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Centre: Jagdalpur

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Jagdalpur centre is located in Garjat hills, Dandakarannya and eastern ghats eco-sub-region (AESR 12.1) and Bastar plateau agro-climatic zone in Chattisgarh. The climate is hot moist sub-humid. Annual normal rainfall is 1297 mm. The length of growing period is 180 – 210 days. The program is implemented by AICRPDA centre, Jagdalpur in Tahkapal, Tandpal and Gumiyapal villages in Tokapal, Tehsil, Bastar district, Chhattisgarh. The total cultivated area is 511.25 ha out of which 500 ha is rainfed. The mean annual rainfall is 1399 mm with seasonal rainfall of 1118.7 mm during kharif (June - September). The major soil types are shallow, medium to deep black mixed red and black soils. The major rainfed crops during kharif are rice, maize, minor millets, while during rabi are vegetables, chikpea, kulthi and niger. The number of marginal, small, medium and large farmers are 61, 269, 86 and 20 respectively. The ground water table is 6 to 15 m depending upon topography and season. The source of irrigation is farm ponds and wells covering 2% of cultivated area.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

               

       

 

       Normal and actual (2012) monthly rainfall at Jagdalpur

 Normal and actual (2012) monthly rainfall at Tahkapal village

 

Village

name

Block

No. of tribal farmers

Total no.

of farmers

Total area covered (ha)

Small

Marginal

Medium

Gumiyapal

Tokapal

6

7

7

20

15

Tahkapal

Tokapal

3

32

8

43

30

Tandpal

Tokapal

14

11

16

41

25

Total

23

50

31

104

70

 

In TSP adopted villages total 104 tribal farmers were participated in TSP during 2011-12 among these 23 small, 50 marginal and 31 medium farmers from different villages. Under TSP, Bastar district covered about 70 ha area where 15 ha from Gumiyapal, 30 ha from Tahkapal and 25 ha from Tandpal villages.

                                
 

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