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The University felt the need for support of basic scientific research for the improvement of crop production technology. As a consequence, today the scientists of the University are better equipped than most other agricultural universities in tackling problems related to nutritional deficiencies, toxicity of chemicals, physiological stress etc. These studies have led to the a) identification of genotypes/ lines of rage, groundnut that are resistant to moisture stress, b) advantages of growth hormones in enhancing the yields of many crops, which are practiced widely by the farmers and c) enhanced the understanding of mineral nutrition, foliar deficiency and toxicity symptoms of major and minor nutrients, providing the basic ground work for developing Integrated Nutrient Management (INM) strategies for many crops in different agro-climatic regions of the State.

 
A similar approach was followed with respect to pest and disease management. Although, initial aim was to improve the food production, the pest management practices were greatly influenced by the pioneering efforts by the State in developing a biological control laboratory. Thus, while playing the supporting role for the Green Revolution through developing chemical control techniques to meet the immediate needs, alternative rest and disease management techniques were continuously pursued by the scientist of the University. Research efforts in pest and disease management aim towards integration of these techniques.
 
Recommendations/ Technology for Farmers' community developed by the University during last 15 years (2004-05 to 2018-19):

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1. Crop Improvement

2. Crop Production

3. Plant Protection

4. Horticulture Agro-forestry

5. Agril. Engineering

6. Animal Science

7. Fisheries Science

8. Basic Science

9. Summary

Recommendations for Scientific community developed by the university during last 15 years (2004-05 to 2018-19):

(Click on the following link to see the Recommendations for Scientific community)

1. Crop Improvement

2. Crop Production

3. Plant Protection

4. Horticulture Agroforetry

5. Agril. Engineering

6. Animal Science

7. Fisheries Science

8. Basic Science

9. Social Science

10. Summary

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વિસ્તરણ શિક્ષણ નિયામકશ્રી, જુ.કૃ.યુ., જુનાગઢ દ્વારા તા. 29/01/2020 to 12/02/2020 દરમ્યાન ગ્રીન હાઉસ/નેટ હાઉસમાં થતી ખેતી પરના તાલીમ કાર્યક્રમનું આયોજન.
Digital Banking awareness programme “Way to digital India” organized on 18th January, 2020 by NSS unit of College of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry, JAU, Junagadh in collaboration with State Bank of India, JAU campus branch.
One day Programme on “Social & Human Values” for the students of 4th Semester B.Tech. (Agril.Engg.) was organized under IDP (NAHEP) by JAU on January 20, 2020.
Two days Programme on “English Speaking & Communication Skills” for the students of 2nd Semester B.Tech. (Agril.Engg.) was organized under IDP (NAHEP) by JAU during January 21-22, 2020.
Celebration of Dr. Subhas Chandra Bose Janm Jaynti at Junagadh Agricultural University on 23.01.2020.
વિસ્તરણ શિક્ષણ નિયામકશ્રી, જુ.કૃ.યુ., જુનાગઢ દ્વારા તા. 05-06/02/2020 દરમ્યાન દ્વિમાસિક તાલીમ કાર્યક્રમનું આયોજન.
Dept. of FPT, College of Fisheries, J.A.U.,Veraval is going to organize a Five Days Vocational Training on “Advances in Fish Processing Technology" "and "Challenges and Opportunities in Field of Seafood Processing Sector” on January 20-24, 2020.
Training programme for farm women of Tapi district will be organized by DEE, JAU, Junagadh at SSK on January 27-29, 2020.
Training programme for farmers of Choki will be organized by DEE, JAU, Junagadh at SSK on January 22-24, 2020.
Dept. of Vet. Anatomy, College of Veterinary Science & A.H., J.A.U., Junagadh is going to organize a Five Days Vocational Training on “Alternative Scientific Modalities to Improve the Learning Skills in Veterinary Anatomy” on 21st to 25th, January, 2020.

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