprays ) 05 - Psedomonas flourescens combination manges the canker Green gram Assessment of Greengram variety, IPM IPM is resistant to YLD but poor yielding ability. Yield improvement in this variety is needed 23 Bengal gram Assessment of Bengalgram variety Jaki 5 Jaki variety is tolerant to wilt and high yielding Plant type for mechanized harvesting is required 24 Onion Assessment of Sequential application of herbicide 5 Post emergent application of oxyflorefen minimized weed population Under labour scarcity situation this technology is better in managing weeds in onion 25 Pome granate Assessment of Fipronil 5% EC on Pomegranate thrips 5 The new insecticide Fipronil 5 EC gave better control of thrips This technology helped in getting higher yeild.
208 Lime Assessement of Pseudomonas flourescens against citrus canker 5 Combined application of chemical and bioagent effectively minimized disease Low cost technology like use of Pseudomonas is helpful in reducing cost of cultivation. 27 Banana Efficiency of Actinomycete cultures in decomposition of banana waste 2 trials The decomposition is between days Farmer was convinced about use of cultures for fast degradation Farm Advisory Services Sl.No Field visit SMS s Phone Calls Communication through media a. Electronic media: Radio Talks Sl No Name of Scientist Topic Date of Broad Casting and Station 1 Dr.Chhaya Badiger Aaharada mahathwa FM radio, UAS, Dharwad 2 Dr.Chhaya Badiger Sampradhayaka aadigeyalli siridhanyagala visheshathe 3 Dr.Chhaya Badiger Siridhanyagala samskarana vidhanagalu 4 Dr.Chhaya Badiger Belagina aaharadhalli sathwabharitha siridhanyagalu FM radio, UAS, Dharwad FM radio, UAS, Dharwad FM radio, UAS, Dharwad 5 Dr. Uma S.Hiremath Tarakarigala mahatva & FM radio, UAS, Dharwad 6 S.S.Nooli ICM in maize , AIR,Bijapur 7 Dr. Uma S.Hiremath Apoushtikateyannu tadegattuvalli aaharada patra 8 Usha Malagi Importance of millets in breakfas conversation in Kannada 9 Dr. Uma S.Hiremath Grameen grahavignan padaviya maahiti FM radio, UAS, Dharwad Annakka series 3 AIR. Dharwad FM radio, UAS, Dharwad 10 Dr. Kasturiba B Millet based idli at AIR, Dharwad
209 11 Dr. M. V.Manjunatha Mannu mattu neeru nirvahane UAS, Dharwad 12 Dr. Nirmala. B. Yenagi Uses of millet rice Annapoorna Annakka Programme Series 3 AIR Dharwad 13 Dr. S.M. Hiremath Cluster bean cultivation , KCRS, UAS Dharwad 14 Dr.Anilkumar Mugali Aadu mattu kurigala paalane (RB) AIR, Dharwad 15 Dr. M.N. Sreenivasa Mushroom cultivation and preservation techniques 16 Dr.Anilkumar Mugali Besigeyalli Yemmegal Nirvahane Dr. S.M. Hiremath Dr. M.N. Sreenivasa Pumpkin cultivation Importance of Organic Farming, its adoption and results 19 Dr. M. V.Manjunatha Neeravari paddatigalu mattu avugala mahatva, 20 Dr. M.N. Sreenivasa Use of Bioinoculants in Agriculture 21 Dr. M. V.Manjunatha Hani neeravari - mahatva mattu nirvahane 22 Dr. M.N. Sreenivasa Biogas technology, constraints and possible solutions 23 Dr. Uma S.Hiremath Grameen grahavignan padaviya maahiti, Annapurna Annakka Programme Series Geeta P.Channal SMS (Home Science) 25 Geeta P.Channal SMS (Home Science) 26 Geeta P.Channal SMS (Home Science) 27 Dr. Uma S.Hiremath Maanavana aarogyakke nuggekai mahatva FM, UAS,Dharwad Fm 90.4, KCRS , KCRS, UAS Dharwad FM,UAS,Dharwad UAS, Dharwad FM UAS, Dharwad UAS, Dharwad FM,UAS,Dharwad AIR, Dharwad fãªà ÀvÀéUÀ¼À ªÀÄºÀvÀé KCRS, UAS, Dharwad ªÀt ªÀÄvÀÄÛ R duà¼à ªÀÄºÀvÀé KCRS, UAS, Dharwad PÀÈ AiÀÄ è ªÀÄ»¼ÉAiÀÄgÀ ÁvÀæ KCRS, UAS, Dharwad 28 Dr.Chhaya Badiger Elubugalannu durbalagolisuva osteoporosis FM radio, UAS, Dharwad FM radio, UAS, Dharwad 29 Dr.Chhaya Badiger Snehajeevi FM radio, UAS, Dharwad 30 Dr.Chhaya Badiger Arisinada mahatva FM radio, UAS, Dharwad 196
210 31 Dr. Usha Malagi Use of millets in sweet preparatio Annakka series 3 at AIR Dharwad 32 Geeta P.Channal SMS (Home Science) 33 Geeta P.Channal SMS (Home Science) 34 Geeta P.Channal SMS (Home Science) vàå ÀÆvÀ À DgÉÆÃUÀåPÁÌV ÉÆ ÀÄà vàgàpájuà¼ KCRS,UAS, Dharwad ºÁ Ä ªÀÄvÀÄ ºÁ À GvÀà ÀßUÀ¼ÀÄ KCRS, UAS, Dharwad QgÀÄzÁ ÀåUÀ¼À ªÀÄºÀvÀé KCRS, UAS, Dharwad 35 Dr. M.N. Sreenivasa Soil Fertility and liquid organic Manures Dr. S.M. Hiremath Dr. S.G. Raju Dr. K.P. Gundannavar Chilli seedling production under raised bed Seed treatment in onion IPM in soybean AIR,Dharwad , KCRS, UAS Dharwad , KCRS, UAS Dharwad , KCRS, UAS Dharwad 39 D.A. Nithya Shree Rakthadanada Mahatwa , FM Radio,UAS,Dharwad 40 Dr.Anilkumar Mugali Hainugaararige Kivi Maatu Fm 90.4, KCRS 41 Dr. Nirmala. B. Yenagi Role of food in infants growth FM Radio 42 Dr. Uma S.Hiremath Nonagalinda rakshane FM radio, UAS, Dharwad 43 Dr. Kavera. Biradar TV Programme-Varieties in Mino Millets & Dr.Rajeshwari Desai ÀªÀðPÁ PÀ DzÁAiÀÄzÀ É¼É- ÉgÀ KCRS,UAS Dharwd 45 Dr. Rajeshwari M. Desai Sarvakalika Aadayad Bele -Peral at FM UAS, Dharwad 46 Dr. Rajeshwari Desai SMS (Home Science) À ÀðPÁ PÀ DzÁAiÀÄzÀ É¼É- ÉÃgÀ KCRS, UAS, Dharwad 47 Dr. S.M. Hiremath Curry leaf cultivation , KCRS, UAS Dharwad 48 Dr. Uma S.Hiremath Makkalalli atibhedige kaarana FM radio, UAS, Dharwad 49 Dr. Uma S.Hiremath Samatolana Aahara mattu aarogya 50 Dr. Uma S.Hiremath Ondu varshadolagina makkalige aahara paddhati FM radio, UAS, Dharwad FM radio, UAS, Dharwad 51 Dr. Jyoti V. Vastrad Fashion designing for women AIR, DHARWAD 52 Roopa Patil Ear head bug management in paddy AIR Karwar 197
211 53 Dr.S.R.Desai Non-conventional energy sources and its importance 54 Shivashenkarmurthy M Dapog method of nursery preparation Dr. S.M. Hiremath Dr. S.M. Hiremath Drumstick varieties Drumstick seed requirement AIR Karwar , KCRS, UAS Dharwad , KCRS, UAS Dharwad 57 Dr.Chhaya Badiger Dinakkondu orange FM radio, UAS, Dharwad 58 S.M.Vastrad Redgram Diseases , AIR,Bijapur 59 S.M.Vastrad Chili and Onion diseases Management 60 S.S.Nooli Redgram production technology 61 Dr. Surekha Sankannagaoudar Mobile Balake , AIR,Bijapur , AIR,Bijapur FM Radio UAS,Dharwad 62 Dr.Chhaya Badiger Hallugala aarogya FM radio, UAS, Dharwad 63 Dr.Chhaya Badiger Aahara paddatigalu FM radio, UAS, Dharwad 64 Dr. Surekha Sankannagaoudar Environment Protection and its importance 65 Dr. Surekha Sankannagaoudar Stanya pan saptah 66 Dr.Rajeshwari Desai géêvà ªÀÄ»¼ÉAiÀÄjUÁV ±ÀæªÀÄ PÀrªÉÄUÉÆ½ ÀÄª PÀÈ À PÀgÀuÉUÀ¼ÀÄ 67 Dr. Rajeshwari M. Desai Raith Mahileyarigagi Sharama Kadimegolisuva Krishi salehegalu 68 Dr. Uma S.Hiremath Mahile mattu aranyada utpannagalu 69 Rajeshwari Desai SMS (Home Science) géåvà ªÀÄ»¼ÉAiÀÄjUÁV ±ÀæªÀÄ PÀrªÉÄUÉÆ½ ÀÄª PÀÈ ÀªÀPÀgÀuÉUÀ¼ÀÄ FM Radio UAS,Dharwad FM Radio UAS,Dharwad KCRS,UAS Dharwd at FM UAS, Dharwad FM radio, UAS, Dharwad KCRS, UAS, Dharwad 70 Usha Malagi Maguvige melaahara FM radio UAS.DWD 71 Kasturiba B Importance of Vitamin A at FM UAS, Dharwad 72 Dr. Uma S.Hiremath Dehada rakshanege khanija lavanagala mahatva 73 Dr. S.B. Mahajanashetti Agri Clinics and Agri Business Centres FM radio, UAS, Dharwad FM radio, UA Dharwad
212 74 Dr. Geeta C Chitagubbi GvÀÛªÀÄ DgÉÆÃUÀåPÉÌ ªÀÄ É ªÁvÀªÀgÀt Krishi Banuli Kendra UAS Dharwad 75 Dr. Geeta Chitagubbi Uttam Arogayake Mane vatavarn at FM UAS, Dharwad 76 Dr. Usha Malagi Food storage in different season at AIR, Dharwad 77 D.A. Nithya Shree Mallegaladlli nirina swachhathe , FM Radio UAS,Dharwad 78 D.A. Nithya Shree Mane vathvaranadalli makklige aapattugalu , FM Radio UAS,Dharwad 79 Dr.Rajeshwari Desai ªÀÄzsÀÄªÉÄÃºÀ & CzÀgÀ AiÀÄAvÀæt KCRS,UAS Dharwd 80 Dr.Rajeshwari Desai ZÀ½UÁ zà è géæãuà géæãzsàpà ±ÀQÛAiÀÄ ÀÄß ºÉaÑ ÀÄªÀ PÀæªÀÄUÀ¼ÀÄ KCRS,UAS Dharwd 81 Dr. Rajeshwari M. Desai Madumeha & adara Niyatrana at FM UAS, Dharwad 82 Dr. Rajeshwari M. Desai Chaligaladali rooga nirodaka shakti hechisuva kramagalu 83 Dr. Uma S.Hiremath Graameena pradeshad garbhini mahile vahisabekad yechhrike kramagalu at FM UAS, Dharwad FM radio, UAS, Dharwad 84 Dr. Uma S.Hiremath Samatolana aahara FM radio, UAS, Dharwad 85 Nirmala. B. Yenagi Importance of food, on the eve of World Food day Dr. S.M. Hiremath Dr. S.M. Hiremath Dr. S.M. Hiremath Importance of banana in human health Improved cultivation practices for banana Banana varieties AIR, Dharwad , KCRS, UAS Dharwad , KCRS, UAS Dharwad , KCRS, UAS Dharwad 89 Dr. Uma S.Hiremath Vaiyakthika aarogya FM radio, UAS, Dharwad 90 Dr.Rajeshwari Desai ªÀÄä ºÀÈzÀAiÀÄzÀ UÉÎ SÁ¼Àf EgÀ KCRS,UAS Dharwd 91 Dr. Rajeshwari M. Desai Nima Hrudayad Bhaggi Kalaji Irali at FM UAS, Dharwad 92 Dr. B.I.Bidari Soil testing and its importance FM radio, UAS, Dharwad 93 Dr. B.I.Bidari Soil testing and its importance FM radio, UAS, Dharwad 199
213 Dr. Uma N. Kulkarni Yenne kalu belegala nirvahane , KCRS, UAS Dharwad , Dr. Uma N. Kulkarni Shishuvina poushtikate KCRS, UAS Dharwad 96 Dr. S. N. Jadhav Rabi sorghum pests and their management FM Radio, UAS, Dharwad , Dr. Uma N. Kulkarni Moulyavarditha padarthagalu KCRS, UAS Dharwad 98 Potato Processing and Value , Dr. Uma N. Kulkarni addition AIR, Dharwad 99 Dr.Rajeshwari Desai UÀÄr PÉÊUÁjPÉUÀ¼ÀÄ KCRS,UAS Dharwd 100 Dr. Rajeshwari M. Desai UÀÄr PÉÊUÁjPÉUÀ¼ÀÄ at FM UAS, Dharwad 101 Dr. S. N. Jadhav Integrated pest management in in bengalgram FM Radio, UAS, Dharwad , Dr. Uma N. Kulkarni Onion seed production AIR, Dharwad 103 Dr. Uma S.Hiremath Makkala aarogya FM radio, UAS, Dharwad 104 Dr. Uma S.Hiremath Makkalige pooraka aaharagalu FM radio, UAS, Dharwad 105 Dr. Rajeshwari M. Desai Chaligaladalli Aarogya rakshane at FM UAS, Dharwad 106 Papaya: Importance and value , Dr. Uma N. Kulkarni added products KCRS, UAS Dharwad 107 Dr.Rajeshwari Desai ZÀ½UÁ zà è DgÉÆÃUÀå gàpàëué KCRS,UAS Dharwd , Dr. Uma N. Kulkarni Shakti/Indhana Samrakshane KCRS, UAS Dharwad , Dr. Uma N. Kulkarni Namage yeshtu beku ahara KCRS, UAS Dharwad 110 Dr. Uma S.Hiremath Krishi nirata mahile FM radio, UAS, Dharwad 111 Dr.S.S.Karabhantanal IPM in Bengalgram AIR, Dharwad 112 Dr. M.N. Sreenivasa Microbial Inoculants in Organic Agriculture AIR Dharwad 6.50PM AIR, Dharwad 113 Dr. Jyoti V. Vastrad PÀÈ ZÀlÄªÀnPÉUÀ½UÉ ÀÄgÀQëvÀ GqÀÄ ÀÄUÀ¼ÀÄ FM, UASD 114 Geeta P.Channal SMS (Home Science) PÁgÀSÁ É PÁ«ÄðPÀjUÁV ÀªÀÄvÉÆÃ À Dº , AIR, Dharwad 115 Dr. Uma S.Hiremath Anemiya tadegattuvalli FM radio, UAS, aaharada paatra 116 Dr. Uma S.Hiremath Aaharadalli poushtikanshagala sudharane 117 Dr.Rajeshwari Desai DºÁgÀ & ÀéZÀÒvÉ AIR, Dharwad 118 Dr.Rajeshwari Desai DvÀä ZÉÊvÀ ÀåzÀ ¹j & Àj KCRS,UAS Dharwd Dharwad FM radio, UAS, Dharwad
214 Dr. B. C. Kamanna Integrated disease management in bengalgram FM Radio, UAS, Dharwad 120 Roopa Patil A new threat to bananabanana AIR Karwar leaf roller 121 Shivashankarmurthy M Mechanization in paddy AIR Karwar 122 S.S.Nooli ICM in Sugarcane , AIR,Bijapur 123 Dr. S. N. Jadhav Mango pests and their management FM Radio, UAS, Dharwad 124 S.M.Vastrad Chickpea & Onion disease , AIR,Bijapur management 125 S.M.Vastrad Disease management in summer crops , AIR,Bijapur 126 Dr. Uma S.Hiremath Molake kaalina poushtikate FM radio, UAS, Dharwad , Dr. K.P. Gundannavar Pest management in mango KCRS, UAS, Dharwad 128 Dr. Rajeshwari M. Desai Aahar & Swachate at FM UAS, Dharwad 129 Dr. Rajeshwari M. Desai Aatma Chitanayad siri & pari at FM UAS, Dharwad 130 Dr. B.I.Bidari Chemical fertilizers their importance FM Radio, UAS, Dharwad 131 Dr. B.I.Bidari Chemical fertilizers their importance FM Radio, UAS, Dharwad , Dr. Uma N. Kulkarni Interview on balanced diet KCRS, UAS, Dharwad 133 Dr. Uma S.Hiremath Aarogyakkagi aahara mattu poshaneya mahatva FM radio, UAS, Dharwad Television Programmes Sl Name of Scientist Topic Date of telecast and station No 1 Dr. B.S. Nandihalli Early sucking pests of Bt cotton and their management cotton mirid bug and midge fly management and DD-1 Chandana 2 Dr. M.N. Sreenivasa Microbial role in compost preparation DD-1 Chandana Dr. S.G. Raju Seed treatment in pulses Chandana DD-1 Channel 4 Dr. M.N. Sreenivasa Use of Metarrhizium to control root grubs DD-1 Chandana Dr. S.G. Raju Seed treatment in soybean Chandana DD-1 Channel Dr. S.G. Raju Seed treatment in paddy Chandana DD-1 Channel
215 Dr. S.T. Hundekar INM in soybean Chandana DD-1 Channel 8 Dr. M.N. Sreenivasa Efficient Microbial Inoculants krishi darshan Chandana DD 9 Dr. M.N. Sreenivasa Quality control and precautionary measures in Chandana DD the use of Biofertilizers 10 Dr.S.Y.Wali Production technology in redgram Chandana DD-1 Channel 11 Dr.S.S.Nooli SSI in Sugarcane Chandana DD-1 Channel 12 Dr.S.Y.Wali ICM in Sunflower Chandana DD-1 Channel 13 Dr.S.S.Nooli Wider row spacing in sunflower Chandana DD-1 Channel 14 Dr. Shivashenkaramrthy, M. Integrated disease management in ginger , B TV 15 Dr. Roopa Patil Plant bug attack on glyricidia , BTV 16 Dr. M.N. Sreenivasa Microbial Inoculants in Organic agriculture DD-1 Live Chandana Bangalore Phone in program 17 Dr. M.N. Sreenivasa Nitrogen fixing inoculants in legumes 18 Dr. M.N. Sreenivasa Importance of P-Solubilizers in agriculture 19 KVK Staff Mann Ki Baat programme 20 Dr. B.I.Bidari Soil sample collection & soil testing 21 Dr. M.N. Sreenivasa Use of bioinoculants in organic farming Krishi Varthe DD-1, Chandana Krishivarthe Chandana DD-1 Channel Chandana DD-1 Channel DD-1 Chandana Krishidarshan DD-1 Chandana 1.30PM Publications 1. Books, Booklets, Periodicals, Newsletter, Folders, Bulletins, Handouts I. Book Babalad H. B., Patil. R. K., Kulkarni Shripad, Math K. K., Patil C. R. and S. Lingaraju Adhika Iluvarige Savayava Krushi Besaya Paddatigalu, Directorate of Extension, UAS, Dharawd. Bhat, R. S., Khadi B. M. and Biradar, D. P., 2014, Jaivika Tantrajnana Adharita Sasya Tali Abhivrudhi, Publication Centre, UAS, Dharwad. Bheemappa, A.,Hugar P.S., Pujar Annapurna, Kulkarni Uma N., 2014, Hand book on Foundation course for the extension officers of Dept. of Agriculture
216 Bheemappa,A., Benagi V.I. and Hiremath U.S. and Desai.R.M, ICT, Farmers portals and EMS for effective agricultural extension management Patil C. R. and Alagawadi A.R., 2015, Exploring plant-endophytic relationships to enhance plant growth and production of Natural Compounds. In: Plant-Microbe Interactions K. Ramasamy and K.Kumar, 2014 NEW INDIA PUBLISHING AGENCY. Devarnavadagi S.B. Karabhantanal S.S. and Basavaraj Nyamagouda 2014, Samasyatmaka Mannugala Nirvahane.Krishna Teerada Raitara Sangh, Jamakhandi Devarnavadagi S.B., Karabhantanal S.S. and Basavaraj Nyamagwda 2014, Kabbinalli sudarita besaya kramagalu. Krishna Teerada Raitara Sangh, Jamakhandi Devarnavadagi S.B., Karabhantanal S.S. and Basavaraj Nyamagwda 2014, Totagarikeyalli nootana Paddatigalu. Krishna Teerada raitara Sangh, Jamakhandi Devarnavadagi S.B.Karabhantanal S.S. and Nyamagowda Basavaraj 2014, Pashu Sangopane. KrishnaTeerada Raitara Sangh, Jamakhandi Education Services, Manipal, Karnataka, pp:1-100 Geeta G.S, and Ashwini M, Indhana samasyege Jaivika anila ghatakagalu, UAS, Dharwad Kambrekar D.N.,A.P.Biradar and S.M.Vastrad.,2015, Togari mattu Kadaleyalli Samagra Pede Nirvahane Book edited by ADR,RARS, Published by ADR, RARS, Vijayapur Pages:70 Khyadagi Kashibai and Agasar Vasundara, 2014., Sarva rogagalige sanjeevini nimbe hagu maulyavdhita padarthagalu., published by UAS, Dharwad., pp:1-10 Khyadagi Kashibai and Devaranavadagi S.B.,2015 Trunadhanyagala samskarane mattu maulya vardhane Training manual on Totagarika belegala utpadane hagu samskarane, Khyadagi Kashibai S., 2015, Ahar moulya vardhane., krishi mattu totagarika utpannagalind ayarisbahudad moulya vardhit ahaar. Khyadagi Kashibai., Guggari Ashok and Rokhade Ashok, 2014, Arogyavardhanegagi savayava ahara-sajje., published by UAS, Dharwad., pp., 1-30 Khyadagi Kashibai, Guggari Ashok and Rokhade Ashok, Organic Healthy Food-Pearl Millet., Published by UAS,Dharwad, pp:1-30 Kiresur V.R., Chandrakala S.K.,Chopde V.K., Mohan Rao Y. and Bantilan M.C.S., 2014, Labour Market Participation in Semi-Arid Tropical Villages of India with Specific Reference to Gender, ICRISAT, Hyderabad, [WPS No.55] Kiresur V.R., Chandrakala S.K.,Chopde V.K., Mohan Rao Y., Nageswara Rao G.D. and Bantilan M.C.S., 2014, Role of Gender in Work Participation and Decision Making in Indian SAT Agriculture, ICRISAT, Hyderabad [WPS No.54]. Kiresur V.R., Gaddanakeri S.A., Jamadar Patil M.M., Rudragouda and Dyavanoor Padmavati, 2015, véæuàjaiàä è C üpà GvÁàzÀ ÉUÁV PÀÈ váawæpàvéuà¼àä, UAS, Dharwad Kiresur V.R., Gaddanakeri S.A., Surakod V.S., Khyadagi K.S. and Kallesh D.T., 2015, JPÀgÉUÉ 100 l ï PÀ Äâ GvÁàzÀ É: ÀªÁ ÄUÀ¼ÀÄ ªÀÄvÀÄÛ CªÀPÁ±ÀUÀ¼ÀÄ, UAS, Dharwad 203 Kiresur.V.R, Gaddanakeri S.A., Surkod V.S., Khyadagi K.S. and Kallesh D.T., 2015, Togariyalli utpadanegagi krishi tantrikategalu. Kulkarni Uma N, Mamledesai N.R., Hanumnaikar R.H.and Muktamath Vinuta, 2014, Navane beleya besaya, samskarane hagu moulyavardhane. Page No adhik
217 204 Kulkarni Uma N, Mamledesai N.R., Hanumnaikar R.H.and Muktamath Vinuta, 2014, Jolada beleya besaya, samskarane hagu moulyavardhane. Page No. 76. Kulkarni Uma N., 2014, Food Technology Part-I, Edited by Raghavendra Rao, Manipal Global, KVK, Vijayapur Nooli S.S, Vastrad S.M., Sadashivanagoud S.N.O, 2015, Production Technology in Groundnut edited & published by S.Y.Wali, KVK, Vijayapur Nooli S.S, Vastrad S.M., Sadashivanagoud S.N.O, 2015, Production Technology in Red gram edited & published by S.Y.Wali, KVK, Vijayapur Nooli S.S. and Wali S.Y.,2014, Foot and mouth disease management edited & published by S.Y.Wali Nooli S.S.,2014, Reclamation of problematic soils edited & published by S.Y.Wali Pradeep P.E., Kalappanavar I.D., and Desai S.A., Spot blotch of wheat caused by Bipolaris sorokiniana (Sacc.) Shoem. Lambert Academic Publishing,Heinrich- Bocking-Str.6 8, Saarbrucken, Deutschland/German. Patil C. R. and Lingaraju S., Savayava Bhagya Yojaneyadiyalli Uttara Kannada Jilleya, Tarabetidarara Tarabeti. A filed Book. Institute of Organic Farming, University of Agruicultural Sciences, Dharawad. Patil G.M., 2014, Reshme hulu meyisuvudu. Tantrika Prakatane: 55, UAS, Dharwad, Page No. 42. Patil Prema B, 2015, Kishoriyarigagi edited & published by S.Y.Wali, KVK, Vijayapur Patil Prema B, S.Y.Wali, S.S.Nooli,2015, FFS on Safflower edited & published by S.Y.Wali Patil Prema B,2015, Drudgery reducing implements for farm women edited & published by S.Y.Wali Patil Prema B.,2014, Jolada moulya vardhita padarthagalu edited & published by S.Y.Wali, Patil, M. and Khadi, P.B.,2015, Ottada khinnategala nivaraneye manasika arogya Shirnalli Geeta and Ashwini M. 2014, Indhanakkagi jaivika anila Tolanur, S.I, 2014, Mannu pareekshe Tolanur, S.I, 2014, Savalu mannina nirvahane Tolanur, S.I, 2014, Savayava krishiya samagra notaglu II. Booklets Hiremath, S.M., Gundannavar, K.P., Kulkarni Uma N. and Kumar, C.J., 2014, Coloured capsicum production in protected cultivation, KVK, Dharwad Hiremath, S.M., Gundannavar, K.P., Kumar, C.J. and Kulkarni Uma N., 2015, Sasya tali rakshane haagu raitara hakkugala pradhikarada dhyeyoddeshagalu mattu visheshategalu-sasya tali rakshane haagu raitara hakkugala Kayide, 2001, pp 1-30 Kulkarni Uma N., Hiremath, S.M., Gundannavar, K.P. and Kumar, C.J. 2015, Krishi yantropakaranagala mahatva, RKVY, pp 1-28 Sarojani J. K., Gouda DSM, Ashtaputre S.A., Muruti Niranjan, Biradar Kavera, 2014, Sasya Taligala samrakshane mattu raitara hakkugala kayide 2001, KVK, Hanumanmatti Patil, R. S., M Shivshenkarmurthy, Agasimani, A. D., Goroji, P. T. and Kannur, S., 2015, Sasya tali rakshane mattu raithara hakkugalu, KVK, Sirsi
218 Nithya Shree, D.A., 2014, O woman!! Your Safety in Your Hands Mahileyare Nivestu Safe..??? Nithya Shree D.A., 2014, Krishi Sampark Kai Pidi, RHSc, UAS, Dharwad Nithya Shree D.A., 2014, Sassya Sanjivini, RHSc, UAS, Dharwad Malagi Usha, Umargi Vanishri, Kasturi.B 2014, Booklet on Mutrapindada kallugallu-ahara mattu nirvahane, 1-28 Guddad Shilpa and Pushpa Bharati, 2014, Booklet on Apoushtikate Nirmulanege Poushtika v Khadyagalu, 8 Pushpa Bharati and Guddad Shilpa, Folder on Shalapurva makkalige samatolana aahaar RHSc, UAS, Dharwad Hemalatha S., Chandavari Veena, Mannurmath Mamata, 2014, Recipe Book- Food Nutrition and Health Service Learning In India, Khyadagi Kashibai, Guggari Ashok and Rokade Ashok, 2014, Arogya vardhanegagi Savayav ahara- sajji, Khyadagi Kashibai, Ashok Guggari and Dr Ashok Rokade, 2014, Organic healthy food pearl millet Khyadagi Kashibai and Agasar Vasundara, 2014, Sarvarogagalliga sanjivini Nimbe hagu moulya vardhita padarthagallu, 1-12 Patil, P.B., 2014, Kishoriyarigagi RHSc, UAS, Dharwad Patil, P.B., 2014, Kusubeyalli samagraha bele nirvahane, RHSc, UAS, Dharwad 205 III. Training manuals Kulkarni Uma N., Basavarajappa, R. and Chandranath, H.T., 2014, Training Manual on Foundation course for extension functionaries, 5-11, May 2014 Training programme under GoK, Bengaluru Mantur, S.M., Karkannavar, S.J. and Raju, S.G., 2014, Training Manual on Market Advocacy, Training programme under NABARD sponsored project Channal Geeta, Hiremath S. M., Kulgod V. B., Meti C.B. amd Hebbar Manjunath., 2014, Soil testing and water conservation. Training programmes under GoK, Bengaluru. IV. Folders Hiremath, S.M, Gundannavar, K.P. and Kumar, C.J., July, 2014, Tengu beleya besaaya kramagalu. KVK, Dharwad Gundannavar, K.P. and Hiremath, S.M. and Kumar, C.J., 2014, Tengina nushi peede nirvahane. KVK, Dharwad Gundannavar, K.P. and Hiremath, S.M. and Kumar, C.J., 2014, Tenginalli suli koreyuva dumbi nirvahane. KVK, Dharwad Hiremath, S.M., Kulkarni Uma N., Gundannavar, K.P., Kumar, C.J., 2014, Menasinakayi Koylottara Tantragnana haagu Samskarane. KVK, Dharwad Kulkarni Uma N., Hiremath, S.M., Gundannavar, K.P. and Kumar, C.J., 2014, Kirudhanyagalu-Mahatva, Samskare haagu Moulyavadhane. KVK, Dharwad
219 206 Patil, R.H., Jahagirdar Shyamarao, Hegde Yashoda R., Kamanna, B.C., Gundannavar, K.P., 2014, Kadale Kayi Koreyuva Keede, Soragu, Beru mattu Kanda Kole Rogagalu haagu Avugala Nirvahane. UAS, Dharwad. Hiremath, S.M., Gundannavar, K.P., Kulkarni Uma N. and Kumar, C.J., 2014, Samrakshit Besayadalli Donnamenasinakayi. KVK, Dharwad Hiremath, S.M., Gundannavar, K.P., Kumar, C.J. and Kulkarni Uma N., 2015, Sasya Tali Rakshane haagu Raitara Hakkugala Pradhikarada Dhyeyoddeshagalu mattu Visheshategalu, KVK Dharwad. Karkannavar.S. J., Astaputre S. A., Gowda D.S.M., 2014, Menasinakayai beleya pramukha rogagalu mattu avugal nirvahane, KVK, Hanumanmatti. Karkannavar.S. J., Mukartal S.Y., Gowda D.S.M., 2014, Hainu raasugalalli kaalu mattu baayi jvara, KVK, Hanumanmatti. Karkannavar.S. J.,. Mukartal S.Y., Gowda D.S.M., 2014, Kurigalalli baruva pramukha rogagalu mattu hatoti kramagalu. KVK, Hanumanmatti. Karkannavar.S. J., Mukartal S.Y., Gowda D.S.M., 2014, Mevina belegalu haagu shekharane. Karkannavar.S. J., Mukartal S.Y., Gowda D.S.M., 2014, Jaanuvaarugalallina bedeya lakshanagalu mattu kritaka garbhadharane maadisalu sukta samaya. Karkannavar.S. J., Ashtaputre S.A,. Gowda D.S.M & S. M. Hiremath, 2014, Tengu Krishi hagu tengu geleyara balaga KVK, Hanumanmatti. Karkannavar.S. J., Ashtaputre S.A, Tippanagouda yekehege KVK, Hanumanmatti. P.G. & Gowda D.S.M., 2014, Mannu parikshe Karkannavar.S. J., Ashtaputre S.A, P.G. Tippanagouda & D.S.M. Gowda, 2014, Krishiyalli neerina madari parikshe mattu uppu neerina balake, KVK, Hanumanmatti. Agasimani, A Neeralgi A. D., Patil A. F., Shivshenkarmurthy R. S., M. Goroji, P. T. and Kannur, S., 2014, Halasina moulyavardane KVK, Sirsi. Shivshenkarmurthy M,, R. S Patil Goroji P. T., and Kannur, S.,, Adike beleyali sudharith besaya kramagalu KVK, Sirsi. Patil, R. S., Shivshenkarmurthy M, Goroji, P. T. and Kannur, S., Adike beleya pramukha keet mattu rogagala nirvahane. KVK, Sirsi. Kannur, S., Shivshenkarmurthy M, Patil, R. S., Agasimani, A. D., Goroji, P. T. and Hegde, K., 2015, Hebbavina krishi Badaraitara ashakirana KVK, Sirsi. Patil, R. S., Kannur, S., Agasimani, A. D., Shivshenkarmurthy M, Goroji., P. T. and Hegde, K., 2015, Geru beleyalli sasya samrakshane KVK, Sirsi. Nooli S.S, Kolhar B.C., Sadashivanagoud S.N.O and Vastrad S.M., 2015, Usage of chemical fertilizers based on its soil testing. Edited & Published by Dr.S.Y.Wali KVK, Vijayapur Nooli S.S, Kolhar B.C., Sadashivanagoud S.N.O and Vastrad S.M., 2015, Role of Organic fertilizers in improving soil fertility. Edited & Published by Dr.S.Y.Wali KVK, Vijayapur Nooli,S.S., Vastrad S.M. and Sadashivanagoud S.N.O, 2015, Low cost Technology practiced by farmers. Edited & Published by Wali S.Y. KVK, Vijayapur Nooli,S.S., Vastrad S.M. and Sadashivanagoud S.N.O, 2015, Drip irrigation Technology. Edited & Published by Dr.S.Y.Wali KVK, Vijayapur Nooli S.S, Vastrad S.M. and Sadashivanagoud S.N.O, 2015, Management of Problematic soils. Edited & Published by Wali S.Y. KVK, Vijayapur
220 207 Nooli S.S, Vastrad S.M., and Sadashivanagoud S.N.O., 2015, Cultivation aspects in redgram. KVK, Vijayapur Nooli S.S, Vastrad S.M., and Sadashivanagoud S.N.O, 2015, Recent cultivation aspects in sugarcane. Edited & Published by Dr.S.Y.Wali Nooli S.S, Vastrad S.M., and Sadashivanagoud S.N.O, 2015, Striga Management in Jowar. Edited & Published by Wali S.Y. Nooli S.S, Vastrad S.M., and Sadashivanagoud S.N.O, 2015, Improved cultivation aspects in Rabi jowar. Edited & Published by Wali S.Y. Nooli S.S, Vastrad S.M., and Sadashivanagoud S.N.O, 2015, Weed management in Sugarcane. Edited & Published by Wali S.Y. Nooli S.S, Vastrad S.M., and Sadashivanagoud S.N.O & B.C.Kolhar, 2015, Laser land leveler. Edited & Published by Wali S.Y. KVK, Vijayapur Vastrad S.M., Karbhantanal,S. and Nooli S.S.,, S. 2015, Pomegranate disease and their management. Edited & Published by Wali S.Y. KVK, Vijayapur Vastrad S.M., Kamberakar D.N., and Nooli, S.S. 2015, Production technology for summer groundnut. Edited & Published by Wali S.Y.KVK, Vijayapur. Vastrad S.M., Nooli S.S., and Kamberakar D.N., 2015, Sunflower moisture management and plant protection. Edited &Published by Wali S.Y, KVK, Vijayapur Channal Geeta P., 2015,SPV-2217 Sudarit hingari jolad tali, AEEC, Gadag Channal Geeta P. 2015, Adunik pashupalana nirvahane, AEEC, Gadag Channal Geeta P. 2015,Januvarugala rogagalu mattu hatoti kramagalu, AEEC, Gadag Channal Geeta P. and Nagnur Shobha 2015, Oushadiyukt arishin, AEEC, Gadag Channal Geeta P. and Nagnur Shobha 2015, Dinanityad aharaoushadigalu mahatva, AEEC, Gadag SwamyG.S.K, Nataraj K.H, and Lokesh B K, 2014, Sudharitha bale besaya tantrikate hagu samagra roga mattu keeta nirvahane kramagalu, AEEC,Arabhavi,UAS Dharwad M.V Manjunath., Meti C.B. and Lokesh B. K , Ahara badrategagi javalu, savalu, kshara tade nirvahane mattu sudarane. Agril. Extension Education Centre,Arabhavi, UAS,Dharwad January 2015 Hegde Gurudatt, Mitrannavar D.H., Hanumanaikar R.H. and Goroji Praveen., 2015, Pramukha roga mattu keetagala samagra nirvahane,, KVK, Sirsi Hegde Gurudatt, Mitrannavar D.H.,Hanumanaikar R.H. and Goroji Praveen., 2015, Baleya utpadna tantrikategalu KVK Sirsi. Hegade Gurudatt, Mitrannavar D.H., R.H. Hanumanaikar and Goroji Praveen., Bale belege baruva Ananus krushi hagu pramukha roga mattu keetagala samagra nirvahane, pramukha keeta mattu rogagala samagra nirvahana kramagalu KVK Sirsi. Hosamani R.M., Sataraddi Arun R, Pattar P.S., Khatib Jabeen, Angadi Siddappa, Gaddankeri Mallikarjun, 2014, Integrated crop management in Grapes, KVK, Bagalkot Hosamani R.M., Sataraddi Arun R, Pattar P.S., Khatib Jabeen, Angadi Siddappa, Gaddankeri Mallikarjun, 2014, Improved cultivation practices in Pomegrante., KVK, Bagalkot Hosamani R.M., Sataraddi Arun R, Pattar P.S., Khatib Jabeen, Angadi Siddappa, Gaddankeri Mallikarjun, 2014, Improved cultivation practices in Turmeric. KVK, Bagalkot.
221 208 Shakuntala, N. M., Vastrad, J.V., Vasudevan, Kammar S.N., Birdar M., S.A.2014, Hand made paper from linseed fibre Shakuntala, N. M., Vasudevan, Kammar S.N., Vastrad M., Vastrad, J.V., 2014, CUÀ É Áj AzÀ PÁUÀzÀ vàaiàiájpé Vastrad, J.V., Kotur R. and Byadgi, S. 2015, PÀÈ ZÀlÄªÀnPÉUÀ½UÉ ÀÄgÀQëvÀ GqÀÄ ÀÄUÀ¼ÀÄ, RHSc, UAS, Dharwad. Vastrad, J.V., Kotur R. and Byadgi, S. 2015, méöué UÀAf ºÁPÀÄªÀ ÀAiÀiÁðAiÀÄ ªÀÄÆ - PÁfðPÁ Ä UÀqÉØ, Dharwad. Nithya Shree D.A., 2014, Swavalambiyagabeke?? Hagadre Harasi Nimma Chitta Swaudyogadatta Nithya Shree D.A., 2014, Odugare, Antrajala Nimagestu Tilidide? Chanal Geeta, Desai Rajeshwari, Huilgol Shalini &VR Joshi, Vastrad Jyothi & Desai Rajeshwari :Garment Construction RHSc, UAS, Bheemappa A, Gavimath Uma & Desai Rajeshwari :Training manual on ICT,farmer portals &EMS for effective Agricultural Extension Management (5-10 January 2015). Shakuntala N. M., Vastrad, J.V., Vasudevan, Kammar S.N., Birdar M., S.A.2014, Hand made paper from linseed fibre Extensionf folder, UAS, Dharwad Mokashi M. V. and Khadi P. B., 2015, Being a parent. Mokashi M. V. and Khadi P. B., 2015, Preventing misbehavior at School: Tips for Teachers Pujar, L.L., Hunshal, S.C., Holeyannavar, P.G. & Patil, S.S., 2014, Kishoriyarigagi Jeevan kaushalya. Hunshal, S.C., Holeyannavar, P.G. & Patil, S.S., 2014, Aarogyakara jeevanadalli kirudhanyagala upayuktate. Itagi, S.K., Badami, S. and Hundekar, P., 2014, Rutuchakra hagu rutubandad arivu. Patil, M. and Khadi, P.B., 2014, Maranantika rogagaligintalu bhayankara e manasika khinnate Patil, M. and Khadi, P.B., 2014, Manasika ottada- nirvahane hege Patil, P.B., 2014, "Special sorghum varieties: Scope for value addition, Extensionf folder, UAS, Dharwad Patil, P.B., 2014, Joladinda tayarisabahudada maulyavardita padharthagalu. Extensionf folder, UAS, Dharwad. Patil, P.B., 2014, Krishi mahileyarigagi shrama kadime golisuva sudharita krishi salakaranegalu. Dasog G.S., Angadi, S.S., Manjunath M.V., Manjunath, Hebbara, Prasanna Kumar, B.H., and Sunil. A.Satyareddy. Water resources and benefits of reuse of effluent water. Water For Crops Proj. UAS, Dharwad Dasog G.S., Angadi, S.S., Manjunath M.V., Manjunath, Hebbara, Prasanna Kumar, B.H., and Sunil. A.Satyareddy 2014 Water resources and benefits of reuse of effluent water 2014Water For Crops Proj. UAS, Dharwad Patil, P. L., Radder, B. M., Rajkumar, S., Meti, C.B. and Khot, A. B., 2012, Niravari Govina Joladalli Kabbina mattu Satuvina Nirvahane Chetti Mahadev B., Arvind Kumar, Desai Satish R, Manjunatha M V, Venugopal C K, Hegde Ramakrishna and Patil R K 2014 Krishi Sinchana- Sudharitha Krishi Tantrikathegalu, Sneha Tanda UAS, Dharwad.
222 209 Anuraja. B., S. R. Desai. And M.V. Manjunath Extension Bulletin : Krishiyalli Yantropakaranagalu mattu Avugala Mahathwa Rathod Arvind M., Biradhar I. B., Yedachi Siddhangouda, Krishnamurthy E H and Desai Satish R 2015 Thotagarike Uthpadhana Padhathigalali Yantrikaranadh Pramukyathegala Kaipidi, UHSC, Bagalkot Patil R.R., Chouraddi Manjunath, Latha M., Prakash, Jeer Vinayaka, 2015, Beragugolisida aragu krushi, Extension folder Audio Visual Aids Developed Extension personnel of the University have prepared different visual aids like technology Charts: 1429, CDs :1511 and Slides: 410 for the purpose of educating farmers, farm women, Extension personnel, Innovative and progressive farmers, Une mployed rural youth and School pushoffs Farmers educative events Sl No Type of Extension approachs No. Organized No. of farmers participated 1 Krishi Mela 18 21,50,000 2 Field Days Exhibitions 49 43,95,484 4 Campaign Kisan Mela Group Meetings 48 9,300 7 Krishi FM Programmes
227 5 Campus Development Campus Development Various developmental works were undertaken during the reporting year at different campuses of the University along with estimated cost expenditure of the works and source of funding is given below: Name of building Construction of Compound wall for Jaggery Park at ARS Sankeshwar Construction of Fruit processing Unit at COF Sirsi Providing Security arrangements for buildings at UAS Dharwad Soil and water conservation works at Honwad village Bijapur taluk Soil and water conservation works at Hallur village Ron Tq Gadag Dist Construction of Transgenic Green House at ARS Dharwad Construction of over head water tank of 200 KL capacity 7.5 Mtr. Staging at AC H'matti Construction of over head water tank of 200 KL capacity 14 Mtr. Staging and laying of pipe line at student hostel at UAS Dharwad campus Estimated total cost (in Rs.) Expenditure during the year (in Rs.) Status of the work Source of funding Location Completed 6835/880 Sankeshwar Work under progress Work under progress 6619/880 Sirsi 6195/310 Dharwad Completed 6153/880 Vijayapur Completed 6153/880 Gadag Work under progress Work under progress Work under progress 6855/880 Dharwad 6694/880 Hanumanamatti 6651/880 & 6950/880 Dharwad
228 211 Name of building Construction of kitchen cum dining hall at COF, Sirsi Providing Security Arrangements at UAS campus Dharwad Construction of New boys Hostel at COF Sirsi Estimated total cost (in Rs.) Expenditure during the year (in Rs.) Status of the work Source of funding Location Completed 6619/880 Sirsi Completed 6195/310 Dharwad Completed 6619/880 Sirsi Construction of main building (including electrification work) at AC H'matti Construction of Research Complex (GF & FF) (including electrification work) at UAS Dharwad Campus Construction of Boys hostel (200 capacity) at UAS Dharwad Construction of Seed godown (Seeds) (including electrification work) at Dharwad campus Construction of Farmers Technology Hub at Dharwad Campus Construction of Dry land Agriculture Institue & Extension to the main building at AC Bijapur Construction of Farmers Knowledge Centre at Dharwad Campus Work under progress Work under progress Work under progress Work under progress Work under progress Work under progress Work under progress 6694/880 Hanamanamatti 6651/880 Dhawad 6651/880 Dharwad 9373/880 Dhawad 5767/880 Dharwad & 6651/ /880 Vijayapur 6651/880 Dharwad
229 6 212 Resources and Financial Estimates FINANCE Statement showing the Budget Proposal, Grants Released (including Internal Receipts) and Expenditure out of Government of Karnataka grants. (Rs.in lakhs) Particulars Years Budget Proposal 1.NON PLAN (Block Grants) Grants sanctioned Grants released Expenditure up to Mar.2015 a. Non-Plan PLAN (Devlopment Grants) a. Education b. Research R.K.V.Y. Grants a. RKVY *****
230 PUBLICATIONS 7 A-1 APPENDICES The publications of the scientists / teachers of the University including Research papers in peer reviewed journals of national and international repute, papers presented in national and international seminars / symposia / conferences etc., book chapters and popular articles are listed below: Abstract Sl. No. Department 1 Genetics and Plant Breeding Research Papers National Abstracts in Symposium National International International Book Chapters Popular Articles English Kannada Agronomy Crop Physiology Soil Science and Agricultural Chemistry Horticulture Agricultural Microbiology Agricultural Economics Agribusiness Management Environmental Science Seed Science and Technology 11 Biotechnology Agricultural Entomology
231 Sl. No. Department 13 Extension and Communication Management Research Papers National Abstracts in Symposium National International International Book Chapters Popular Articles English A-2 Kannada Plant Pathology Animal Science Agricultural Engineering 17 Food Science and Nutrition 18 Family Resource Management 19 Textiles and Apparel Designing 20 Home Science Extension 21 Human Development & Family studies 22 Natural Resource Management Agricultural Statistics Biochemistry Forest Biology and Tree Improvement Forest Production Agroforestry and Silviculture 26 Directorate of Extension TOTAL
232 A-3 Research Papers published in National and International Journals Adiger, S. and Sridevi, O., 2014, Isolation of DNA from Mucilage-Rich Okra ( Abelmoschus esculentus L.) for PCR Analysis. Tr. Biosci., 7(16): Agasimani, A. D. and Patil, V.S., 2015, Studies on genetic divergence in gladiolus genotypes ( Gladiolus hybridus Hort.). Indian J. Farm Sci., 5(1): Ahmedemujtaba, V., Kulkarni S., Jahagirdar S. and Harlapur, S I., 2014, Influence of Trichoderma harzianum on germination of uredospores of Puccinia arachidis and conidia of Phaeosariopsis personata causing rust and leaf spot of groundnut. Bioinfolet, (10): Amarapurkar, S., Murthy, C. and Mulla, J. A., 2014, Procurement management of input and factors influencing commercial broiler rearing in Dharwad district. Indian J. Commun.& Bus.Indian Mangmt., 7(2): Amarapurkar, S., Murthy, C. and Naik, B. K., 2014, Cost and returns in commercial broiler rearing in Dharwad district. Indian J. Commun.& BusIndian Mangmt., 7(2): Amit, M P., Aravinda Kumar B. N. and Geeta G S., 2014, Response of sunflower (helianthus annuus l.) to graded levels of sulphur and sulphur oxidising biofertilizer (Thiobacillus thiooxidans). Biochem. Cell. Arch., 14(2): Amit, M.P., Aravinda Kumar B.N., Harlapur S.I. and Gali S.K., 2014, Productivity and nutrient uptake by Sunflower ( Helianthus annuus L) as influenced by application of graded levels of sulphur and sulphur oxidizing biofertilizer ( Thiobacillus thiooxidans). Biochem. Cell. Arch., 14(2): Anand Jain, Yadav, D. K., Kulkarni, V. S., Govindaiah, M. G., Sadana D. K. and Ashwathanarayana, T., 2014, A Comparison of morphometric traits of sheep breeds of Karnataka in farmer's flocks. Indian J. Anim. Sci., 84(8): Anand, Y. and Kajjidoni, S. T., 2014, Genetic enhancement of grain size and other productivity related traits through induced variability in kharif sorghum. Karnataka J. Agric. Sci., 27: Angadi, A. and Yadav, V.S., 2014, Status of stressors among female teachers of primary school. Adv. Res. J. Social Sci., 5: Angadi, J. G., Jahagirdar, K.A. and Patil, S. L., 2014, An extension strategy for promoting effective use of organic manures by farmers. Indian J.Agric. Stat.Sci.,10 (1): Anil, G.H. and Ashtaputre, S.A., 2014, Chemical management of Alternaria blight of Cotton. Tr.Bio Sci., 7(14): Anupama, M.P., Benagi, V.I., Nargund, V.B., Patil, R.V. and Koti, R.V., 2014, Survey of onion basal rot caused by Fusarium oxysporum f.sp.cepae in Karnataka. Karnataka J. Agric. Sci., 27(2): Anuraja, B. and Manohara Jesudas, D., 2014, A study on physico- chemical properties of Jatropa biodiesel blends. Pl. Arch., 14 (2): Anuraja, B. and Manohara Jesudas, D., 2014, Economic Use of Bio-Diesel in Power Tiller Engine under Field Condition. Madras J. Agric.Sci., 48 (5):
233 A-4 Anuraja. B., Manohara Jesudas D. and Desai, S. R., 2014, Emission characteristics of power tiller engine using jatropa biodiesel and it s blends with petrol diesel. Environ. Ecol., 33(4A): Anusha, Ch., Balikai, R. A. and Patil, R. H., 2014, Management of cowpea pests through newer and conventional insecticides. Indian J. Agric. Stat. Sci., 10 (1): Anusha, Ch. and Balikai, R. A., 2015, Avoidable loss estimation due to pod borers in C- 152 and DC-15 varieties of cowpea. J. Exp. Zool. India, 18(1): Aparna, K., Pasha, M.A., Rao, D.L.N. and Krishnaraj, P.U., 2014, Organic amendments as ecosystem engineers: Microbial, biochemical and genomic evidence of soil health improvement in a tropical arid zone field site. Ecol. Engg., 71: Archana, B.C. and Jamadar, M.M., 2014, Management of leaf spot and fruit spot/rot of pomegranate ( Punica granatum L.) caused by Alternaria alternata (Fr.) Keissler. Karnataka J. Agric. Sci., 27(2): Ashoka, P., Gundlur, S.S., Rajkumar, S. and Meti, C.B., 2014, Effect of sprinkler irrigation on onion ( Allium cepa) crop in vertisols of Malaprapha command in northern Karnataka, India. Environ.Ecol. 32(2A): Ashtaputre, S.A. and Anil, G.H., 2014, Survey for incidence of alternaria blight in cotton. Tr.Bio Sci., 7(13): Ashtaputre, S.A., 2014, Bio efficiency of azosystrotin against early blight of tomato. Pestology, 39(4): Ashtaputre, S.A., 2014, Estimation of yield loss due to powdery mildew in chilli. Tr.Bio Sci., 7(11): Ashtaputre, S.A., Anil, G. H. and Rao, M. S. L., 2014, Efficacy of fungicides in management of Alternaria Blight of Cotton. Pestology, 38(8): Ashtaputre, S.A., Anil, G.H. and Rao, M.S.L., 2014, Efficacy of triazoles in management of leaf blight of cotton. Pestology, 39(4): Ashtaputre, S.A., Chattannavar, S.N. and Rao, M.S.L., 2015, Management of foliar disease through triazole. Pestology, 40(1): Ashwini, H.G., Hebbara, M., Rawal, R. and Channabasamma, A., 2014, Effect of magnetized water on growth of sunflower crop. Res. J. Agril. Sci., 5(4): Aski, S.G. and Hirevenkanagoudar, L.V., 2014, Knowledge level of farmers about vermicompost production technologies. Agric.Update, 9(3): Aski, S.G. and Hirevenkanagoudar, L.V., 2014, Knowledge level of trained farmers about mango cultivation practices. Indian J. Pl. Sci., 9(2): Asthtaputre, S.A., Chattannavar, S.N. and Rao, M.S.L., 2015, Management of major fungal foliar disease of cotton through triazoles. Pestology, 39(1): Avitha, K. M., Jagadeesh K.S. and Sinha, S., 2014, Bio-degradation of pentachlorophenol by endophytic bacteria isolated from PCP tolerant plant species. J. Pure Appl. Microbiol., 8: Avitha, K.M., Jagadeesh K. S, Krishnaraj,P.U. and Sinha, S., 2014, Assessing the establishment of lac Z marked strains of pentachlorophenol degrading rhizobacteria
234 A-5 and their effects on plant growth of maize (Zea mays). J. Pure Appl. Microbiol., 8: Awaradi, K.M., Biradar Patil, A.P., Teggi, M.Y.and Rajur, B.C., 2014, Cost and returns of jiggery production in Karnataka- An economic analysis. Gr. Farm., 5(4): Babu, A.G, Patil B.C.and Pawar, K.N., 2014, Evaluation of cotton genotypes for drought tolerance using PEG-6000 water stress by slanting glass plate technique. The Bioscan, 9(2): Babu, A.G. and Patil, B.C., 2014, Evaluation of cotton ( Gossypium hirsutum L.) genotypes for drought tolerance by physiological approaches. Green Farm., 5(1): Bagali, A.N., Patil, H.B., Chimmad, V.P., Patil, P.L. and Patil, R.V., 2014, Effect of organics On nutrient uptake, yield and residual nutrient status of soil in onion (Allium cepa L.) cv. Telagi Red. Indian J.Agric. Sci., 5 (2): Balikai, R.A. and Mallapur, C.P., 2015, Bioefficacy of cyazypyr 10% EC, a new anthranilic diamide insecticide, against the insect pests of gherkins and its impact on natural enemies and crop. J. Exp. Zool., 18(1): Balikai, S. and Kerur, N. M.,2014, Business Performance of milk union A case of Belgaum district cooperative milk producers union Ltd. of Karnataka. Int. J. Comm. & Bus. Management, 7 (2): Balikai, S., Kerur, N. M. and Shreeshail, R., 2014, Business performance of Belgaum milk union. Int. J. Agric. Stat. Sci., 10(1): Balikai, S., Kerur, N. M. and Shreeshail, R., 2014, Procurement and Marketing Management of Belgaum Milk Union. Res. J. Agri. Sci., 5(5): Balloli, U., Malagi, U., Kasturiba, B. and Ashalatha, K.V., 2015, Prevalence of obesity among adolescents of rural and urban Dharwad. Indian J. Social Res., 56(2): Ballolli, U., Malagi, U., Yenagi, N., Orsan, V. and Gariepy,Y., 2014, Development and quality evaluation of foxtail millet incorporated breads. Karnataka J. Agric. Sci., 27(1): Basamma, Benagi V.I., Nargund V.B. and Nirmalnath. J.P., 2014, In vitro prospects of botanicals, bioagents and micronutrients in the inhibition of Xanthomonas axonopodis pv. punicae causing bacterial blight of pomogranate. J. Pure Appl. Microbiol., 8(1): 1-6. Basamma, Benagi V.I., Nargund, V. B. and Nirmalnath J.P., 2014, In vitro prospects of botanicals, bioagents and micronutrients in the inhibition of Xanthomonas axonopodis pv. punicae causing bacterial blight of pomegranate. J. Pure. Appl. Microbiol., 8(1): Basavaneppa, B. B., Balikai, R. A. and Kambrekar, D. N., 2014, Ovicidal action of newer insecticide molecules against the eggs of Helicoverpa armigera (Hubner). Indian J. Agric. Stat. Sci., 10(1): Basavanneppa, B. B. and Balikai, R. A., 2014, Toxicity of newer insecticides against Helicoverpa armigera (Hubnur) under laboratory condition. Indian J. Agric. Stat. Sci., 10(1): Basavaraj Ashokappa, H.T., Prabhu, S.T. and Manjappa, K., 2015, Management of rice
235 A-6 earhead bug, Leptocorisa oratorius Fabricius (Hemiptera: Alydidae). J. Exp. Zool. India, 18(1): Bhagat, Y. S., Bhat, R. S. and Udikeri, S. S., 2014, Toxicity of Escherichia coli expressed Remusatia vivipara lectin and Sclerotium rolfsii lectin delivered via artificial diet against Bemisia tabaci and Amrasca biguttula biguttula. Tr.Biosci., 7(20): Bhagwat, V.R., Shyamprasad, G., Prabhakar, D.B., Biradar A.P., Srinivasbabu K., Kalaisekar A., Subbarayudu B. and Patil, J.V., 2014, Detection of durable resistant sources for sugarcane aphids, Melanphis saccari and their mechanisms of resistance in post rainy sorghum. Indian J. Agric.Sci., 84(10): Bharti, G. and Krishnaraj, P.U., 2014, Cloning and expression of Bacillus thuringiensis cry1ia in Escherichia coli and its insecticidal activity. African J. Microbiol.Res., 8(36): Bhattiprolu, S.L., Nakkeran, S., Rao, M.S.L., Chattannavar, S.N., Monga, D. and Chakrabarty, P.K., 2014,Field evaluation of systemic acquired resistance inducing chemicals and Psuedomonas fluorescens against foliar diseases of cotton, Cotton Res. J., 6(1): Bheemanagouda, O. P., Poddar, R.S., Mundinamani S.M., Mamaledesai, N.R., Patil V.S.and. Wali S.Y., 2014, Economic appraisal of drip irrigation system under grape cultivation in Bijapur district. Karnataka J.Agric.Sci., 27(3): Bhojya Naik, V.K. and Jamadar, M.M., 2014, Invitro bioassay of different fungicides against blast of pearl millet caused by Pyricularia grisea (Cooke.) Sacc. Karnataka J. Agric. Sci., 27(1): Biradar, A. P. and Nadaf A. M., 2014, Bioefficacy of Bifenazate 240 SC (Floramite) against mites on Grapes, Vitis vinifera. Ann.Pl.Protec. Sci., 22(2): Biradar, A. P., 2014, Ecofriendly approaches in the management of citous leaf miner, Phyllocnistis citrella Staint (Gelechidae: Lepidoptera). J.Ecofriendly Agric., 9(1): Biradar, A. P., Bhagwat, V.R., Biradar, B.D. and Balikai, R. A., 2014, Evaluation of IPM components against key pests of sorghum. J. Ecofriendly Agric., 9(1): Biradar, M. D., Giraddi, R.S., Biradar, Nagaratna and Gai, P.B., 2014, Socio-economic status of farm women selected for and impact of vermicompost production technology in northern Karnataka. Indian J. Soc. Res., 55(4): Biradar, M.D., Giraddi, R.S. and Gai, P.B., 2015, Bioconversion of organic waste into vermicompost by different species of earthworms. J. Exp. Zool. India. 18(1): Biradar, V. M., Angadi, J. G. and Patil, A. A., 2014, Determinants of management efficiency of cut flower growers. Karnataka J.Agric. Sci., 27(4): Brunda,S. M., Kamatar, M.Y., Naveenkumar, K.L., Hundekar R., 2014, Study of Genetic Variability, Heritability and Genetic Advance in Foxtail Millet in both Rainy and Post Rainy Season. IOSR J. Agric. Vet.Sci., 7(11): Chakraborty Pritam, Prabhu, S. T., Balikai, R. A. and Udikeri, S. S., 2015, Biology of cotton flower bud maggot, Dasineura gossypii Fletcher an emerging pest on Bt cotton
236 A-7 in Karnataka, India. J. Exp. Zool.India, 18(1): Chandaragi, M. and Patil, R. K., 2014, Population dynamics of Giant African Snail, Achatina Fulica bowdich (stylommataphora: achatinidae) in Betelvine ecosystem. J. Exp. Zool. India, 17(1): Channagouda, R.F, Babalad, H.B., Sreenivasa, M.N. and Math, K.K., 2013, Nutrient management practices for organic cotton production. Indian J. Agric. Sci., 9: Channaveeresh, T.S. and Kulkarni, S., 2014, Biochemical parameters in relation to powdery mildew resistance in black gram. Indian J.Agric. Sci., 5(1): Channaveerresh, T.S. and Kulkarni, S., 2014, In vitro evaluation of fungicides bioagents and botanicals against Erysiphe polygoni DC in black gram. Res.J.Agric. Sci., 5(4): Channaveerresh, T.S., Kulkarni, S., and Vijaykumar A.G., 2014, Evaluation of black gram genotypes for resistance to powdery mildew caused by Erysiphe polygoni DC. Karnataka J. Agric. Sci., 27(1): Chavan Raju, L., 2014, Response of Jatropha curcas under various spacing for growth and seed yield in North Eastern Dry Zone of Karnataka. Progg. Res., 9(2): Chavan Raju, L., Honnurappa Shivanna, Kattimani, K.N. and Ashok, 2014, Carbon sequestration potential and seed yield of bio-fuel species in north eastern dry zone of Karnataka. Progg. Res., 9(1): Chavan Raju, L., Shivanna, H. and Tembhurne, B.V., 2014, Influence of Dalbergia sissoo (roxb.) on yield of ground nut and carbon sequestration potential in north Eastern Dry Zone of Karnataka. Progg.Res., 9(special): Chigign Adamu, Aravinda Kumar, B. N., Rajakumara, S., Patil, B. R., Patil, H.Y. and Kuligod, V. B., 2014, Physiological response, molecular analysis and water use efficiency of maize ( Zea mays L.) hybrids grown under various irrigation regimes. African J. Biotech., 13(29): Daspute, A., Fakrudin, B., Bhairappanavar, S. B., Kavil, S.P., Narayana, Y.D., Muniswamy, Kumar, A., Krishnaraj P.U., Yerimani Abid. and Khadi. B M., 2014, Inheritance of pigeonpea sterility mosaic disease resistance in pigeonpea. Pl. Pathol. J., 30(2): Dechasa, H. D., Hunshal, C. S., Hiremath, S. M., Awakkanavar, M. C., Nadagouda, B. T. and Chandrashekar, C. P., 2014, Growth and yield of maize hybrids as influenced by NPK & S levels. Karnataka J. Agric. Sci., 27(4): Deepa, N. and Sumangala, P.R., 2014, Constraints in rural dairy farming in Dharwad and Kalaghtagi Taluks. Radix. Indian J. Res.Social Sci., 2: 1-2. Denis, M. K. A. and Patil P. L., 2014, Mapping of biophysical constraints of soils in semiarid northern transition zone of India by GIS techniques. Indian J. Interdisplinary & Multidisplnary Studies, 1: Denis, M. K.A., Patil, P. L. and Edwin J. J. M., 2014, Land Degradation, mapping in Singhanhalli-Bogur Micro-watershed in northern transition zone of Karnataka through remote sensing and GIS techniques. Indian J.Interdisplinary & Multidisplnary Studies, 1(10 :
237 A-8 Denis, M. K.A., Patil, P. L. and Edwin J. J. M., 2014, Soil erosion mapping in singhanhalli-bogur microwatershed in northern transition zone of Karnataka using universal soil loss equation and geographic information systems. Indian J. Interdisplinary & Multidisplnary Studies, 1(10): Desai, R. and Sumangala, P. R., 2013, Determinant factors of organic farming adoption in the selected northern agroclimatic zones of Karnataka. Asian J.Home Sci., 8(2): 590. Desai, S. R. and Hosamani, R., 2014, Small Scale Automatic Jaggery Production (AJP) System. Indian J. Modern Tr.Engg. & Res., 1(06): Deshetti, M. B., Teggi, M.Y. and Patil, R.B., 2014, An economic analysis of integrated pest management in grape in Bijapur district. EPRA Indian J. Econ. Business Review, 2 (12): Deshetti, M.B., Teggi, M. Y. and Durgad Ambana Gowda, 2014, Growth and export performance of Indian tomato. EPRA Indian J.Econ. Business Review., 3(1): Dey, S. R., Mundinamani, S. M., Basavaraja, H., Kulkarni G. N., Bankar, B. and Hegde, R. V,2014, Economics of rubber plantation in Tripura. Karnataka J. Agri. Sci., 27(2): Dhanalaxmi, R.K. and Vastrad, J.V., 2014, Phyto constituents: an analysis of cinnamon (cinnamomum verum) leaf extracts. Asian J.Home Sci., 9(1): Diddi, S., Mamle Desai, N. R. and Hosamani, S. B., 2014, Economic analysis of garlic production in north Karnataka. Karnataka J.Agric.Sci., 28: Dodamani, S.V., Mulla, S.R., Kabadagi, C.B. and Surakod, V.S., 2014, Effect of organic manures, biofertilizers and inorganic fertilizers on growth and yield of sunflower ( Helianthus annus, L.). Bioinfolet, 11 (2A): Doddamani, M. B., Rubeena, C. M., Kuligod, V. B. and Gali, S. K., 2014, Long-term effect of spentwash application on growth, yield and nutrient uptake by maize under Vertisols of northern transitional zone of Karnataka. J. Aquatic Biol. Fish, 2; Doddamani, M. B., Gali, S. K., Manjith kumar B. R., Channappa H. and Raghavendra N. Patgar. 2014, Effect of one time application of treated spentwash on sugarcane yield and soil nutrient status. Res. J. Agric. Sci., 5: Dushyantha, D.K., Jagadeesh K.S., Krishnaraj P.U. and Patil C.R, 2014, Purification and kinetic studies of poly galacturonase from Aspergillusniger RBF96. J.Pure Appl. Microbiol., 8: Dushyantha, D.K., Jagadeesh K.S., Patil C.R. and Nirmalnath P. J., 2014, Pectinase production from Aspergillusniger RBF96 by solid state fermentation using citrus peel. J Pure Appl. Microbiol., (2): Farooq Mohammed, Hegde, R.V. and Jamadar, M.I., 2014, Effect of dates of sowing and row spacing on growth parameters and yield of coriander cv. CO4. Res.J. Agric. Sci., 5 (3): Gadad, H., Hegde, M. and Balikai, R. A., 2014, Screening and biochemical analysis for resistance against groundnut thrips. Biochem. Cellular Arch., 14(1): Gadad, H., Hegde, M. and Balikai, R. A., 2014, Yield loss and economic injury level (EIL)
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