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Click here to download the Recommendations/Technology developed by the University for farmers during last 13 years (2004-05 to 2016-17)
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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.
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Farmers’ Training Programme on “Qualitative production, Valuaddition and Business Approach for Doubling Farm Income” organized by Centre of Excellence on Soil & Water Management, RTTC, JAU, Junagadh
તા. ૧૫-૧૬/૦૫/૨૦૧૮ ના રોજ વિસ્તરણ શિક્ષણ નિયામકશ્રી, જુ.કૃ.યુ., જુનાગઢ દ્વારા ખરીફ પૂર્વ મોસમી તાલીમના આયોજન બાબત.
સેન્ટર ઓફ એક્ષ્સલન્સ ઓન સોઇલ એન્ડ વોટર મેનેજમેન્ટ દ્વારા તા. ૨૦/૦૪/૨૦૧૮ના રોજ "ખેતીની આવક બમણી કરવા ગુણવત્તાયુક્ત ઉત્પાદન, મૂલ્યવૃદ્ધિ અને વ્યાપારિક અભિગમ" વિષય પર એક દિવસીય ખેડૂત તાલીમ કાર્યક્રમ
Visit of Dr. Trilochan Mohapatra, Hon'ble Director General, ICAR, New Delhi & Secretary, DARE at JAU, Junagadh.
The 25th “WORLD WATER DAY” with theme “Nature for Water” was organized by AICRP on Irrigation Water Management, Soil and Water Conservation Engineering Department, College of Agril. Engg. and Tech., JAU, Junagadh on March 22, 2018.
Three consecutive training programme on “Campus to Corporate” arranged for the students of Fisheries, Agriculture and Veterinary faculties.