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Centre: SK.Nagar

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Saradar Krishinagar is located in Western Plain, Kachchh and part of Kathiawar peninsula, Rajasthan Bagar, north Gujarat Plain and southwestern Punjab plain (AESR 2.3). Annual rainfall is 782 mm. The program is implemented by AICRPDA centre, SK Nagar in Kalimati/Dholiya village, taluka Amirgadh, Banaskantha district and Chandanki village, taluka Becharaji in Mehsana district, Gujarat. The total cultivated area is 652.91ha (Kalimati/Dholiya) and 448.0 ha (Chandanki) out of which 322.91 ha and 423.0 ha (Chandanki) is rainfed. The mean annual rainfall is 1028.8 mm (Kalimati/Dholiya) and 1110.3 mm (Chandanki) with seasonal rainfall of 1028.8 mm (Kalimati/Dholiya) and 1110.3 mm (Chandanki) during kharif (July-September). The major soil types are sandy loam and clay. The major rainfed crops during kharif are pearlmillet, greengram, castor, cotton, blackgram, sorghum, clusterbean and maize and cumin during rabi. The number of small, marginal, medium and large farmers are 83, 49, 75 and 39 of Kalimati/Dholiya, while 60, 15, 37 and 31 of Chandanki, respectively. The source of irrigation is well, tube well, canal, check dam and farm ponds covering 51.05% Kalimati/Dholiya and 5.58 % Chandanki of cultivated area.

Normal and actual (2012) monthly rainfall at Kalimati village

Normal and actual (2012) monthly rainfall at S K Nagar

 

Village

name

Block

No. of tribal farmers

Total no. of farmers

Total area covered (ha)

Small

Marginal

Medium

Large

Wadi and Zariya

Nandod

69

71

66

17

223

452.3

 

In TSP adopted villages total 223 tribal farmers were participated in TSP during 2012-13 among these 69 small, 71 marginal, 66 medium and 17 large farmers from different villages. Under TSP, Narmada district covered about 452.3 ha area.

                                      

 

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