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KRISHI VIGYAN KENDRA

JUNAGADH AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY, JAMNAGAR  

 
KVK Jamnagar
Year of Establishment :
                                      ZARS (KVK) 2001, Letter No. F.No. 18(4)/99-NATP Dated October 31st, 2001
                                      ICAR (KVK) 2004, Letter No. F.No. 8(1)/2002-AE-II(Pt.) Dated February 5th, 2004
KVK : Mandate and Activities
The mandate of KVK is Technology Assessment and Demonstration for its Application and Capacity Development.
1.  On-farm testing to assess the location specificity of agricultural technologies under various farming systems.
2.  Frontline demonstrations to establish production potential of technologies on the farmers’ fields.
3.  Capacity development of farmers and extension personnel to update their knowledge and skills on modern agricultural technologies.
4.  To work as Knowledge and Resource Centre of agricultural technologies for supporting initiatives of public, private and voluntary sector in improving the agricultural economy of the district.
5.  Provide farm advisories using ICT and other media means on varied subjects of interest to farmers
    In addition, KVKs produce quality technological products (seed, planting material, bio-agents, livestock) and make it available to farmers, organize frontline extension activities, identify and document selected farm innovations and converge with ongoing schemes and programs within the mandate of KVK
1.General information about the Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Jamnagar:
Name of the Head
Post
Office address
Mobile
Email
Dr. K. P. Baraiya
 
Senior Scientist & Head
 
Krishi Vigyan Kendra
Junagadh Agricultural University,
Air force Road, Opp. Digjam Mill
Jamnagar- 361 006
(O) 0288:2710165 
 
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Faculty Information
Sl.
No.
Name
Designation
Discipline
Mobile No.
Email.ID
1
Dr. K.P. Baraiya
Senior Scientist & Head
Plant Protection
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2
Vacant
Scientist
Crop Production
-
-
3
Smt. A. K. Baraiya
Scientist
Home Science
-
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4
Vacant
Scientist
Plant Protection
-
-
5
Vacant
Scientist
Horti./ Ag. Engg
-
-
6
Vacant
Scientist
Ext. Edu.
-
-
7
Vacant
Scientist
Fisheries
-
-
8
Dakshaben R. Patel
Farm Manager
Agronomy
-
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9
Shri N. D. Ambaliya
Programme
Assistant
Agril.
-
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10
Shri C. P. Padhiyar
ComputerProgrammer
Computer Operator
-
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11
Vacant
Assistant
Adm.
-
-
12
Shri. V. A. Jadav
Stenographer
Adm.
-
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13
Vacant
Driver
-
-
 
14
Shri. D.M. Chauhan
Driver
-
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15
Shri B. V. Bamaniya
Supporting staff
-
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16
Shri. B. J. Mokariya
Supporting staff
-
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Total land with KVK (in ha) : 20.84 ha
Sl. No.
Item
Areain hectare(s)*
1
 Under Building and Road
2.00
2
 Under Demonstration units
0.70
3
 Under crops
12.40
4
 Orchard
3.50
5
Agro-forestry
0.24
6
 Others (Farm Pond & Channels)
2.00
 
Total
20.84
Infrastructure : (Facilities at KVK Main building, Training hall, Hostel, Farm etc)
Sl. No.
Name of building
Completion Date
1.
Administrative Building
15-8-11
2.
Farmers Hostel
15-8-11
3.
Staff Quarters(6)
15-8-11
4.
Training Hall
20-2-10
5
Process Plant
20-2-10
6
Implement shed
11-2-10
7
Rain Water harvesting system
31-3-2007
8
Modern nursery unit
March, 2013
2. District Profile
Basic information of operational district, Jamnagar:      
Sr. No.
Details
JAMNAGAR
DEVBHUMI DWARKA
1
Totalgeographical area
6.075 lakh ha.
4.07509 lakh ha.
2
Total cultivable area
4.32 lakh ha.
2.52 lakh ha.
3
Net cultivated area
3.53 lakh ha.
2.38 lakh ha
4
Total area underforest
0.43 lakh ha.
0.1736 lakh ha
5
Total irrigated area
0.939 lakh ha.
0.23092 lakh ha.
6
Numberof holdings
1.44 lakh
1.17 lakh
7
Average annualrainfall
550 mm.
550 mm.
8
Soil type
Mediumblack
Mediumblack
9
Total numberof villages
419 (8 city)
280 (8 city)
10
Total population
13.89 lakh  (2011)
7.48 lakh  (2011)
(a) Male
7.18lakh
3.84 lakh
(b) Female
6.71 lakh
3.64lakh
11
Literacy percentage
Rural
Urban
Rural
Urban
a. Male
86.95
79.55
76.14
80.74
 
b. Female
76.22
62.18
55.41
61.36
12
Numberof Talukas
6 (Six),
4 (Four)
Jamnagar
Jamkhambhalia
Dhrol
Jamkalyanpur
Jodiya
Okha Mandal (Dwarka)
Kalavad
Bhanvad
Lalpur
 
 
 
Jamjodhpur
 
Major farmingsystems/enterprises (based on the analysis made by the KVK)
S. No
Farmingsystem/enterprise
1
Crops
Cereals
:
Pearl millet, Sorghum, Wheat, Maize
Pulses
:
Greengram, Blackgram, Chickpea, pigeonpea
Oilseeds
:
Groundnut, Sesamum, Castor, Mustard,
Cashcrops
:
Cotton,
Spices and condiments
:
Cumin, Fennel, Coriander, ajwan, Ishabgul
Vegetables
:
Onion, garlic, potato, chilli, binjal, tomato, cauliflower,  Cowpea, cabbage, okra, peach, cucurbits etc
Horticulture
:
Chiku, pomegranate, lemon (Citrus), Jamun, Aonla, guava, custard apple, papaya, coconut, ber, Almond, Banana
Floriculture
:
Rose, merry gold, vevanti, etc
Other Crops
:
Chikori, Fenugreek
2
Live stock
Bullocks and cows
 
 
Buffaloes
 
209616
Sheep
 
232530
Goats
 
173022
Horse and camel
 
410/2260
Poultry
 
38041
Others animals
 
-
3.
Fishery
340 kmcoastal belt
 
4832 tonnes fish production
Details of Operational area/ Villages (2021-22 to 2023-24)
Sl No
Taluka
Name of the village
Major crops & enterprises
Major problem identified
Identified thrust area
1
Dhrol
Katada, Jayva, Mansar (Jaliya), Kharva, Khengarka
Cotton, groundnut, sesame, castor, green gram, wheat, Gram, cumin, mustard,
 Vegetable,
Soyabean, flowers, live-stock, fisheries
Heavy infestation of sucking pest in cotton, stem rot disease & whitegrub in Groundnut, Root rot in castor, Less area under horticulture crops, Blight in cumin, salinity, pink bollworm in cotton
  • ICM in major crops of the district
  • Organic crop production
  • Introduction of new crop
  • Recycling of farm waste
  • Popularization of MIS
  • Motivation of fisheries cultivation
  • Soil Reclamation
  • Farm women empowerment
  • Farm mechanization
2
Jam Jodhpur
Sonvadiya, Satapar, Bhupat Ambardi, Dal Devaliya Luvarsar
3
Jam Khambhalia
Keshod, Shedha Bhadthar, Samor, Jakasiya, Juvangadh
January 2022 to December 2022
3. Details of Various Extension Activities
  • On Farm Trial (OFT)  (Rabi & Summer 2021-22, Kharif 2022-23)
Crop/Subject
Numberof OFTs
Numberof Farmers
 
Targets
Achievement
Targets
Achievement
Sesame (Varietal)
1
1
3
3
Groundnut (varietal)
1
1
3
3
Cumin (IPM)
1
1
3
3
Brinjal (IPM)
1
1
3
3
Home Science
1
1
5
5
Total
5
5
17
17
Detail Informationabout OFT to be conducted
Title : Assessment of PICS bag for Groundnut storage
Problem Definition :-
  • * Residual effect of insecticides used for stored godown
  • * Insecticidal effect on germination
  • * High moisture retention during summer days
  • * Heavy attack of storage pests
  • * High cost of storage
  • * Heavy loss of food grains and seeds
  • * Lack of regular inspection in stored products.
Details of technologies for assessment/ refinement
Category
Sourceof technology
Technology details
Technologyoption1
Farmer
T1
Farmerpractices 1
Open heaps in storage godown
Technology option 2
Farmer
T2
Farmers practices 2
Local practices for storage in plastic bag /closely woven bag
Technology option 3
JAU, ICRISAT, Hyderabad
T3
Reco. practices
Storage in Triple layer hermetic “Purdue Improved Crop Storage” (PICS) bags
 Results of On Farm Trials:          
Crop/ enterprise
Farming situation
Problem Diagnosed
Titleof OFT
No.of trials
TechnologyAssessed
Parameters of assessment
Dataon the parameter
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Groundnut (PICS bag)
Storage of seeds
Heavy attack of storage pest
Assessment of PICS bag for Groundnut storage
5
Storage in Triple layer hermetic “Purdue Improved Crop Storage” (PICS) bags
1. Weight loss
2. Insect damage (%)
 
1. 1.4 % weight loss and
2. 2.76 % insect damage 
 
Crop/ enterprise
Results of assessment
Feedback from the farmer
Any refinement done
Justification for refinement
1
9
10
11
12
Groundnut (PICS bag)
Use of Perdue Improved Crop Storage (PICS) technology, triple layer bag consists of two high density inner polyethylene plastic bags (inner liners) and a third outer sack (a woven polypropylene bag) for storage of groundnut pod up to six months were highest protection against insect damage (2.76%) and lowest weight loss (1.4%) and reduce input cost as well as hazardous effect.
Farmers have good response and they have support for OFT. PICSbags have very less insect damage as well as weight loss.  This treatment is chemical less and hazardless.
-
-
 
 
Crop/ enterprise
TechnologyAssessed / Refined
Healthy pod obtained out of 100 kg storage
Gross return Rs./100 kg
Storage cost  Rs./100 kg
Loss of due to spoilage Rs./100 kg
Net Return (Profit) in Rs. / 100 kg
BC Ratio [Clo.18/(Col.16+17)]
1
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Groundnut (PICS bag)
T1
Open heaps in storage godown
83.2
4992
20
1008
3964
3.86
T2
Local practices for storage in plastic bag /closely woven bag
94.6
5676
100
324
5252
12.39
T3
Storage in Triple layer hermetic “Purdue Improved Crop Storage” (PICS) bags
98.6
5916
170
84
5662
22.29
OFT – 2:- Cumin (Plant Protection) [Rabi-2021-22]
Title : Management of aphid in cumin
Objective:  To minimize the aphid incidence in cumin. To reduce injudicious use of chemical pesticide. To minimize residual effect of chemical. 
Problem definition:
1. Heavy infestation of aphid was found
2. Lack of seed treatment and improper cultivation practices
3. Lack of knowledge about pest outbreaks and its management
4. Injudicious use of nitrogenous fertilizer
5. Extra irrigation rather than recommendation during cloudy weather.
6. Overlapping of the crops seasons
Details of technologies for assessment/refinement:
Category
Sourceof technology
Technology details
Technology option 1
Farmer
T1
Farmer practices
Injudicious use of insecticides. [use of deltamethrin, flubendiamide, imidacloprid, acetameprid, Thiamethoxam, cypermethrin, lamdacyhalothrin, carbosulfan, dimethoate after infestation of aphid repeatedly at weekly interval without follow ETL]
Technology option 2
State Agricultural University
T2
Reco. practices
First spray of Afidopyropen 50 G/L DC [(Inscalis) Sefina] 0.04% was made at initiation of pest and second spray was given after 15 days.
Technology option 3
 
T3
Refined practices 1
First spray of Spray of Bearuveria bassiana @ 5 g/lit of water was made at initiation of pestand subsequent spray at 15 days interval.
Results of On Farm Trials :          
Crop/ enter-prise
Farm-ing situ-ation
Problem Diag-nosed
Titleof OFT
No.of trials*
Technology  Assessed
Parameters of assessment
Dataon the parameter Q/ha
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Cumin
Irri-gated
IPM
Management of aphid in cumin
3
IPM Practices
No of aphid/3 twig and yield (q/ha)
T1
36.00
T2
20.00
T3
23.00
 
Crop/ ente rprise
 
Results of assessment
Feedback from the farmer
Any refinement done
Justification for refinement
1
9
10
11
12
Cumin
Application of Afidopyropen 50 G/L DC [(Inscalis) Sefina] 0.04% was made at initiation of pest and second spray was given after 15 days have been minimum aphid population and also obtained highest yield.  The farmers who doing organic farming they are also advise to application Spray of Bearuveria bassiana @ 5 g/lit of water was made at initiation of pest and subsequent spray at 15 days interval havingminimize the pest (aphid) and good yield with decrease in input cost without hazardous effect.
Farmers have good response and they have support for OFT. Recommended practices having found incidence of aphid where it is repeated use.  However, refined treatment is very effective treatment for the management of aphid for organic grower and hazardless effect along with maximum yield.
Application of Bearuveria bassiana @ 5 g/lit of water was made at initiation of pest and subsequent spray at 15 days interval.
It is necessary against outbreak of pest and heavy infestation.  Also resistance developed against conventional insecticide.
 
Crop/ enterprise
 
Technology  Assessed / Refined
Production kg/ha
Input
Cost Rs./ha
Gross return Rs./ha
(Rate 80.00/kg
Net Return(Profit) in Rs. / ha
BC Ratio
1
13
14
15
16
17
18
Cumin
T1
Injudicious use of insecticides. [use of deltamethrin, flubendiamide, imidacloprid, acetameprid, Thiamethoxam, cypermethrin, lamdacyhalothrin, carbosulfan, dimethoate after infestation of aphid repeatedly at weekly interval without follow ETL]
746
32000
96980
64980
3.03
T2
First spray of Afidopyropen 50 G/L DC [(Inscalis) Sefina] 0.04%  was made at initiation of pest and second spray was given after 15 days.        
913
30000
118690
88690
3.96
T3
First spray of Spray of Bearuveria bassiana @ 5 g/lit of water was made at initiation of pestand subsequent spray at 15 days interval.
854
28500
111020
82520
3.90
OFT 3 :-Sesame (Summer 2021-22)
Title:-Assessment of the performance of high yielding Sesame varieties in summer irrigated condition for Jamnagar District
Problem definition:
Sesame is cultivated predominantly during summer season in Jamnagar district. The productivity of Sesame, in Jamnagar is low due to low yield in existing variety, Heavy incidence of pest and disease attack. Hence, an OFT was carried out with the objectives to find out suitable high yielding sesame variety for summer season for Jamnagar district to enhance the sesame productivity.
Details of technologies selected for assessment/ refinement
Category
Sourceof technology
Technology detail
Technology option1
Farmer
T1
G. Til. 2 (Farmer’s practice)
Technology option2
JAU
T2
G. Til. 3
Technology option2
JAU
T3
G. Til. 5
Performance of the Technology assessed with performance indicators:
Sr. No
Name of the farmer
Name of the Village
Data on the performance indicators of the technology assessed (from each plot]
Plant Height (cm)
Capsule per plant
T1
T2
T3
T1
T2
T3
1
Chandreshbhai Vallabhbhai Nariya
Samana
Crop Failure Due to Poor Germination.
2
Ranchhodbhai Savabhai Gadhethriya
Sadodar
3
Vallabhbhai Palabhai Rathod
Sadodar
 
Average
 
OFT :- 4.   GROUNDNUT (Kharif 2022-23)
Title:- Assessment of suitable high yielding groundnut variety in kharif season for Jamnagar
Problem definition:
Groundnut is cultivated predominantly in Jamnagar district. The productivity of groundnut, in Jamnagar is low due to low yield in existing variety, Irregular rainfall, Heavy incidence of pest and disease attack. Hence, an OFT was carried out with the objectives to find out suitable high yielding groundnut variety for kharif season for Jamnagar district to enhance the groundnut productivity.
Details of technologies selected for assessment/ refinement
Category
Sourceof technology
Technology detail
Technology option1
Farmer
T1
GG-20 (Farmer’s practice)
Technology option2
JAU
T2
GJG-22
Technology option3
JAU
T3
GJG-32
Results of On Farm Trials:
Crop/ enterprise
Farming situation
Problem Diagnosed
Titleof OFT
No.of trials*
Technology  Assessed
Parameters of assessment
Dataon the parameter Q/ha
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Groundnut
Irrigated
Low yield in existing variety
Assessment of suitable high yielding groundnut variety in kharif season for Jamnagar
3
suitable high yielding groundnut variety for kharif season
Haulm yield (q/ha), Pod yield (q/ha),
 
Haulm yield (q/ha)
Pod yield (q/ha)
T1
34.00
17.50
T2
39.67
20.00
T3
45.90
27.08
 
Crop/ enterprise
Results of assessment
Feedback from the farmer
Any refinement done
Justification for refinement
1
9
10
11
12
Groundnut
Sowing of groundnut GJG-32 produced higher pod yield (27.08 q/ha), haulm yield (45.90 q/ha), net return (Rs. 125230/ha) and BCR (3.08) than groundnut GJG-22.
Farmers have good response and they have support for OFT. GJG-32 produced higher yield .
-
-
 
 
Crop/ enterprise
Technology  Assessed / Refined
Production kg/ha
Gross return Rs./ha
Cost of cultivation Rs./ha
Net Return(Profit) in Rs. / ha
BC Ratio
Haulm yield (Kg/ha)
Pod Yield (Kg/ha)
1
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Groundnut
T1
GG-20
3400
1750
122000
74049
47951
2.89
 
T2
GJG-22
3967
2000
139835
69050
70785
3.30
 
T3
GJG-32
4590
2708
185430
60200
125230
4.57
Selling Rate:Groundnut pod: 60 Rs per kg, Groundnut haulm: 5.0 Rs per kg
3.2 Frontline demonstrations (FLDs)                                                                          
Details of FLDs implemented during Rabi & Summer 2021-22, Kharif 2022-23
Sr.
No.
Crop
Thematic area
Technology Demonstrated
Season and year
Area (ha)
No. of farmers/
demonstration
Proposed
Actual
SC/ST
Others
Total
 
 
 
Oilseeds
 
 
 
 
 
 
1
Sesame
ICM
Improved Var.(G. Til-5), Beauveria bassiana, Trichoderma, PSB, Azotobactor
Summer-2021-22
10
10
0
25
25
2
Groundnut (NFSM)
ICM
Improved var. Seed
(GJG-22), Metarhizium anisopliae, Trichoderma, PSB, Rhizobium
Kharif 2022-23
20
20
0
50
50
3
Castor
(ATIC)
Varietal
Variety GCH-9
Kharif-2022-23
8
8
0
20
20
 
 
 
Pulses
 
 
 
 
 
 
4
Chickpea
ICM
Varietal (GJG-5), Trichoderma, PSB, Rhizobium, Beauveria bassiana
Rabi-2022-23
20
20
0
50
50
 
 
 
Cereals
 
 
 
 
 
 
5
Pearl millet
Varietal
Varietal (GHB-1231)
Summer-2021-22
4
4
2
8
10
6
Sorghum
Varietal
Varietal (GNJ-1)
Kharif-2022-23
0
10
2
23
25
7
Wheat
Varietal
Varietal GW-451
Rabi-2022-23
4
4
0
10
10
 
 
 
Spices Crops
 
 
 
 
 
 
8
Ajwain
IPM/IDM
Beauveria, Trichoderma, Azotobactor, PSB
Kharif-2022-23
04
04
0
10
10
9
Cumin
IPM/IDM/INM
Beauveria, Trichoderma, Azotobactor, PSB
Rabi-2022-23
08
08
0
20
20
10
Coriander
IPM/IDM/INM
Beauveria, Trichoderma, Azotobactor, PSB
Rabi-2022-23
08
08
0
20
20
 
 
 
Others crops
 
 
 
 
 
 
11
Cotton
IPM
Azadirachtin, Profenophos., MDP,HNPV, Beauveria bassiana
Kharif 2022-23
10
10
0
25
25
12
Kitchen Gardening
Nutritional Security
Vegetable seed, Beauveria
Kharif 2022-23
2
2
0
50
50
13
Cotton
Drudgery reduction
Cotton picking Apron
Kharif-2022-23
2
2
0
5
5
14
Solar Cooker
Solar energy
Solar cooker
2022-23
-
-
0
5
5
FLD conducted during 2021-22 but result was awaited so this result was present here
Sr.
No.
Crop
Thematic area
Technology Demonstrated
Season and year
Area (ha)
No. of farmers/
demonstration
Prop-osed
Actual
SC/ST
Others
Total
 
 
 
Oilseeds
 
 
 
 
 
 
1
Castor
(ATIC)
Varietal
Variety  GCH-9
Kharif-2021-22
8
8
0
20
20
 
 
 
Pulses
 
 
 
 
 
 
2
Chickpea
ICM
Varietal (GJG-5), Trichoderma, PSB, Rhizobium, Beauveria bassiana
Rabi-2021-22
20
20
0
50
50
 
 
 
Cereals
 
 
 
 
 
 
3
Wheat
Varietal
Varietal GW-451
Rabi-2021-22
4
4
0
10
10
 
 
 
Spices Crops
 
 
 
 
 
 
4
Cumin
IPM/IDM/INM
Beauveria, Trichoderma, Azotobactor, PSB
Rabi-2021-22
08
08
0
20
20
5
Coriander
IPM/IDM/INM
Beauveria, Trichoderma, Azotobactor, PSB
Rabi-2021-22
08
08
0
20
20
 
 
 
Others crops
 
 
 
 
 
 
6
Cotton
ICM
Beauveria, SNPV, MDP, Azadirachtin
Kharif-2021-22
10
10
0
25
25
7
Chicory
IPM
Beauveria, Azotobactor, PSB
Kharif-2021-22
2
2
0
5
5
8
Animal(Cow)
Dairy Management
Bypass Fat
2021-22
0
0
0
3
3
3.2.2 Performance of Frontline demonstrations in detail
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
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
 
Oilseeds
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Kharif 2021-22
Castor (ATIC)
Varietal
GCH-9
20
8
43.75
30.0
35.19
31.19
12.83
-
-
63815
193531
129716
3.03
66115
171531
105416
2.59
 
Cereals
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Summer 2021-22
Pearl millet
Varietal
GHB-1231
10
4
47.5
35.0
42.50
36.94
15.43
-
-
74375
43370
2.40
31965
60023
28058
1.88
74375
Kharif-2022-23
Sorghum
Varietal
GNJ-1
25
10
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Rabi 2021-22
Wheat
Varietal
Variety –GW 463
10
4
60
47.50
54.0
48.88
10.43
 
 
38660
121500
82840
3.14
39180
85531
46351
2.18
 
Spices & condiments
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Kharif 2022-23
Ajwain
ICM
Beauveria, Trichoderma, Azotobactor, PSB
10
04
8.75
5.0
7.0
6.13
14.29
-
-
37610
66500
28890
1.77
40090
58188
83125
1.45
Rabi-2021-22
Cumin (ATIC)*
ICM
Beauveria, Trichoderma, Azotobactor, PSB,
20
8
10.63
7.5
8.75
7.90
10.76
-
-
51650
144375
92725
2.80
53550
130350
76800
2.43
Rabi-2021-22
Coriander  (ATIC)*
ICM
Beauveria, Trichoderma, Azotobactor, PSB,
20
8
18.88
10.63
14.55
13.56
7.28
-
-
34515
112763
78248
3.27
38215
105109
66894
2.75
 
Other Crops
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Kharif 2021-22
Cotton
ICM
Beauveria, SNPV, MDP, Azadirachtin
25
10
25
10
16.2
13.9
17.1
-
-
53340
145800
92460
2.74
55160
125100
69940
2.27
Kharif-2021-22
Chicory
IPM
Beauveria, Azotobactor, PSB
5
2
147.5
122.5
136.5
127.75
7.01
 
 
92050
273000
180950
2.97
109300
255500
146200
2.34
FLD on Livestock
Category and Crop
Thematic area
Name of the technology demonstrated
No. of Farmer
No. of Units
Yield (Lit/5 months)
%  change in yield
Fat( %)
Economics of demonstration
(Rs./unit)
Economics of  check
(Rs./unit)
Demons
ration
Check
Demo
Check
Gross
Cost
Gross
Return
Net Return
BCR
(R/C)
Gross
Cost
Gross
Return
Net Return
BCR
(R/C)
Cattle
Feed Management
Bypass Fat
3
3
1081
995
8.64
4.8
4.2
27500
40213
12713
1.46
24800
32387
7587
1.31
FLD on Women Empowerment
Category
Name of technology
No. of demonstrations
Name  of observations
Demonstration
Check
Solar cooker
Solar cooker
5
Fuel consumption (per year)
Solar energy + 60 kg LPG
84 kg LPG
Time saving
50 to 56%
0
Drudgery reduction
Cotton picking apron
5
Seed cotton picked (kg/hr)
3.76
3.44
Cotton picking efficiency (%)
9.30%
-
FLD on Other Enterprise: Kitchen Gardening
Category and Crop
Thematic area
Name of the technology demonstrated
No. of Farmer
No. of Units
Yield (Kg)/unit
%  change in yield
Other parameters
Economics of demonstration
(Rs./unit)
Economics of  check
(Rs./unit)
Demons
ration
Check
Demo
Check
Gross
Cost
Gross
Return
Net Return
BCR
(R/C)
Gross
Cost
Gross
Return
Net Return
BCR
(R/C)
Kitchen gardening
Nutritional security
Vegetable seed
50
50
524.40
427.20
22.75
-
-
4851
10488
5637
2.16
4391
8544
4153
1.95
Note : Remove the Enterprises/crops which have not been shown
D. PERFORMANCE OF CLUSTER FRONTLINE DEMONSTRATIONS (CFLD)
Front line demonstrations on oilseed crops
Crop
Thematic Area
technology demonstrated
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
Sesame  (NFSM)
(Sum-2021-22)
ICM
Improved Var.(G. Til-5), Beauveria bassiana, Trichoderma, PSB, Azotobactor
G.Til.-5
25
10
11.50
5.30
8.40
7.15
17.60
26390
58205
31815
2.21
27250
50022
22772
1.84
Groundnut
(NFSM)
(Kh-2022-23)
ICM
Improved Var.(GJG.-22), Metarhizium, Trichoderma, PSB, Rhizobium
GJG-22
50
20
22.10
13.80
16.85
15.52
8.54
44562
91640
47079
2.06
46205
85360
39155
1.85
Front line demonstrations on Pulses crops
Crop
Thematic Area
technology demonstrated
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
Chickpea*
(NFSM)
(Rabi-2021-22)
IPM, Varietal
Seed GG-5, Beauveria, Trichoderma, Azotobactor, PSB
GG-5
50
20
30
25
27.31
23.33
17.09
49925
142854
92929
2.87
51091
121999
70908
2.39
3.3  Training Programmes
On  Campus
 
No. of courses
No. of participant
(A) Farmers & Farm Women
Others
SC/ST
Grand Total
 
Target
Achieved
Male
Female
Total
Male
Female
Total
I Crop Production
2
2
104
3
107
11
2
13
120
II Horticulture
1
2
88
11
99
2
0
2
101
III Soil Health and Fertility Management
1
2
125
0
125
3
0
3
128
IV Livestock Production and Management
1
1
0
41
41
0
3
3
44
V Home Science/Women empowerment
2
2
0
79
79
0
13
13
92
VI Agril. Engineering
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
VII Plant Protection
5
6
174
66
240
5
2
7
247
VIII Fisheries
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
IX Production of Inputs at site
1
3
67
0
67
0
0
0
67
X Capacity Building and Group Dynamics
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
XI Agro-forestry
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Total (A)
13
18
558
200
758
21
20
41
799
(B) RURAL YOUTH
2
2
35
52
87
4
2
6
93
(C) Extension Personnel
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Grand Total (A+B+C)
17
20
593
252
845
25
22
47
892
Off Campus
 
No. of courses
No. of participant
(A) Farmers & Farm Women
Others
SC/ST
Grand Total
 
Target
Achieved
Male
Female
Total
Male
Female
Total
I Crop Production
3
7
419
1
420
55
0
55
475
II Horticulture
1
1
123
0
123
0
0
0
123
III Soil Health and Fertility Management
3
3
331
0
331
30
0
30
361
IV Livestock Production and Management
1
1
0
23
23
0
0
0
23
V Home Science/Women empowerment
5
7
39
239
278
2
3
5
283
VI Agril. Engineering
1
1
46
0
46
0
0
0
46
VII Plant Protection
5
11
683
128
811
42
8
50
861
VIII Fisheries
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
IX Production of Inputs at site
2
1
65
0
65
0
0
0
65
X Capacity Building and Group Dynamics
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
XI Agro-forestry
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Total (A)
21
32
1706
391
2097
129
11
140
2237
(B) RURAL YOUTH
3
1
0
23
23
0
2
2
25
(C) Extension Personnel
0
1
8
0
8
12
0
12
20
Grand Total (A+B+C)
24
34
1714
414
2128
141
13
154
2282
On + Off Campus
 
No. of courses
No. of participant
(A) Farmers & Farm Women
Others
SC/ST
Grand Total
 
Target
Achieved
Male
Female
Total
Male
Female
Total
I Crop Production
5
9
523
4
527
66
2
68
245
II Horticulture
2
3
211
11
222
2
0
2
98
III Soil Health and Fertility Management
4
5
456
0
456
33
0
33
86
IV Livestock Production and Management
2
2
0
64
64
0
3
3
130
V Home Science/Women empowerment
7
9
39
318
357
2
16
18
510
VI Agril. Engineering
1
1
46
0
46
0
0
0
36
VII Plant Protection
10
17
857
194
1051
47
10
57
935
VIII Fisheries
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
IX Production of Inputs at site
3
4
132
0
132
0
0
0
84
X Capacity Building and Group Dynamics
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
XI Agro-forestry
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Total (A)
34
50
2264
591
2855
150
31
181
2124
(B) RURAL YOUTH
5
3
35
75
110
4
4
8
450
(C) Extension Personnel
2
1
8
0
8
12
0
12
232
Grand Total (A+B+C)
41
54
2307
666
2973
166
35
201
2806
Extension Programmes
Activities
No. of Programme
No. of farmers
No. of Extension Personnel
Total
Advisory Services
4196
5699
64
5763
Diagnostic visits
8
35
5
40
Field Day
6
82
8
90
Group discussions
10
339
18
357
Kisan Ghosthi
8
2310
17
2327
Film Show
10
527
34
561
Self -help groups
1
7
0
7
Ex-trainees Sammelan
2
45
219
264
Exhibition
1
366
24
390
Scientists' visit to farmers field
24
194
34
228
Farmers' seminar/workshop
12
2890
18
2908
Method Demonstrations
10
136
9
145
Celebration of important days
11
2879
248
3127
Special day celebration
5
685
35
720
Lecture delivered
228
16231
6180
22411
Implement/Crop Demonstration
7
654
116
770
Collobrative training
6
442
25
467
Kisan Mela
1
366
24
390
Crop shibir/farmers shibir
2
127
15
142
Night meeting
1
76
5
81
Total
4549
34090
7098
41188
Other Extension Activity
Sr. No.
Scientist Activity (give Number)
No. of Activity
1
Publication
5
2
Popular articles
5
3
Radio Talks
3
4
TV Talks
3
5
News Paper coverage
24
6
Advisory through mobile
4049
7
No. of SMS sent on KVK Portal -8
75
8
Extension Literature distributed 
1499
9
No. water sample Analyzed
0
10
No. Soil sample Analyzed
0
11
No. of Plant Diagnostic
142
 
Total
5805
Mobile Advisory Services
Name of KVK
Message Type
Type of Messages
Crop
Livestock
Weather
Marke-ting
Aware-ness
Other enterprise
Total
Jamnagar
Text only
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Voice only
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Voice & Text both
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Total Messages
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Total farmers Benefitted
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Seed & Planting Material Production
Production of seeds by the KVKs
Crop
Name of the crop
Name of the variety
Name of the hybrid
Quantity of seed(q)
Rate/unit (Rs.)
Expected  Value(Rs)
Expected Number of farmers
Cereals
Wheat
GW-463
-
34.40
2750
94600
38
Oilseed
Castor
GCH-9
-
11.79
19500
229905
271
 
Groundnut
GJG-9
-
69.90
15500
1083450
75
 
Groundnut
GJG-32
-
86.40
15500
1339200
88
 
Groundnut
GJG-32 (TF)
-
18.60
7667
142606
32
Total
 
 
 
221.09
 
2889761
504
Production of planting materials by the KVKs
Crop
Name of the crop
Name of the variety
Name of the hybrid
Number
Value (Rs.)
Number of farmers
Vegetable seedlings
Brinjal
 
GHB-7
500
250
25
 
chilli
Resham patto
 
100
50
5
 
Drumstick
 
 
10
100
2
Fruit
JanumCusturd, apple, Guava
 
 
35
600
6
Forest tree
Neem tree, Ashoka, Banyan, Borsali, DrumStick
 
 
1500
 
202
Total
 
 
 
4278
1467
562
Soil, water & plant Analysis
Details
No. of Samples
No. of Farmers
No. of Villages
Amount to be realized
Soil Samples
-
-
-
-
Water
-
-
-
-
Plant
142
107
26
-
Total
142
107
26
-
4. Project : (Mandate and Achievements )
4.1 Establishment of Agricultural Technology Information Centre (ATIC) (Year-2022).
22.1 Establishment of Agricultural Technology Information Centre (ATIC) (Year-2022).
1.
Name of the Scheme
:
Establishment of Agricultural Technology Information Centre (ATIC)
B.H. 12572-03
2.
Location of the scheme
:
Krishi Vigyan Kendra, JAU, Jamnagar
3.
Officer-in charge of the scheme
:
Senior Scientist & Head, KVK, JAU, Jamnagar
4.
Objectives
:
  • Single window system for technology dissemination.
  • Formulation of FIGs as a process of innovativeness in technology dissemination.
  • Feedback from users to the research centre
5.
Justification of the scheme
:
  • The JAU has generated a large number of technologies in different disciplines of agriculture and all allied subjects.
  • Location specific technology and assessment technologies and demonstration of the technological models is planned.
A. Details of ATIC:
Sr. No.
Name of ATIC
Name of host institute
Name of ATIC manager
Telephone No.
E-mail address
Office
Fax
Mobile
1.
KVK, Jamnagar
Junagadh Agricultural University, Junagadh
Senior Scientist & Head
(0288) 2710165
(0288) 2710165
-
kvkjamnagar@ gmail.com
B. Details of farmers visit:
Sr. No.
Name of ATIC
Purpose of visit
No. of farmers visited
1.
KVK, Jamnagar
For agricultural information
1318
2.
KVK, Jamnagar
Technology Products
293
C. Facilities in ATIC (Operational):
Sr. No.
Particulars
No. of ATIC
1.
Reception counter
No
2.
Exhibition/technology measures
Yes
3.
Touch screen kiosk
No
4.
Cafeteria
Yes
5.
Sales counter
Yes
6.
Farmers feedback register
Yes
7.
Others (museum)
Yes
A. Technologies Information Provided
A. 1.  Details technology information, category of information:
Name of ATIC
Information Category
No. of farmers benefitted
Variety
Pest Management
Disease management
Agro tech.
SWT
PHT
AH
HS
KVK, Jamnagar
1. Kisan call centre SMS
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Phone calls
4049
972
1322
1085
73
160
 
58
379
2. Video shows
527
30
255
167
0
0
0
0
75
3. Letters received
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
4. Letter replied
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
5. Training to famers/ technocrats/ students
414
58
115
60
0
0
0
44
137
6. Others
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
A. 2. Publication (Print & Electronic media):
Sr. No.
Name of ATIC
Particular
No. sold/ distributed
Revenue generate
No. of farmers benefitted
1.
KVK, JAU,
Jamnagar
Books/Booklet
Nil
Nil
Nil
2.
Tech. bulletin
102
Nil
918
3.
Tech. inventory
Nil
Nil
Nil
4.
CDs
Nil
Nil
Nil
5.
DVDs
Nil
Nil
Nil
6.
Leaflet
850
Nil
161
7.
Folders
1430
Nil
318
8.
Video films
Nil
Nil
Nil
9.
Audio CDs
Nil
Nil
Nil
10.
Others (Poster)
Nil
Nil
Nil
B. Technology products provided:
Sr.
No.
Particular
Quantity
Unit of quantity
Value in Rs.
No. of farmers benefitted
1.
Seeds
 
 
 
 
(i)
Wheat (GW-463)
37.00
Quintal
89900
83
(ii)
Castor (GCH-9)
18.34
Quintal
199380
142
(iii)
Groundnut (GJG-32) (Breeder)
94.4
Quintal
1375200
193
(iv)
Groundnut (GJG-9) (Breeder)
73.41
Quintal
1099245
157
(v)
Groundnut (GJG-32) (TF)
19.69
Quintal
177210
65
2.
Planting materials
747
No.
2890
44
3.
Live stock(Vermi compost)
816
Kg
29380
12
4.
Poultry birds
-
-
-
-
5.
Bio Product
 
Quintal
-
-
1. Beauveria bassiana
195
Kg
-
195
2. Trichoderma
250
Kg
-
116
3. PSB
125
Li.
-
125
4. Rhizobium
75
Li.
-
75
5. Azotobactor
50
Li.
-
50
 
6. Metarhizium
50
Kg
-
50
 
7. SNPV
25
Li.
-
25
 
8. MDP
25
Tube
-
25
C.   Technology services provided:
Name of ATIC
Particulars
No. of farmers benefitted
KVK, Jamnagar
Soil and Water testing
0
Plant diagnosis
142
Services to line department
139
Others (Group Meeting, Field Visit, Field Day)
2306
D. FLD conducted:
Sr. No.
Month
Crop/Inputs
Season
Variety
No. of Farmers/ Demonstration
Others
SC/ST
Total
1.
January to December 2021
Castor   Variety GCH-9
Kharif
GCH-9
20
0
20
2.
Cumin  PSB, Azotobacter, Beauveria, Trichoderma
Rabi
GC-4
20
0
20
3.
Coriander   PSB, Azotobacter, Beauveria, Trichoderma
Rabi
GC-2
20
0
20
Total
60
0
60
E. Short term training courses:
Sr. No.
Month
Title of  the Training
No. of Beneficiaries
No. of SC/ST Beneficiaries
M
F
Total
M
F
Total
1
January to December 2022
Crop protection and nutrition management in organic farming
17
3
20
0
0
0
2
Dairy Management and Value addition in Milk
0
41
41
0
3
3
3
Value addition in fruit, Vegetable and other Agricultural produce
0
23
23
0
0
0
4
Pest and Disease management in Natural Farming
18
32
50
0
0
0
5
House hold food security by kitchen gardening and nutrition gardening
5
21
26
0
0
0
6
Income generation activities  for empowerment of women
11
21
32
0
0
0
7
Management of Disease in Kharif crops
57
0
57
3
0
3
8
Rabi crop Pre planning and IDM & IPM in Rabi crop (Cumin, Gram, Coriander, Garlic)
35
1
36
2
0
2
9
Nutritional Value of Leafy vegetable and design of Low/ Minimum cost diet
0
56
56
0
0
0
10
Production of Bio pesticides and other inputs for organic farming
65
0
65
0
0
0
Total
208
198
406
5
3
8
F. Extension Activity:
Sr. No.
Name of Activity
No. of Activity
No. of Participant
M
F
T
1
Group meeting, Kishan goshthi,Night meeting  etc.
8
2149
157
2306
2
Field visit/Field Day
8
61
22
83
3
Literature
27
158
160
318
4
Plant Diagnosis services
142
205
34
239
4.2  District Agro-Meteorological Unit (DAMU) Gramin Krishi Mausham Seva (GKMS)
India Meteorological Department (IMD), Ministry of Earth Sciences (MoES), Govt. of India, New Delhi is operating an integrated Agro-Meteorological Advisory Service (AAS) at district level, in India, which represents a small step towards agriculture management in rhythm with weather and climate variability leading to weather proofing for farm production. Under AAS, needs of farming community was defined through ascertaining information requirement of diverse groups of end-users. The Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) and India Meteorological Department (IMD) have jointly expanding Agromet network or District level to support sub-district/ Block level advisory service through a network of 660 District Agromet units (DAMUs) in KVKs premises under Gramin Krishi Mausham Sewa (GKMS). The target of the project is to provide Agromet services directly to all the farming households.
1. Title of the Project: District Agromet Unit (DAMU) Under GKMS
2. Sanction letter : A.Extn.16/01/2017-AE-I Dt. 02/11/2018
3. Name of Damu, District, ATARI zone and Year
DAMU Name : Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Jamnagar
Name of Blocks: Dhrol, Jamjodhpur, Jamnagar, Jodiya, Kalavad, Lalpur
Year of start of AAS at DAMU: November, 2019
Objectives 
  • To improvise the district level Agromet Advisory Services (AAS) so as to deliver crop and location specific AAS to farmers at block level.
  • To design optimum observatory network for issuance of village level advisories
  • To establish District Agromet Units as nodal centre for catering to needs of agriculture services.
  • To provide advisory bulletins through last mile connectivity to farmers with personalized agromet advisory services.
  • To extend the weather based advisory service to like livestock, grazing of farm feed etc.
Name and address with landline and mobile numbers along with STD code (also provide e-mail address) of head of ATARI, Project Coordinator, Head of the Krishi Vigyan Kendra (KVK)
Designation
Name
Address
STD code Telephone no. & Fax
Email-id
Head of ATARI
Dr. Lakhansingh
ATARI, Pune,Maharastra
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Head of KVK
Dr. K. P. Baraiya
KVK, Jamnagar
0288-2710165
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Project Coordinator (PC)
Dr. K. P. Baraiya
KVK, Jamnagar
0288-2710165
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SMS
Shree A. V. Savaliya
KVK, Jamnagar
8758180926
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Agromet Observer (AO)
Shree R. B. Pandya
KVK, Jamnagar
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District Agromet Unit in KVK, Jamnagar
The District Agromet Unit is starting at KVK, JAU, Jamnagar since 2nd November 2018 but requirement of SMS and Observer joining at November 2019. Jamnagar is making Agro weather bulletin for all the 6 blocks viz. Dhrol, Jamnjodhpur, Jodiya, Kalavad, Jamnagar, Lalpur of the Jamnagar district.
Activity of DAMU at KVK Jamnagar
  • Preparation of Agromet advisory bulletin Block and District wise
  • Conducting Farmer awareness program (FAP)
  • Maintaining Weather data record
  • Dissemination of weather bulletin through different social media level
Weather Bulletin
Preparation of weather bulletin on the basis of medium range forecast provided by IMD supported by GFS model for the blockwiseweather bulletin. Preparationof advisory is in both Bothlanguage (English and Local language) twice in a week on Tuesday and Friday. There are several weather parameters forecast received from IMD i.e. Rainfall, Maximum temperature, Minimum temperature, Relative humidity (maximum and minimum), Cloud cover, Wind speed and direction. The bulletin preparation is for main crops of Jamnagar district i.e. Cotton, Groundnut, Wheat, Pigeon pea, Cumin, Chickpea, Castor, Sesame, Pearl millet etc.
Number of Weather Bulletin prepare from Jan-Dec, 2022
 
No. of Bulletins
District Name
 
Jamnagar
102
 
 
Jamnagar District Block name
 
Dhrol
102
Jamjodhpur
102
Jodiya
102
Jamnagar
102
Kalavad
102
Lalpur
102
Total No. of Block wise Weather Bulletin
612
 
Devbhumi Dwarka District Block name
 
Kalyanpur
102
Khambhaliya
102
Okhamandal
102
Total No. of Block wise Weather Bulletin
306
Dissemination of weather bulletin.
Individually these bulletins are sending to farmers group by short message service (mKisan portal), and by social media by making farmers WhatsApp groups, Facebook.
Number of farmers
Particular
No. of farmers
Whats app Group-19
2904
KVK Facebook page
4100 followers
SMS (mKisan Portal)
70750
KVK Telegram Channel
140 Subscribers
Farmer Awareness Programmes
Climate based farming is drawing farmer near to precision agriculture. So, farmer awareness is very important for cover more number can receive Agro advisories. Farmers can mitigate their crops itself against uneven weather patterns. 
Farmer Awareness Program (FAP) organized by KVK, JAU, Jamnagar under DAMU Project
S. No.
Date
Location
Approx. No. of Farmers/ Participant
Village
Block
District
1
01-04-2022
Latipur
Dhrol
Jamnagar
170
2
01-11-2022
Navi Pipar
Lalpur
Jamnagar
69
3
01-12-2022
Dhandha
Jamnagar
Jamnagar
30
4
02-08-2022
KVK, Jamnagar
Jamnagar
Jamnagar
40
5
02-18-2022
Devbhumi Dwarka
Devbhumi Dwarka
Devbhumi Dwarka
125
6
02-22-2022
Vadtra
Jamkhambhadiya
Devbhumi Dwarka
151
7
03-01-2022
KVK, Jamnagar
Jamnagar
Jamnagar
40
8
03-11-2022
KVK, Jamnagar
Jamnagar
Jamnagar
38
9
03-13-2022
Jasapar
Kalavad
Jamnagar
129
10
03-24-2022
Devbhumi Dwarka
101
Devbhumi Dwarka
101
11
05-20-2022
Shedha Bhadthar
Jamkhambhadiya
Devbhumi Dwarka
10
12
06-13-2022
KVK, Jamnagar
Jamnagar
Jamnagar
7
13
07-22-2022
Ambardi Bhupat
Jamjodhpur
Jamnagar
14
14
07-29-2022
KVK, Jamnagar
Jamnagar
Jamnagar
99
15
09-01-2022
kharva
Dhrol
Jamnagar
17
16
09-28-2022
Sonvadiya
Jamjodhpur
Jamnagar
29
17
09-30-2022
KVK, Jamnagar
Jamnagar
Jamnagar
38
18
12-05-2022
Mota vadala
Kalavad
Jamnagar
63
Total
1170
b) Meghdoot Application Popularization Activity
S. No.
Date
Location
Approx. No. of Farmers/ Participant
Village
Block
District
1
02-18-2022
 Ranjitpur
 Kalyanpur
Devbhumi Dwarka
112
2
09-28-2022
 Sonvadiya
 Jamjodhpur
Jamnagar
29
Total
141
c)AWS Site Visit
S. No.
Date
Location
Approx. No. of Farmers/ Participant
Village
Block
District
1
03-14-2022
 ATMA group farmers of Junagadh district
93
2
03-24-2022
ATMA group farmers of  Khambhadiya Block of  Devbhumi Dwarka district
75
3
04-28-2022
J.P. Modi school student
95
4
09-30-2022
AFPRO member of Jamnagar district
38
Total
301
d)Field Visit
S. No.
Date
Location
Approx. No. of Farmers/ Participant
Village
Block
District
1
02-04-2022
 Katda
 Dhrol
Jamnagar
4
2
05-20-2022
 Shedha Bhadthar
 Jamkhambhadiya
Devbhumi Dwarka
3
3
07-22-2022
 Ambardi Bhupat
 Jamjodhpur
Jamnagar
3
4
12-05-2022
 Mota vadala
 Kalavad
Jamnagar
5
Total
15
Article Publication
1. ગુજરાતમાં૮મીજાન્યુઆરીસુધીવરસાદીઝાપટાપડશેઃકૃષિવિજ્ઞાનકેન્દ્ર-જામનગર,  Krushi Prabhat, pg No. 15, Date: 06-01-2022
2. ઘઉંનીવૈજ્ઞાનિકખેતીપદ્ધતિનાંચાવીરૂપમુદાઓ, Krushi Prabhat, pg No. 19, Date: 21-10-2022
News Coverage
1) વેસ્ટર્ન ડીસ્ટર્બંન્સને કારણે વાતાવણમાં પલટો, (https://youtu.be/oyhjg8RwXo8), GTPL Jamnagar, Date: 05-01-2022
Attending E-Webinar during 2021
Sr. No.
Title
Organized by
Date
1
Satellite Farming
Centre for agricultural market intelligence, NAHEP-CAAST, Anand agricultural university
9-10th   May,2022
5.  Other Programmes Celebrated:- 
Scientific Advisory Committee meeting 
            The 18th SAC meeting of KVK, JAU, Jamnagar was held at Training Hall, KVK, Jamnagar on March 9, 2022 for the presentation and reviewing of the work done by the KVK and action plan for the next coming year.  The meeting was chaired by Dr. H. M. Gajipara, Director of Extension Education, JAU, Junagadh. Dr. K. D. Mungra, Research Scientist (Millet), JAU, Jamnagar, and other officers of line department and Progressive farmers remained present in this meeting. Total 39 members remain present in the ensuring meeting. Dr. K. P. Baraiya, Senior Scientist & Head, presented the Annual Progress Report (2021-22) and Action Plan (2022-23) of KVK Jamnagar. Scientists of KVK Jamnagar presented their subject wise report and action plan. Committee members promoted and appreciated their work and given valuable suggestions.
International women day
            KVK Jamnagar celebrated “International women day” at two different places in collaboration with Agakhan Rural Development Trust, Jam khambhaliya, Dist. Devbhumi Dwarka on 8th March. 2022 at Ahir Samat, Viramdad, Ta. Jam khambhaliya, Dist. Devbhumi Dwarka. In this programme176 farm women of Devbhumi Dwarka district were actively participated.  However, the other programme was celebrated in collaboration with ACT (Arid Communities and Technologies), Singach, on same day at Moti Rafudad, Ta. Lalpur, Dist. Jamnagar and 61 farm women were participated.  During both of these programs total 237 farm women were participated.  In these programme innovative women videos were play, they aware about how to sustain in the society, value addition, marketing, natural farming, input production in natural farming, vermicompost, decomposing, animal keeping etc. were promoted.  Lectures were also arranged on kitchen gardening, pickles and preservation of fruit and vegetable.  At the end of the programme discussion on Women empowerment through income generation activity, roll of farm women in agriculture, drudgery reduction by improved implements.  Thus, women farmers were motivated by different kind of activity.
Hon’ble Prime Minister’s interaction with beneficiaries of schemes live telecast programme 
                Agriculture fair &Krushi Mela was organized at KVK, JAU, Jamnagar in collaboration with KVK, ATMA, and other line department of Jamnagar district on May 31, 2022.  Hon’ble Prime Minister’s interaction with beneficiaries of different schemes live telecast programme was organized.  Group discussion and farmer scientist interaction on “ Prakritik Krishi Paddhati”was also organised during this Krushi Mela before online telecast programme of Prime Minister.  In this programme 224 farmers participated actively and interacted.  Different progressive farmers of natural farming share their own experience and methods of input preparation on their own field. 
किसानभागीदारीप्राथमिकताहमारीअभियान
Krushi Mela organized at KVK, Jamnagar on the occasion of “Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav”, Farmers’ Fair underकिसानभागीदारीप्राथमिकताहमारीअभियानisto be organized on 26.04.2022at KVK, JAU, Jamnagar with collaboration of ATMA Jamnagar and other line department of Jamnagar. In this Programme arranged Agriculture exhibition at the KVK Campus. Farmer-Scientist Interaction on “Bharatiya Prakritik Krishi Paddhati” In this programme 358 farmers who adopted natural farming and 35 officers and extension functionaries were participated (total 393).  Scheme details from different departments were deliver to the farmers.  Farmers-scientist interaction organized on natural farming.  During this scientist aware farmers about steps for natural farming, value addition, market intelligence, input production technique on house hold techniques, some indigenous techniques for natural farming.  Live demonstration on jivamrut production, panchgavya productions etc. were arranged.  Demonstration support and inspire farmers for production at their own farm.  Hon’ble Union Minister of Agriculture, Shri Narendrasinh Tomar were addressed farmers through video conference from New Delhi.  They interacted with farmers who joined with natural farming.  They aware about farmers natural farming and maximum increase the area.
            For grand success of this programme Dr. K. P. Baraiya Senior scientist and Head, KVK, Jamnagar; Dr. K. D. Mungara, Research Scientist (Pearl Millet), Scientist team of KVK,. JAU, Jamnagar; DAO, Dy.Dir Horticulture, Dy. Dir Animal husbandry, Dy. Dir Agri.(Ext.), Project Director (ATMA) and team of KVK Scientist and ATMA project were actively participated.
Parthenium awareness week 16.08.22 to 22.08.22
KVK, Jamnagar organized awareness programme during the Parthenium awareness week during August 16 to 22, 2022. In this programme 21 farmers 6 staff members were participated and to create awareness about skin diseases caused by parthenium and its remedy. Removal of parthenium by all staff members in KVK campus and kept surrounding area Parthenium free.
National Nutrition Month Celebration (1st to 30th September)
KVK, Jamnagar celebrated National Nutrition Month on September 2022. Under this celebration different nutrition awareness programme organized by KVK, Jamnagar. Poshan Vatika Maha Abhiyan & Tree Plantation programme was celebrated with the collaboration of IFFCO at Jodia Village on 17th September 2022. Other Nutrition awareness programme was celebrated at District level and Village level. Among them one programme was organized at DKV college for adolescents. In these programmes discussion on Nutri cereal role in human health and their product, Importance of Kitchen gardening and information about micro greens. 100 vegetable seed kit and 150 planting material distributed to farm women. Total 151 farm women and 195 students aware about nutrition through this celebration by KVK, Jamnagar           
Technology week celebration ( 26th  sept to 1st Octo, 2022)
            KVK, JAU, Jamnagar celebrated technology week during September 26th to October 1st, 2022 at KVK, Jamnagar. In which total 829 Farmers/farm women from different blocks were participated and also provided extension literature to each participant. This programme was chaired by Dr. H. M. Gajipara, Director of Extension Education, Junagadh Agriculture University, Junagadh. During this week, different theme was kept for transfer of newer technology to the farmers as IPM for Kharif crops, Pre Planning of Rabi crops, Kitchen gardening & Nutrition of Millets, Concept of Organicand Natural Farming for minimization of cost cultivation Special emphasis given on white grub management of groundnut. They also encourage for Natural farming as well as reduction of cost of cultivation with improved technologies.  Special emphases were given on value addition of agricultural produce for more income generation.  Many demonstration and video shows were arranged during this programme.
MAHILA KISAN DIVAS
KVK, Jamnagar celebrated Mahila Kisan Divas. On this occasion organized training programme on Fruit and vegetable preservation through practical. 82 women remain participated in this programme.         
World pulse day (10.02.2022)
            KVK, Jamnagar organized seminar on the occasion of world pulse day on February 10, 2022 at Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Junagadh Agricultural University, Jamnagar. Dr. H. M. Gajipara, Director of Extension Education, Junagadh Agricultural University, Junagadh, remain present and focused on the importance of pulse in dietary pattern and importance of pulse in GDP of India, it also most important for reduction of Hunger Index of Indian people.  Dr. G. R. Gohil, Associate Director of Extension Education, JAU, Junagadh remain present.  Dr. K. P. Baraiya, Senior Scientist and Head, KVK, JAU, Jamnagar give scenario of the pulse production technology, gave cultivation practices and constraints in the pulse production.  Smt. A. K. Baraiya, Scientist (Home Science), KVK, JAU, Jamnagar discussed on Nutrition value and Health benefits of pulses, daily requirement of pulses etc.  in this program 73 participants actively participated and discussed deeply on pulse importance.
World soil health day (5.12.2022)
            Krishi Vigyan Kendra, JAU, Jamnagar organized a Farmer Training program on behalf of the celebration of world soil health day on 5th Dec 2022 at village Mota Vadala, Ta. Kalavad, Di. Jamnagar, 63 farmers are participated in this training, The Scientists put more focus on Natural farming, importance of weather bulletin and improvement of soil fertility by using natural resources, then after farmers gives good response and positive discussion about standing crops in the end of training.
PM Kisan Samman Sammelan 17th October, 2022
Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Junagadh Agricultural University, Jamnagar celebrated PM Kisan Samman Sammelan in collaboration with GSFC ltd., Jamnagar.  This programme was chaired by Poonamben Madam, Hon’ble Member of Parliament, Jamnagar and delivered introductory speech for works about the government for the farmers.  Online participation in PM Kisan Samman Sammelan which is to be inaugurated by Hon'ble PM at Mela Ground of ICAR - IARI, Pusa New Delhion 17th October 2022.  One another programme was also organized at Village Sadodar by KVK, Jamnagar on the day of Celebration of PMKSNY. Total 416 participants participated in this programme.
Kisan Divas (Farmers Day) 23.12.2022
Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Junagadh Agricultural University, Jamnagar and Dy. Director of Horticulture jointly celebrated “KIAHAN DIVAS” at Patel Samaj, Dhrol on December 23, 2022.  Demonstration and training were organized to create awareness on Natural Farming.  Dy. Director of Horticulture and their staff, officer from GSFC, were remain present in this programme.  Dr. K. P. Baraiya, Senior Scientist & Head, KVK, Jamnagar delivered lecture on natural farming technology in pest and diseases management in horticultural, vegetable and field crops.  Farmers are also aware about value addition, packaging and market intelligence as well as reduction of input cost and increase net income.  Group discussion was also done in the different burning issue in farming community.  Total 160 farmers from Dhrol Taluka was participated the programme. 
INPUT DEALERS TRAINING COURSE
            Krishi Vigyan Kendra, JAU, Jamnagar conducted “Diploma in Agricultural Extension Services for Input Dealers”certificate course with collaboration of NIPHM, Hyderabad under guideline of Director of Extension Education, JAU, Junagadh.  Total 7 batches with 420 participants successfully completed during 2022, this course from KVK, JAU, Jamnagar.
6.  Publications :  (Literature, Success story/ Case study, Reports, Newsletters)
Literature developed/published
Item
Title
Authors name
Number of copies
Research paper
Perception of effectiveness of SAWAJ Trichoderma in controlling the diseases among its end users: The Pharma Innovation Journal 2022; SP-11(9): 1651-1656
KP Baraiya, AK Baraiya, VC Gadhiya, SH Lakhani and JN Thaker
 
 
Assessing knowledge level and analysing constraints of organic farmers in Jamnagar district of Gujarat, Guj. J. Ext. Edu. Special Issue; Nov- 2022: 58-66
KP Baraiya , SH Lakhani and AK Baraiya
 
 
Knowledge of farmers, constraints faced and suggestions offered on integrated management of Pink bollworm in Cotton: a case of Saurashtra region, Gujarat , Guj. J. Ext. Edu. Special Issue; Nov-2022: 91-99
KP Baraiya, VC Gadhiya, AK Baraiya and SH Lakhani
 
 
Knowledge of household nutritional practices among farm women in Jamnagar district of Gujarat, Guj. J. Ext. Edu. Special Issue; Nov- 2022: 173-177
AK Baraiya, KP Baraiya, and SH Lakhani
 
 
Effectiveness of sticky trap colours in trapping whitefly, Bemisia tabaci on BT cotton in Saurashtra conditions, Gujarat, India. The Pharma Innovation Jpurnal 2022; 11(7); 1799-1802
PB Kaneria, MF Acharya, MK Ghelani and KP Baraiya
 
Popular Articles
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SH Godhani, AV Savaliya, AK Baraiya
 
 
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AK Baraiya, VC Gadhiya, KP Baraiya, , SH Lakhani
 
 
Panchgavya ane tene bnavvanee reet  2022, Sanjog news, August-08(   )
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HS Godhani, AV Savaliya, ND Ambaliya
 
 
Ghauni Vaignanik Kheti Padhdhati na Chavirup muddao 2022, Krushi Prabhat , October-21(19)
AV Savaliya, SH Godhani, ND Ambaliya, KP Baraiya
 
7. Visitors :
Sr. No.
Name & Designation of dignitaries
Date o visit
1
Dr. H. M. Gajipara, DEE, JAU, Junagadh visited to celebration of World Pulses day and Input dealers training programme
10.02.22
2
Dr. H. M. Gajipara, DEE, JAU, Junagadh visited to KVK, Jamnagar for Input dealers certificate distribution programme
15.05.22
3
Dr. H. M. Gajipara, DEE, JAU, Junagadh visited to KVK, Jamnagar for Input dealers certificate distribution programme
18.07.22
4
Dr. H. M. Gajipara, DEE, JAU, Junagadh visited to celebration of Technology week
26.09.22
5
Dr. V.P. Chovatiya, Vice Chancellor, JAU, Junagadh and Dr. H. M. Gajipara, DEE, JAU, Junagadh visited to KVK, Jamnagar
9.02.23
 
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10. Contact us at
Dr. K. P. Baraiya
Senior Scientist & Head
KRISHI VIGYAN KENDRA
Junagadh Agricultural University,
Air force Road; Opp. Digjam Mill,
JAMNAGAR-361 006
Telephone Number (with STD code) : 0288-2710165
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News

"Pasupalan vyavsay ma aavak bamni karvana vaignanik suchano," produced by Agrisnet Studio under Directorate of Extension Education, JAU, Junagadh, won the Best Language Film - Gujarati award at MANAGE Agri Film Festival - 2023.
“Development of Taluka Scale Precise Crop Yield Prediction Application for Selected Districts of Gujarat Using Remote Sensing, AI, and Machine Learning” project approved under National Agricultural Science Fund by ICAR, New Delhi.
Patent granted for Pomegranate Juice Extractor Machine developed at Processing and Food Engineering Dept., CAET, Junagadh Agricultural University, Junagadh.
રજત જયંતી એવોર્ડ યોજનામાં ભાગ લેવા માટેનું ઉમેદવારી પત્રક "સુક્ષ્મ પિયતપધ્ધતિઓ દ્વારા ખેતીમાં મહતમ ઉત્પાદન વર્ષ ૨૦૨૩-૨૪", સરદાર સ્મૃતિ કેન્દ્ર, જુનાગઢ કૃષિ યુનિવર્સિટી, જૂનાગઢ.
JAU has been awarded 7th rank among all the State Agricultural Universities of India and 2nd rank in State by Educationworld, India Higher Education Ranking 2023-24.
College of Agricultural Engineering and Technology, JAU, Junagadh improved its ranking at National Level. In National Ranking of CSR-GHRDC Engineering Colleges Survey 2022.
In Gujarat State Institutional Rating Framework (GSIRF) 2021-22 Junagadh Agricultural University got 5th position

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