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Proposed action plan for 2012-13: 

The proposed action plan for 2012-13 includes 38 training programmes for farmers, 6 Vocational

training programmes, and 8 training programmes for extension personnel. KVK will conduct 8 “on

farm trials" based on local needs of the district. Similarly KVK will lay out FLDs on cereals, oilseeds,

 pulses , vegetables, spices and animal components during the year.  The action plan is as follows:

S. no

Title of the training

Month

Venue (block)

Clientele

Course outline

No.of participants

 

Agro forestry

1.        

Agro forestry  practices for better land use

April

Pouni

Farmers

Important AF trees

Methods

Benefits

20

2.        

Important fodder  trees for agro forestry plantation

July

Reasi

Farmers

Important trees

Propagation techniques

20

3.        

Medicinal & Aromatic plants for better health

June

Arnas

Farmers

MAP species

Uses

20

4.        

Intercropping practices for maximizing production

Sep

Pouni

Farmers

Methods

Benefits

20

5.        

Bamboo cultivation for income generation and soil conservation

August

Reasi

Farmers

Species

Propagation Methods

20

6.        

Nitrogen fixing trees for soil improvement

January

Arnas

Farmers

Important species

Benefits

20

7.        

Renewable Energy resources for protection of forests

May

Mahore

Farmers

Sources

Uses

Benefits

20

 

Animal Science

 

 

 

 

 

1

Popularisation and enhancement of Backyard poultry farming as women enterprise

May-Oct

Arnas,

Reasi,

Mand,

Udhampur

Farm Women

Rearing of good quality meat and High egg yielding breeds

20 each

2

Disease management in large ruminants

June-Nov

Reasi,

Mand,

 

Farmer

Timely Vaccination and major disease management

20 each

3

Prevention and control of mastitis

May-Jun

Reasi,Udhampur

Farmer

Clean and hygienic miliking for

20 each

4

Training of management of Equines

July-Aug

Reasi, Pouni

Farmer

Feeding and Health management

20 each

5

Improving conception rate in livestock.

Sep-Oct

Arnas,

Reasi,

Mand,

Udhampur

Farmer

Timely heat detection and A.I

20 each

6

Management of various poultry disease outbreak

Jan-Feb

Reasi,

Mand,

 

Farmer

Preventive and curative measures for controlling major disease

20 each

 

Horticulture

 

 

 

 

 

1

Organic farming practices in horticulture.

April

Arnas

Farmer

Concept of organic farming

Organic manures

Biofertilisers.

20

2

Integrated nutrient management in horticulture crops

Dec-Jan

Reasi

Udhampur

Farmer

Balanced Fertilization

Time and method of fertilizer application.

20

3

Training and pruning of fruit crops

Dec

Mahore

Dhramthal

Farmer

Methods of Training and pruning.

Importance and impacts of pruning.

 

4

Planning and planting of new orchards.

July

Reasi

Majaltha

Farmer

Season of planting

Method and precautions while planting.

20

5

Scientific cultivation of vegetables.

April

Oct

Reasi

Chenani

Farmer

New cultivars

Hybrid vigour

Nutrition

20

6

Protected cultivation.

Nov

Chenani

Reasi

Farmer

Polyhouse cultivation

Precautions in protected cultivation.

20

7

Scientific cultivation of Merigold

May

Reasi

Farmer

New varieties

Season of cultivation

Market linkages

20

8

Importance of spices in mid hills of J&K.

April

Reasi

Udhampur

Farmer

Important species

New Varieties

Preservation and storage

20

 

Extension Education

 

 

 

 

 

1

Entrepreneurial opportunities in vegetable growing

May/Sept

Pouni/Mari

Farmer

Important vegetables

scope of vegetable growing

Marketing

 

20

2

Entrepreneurial opportunities in mushroom/dhingri growing

October/November

Sool/Mand

Farmer

Scope mashroom/dhingri

Requirements

Techniques of mushroom/dhingri growing

Marketing

20

3

Role of ICT in rural upliftment

June/March

Vijaypour

Farmer

Introduction

Importance of ICT

20

4

Scope of agricultural information sources in rural development

July/October

Tikri/Arnas

Farmer

Introduction

Important sources of agricultural information

Scope of agricultural information sources

20

5

Farmation and management of SHGs

August/September

Malad/Agharjitu/Panasa

Farmer

Introduction formation of SHGs

Principles of SHGs

Management of SHGs

20

 

Home science

 

 

 

 

 

1

Promotion and preparation of nutritious diet for vulnerable groups.

June

Reasi

Farmwomen

Nutritive requirement for infants, pregnant and lactating mothers.

20

2

Nutritive instant food mixes from cereals and pulses for infants and young children.

July

Udhampur

Farmwomen

Importance of weaning food.

Home scale preparation of food mixes.

20

3

Value addition to agricultural produce for income generation among women and adolescent school dropouts.

August

Pouni

Farmer

Principles of processing and preservation.

Preparation of new products.

20

4

Value addition of mushrooms.

Dec.

Reasi

Farmer

Nutrient contents of mushrooms

20

5

Drudgery reduction in farm women.

Feb

Katra

Farmwomen

Conept of drudgery reduction.

Promotion of drudgery reduction equipment.

20

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

               

 SOIL SCIENCE AND AGRIL. CHEMISTRY

Topic

Contents

Month

Duration (Days)

Place

No. of Participants

 

Soil testing: importance & advantages.

-Method of sample collection.

- Nutrient analysis

- Advantages.

Nov.

02

Laiter

20

 

Use of Organic manures & Bio fertilizers

- Types of manures & Bio fertilizers

- Uses & advantages

March

02

Maand

20

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VOCATIONAL TRAININGS

S. No,

Topic

Month

Place

Duration (Days)

Contents

 

No. of Participants

1.

Quality planting material and nursery establishment of AF Tree species

June

KVK

3 Days

QPM

Propagation techniques

Establishment of nursery

10

2

Processing and preservation of mango.

Aug

KVK

3 Days

Principles of processing.

Mango products.

15

3.

Training of Farmers for door to Door Artificial insemination services in Livestock

Oct

KVK

3 Days

Training of rural youth to act as A.I volunteers

10

4

Nursery management in horticulture crops

July-Aug

KVK

3 Days

Nursery raising as enterprise

Disease management

 

10

5.

Popularisation of traditional milk  by products

Jan

KVK

3 Days

Preparation of traditional milk products

15

6.

Processing and preservation of Local vegetables.

Jan

KVK

3 Days

Preparation of value added products from local vegetables.

15

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In Service training programmes

S. No,

Topic

Month

Place

Duration (Days)

Contents

No. of Participants

1.

Use of hybrid vigour in vegetable production.

May

KVK

One day

New varieties

Production potential

Exotic vegetables

10

2

Global warming-an issue

Aug

KVK

One day

Introduction

Causes of global warming

Remedial measures

15

3.

Past, present and future scenario of breeding policy for Livestock

Oct

KVK

One day

Road map of breeding policy

10

4

Agroforestry practices in hills

Nov

KVK

One day

Methods

Application

15

5.

Management of fruit crops.

Nov

KVK

One day

Planning and planting of new orchards.

Nutritionof fruit crops.

Imp. insect pest problems

10

6.

Fodder management for round the year nutrition

Dec

KVK

One day

Balanced ration feeding and feed block supplementation

10

7

Watershed management practices for biodiversity conservation

Feb

KVK

One day

Definition

Effect on biodiversity

15

8

Role of electronic media in rural development

Feb

KVK

One day

Introduction

Role of electronic media

15

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ON FARM TRIAL

S. No.

TOPIC

Contents

MONTH

LOCATION

1.

Integrated nutrient and pest  management in Ginger

- T1  Control  (farmer practice)

- T2 seed treatment + FYM

- T3 Seed Treatment with Recommended dose of  NPK & FYM.

 

March

On farm

2.

Productivity estimation of ginger under bamboo based agro-forestry system.

T1 – Control

T2 – Under bamboo

 

March- Oct

On Farm

3.

Effect of different  fertiliser doses of nutrients on ashwagandha (Withania sominifera)

T1- Control

T2- FYM

T3- NPK

April

On Farm

4

Effect of seed treatment on control of blast in Paddy.

T1- farmer practice

T2- seed Treatment with carbendazim. (2g/kg)

may

On Farm

5

Effect of Zinc sulphate in wheat production.

T1- Control

T2- zic sulphate (25kg/ha)

T3- Chloropyriphos

October- Nov

On Farm

6

Introduction of dietry suppliments in form of roughages feed block and urea mineral molasses block in the diet of cattle.

T1- 15 animals roughages block

T2- 15 animal urea mollases minéral block suppléments

T3- farmer practice

Nov

On Farm

7

Increasing cpnception rate in local cattle by the use of good quality frozen semen in Reasi.

T1-  15 animal using frozen semen

T2- 15 animals natural breeding

T3- control

-        

On Farm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Other Extension activities:

S.No.

ACTIVITIES

NO.

1.

Kisan goshties

02

2.

Awareness camps

04

3.

Field day on maize, wheat, moong/ mash, mustard etc.

05

4.

Kisan Mela / technology week

01

5.

Radio and T.V. talks

04

6.

Campaigns on :

- Seed treatment in wheat crop

-  Agri-clinic and agri-business camps

- Layout of orchards 

 

04

02

04

8.

Celebration of Important Days

04

TARGETS UNDER FLDs

                                           (FLDs to be laid in 2012-13)

S.No.

Crops

Area (ha)

1.

Cereals

a) Maize

b) Wheat

c) paddy

 

5.00

5.00

2.00

2.

Oilseeds

a) Rape seed/mustard / Toria

b) sesamum (Til)

 

10.00

2.0

3.

Pulses

a) Mash

b) Moong

 

5.00

2.0

4.

Flowers

a) marigold

 

2.0

5

Vegetables

2.0

 

6.

Spices (Ginger, Turmeric, and Garlic etc.)

0.2

 

7.

Fodder

a) Oats

b) Sorghum

 

 

2.0

2.0

 

8.

Backyard poultry

200 nos chicks

  Proposed activities under ATMA and ISOPOM:

 KVK Reasi has been allotted funds for conducted Research trials under ATMA at Reasi and Udhampur. We have short listed some

 of the researchable issues that coincides with those mentioned in the SREP.

 KVK also actively participates in ISOPOM activities and lay out demonstrations on large scale in both the districts.                                                                                                                          

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