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KRISHI VIGYAN KENDRA
Targhadia (Rajkot)

KVK Targhadia
Year of Establishment : September, 2004
Information of HOD

Name

:
Dr. H. S. Hirapara
Designation
:
Senior Scientist & Head
Contact Address
:
Krishi Vigyan Kendra,
Main dry farming research station,
JAU, Targhadia, Dis. Rajkot
Pin – 360 023
Phone
:
0281 – 2784170
Mobile
:
94269 38235
E-mail
:
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Faculty Information :
Sr.
No.
Sanctioned post
Name of the incumbent
Discipline
Current
Pay Band
Date of joining
If Temporary, pl. indicate the consolidated amount paid (Rs./month)
1
Senior Scientist and Head
Dr.H.S.Hirapara Agronomy
-
01-07-2021
-
2
SMS
Dr. M. M. Tajpara
Animal
Scence.
89900/-
04-08-2015
1,19,522/-
3
SMS
Dr. J. H. Chaudhary
Agron.
64900/-
01-08-2017
78,525/-
4
SMS
Dr. M. K. jadeja
Agri. Extension
92500/
05-10-2019
-
5
SMS
Vacant
Horti.
-
-
-
6
SMS
Shri D. P. Sanepara
Agril.
Engg.
98300/-
01-11-2016
1,19,107/-
7
SMS
Vacant
Home Science
-
-
-
8
Farm manager
Shri S. R. Rathva
Plant breeding
38090/-
30-7-2018
38,090/-
9
Programme Assistant
Shri A. B. Dabhi
Agron.
63600/-
07-08-2014
52,976/-
10
Computer
Programmer
Miss. R. T. Padaliya
-
47600/-
03-01-2009
57,811/-
11
Acc. / Sup.
Vacant
-
-
-
-
12
Steno-grapher 
Vacant
-
-
-
-
13
Driver
Vacant
-
 
 
-
14
Driver
Vacant
-
-
-
-
15
Supporting staff
Smt.U.G.. Zala
-
28800/-
16-09-2004
35,157/-
16
Supporting staff
Vacant
-
-
-
-
KVK Objectives:
1.  Conducting “On Farm Testing” for identifying technologies in terms of location specific sustainable land use systems.
2.  Organize training to update the extension personnel with emerging advances in agricultural research on regular basis
3.  Organize short and long – term vocational training courses in agriculture and allied vocations for the farmers and rural youths with emphasis on “learning by doing” for higher production on farms and generating self employment.
4.  Organize frontline demonstrations on various crops to generate production data and feedback information.
Mandates:
1.  Organize short and long term vocational training courses in agricultural and allied Vocations for the farmers and rural youths with emphasis on "Learning by doing" or higher production on farms and generating self employment.
2.  Organizing training to update the extension personnel with emerging advances in agricultural research on regular basis.
3.  Organize front-line demonstrations on various crops to generate production data and feedback information.
4.  Conducting "On farm testing" for identification of technologies in terms of location specific sustainable land use systems.
Location
DETAILS OF DISTRICT

2.1 Major farming systems/enterprises (based on the bench mark analysis made by the KVK)

 
Sr. No
Farming system/enterprise
1
Groundnut – Wheat/ Cumin, Cotton – Summer Groundnut/ Pulses/sesame
2
Dairy product
3
Farm Waste Management specially for cotton stalk
4
Fruit and Vegetable Preservation
5
Value addition in Groundnut, Til ,Gram etc.

2.2  Description of Agro-climatic Zone & major agro ecological situations

   a) Soil type

Sr.
No
Agro-climatic Zone
Characteristics
1.
North Saurashtra Agro Climatic Zone (VI)
The total geographical area of North Saurashtra Agro Climatic Zone is 35.2 Lacs ha. Out of total area, 73.40 per cent area falls under arid and semi-arid region. The soils of this zone are shallow to moderately deep. The soils of Rajkot district is low in their availability of nitrogen while medium in phosphorus and high in available potash except the available phosphorus and potash is in medium category in adopted villages. Monsoon commences usually by the end of June and withdraws by middle of September. Average annual rainfall of districts is 648 mm while 1160.4mm during 2020.

   b)Topography

Sr. No

Agro ecological situation

Characteristics

1.

 Situation No. 4

Shallow black soil with 500-600 mm Rainfall

2.

Situation No. 14

Hilly Soils with 500-600 mm Rainfall

2.3 Soil types

Sr. No
Soil type
Characteristics
Area
in (‘000) ha
1.
Clay to clay loam
Medium black calcareous soil
258
2.
Sandy Clay Loam to Clayey
Well drained soil with rapid permeability
301
3.
Sandy to Sandy loam 10 cm, Calcareous
Well drained soils

2.4 Area, Production and Productivity of major crops cultivated in the district (2019-20)

Sr. No.
Crop
Area (ha)
Production (Tone)
Productivity (Kg. /ha)
1.
Groundnut
233895
894862
3782
2.
Cotton
264430
504053
1906
4.
Sesamum
1676
1671
997
5.
Castor
5551
14322
2580
6.
Millet
589
778
1321
7.
Green gram
1319
1260
955
8.
Black gram
1111
1199
1079
9
Pigeon pea
1746
3148
1803
10
Wheat
139257
517887
3719
11
Gram
36850
74880
2032
12
Cumin
29812
23438
786
13
Groundnut (Summer)
3685
8276
2246
14
Millet (Summer)
1453
3473
2390

2.5 Weather data (2020)

Month
Rainfall (mm)
Temperature 0 C
Relative Humidity (%)
Maximum
Minimum
Maximum
Minimum
January
0
25.6
9.6
73.5
40.6
February
0
30.9
13.2
62.0
31.2
March
0
33.3
16.9
69.2
27.5
April
0
39.6
22.3
71.1
25.5
May
0
41.5
25.1
74.4
27.8
June
85.9
37.4
25.2
81.2
53.0
July
276.0
33.6
25.1
86.3
67.5
August
674.1
30.9
23.8
92.5
81.1
September
84.7
33.4
24.0
87.5
67.0
October
39.7
35.1
21.6
78.7
51.7
November
0
32.2
14.9
57.2
34.4
December
0
29.8
12.4
62.5
41.4
 
1160.4

 

 

 

 

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

Category
Population (‘000 Nos.)
Production  (‘000 tone)
Productivity
Cattle
Cows
452
3326.90
 
Buffalo
362
5284.70
 
Sheep
263.40
266.81(Production of wool)
 
Goats
197
231.24
 
Pigs
1
 
 
Crossbred
 
 
 
Indigenous
 
 
 
Poultry                                                                       (Production of eggs in Lakh Nos.)
Hens
 
 
 
Desi
7.8
3.92
 
Improved
13.4
32.52
 
Ducks
 
 
 
Others
Horse and Camel
 
 
 
Dogs
9

 

 

2.7 Details of Operational area / Villages (2019-20 to 2021-22)

Sr. No.

Taluka

Name of the block

Name of the village

Major crops & enterprises

Major problem identified

Identified Thrust Areas

1

Jasdan

Cluster I

Barvala

*Groundnut, Cotton, Sesamum, Wheat, Cumin, Gram,

Garlic, Onion.

*Enterprises are dairy business, Vermi composting,

preparation of roasted groundnut

and chikki from groundnut and sesame

Pink ball worm in Cotton,Heavy infestation

of sucking pest in cotton,

phytopthora disease in sesamum and white

grub infestation in groundnut.

Long inter-calving period in Buffalo, Nutritional

deficiency in animal problem,

feed and fodder, Less area under

Horticultural crops

* IPM and INM in major   crops of this area

* Reducing the inter-

   calving period in

   Buffalo

* Motivate the farmers for arid Horticultural

   crops.

* Efficient use of irrigation water

* To create the awareness for grading,

processing and marketing (value addition)

Kamlapur

Lilapur

Hadmatiya

Kalasar

2

Vinchhiya

Cluster II

 

Amrapur

Hingolgadh

Gundala

Bhopra

Lalavadar

3

Rajkot

Cluster III

 

Haripar

Makanpar

Umrali

Khachharia

Hodathali

Details of Various Extension Activities (Jan. to Dec. 2020) :

Details of Training 

Sr. No.
Type of Training
No. of Training
No. of Participant
1
On Campus Training
34
1086
2
Off Campus Training
34
894
3
Vocation Training
2
65
4
Sponsored Training
6
206
5
Rural youth Training
1
25
 
Total
77
2276

Extension Activities (including activities of FLD programmes)

Activities
No. of programmes
No. of farmers
No. of Extension Personnel
TOTAL
Advisory Services
11
21
1
22
Diagnostic visits
2
11
2
13
Field Day
7
152
2
154
Group discussions
5
78
-
78
KisanGhosthi
9
121
2
123
Film Show
1
55
1
56
Self -help groups
1
25
1
26
Exhibition
1
-
-
-
Scientists' visit to farmers field
24
146
2
148
Plant/animal health camps
1
54
2
56
Farm Science Club
-
-
-
-
Ex-trainees Sammelan
1
72
5
77
Farmers' seminar/workshop
2
345
4
349
Method Demonstrations
3
22
1
23
Celebration of Soil health card
1
308
1
309
Celebration of international women day
1
49
-
49
Celebration of Phoshan Maah
1
216
5
221
A Live food day celebration
1
18
-
18
Tree plantation programme
1
33
-
33
Celebration of Mahila Kisan Divas
1
19
-
19
Celebration of Swachht hi Seva
1
102
3
105
Celebration of Soil health Day
1
55
2
57
Celebration of Kisan Divas
1
72
2
74
Celebration of Good governance,
Kishan and Vigyan Day
1
38
1
39
Total
78
1972
37
2009

DETAILS OF EACH ON FARM TRIAL (OFT)

Crop/ enterprise
 
Farming situation
Problem definition
Title of OFT
Technology  Assessed
Parameters of assessment
Data on the parameter
Results of assessment
Feed back from the farmer
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Groundnut
Rainfed
Higher use of chemical fertilizers
Organic  farming in Kharif Groundnut
1.RDF (Chemical)+ Seed treatment
2. Only cow based
3. All Bio product.
Yield Kg/ha and White grub infestation (%)
-
-
-
Groundnut
Rainfed
Higher use of pesticides
Infestation of white grub in organic Kharif Groundnut
T-1 : Chemical + seed treatments for white grubs and sucking pests.
T-2 :  Cow base farming
T-3 5 t FYM/ha + Bio-fertilizer
Yield Kg/ha and White grub infestation (%)
-
-
-
Groundnut
Rainfed
High soil moisture losses during the crop period.
Effect of mulching on productivity of kharif groundnut
1. Without mulching
(Farmers’ practice)
2. Farm residues mulching(Recommended Technology)
Yield Kg/ha and Soil Moisture Content (%)
-
Increased the yield 15.02%
Farm residues mulching conserve soil moisture
Cotton
Irrigated
Water scarcity in the region due to less rainfall.
Water management in drip irrigated cotton  crop(Plastic mulching in drip irrigated cotton  crop
1.Without mulching (Farmers’ practice)
2. Plastic mulch  with drip irrigation) (Recommended Technology)
Yield (Kg/ha) and Soil Moisture Content (%)
-
Plastic mulch with drip irrigation had enhanced the cotton yield 15.45%
Plastic mulching in drip irrigated cotton save water and gave higher yield
 
Farm woman
-
Lack of knowledge
Preservation techniques of different pulses with organic methods
1. Use of Neem leaves (50gm dry leaves/500gm food grain)
2. Use of Castor oil (1kg castoroil/ 100Kg food grain)
3. Use of pro super bag
4. Control

 

 

 

 

Contd..

Technology
Assessed
Source of Technology
Production
Please give the unit (kg/ha, t/ha, lit/animal, nuts/palm, nuts/palm/year )
Net Return (Profit)
in Rs. / unit
BC
Ratio
13
14
15
16
17
18
Organic  farming in Kharif Groundnut
T1
RDF(Chemical)
+
Seed treatment
 
National Centre of Organic farming, Ghaziabad (U.P.)
2250
Kg/ha
 
81000
3.43
T2
Only Cow Based
1900
Kg/ha
 
78250
3.05
T3
All Bio Products
 
1550
Kg/ha
 
71500
2.84
Effect of mulching on productivity of kharifgroundnut
Technology option 1
Without mulching
(Farmers’ practice)
 
 
Yield: 1065
Soil Moisture content (23.65%)
Yield (kg/ha)
Soil Moisture content (5)
31428
1.97
Technology option 2
Farm residues mulching (Recommended Technology)
Agricultural University, Junagadh
Yield: 1225
Soil Moisture content (26.15%)
Yield (kg/ha)
Soil Moisture content (5)
38343
2.10
Water management in drip irrigated cotton  crop
Technology option 1
Without mulching (Farmers’ practice)
 
Yield: 2750
Soil Moisture content (24.25%)
Yield (kg/ha)
Soil Moisture content (5)
105925
3.27
Technology option 2
Plastic mulch (25 micron) (Recommended Technology)
RTTC, Junagadh Agricultural University, Junagadh
Yield: 3175
Soil Moisture content (27.35%)
Yield (kg/ha)
Soil Moisture content (5)
123863
3.37
Infestation of white grub in organic Kharif Groundnut
1.RDF Chemical + seed treatments for white grubs and sucking pests.
National Centre of Organic farming, Ghaziabad (U.P.)
2250
(2.2%)
Kg/ha
( % plant infestation)
81000
3.43
2. Only cow based
1900
(3.0%)
Kg/ha
( % plant infestation)
78250
3.05
3. All Bio product
1550
(1.6%)
Kg/ha
( % plant infestation)
71500
2.84
Achievements of Frontline Demonstrations
A. Follow-up for results of FLDs implemented during previous years
List of technologies demonstrated during previous year and popularized during 2020 and recommended for large scale adoption in the district

S. No

Crop/

Enterprise

Thematic Area*

Technology demonstrated

Details of popularization methods suggested to the Extension system

Horizontal spread of technology

No. of villages

No. of farmers

Area in ha

1

Groundnut

IPM

Varietal evaluation+ IPM through Chlorpyriphos

Management of white grub through seed treatment

8

10

4.0

2

Groundnut

INM

Variety+ INM+

IPM+IDM

To test yield potentiality of newly released groundnut variety

7

10

4.0

3

Gram

Varietal

evaluation

GJG-5

To test yield potentiality of newly released gram variety

9

10

4.0

4

Cumin

Pest

Management

IPM

Management of wilt through bio agent

4

5

2.0

5

Buffalo

Nutrient

Manage­

ment

Chelated mineral mixture power

-

4

20

20

6

Buffalo

Nutrient

Manage.

by Pass protein

-

3

10

10

7

Buffalo

Nutrient

Manage.

by pass fat

-

3

10

10

8

Fodder

"Fodder

managemen

Jinjvo grass (Marvel grass)

-

2

10

10

B.Details of FLDs implemented during 2020 oilseeds

Sl.

No.

Crop

Thematic area

Technology Demonstrated

Season and year

Area (ha)

No. of farmers/

demonstration

Reasons for shortfall in achievement

Proposed

Actual

SC/ST

Others

Total

 

1

Groundnut

IPM

(GJG-22)

Varietal evaluation+ IPM through Chlorpyriphos

Kharif

2020

4.0

4.0

1

9

10

-

2

Groundnut

INM

(GJG-22)

Variety+ INM+

IPM+IDM

Kharif

2020

4.0

4.0

0

10

10

-

Pulses :

Sr.

No.

Crop

Thematic

area

Technology

Demonstrated

Season

and

year

Area (ha)

No. of farmers/ Demonstration

Reasons for short­fall

Propo­sed

Actual

SC/

ST

Others

Total

1

Gram

Varietal

evaluation

Variety

(GJG-5)

Rabi

2019-20

4.0

4.0

0

10

10

-

Others

Sr.
No.
Crop
Thematic
area
Technology
Demonstrated
Season
and
year
Area (ha)
No. of farmers/ Demonstration
Reaso ns for short­fall
Propo­
sed
Actual
SC/
ST
Others
Total
1
Cumin
IPM
Management of wilt through bio agent
Rabi
2019-20
2.0
2.0
0
5
5
-
2
Buffalo
Nutrient
Manage­
ment
By pass protein
-
-
-
4
16
20
-
3
Buffalo
Nutrient
Manage­
ment
By pass fat
-
-
-
3
7
10
-
4
Buffalo
Manage­
Jinjavo
Kharif 2020
-
-
-
10
10
-
5
Seasonal
vegetables
Nutritional
Garden
Kitchen
Garden
Kharif
2020
-
-
-
50
50
-

Details of farming situation

Crop
Season
Farming situation (RF/Irrigated)
Soil type
Status of soil
Previous crop
Sowing date
Harvest date
Seasonal rainfall
 (mm)
No. of rainy days
N
P
K
 
 
 
 
 
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Groundnut
Kharif
RF
M. B.
L
M
H
Wheat/ Cumin
13/6/20
18/10/20
1160.4mm
-
Groundnut
Kharif
RF
M. B.
L
M
H
Wheat/ Cumin
5/6/20
1/10/20
1160.4mm
-
Cumin
Rabi
Irrigated
M. B.
L
M
H
-“- Cotton/ G’nut
18/11/19
22/2/20
-
-
Gram
Rabi
Irrigated
M. B.
L
M
H
-“-
25/11/19
21/2/20
-
-

Technical Feedback on the demonstrated technologies

S. No.
Feed Back
1
To enhance the farmers to use recently developed certified varieties of different crops.
2
Proper use of fertilizers, Irrigation, insecticides and fungicide as per recommendation to reduce the production cost.
3
Low yield of Garlic variety G-4 to compare local variety.
4
High yield and big size of Onion variety Red-3 to compare local variety

Farmers’ reactions on specific technologies

S. No.
Feed Back
1.
White grub problem in groundnut
2.
Pink boll worm in cotton
3.
Reddening in cotton
4.
Late and poor germination was observed in cumin variety GC-4
5.
Cumin variety GC-4 is high yielding but gradually  loosing wilt resistant character
6.
Heavy infestation of thrips in crops like garlic, onion, cotton
7.
Research needed for control of insect-pests and diseases in organic farming

Extension and Training activities under FLD

Sl.No.
Activity
No. of activities organised
Date
Number of participants
Remarks
1
Field days
7
August and  February
152
-
2
Farmers Training
5
2020
121
-
3
Media coverage
2
-
-
-
4
Training for extension functionaries
-
-
-
-

C. Performance of Frontline demonstrations

Oilseed crops :

Crop
Thematic Area
technology demon-strated
Variety
No. of Farmers
Area
(ha)
Yield (q/ha)
% Increase in yield
Economics of
demonstration (Rs./ha)
Economics of 
check (Rs./ha)
Demo
Check
Gross
Cost
Gross
Return
Net Return
BCR
(R/C)
Gross
Cost
Gross
Return
Net Return
BCR
(R/C)
High
Low
Average
Groundnut
Pest Management
Varietal evaluation+ IPM
through Chlorpyriphos
GJG-22
10
4.0
 
35.00
26.00
30.5
25.50
19.60
37200
115200
78000
3.09
35900
101000
65100
2.81
Groundnut
INM
Variety+ INM+
IPM+IDM
GJG-22
10
4.0
 
32.00
25.00
28.50
23.00
23.9
39000
130000
91000
3.33
37000
115500
78500
3.12

Frontline demonstration on pulse crops :

Crop

Thematic Area

technology

demon-strated

Variety

No. of

Farmers

Area

(ha)

Eq Yield (q/ha)

% Increase in yield

Economics of demonstration (Rs./ha)

Economics of  check

(Rs./ha)

Demo

Check

Gross

Cost

Gross

Return

Net Return

BCR

(R/C)

Gross

Cost

Gross

Return

Net Return

BCR

(R/C)

High

Low

Average

Gram

Varietal evaluation

Varietal evaluation

GJG-5

10

4

35.20

28.50

31.78

26.15

21.53

31700

127120

95420

4.01

30500

104600

74100

3.43

FLD on Other crops

Category & Crop
Thematic Area
Name of the technology
No. of Farmers
Area (ha)
Yield (q/ha)
% Change in Yield
 
Other Parameters
disease percent
Economics of demonstration (Rs./ha)
Economics of check (Rs./ha)
Demo
Check
Demo
Check
Gross Cost
Gross
Return
Net
Return
BCR
(R/C)
Gross
Cost
Gross
Return
Net
Return
BCR
(R/C)
High
Low
Average
Cumin
Pest Management
GC-4
5
2.0
11.35
9.75
10.57
8.99
17.60
6
14.3
38300
116325
78025
3.04
35500
98917
63417
2.79
FLD on Livestock
 
Category
Thematic area
Name of the technology demonstrated
No. of Farmer
No.of Units (Animal/ Poultry/ Birds, etc)
Major parameters
%
change
in major
parameter
Other parameter
Economics of demonstration (Rs.)
Economics of  check
(Rs.)
Demo
Check
Demo
Check
Gross
Cost
Gross
Return
Net
Return
BCR
(R/C)
Gross
Cost
Gross
Return
Net
Return
BCR
(R/C)
Buffalo
Nutrient
Manage-
ment
Bypass Protein (22%)
20
1
1680
kg/lactation
1490 kg/lactation
12.75
-
-
59852
79533
19681
1.32
53598
68540
14942
1.28
Buffalo
Nutrient
Manage-
ment
By Pass Fat
10
1
8.1% Fate
6.6% fat
22.72
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
 
fodder
Manage-
ment
Jinjvo
10
1
83 q/ha
72 q/ha
15.28
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
 

D. Success Stories / Case studies, if any (two or three pages write-up on each case with suitable action photographs. The Success Stories / Case Studies need not be restricted to the reporting period).

1. Self-employment through sewing business :              

1.  Name and address: Miss Soniyaben Jentibhai Vanghani, Village: Aambaradi, Ta: Jasdan, Dist: Rajkot

2.  Category: Women Empowerment

3.  Background: Soniaben is from Kamlapur village in Jasdan taluka of Rajkot district. Most of the people of this village are engaged in farming and animal husbandry business. The major crops grown in the area are groundnut, cotton, wheat, millet and cumin. Agriculture in the area is mainly rainfed.

4.  Training and motivational support  : Ms. Soniaben has been associated with KVK for the last two years. Organized two months vocational training on sewing of farm women in Kamlapur during the year 2019-20

Impact in the area :   Ms. Soniaben joined the training and was inspired to do so. After completing the training, Soniaben started sewing various types of clothes. Initially they started earning 500 to 1000 rupees a month. The women who came down due to covid-19 in March 2020 did not go out to shop and started sewing clothes with Soniaben and Soniaben started earning Rs 2,000 to Rs 500 per month. From this income he bought a new sewing machine for himself and also bought a new bicycle. 

2.Derisking farming through orchard – Raidhanbhai Suvan : 

   Raidhanbhai a young age farmers of Fuljar Village of Vinchhiya block of Rajkot District. He got the land of 11.5 bigha from his father for farming. Since from getting responsibility of farming, he used to cultivate only cotton crop in his land. But due to uncertain rain and sometimes the year with low rainfall, he could not able to get return of investment. He was fed up with traditional farming practices. In year 2016, Representative from Krishi Vighyan Kendra, Rajkot organize training in the Village. He enthusiastically participated in training program where he came to know about the de-risking farming through orchard development. After returning from training, the idea of orchard development was inspiring for the orchard development. In first phase, he has developed orchard of lemon plants in 2 bigha of land in year 2017. After getting the successful survival rate and growth of plants, he was motivated for more area under orchard. And he has planted 150 sapling of guava in his 2 bigha of land. Through this initiative, he is able to earn additional income of Rs. 60000. Right now, he was sowing groundnut and pulses as inter crop. He was not stopped from here, last year in 2018, he has initiated the creeper v egetables and earned around Rs 50000 in 1 bigha of land. So he got additional income of Rs 110000 without affecting the previous income of Rs 100000 from his 11.5 bigha of land.

    Now he become the role model for other farmers in Fuljar village and outside also. Through training inputs of KVK, Rajkot and linkages with Govt. scheme and Reliance Foundation support, he has established the model of De-Risking farming.

Details of Other Projects running at KVK, Rajkot-I

I.  Agricultural Technology Information Center (ATIC)

Objectives:

i)   To provide a ‘single window’ delivery system for the product and the species available from JAU to the farmers and other interested groups as a process of innovativeness in technology dissemination. 

ii)  To facilitate direct access to the farmers to the institutional research available in term of technology, advice, technology products, etc. for reducing technology dissemination losses.

iii) To provide mechanism for feed back from the users to the institute.

Progress of the scheme

FLD conducted

Sr. No.
Crop/
Enterprise
Tech. Demons
treated
Inputs
No. of Farm-ers
Area (ha.)/
No.
Demo. Yield Qtl/ha
Yield of local
Check
Qtl./ha
Increase in yield (%)
H
L
A
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
1
Gram
(Rabi-2019-20)
Varietal evaluation (GG-5 )
50
20
33.25
27.50
31.00
25.50
21.56
18.27
2
Groundnut
(Kharif-2020)
Varietal evaluation
GJG-22
50
20
25.00
11.25
15.92
13.50
17.96
Economics of demonstration (Rs./ha)
Economics of  check (Rs./ha)
Gross
Cost
Gross
Return
Net Return
BCR
(R/C)
Gross
Cost
Gross
Return
Net Return
BCR
(R/C)
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
29000
124000
95000
4.27
28450
102000
73550
3.58
39400
84005.83
44605.83
2.13
38300
71212.5
32912.5
1.86

Details of Training and other extension activities

Nature of Extension Activity
No. of activities
Total Participants
1
2
3
On + Off campus Training
3
100
KisanGhosthi
2
58
Group meetings
2
43
Scientific visit to farmers field
3
17
Farmers visit to KVK
2
100
Extension Literature distribute
150
-

II. Cluster Frontline Demonstrations on oil seeds under NMOOP

           NMOOP was launched in April, 2014 keeping in view achievements of the erstwhile schemes namely, Integrated Scheme of Oilseeds, Oil Palm and Maize (ISOPOM), Three Born Oilseeds (TBOs) and Oil Palm Area Expansion (OPAE) programme during the 11th Plan period. The schemes had a positive impact on production and productivity of oilseeds and area expansion under Oil Palm. NMOOP comprising 3 Mini Mission (MM), one each for Oilseeds (MM-I), Oil Palm (MM-II) and Tree Borne Oilseeds-TBOs (MM-III) was launched from April, 2014.

Objectives:

1.      To increase production and productivity of oilseeds crops under different agro-ecological situations.

2.      To pilot innovations and improved efficiency within the overall objective of the scheme and its expected outcomes.

3.      To undertake mitigation/restoration activities in case of natural calamities in the oilseeds sector.

Cluster Frontline Demonstrations of Kharif  Oil seeds (Kharif 2020)

1.  Area, technology demonstrated and input details:

Sr. No.
Crop/
Enterprise
Tech. Demons
treated
Variety
No. of Farm-ers
Area (ha.)/
No.
Demo. Yield Qtl/ha
Yield of local
Check
Qtl./ha
Incr-ease in yield (%)
H
L
A
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
1
Groundnut
Variety with INM + IDM + IPM
GJG-22
50
20
18.85
15.35
17.50
14.90
17.45

Economics of demonstration (Rs./ha)

Economics of  check (Rs./ha)

Gross

Cost

Gross

Return

Net Return

BCR

(R/C)

Gross

Cost

Gross

Return

Net Return

BCR

(R/C)

39500

92313

52813

2.34

38300

78598

40298

2.05

2.  Details of training and extension activities:

Sr. No.
Extension Activities
No. of activities
Number of Participant
1
On campus training
1
23
2
Off campus training
1
22
3
Field day
1
18
4
Telephone help line
-
32
5
Scientist visit to farmer’s field
-
2

3. Financial Progress (2019-20)

Unspent balance
(Year:2019-20)
Fund Received
(Year: 2020-21)
Total
(Rs.)
Expenditure
(Year: 2019-20)
Unspent Balance (Rs.)
as on 11.03.2020
2,96,968
3,40,000
to be released
2,96,968
1,33,200
1,63,768

III.  Cluster Frontline Demonstrations on oil seeds under (NFSM)

i.  Rabi-2019-20

Detail of FLDs

Sr. No.

Crop

Tech. Demons

treated

Critical Inputs

(Variety)

No. of Farm-ers

Area (ha.)/

No.

Crop yield* (q/ha) (Average)

Increase in yield (%)

Demo

Local

 

1

Chickpea

Variety + INM + IDM + IPM

Seed of GG-5 + bio fertilizer + Trichoderma+ Behvaria

50

20

33.5

29.5

21.51

Economics of demonstration (Rs./ha)
Economics of  check (Rs./ha)
Gross
Cost
Gross
Return
Net Return
BCR
(R/C)
Gross
Cost
Gross
Return
Net Return
BCR
(R/C)
81100
143314
62214
1.77
67000
118200
51200
1.70

Trainings programs conducted

Sr.
No
On/Off Campus
No. of Training Conducted
Total No. of Participants
1
On Campus
1
22
2
Off Campus
1
34

Awareness programs / exposure visits / field days/Camps conducted

Sr. No.

Particulars

No. of Programmes

No. of participants

1

Agro advisory services

2

40

2

Literature Distributed

4

109

IV. Attracting and Retaining Youth in Agriculture (ARYA)

The ARYA project was started during the year 2015-16 at KVK Rajkot-1, Gujarat. At present KVK, Rajkot-1 is working for four talukas of Rajkot district namely (i) Jasdan (ii) Padadhari (iii) Vinchhiya (iv) Rajkot.  KVK, Rajkot-1 was identified for the objective of post-harvest technology, processing and value addition concept under ARYA project. Entrepreneurship development activities have been started with focus of processing, value addition, milk processing and nursery management.

1. Objectives of the ARYA Project:

1. To attract and empower the youth in rural areas to take up various agriculture, allied and service sector enterprises for sustainable income and gainful employment in selected districts.

2. To enable the farm youth to establish network groups to take up resources and capital intensive activities like post-harvest technology, processing &  value addition, nursery management, milk processing and marketing.

3. To demonstrate functional linkage with different institutions and stakeholders for convergence of opportunities available under various schemes/program for sustainable development of youth

2. Major Activities Commenced:

Activities like project awareness programmes, training and capacity building programmes, visits at developed enterprises and motivate youth for entrepreneurship; empowering youth in rural areas by processing, value addition and marketing of agricultural produces and functional linkage with different institutions were commenced under ARYA project.

3. Training and Skill Development Programmes:

Sr

Training

No. of Youth participated

1

Processing and value addition of pulses

15

2

Processing and value addition of agricultural commodities

22

3

Nursery management

17

4. Formation of Enthusiastic Groups of Entrepreneurial Youth:

The groups of youth having age of 18 to 35 years have been formed to establishment of various enterprises in selected villages of Rajkot district.

Group 1: (15 youths):  Enterprise of Mini Oil Mill Unit at Targhadi village of Paddhari talukas (Enterprise: Year 2017-18)

Group 2: (15 youths): Enterprise of Mini Oil Mill Plant at  Raningpar village of Jasdan talukas (Enterprise: Year 2017-18)

Group 3: (7 youths): Pulverizer Machine Unit at Gadhaka village of Rajkot talukas (Enterprise: Year 2017-18)

Group 4: (5 youths): Namkeen (Farsan) Machine at Targhadia village of Rajkot taluka(Enterprise: Year 2017-18)

Group 5: (8 youths):  Milk-Mava making unit at Amabardi village of Jasdantaluka(Enterprise: Year 2017-18)

Group 6: (10 youths): Mini Dal Mill Unitat Sal Pipaliya village of Paddharitaluka (Entrepreneurial : Year 2020)

Group 7: (10 youths): Mini Cleaning cum Grading Machine Unitat Dungarka village of Paddharitaluka(Entrepreneurial :  Year 2019-20)

Group 8: (2 youths): Nursery Unitat Gunda village of Rajkot taluka (Entrepreneurial :  Year 2019-20)

5.  Critical Inputs/Equipment/Machinery provided for various enterprise under ARYA  Project :

1. Two Mini Oil Mill Units for processing of groundnut and other  oilseeds

   (Rs.  3,61,200/-  x  2 unit= Rs. 7,22,400/-)

2. One Pulverizer machine (Masala Mill) for  processing of spices (Rs.  82,110/-)

3. One Namkeen (Farsan) making machine (Rs.  16,800/-)

4. One Milk-Mava making unit for milk processing (Rs.  63,000/-)

5.OneMini Dal Mill Unit (Rs. 1,62,000/-)

6.OneMini Cleaning cum Grading Machine Unit(Rs. 56,000/-)

7.OneNursery Unit (Rs. 24.050/-)

6.   Establishment of Various Enterprises at different Villages under ARYA Project:

Entrepreneurship development activities were started with focus of processing & value addition, Milk processing and Nursery management.

6.1  Enterprise: Mini Oil Mill Unit at Targhadi village of Paddharitaluka:

An entrepreneurial group of 15 rural youths in Taraghadi village started enterprise of Mini Oil Mill unit and producing groundnut oil through processing of groundnut. The  group earning  net profit of  Rs. 1,57,500  per month by selling groundnut oil and cake. This enterprise is run more than 8 month during the year and earning net profit of Rs. 12,60,000  per year.

Monthly outcome of the Enterprise:

Input & Operating cost 

(Rupees per month) *

Monthly Production (kg)

Income in Rs.

Net Income

Groundnut

Cost

Ele. Fuel & other expense

Gross

Cost

Oil

Cake

Oil

Cake

Gross Income

20,00,000

(500 qtl Groundnut Expelling)

64,500

20,64,500

15,700

24,500

18,05,500

(115 Rs/kg)

 

4,16,500

(17 Rs/kg)

 

22,22,000

1,57,500

* Unit working 10 hours/day and enterprise is run more than 8 month during the year

6.2  Enterprise: Mini Oil Mill Plant at Raningpar village of Jasdantaluka:

The group of 15 rural youths in Raningpar village is earning uptoRs. 1,35,000 per month in addition to income from farming through processing of groundnut by enterprise of mini oil mil plant. This enterprise is run more than 8 month during the year and earning net profit of Rs. 10,80,000  per year.

6.3  Entrepreneurship development through spices processing:

An enthusiastic  group of 7 rural youths in Gadhaka village started enterprise of Spice processing unit and earning uptoRs. 59,500 per month in addition to previous income. This enterprise is run more than 6 month during the year and earning net profit of Rs. 3,57,000  per year.

6.4  Entrepreneurship development through Namkeen (Farsan) making:

An entrepreneurial group of 5 youths at Targhadia village started Namkeen making enterprise. They making and selling Namkeen (Farsan) products and earning extra income uptoRs. 39,000 per month in addition to agricultural income.  This enterprise earning net profit of Rs. 3,90,000  per year.

6.5  Enterprise: Milk-Mava making at Ambardi village:

The active group of 8 youths at Ambardi village of Jasdantaluka started milk processing enterprise.  They are producing milk-mava by processing of raw milk. The group generated net profit of Rs. 40,500 per month as a extra income by this enterprise along with farming.  This enterprise earning net profit of Rs. 4,05,000  per year.

Monthly outcome of the Enterprise

Item

prepared

Monthly Production (kg)

Total Input Cost (Rs.)

Gross Income (Rs.)

Monthly

Net Income (Rs.)

Milk-Mava

250

48250

72500

24250

Penda (Sweet)

165

24915

41250

16335

Total

415

71792

113750

40585

7.  Budget sanctioned and utilization under ARYA, 2015-16 to 2020-21:

Year

Particular

Opening Balance (1st April)

Sanctioned Budget

Released during the Year

Total Amount for the Year

Expenditure during the Year

Closing Balance      (31st March)

2015-16

 

 

Capital

0

200000

200000

200000

0

200000

General

0

700000

700000

700000

0

700000

Total

0

900000

900000

900000

0

900000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2016-17

 

 

Capital

200000

1050000

850000

1050000

996581

53419

General

700000

950000

250000

950000

202426

747574

Total

900000

2000000

1100000

2000000

1199007

800993

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2017-18

 

 

Capital

53419

871500

0

53419

0

53419

General

747574

911628

455814

1203388

1106274

97114

Total

800993

1783128

455814

1256807

1106274

150533

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2018-19

 

 

Capital

53419

590000

590000

643419

264000

379419

General

97114

689000

689000

786114

170030

616084

Total

150533

1279000

1279000

1429533

434030

995503

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2019-20

 

 

Capital

379419

735000

735000

1114419

0

1114419

General

616084

830000

830000

1446084

261484

1184600

Total

995503

1565000

1565000

2560503

261484

2299019

2020-21

 

 

Capital

1114419

7,35,000

 

 

 

 

General

1184600

8,30,000

 

 

 

 

Total

2299019

15,65,00

 

 

 

 

V.  National Innovation on Climate Resilient Agriculture (NICRA)

1)  Technology demonstrations conducted

Module- 1: Crop Production:-

FLD conducted (Rabi-2019-20) :Cumin

Sr. No.

Interventions

Tech. Demons

treated

Critical Inputs

(Variety)

No. of Farm-ers

Area (ha.)/

No.

Crop yield* (q/ha) (Average)

Increase in yield (%)

Demo

Local

 

1

Disease resistance variety

Cumin

GC-4

20

8.0

7.45

6.32

17.8

Economics of demonstration (Rs./ha)
Economics of  check (Rs./ha)
Gross
Cost
Gross
Return
Net Return
BCR
(R/C)
Gross
Cost
Gross
Return
Net Return
BCR
(R/C)
28125
145280
117155
5.16
27640
129565
104850
4.68

FLD conducted (Rabi-2019-20) : Chickpea

Sr. No.

Interventions

Tech. Demons

treated

Critical Inputs

(Variety)

No. of Farm-ers

Area (ha.)/

No.

Crop yield* (q/ha) (Average)

Increase in yield (%)

Demo

Local

 

1

Drought tolerant/improved  varieties

Chickpea

GJG-3

20

8.0

13.93

11.85

17.55

Economics of demonstration (Rs./ha)

Economics of  check (Rs./ha)

Gross

Cost

Gross

Return

Net Return

BCR

(R/C)

Gross

Cost

Gross

Return

Net Return

BCR

(R/C)

22545

88564

66019

3.92

21455

66214

44759

3.08

Kharif Season (FLD):

Sr. No

Inputs

No. of Farmers

assisted

Area Covered(ha)

1

Variety:-GG-22,Trichoderma Viridae

Bio agent (IPM in Groundnut), NPK Culture

20

8

2

Beauveriabasiana  Bio agent

(IPM in Cotton)

20

8

FLD conducted (Kharif-2020):Groundnut

Sr. No.

Interventions

Tech. Demons

treated

Critical Inputs

No. of Farmers

Area (ha.)/

No.

Demo. Yield Qtl/ha

Yield of local

Check

Qtl./ha

Increase in yield (%)

H

L

A

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

1

Integrated diseases & Nutrient management in Groundnut

IDM & INM in Groundnut

Trichoderma sp.

(Bioagent),

NPK Culture

 

20

8.0

19.75

17.40

18.10

16.50

8.33

Economics of demonstration (Rs./ha)
Economics of  check (Rs./ha)
Gross
Cost
Gross
Return
Net Return
BCR
(R/C)
Gross
Cost
Gross
Return
Net Return
BCR
(R/C)
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
33850
83253
49403
2.45
35550
78825
43275
2.21

FLD conducted (Kharif-2020): Cotton

Sr. No.

Interventions

Tech. Demons

treated

Inputs

No. of Farmers

Area (ha.)/

No.

Demo. Yield Qtl/ha

Yield of local

Check

Qtl./ha

Increase in yield (%)

H

L

A

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

1

Integrated Pest management through use of bio agent in Cotton

IPM in Cotton

 

 

 

Beauveriabassiana(Bioagent)

20

8

30.50

27.42

28.27

25.85

4.25

Economics of demonstration (Rs./ha)
Economics of  check (Rs./ha)
Gross
Cost
Gross
Return
Net Return
BCR
(R/C)
Gross
Cost
Gross
Return
Net Return
BCR
(R/C)
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
63526
149230
85706
2.34
65008
139360
74352
2.14

Module. 2: Livestock Management

Sr. No

Inputs

No. of Farmers

assisted

Area/Animals Covered(ha)

1

Jinjvo (Animal green feed)

5

1

2

Bypass Protein (Concentrated feed)

20

20 Animal

3

Mineral Mixture

20

20 Animal

4

Bypass Fat

10

10 Animal

 

 

 

 

2) Trainings programs conducted:

Sl. No.

Thematic area

Title of training

No. of

Courses

No. of beneficiaries

Date

Male

Female

from

to

1

Natural resource management

 Different techniques of water conservation

1

15

0

25-06-20

25-06-20

2

Nutrient management

INM in Cotton Crop

1

18

0

03-09-20

03-09-20

3

Insect Pest and disease management

Integrated Pest management in different Groundnut crops

1

17

0

17-07-20

17-07-20

4

Pest and Disease Management in Rabi crops

1

20

0

10-11-20

10-11-20

5

Livestock

management

Care and management of livestock during monsoon

1

15

0

20-08-20

20-08-20

6

Foot and Mouth disease & its control

1

21

0

29-10-20

29-10-20

7

Care and management of livestock during Rabi

1

0

17

24-12-20

24-12-20

Total

 

7

106

17

   

3) Awareness programs / exposure visits / field days/Camps conducted

S. No.

Particulars

No. of Programmes

No. of participants

1

Field Day

(Cotton, Groundnut and Jinjvo)

2

23

2

Method Demonstration

1

12

3

Agro advisory services

1

16

4

Group Discussion

1

18

VI.  Creation of Seed Hubs for Increasing Indigenous Production of Pulses in India (Seed hub)

Overview of Seed Production :

Sr.
No.
Year
Season
Total Production (kg)
Selling as certified seed (kg)
Amount Paid to farmers (Rs.)
Total Income (Rs.)
Difference
(Loss/
Profit)
1
2016-17
Kharif
Pigeonpea (Vaishali)
30,127
64
18,10,200
11,26,095
6,84,105
(Loss)
2
2017-18
Kharif Pigeonpea
(GJP-1)
5397
0
3,23,820
2,25,730
98,090
(Loss)
Rabi Chickpea
(GJG-3)
7200
6950
3,52,800
5,28,200
1,75,400
(Profit)
3
2018-19
NIL
NIL
NIL
NIL
NIL
NIL
4
2019-20
Rabi Chickpea
(GJG-3)
(18 Acre)
10,800
10,475
5,34,225
9,72,918
4,38,693
(Profit)
5
2020-21
Rabi Chickpea
(GG-5)
Crop is on Field

Trainings programs conducted

Sr. No

On/Off Campus

No. of Training Conducted

Total No. of Participants

1

On Campus

1

22

2

Off Campus

1

30

Awareness programs / exposure visits / field days/Camps conducted

S. N.

Particulars

No. of Programmes

No. of participants

1

Agro advisory services

1

30

2

Literature Distributed

3

67

VII. MeraGaonMeraGaurav (MGMG)

Background information / Introduction

   On the basis of agro climatic conditions, soil types, and cropping pattern; Gujarat has been divided into eight agro climatic zones. Rajkot district falls under North Saurashtra Agro climatic Zone. The total geographical area of North Saurashtra Agro Climatic Zone is 35.2 Lack ha. Out of total area, 73.40 per cent area falls under arid and semi-arid region. The soils of this zone are shallow to moderately deep. The soils of Rajkot district is medium in their availability of nitrogen while low in phosphorus and high in available potash except the available phosphorus and potash is in medium category in adopted villages. Monsoon commences usually by the middle of June and withdraws by middle of September. Average annual rainfall of districts is 1214.6 mm. Monsoon in this area commences in the end of June and retreats by the middle of September. Most of the precipitation is received from South – West monsoon, concentrating in the month of July and August. The maximum rainfall and number of rainy days are observed in July. The winter season sets by the end of October. This district is situated near seashore hence; there are no drastic fluctuations in the temperature. The average maximum and minimum temperatures are 42.0° C and 16.9 °C respectively. Overall climate of this station is humid and convenient for coastal crops

   The main crops of the region are groundnut, cotton, wheat, cumin, onion, garlic, castor, green gram, black gram, pearl millet, etc.

    Seasonal vegetables are also grown in limited area. Lift irrigation through tube well & dug well are the main sources of irrigation.

Sr. No.

Name of Institute

Total No. of Group

No. of Scientist Involved

No. of Village covered

1

KVK, JAU, Targhadia

2

6

10

Activities organized by KVK-Targhadia, Rajkot-I under MGMG

S. No.

Name of activity

No. of activities conducted

No. of benefitted

1

Visit to village by teams

2

98

2

Interface meeting/ Goshthies

2

32

3

Training organized

3

98

4

Mobile based advisories

2

25

5

Literature Support Provided

3

60

VIII.  ParamparagatKrishiVikasYojana (PKVY)

   “PramparagatKrishiVikasYojana (PKVY)” a sub-component of Soil Health Management (SHM) scheme under National Mission of Sustainable Agriculture (NMSA) aims at development of sustainable models of organic farming through a mix of traditional wisdom and modern science to ensure long term soil fertility buildup, resource conservation and helps in climate change adaptation and mitigation. It Primarily aims to increase soil fertility and thereby helps in production of healthy food through organic practices without the use of agro-chemicals. PKVY also aims at empowering farmers through institutional development through clusters approach not only in farm practices management, input production, quality assurance but also in value addition and direct marketing through innovative means. Partipatory Guarantee System under PGS-India programme will be the key approach for quality assurance under the PKVY. The farmers will have option to adopt any form of organic farming in compliance of PGS-India standards. While adopting a system it must be ensured that the system adopted is compatible to the area and crop and assures optimum yield and provides adequate measures to manage nutrients, pests and diseases. Farmers will have the flexibility to use appropriate package of practices best suited to their situations.

Objectives of the Scheme :

1. To promote natural resource based integrated and climate resilient sustainable farming systems that ensure maintainance and increase of soil fertility, natural resource conservation, on-farm nutrient recycling and minimize dependence of farmers on external inputs.

2. To sustainably produce chemical free and nutritious food for human consumption.

3. To protect environment from hazardous inorganic chemicals by adoption of ecofriendly low cost traditional techniques and farmer friendly technologies.

4. To empower farmers through their own institutional development in the form of clusters and groups with capacity to manage production, processing, value addition and certification management.

5. To make farmers enterpreneurs through direct market linkages with local and national markets.

Details of FLDs :

1. Frontline Demonstrations of Rabi Wheat (2020) :

Crop

Area (ha)

No. of FLDs

Technology demonstrated

Details of Inputs

Name of input

Quantity

Wheat

(GW-451)

8

20

Wheat

Var. GW-451 with INM (Azotobactor Culture), IDM (Trichoderma), IPM (Beauveriabassiana )

Wheat

 Seed

40 kg

Trichoderma

1kg

Azotobactor Culture

500 ml

Beauveriabassiana

1kg

Check Variety of Chickpea: Local Wheat

Sr. No.

Crop

Tech. Demons

treated

Critical Inputs

(Variety)

No. of Farmers

Area (ha.)/

No.

Crop Yield (q/ha) (Average)

Increase in yield (%)

Demo

Local

 

1

Wheat

(GW-451)

Varietal + INM + IDM + IPM

Wheat

Seed, Trichoderma, Azotobactor, Beauveria

20

8

-

-

-

Economics of demonstration (Rs./ha)

Economics of  check (Rs./ha)

Gross

Cost

Gross

Return

Net Return

BCR

 

Gross

Cost

Gross

Return

Net Return

BCR

 

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

2. Frontline Demonstrations of Chickpea (2020) :

Crop

Area (ha)

No. of FLDs

Technology demonstrated

Details of Inputs

Name of input

Quantity

Chickpea

(GJG-6)

8

20

Chickpea

Var. GJG-6 with INM (PSB & Rhizobium Culture),  IDM (Trichoderma), IPM (Beauveriabassiana )

Chickpea Seed

25 kg

Trichoderma

1kg

PSB Culture

500 ml

Rhizobium Culture

500 ml

Check Variety of Chickpea: Dahod Yellow

 

Sr. No.

Crop

Tech. Demons

treated

Variety

No. of Farmers

Area (ha.)

Crop Yield (q/ha) (Average)

Increase in yield (%)

Demo

Local

 

1

Chickpea

 

Varietal + INM + IDM + IPM

GJG-6

20

8

-

-

-

Economics of demonstration (Rs./ha)

Economics of  check (Rs./ha)

Gross

Cost

Gross

Return

Net Return

BCR

 

Gross

Cost

Gross

Return

Net Return

BCR

 

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

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