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KRISHI VIGYAN KENDRA
Targhadia (Rajkot)

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

Name

:
Dr. G. V. Marviya
Designation
:
Senior Scientist & Head
Contact Address
:
Krishi Vigyan Kendra,
Main dry farming research station,
JAU, Targhadia, Dis. Rajkot
Pin – 360 023
Mobile
:
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E-mail
:
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Staff Position
Sl.
No.
Sanctioned post
Name of the incumbent
Discipline
If Permanent, please indicate
Date of joining
Current
Pay Band
Current Grade Pay
1
Senior Scientist and Head
Dr. G. V. Marviya
Bio-chemistry
131400-217100
(UL-13A)
139400/-
1-1-2022
2
Subject Matter Specialist
Dr. M. M. Tajpara
Animal
Science
68900-205500
(UL-11)
95400/-
4-8-2015
3
Subject Matter Specialist
Dr. J. H. Chaudhary
Agronomy
57700-182400
(UL-10)
66800/-
1-8-2017
4
Subject Matter Specialist
Vacant
Plant Protection
-
-
-
5
Subject Matter Specialist
Dr. J. N. Thaker
Horti-culture
79800-211500
(UL-12)
98200/-
1-04-2023
6
Subject Matter Specialist
Shri D. P. Sanepara
Agril.
Engg.
68900-205500
(UL-11)
104200/-
1-11-2016
7
Subject Matter Specialist
Smt. H. H. Padsumbiya
Home
Science
68900-205500
(UL-11)
95400/-
17-2-2022
8
Programme Assistant
Shri A. B. Dabhi
Agronomy
39900-126600
(L-7)
46200/-
7-8-2014
9
Computer Programmer
Miss. R. T. Padaliya
Computer
39900-126600
(L-7)
50500/-
3-1-2009
10
Farm Manager
S. R. Rathva
Plant Breeding
39900-126600
(L-7)
38090/-
30-7-2018
11
Accountant/
Superintendent
M. D. Vachhani
-
25500-81100
(L-4)
44900/-
1-3-2022
12
Stenographer
Vacant
-
-
 
 
13
Driver 1
Vacant
-
-
-
-
14
Driver 2
Vacant
-
-
-
-
15
Supporting staff 1
Vacant
-
-
     -
-
16
Supporting staff 2
Vacant
-
-
     -
-
Details of Operational area / Villages
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, Sesame, Wheat, Cumin,
Chickpea, 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
sesame and White grub infestation in
groundnut, Long inter-calving period in buffalo,
Nutritional deficiency in animal feed and fodder,
Less area under horticultural crops, Anemia
problem in adolescent girls
·   IPM and INM in major   crops of this area
·   Increase drainage of soil
·   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
Shivrajpur
Nani lakhavad
2
Vinchhiya
Cluster
II
 
Amrapur
Hingolgadh
Gundala
Bhoyara
Lalavadar
3
Rajkot
Cluster
III
 
Haripar
Makanpar
Umrali
Khachharia
Hodathali
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
9
9
23
23
14
14
175
175
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
81
53
2025
1406
-
1111
-
9889
Seed Production (Qtl.)
Planting materials (Nos.)
5
6
Target
Achievement
Target
Achievement
-
141.25
-
-
B. Details of each On Farm Trial :
OFT-1
1.  Title of Technology Assessed: Natural farming in Kharif Groundnut
2.  Problem Definition: Deteriorate in yield and quality of groundnut
3.  Details of technologies selected for assessment:
        1.  Seed treatment through fungicides, Use of chemical fertilizers, Use of Insecticides-Pesticides (Farmers Practices)
        2. FYM@ 10 t/ha, Use of PSB @ 8g/kg seeds, Use of Trichoderma viride @ 2.5 kg/ha, Use of Beauveria bassiana @ 80 mi per pump, Metarhyzium anisopliae @ 5 kg/ha, Pseudomonas fluorescens @ 2.5 kg/ha (Recommended Practices)
        3. Bijamrut @ 20 lit./100 kg seeds, Ghan Jivamrut @ 200 kg/acre in basal dose and 100 kg at flowering stage, Jivamrut @ 200 lit./acre, Use of Dasparni Ark @  Agniastra and Brahmastra@6 to 8 lit. dissolved in 100 to 200 lit. of water and      spray in 1 acre, Nimastra @ 200 lit. spray in 1 acre without water (Interventions)    
4.  Source of technology: NCOF, Gaziabad (U.P.)
5.  Production system and thematic area: NRM
6.  Performance of the Technology with performance indicators:
No
Name of the farmer
Name of the Village
Yield (Kg/ha)
T1
T2
T3
1
KVK Farm
Targhadia
1475
1350
1200
Average
1475
1350
1200
Note: In T3 Treatment due to heavy Infestation of white grub, plant population was reduced to 50%
7. Feedback, matrix scoring of various technology parameters recorded through farmer’s participation / other scoring techniques: Farmers practices has given higher production as compare to recommended practices and interventions.
8.   Final recommendation for micro level situation: Yield can be increased and stem rot infestation can be reduced with use of Trichoderma in mixture with castor cake.
9.  Constraints identified and feedback for research: - White grub infestation was observed more in recommended practices and interventions treatment.
10.  Process of farmers participation and their reaction: The farmers participation in natural Farming is enhanced day by day and they adopting natural farming on their fields also.
OFT-2
1.  Title of Technology Assessed :De-topping in Cotton  
2. Problem Definition : Low Yield of Cotton
3.  Details of technologies selected for assessment :
        1.  Farmers Practices
        2. De-topping at 75 DAS
        3. De-topping of monopodial branches at 75 DAS & 90 DAS
4. Source of technology: JAU
5.  Production system and thematic area: NCM
6.  Performance of the Technology with performance indicators:
No
Name of the farmer
Name of the Village
Unit
Result
T1
T2
T3
1
Devabhai Dodiya
Anadpar
(Ta: Rajkot)
Yield
( Kg/ha )
3350
3550
3800
2
Vallabhbhai Jamod
Revaniya
(Ta: Vinchhiya)
3550
3600
3900
3
Naranbhai Jamod
3600
3650
4000
Average yield
3500
3600
3900
7.  Feedback, matrix scoring of various technology parameters recorded through farmer’s participation / other scoring techniques : Interventions treatment has given higher production as compare to farmers practice and recommended treatment.
8.   Final recommendation for micro level situation : Yield can be increased through De-topping of monopodial branches at 75 DAS & 90 DAS
9.  Constraints identified and feedback for research : - De-topping is much laborious work and taking time for operation.
10.  Process of farmers participation and their reaction : Farmers are aware about de-topping in cotton and adopting this technology in their farms.
OFT-3
1.  Title of Technology Assessed :Effect of the fungicide on disease of  chilli
2. Problem Definition :  Wilt diseases in chilli
3.  Details of technologies selected for assessment :
         T1: 2 spray of Hexaconazol @ 1ml per litre @ 15 days interval
         T2: Seed treatment of Carbendazime @ 3 gm per seed + soil application of Trichoderma @2.5 kg/ha + Soil drenching of COC@ 40gm/10 lit
         T3: 2 spray of Hexaconazol @ 1ml per litre @ 15 days interval + Soil drenching of COC@ 40gm/10 lit
4. Source of technology : JAU
5.  Production system and thematic area : IDM
6 Performance of the Technology with performance indicators:
No
Name of the farmer
Name of the Village
Unit
Result
T1
T2
T3
1
Rameshbhai Khimabhai Sariya
Nani Lakhavad (Ta: Jasdan)
Yield
( Kg/ha )
9750
13125
9625
2
Rahulbhai Vinubhai Sariya
10625
12625
9750
3
Hareshbhai Khimabahi Sariya
9375
13750
11000
Average yield
9917
13167
10125
(% plant infestation)
15
8
10
7.  Feedback, matrix scoring of various technology parameters done through farmer’s participation / other scoring techniques : T2 has given higher production as compare to T1 & T3
8.  Final recommendation for micro level situation : Seed treatment of Carbendazime @ 3 gm per seed + soil application of Trichoderma @2.5 kg/ha + Soil drenching of COC@ 40gm/10 lit should be adopted for wilt diseases control in chilli.
9.  Constraints identified and feedback for research : - Farmers are less aware about latest technologies and recommended practices to control wilt in chilli.
10. Process of farmers participation and their reaction : Some Farmers have started to adopt new technology for better production in chilli.
OFT-4
1.  Title of Technology Assessed : Response of New Release Variety of Tomato GT-6 on    leaf curl occurrence and yield
2. Problem Definition :  Low yield of Tomato and Heavy Infestation of leaf Curl Virus
3.  Details of technologies selected for assessment :
        T1: Sowing of Local Variety + any Pesticides.
        T2: Sowing of GT-6  Variety + any Pesticides.
        T3: Sowing of GT-6 Variety and foliar sprayings of Acephate 75 WP @ 1.5 g / liter 10 days after transplanting, Fipronil 5 SC @ 1.5 ml / liter 20 DAT, and Imidacloprid 70 WG @ 2g / 15 liter 40 DAT
4. Source of technology: JAU
5. Production system and thematic area: IPM
6  Performance of the Technology with performance indicators:
No
Name of the farmer
Name of the Village
Unit
Result
T1
T2
T3
1
Mathurbhai Maganbhai Jamod
Revaniya
 (Ta: Jasdan)
Yield
(Kg/ha)
14600
20500
28600
2
Dalubhai Khimabhai Dervaliya
Vangdhra
 (Ta: Vinchhiya)
15000
21000
28900
3
Jasmatbhai Zverbhai Dervadiya
15300
21700
29400
Average yield
15000
21000
29000
(% plant infestation)
9 to 10
3 to 4
1 to 2
7. Feedback, matrix scoring of various technology parameters done through farmer’s participation / other scoring techniques: Interventions has given higher production as compare to Farmers practices and recommended practices.
8. Final recommendation for micro level situation: Farmers should grow latest variety of Tomato GT-6 and carried out foliar sprayings of Acephate 75 WP @ 1.5 g / liter 10 days after transplanting, Fipronil 5 SC @ 1.5 ml / liter 20 DAT, and    Imidacloprid 70 WG @ 2g / 15 liter 40 DAT
9.  Constraints identified and feedback for research: Farmers are less aware about latest technologies.
10.  Process of farmers participation and their reaction: Farmers getting trainings and knowledge for latest technologies for better production in tomato
OFT-5
1.  Title of Technology Assessed:Use ofTrichoderma for wilt disease management in cumin
2.  Problem Definition:  Heavy incidence of wilt disease in cumin
3.  Details of technologies selected for assessment:
       T1:  No use of Trichoderma or fungicide at the time of sowing             
       T2:  Application of Trichoderma @ 5 kg /ha with organic manure @500 kg / ha at the time of sowing.
       T3:  Application of Trichoderma @ 5 kg /ha along with organic manure @500 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.
4.  Source of technology: JAU
5.  Production system and thematic area: IDM
6.  Performance of the Technology with performance indicators:
No
Name of the farmer
Name of the Village
Unit
Result
T1
T2
T3
1
Jahabhai Kadvabhai Zapadia
Barvala
(Ta: Jasdan)
Yield
(Kg/ha)
725
995
1100
2
Bhikhubhai Jasmatbhai Sakariya
680
980
1065
3
Mukeshbhai Dhirubhai Sakariya
695
965
1075
Average yield
700
980
1080
(% plant infestation)
15 to 17
8 to 9
3 to 4

7. Feedback, matrix scoring of various technology parameters done through farmer’s participation / other scoring techniques: T3 has given higher production as compare to T1 & T2

8.   Final recommendation for micro level situation: This is first year of trial final result will be obtained after two-year trial
9.  Constraints identified and feedback for research:  T3 has given higher production as compare to T2 & T3
10.  Process of farmers participation and their reaction: This was first trial for experimentation and it will be waited for farmer participation & reaction
OFT-6
1.  Title of Technology Assessed:Performance of drip irrigation with line sowing method in cumin
2.  Problem Definition:  Low yield due to sowing method and over irrigation
3.  Details of technologies selected for assessment:
       T1:  Broad casting method without drip irrigation (Farmer’s practices)
       T2:  Line sowing (20 cm) with drip irrigation (Recommended technology)
4.  Source of technology: RTTC, JAU, Junagadh
5.  Production system and thematic area: Resource Conservation Technology
6.  Performance of the Technology with performance indicators:
No
Name of the farmer
Name of the Village
Yield (kg/ha)
T1
T2
1
Bhaveshbhai Bhanabhai Makwana
Bhoyara
(Ta: Vinchhiya)
970
1165
2
Bholabhai Shambhubhai Makwana
925
1090
3
Dehabhai Manjibhai Makwana
940
1120
Average
945
1125

7. Feedback, matrix scoring of various technology parameters done through farmer’s participation / other scoring techniques: Line sowing with drip irrigation gave higher production of cumin as compare to broad casting method with flood irrigation.

8.   Final recommendation for micro level situation: Yield can be increased and disease infestation can be reduced with use of drip irrigation in line sowing of cumin.
9.   Constraints identified and feedback for research: -
10. Process of farmers participation and their reaction: Low Disease infestation in line sowing cumin crop with controlled irrigation (i.e. drip irrigation)
OFT-7
1. Title of Technology Assessed: Chelated & Area Specific Mineral mixture for dairy Cows
2. Problem Definition: Low milk production & infertility problems in dairy cow
3.  Details of technologies selected for assessment:
           1.  Farmers practices (Control)
           2.  Cow Fed with 50 gms/day chelated mineral mixture supplementation
           3. Cow fed with 50 gms/day chelated & area specific mineral mixture
4. Source of technology: NDRI, Kernal, Hariyana
5.  Production system and thematic area: Nutrition Management
6.  Production system and thematic area: Nutrition Management
7.  Performance of the Technology with performance indicators:
No
Name of the farmer
Name of the Village
Unit
Result
T1
T2
T3
1
Rekhaben Dhirubhai Nakrani
Umrali
 Milk Yield
(Lit/day)
7.4
8.6
9.9
 
Estrus after calving (days)
138
111
88
8.  Feedback, matrix scoring of various technology parameters done through farmer’s participation / other scoring techniques: T3 treatment has given higher production as compare to T1 & T2
9.   Final recommendation for micro level situation: Milk Yield can be increased and estrus after calving can be reduced with use of chelated & area specific mineral mixture
10.  Constraints identified and feedback for research: - Milk Yield can be increased and estrus after calving can be reduced with use of chelated & area specific mineral mixture
11.  Process of farmers participation and their reaction: This was first trial for experimentation and it will be improved and repeated nest.
OFT-8
1.  Title of Technology Assessed: Fortified Health management for reducing calf mortality  
2.  Problem Definition:  During winter season calf mortality due to Pneumonia, diarrhea & low body weight
3.  Details of technologies selected for assessment:
        T1:  Colustrum after birth upto 3 days
        T2:  T1+ Antibiotics (Oxytetracyclin) after 5-7 days  
        T3:  T1+ deworming (Panacure) (1st dose -21 days and 2nd dose -42 days)
        T4:  T1 +T2+T3 (colostrum feeding + Antibiotic + deworming)
4.  Source of technology: IVRI, Izzatnagar
5.  Production system and thematic area: Disease Management
6.  Production system and thematic area: Health Management
7.  Performance of the Technology with performance indicators:
No
Name of the farmer
Name of the Village
Unit
Result
T1
T2
T3
T4
1
Bhaveshbhai Jadavbhai Sorthiya
Hodathali
calf survival rate
( % )
40%
71%
69%
89%
 
Body weight (%)
    10%
12%
20%
20%
8. Feedback, matrix scoring of various technology parameters done through farmer’s participation / other scoring techniques: T4 has given higher calf survival rate than T1, T2, T3 and higher body weight gain  as compare to T1 & T2
9.   Final recommendation for micro level situation: This is first year of trial final result will be obtained after two-year trial
10. Constraints identified and feedback for research: - T4 has given higher calf survival rate as compare to T1, T2 & T3
11.  Process of farmers participation and their reaction: This was first trial for experimentation and it will be waited for farmer participation & reaction
OFT-9  
1.Title of Technology Assessed: 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 months
5
Chana dal
T1 Use of dry neem leaves
13
T2 Use of castor oil
4
T3 Use of airtight plastic bag
8
T4 Without any treatment
21
Green gram
T1 Use of dry neem leaves
9
T2 Use of castor oil
3
T3 Use of airtight plastic bag
7
T4 Without any treatment
22
FRONTLINE DEMONSTRATION
A. Follow-up for results of FLDs implemented during previous years
List of technologies demonstrated during previous year and popularized during 2022 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
ICM
Varietal +  INM+IDM + IPM
To test yield potentiality of newly released groundnut variety
5
10
4.0
2
Groundnut
IPM
Varietal evaluation+ IPM through Chlorpyriphos
Management of white grub through seed treatment
4
10
4.0
3
Chickpea
ICM
Varietal+ INM+IDM+IPM
To test yield potentiality of newly released gram variety
6
10
4.0
4
Wheat
ICM
INM
 
3
5
2.0
5
Cumin
ICM
IPM
Management of pest management
1
10
4.0
6
Cumin
ICM
Line sowing
Management of pest & disease
1
5
2.0
7
Seasonal Vegetables
Nutritional Security
Kitchen garden
 
5
5
-
8
Brinjal
ICM
Varietal evaluation
To test yield potentiality of newly released variety
4
20
8.0
9
Brinjal
ICM
Varietal evaluation
To test yield potentiality of newly released variety
2
10
4.0
10
Tomato
ICM
Varietal evaluation
To test yield potentiality of newly released variety
5
20
8.0
11
Buffalo
Nutrient Management
Bypass Protein (22%)
Increased milk production
7
20
-
12
Buffalo
Nutrient Management
By Pass Fat
Increased milk production
8
20
-
13
Cow
Nutrient Management
Chelated Mineral Mixture
Increased milk fat %
7
20
-
14
Fodder
Fodder Management
Fodder management
Increased milk production
5
10
-
B. Details of FLDs implemented during 2022 (Kharif 2022, Rabi 2021-22, Summer 2022)
Oilseeds (Kharif-2022):
Sr.
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
NRM
Varietal + INM + IDM + IPM
Kharif
2022
4.0
4.0
1
9
10
-
2
Groundnut
ICM
IPM Chlorpyriphos
Kharif
2022
4.0
4.0
1
9
10
-
Pulses (Rabi 2021-22):
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
Chickpea
ICM
Varietal+ INM+IDM+IPM
Rabi
2021-22
4.0
4.0
2
8
10
-
Cereals (Rabi 2021-22):
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
Wheat
ICM
INM
Rabi
2021-22
2.0
2.0
1
4
5
-
Vegetable
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
Brinjal
ICM
Varietal evaluation
Rabi
2021-22
8.0
8.0
3
17
20
-
2
Brinjal
ICM
Varietal evaluation
Rabi
2021-22
4.0
4.0
1
9
10
--
3
Tomato
ICM
Varietal evaluation
Rabi
2021-22
8.0
8.0
4
16
20
 
Others (Spices & livestock):
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
Cumin
ICM
IPM
Rabi
2021-22
4.0
4.0
1
9
10
-
2
Cumin
ICM
Line sowing
Rabi
2021-22
2.0
2.0
0
5
5
-
3
Buffalo
Nutrient management
Bypass Protein (22%)
2022
-
-
3
17
20
-
4
Buffalo
Nutrient management
By Pass Fat
2022
-
-
2
18
20
-
5
Cow
Nutrient
management
Chelated Mineral Mixture
2022
-
-
2
18
20
-
6
Fodder
Fodder management
Fodder management
 
-
-
1
9
10
-
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
 
 
 
 
 
Groundnut
Kharif
RF
M. B.
L
M
H
Wheat/ Cumin
11/6/2022
16/10/2022
725.3 mm
-
Groundnut
Kharif
RF
M. B.
L
M
H
Wheat/ Cumin
4/6/2022
2/10/2022
725.3 mm
-
Chickpea
Rabi
Irrigated
M. B.
L
M
H
G’nut / Cotton
16/11/2021
21/2/2022
-
-
Wheat
Rabi
Irrigated
M. B.
L
M
H
G’nut / Cotton
24/11/2021
20/2/2022
-
-
Cumin
Rabi
Irrigated
M. B.
L
M
H
G’nut / Cotton
24/11/2021
20/2/2022
-
-
Technical Feedback on the demonstrated technologies
S. No.
Feed Back
1
Recently developed certified varieties of different crops give higher yield.
2
Use of fertilizers, irrigation, insecticides and fungicide as per recommendation reduce the production cost.
3
Low disease infestation and increase in the yield in line sowing method of cumin with use of drip irrigation
4
Stem rot infestation can be reduced with use of Trichoderma in mixture with castor cake
5
Yield of cotton can be increased through De-topping of monopodial branches at 75 and 90 DAS
Farmers’ reactions on specific technologies
SN
Feed Back
1.
Groundnut variety GJG-32 gave higher yield and low disease infestation as compared to other variety but it required more number of days for maturity
2.
Yield of cotton can be increased through De-topping but De-topping practice is much laborious work and taking time for operation.
3.
Application of Trichoderma reduce wilt disease in cumin
4.
Application of  Trichoderma reduce stem rot infestation in groundnut
5.
Low infestation of  pest & disease in line sowing of cumin
6.
Research needed for control of insect-pests and diseases in organic farming
7.
Improve nutritional status of cattle and increase productivity of milch animal through feeding bypass fat and bypass protein
8.
Fresh vegetable available at doorstep and at a time with minimum cost in kitchen gardening
Extension and Training activities under FLD
Sl.No
Activity
No. of activities organised
Date
Number of participants
Remarks
1
Field days
2
Aug. & Feb.
57
-
2
Farmers Training
5
2022
123
-
3
Media coverage
-
-
-
-
4
Training for extension functionaries
2
May and June
58
-
C. Performance of Frontline demonstrations
Frontline 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
Groundnut
NRM
Varietal +  INM+IDM + IPM
GJG-32
10
4.0
25.00
15.00
20.00
18.00
11.11
35000
99000
64000
2.82
33500
88500
55000
2.64
Groundnut
ICM
IPM Chlorpyriphos
GJG-32
10
4.0
20.00
13.00
16.50
15.00
10.00
39500
99850
60350
2.53
37700
88240
50540
2.34
Frontline demonstration on pulse crops :
Crop
Thematic Area
technology demonstrated
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
Chickpea
Varietal evaluation
Varietal+ INM+IDM+IPM
GJG-6
10
4.0
26.00
19.00
22.00
19.00
15.78
27200
111300
84100
4.09
25500
97400
71900
3.81
Frontline demonstration on cereal crops:
Crop
Thematic Area
technology demonstrated
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
Wheat
ICM
INM
GW-451
5
2.0
50.00
43.00
46.00
42.00
9.5
32000
102200
70200
3.24
30500
96500
66000
3.16
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
IPM
GC-4
10
4
12.00
9.50
10.75
8.20
31.09
 
 
42110
157000
114890
3.72
38500
115200
76700
2.99
Cumin
IDM
GC-4
5
2
11.90
8.80
10.00
8.20
29.95
 
 
34100
163300
129200
4.78
33000
135000
102000
4.09
FLD on Vegetable 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
Brinjal (GJLB-4)
ICM
Varietal evaluation
20
8.0
251.0
135.3
155.25
120.10
29.26
 
 
55325
145500
90175
2.62
54100
111300
57200
2.0
Brinjal (GJB-3)
ICM
Varietal evaluation
10
4.0
267.0
130.3
160.0
123.0
30.08
 
 
54500
151000
96500
2.77
53000
109000
56000
2.05
Tomato(GT-6)
ICM
Varietal evaluation
20
8.0
250.0
150.5
170.0
130.0
30.70
 
 
55500
155300
99800
2.79
54500
125000
70500
2.29
FLD on Farm Implements and Machinery
Name of the implement
Crop
Technology demonstrated
No. of farmers
Major parameters
Fodder waste (kg/animal/day)
% change in major parameter
(waste reduction)
Cost reduction Rs./animal/day
Demo
Check
Chaff cutter
(Capacity 0.5 ton/hr)
Fodder crop (Maize and Sorghum)
Chaff cutter
1
Fodder waste reduction
0.60
3.70
83.78
25.00
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)
Cow
Nutrient Management
Bypass Protein (22%)
20
20 animals
1694 kg/lactation
1472 kg/lactation
15.08
 
 
37200
84700
47500
2.28
36000
73600
 37600
2.04
Buffalo
Nutrient Management
By Pass Fat
20
20 animals
8.0% Fat
6.7% Fat
19.40
 
 
34000
91320
47320
2.68
30000
71400
41400
2.38
Buffalo
Nutrient Management
Chelated  Mineral mixture
20
20 animals
1629 kg/lactation
1476kg/lactation
10.36
 
 
29000
66160
37160
2.28
27500
59040
31540
2.14
Fodder (Jinjvo)
Fodder Management
 
10
1
84
72
16.66
 
 
81000
136000
55000
1.67
73000
108000
35000
1.48
FLD on Other Enterprise: Kitchen Gardening
Category and Crop
Thematic area
Name of the technology demonstrated
No. of Farmer
No. of Units
Yield (Kg)
%  change in yield
Other parameters
Economics of demonstration (Rs./ha)
Economics of  check (Rs./ha)
Demons
ration
Check
Demo
Check
Gross
Cost
Gross
Return
Net Return
BCR
(R/C)
Gross
Cost
Gross
Return
Net Return
BCR
(R/C)
Different vegetables
Nutritive & fresh healthy vegetables
Kitchen garden
5
5
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Farm women reaction
-Kitchen gardening gives continues supply of fresh vegetables at lower cost which gives daily nutritious diet
-In kitchen gardening farm women are not applying any agrochemicals so they produce organic vegetables
-Before demonstration, farm women were growing only three to four vegetable crops in their backyard but after demonstration they said that they will grow different vegetable crops through kitchen gardening in scientific way
-They gave extra vegetables to their neighbors
-Farm women said that now we will generate income by selling of extra vegetables because now they are aware about precious organic vegetables
- Due to kitchen gardening children learned to about plant cognization and bio diversity.
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
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Weed Management
1
25
0
25
0
0
0
25
0
25
Integrated Farming
1
21
0
21
0
0
0
21
0
21
Soil & water conservation
1
25
1
26
2
0
2
27
1
28
Others (pl. specify) Organic/Natural  Farming
2
43
0
43
0
0
0
43
0
43
Total
5
114
1
115
2
0
2
116
1
117
II Horticulture
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
a) Vegetable Crops
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Nursery raising
1
30
0
30
0
0
0
30
0
30
Total (a)
1
30
0
30
0
0
0
30
0
30
b) Fruits
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Plant propagation techniques
1
32
0
32
3
0
3
35
0
35
Total (b)
1
32
0
32
3
0
3
35
0
35
Grand Total  (a to b)
2
62
0
62
3
0
3
65
0
65
III Soil Health and Fertility Management
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Integrated Nutrient Management
1
27
3
30
0
0
0
27
3
30
Total
1
27
3
30
0
0
0
27
3
30
IV Livestock Production and Management
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Dairy Management
1
31
0
31
0
0
0
31
0
31
Animal Nutrition Management
1
0
16
16
0
5
5
0
21
21
Disease Management
1
19
0
19
2
0
2
21
0
21
Feed & fodder technology
1
18
0
18
7
0
7
25
0
25
Production of quality animal products
1
21
0
21
0
0
0
21
0
21
Others (pl specify)
1
17
0
17
2
0
2
19
0
19
Total
6
106
16
122
11
5
16
117
21
138
V Home Science/Women empowerment
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Household food security by kitchen gardening and nutrition gardening
1
2
29
31
0
3
3
2
32
34
Design and development of low/minimum cost diet
1
0
24
24
0
1
1
0
25
25
Designing and development for high nutrient efficiency diet
1
13
31
44
0
7
7
13
38
51
Processing and cooking
1
0
9
9
0
0
0
0
9
9
Value addition
1
0
10
10
0
0
0
0
10
10
Total
5
15
103
118
0
11
11
15
114
129
VI Agril. Engineering
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Farm Machinery and its maintenance
1
28
0
28
0
0
0
28
0
28
Installation and maintenance of micro irrigation systems
1
22
0
22
1
0
1
23
0
23
Use of Plastics in farming practices
1
25
0
25
0
0
0
25
0
25
Repair and maintenance of farm machinery and implements
1
24
4
28
2
0
2
26
4
30
Small scale processing and value addition
1
27
0
27
0
0
0
27
0
27
Others (pl specify)rain water Harvesting
1
23
1
24
3
0
3
24
3
27
Total
6
149
5
154
6
0
6
153
7
160
VII Plant Protection
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Integrated Pest Management
1
18
0
18
0
0
0
18
0
18
Integrated Disease Management
1
20
0
20
0
0
0
20
0
20
Total
2
38
0
38
0
0
0
38
0
38
GRAND TOTAL
27
511
128
639
22
16
38
531
146
677
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
0
29
0
0
0
29
0
29
Integrated Farming
1
19
0
19
2
0
2
21
0
21
Total
2
48
0
48
2
0
2
50
0
50
II Horticulture
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
a) Vegetable Crops
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Protective cultivation
1
28
0
28
0
0
0
28
0
28
Total (a)
1
28
0
28
0
0
0
28
0
28
III Soil Health and Fertility Management
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Production and use of organic inputs
1
15
0
15
0
0
0
15
0
15
Total
1
15
0
15
0
0
0
15
0
15
IV Livestock Production and Management
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Dairy Management
3
79
31
110
0
0
0
79
31
110
Feed & fodder technology
1
20
0
20
0
0
0
20
0
20
Others (pl specify)
1
20
0
20
0
0
0
20
0
20
Total
5
119
31
150
0
0
0
119
31
150
V Home Science/Women empowerment
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Household food security by kitchen gardening and nutrition gardening
1
0
16
16
0
0
0
0
16
16
Design and development of low/minimum cost diet
1
0
21
21
0
4
4
0
25
25
Women empowerment
1
0
13
13
0
0
0
0
13
13
Location specific drudgery reduction technologies
1
0
27
27
0
2
2
0
29
29
Rural Crafts
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Women and child care
1
0
16
16
0
0
0
0
16
16
Total
5
0
93
93
0
6
6
0
99
99
VI Agril. Engineering
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Installation and maintenance of micro irrigation systems
1
23
0
23
4
0
4
27
0
27
Use of Plastics in farming practices
2
36
1
37
3
0
3
39
1
40
Repair and maintenance of farm machinery and implements
1
23
0
23
0
0
0
23
0
23
Post Harvest Technology
1
16
0
16
0
0
0
16
0
16
Total
5
98
1
99
7
0
7
105
1
106
VII Plant Protection
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Integrated Pest Management
1
22
0
22
0
0
0
22
0
22
Total
1
22
0
22
0
0
0
22
0
22
GRAND TOTAL
20
330
125
455
9
6
15
339
131
470
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
1
25
0
25
0
0
0
25
0
25
Cropping Systems
1
29
0
29
0
0
0
29
0
29
Integrated Farming
2
40
0
40
2
0
2
42
0
42
Soil & water conservation
1
25
1
26
2
0
2
27
1
28
Others (pl specify)
2
43
0
43
0
0
0
43
0
43
Total
7
162
1
163
4
0
4
166
1
167
II Horticulture
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
a) Vegetable Crops
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Nursery raising
1
30
0
30
0
0
0
30
0
30
Protective cultivation
1
28
0
28
0
0
0
28
0
28
Total (a)
2
58
0
58
0
0
0
58
0
58
b) Fruits
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Plant propagation techniques
1
32
0
32
3
0
3
35
0
35
Total (b)
1
32
0
32
3
0
3
35
0
35
Grand Total  (a to b)
3
90
0
90
3
0
3
93
0
93
III Soil Health and Fertility Management
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Integrated Nutrient Management
1
27
3
30
0
0
0
27
3
30
Production and use of organic inputs
1
15
0
15
0
0
0
15
0
15
Total
2
42
3
45
0
0
0
42
3
45
IV Livestock Production and Management
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Dairy Management
4
110
31
141
0
0
0
141
0
141
Animal Nutrition Management
1
0
16
16
0
5
5
0
21
21
Disease Management
1
19
0
19
2
0
2
21
0
21
Feed & fodder technology
2
38
0
38
7
0
7
45
0
45
Production of quality animal products
1
21
0
21
0
0
0
21
0

21

Others (pl specify)
2
37
0
37
2
0
2
39
0
39
Total
11
225
47
272
11
5
16
267
21
288
V Home Science/Women empowerment
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Household food security by kitchen gardening and nutrition gardening
2
2
45
47
0
3
3
2
48
50
Design and development of low/minimum cost diet
2
0
45
45
0
5
5
0
50
50

Designing and development for high nutrient efficiency diet

1
13
31
44
0
7
7
13
38
51
Processing and cooking
1
0
9
9
0
0
0
0
9
9
Value addition
1
0
10
10
0
0
0
0
10
10
Women empowerment
1
0
13
13
0
0
0
0
13
13
Location specific drudgery reduction technologies
1
0
27
27
0
2
2
0
29
29
Women and child care
1
0
16
16
0
0
0
0
16
16
Total
10
15
196
211
0
17
17
15
213
228
VI Agril. Engineering
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Farm Machinery and its maintenance
1
28
0
28
0
0
0
28
0
28
Installation and maintenance of micro irrigation systems
2
45
0
45
5
0
5
50
0
50
Use of Plastics in farming practices
3
61
1
62
3
0
3
64
1
65
Repair and maintenance of farm machinery and implements
2
47
4
51
2
0
2
49
4
53
Small scale processing and value addition
1
27
0
27
0
0
0
27
0
27
Post-Harvest Technology
1
16
0
16
0
0
0
16
0
16
Others (pl specify)
1
23
1
24
3
0
3
24
3
27
Total
11
247
6
253
13
0
13
258
8
266
VII Plant Protection
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Integrated Pest Management
2
40
0
40
0
0
0
40
0
40
Integrated Disease Management
1
20
0
20
0
0
0
20
0
20
Total
3
60
0
60
0
0
0
60
0
60
GRAND TOTAL
47
841
253
1094
31
22
53
901
246
1147
Training for Rural Youths/School drops including sponsored training programmes (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 farming

1

0

65

65

0

10

10

0

75

75

TOTAL

1

0

65

65

0

10

10

0

75

75

Training programmes for Extension Personnel including sponsored training (on campus)
Area of training
No. of
Courses
No. of Participants
General/ Others
SC/ST
Grand Total
Male
Female
Total
Male
Female
Total
Male
Female
Total
Natural Farming
2
51
0
51
7
0
7
58
0
58
TOTAL
2
51
0
51
7
0
7
58
0
58
Sponsored training programmes
Area of training
No. of
Courses
No. of Participants
General/Others
SC/ST
Grand Total
Male
Female
Total
Male
Female
Total
Male
Female
Total
Post harvest technology and value addition
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Processing and value addition
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Others (pl. specify)
1
37
5
42
4
0
4
41
5
46
Total
1
37
5
42
4
0
4
41
5
46
Home Science
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Household nutritional security
1
0
30
30
0
0
0
0
30
30
Total
1
0
30
30
0
0
0
0
30
30
GRAND TOTAL
2
37
35
72
4
0
4
41
35
76
Details of vocational training programmes carried out by KVKs for rural youth
Area of training
No. of
Courses
No. of Participants
General/Others
SC/ST
Grand Total
Male
Female
Total
Male
Female
Total
Male
Female
Total
Livestock Production and Management
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Scientific Dairy Farming
1
25
25
50
0
0
0
25
25
50
Total
1
25
25
50
0
0
0
25
25
50
Extension Programmes
Sr.
No.
Activities and Sub-activities
Area (ha)/
No.
Beneficiaries (No.)
1
Field Day
2
57
2
Kishan Gosthi
3
32
3
Kisan Mela
3
345
4
Exhibition
1
385
5
TV Programme
1
-
6
Radio Talk
1
-
7
Press Release
8
-
8
Lecture Delivered
29
1362
9
Telephonic Help Line
998
998
10
Khedut Shibir
1
1009
11
Scientist Visit to Farmers field
8
41
12
Farmers Visit to KVK Farm
18
740
13
Extn. Literature distributed
5
950
14
TV/Film Show
6
596
15
Exposure visit
2
112
16
Animal Treatment Camp
3
179
17
Soil and Water testing
1
400
18
PM Kisan Samman Sammelan
3
514
19
Celebration of international pulse day
1
65
20
Celebration of international women day
1
190
21
Celebration of International Yoga Day and Awareness on Balanced use of Fertilizer and Awareness on Region Specific Agroforestry
1
49
22
Celebration of ICAR foundation day
1
110
23
Celebration of Parthenium week
1
50
24
Celebration of Mahila kisan diwas
1
30
25
Celebration of poshan abhiyan and tree plantation
1
51
26
Celebration of Technology week
1
385
27
Celebration of swachta pakhwadia
1
579
28
Celebration of World soil health day
1
47
29
Celebration of Kishan Diwas
1
86
30
Input dealer training
6
356
31
Celebration of Jal Shakti Abhiyan
1
171
Details of other extension programmes
Particulars
Number
Electronic Media (CD./DVD)
-
Extension Literature
-
Newspaper coverage
8
Popular articles
-
Radio Talks
1
TV Talks
1
Animal health camps (Number of animals treated)
3 (179)
Others (pl. specify)
-
Total
13
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
Oilseeds
Groundnut (Breeder) 
GJG-31
-
12.00
-
-
Groundnut (Breeder)
GJG-32
-
31.50
-
-
Groundnut (TF)
GJG-32
-
24.00
-
-
Pulses
Chickpea (Breeder)
   GG-5
-
23.65
-
-
 
Chickpea (Foundation)
 GG-5
-
50.10
 
 
Literature Developed/Published(with full title, author & reference)
Item
Title
Authors name
Name & Number
Research papers/
Abstract
Altered expression levels of transcripts of GNAC TFs during drought stress in susceptible and tolerant cultivaras of groundnut
Feba Jacob,
Mahesh Mahatma, Yogita Deshmukh, Umesh K. Kandoliya, G. V. Marviya, Meera Joshi and Ashish Vala
Plant Stress, 3:1-8
January 2022
Seroprevalence of PPR Virus in Pre- and Post-Vaccinated Sheep and Goats of Saurashtra Region of Gujarat
M. M. Tajpara
J. B. Kathiriya and
H. H. Savsani
International Journal of Current Microbiology & Applied Sciences, 11(2): 275-283, February 2022
The Role of Self-Help Groups in Women Empowerment in Rajkot District of Gujarat (Research Paper)
Hetal A. Manvar and
Dr. Mita Raviraj Rajpura,
Ayudh International Peer-Reviewed Referred Journal, ISSN-2321:2160, Impact factor:4.7, VoI-4, April 2022
Impact of training programme on livelihood of rural women of Rajkot district of Gujarat (Abstract)
Manvar H. A,1, Kathiriya J. B.2, Saradva D. A.3 and Hirapara D. S.4.
SEEG National Seminar-2022 Souvenir, 24-25 June 2022 JAU, Junagadh (ES-57 page No 212)
Adoption level of the dairy farmers about recommended improved animal husbandry practices
M. M. Tajpara
B. N.  Kalsariya
V. P.  Dadhania and
B. B.  Kabaria
SEEG National Seminar-2022 Souvenir, 24-25 June 2022 JAU, Junagadh (ES-67 page No 217)
Knowledge of dairy farmers towards recommended animal husbandry practices in Rajkot district
M. M. Tajpara
B. N.  Kalsariya
B. B.  Kabaria and
V. P.  Dadhania
SEEG National Seminar-2022 Souvenir, 24-25 June 2022   JAU, Junagadh (ES-68 page No 218)
Socio personal characteristics of dairy farmers about improved animal husbandry practices in Rajkot district
M. M. Tajpara
B. N.  Kalsariya
V. P.  Dadhania and
B. B.  Kabaria
SEEG National Seminar-2022 Souvenir, 24-25 June 2022   JAU, Junagadh (RLD 121 page No 410)
Application of climate resielient technologies in NICRA village of Rafala
M. M. Tajpara
B. N.  Kalsariya
B. B.  Kabaria and
V. P.  Dadhania
SEEG National Seminar-2022 Souvenir, 24-25 June 2022 JAU, Junagadh (GI-41 page No 482)
Isolation of PPRV in vero cell line from Saurashtra region of Gujarat
 
M.M. Tajpara
D.R. Patel and
P. M. Makwana
The Pharma
Innovation Journal, 11(12): 2496-2499, November 2022
Technical reports
Monthly, quart, Six monthly and Annual
Junagadh Agri. University
19
Others
 
 
 
Details of HRD activities attended by KVK staff during 2021
Name of the  staff
Designation
Title of the training programme
Institute where attended
Mode (Online/Offline)
Dates
Dr. G. V.  Marviya,
Dr. M. M. Tajpara
Dr. J. H.Chaudhary
Senior Sci. & Head, Scientist(AH)
Scientist (Agronomy)
Online Faculty Development Programme for Extension Functionaries
DEE, JAU, Junagadh
Online
3-5 Feb. 2022
Dr.J.H.Chaudhary
Scientist (Agronomy)
Sustainable Entrepreneurship in Agriculture, Horticulture, Fisheries, Animal Husbandry & Allied Sectors for Economic Development of India
Online
Online
01-21 March, 2022
Smt. H. H. Padsumbiya
Scientist (Home Science)
“Your discipline, your issues in contemporary Era”
DH College Rajkot
Online
20 April 2022
Dr. M. M. Tajpara
Scientist (Animal Husbandry)
Entry of DFI stories into excel
ICAR-ATARI- Pune
Offline
23-24 May
Shri D. P. Sanepara
Scientist (Agril. Engg.)
Participatory Extension Management Skills in Agriculture & Allied Field
EEI, AAU, Anand
Offline
23-28 May 2022
 Dr. G. V.  Marviya
 
Senior Scientist and Head
XII Biennial National KVK Conference-2022
Dr. Y. S. Parmar Uni. Of Horti. & Forestry,Solan, Nauni, Homachal paradesh
Offline
1-2 June 2022
Shri D. P. Sanepara
Smt. H. H. Padsumbiya
Scientist (Agril. Engg.
Scientist (Home Scie.)
Success Story Writing Skills for Print & Electronic Media
DEE, JAU, Junagadh
Offline
8-10 June 2022
Dr. G. V.  Marviya,
 
Dr. M. M. Tajpara
Dr. J. H.Chaudhary
Senior Sci. & Head, Scientist(AH)
Scientist (Agronomy)
Upgradation of HRD skills for extension personnel
DEE, JAU, Junagadh.
Offline
13-15 June 2022
Smt. H. H. Padsumbiya
Scientist (Home Scie.)
“Synergetic Extension Approaches for Livelihood Improvement and Agricultural Development”
JAU, Junagadh
Offline
24-25 June 2022
Dr. M. M. Tajpara
Scientist (Animal Husbandry)
Natural faming workshop
JAU, Junagadh
Offline
30 June 2022 
Dr. G. V.  Marviya
Senior Scientist and Head
Annual Zonal Workshop on KVKs of ZoneVIII
AAU, Anand
Offline
7-9 July 2022
Dr.J.H.Chaudhary
Scientist (Agronomy)
Natural Farming Orientation cum Training Programme
Kurukshetra Haryana
Offline
08-09 December, 2022
Details of Other Projects running at KVK, Rajkot-I
(i) Agricultural Technology Information Center(ATIC)
Kharif-2022
1.  Area, technology demonstrated and performance of FLDs:
Sr. No.
Crop/
Enterprise
Tech. Demons
treated
Variety
No. of Farmers
Area (ha)
Demo. Yield (qt/ha)
Yield of local
Check
(qt/ha)
Increase in yield (%)
H
L
A
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
1
Groundnut
Variety + INM + IPM
GJG-32
50
20
30.00
15.00
23.3
19.50
19.45
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)
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
41800
136305
94505
3.26
40500
114075
73575
2.81
Rabi-2021-22
1.  Area, technology demonstrated and input details:
Sr. No.
Crop/
Enterprise
Tech. Demons
treated
Variety
No. of Farmers
Area (ha.)/
No.
Demo. Yield Qtl/ha
Yield of local
Check
Qtl./ha
Increase in yield (%)
H
L
A
1
Chick pea
Varietal evaluation
GJG-6
50
20
25.25
21.50
22.60
19.50
15.90
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)
28200
118198
89998
4.19
27300
101985
74685
3.74
Details of training and other extension activities:
Nature of Extension Activity
No. of activities
Total Participants
On + Off campus Training
4
102
Kisan Ghosthi
1
23
Group meetings
2
41
Scientific visit to farmers field
3
11
Farmers visit to KVK
-
100
(ii)  National Mission on Oilseeds & Oil Palm (NMOOP)
       Cluster Frontline Demonstrations on Oilseeds under NMOOP(Kharif-2022)
1.  Area, technology demonstrated and performance of CFLDs:
Sr. No.
Crop/
Enterprise
Tech. Demons
treated
Variety
No. of Farmers
Area (ha)
Demo. Yield (qt/ha)
Yield of local
Check
(qt/ha)
Increase in yield (%)
H
L
A
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
1
Groundnut
Variety & INM + IDM
GJG-32
50
20
24.85
20.35
22.80
19.25
18.44
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
41500
133380
91880
3.21
40200
112613
72413
2.80
2.  Details of training and other extension activities:
Sr. No.
Extension Activities
No. of activities
Number of Participant
1
On campus training
2
45
2
Off campus training
1
23
3
Field day
1
17
4
Telephone help line
-
23
5
Scientist visit to farmer’s field
2
19
(iii) Creation of Seed Hubs for Increasing Indigenous Production of Pulses in India
Trainings programs conducted
Sr.
No
On/Off Campus
No. of Training Conducted
Total No. of Participants
1
On Campus
1
32
2
Off Campus
1
33
Awareness programs / exposure visits / field days/Camps conducted
Sr. No.
Particulars
No. of Programmes
No. of participants
1
Agro advisory services
7
251
2
Literature Distributed
2
155
Sr.
No.
Year
Season
Total Production (kg)
Selling as certified seed (kg)
Amount Paid to farmers (Rs.)
Total Income (Rs.)
Difference
(Loss/
Profit)
1
2021-22
Rabi
Chickpea (GJG-6)
60,000
-
36,00,000
-
-
(iv)  Cluster Frontline Demonstrations on pulses under NFSM
Trainings programs conducted
Sr.
No
On/Off Campus
No. of Training Conducted
Total No. of Participants
1
On Campus
2
50
2
Off Campus
2
52
Awareness programs / exposure visits / field days/Camps conducted
Sr. No.
Particulars
No. of Programmes
No. of participants
1
Agro advisory services
6
320
2
Literature Distributed
3
180
Detail of FLDs (Rabi 2021-22)
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
Chickpea
Variety + INM + IDM + IPM
Seed of GJG-6 + bio fertilizer + Trichoderma + Behvaria
50
20
27.00
15.00
21.00
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)
26100
109300
83200
4.18
25000
96200
71200
3.85

(v)  Paramparagat Krishi Vikas Yojana (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.
Objectives of the Scheme:
1.  To promote natural resource based integrated and climate resilient sustainable farming systems that ensure maintenance 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.
1. Performance of FLDs:
1.  Area, technology demonstrated and input details (Chickpea) :
Rabi 2021-22
Crop
Technology demon-strated
Variety
No. of Farmers
Area
(ha)
Yield (q/ha)
% Increase in yield
Demo
Check
High
Low
Average
Chickpea
Varietal+ INM+IDM+IPM
GJG-6
20
8.0
27.00
19.00
23.00
19.00
21.05
Crop
No. of Farmers /demos
Area
(ha)
Economics of demonstration (Rs. /ha)
Economics of check
(Rs. /ha)
Gross
Cost
Gross
Return
Net Return
BCR
Gross
Cost
Gross
Return
Net Return
BCR
Chickpea
20
8.0
28400
117300
88900
4.13
25000
96900
71900
3.87
2.  Area, technology demonstrated and input details (Wheat):
Crop
Technology demon-started
Variety
No. of Farmers
Area
(ha)
Yield (q/ha)
% Increase in yield
Demo
Check
High
Low
Average
Wheat
Varietal+ INM+ IDM+ IPM
GW-451
20
8.0
55.00
49.00
52.00
45.00
15.55
Crop
No. of Farmers /demos
Area
(ha)
Economics of demonstration (Rs. /ha)
Economics of check
(Rs. /ha)
Gross
Cost
Gross
Return
Net Return
BCR
Gross
Cost
Gross
Return
Net Return
BCR
Wheat
20
8.0
34000
110200
76200
3.24
31000
97000
66000
3.12
2. Others Extension Activities:
Sr. No.
Activity
No. of Participants
1
Training
3 (56)
2
Field day
1 (13)
3
Telephone help line
35
4
Farmers visit to KVK farm
11
5
Scientist visit to farmer’s field
1 (4)
(vi)  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. Training and Skill Development Programmes:
Sr
Training
No. of Youth participated
1
Nursery management
22
2
Post-harvest technology and value addition
25
3. Establishment of Enterprises at different villages under ARYA Project:
   The groups of youth having age of 18 to 35 years have been formed and established 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 Jasdan taluka (Enterprise: Year 2017-18)
Group 6: (10 youths):  Mini Dal Mill Unitat Sal Pipaliya village of Paddhari taluka (Entrepreneurial: Year 2020)
Group 7: (8 youths):  Mini Cleaning cum Grading Machine Unitat Dungarka village of Paddhari taluka (Entrepreneurial:  Year 20-20)
Group 8: (2 youths):  Nursery Unitat Gunda village of Rajkot taluka (Entrepreneurial:  Year 2020)
4.  Critical Inputs/Equipment/Machinery provided for various enterprise under ARYA:
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/-)
5.   Brief about enterprise-wise interventions:
5.1 Mini Oil Mill Unit at Targhadi village of Paddhari taluka:
     An entrepreneurial group of 15 rural youths in Taraghadi village started enterprise of Mini Oil Mill unit during the year 2017 and producing groundnut oil through processing of groundnut. The group earning net profit of  Rs. 1,66,600 per month by selling groundnut oil and cake. This enterprise is run more than 8 month during the year and average employment generate for 10 youth in a year. This enterprise earning net profit of Rs. 13,32,800  during the year 2021-22.
5.2  Mini Oil Mill Plant at Raningpar village of Jasdan taluka:
      An entrepreneurial group of 15 rural youths in Raningpar village started enterprise of Mini Oil Mill unit during the year 2017. The group earning net profit of  Rs. 1,36,250 per month 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. 10,90,900 during the year 2021-22.
5.3  Entrepreneurship development through spices processing:
       An enthusiastic  group of 7 rural youths in Gadhaka village started enterprise of Spice processing unit during the year 2017. This enterprise is run more than 6 month during the year and earning net profit of Rs. 3,95,500  during the year 2021-22.
5.4  Entrepreneurship development through Namkeen (Farsan) making:
       An entrepreneurial group of 5 youths at Targhadia village started Namkeen making enterprise during the year 2017. They making and selling Namkeen (Farsan) products and earning net profit of Rs. 4,10,000  per year.
5.5  Milk-Mava making at Ambardi village:
       The active group of 8 youths at Ambardi village of Jasdan taluka started milk processing enterprise during the year 2017.  They are producing milk-mava by processing of raw milk. The group generated net profit of Rs. 43,300 per month. This enterprise is run through out the year and average employment generate for 5 youth in a year This enterprise earning net profit of Rs. 4,33,000 during the year 2021-22. 
5.6  Mini cleaning cum grading machine unit at Dungarka village of Paddhari taluka:
       An entrepreneurial group of 8 rural youths in Dungarka village started enterprise Mini cleaning cum grading machine unit during the year 2020 . This enterprise is run 5 month during the year and earning net profit of Rs. 2,95,000  per year.
5.7  Mini Dall Mill unit at Sal Pipaliya village of Paddhari taluka:
       An entrepreneurial group of 10 rural youths in Sal Pipaliya village started enterprise Mini Dall Mill unit. This enterprise is run 6 month during the year and earning net profit of Rs. 4,25,000  per year.
5.8  Nursery unit at Gunda village of Rajkot taluka:
       An entrepreneurial group of 2 rural youths in Gunda village started enterprise Nursery unit. This enterprise earning net profit of Rs. 2,00,000  per year.
(vii) Mera Gaon Mera Gaurav (MGMG)
             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 soil 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
21
2
Interface meeting/ Goshthies
1
17
3
Training organized
2
47
4
Mobile based advisories
5
113
5
Literature Support Provided
4
65
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JAU, Junagadh has received Design Patent from the Patent Office, Govt. of India for "Open Core Throat Less Downdraft Biomass Gasifier".
કૃષિ મહાવિધાલય, જુનાગઢ કૃષિ યુનિવર્સીટી, જુનાગઢ દ્રારા તા. ૭/૩/ર૦ર૪ ના રોજ સ્વ.શ્રી કાંતિભાઈ ઠાકર સ્મૃતિ નિધી મેમોરીયલ અંતર્ગત ''જૂનાગઢનો સ્વાતંત્રય સંગ્રામ'' વિષય પર એક વ્યાખ્યાન યોજાયેલ.
"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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