Awareness programme on management practices in turmeric &vegetables, fertilizer management in paddy and fish farming at adopted village, Veldurthi, Jagtial on 02-08-2022
- Reginal Agricultural Research Station, Polasa, Jagtial organized awareness programme on fertilizer management in paddy, management practices in vegetables and fish farming at adopted village, Veldurthi, Jagtial on 02.08.22.
- Dr. K. Swathi, Asst. Professor (Horticulture) suggested spraying multi K @ 10 g per litre of water and also spraying micro nutrients @ 2-4 g per litre of water. She also suggested application of neem cake @ 100 kg per acre when the sufficient moisture is in the field to avoid rhizome fly infestation.
- She also suggested drenching with copper oxy chloride @ 3g per litre of water to overcome damping off in vegetables and also suggested spraying of 19:19:19 @ 2 g per litre of water to overcome nutrient deficiency problem.
- Dr. P. Ravi, Scientist (Soil science and Agril. Chemistry) explained about the fertilizer management practices in paddy in view of excess rains and also enlightened about importance of PSB application in the fields which is capable of solubilizing inorganic phosphorus from insoluble compounds.
- Dr. D.A. Rajini Devi, Scientist (Agril. Economics) explained about the importance of maintaining farm records in knowing the gains and the losses and also in understanding the unproductive expenditure spent in cultivation.This ultimately helpful in developing farm plans.
- Sri. Mr. Kaparaboina Arun Kranthi, farmer and fish trainer shared his success story in fish farming and also motivated the farmers regarding the income advantage of integrated farming system through fish farming and poultry. He also enlightened about the marketing opportunities that are available for sale of fish.
- In this programme, Dr. D.A. Rajini Devi, Scientist (Ag. Economics), i/c of adopted village, Dr. K. Swathi, Asst. Professor (Horticulture), Dr. P. Ravi, Scientist (Soil science and Agril. Chemistry), Sri. Mr. Kaparaboina Arun Kranthi, farmer and fish trainer, Praveen Goud, Sarpanch, and 21 No. of farmers were participated.