Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Bellampalli, Mancherial in coordination with Indian Rice Research Institute, Rajendranagar, Hyderabad identified 200 number of tribal farmers from Mancherial district and aspirational district Komurum Bheem Asifabad and distributed 200 bags of rice seed (improved samba mashuri RP-Bio-226) and 200 bags of Neem powder on free cost basis. Accordingly, 160 farmers were selected from Mancherial district with the concern of the respective village Sarpanches and the beneficiaries as follows 20 farmers from Chandaram village and 10 farmers from Chellampet village of Luxittepet mandal, 20 farmers from Mandamarri village of Mandamarri mandal, 35 farmers from Manneguda, Savanpalli, Jandavenkatapur villages of Nennel Mandal, 75 farmers from Karnampet village of Dandepalli mandal and distributed the rice seed and neem powder bags. In the same way, 40 number of tribal farmers were selected from Lambadi Hetti village of Chintalmanepalli mandal in aspirational district Komurum Bheem Asifabad with the concern of the respective village Sarpanch, MPTC and distributed the 40 bags of rice seed and neem powder bags on 17th July 2020. Dr. M. Rajeshwar Naik, Programme Coordinator, headed all the distribution meetings and explained about Krishi Vigyan Kendra Bellampalli, Mancherial activities carried out under Tribal Sub Plan and the importance of regulatory crop management practices, importance of rice crop, nursery management practices, Integrated crop management practices in rice and all the major crops cultivated in the district keeping in view of doubling the farmers income. Dr. Shivakrishna Kota, SMS (Extension), invited the guests and briefed about extension studies carried out to the benefit of Tribal farmers and farming community of the district and concluded the meeting by giving the formal vote of thanks. For the above meeting, public representatives, MPPs, Sarpanches, RBS members, ADAs MAOs, AEOs and beneficiaries of respective villages were attended.