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KRISHI VIGYAN KENDRA
JUNAGADH AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY, MORBI  (GUJARAT)

Year of Establishment :  

ICAR KVK 2016, Letter no. F.No. A.Extn.13-1/2016-AE-l, Dated Octomber,2016.

1. Good quality photos of current main buildings :

2. Location : Google map image, Area (ha)

Total land with KVK (in ha) :26.00 ha

3. 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
4. District Profile:
4.1 Basic information Of Morbi District:
Sr. No.
Details
Morbi
 
Nickname(s):
Paris of Saurashtra
1
Total geographical area 
481958 ha.
2
Forest land
26058 ha.
3
Net Sown Area
309369 ha
4
Gross Cropped Area
329654 ha
5
Net Irrigated Area
111661 ha
6
Average annual rainfall
673 mm.
7
Soil type
 Black & Loamy, Salty, Rocky, Shallow Sandy loam
8
Major Crop
Groundnut
Cotton
Wheat
Cumin
Sesame
Vegetables
9
Other Crop
Chick pea
Garlic
Onion
Chilly
10
Numberof Talukas
5 (Five),
Morbi
Maliya
Tankara
Halvad
Wankaner
 
Total number of villages Villeges
407
 
Total population
10.08      lakh  (2016-17)
5. Faculty Information : 
No
Sanctioned post
Name of the incumbent
Mobile No.
Discipline
Current
Pay Band
Current
GradePay
Date of
joining
1.
Senior Scientist and Head
Dr. Lalji L. Jivani
-
Genetics &Plant Breeding
131400 - 217100
UL-13A
01/12/20
2.
Subject Matter Specialist
D. A. Saradava
-
Plant Protection
57700 - 182400
UL-10
01/03/17
3.
Subject Matter Specialist
Vacant
 
 
 
 
 
4.
Subject Matter Specialist
Vacant
-
-
-
-
-
5.
Subject Matter Specialist
Vacant
-
 
 
 
 
6.
Subject Matter Specialist
Vacant
-
-
-
-
-
7.
Subject Matter Specialist
Vacant
-
-
-
-
-
8.
Agriculture Officer
Gamansinh S. Zala
-
B.Sc. Agri.
Fix Pay
Fix Pay
03/08/18
9.
Programme Assistant
Vacant
-
-
-
-
-
10.
Computer Programmer
R. R. Sida
-
B.C.A.
Fix Pay
Fix Pay
01/04/19
11.
Farm Manager
Vinuji V. Thakor
-
B.Sc. Agri.
Fix Pay
Fix Pay
31/07/18
12.
Accountant / Superintendent
Niraj P. Vaidya
-
B.Sc.
39900 - 126600
L - 7
01/03/20
13.
Stenographer
Vacant
-
-
-
-
-
14.
Driver 1
Vacant
-
-
-
-
-
15.
Driver 2
Vacant
-
-
-
-
-
16.
Supporting staff 1 & 2
Vacant
-
-
-
-
-
Details of Operational area / Villages (2021)
Taluka / Block
Name of the village
Major crops & enterprises
Major problem identified
Identified Thrust Areas
Morbi
Chakampar
Jivapar
Dharampur
Thorala
Andarana
Crops:Groundnut, Cotton,Sesame, Wheat,Cumin, Chickpea,Onion, Garlic
Enterprises:
Dairy business,
Vermi composting.
Preparation of roasted groundnut and chikki from groundnut seeds
(1)   Pink ball worm in cotton
(2)   Heavy infestation of sucking pests in cotton
(3)   Phytopthora disease in sesame
(4)   White grubs infestation in groundnut
(5)   Stem rot infestation in groundnut
(6)   Wilt and blight  in cumin&Chickpea
(1)   IPM and INM in major crops of this area
(2)   Increase drainage of soil
(3)   Motivate to farmers for arid horticultural crops
(4)   Efficient use of irrigation water
(5)   Judicious use pesticides
Tankara
Otala
Saraya
Neknam
Lakhdhirgadh
Bhutkotda
Crops:Groundnut, Cotton, Sesame, Wheat,Cumin, Chickpea,Onion, Garlic
Enterprises:
Vermi composting.
Preparation of roasted groundnut and chikki from groundnut seeds
(1 ) Pink ball worm in cotton
(2 ) Heavy infestation of sucking pests in cotton
(3)Phytopthora disease in sesame
(4) White grubs infestation in groundnut
(5) Stem rot infestation in groundnut
(6) Wilt and blight          in cumin&Chickpea
(7) Nutritional deficiency in animal feed and fodder
(8) Less area under horticultural crops
(1)IPM and INM in major crops of this area
(2) Increase the drainage of soil
(3) Efficient use of irrigation water
(4) Judicious use   pesticides
Wankaner
Palas
Panchdwarka
Shekhradi
Amarsar
Pipaliya raj
Crops:Groundnut, Cotton,Sesame, Wheat,Cumin, Chickpea,Onion, Garlic
Enterprises:
Vermi composting.
Preparation of roasted groundnut and chikki from groundnut seeds
(1 ) Pink ball worm in cotton
(2 ) Heavy infestation of sucking pests in cotton
(3)Phytopthoradisease in sesame
(4) White grubs infestation in groundnut
(5) Stem rot infestation in groundnut
(6) Wilt and  blight         in cumin
(7) Nutritional deficiency in animal feed and fodder
(8) Long inter calving period in buffalo
(8) Less area under horticultural crops
(1) IPM and INM in major crops of this area
(2) Reducing calving period in buffalo
(3) Motivate to farmers for arid horticultural crops
(4) Efficient use of irrigation water
(5) Judicious use   pesticides
Priority thrust areas:
Crop/Enterprise
Thrust area
Groundnut,
Sesame etc
Increasing the productivity of the major crops by adopting recommendation of dry farming technologies and to create awareness for value addition.
Water conservation
In situsoil moisture conservation and rainwater harvesting. Use of cotton stalk for organic manure.
Cotton
Motivating cotton growers to adopt IPM and INM practices for reducing the cost of production.
Women empowerment
Providing self-employment through skill oriented income generating activities
Agriculture
Developing interest among youth for agriculture as a profession.
Horticulture
Value addition in agriculture produces through proper grading, processing, marketing and information technology.
Income generating activities
Self-employment among rural youth and skill oriented income generating activities.
Nutrition management
Care and importance of nutrition in children & pregnant women.
Spices crop
Adopt recommended practice of IDM in spices crop i.e. cumin &Ajwain.
TECHNICAL ACHIEVEMENTS
A. Details of target and achievements of mandatory activities
OFT
FLD
1
2
Number of OFTs
Number of farmers
Number of FLDs
Number of farmers
Targets
Achievement
Targets
Achievement
Targets
Achievement
Targets
Achievement
4
4
16
16
9
9
80
80
 
Training
Extension Programmes
3
4
Number of Courses
Number of Participants
Number of Programmes
Number of participants
Targets
Achievement
Targets
Achievement
Targets
Achievement
Targets
Achievement
50
57
1276
2303
-
158
-
6636
 
Seed Production (Qtl.)
Planting materials (Nos.)
5
6
Target
Achievement
Target
Achievement
19.00
19.83
--
50
 
Livestock, poultry strains and fingerlings  (No.)
Bio-products (Kg)
7
8
Target
Achievement
Target
Achievement
-
-
-
-
On Farm Trials (OFT)
A. Results of On Farm Trial
Crop/ enterprise
 
Farming situation
Problem definition
Title of OFT
No. of
trials
Technology  Assessed
Parameters of assessment
Data on the parameter
Results of assessment
Feedback from the farmer
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Groundnut
Limited irrigation
Heavy infestation
of white
grub in ground nut
Management of White
Grub in
Groundnut crop
3
management
of white grub in
Groundnut
Yield and
 percentage
of dry plant
Yield
2890 kg/ ha      3170 kg/ ha
3380 kg/ ha and
T1  ,T2  ,  T3
percentage of  dry  plant
3.7%  ,2.8%   , 2.5%
9.68 percentage higher yield  received over farmer practice in T2 where as 16.95 percentage
Higher in T3 over farmer practice.
Application of Metarhiziumanisoplii @ 5 kg/ha with 300 kg/ha castor cake at time of sowing is effective to reduce the infestation of white grub.
Cumin
Irrigated
Heavy incidence of wilt disease in cumin
Use of Trichoderma for wilt disease management in cumin
3
wilt management through Trichoderma treatment
Yield and
Percentage
of  wilted
plant
Yield
T1 – 912kg/ ha
T2 – 1070 kg/ ha
T3 – 1090 kg/ha
and percentage of  wilted/ plant (75 days)
T1 –5.98
T2 – 3.09
T3 – 1.56
 
 
17.32 percent higher yield obtain in T2 and 19.51 percent higher in T3 than farmer practice.
Trichodermawith compost two application 1st  at time of sowing and 2nd  25 DAS sowing is very effective to control the wilt disease
Sesame
Irrigated
Low yield of sesame in summer
Assessment of new variety of sesame
3
Assessment of new variety of sesame
Yield and No. of capsules
Yield
T1 – 666kg/ ha
T2 – 776 kg/ ha
T3 – 791 kg/ha and No. of capsules/plant
T1-26
T2-31
T3-35
16.51 percent higher yield obtain in T2 and 18.76 percent higher in T3 than farmer practice.
GT – 5 is bold and white seeded and higher yielder (summer).
Preservation techniques
 
Lack of knowledge about phase preservation  (damage during storage about 30 to 45 percent)
Preservation techniques
of different pulses with organic method
5
T1 Use of neem leaves
T2 Use of castor oil
T3 use of Plastic bag
Insect infestation after 6 month
In chana dal
T1-12
T2-3
T3-8
And in green gram
T1-8
T2-2
T3-6
-
Use of castor oil is very effective to storage of different pulses
1.      Contd..
Technology Assessed
Source of Technology
Production
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
OFT-1
 
 
 
 
 
Sowing of groundnut without Seed treatment. Farmers adopt drenching of Chlorpyriphos or Quinalphos @ 6 lit/ha with irrigation at initiation of pest incidence. (Farmers practice)
-
2890
kg/ ha
79300
2.21
Seed treatment with Chlorpyriphos  20ec @ 25 ml/kg seed.(GAU Reco.)
Gujarat Agriculture University
3170
kg/ ha
92100
2.38
Application of Metarhiziumanisoplii @ 5 kg/ha with 300 kg/ha castor cake at time of sowing.
Junagadh Agricultural University
3380
kg/ ha
10090
2.48
OFT-2
 
 
 
 
 
Sowing without use of Trichodarma. But they use fungicides viz., Carbendazim, Hexaconazole, Difenconazole,  Tebuconazole, Propiiconazole, , etc after initiation of diseases. (Farmers practices.)
-
912
kg/ ha
68200
2.45
Application of Trichoderma @ 5 kg /ha with organic manure @1000 kg / ha at the time of sowing.. (Recommended practices.)
Gujarat Agriculture University
1070
kg/ ha
85950
2.80
Application of Trichoderma @ 5 kg /ha along with organic manure @1000 kg / ha at the time of sowing and second application of Trichoderma @ 5 kg /ha along with organic manure by broadcasting method at 15 days after germination. (Intervention).
-
1090
kg/ ha
87450
2.79
OFT-3
 
 
 
 
 
G Til - 2 or Local (Farmer Practice).
 
666
kg/ ha
7880
1.17
G Til – 3 (JAU Recommendation for ummer)
Junagadh Agricultural University
776
kg/ ha
18232
1.40
G Til – 5 (JAU Recommendation
for summer)
791
kg/ ha
19482
1.42
B Details of each On Farm Trial for assessment to be furnished in the following format separately as per the following details
OFT-1
1    Title of Technology Assessed : Management of white grub in ground nut crop.
2    Problem Definition  : Heavy infestation of white grub in ground nut.
3    Details of technologies selected for assessment: Seed treatment with chlorpyriphos 20 EC.
4    Source of technology :  Gujarat Agriculture University and JAU
5    Production system and thematic area :  Integrated pest management.
6    Performance of the Technology with performance Indicators:          -----
7.   Feedback, matrix scoring of various technology parameters done through farmer’s participation / other scoring Techniques:  Matrix scoring is 8 out of 10 done by farmer.
8    Final recommendation for micro level situation: Sowing of groundnut with application of Metarhizium anisoplii @ 5 kg/ha with 300 kg/ha castor cake at time of sowing is effective to reduce the infestation of white grub.
9    Constraints identified and feedback for research       :           -----     
10  Process of farmer’s participation and their reaction   :Seed treatment is the best and cheapest method for management of white grub.
OFT-2
1    Title of Technology Assessed : Use of Trichoderma for wilt disease management.
2    Problem Definition : Heavy incidence of wilt disease in cumin effecting yield loss up to 2 to 35 percent.
3    Details of technologies selected for assessment: Application of Trichoderma with compost
4    Source of technology : Junagadh Agriculture University, Junagadh
5    Production system and thematic area : Integrated disease management
6    Performance of the Technology with performance Indicators:          -----
7.   Feedback, matrix scoring of various technology parameters done through farmer’s participation / other scoring Techniques  : Diseased  plant percentage 8 Final recommendation for micro level situation: Application of Trichoderma 5 kg/ ha with compost @ 1000 kg/ ha at time of sowing and second application  is DAS
9    Constraints identified and feedback for research : Nil
10  Process of farmer’s participation and their reaction   Application of Trichoderma @ 5 kg /ha along with organic manure @1000 kg / ha at the time of sowing and second application of Trichoderma @ 5 kg /ha along with organic manure by broadcasting method at 15 days after germination. (Intervention) gave good result in suppressing the wilt disease and increase yield.
OFT-3
1    Title of Technology Assessed : Assessment of new variety of sesame
2    Problem Definition : Low yield of sesame in summer.
3    Details of technologies selected for assessment : New variety of sesame (GT-5)
4    Source of technology  :  Junagadh Agriculture University, Junagadh
5    Production system and thematic area : Varietal Evaluation
6    Performance of the Technology with performance Indicators :          -----
7.   Feedback, matrix scoring of various technology parameters done through farmer’s participation /other scoring Techniques :  7 out of 10 scoring
8    Final recommendation for micro level situatio : GT – 5 is bold and white seeded and higher yielder (summer).
9    Constraints identified and feedback for research  : Nil
10  Process of farmer’s participation and their reaction :  GT – 5 is bold and white seeded and higher yielder (summer).
OFT-4 Preservation techniques of different pulses with organic method
           Performance of technology assessed:
No. of Trial
Name of crop
Technology options
Data on Parameter
Insect infestation (%) after 6 month
5
Chana dal
T1 Use of dry neem leaves
12
T2 Use of castor oil
3
T3 Use of airtight plastic bag
8
T4 Without any treatment
19
Green gram
T1 Use of dry neem leaves
8
T2 Use of castor oil
2
T3 Use of airtight plastic bag
6
T4 Without any treatment
22
3.3 Frontline Demonstrations:
A. Follow-up for results of FLDs implemented during previous years:
List of technologies demonstrated during previous year and popularized during Kharif 2021&Rabi2020-21 and Summer 2021 recommended for large scale adoption in the district.
Sr.
No
Crop/
Enterprise
Variety
Thematic
Area*
Technology Demonstration
Horizontal spread of technology
No. of villa.
No.of farmer
Area
in ha
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
Groundnut
New Variety
New variety of Groundnut
GJG-32
To test yield potentiality of newly released groundnut variety
6
10
4.0
2
Cotton
IPM
Pink ball worm management
through MDP
Management of pink ball worm through MDP
5
10
4.0
3
Sesame
New Variety
New variety of
GT-5 Summer
To test yield potentiality of newly released groundnut variety
4
10
4.0
4
Cumin
IDM
Manage. of wilt through Trichoderma
Management of wilt through bio agent
6
10
4.0
5
Chickpea
New Variety
Popularized
new variety GG-5
To test yield potentiality of newly released groundnut variety
4
10
4.0
6
Pearl millet
New Variety
Popularization of new variety GHB-538
To test yield potentiality of newly released groundnut variety
6
10
4.0
7
Black gram
New Variety
Popularization of new variety GU-2
To test yield potentiality of newly released black gram variety
5
10
4.0
B. Details of FLDs implemented:
Sr.
No.
Crop
Thematic area
Technology Demonstrated
Season and year
Area (ha)
No. of farmers/
Demonstration
SC/ST
Others
Total
1
Groundnut
New Variety
Popularization of new variety
Kharif 2021
4.0
-
10
10
2
Black gram
New Variety
Popularization of new variety
Kharif 2021
4.0
1
9
10
3
Cotton
IPM
Pink boll worm manage. through MDP pest
Kharif 2021
4.0
2
8
10
4
Chickpea
New variety
Popularized new variety GJG-6
Rabi 2020-21
4.0
1
9
10
5
Cumin
IDM
Management of wilt through Tricoderma
Rabi 2020-21
4.0
2
8
10
6
Pear millet
New variety
New variety (for taste), Bio fortified variety
Summer 2021
2.0
-
5
5
7
Pear millet
New variety
Summer 2021
2.0
1
4
5
8
Sesamum
New variety
Popularized new variety for summer
Summer 2021
4.0
2
8
10
C. Performance of Frontline Demonstrations
Crop
Thematic Area
Technology Demonstrated
Variety
No. of Farmer
Area
(ha)
Yield (q/ha)
%
Increased
 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
Aver-age
 
Sesamum
New variety
Popularized new variety for summer
 
GT-5
 
10
4.0
9.30
7.50
8.25
8.00
3.1
45400
67650
22250
1.49
45400
64000
18600
1.41
Groundnut
New Variety
Popularization
of new variety
GJG-32
10
4.0
42.50
32.25
35.73
30.18
18.38
65800
183350
117550
2.78
65900
156900
91000
2.38
(I)    FLD on Oilseed Crops:
(II)  FLD on Pulses Crops
Crop
Thematic Area
Technology Demonstrated
No. of Farmer
Area (ha)
Yield (q/ha)
%
Increased
 in yield
Economics of demonstration (Rs./ha)
Economics of check (Rs./ha)
Demo
Check
Gross Cost
Gross
Return
Net
Return
BCR
Gross
Cost
Gross
Return
Net
Return
BCR
H
L
A
Chickpea
New variety
Popularized new variety GJG-6
GJG-6
10
4.0
18.80
13.60
16.52
14.81
11.5
40500
91904
51404
2.27
40100
82012
41912
Black gram
New Variety
Popularization
of new variety
GU-2
10
4.0
5.95
3.20
3.83
3.00
27.6
24300
30742
6442
1.26
23700
23820
120
(III)  Frontline Demonstration on Nutri cereals:
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
Bajra
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Pearl millet
New Variety
Popularization of new variety GHB-538
GHB-538
5
2.0
35.60
32.80
34.62
34.60
0.06
47000
69240
22240
1.47
47000
59850
12850
1.27
Pearl millet
New Variety
Popularization of new variety GHB-1129
GHB-1129
5
2.0
36.50
35.50
36.18
34.60
4.56
47000
72360
25360
1.53
47000
60550
13550
1.29
(IV)        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
Bajra
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Pearl millet
New Variety
Popularization of new variety GHB-538
5
2.0
35.60
32.80
34.62
34.60
0.06
-
-
47000
69240
22240
1.47
47000
59850
12850
1.27
Pearl millet
New Variety
Popularization of new variety GHB-1129
5
2.0
36.50
35.50
36.18
34.60
4.56
-
-
47000
72360
25360
1.53
47000
60550
13550
1.29
Cotton
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Ball damage (%)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Cotton
IPM
Management of pink ball warm through MDP
10
4.0
19.80
14.40
17.44
16.51
5.6
16
23
54100
143880
89780
2.66
52900
136207
83307
2.57
Cumin
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Wilt damage (%)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Cumin
IDM
Management of wilt through Trichoderma
10
4.0
4.0
14.30
11.70
12.82
11.44
3.2
10.3
41300
160250
118950
3.88
40200
143000
102800
3.55
D . Technical Feedbacks:
(I)Technical feed backs on demonstrated technologies
No.
Feed Back
1.
Variety GJG – 32 is resistant against tikka and rust disease in heavy rainfall condition as compare to T6-45 ,GJG – 22 ,TAG – 24.
2.
Trichodermaharzianium is very useful to suppress the wilt disease in cumin.
3.
Pheromone trap is very useful for mass trapping of pink boll worm moth in cotton crop.
4.
GG-5 chickpea variety is high yielding as well as disease resistant compare to GG-2, GJG-3.
5.
Sesamum GT – 5 is bold and white seeded and higher yielder (summer).
(II)Farmer’s Feedback:
No.
Feed Back
1.
Farmers and Farm Women is very happy with establishment of to the KVK at Morbi.
2.
Pink boll worm problem in cotton.
3.
Para wilting in cotton crop.
4.
White grub problem in ground nut crop.
5.
Sucking pest particularly thrips problem in cotton, onion chilly and garlic crop.
6.
Falls army worm in Maize.
7.
Heavy infestation of wilt and blight in Chickpea.
8.
Heavy infestation of Thrips in Cumin, Garlic and Onion crop.
Farmers training programmes:
Farmers’ Training including sponsored training programmes (on campus)
Thematic area
No. of courses
Participants
Others
SC/ST
Grand Total
Male
Female
Total
Male
Female
Total
Male
Female
Total
I Crop Production
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Cropping Systems
1
45
2
47
 
 
0
45
2
47
Integrated Farming
1
25
 
25
5
 
5
30
0
30
Integrated Crop Management
1
40
 
40
3
 
3
43
0
43
Integrated nutrient management
1
44
 
44
6
 
6
50
0
50
Total
4
154
2
156
14
0
14
168
2
170
II Horticulture
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
a) Vegetable Crops
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Off-season vegetables
1
32
 
32
1
 
1
33
0
33
Nursery raising
1
39
 
39
4
 
4
43
0
43
Others (pl specify)
1
49
2
51
2
 
2
51
2
53
Total (a)
3
120
2
122
7
0
7
127
2
129
b) Fruits
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Cultivation of Fruit
1
51
 
51
7
 
7
58
0
58
Total (b)
1
51
 
51
7
 
7
58
0
58
GT  (a-b)
5
265
2
267
20
0
20
285
2
287
III Home Science/Women empowerment
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Household food security by kitchen gardening
and nutrition gardening
2
 
89
89
 
5
5
0
94
94
Design and development of low/minimum cost diet
1
5
41
46
 
4
4
5
45
50
Value addition
1
3
44
47
 
3
3
3
47
50
Women empowerment
1
 
25
25
 
 
0
0
25
25
Others (pl specify)
1
 
28
28
 
2
2
0
30
30
Total
6
8
227
235
0
14
14
8
241
249
IV Plant Protection
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Integrated Pest Management
2
77
 
77
8
 
8
85
0
85
Integrated Disease Management
2
67
 
67
 
 
0
67
0
67
Bio-control of pests and diseases
2
81
2
83
8
 
8
89
2
91
Others (pl specify)
3
92
 
92
9
 
9
101
0
101
Total
9
317
2
319
25
0
25
342
2
344
GRAND TOTAL
24
744
233
977
59
14
73
803
247
1050
Farmers’ Training including sponsored training programmes (off campus)
Thematic area
No. of courses
Participants
Others
SC/ST
Grand Total
Male
Female
Total
Male
Female
Total
Male
Female
Total
I Crop Production
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Cropping Systems
1
29
 
29
 
 
0
29
0
29
Integrated Farming
1
36
 
36
3
 
3
39
0
39
Integrated nutrient management
1
21
 
21
5
 
5
26
0
26
Total
3
86
0
86
8
0
8
94
0
94
II Horticulture
 
 
 
0
 
 
0
0
0
0
a) Vegetable Crops
 
 
 
0
 
 
0
0
0
0
Nursery raising
1
101
 
101
18
 
18
119
0
119
Protective cultivation
1
36
 
36
 
 
0
36
0
36
Total (a)
2
137
0
137
18
0
18
155
0
155
b) Fruits
 
 
 
0
 
 
0
0
0
0
Cultivation of Fruit
1
52
 
52
7
 
7
59
0
59
Total (b)
1
52
 
52
7
 
7
59
0
59
c) Spices
 
 
 
0
 
 
0
0
0
0
Production and Management technology
1
48
 
48
2
 
2
50
0
50
Total (c)
1
48
 
48
2
 
2
50
0
50
GT  (a-c)
4
237
0
237
27
0
27
264
0
264
III Soil Health and Fertility Management
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Balance use of fertilizers
1
51
 
51
8
 
8
59
0
59
Soil and Water Testing
1
25
 
25
1
 
1
26
0
26
Others (pl specify)
1
25
 
25
 
 
0
25
0
25
Total
3
101
0
101
9
0
9
110
0
110
IV Home Science/Women empowerment
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Design and development of low/minimum
cost diet
1
 
10
10
 
 
0
0
10
10
Designing and development for high
nutrient efficiency diet
1
 
16
16
 
1
1
0
17
17
Minimization of nutrient loss in processing
1
 
15
15
 
 
0
0
15
15
Gender mainstreaming through SHGs
1
 
24
24
 
3
3
0
27
27
Women empowerment
1
 
28
28
 
2
2
0
30
30
Rural Crafts
2
 
58
58
 
11
11
0
69
69
Women and child care
2
 
84
84
 
7
7
0
91
91
Others (pl specify)
 
 
 
0
 
 
0
0
0
0
Total
9
0
235
235
0
24
24
0
259
259
VI Plant Protection
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Integrated Pest Management
2
101
 
101
17
 
17
118
0
118
Integrated Disease Management
2
65
 
65
10
 
10
75
0
75
Bio-control of pests and diseases
2
56
 
56
5
 
5
61
0
61
Others (pl specify)
4
148
 
148
10
 
10
158
0
158
Total
10
370
0
370
42
0
42
412
0
412
GRAND TOTAL
29
794
235
1029
86
24
110
880
259
1139
Farmers’ Training including sponsored training programmes – CONSOLIDATED (On + Off campus)
Thematic area
No. of courses
Participants
Others
SC/ST
Grand Total
Male
Female
Total
Male
Female
Total
Male
Female
Total
I Crop Production
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Weed Management
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Cropping Systems
2
74
2
76
 
 
0
74
2
76
Integrated Farming
2
61
 
61
8
 
8
69
0
69
Integrated Crop Management
1
40
 
40
3
 
3
43
0
43
Integrated nutrient management
2
65
 
65
11
 
11
76
0
76
Total
7
240
2
242
22
0
22
262
2
264
II Horticulture
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
a) Vegetable Crops
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Off-season vegetables
1
32
 
32
1
 
1
33
0
33
Nursery raising
2
140
 
140
22
 
22
162
0
162
Protective cultivation
1
36
 
36
 
 
0
36
0
36
Others (pl specify)
1
49
2
51
2
 
2
51
2
53
Total (a)
5
257
2
259
25
0
25
282
2
284
b) Fruits
 
 
 
0
 
 
0
0
0
0
Cultivation of Fruit
2
103
 
103
14
 
14
117
0
117
Total (b)
2
103
 
103
14
 
14
117
0
117
c) Spices
 
 
 
0
 
 
0
0
0
0
Production and Management technology
1
48
 
48
2
 
2
50
0
50
Others (pl specify)
1
94
 
94
6
 
6
100
0
100
Total c)
2
142
0
142
8
0
8
150
0
150
GT  (a-c)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
III Soil Health and Fertility Management
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Balance use of fertilizers
1
51
 
51
8
 
8
59
0
59
Soil and Water Testing
1
25
 
25
1
 
1
26
0
26
Others (pl specify)
1
25
 
25
 
 
0
25
0
25
Total
3
101
0
101
9
0
9
110
0
110
IV Home Science/Women empowerment
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Household food security by kitchen gardening
and nutrition gardening
2
 
89
89
 
5
5
0
94
94
Design and development of low/minimum cost diet
2
5
51
56
 
4
4
5
55
60
Designing and development for high nutrient
efficiency diet
1
 
16
16
 
1
1
0
17
17
Minimization of nutrient loss in processing
1
 
15
15
 
 
0
0
15
15
Gender mainstreaming through SHGs
1
 
24
24
 
3
3
0
27
27
Value addition
1
3
44
47
 
3
3
3
47
50
Women empowerment
2
 
53
53
 
2
2
0
55
55
Rural Crafts
2
 
58
58
 
11
11
0
69
69
Women and child care
2
 
84
84
 
7
7
0
91
91
Others (pl specify)
1
 
28
28
 
2
2
0
30
30
Total
15
8
462
470
0
38
38
8
500
508
VI Plant Protection
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Integrated Pest Management
4
178
 
178
25
 
25
203
0
203
Integrated Disease Management
4
132
 
132
10
 
10
142
0
142
Bio-control of pests and diseases
4
137
2
139
13
 
13
150
2
152
Others (pl specify)
7
240
 
240
19
 
19
259
0
259
Total
19
687
2
689
67
0
67
754
2
756
GRAND TOTAL
53
1538
468
2006
145
38
183
1683
506
2189
Training programmes for Extension Personnel including sponsored training (on campus)
Area of training
No. of
Courses
No. of  Participants
General
SC/ST
Grand Total
Male
Female
Total
Male
Female
Total
Male
Female
Total
Integrated Pest Management
1
16
3
19
2
 
2
18
3
21
TOTAL
1
16
3
19
2
 
2
18
3
21
Training programmes for Extension Personnel including sponsored training (off campus)
Area of training
No. of
Courses
No. of  Participants
General
SC/ST
Grand Total
Male
Female
Total
Male
Female
Total
Male
Female
Total
Integrated Nutrient management
1
31
7
38
7
 
7
38
7
45
Production and use of organic inputs
1
18
 
18
 
 
 
18
 
18
TOTAL
2
49
7
56
7
0
7
56
7
63
Training programmes for Extension Personnel including sponsored training – CONSOLIDATED (On + Off campus)
Area of training
No. of
Courses
No. of  Participants
General
SC/ST
Grand Total
Male
Female
Total
Male
Female
Total
Male
Female
Total
Integrated Pest Management
1
16
3
19
2
 
2
18
3
21
Integrated Nutrient management
1
31
7
38
7
 
7
38
7
45
Production and use of organic inputs
1
18
 
18
 
 
 
18
 
18
TOTAL
3
65
10
75
9
0
9
74
10
84
Sponsored training programmes
Area of training
No. of
Courses
No. of  Participants
General
SC/ST
Grand Total
Male
Female
Total
Male
Female
Total
M
F
T
Crop production and management
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Increasing production and productivity of crops
1
30
 
30
 
 
 
30
 
30
Commercial production of vegetables
1
32
 
32
1
 
1
33
 
33
Production and value addition
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Fruit Plants
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Ornamental plants
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Spices crops
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Soil health and fertility management
1
46
 
46
9
 
9
55
 
55
Production of Inputs at site
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Methods of protective cultivation
1
95
 
95
5
 
5
100
 
100
Others (pl. specify)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Total
4
203
0
203
15
0
15
218
0
218
Home Science
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Household nutritional security
1
 
31
31
 
8
8
 
39
39
Economic empowerment of women
1
 
28
28
 
2
2
 
30
30
Drudgery reduction of women
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Others (pl. specify)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Total
2
0
59
59
0
10
10
0
69
69
GRAND TOTAL
6
203
59
262
15
10
25
218
69
287
Details of vocational training programmes carried out by KVKs for rural youth (4 or more days) :
Area of training
No. of
Courses
No. of  Participants
General
SC/ST
Grand Total
Male
Female
Total
Male
Female
Total
Male
Female
Total
Tailoring, stitching, embroidery, dying etc.
1
 
29
29
 
1
1
 
30
30
Total
1
 
29
29
 
1
1
 
30
30
3.4. Extension Programmes
Activities
No. of
Programmes
No. of Farmers
No. of Extension Personnel
TOTAL
Advisory Services
3
950
-
950
Diagnostic visits
5
46
4
50
Field Day
3
93
2
95
Group discussions
18
102
7
109
KisanGhosthi
18
130
2
132
Film Show
5
434
8
442
Self -help groups meeting
2
60
2
62
KisanMela
-
-
-
-
Exhibition
-
-
-
-
Scientists' visit to farmers field
33
139
7
146
Plant/animal health camps
-
-
-
-
Farm Science Club
-
-
-
-
Ex-trainees Sammelan
1
31
0
31
Farmers' seminar/workshop
2
139
5
144
Method Demonstrations
3
85
0
85
Celebration of important days
14
2301
11
2312
Special day celebration
7
227
5
232
Exposure visits
-
-
-
-
Others (pl.specify)
2
376
5
381
Total
116
4163
58
5271
Details of other extension programmes
Particulars
Number
Electronic Media (CD./DVD)
-
Extension Literature
-
Newspaper coverage
25
Popular articles
17
Radio Talks
-
TV Talks
-
Animal health amps (Number of animals treated)
-
Social Media (No. of platforms Used)
-
Others (pl. specify)
-
Total
42
3.5 Online activities during year 2021
S. No.
Activity Type
Mode of implementation
(Video conferencing /
Audio Conferencing / Facebook Live
/ YouTube Live/ Zoom/
Google meet/ Webexetc)
Title of Program
No. of Programmes
No. of Participants/ Views
A
Farmers training
 
 
 
 
1
Farmers training
Audio Conferencing
IPM in major crops
2
178
2
Farmers training
Video conferencing
Clean Milk production
1
39
3
Farmers training
Video conferencing
Different crops contribute to bee pollen
1
52
4
Collaboration training
Video conferencing
Importance of organic farming
1
46
 
Total
 
 
5
315
B
Farmers scientist’s interaction programme
 
 
 
 
1
Video conferencing
Video conferencing
Plant protection
2
17
2
Video conferencing
Video conferencing
Horticulture
1
11
 
Total
 
 
3
28
C
Farmers seminars
 
 
 
 
 
Total
 
 
 
 
D
Expert lectures
Audio Conferencing
IPM and IDM in major crops
2
195
 
Total
 
 
2
195
E
Any other
 
 
 
 
 
Total
 
 
 
 
 
Grand Total (A+B+C+D+E)
 
 
11
538
3.6. PRODUCTION OF SEED/PLANTING MATERIAL AND BIO-PRODUCTS
Production of seeds by the KVKs
Crop
Name of the crop
Name of the variety
Name of the hybrid
Quantity of seed
(q)
Value
(Rs)
Number of farmers
Cereals
Pear millet
J2597
-
0.30
2760
3
Oilseeds
Sesame (Breeder)
GJT-5
--
2.33
54289
-
 
Sesame (Labeled)
GJT-5
-
0.91
16380
20
 
Ground nut
GJG-22
 
3.76
27600
 
Pulses
Black Gram (Labeled)
GU - 2
-
2.12
42400
105
 
Chickpea (Labeled)
GG - 5
-
6.25
40000
30
Vegetables
Onion (Breeder)
GJWO-3
-
0.55
55000
-
Spices
Cumin (Labeled)
GC - 4
-
5.84
129006
221
 
Ajwain (Labeled)
GA - 2
-
1.53
28518
89
Total
 
 
 
19.83
395953
468
Production of planting materials by the KVK:
Crop
Name of the crop
Name of the variety
Name of the hybrid
Number
Value (Rs.)
Number of farmers
Vegetable seedlings
Drumstick
-
-
25
-
25
Fruits
Jambun
-
-
25
-
25
Total
 
 
 
50
 
50
HRD details
Name of the staff
Designation
Title of the training programme
Institute were attended
Mode (Online/Offline)
Dates
Mr D. A.  Saradava
Scientist (Plant protection)
State Level Annual Action Plan Workshop of KVKs of Gujarat
Online
Online
18/02/2021
Mr D. A.  Saradava
Scientist (Plant protection)
Participatory Programme Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation
EEI,Anand (Online)
Online
9-10/03/21
DrHemangi Dipakkumar Mehta
Scientist (Home Science)
Participatory Programme Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation
EEI,Anand (Online)
Online
9-10/03/21
Dr L L Jivani
Senior Scientist and Head
Annual Zonal Workshop of KVKs
Online
Online
4-6/08/2021
Dr L L Jivani
Senior Scientist and Head
"Use of Mass Media for transfer of Technology"
EEI,Anand (Online)
Online
1-3/09/2021
Mr D. A.  Saradava
Scientist (Plant protection
"Use of Mass Media for transfer of Technology"
EEI,Anand (Online)
Online
1-3/09/2021
Smt. H. H. Padsumbiya
Scientist (Home Science)
"Use of Mass Media for transfer of Technology"
EEI,Anand (Online)
Online
1-3/09/2021
Dr L LJivani
Senior Scientist and Head
Training on Natural Farming
Adalaj Road, Adalaj, Gujarat, India
Offline
26/11 to 1/12/2021
Smt. H. H. Padsumbiya
Scientist (Home Science)
Presentation Skills for professional excellence
DEE, Junagadh
Offline
1-3/12/2021
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