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Technical Program 2018-19: Cropping System

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No Cropping System Program for Agra Centre during 2018-19

 

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No Cropping System Program for Akola Centre during 2018-19

 

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No

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1

 

No Cropping System Program for Ananthapuramu Centre during 2018-19

 

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Code PI&

Co- PIs

Title/Objectives/Crop/Treatments/Observations/Analysis

1.

ARJIA/CS/

CROPS/KH/

2015

 

PI & Co- PIs

JKB

AKK 

Evaluation of maize based strip cropping system under dryland conditions 

Objectives:

  • To find out suitable strip cropping system under dryland conditions
  • To find out economically viable cropping system

 

Crops: Maize, blackgram, sorghum (fodder) and maize (Pusa Chari)

Treatments:

       T1:  Maize (2/3 area) + sorghum fodder (1/3 area)

       T2:  Maize (2/3 area) + maize fodder (1/3 area)

T3:  Black gram (2/3 area) + sorghum fodder (1/3 area)

T4:  Black gram (2/3 area) + maize fodder (1/3 area)

T5:  Blackgram + maize chari fodder (2:2) intercropping

T6:  Blackgram  + sorghum fodder (2:2) intercropping

T7:  Farmer's practice (Higher seed rate of maize with spacing at 45 cm)

Design: RBD, Replications: 3

Plot size : Main crop 2/3 area in 2.4 m

Sub crop 1/3 area in 1.2 m

Gross:3.6 m x 10.0 m 

 

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1.

BS/CS/ICS/

2015/OS

 

PI & Co-PIs

AK

MJS

AY

VK

 

Effect  of strip-intercropping on growth and yield of maize and cowpea under  different land configurations 

Objectives:

  • To determine the effects of strip intercropping of maize and cowpea on the growth and yield of each crop
  • To identify optimum land configuration and strip width
  • To select the economically viable system

 

Treatments:            

A: Land configuration

1.       Slope 1%

2.       Slope 2%

3.       Slope 3%

B: Cropping system

Maize: cowpea strip (m)

1.       6.0 : 0

2.       4.5 : 1.5

3.       3.0 : 3.0

4.       4.5 : 1.5

5.       0 : 6.0

Design: Split plot   ;   Replications-3

 

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1.

BENG/CS/ CROP/2018/OS

 

PI & Co-PI

MNT

MUD

BGV

DK

MC

 

Agronomic investigations on guni method of finger millet    production

  • Standardize agro-techniques for guni method of finger millet production
  • To establish the relationship between plant population and crop productivity

 

Treatments:

A. Establishment technique

E1: Conventional drilling (30  × 7.5 cm)

E2: Guni system (30 × 30 cm)

B. Varieties

V1: Long duration variety (MR-1)

V2: Medium duration variety (GPU-28)

C. Planking

P1: Control

P2: Planking at 20 DAS

P3: Planking at 30 DAS

 

S.

No

Code PI & Co-PIs 

Title/Objectives/Crop/Treatments /Observations/Analysis

1

IJA/CS/

Clusterbean/

2015/OS

(Coll. with CAZRI)

 

PI & Co-PIs

VSS

SBP

MSS

Response of cluster bean (gum) genotypes to planting geometry and nutrient management

Objectives:

  • To evaluate and identify the suitable genotype
  • To standardize the suitable planting geometry 

Treatments

•       Main Plot: Planting geometry

–      45 x 10 cm

–      45 x 20 cm

–      60 x 10 cm

–      60 x 20 cm

•       Sub Plot: Genotypes - three

•       Conservation furrow in alternate row

 Design: Split plot ; Replications: 3

2.

VIJA/CS/

2018/OS

 

PI & Co-PIs

VSS

SBP

VGY

MSS

 Identification of suitable land management units and nutrient management for optimizing chickpea yield in Koulagi watershed.

Objectives:

  • To assess the productivity of chickpea in different land management units (LMU’s)
  • To determine the nutrient requirement of chickpea under different land management units (LMU’s)
  • To work out the nutrient balance under different land management units (LMU’s)

Crop: Chickpea

Treatments:

Main plot: Land management units (LMU’s)

T1:LMU 1

T2:LMU 3

T3:LMU 5

T4:LMU 7

Sub plots: Nutrient management

T1:Farmers practice (25:35:0 NPK kg/ha)

T2:25:50:0 NPK kg/ha (RDF)

T3: 37.5:75: 0 (150% OF RDF)

Design : Split plot , Replications : 03

 

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PI & Co-PI

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1. 

BNCI/CS/IC/

2016/OS

 

PI & Co-PIs

DS

PKS

PB

AS

PN

Rajmah  based intercropping system with rabi  crops under rainfed upland condition

 

Objectives: 

  • To study feasibility of growing  different rabi  crops as intercrops  with rajmah
  • To study yield and income under intercropping systems
  • To calculate the efficiency of intercropping systems

Treatments:

T1:  Sole rajmah

T2:  Sole toria

T3:  Sole linseed

T4:  Sole lentil

T5:  Sole buckwheat

T6:  Rajmah + toria ( 1 : 1)

T7:  Rajmah +linseed ( 1 : 1)

T8:  Rajmah + lentil ( 1 : 1)

T9: Rajmah + buckwheat ( 1 : 1)

T10: Rajmah + toria ( 2 : 1)

T11: Rajmah +linseed ( 2 : 1)

T12:  Rajmah + lentil (2: 1)

T13: Rajmah + buckwheat(2: 1)

Mechanization, in-situ moisture conservation

Design: RBD;  Replications-3

3. 

BNCI/CS/IC/

2016/OS

 

PI & Co-PIs

DS

PKS

PB

AS

PN

To study the maize based triple cropping systems under rainfed upland situations 

 

Objectives: 

 

To study feasibility of maize based in suitable cropping systems

To study productivity and income of each system

To work out soil nutrient status before and after each cropping 

 

Treatments:

T1: Maize+ blackgram -toria- greengram

T2: Maize+ blackgram - linseed - greengram

T3: Maize+ blackgram - buckwheat - greengram

T4: Maize+ blackgram - niger - greengram

T5: Maize+ blackgram - rajmah - greengram

T6: Maize+ blackgram - potato- greengram

T7: Maize+ greengram - toria - blackgram

T8: Maize+ greengram - linseed - blackgram

T9: Maize+ greengram - buckwheat - blackgram

T10: Maize+ greengram - niger - blackgram

T11: Maize+ greengram - rajmah - blackgram

T12: Maize+ greengram - potato - blackgram

Design: RBD;   Replications-3

3.

BNCA/CS/

/2018/NL

 

PI & Co- PIs

AS

NB

PS (CS, RARS, NL)

PKS

PB

PN

Objectives:

  • To study the effect of rice varieties on the performance of subsequent rabi crops
  • To find out the efficiency of harvested rainwater on productivity of rabi crops.
  • To relate harvest potential of farm pond with water required under different treatment combinations

 

Rabi crops (3):

C1: Niger

C2: Toria

C3: Pea

Protective irrigation (2):

R1: Flooding irrigation (during dry spell)

R2: Life saving irrigation by sprinkler (during dry spell)

Plot Size:

10m x 5m

Design: Split plot, Replications: 3 

 

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PI& Co-PIs

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No Cropping System Program for Chianki Centre during 2018-19

 

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1.

FAIZ/ CS/ Crops/2016/OS

 

PI& Co-PIs

RK

NK

HCS

 

Production potential of rice-based cropping sequences under rainfed condition.

Objectives:

  • To study the production potential of various rice-based cropping systems
  • To assess the economics of different cropping systems.

Treatments:

Kharif- Rice

Rabi-Wheat, barley, chickpea, fieldpea, lentil, mustard, linseed, saflower

Design: RBD  ; Replications-3 

 

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Co-PIs

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No Cropping System Program for Hisar Centre during 2018-19

 

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1

INDO/CS/

2018 /OS

 

PI & Co-PIs

DVB

DHR

OPG

Evaluation of double cropping systems in rainfed Vertisols.

Objectives :

  • To study the most suitable cropping sequence under rainfed condition.
  • To work out the economics of different cropping sequences.

Crops sequence: 3

Treatments:

A.     Rainfed condition : 

B.     T1: Soybean-chickpea-mustard/toria - safflower

C.     T2: Maize-chickpea-mustard/toria-safflower

T3: Blackgram-chickpea-mustard/toria-safflower

 

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1

JPUR/CS/

DCS/

2016/OS

 

PI & Co-PIs

AP

TPC

Rice based double cropping system under gabhar situation for use of residual moisture.

Objectives

  • To identify the second crop after rice
  • To study of growth response with residual soil moisture.
  • To analyze economics

Crop: Rice, field pea and chickpea

Treatments :

T1: Relay cropping of field pea (Utera)

T2: Relay cropping of chickpea (Utera)

T3: Conventional tillage (2 pass of country plough and sowing of seed) for field pea

T4: Conventional tillage (2 pass of country plough and sowing of seed) for chickpea

T5: Zero till sowing of field pea

T6: Zero till sowing of chickpea

Design: RBD; Replications-4

Plot size : 5 m x 4 m; Spacing : 20 cm x 8 cm

 

     

 

S.

No

Code PI &Co-PI

Title/Objectives/Crop/Treatments/Observations/Analysis

1.

 

No Cropping System Program for Kovalpatti Centre during 2018-19

 

S.

No

Code PI & Co-PIs

Title/Objectives/Crop/Treatments/Observations/Analysis

1

PARB/CS/

SC/2018/OS

 

PI & Co-PIs

MSP

BVA

GRH

 

Evaluation of soybean + pigeonpea strip cropping for mechanical harvesting

Objectives: 

 

  • To study the various strip cropping  for soybean  and pigeonpea  crops
  • To find out suitable ratio for soybean and pigeonpea strip cropping
  • To study the economic  feasibility of the treatments

Treatments:

1. Soybean sole

2. Pigeon pea sole

3. Soybean + pigeon pea strip of 3.6 m each (8 & 4 rows/strip)

4. Soybean + pigeon pea strip of 5.4 m each  (12 & 9 rows/strip)

5. Soybean + pigeon pea strip of 7.2 m each  (16 & 8 rows/strip)

6. Soybean + pigeon pea strip of 10.8 m each  (24 & 12 rows/strip)

     7. Soybean + pigeon pea strip of 14.4 m each  (32 & 16 rows/strip

 

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Co-PIs

Title/ Objectives/Crop/ Treatments/Observations/Analysis

1

 

No Cropping System Program for Phulbani Centre during 2018-19

 

Sl.

No

Code  PI & Co-PI

Title/Objectives /Crop/Treatments/Observations/Analysis

1.

RAJK/CS/

2015/OS (modified in 2017)

 

PI & Co-PIs

DSH

MSG

 

Production potential and economics of cotton based intercropping systems

 Objectives:

  • To evaluate different intercropping systems for crop productivity and economics

Cotton (Bt. Hybrid-8); groundnut (GG-5);

greengram (GM-4); blackgram (Guj. BG-1); gum guar (Guj.Guuar-1); sesame (Guj. Til-2); soybean (JS-335); cowpea (Guj. Cowpea-4)                                 

Treatments:

T1: Sole cotton

T2: Cotton + groundnut (1:1) 

T3: Cotton + greengram (1:1) 

T4: Cotton + blackgram(1:1)

T5: Cotton + gum guar (1:1)

T6: Cotton + sesame (1:1)

T7: Cotton + soybean (1:1)

T8: Cotton + cow pea (1:1)

Design : RBD  ;  Replications-3

 

 

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Code PI & Co-PI

 Title/Objectives/Crop/Treatments/Observations/Analysis

1.

ARJIA/CS/

CROPS/KH/

2015

 

PI & Co- PIs

JKB

AKK 

 

Evaluation of maize based strip cropping system under dryland conditions

Objectives:

  • To find out suitable strip cropping system under dryland conditions
  • To find out economically viable cropping system

Crops: Maize, blackgram, sorghum (fodder) and maize (Pusa Chari)

Treatments:

T1:  Maize (2/3 area) + sorghum fodder (1/3 area)

T2:  Maize (2/3 area) + maize fodder (1/3 area)

T3:  Black gram (2/3 area) + sorghum fodder (1/3 area)

T4:  Black gram (2/3 area) + maize fodder (1/3 area)

T5:  Blackgram + maize chari fodder (2:2) intercropping

T6:  Blackgram  + sorghum fodder (2:2) intercropping

T7:  Farmer's practice (Higher seed rate of maize with spacing at 45 cm)

Design: RBD, Replications: 3

Plot size : Main crop 2/3 area in 2.4 m

Sub crop 1/3 area in 1.2 m

Gross:3.6 m x 10.0 m 

 

 

S.

No.

Code PI &

Co-PIs

Title/ Objectives/Crop/ Treatments/Observations / Analysis

1

REWA/CS/

2018/OS

 

PI & Co-PIs

NKK

SMK

DPD

Performance of pigeonpea based intercropping systems under rainfed condition

Objectives:

 

  • To optimize the productivity and economics of pigeonpea based intercropping systems
  • To assess the economics of different inter cropping systems.

 

Treatments:

T1: Pigeonpea + Soybean (1:1)

T2: Pigeonpea + Soybean (1:2)

T3: Pigeonpea + Greengram (1:1)

T4: Pigeonpea + Greengram (1:2)

T5: Pigeonpea + Blackgram (1:1)

T6: Pigeonpea + Blackgram (1:2)

T7: Pigeonpea + Sesame (1:1)

T8: Pigeonpea + Sesame (1:2)

T9: Pigeonpea sole

Design: RBD ;    Replications - 3

 

S.

No

Code PI & Co-PI

Title/Objectives/Crop/Treatments/Observations/Analysis

1

 

 

No Cropping System Program for SK Nagar Centre during 2018-19

 

 

Sl. No

Code PI & Co-PIs

Title/Objectives/Crop/Treatments/Observations/Analysis

1.

SOLA/CS/

ICS/2017/OS

 

PI & Co-PIs

RMG

VMA

Evaluation of sorghum + cowpea (fodder) strip cropping systems

Objectives:

 

  • To introduce sustainable cropping system including fodder in the sorghum mono-cropped area in the rabi sorghum base production system
  • To minimize the risk and increase the productivity per unit of land.
  • To study the economics of cropping system.

Treatments:

Sole sorghum (Phule vasudha)

Sole cowpea Shweta (fodder)

T1:Sorghum + cowpea (2:4) at 45 cm row spacing

T2:Sorghum + cowpea (2:6) at 30 cm row spacing

T3:Sorghum + cowpea (3:3) at 45 cm row spacing

T4:Sorghum + cowpea(4:4) at 30 cm row spacing

T5:Sorghum + cowpea  (6:6) at 45 cm row spacing

T6:Sorghum + cowpea  (2:1) at 45 cm row spacing

T7:Sorghum + cowpea  (2:1) at 30 cm row spacing

Design :  RBD    ;    Replication -3

Plot size: Gross: 5.4 m  x 6.0 m

2. 

SOLA/CS/

ICS/2015/OS

 

PI & Co-PIs

RMG

VMA

Pigeonpea based fodder systems for kharif under dryland conditions

Objectives:

  • To identify suitable green fodder crops for intercropping
  • To study the economics of  pigeonpea base intercropping  systems

Crops: Pigeonpea (Vipula)

Sorghum: Phule/ Amruta /Godhan /Ruchira

Cowpea: Sweta; Bajra: Giant bajra

Maize: African Tall

Treatments :

T1: Pigeonpea + sorghum fodder (1:3)

T2: Pigeonpea + cowpea fodder (1:3)

T3: Pigeonpea + bajra fodder (1:3)

T4: Pigeonpea + maize fodder (1:3)

T5: Sole Pigeonpea 

T7: Sole Sorghum fodder

T8: Sole Cow pea fodder

T9: Sole Bajra fodder

T10: Sole Maize fodder

Design: RBD   ;   Replications-3

 

S.

No.

Code PI & Co-PIs

Title/ Objectives/Crop/ Treatments,Observations/Analysis

   

No Cropping System Program for Varanasi Centre during 2018-19

 

 

Village: Yerraguntapalli                     Mandal: Peapully                       District: Kurnool

Sl.

No

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Co-PIs

Title/Objectives /Crop/Treatments/Observations/Analysis

On farm-Participatory  Research /Technology Development and Refinement

1

ANAN/

PTD/

CS/

GNUT/

2015-17/

ORP

 

PI &Co PIs

AMR

KB

MSR

BSRCRK

To evaluate intercropping systems

Objectives:

  • To evaluate the major rainfed crop based intercropping system with suitable implements and land configuration / in-situ moisture conservation practice
  • To study the performance of the intercropping for higher yield and income

 T1-Groundnut + pegionpea (11:1)intercropping system

T2-Castor

+pegionpea(5:1) intercropping system

Crop–equivalent yield and economics

 

 

 

 

Village : Nevariaya                         Mandal : Gangarar                     District : Chittorgarh

Sl.

No

Code PI &

Co-PIs

Title/Objectives /Crop/Treatments /Observations/Analysis

On farm-Participatory  Research /Technology Development and Refinement

1

ARJI/PTD

CS/CROP/ 2015-17/

ORP

 

 

PI & Co-PIs

AKK

RKS

JKB

To evaluate intercropping systems

Objectives:

  • To evaluate the major rainfed crop based intercropping system with suitable implements  / in-situ moisture conservation practice
  • To study the performance of the intercropping for higher yield and income

Crops: Maize, blackgram,

groundnut, sesame

Implement: Intercropping seed drill, Bullock drawn plough

Treatments :

A. Maize + blackgram

 i. Maize sole        

ii. Maize + blackgram (2:2)

iii. Maize based mixed cropping

B. Groundnut + sesame

i. Groundnut sole

ii. Groundnut  +  sesame (6:2) 

iii. Mixed cropping of groundnut and  sesame

C. Sorghum + greengram

i Sorghum sole

ii Sorghum + greengram (2:1)

iii Mixed cropping of sorghum and greengram

Days to maturity for  sole crops, days to maturity  for  intercrops, grain/Seed yield of sole crops, stalk yield of sole crops, grain yield of Main crop, grain yield of intercrops, stalk yields of main crop, stalk yield of intercrops, equivalent Yield of main crop in the intercropping system,

LER

2

ARJI/PTD

CS/

CROP/ 2015-17/

ORP

PI & Co-PIs

AKK

RKS

JKB

Contingency crop planning

Objectives:

  • To assess the suitability of different crop contingency measures to minimize the risk of crop failure
  • To evaluate the effect of different contingency plans

Crops: Maize, sorghum

blackgram, greengram,

groundnut, sesame,

horsegram,

Early sowing (before 27 SMW)

Intercropping with pulses, spray of 0.05% thiourea after >10 days dryspell

Normal sowing (27 & 28 SMW)

Intercropping with pulses, spray of 0.05% thiourea after >10 days dryspell

Late sowing (After 28 SMW)

Intercropping with pulses, spray of 0.05% thiourea  after >10 days dryspell, sowing of sesame / blackgram / sorghum (fodder) on normal soil  and  horsegram on marginal land, high seed rate, removal of alternate plants/ alternate rows in case of extreme drought

Crops: as given earlier

Economics

 

 

Village:Behdarya                                Taluk :Talwara                     District: Hoshiarpur

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PI & Co-PI

Title/ Objective/Crops /Treatments/Observations/Analysis

On farm-Participatory  Research /Technology Development and Refinement

  1.  

BS/TU /

CS/CROPS

2015/

ORP

 

PI & Co-PIs

VS

MJS

AK

Demonstration of   raya intercropping in wheat under rainfed conditions

Objective:

  • To evaluate the effect of different raya varieties on yield and economics of wheat under rainfed condition

Wheat

T1: Sole wheat 

T2: Raya Row 3 m apart in wheat

T3: Raya crop on the boundary

Days to maturity of both crops

Grain & Straw Yield of main and intercrop

Harvest index

Economics

Crop seasonal rainfall

RWUE

 

 

Villages: Baichenahalli, Irakasandra              Taluk:Koratagere          District:Tumakuru

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Co-PIs

Title/Objectives/Crop/Treatments/Observations/Analysis

On farm-Participatory Research/Technology Development and Refinement

1

BANG/PTD/

CS/CROP/

2015-18/ORP

 

PI &Co-PIs

BKR

DK

MNT

AS

Evaluation of maize and pigeonpea intercropping system

Objectives :

Introduction of maize + pigeonpea intercropping system for crop diversification to maintain soil fertility, higher productivity besides staggered income

Crops: Maize, Pigeonpea

 

Treatments:

T1:Maize+ pigeonpea (1:1)

T2: Sole maize

Intercropping systems: as given earlier

 

Technology Upscaling

1

BANG/TU

CS/ GNUT/

2015-18 / ORP

 

PI &

Co-PIs

Agronomist

BKR

DK

MNT

AS

Evaluation of Groundnut based production system

Objectives:

  • Introduction of groundnut based production systems for higher productivity and improving soil fertility

Crops: Groundnut, pigeonpea, castor

Treatments:

T1: Groundnut + pigeonpea (8:2)

T2: Groundnut + castor (8:1)

T3. Farmer practice (groundnut + akkadi)

Intercropping systems: as given earlier

Farmers’ feedback

 

 

Village: Gonda                               Mandal: Meral                               District: Garhwa

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Code PI & Co-PIs

Title/ Objectives/Crop/ Treatments/Observation

On farm-Participatory  Research /Technology Development and Refinement

1

CHIA/PTD

CS/CROPS/

2015-17/

ORP

 

PI & Co-PIs

DNS

To evaluate intercropping systems

Objectives:

  • To evaluate the major rainfed crop based intercropping system with suitable implements and land configuration / in-situ moisture conservation practice
  • To study the performance of the intercropping for higher yield and income

Crops: Pigeonpea + Maize

Treatments :

T1-Improved variety of pigeonpea(Bahar)+maize(Kanchan)

T2-Local  variety of pigeonpea+maize

Seed yield, straw yield,  economics, crop seasonal  rainfall (mm)  No. of Dry spell and what stage of crops, Duration of each Dry spell (mention days and month), RWUE

 

Technology Upscaling

2

CHIA /TU

CS/

CHICKPEA

2015-16/

ORP

 

PI & Co-PIs

DNS

Cultivation of chickpea in rabi season on residual moisture after rice harvest under minimum tillage condition

Objectives:

  • To utilize available moisture in lowland for increasing cropping intensity

Crop: Chickpea

Treatments :

V1- KPG-59

V2 –Farmer´s variety

Seed yield, straw yield,  economics, crop seasonal  rainfall (mm)  No. of dry spell and stage of crops, duration of each dry spell, RWUE

3

CHIA /TU /CS/CROPS2015-16    /ORP

PI & Co-PIs

DNS

Popularization of  pigeonpea  + okra intercropping  system.

Crops: Pigeonpea + okra

Treatments: 02

 T1 - Improved variety   of Pigeonpea (Bahar) + Okra (OH-597)

 T2 – Local variety Pigeonpea (Local) + Okra (Local).

Observation:

Seed yield, straw yield,  economics, crop seasonal  rainfall (mm)  No. of dry spell and stage of crops, duration of each dry spell, RWUE

 

 

                  Village : Chhaparjogiyan                                               District:Bhiwani

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Code PI &

Co-PI

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On farm-Participatory Research /Technology Development and Refinement

1

HISA/ PTD/

CS/ CROP/

 2014 -17/

ORP

 

PI &

Co-PIs

RSM

PKB

 

Demonstration of improved practices  in different crops

 

Objective:

  • To demonstrate the  impact of adoption of full package of practices

Crop: Clusterbean, sesame/ Til and mungbean in kharif

 

Chickpea, mustard and barley in rabi

 Treatments :

T1- Farmer’s practice

T2- Package of practices

kharif

Clusterbean/mungbean:

Seed yield, Stalk yield, 100 seed weight, Nodulation, Crop seasonal rainfall (mm),No. of dry spells and  stage of crop, duration of each dry spell (with days and month), RWUE

Sesame:

Days to maturity, 1000 seed weight

Seed yield, Stalk yield, Harvest index, Economics, RWUE, Farmers' feedback

 rabi

Chickpea: Days to maturity, Seed yield

Stalk yield, Harvest index, 100 seed weight, Economics, Crop seasonal rainfall (mm), No. of dry spells and  stage of crop, duration of each dry spell (with days and month), RWUE

Mustard: As given earlier

Barley:

 Days to maturity, Grain yield, Straw yield,  Harvest index, 1000 grain weight, Economics

Crop seasonal rainfall (mm)

No. of dry spells and  stage of crop, duration of each dry spell (with days and month), RWUE, Farmers' feedback

2

HISA/

PTD/

CS/

CROP/

2014-16/

ORP

 

PI &

Co-PIs

PKB

RSM

Evaluation of  strip cropping of pearlmillet +clusterbean/ greengram

Objective:

Assessing  the performance  of pearlmillet +clusterbean/ greengram intercropping system with suitable land configuration and implement

Crops: Pearlmillet,  Clusterbean/ Mungbean

Treatments :

T1- Pearlmillet sole (45 cm)

 T2- Pearlmillet +  clusterbean/ mungbean

(8:4) (30  cm)

Intercropping system: As given above

Farmers' feedback on any refinement

Technology Upscaling

3

HISA/TU

CS/

CROP/

2014/17/

ORP

 

PI &

Co-PIs

PKB

RSM

Weed management in mustard

Objectives:

  • To control weeds so as to enhance productivity of mustard
  • To work out economics of different treatments

Crop: Mustard

  1. Weeding with Kasola at 30 DAS
  2. Weeding with wheel hand hoe at 30 DAS

Mustard: as given earlier

Weeding dry matter and weed control efficiency at different stages, weed index

Farmers’ feedback

Any refinement

                      

 

   Villages: Hingani                                Taluk: Man                                District: Satara

                S.

No

Code PI &

Co-PI

Title/Objectives /Crop/Treatments/Observations/Analysis

On farm-Participatory  Research /Technology Development and Refinement

1

SOLA/ PTD/CS/

CROP/

2015-17

 

PI&

Co-PIs

 SBT

SKU

DBB VAM

Assessment of recommended intercropping systems under rainfed condition

 

Objective:

  • To demonstrate  stabilize the productivity of intercropping systems under dryland condition

Crops: Pearlmillet, Sunflower, pigeonpea

 

Treatments :

T1- Pearlmillet + pigeonpea (2:1)

T2- Sunflower + pigeonpea (2:1)

T3 - Control – Sole Cropping of Respective crop

Economics,Days to maturity for  sole crops, Days to maturity  for  intercrops, Grain yield, Straw yield, Equivalent yield of main crop in the intercropping system, LER, Crop seasonal rainfall (mm)

No. of dry spells and at what stage of crop, duration of each dry spell (mention days and month)

RWUE, Farmers' feed back

2

SOLA/

PTD/ CS/

CROP/

2015 - 17/

ORP

PI&

Co-PIs

SBT

SKU

DBB VAM

Sequence cropping

 

Objective:

To verify the performance of double cropping systems on medium deep soils.

Crops: Greengram,   cowpea

Treatments :

T1. Kharif greengram followed by rabi sorghum.

T2. Kharif cowpea followed by rabi sorghum.

T3. Control – Farmers practice (Kharif fallow – Rabi (sorghum)

Nodulation in legumes

Rain water productivity

Economics

Greengram/Cowpea, Seed yield, Stalk yield, 100 seed weight

Crop seasonal rainfall (mm)

No. of dry spells and at what stage of crop, duration of each dry spell (mention days and month), RWUE

Farmers' feed back

Technology Upscaling

3

SOLA/ TU/CS/

CROP/

2015 - 17/

ORP

 

SBT

DBB SKU VAM

Demonstrations of improved genotypes of pearlmillet, mothbean and horsegram under rainfed condition.

 

Objective :

To test the performance of improved genotypes of major kharif crops.

1. Pearlmillet –     

 T1. Dhanshakti / shanty

 T2.  Local

2. Moth bean -           T1.MBS- 27

T2. Local

3. Horse Gram  -    

T1. Phule Sakas

T2. Local

Economics

Pearlmillet, moth bean, Horsegram,

Stalk yield, Grain yield

100 seed weight

Crop seasonal rainfall (mm)

No. of dry spells and at what stage of crop, duration of each dry spell (mention days and month) ,RWUE

Farmers' feed back

4

SOLA/ TU/CS/

CROP/

2015 - 17/

ORP

PI&

Co-PIs

SBT

DBB

SKU VAM

Introduction of hybrid napier - Phule Jayavant.

Objective -

To introduce the hybrid napier for fodder and to assess its production potential

T1. Hybrid napier -  Phule Jayavant (RBN-13)

T2. Maize - African tall

T3. Control – Farmers practice – Sorghum

Economic

Fodder yield

100 seed weight

Crop seasonal rainfall (mm)

No. of dry spells and at what stage of crop, duration of each dry spell (mention days and month)

RWUE

Farmers' feed back

5

SOLA/ TU/CS/

SORG/

2015-17

 

 PI&

Co-PIs

SBT

SKU

DBB VAM

 

Performance of rabi sorghum cultivars on  shallow, medium and deep soils.

 

Objective -

To test the production potential of improved sorghum cultivars on shallow, medium and deep soils.

  Crops: Sorghum

Treatments :

T1. Full package of practices with improved varieties

  1. Shallow soils – Phule Anuradha       Phule Anuradha
  2. Medium soils –Suchitra                      Phule Suchitra 
  3. Deep soils - Revati                               Phule Revati

T2. Control  :  Farmers’ practice – Local cultivar

Days to maturity

Grain yield,

Straw yield,

 Harvest index,

100 Grain Weight,

Economics,

Crop seasonal rainfall (mm)

No. of dry spells and at what stage of crop, duration of each dry spell (mention days and month),RWUE,Farmers' feed back

6

SOLA/ TU/CS/

SORG/

2015-17

 

 PI&

Co-PIs

SBT

SKU

DBB VAM

 

Maximization of production of  rabi sorghum and chickpea with improved technology.

Objective -

To maximize  the yield and profitability of rabi crops with adoption of improved package of practices.

T1. Full package of practices with improved varieties.

  1. Sorghum   – Phule Suchitra
  2. Chickpea  –  Digvijay  / Vijay

T2. Control – Farmers’ practice

 (Local variety of respective crops.)

Economics

Days to maturity

Grain yield, Straw yield,

 Harvest index,

1000 grain weight,

Economics,

Crop seasonal rainfall (mm)

No. of dry spells and at what stage of crop, duration of each dry spell (mention days and month)

RWUE, Farmers' feed back

7

SOLA/

TU/CS/

CROPS/

2015 – 17/

ORP

PI&

Co-PIs

SBT

DBB

SKU VAM

Effect of Optimum plant population on yield of rabi corps.

 Objective -

To Demonstrate the effect of Optimum plant population on yield of rabi corps.

  1. Thinning
  2. Farmers practice – No Thinning

Economics

Days to maturity

 Grain yield, Straw yield,

 1000 grain weight,

No. of dry spells and at what stage of crop,

Farmers' feed back

8

SOLA/

TU/CS/

CROPS/

2015 – 17/

ORP

PI&

Co-PIs

SBT

DBB

SKU VAM

Effect of Optimum plant population on yield of rabi corps.

 Objective -

To Demonstrate the effect of Optimum plant population on yield of rabi corps.

  1. Thinning
  2. Farmers practice – No Thinning

Economics

Days to maturity

 Grain yield, Straw yield,

 1000 grain weight,

No. of dry spells and at what stage of crop,

Farmers' feed back

 

 

 

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