Training cum Interaction meeting was conducted by Village Adoption Programme team of scientists, College of Agriculture, Rajendranagar in the Adopted village, Panchayat office Guduru, on 14-9-2022. The program was facilitated by the Sarpanch of the village Sri. Byagari Sattaiah and his office bearers. Gudur mandal as such has received less rain despite the heavy downpour in adjoining mandals and city surroundings. Concerns were raised on the Rabi cultivation and availability of ground water. Scientists, in their respective talk covered all aspects of field and vegetables viz., crop growth, package of practices to be followed, pest and disease control. The interaction raised the following issues 1. Non practice of dry and wet seeding of paddy 2. Lack of knowledge and fear of soil pollution on usage of Weedicides 3. Non use of Refugia in cotton. 4. Less adoption of mechanization and 5. Cultivation of private paddy varieties like Sadanand / Jabili. Farmers were advised to change their cultivation practices like weaning away from paddy transplanting, adoption of new measures of cultivation and to take up mechanization as much and as soon as possible. Farmer Training cum Scientist Interaction meeting was conducted under the guidance of VAP Chairman and the Associate Dean Dr. C. Narendra Reddy, Convenor Dr. T. Ramesh, Sr. Professor and Head, Crop Physiology, College of Agriculture, Rajendranagar, Dr. Ameer Basha, Department of Plant Pathology, Dr. S. Upender, Department of Entomology, Dr. P. Revathi, Department of Agronomy along with adopted village members. Other participants included ward members, Panchayat Secretary, PACS Vice chairman Sri. M. Padma Rao and about 25 progressive farmers. Special invitee to the meeting included Sri. G.S.R. Krishna, Director, Union Bank of India.