A training programme on seed production and crop management practices in field crops was conducted on 7th March , 2020 at Seed Research and Technology Centre to the women farmers of the Munigonipally Village, Deverkadira Mandal, Mahbubnagr Dist. under the project entitled “Promotion of improved crop varieties in pulses/oilseeds through large scale seed production” funded by Department of Biotechnology (DBT)- Krishi Innovation Science Application Network (KISAN)-Indian Society of Agribusiness Professionals (ISAP). Because of wilt sick soils of the village, TDRG-4 (Hanuma) a wilt tolerant redgram variety was distributed to the farmers of Minugonipally village this year during kharif. Since the objective of the programme is to multiply the seed, the farmers were regularly trained during the crop season on best management practices and maintenance of purity at field level. Most of the beneficiaries’ had followed the suggestions and could raise a good crop. During the field day conducted on 13th January, 2020, farmers had requested to impart training programme on seed production and crop management practices, post harvest management in field crops to the women farmers who are the real field workers. Hence, it was felt necessary to impart training programme to disseminate the technology. During the trainng programme farmers were taken around the processing plant and seed testing laboratory to give knowledge on post harvest activities like processing and seed germination testing. The training programme commenced at 9.30 AM during which lectures were delivered by Dr. Durga Rani Principal Scientist (Oil Seeds), Dr. C. V. Sameer Kumar, Principal Scientist (Millets), Dr. Y. Chandramohan, Sr. Scientist (Rice. Br.), Dr. A. Padma, Sr. Scientist (Entomology) and Dr. B. Pushpavathi, Principal Scientist (Pathology). Dr. D. Shashibhushan, Sr. Scientist SRTC explained the processing aspects and facilitated smooth conduct of the programme. Vijay kumar and thirty women farmers participated in the training programme. At the end Dr. T. Pradeep Director (Seeds) emphasized the need to produce seeds of crops like paddy, groundnut, and pulses in their own farms. Once trained a group of farmers can come together to produce the seed required for the entire village. This is how self sustainability is achieved and the same activity can be further up scaled on commercial scale.