CRRI, Cuttack

Report
Coordinator- Dr. T. Mohapatra, Director,
CO Coordinator- Dr. A. Ghosh, Principal Scientist
Central Rice Research Institute, Cuttack 753006, India
Scientist, CRRI involved in the PROGRAM
Central Steering CommitteeDr. T. Mohapatra, Director, CRRI
SLMT / NLMTState
Representatives of Partner Institutes (CRRI, SAU/KVK)
Assam
Dr. K.B. Pun, Officer In-charge, RRLRRS, Assam
Bihar
Dr. B.B. Panda, Sr. Scientist , Cuttack
Chhattisgarh
Dr. M. Din, Principal Scientist, Cuttack
Jharkhand
Dr. A. Poonam / M. Variar, OIC /Y. Kumar, CRURRS, Hazaribag
Orissa
Dr. Amal Ghosh, Principal Scientist ,Cuttack
Uttar Pradesh
Dr. D.P. Singh / O.N.Singh, Principal Scientist, Cuttack
West Bengal
Dr. Sanjoy Saha, Principal Scientist , Cuttack
State-wise Districts under the BGREI program
since 2011-12
State
Assam
Bihar
Chhattishga
rh
Jharkhand
Odisha
E UP
W.B.
Total
2011-12
13
20
08
2012-13
12
38
12
2013-14
26
22
11
2014-15
14
23
06
16
15
12
11
95
17
30
12
18
139
17
30
12
18
136
20
16
14
11
104
Coordination with Central Steering Committee
The Director, CRRI took part in critical review of the program in different
states while attending meetings both at the Central and State level, and
monitored the progress of activities in monthly meeting in CRRI.
 Attend the Central Steering Committee Meeting at Krishi Bhawan,
New Delhi under the chairmanship of the Secretary (A&C), DAC
on 20th December, 2013,
 Reviewed the program in the ‘Aawareness workshop cum Meeting’ at
IGKV, Raipur, Chhattisgarh on March,15,2013,
 Reviewed the program in the ‘ Annual Workshop” in the eastern UP at
Lucknow on 24th May 2013
 Reviewed the program in Odisha in the ‘State Coordination committee
meeting’ at Bhubaneswar 30th May 2013
MONITORING REPORT ON SLMT VISITS
ASSAM
Rice varieties- Swarna sub 1, Ranjit, Bahadur,Mahsuri, Arize 6444,
Swarna, Tarasali, local Bora, IR 64, MTU 1010, JKRH, Baismuthi and
Rajalaxmi were under crop demonstration.
Area covered- 34,000 ha= 14,000 ha under shallow lowland and 20,000
ha under hybrid rice programme,
Nos. of Demonstrations – 70 in shallow lowland rice and 100
demonstrations of hybrid rice.
Crop cutting - average paddy yield in the BGREI plots were 5.42 t/ha in
HYV and 6.58 t/ha in hybrid rice.
Critical Observations:
a) split application of N needs to be scheduled uniformly,
b) ITK is preferably to be adopted for controlling rice bug,
c) Quinolphos should be applied to control leaf folder
effectively than any other insecticides,
d) storage of grain should be done after adequate drying to
proper moisture content and
e) measures need to be taken for utilization of perennial water
streams for irrigation in rabi rice.
BIHAR
Rice varieties- Swarna, Arize
6444, Pant 10 and NDR 359.
Area covered=Upland- 10,000
ha, shallow low land-15,000
ha and SRI- 77,254 ha.
Crop cutting result showed
that rice yield was 4.64 t/ha
in BGREI plot while state
average 2.80 t/ha in farmers
plot.
During the year, a total of 9013 shallow tube wells and 6830 pump
sets were distributed among beneficiaries and a total of 1873
pucca threshing floors were constructed.
Critical Observations:
a) proper crop planning needs to be adopted considering water
scarcity in North-West zone of the state,
b) availability of small farm machinery needs to be ensured,
c) training for need based plant protection measures is essential
to the farmers,
d) efficient weed management needs to be followed and
e) green manuring to improve soil health needs to be practiced
widely.
CHHATTISGARH
Rice varieties - Swarna, MTU 1001,
BPT 5204, Bumbleshwari, VNR 2245,
KRH 2, MTU-1010, IR-64, HMT,
Mahamaya,
Chandrahasini,
Samleswari, Purnima, Sampada,
Karma masuri, Pavoniyar 27-P-31,
US 312, , PA 6444, PBC 835, JKRJ-401,
RH-664 plus, Arize-Tej, JKRH-401,
JKRH-401 and DRH 775,
Area covered -129500 ha,upland 20,400 ha, shallow low land- 33,800
ha, irrigated -39194 ha,hybrid -21025
ha.
Crop cutting result showed paddy yield of 4.76 t/ha in BGRE
demonstration plot and 4.02 t/ha in farmer’s plot accounting for around
20.7% yield enhancement as compared to that in 2012-13.
Critical Observations:
a) farmers’ fare / exposure training programme is essential
especially for progressive farmers,
b) farmers still require proper technical guidance on farm
mechanization,
c) As availability of labor during peak period is a major
constraint, mechanization on transplanting and direct seeding,
harvesting needs to be adopted widely, and
d) modern small farm machinery needs to be available at
affordable prices.
JHARKHAND
Rice varieties - IR 64, MTU
1010, KRH 2 and Abhishek
Area covered -60,400 ha,
75,225 farmers in 546 Gram
Panchayats at 1557 villages,
Another
intervention,
late
transplanting with aged seedlings was
taken up in western plateau covering
the districts of Lohardaga, Palamu,
Chatra and Latehar.
Unusual
monsoon
rains
affected initial crop stands; in
contrast, those farmers who
raised seedlings after mid July
and transplanted in the second
week of August benefited
mostly.
Critical Observations:
a) availability of machine for direct seeding (availability of zero
tillage/fertilizer cum seed drills on hire and weed management
(wheel hoes/finger weeder and spraying equipments / service
centers) needs to be adopted to accelerate adoption of DSR in
drought prone areas and
b)
shorter duration rice varieties need to be promoted to avoid
problems from late onset and early withdrawal of monsoons.
ODISHA
Rice varieties- Swarna, Pooja, Moti, Kalajeera, Nua Dhusara, Keteki joha, MTU
1001, Lalat, Naveen, RGL-2538, Parvati, Suru Samlei, Pani dubki, Rani, Sarala,
Gayatri, MTU 1010, Arize 6444, Utkalprabha and Sahbhagidhan’
Area covered -1,29,500 ha, 7,000 ha uplands,78,000 ha shallow lowland,
36,500 ha irrigated medium lands and 8,000 ha hybrid rice.
Asset building activities’- 600
paddy transplanter, 17903 pump
sets, 3200 paddy thresher and
2400 multi crop thresher were
distributed
‘Site specific activities’- facility of
75 community bore well and 100
community surface lift irrigation
and irrigation channel of 39,333
Rmt
Crop cutting results- average
paddy yield of 4.09 t/ha in rainfed
upland, 5.02 t/ha in shallow low
land, HYV 5.71 t/ha in irrigated
and hybrid 5.88 t/ha in hybrid rice
accounting for 5.05 t/ha in BGREI
plot comparing with the state
average paddy yield of 2.57 t/ha.
Critical Observations:
a) adequate availability of quality rice seed including hybrid rice well
ahead of the season,
b) promoting T.L. seed production even at farmers’ level,
c) up - scaling DSR technology, especially at water limited regions,
d) small farm mechanization,
e) power supply to the farmers’ oriented community field / farm
activities,
f)
creation of infrastructure on community basis namely storage,
threshing floor, community drier, etc. and
g)
strengthening mechanism for procurement of rice.
EASTERN UP
Area covered- 92,564 ha, 10,668 ha
upland, 12,316 ha shallow lowland
and 12,180 ha semi-deep water
rice,27,408 ha irrigated ecology and
29,992 ha hybrid rice,
Rice varieties - Arize 6444, PHB-71 ,
NDR 359, BPT 5204, MTU 7029,
Malvi 105, Malvi 4-3, Pusa Basmati,
Pradhan, PHB-71, MTU 7029,
Swarna Sub 1, Narendra 359, Sarju
52, DDRH 2, PAC 835, PRH 122, JK
401, Pant Dhan 19, Narendra Dhan
3112-1, NDR 2064, NDR-65, Malviya
Sugandha 105, Malviya Sugandha 43, P 1509, improved Pusa Basmati 1
and Pusa Sugandha 5, Arize Prima
(91 H97226), DRH 775, 27P31,
27P63, PAC 835, PAC 837, PAC 801,
Ajay, Rajlaxmi, JKRH 401, CR Dhan
701, VNR 2355, US 312, US 382 and
RH 1531,
Critical Observations:
a) timely availability of adequate quantity of quality seeds,
b) Site specific activity for improving drainage system in the areas,
c) farmers to farmers field visit needs to be initiated for better awareness
about the modern technology and
d) government should ensure uninterrupted power supply facilitating
irrigation particularly at critical growth stages of crop.
WEST BENGAL
Rice varieties- Satabdi, Swarna,
Swarna sub 1, Pratikshya,
Gayatri,
Varshadhan,
Sahbhagidhan, Pooja, Naveen ,
Lalat, IR 64, Sabita, Sarala,
Durga , MTU 1010, Khitish and
GB 1 ,
Area covered -118000 ha, along
with 55,000 ha of boro rice.
Crop cutting results showed the paddy yield of 4.63 t/ha in BGREI
demonstration plot and 4.24 t/ha in farmer’s plot during 2013-14.
Critical Observations:
a) Availability of seed especially during dry season,
b)
Farmers exposure visit, interaction meet for greater awareness needs
to be ensured and
c) further areas needs to be brought under this programme in future to
increase the visibility ensuring greater impact of modern varieties and
technology,
Rice varieties on crop demonstration in different states under
BGREI programme
State (Nos.)
Assam (16)
Name of varieties
Ajay, Rajalaxmi, Swarna Sub 1, Varshadhan, CRHR 701,Ranjit, Arize
6444, Bahadur, Mahsuri, JKRH-2, Swarna, Baismuthi, Bahadur,
Tarasuli, IR 64, MTU 1010
Bihar (20)
Swarna sub 1, Abhisek, Annada, Anjali,R. Maheswari, R.Sweta, MTU
7029, , PR 113, R. Bagawati, NDR 359, Saryug 52, HKR-47, Pant-12,
Pant 18, BPT 5204, MTU 1010 , , US 312, Arize 6444, Swarna, Pant 10
Chhattisgarh
Swana, Mahamaya, MTU-1010, MTU-1001, Bambleswari, IR-16,
(15)
KRH-2, Arize 6444, 6444 Gold, DRH-775, VNR-2245, NK-6201, US
312, PS-835, BPT 5204,
Jharkhand (6)
Abhisek,Lalat, KRH-2, IR-64, MTU 1010, PHB 71,
Odisha (32)
Naveen, Varshadhan, Geetanjali, Sahabhagidhan, Swarna Sub-1,
Ajay, Rajalaxmi, Moti, Kalajeera, Nua Dhusara, ketakijoha, Suru
Samlei, Pooja, Gayatri, Sarala,Ranidhan, Pratikhya, RGL 2537, RGL
2538, KRH-2, Pooja, Swarna, Lalat, Khandagiri, Badala, Ravana,
MTU 1001, MTU 1010, RGL 2538, Kalachampa, Pravati, Pani Dubki
West Bengal Swarna sub 1, CR 1017, Satabdi, Varshadhan, Naveen,IET
(18)
4786, Gotra Bidhan 1, MTU 1010, Pratiksha, Swarna sub 1,
MTU 1001, IR 64, Jarava, NC 492, IET 4094, MTU 7092, Lalat,
Swarna,
Eastern
(40)
UP Saket 4, Swarna sub 1,Narendra 97, Narendra 118, Shuk
Samrat, Baranideep, Hanhar (Lalmati), Narendra 359, Sarju
52, BPT 5204 , NDR 8002, Jal Lahari, Barh Avarodhi, Jal priya,
MTU 1001, ant dhan 12, Swarna, Malviya Dhan 36, Malviya
Sugandhan 4-3, Malviya Sugandhan 105, Malvi 105, Malvi 43,
Pusa Bas 1( Improved), Pusa Sugandhan 2, Pusa Sugandhan
3, Pusa Sugandhan 4, BallabhBas 22, Narendra dhan 2064,
Arize 6444, PHB 71, KRH 2, DRRH 2, DRH 775, JKRH 40, GK
5003, Pusa Basmati, IET 4786, MTU 1010, PAC 835, PRH 122,
JK 401,
Major concerns- for immediate attention
A. Technological concerns
• Awareness of ecology based varietal adoption.
• Availability of good quality seed in sufficient quantity for new
varieties- major hindrance to replace old varieties ( >10 yrs.)
• Commercialization of agril. implements, esply. developed for small
and marginal farmers.
• Storage of produce at appropriate moisture content to avoid quality
deterioration and distress sale.
C. Technical concerns
• Coordination among CSC, SLMT/NLMT and DLMT ( Workshop,
Interaction meet, combined monitoring)
• All correspondances, esply., Periodica report – copy to nodal centreCRRI,
• Selection of beneficiaries and their fields,----- absentee farmers !!!!!
•‘Site specific intervention’ and ‘Asset building activities’ timeliness,
•Confusion in hierarchical roll of CSC- NLMT- SSC- DLMT in
monitoring system
Contd..
• Time lag / extension machinery for availability of all inputs in
time to the farmers.
•Timely availability of soil test report, well ahead of the cropping
season for soil test based fertilizer recommendation,
• Seed chain for production and fast transport of seeds to the
farmers’ door steps.
• Procurement / disposal of farm produce
• Crop insurance system, especially at risk-prone regions / State,
C. Financial concerns
•Item-wise breakup of fund is awaited. We have sent the request to
DAC on 26.5.2014 and again reminder on 17.10.2014, problem to
disburse fund to SAU and to incure internal expenditure,
•Non utilization and submission of SOE from SAUs- An amount
15.00 lakh was remitted to SAUs of all seven states during 201213.
•Only IGKV (Rs. 1.43 lakh / 2.5 lakh, dt. 27.6.13), RAU, Bihar
(Rs. 41,790 / 1.0 lakh, dt.6.3.14 ), BHU (Rs. 2.49 / 2.5, dt.21.7.14)
submitted SOE.
•No fund was remitted for 2013-14 BGREI programme due to nonsubmission of SOE; unspent balance is 11.97 lakh in SAUS head.
O.B. as on 01-042013
Head
1
3
5
6
7
Closing Balance (67)
9
-11665.00
48800.00
30435.00
876883.00
181600.00
65565.00
865218.00
230400.00
96000.00
865281.00
230400.00
96000.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
2
Recurring
CONTRACTUAL SERVICES (A)
Pay & Allowance of
1 contractual staff (SRF-4)
2 Computer Specialist-1
3 Office Assistant-1
total fund
available(3+5)
fund released
Total (A)
Expenditure
1124048.00
TA (B)
1
T.A. (i) CRRI Director
2
T.A. (i) CRRI Scientists
T.A. (ii) Other than CRRI
(SAUs/ Other ICAR Inst.)
Other Expenses including
publication of study
material
Office Expenses (lump
sum)
3
Total (B)
Total Recurring (A + B)
Non-Recurring Items: Equipments (C)
(i)
Laptop-1
Colour Laser
Printer
(ii)
(iii)
Scanner-1
Grain Moisture
Meter
(iv)
Total Non Recurring (C)
GRAND TOTAL (Recurring +NonRecurring)- A + B + C
0.00
100000.00
100000.00
375672.00
301952.00
677624.00
616495.00
61129.00
197500.00
1200000.00
1397500.00
200000.00
1197500.00
103069.00
150000.00
253069.00
232130.00
20939.00
0.00
100000.00
100000.00
15519.00
84481.00
2255762.00
1464049.00
1851952.00
2976000.00
743811.00
3719811.00
100000.00
80000.00
0.00
80000.00
79275.00
725.00
60000.00
20000.00
0.00
0.00
60000.00
20000.00
59325.00
15800.00
675.00
4200.00
420000.00
0.00
420000.00
266616.00
153384.00
580000.00
0.00
580000.00
421016.00
158984.00
1323811.00
2976000.00*
4299811.00
2676778.00
1623033.00
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