Integrated Farming System

The Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Bangalore Rural has been assigned to implement IFSD programme in 18 selected villages of Bangalore Rural district. Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Bangalore Rural District has identified 2304 stakeholders including marginal, small, large farmers and land less families covering 18 villages of Hosahalli gramapanchayat, Doddaballapur taluk for the purpose of conducting base line survey and to implement the IFSD programme.

Whole process of identification and selection of villages was carried out in consultation with representatives of Local Bodies, Line Departments, Association, SHGs, etc. Following is the abstract of stakeholders identified : Sl. No. | Name of the village| No. of stakeholders| Sl. No. | Name of the village| No. of stakeholders| 1| Hosahalli | 368| 10| Mallasandra| 170| 2| Kukkalahalli | 41| 11| Yakarlahalli| 29| 3| Katteindalahalli | 35| 12| Jakkenahalli| 26| 4| Gundamgere | 435| 13| Ojenahalli| 106| 5| Bankenahalli | 73| 14| Kottigemachenahalli| 135| 6| Makali | 61| 15| Kalkunte| 64| 7| Vabasandra | 37| 16| Hosakote| 34| | Kadukunte | 37| 17| Bandemanahalli | 23| 9| Ujjani | 213| 18| Sonnenahalli | 54| Total stakeholders 2304 including landless (363)| ORIENTATION AND CAPACITY BUILDING Farmer’s representatives of all the selected 18 villages were provided orientation about the modalities and guidelines to be adopted for the implementation of IFSD programme. IFS INTERVENTIONS Most suitable combinations under Crop husbandry, Animal husbandry, Horticulture and other subsidiary enterprises were worked out in consultation with farmers of the locality through, PRA technique, group discussion, interaction, etc. . CROP COMPONENT a) Improved seeds Improved seeds of finger millet (var. MR-6, GPU-28 and ML-365), Maize (NAH-1137) and Red gram (BRG-2) were provided. b) Soil testing and analysis Arranged to collect and test 368 soil samples of all the selected villages using Soil Test Mobile Van for the purpose of site specific nutrient application. 2. HORTICULTURE COMPONENT Plant materials of backyard fruit crops such as Mango, Amla, Jamun, Musambi, Lime, Jack, Chakota, etc. , were provided as horticulture component in IFSD for farm families income sustenance. 3. ANIMAL COMPONENT

Animal health camps (three) were organized mainly to address infertility in bovine, disease management and other related aspects. Improved backyard poultry birds Var. Giriraja were provided to all farm families selected. 4. SOIL TESTING AND ANALYSIS Collected and soil samples analized 368 samples in the IFSD villages for the purpose of site specific nutrient application. TRAINING In addition to providing Crop, Horticulture and Animal components, simultaneously a total of 34 Off-campus and 2 On-campus training programmes were conducted to impart the technicality to suit under IFSD.

Farmers were trained a technical know-how with respect to scientific cultivation of crops, INM, IPDM, soil fertility management, value addition and good animal husbandry practices. 1. HIGHLIGHTS OF IFSD IMPLEMENTATION FOR THE YEAR 2011-12 AND 2012-13 2011-12 (A) Critical inputs : Seed materials Crop| Hybrid/ Variety| No. of Stakeholders| Qty. (Kg. )| Amount (Rs. )| Maize | NAH-1137| 155| 775| 69,750/- | Red gram | BRG-2| 921| 4330| 3,20,420/- | Ragi| MR-6| 676| 3300| 75,900/- | Ragi| GPU-28| 420| 2000| 44,000/- | Ragi| ML-365| 346| 3000| 66,000/- |

Grand Total | 2518 | 13405 | 5,76,070/- | (B) Horticulture – Planting materials Plant material | Variety | Stakeholder | Qty. (Nos. ) | Amount (Rs. ) | Mango | Alphonso| 1544| 3000| 1,50,000/- | Jack | Tubagere selection| | 2000| 1,00,000/- | Jamoon | Hoskote selection| | 2000| 80,000/- | Lime | Kagazi lime| | 2000| 80,000/- | Amla | NA-7| | 1700| 48,000/- | Mosambi | Satgudi| | 500| 39,100/- | Pomegranate | Bagwa| | 420| 10,500/- | Chakkotha | Devenhalli selection| | 200| 15,000/- | Grand Total | 1544| 11820| 5,22,600/- | C) Animal components Particulars| Stakeholder| Total birds(5 Birds each family)| Rate per poultry Bird (Rs. )| Amount (Rs. )| Giriraja (4 weeks old) backyard poultry birds| 1500| 7500| 58/-| 4,35,000/-| 2012-13 (A) Critical inputs : Seed materials Crop| Hybrid/ Variety| No. of Stakeholders| Qty. (Kg. )| Amount (Rs. )| Maize | SA TALL| 1941| 960| 38400-00 | Red gram | BRG-2| | 8255| 716104-00 | Ragi | ML-365| | 2895| 71500-00 | | MR-6| | 6540| 161677-00 | | MR-1| | 1530| 27867-00 | | KMR-1| | 610| 15097-00 | | Indaf-7| | 100| 2600-00 |

Grand Total | 1941 | 20890| 1033245-00 | (B) Horticulture – Planting material Plant material| Variety| Stakeholder| Qty. (Nos. )| Amount (Rs. )| Mango grafts| Alphanso| 1324| 4000| 200000| Drumstick| PKM| | 2500| 37500| Grand Total| 1324| 6500| 237500| (C) Animal component (Backyard poultry) Particulars| Stakeholder| Total birds(10 Birds each family)| Rate per poultry Bird (Rs. )| Amount (Rs. )| Giriraja (4 weeks old) backyard poultry birds| 2000| 20000| 60/-| 12,00,000/-| (D) Other critical inputs Particulars| Stakeholder| Qty. Kgs. )| Amount (Rs. )| Carbendiazim | 286| 500| 3,10,000-00 | Banana special | 286| 2000| 3,00,000-00 | Vegetable special | 174| 665| 99,750-00 | Neem oil | 1324| 2500| 6,75,000-00 | Grand Total | 2070| 5665| 13,84,750-00 | 2. PROGRESS OF SEED PRODUCTION UNDER IFSD PROGRAMME 2011-12 Sl. No. | Crop| Variety/ Parental line| Class of Seed| Area Sown (ha)| Yield (q)| Remarks, if any (Under SFPP/on farm/IFS| 1| Ragi| MR-6| TL| 40| 37. 79| IFS| 2| Redgram| BRG-2| TL| 40| 3. 84| IFS+SFPP| 3| French bean| Arka Komal| TL| 04| 35| IFS| | Bengal gram| JG -11| BS| 01| 4. 27| IFS+SFPP| 2012-13 Sl. No. | Crop| Variety/parent line| Class of Seed| Area Sown (ha)| Yield (q)| Remarks, if any ( under SFPP/ On farm/IFS)| 1| Ragi| MR-6| TL| 156| 42| SFPP| 2| | MR-1| TL| 60| 08| IFS| 3| | ML-365| TL| 110| 80| IFS| 4| | Indaf-7| TL| 05| 30| IFS+SFPP| 5| | HR-911| TL| -| 35| SFPP| 6| Red gram| BRG-2| TL| 124| 20| IFS+SFPP| 7| Bengal gram| JG-11| TL| -| 30| SFPP| 3. DETAILS OF CBO, ASC AND MSH (A) COMMODITY BASED ORGANIZATIONS Sl. No | Particulars | CBO 1 | CBO 2 | | Name of CBO’s finalized | Dhanalakshmi Bale Belegarara Sangha| Dhanyalakshmi Jola Belegarara Sangha| 2| Area| 320 ha| 1688 ha| 3| Activities proposed to take up under each CBO | * Enhance the income of farmers by reducing overhead costs and role of the middlemen substantially. * Facilitate understanding of processing and value addition. * Profitable use of by products and efficient utilization of locally available resources * Developing leadership qualities and professionalism in marketing among farmers. Many indirect economic benefits have accrued to farmers such as shared labour, mutual help, hired use of farm machineries and taking active part in rejuvenated village level cultural festivals * Minimizing cost of production * Better bargaining power * Better access to markets (buyers deal preferably with groups) * Better income (as a result of higher price, reduced losses and higher recovery, more stable markets) * Better relations among growers as a result of working together and helping each another. Organized way of linking resource providers (government, non-government, business groups) | 4| Registration status | Registration completed| Registration completed| 5| No. of meetings held so for | 14 meetings heldSeven training programmes were conducted| 16 meetings heldFour training programmes were conducted| 6| Budget Proposed | Rs. 1,00,000/-(Registration charges and seed money)| Rs. 1,00,000/-(Registration charges and seed money)| (B) AGRO SERVICE CENTRES Name & Address of the Agro Service Centre| SRI LAKSHMINARASIMHA AGRO SERVICE CENTREHosahalli Village, Doddaballapur TalukBangalore Rural District|

Budget proposed for setting up of Custom hiring centre Sl. No. | Items| No. Units| Rate Per Unit (Rs. )| Total amount (Rs. )| 1| Disc plough | 2| 25,000/- | 50,000/- | 2| MB plough | 1| 25,000/- | 25,000/- | 3| Cultivator | 2| 20,000/- | 40,000/- | 4| Post hole digger | 1| 85,000/- | 85,000/- | 5| Rotavator | 1| 1,00,000/- | 1,00,000/- | 6| Leveller | 1| 20,000/- | 20,000/- | 7| Spike tooth harrow | 2| 15,000/- | 30,000/- | 8| Seed-cum-fertilizer drill | 7| 3,000/- | 21,000/- | 9| Multi furrow opener | 4| 2,000/- | 8,000/- | 0| Power weeder | 1| 20,000/- | 20,000/- | 11| Gutter sprayer | 2| 25,000/- | 50,000/- | 12| Cycle weeder | 10| 1,500/- | 15,000/- | 13| Groundnut decorticator | 2| 10,000/- | 20,000/- | 14| Chaff cutter | 1| 40,000/- | 40,000/- | 15| Maize sheller | 2| 25,000/- | 50,000/- | 16| Ragi combined Harvester | 1| 1,00,000/- | 1,00,000/- | 17| Dhal making machine | 2| 20,000/- | 40,000/- | 18| Knapsack sprayer | 2| 5,000/- | 10,000/- | | Total | 7,24,000/- | KRISHI VIGYAN KENDRA, BANGALORE RURAL DISTRICT MODEL STAKE HOLDERS (15) (1)

Name| Mr. Balanarasimaiah S/o Anjinappa| Village| Gundumgere, Doddaballapur Taluk, Bangalore Rural District| Age| 51 year| Education| IV standard| LandHolding| Dry(ac)| 1. 25 Acre| | Wet(ac)| -| Irrigation| 3. 25 Acres| Description| Existing crops| Yield gaps / constraints | Critical Intervention proposed | Amount Required (Rs. )| I) Field crops| RagiRedgramRagiGroundnut| * Low productivity due to local varieties and unscientific cultivation| Ragi (var. ML -365 / MR-6 / KMR -301)Redgram (var. BRG -2)Fodder maize (var.

SAT)Avare (var. HA-4)Need based plant protection chemicals| -*| II) Horticulture crops| BananaTomatoBrinjal| * Labour shortage for taking up weeding and plant protection measures| Cycle weeder – 1 No. Knapsack sprayers – 1 No. | 2000-001200-00| III) Plantation crops| CoconutDrumstickMangoJackTamarindAcid lime| * Imbalanced nutrition * Lack of high yielding varieties * Acute labour scarcity for Nut plucking and dehusking| Coconut dehuskerMango – 10 Nos. Jack – 10 Nos. Jamun – 4 Nos. Drumstick – 10 Nos. 1500-00500-00500-00150-00150-00| IV) Others| FodderAgaseDairySheepPoultry| * Shortage of quality green fodder and feed for dairy animals * Unscientific management of dairy animals * Non recycling of dairy wastes| Azolla – 1 Nos. Vermi compost – 1 UnitStorage bin – 1 No. Cow mat – 1 No. Fodder Cafeteria – 1 UnitChaff cutter – 1 No. | 3000-001500-001000-003000-001000-004500-00| TOTAL| 20000-00| *critical inputs will be provided under regular IFSD component planned for all stakeholders (2) Name| Mr Sri Ram S/o Nanjappa| Village| Ujjani, Doddaballapur Taluk, Bangalore Rural District| Age| 33 year|

Education| SSLC| LandHolding| Dry(ac)| -| | Wet(ac)| -| Irrigation| 2. 00 Acres| Description| Existing crops| Yield gaps / constraints | Critical Intervention proposed | Amount Required (Rs. )| I) Field crops| MaizeRedgram| * Low productivity due to unscientific cultivation| Ragi (var. ML -365 / MR-6 / KMR -301)Redgram (var. BRG -2)Fodder maize (var. SAT)Avare (var. HA-4)Need based plant protection chemicals| -*| II) Horticulture crops| Banana| * Labour shortage for taking up plant protection measures| Gutter sprayer – 1 No. 4500-00| III) Plantation crops| CoconutSilver OakNeem tree| * Acute labour scarcity for Nut plucking & dehusking * Non inclusion of horticultural / timber crops for seasonal income| Hebbevu-62 seedlingsCoconut climber – 1 No. Coconut dehusker – 1 No. Jack – 2 Nos. Mango – 5 Nos. Drumstick – 5 Nos. | 1550-002000-001500-00100-00250-0075-00| IV) Others| Gobar gasVermi compostDairy managementSheep| * Increasing dairy feed cost * Labour scarcity for weeding operation * Loss of grains due to storage pests| Azolla – 1 UnitFodder Cafeteria – 1 unitChaff cutter – 1 No.

Cycle weeder – 1 No. Storage bin – 1 No. | 1500-001000-004500-002000-001000-00| TOTAL| 19975-00| *critical inputs will be provided under regular IFSD component planned for all stakeholders (3) Name| Mrs Mallamma w/o Annayappa| Village| Hosahalli, Doddaballapur Taluk, Bangalore Rural District| Age| 48 year| Education| 7th Standard| LandHolding| Dry(ac)| -| | Wet(ac)| -| Irrigation| 3. 00 Acres| Description| Existing crops| Yield gaps / constraints | Critical Intervention proposed | Amount Required (Rs. )| I) Field crops| RagiRedgram| * Low productivity due to unscientific cultivation| Ragi var. ML -365 / MR-6 / KMR -301)Redgram (var. BRG -2)Fodder maize (var. SAT)Avare (var. HA-4)Need based plant protection chemicals| -*| II) Horticulture crops| Arecanut Banana NeemLemonMangoJack| * Low yield in mango and jack due to absence of grafted hybrid plants * Poor market price due to harvesting damage * Higher Labour cost for spraying plant protection chemicals * Labour scarcity and drudgery in taking up of weeding * Absence of timber crops for seasonal income| Mango-5 graftsJack-2 graftsMango harvester – 1 No. Gutter sprayer – 1 No. Cycle weeder – 1No. Hebbevu – 30 Nos. 250-00100-00400-004500-002000-00750-00| III) Plantation crops| Coconut| * Acute labour scarcity for Nut plucking and dehusking| Coconut climber – 1 No. Coconut dehusker – 1 No. | 2000-001500-00| IV) Others| Dairy| * Shortage of quality green fodder, feed and labour * Non utilisation of dairy wastes| Fodder Cafeteria – 1 UnitAzolla – 1 UnitChaff cutter – 1 No. Vermi compost – 1 Unit| 1000-001500-004500-001500-00| TOTAL| 20000-00| *critical inputs will be provided under regular IFSD component planned for all stakeholders (4) Name| Mr. Santhosh Kumar S/o Munegowda|

Village| Bankenahalli, Doddaballapur Taluk, Bangalore Rural District| Age| 20 year| Education| PUC| LandHolding| Dry(ac)| 1. 00 acre| | Wet(ac)| -| Irrigation| 4 ? Acres| Description| Existing crops| Yield gaps / constraints | Critical Intervention proposed | Amount Required (Rs. )| I) Field crops| RagiRedgram| * Low productivity due to unscientific cultivation| Ragi (var. ML -365 / MR-6 / KMR -301)Redgram (var. BRG -2)Fodder maize (var. SAT)Avare (var. HA-4)Need based plant protection chemicals| -*| II) Horticulture crops| Banana| * More labour requirement and cost for spraying plant protection chemicals| Gutter sprayer – 1 No. 4500-00| III) Plantation crops| Coconut (80 Nos. )| * Acute labour scarcity for Nut plucking & dehusking * Non inclusion of horticultural / timber crops for seasonal income| Coconut climber – No. Coconut dehusker – No. Hebbevu-50 seedlings| 2000-001500-001250-00| IV) Others| Gobar gasDairyBullockPoultryVermi compost| * Labour scarcity for weeding operation * Loss of grains due to storage pests * Fodder Scarcity and Increasing dairy feed cost * Non utilisation of agri/dairy wastes * Unhygienic and unsafe flooring in the dairy| Cycle weeder – 1 No.

Storage bin – 1 No. Fodder Cafeteria – 1 UnitAzolla – 1 UnitVermi compost – 1 UnitCow mat – 1 No. | 2000-001000-001000-001500-001500-003000-00| TOTAL| 19250-00| *critical inputs will be provided under regular IFSD component planned for all stakeholders (5) Name| Mr. B. C. Srinivas S/o Chikkavenkataramanappa| Village| Bandemmanahalli, Doddaballapur Taluk, Bangalore Rural District| Age| 38 year| Education| SSLC| LandHolding| Dry(ac)| -| | Wet(ac)| -| Irrigation| 3. 50 Acres| Description| Existing crops| Yield gaps / constraints | Critical Intervention proposed | Amount Required (Rs. | I) Field crops| RagiRedgramMaize| * Low productivity due to unscientific cultivation| Ragi (var. ML -365 / MR-6 / KMR -301)Redgram (var. BRG -2)Fodder maize (var. SAT)Avare (var. HA-4)Need based plant protection chemicals| -*| II) Horticulture crops| BananaJackMangoSapota| * Labour shortage and more no. of sprays required for taking plant protection measures * Labour scarcity and drudgery in weeding operation | Gutter sprayer – 1 No. Cycle weeder – 1 No. | 4500-002000-00| III) Plantation crops| CoconutArecanutSilver oak, etc| * Non inclusion of horticultural / timber crops for seasonal income| Jack – 8 Nos.

Mango-5 graftsHebbevu-50 seedlingsDrumstick-6 seedlings| 400-00250-001250-0090-00| IV) Others| FodderSericultureFlower cropsLimeDairy| * Shortage of quality green fodder, feed and labour * Unhygienic and unsafe flooring in the dairy * Non utilisation of dairy and farm wastes| Azolla – 1 UnitFodder cafeteria – 1 UnitCow mat – 2 Nos. Vermicompost – 2 Units| 1500-001000-006000-003000-00| TOTAL| 19990-00| *critical inputs will be provided under regular IFSD component planned for all stakeholders (6) Name| Mr. Ravikumar S/o Shivananda|

Village| Vabasandra, Doddaballapur Taluk, Bangalore Rural District| Age| 37 year| Education| SSLC| LandHolding| Dry(ac)| -| | Wet(ac)| -| Irrigation| 3. 00 Acres| Description| Existing crops| Yield gaps / constraints | Critical Intervention proposed | Amount Required (Rs. )| I) Field crops| RagiPaddy| Low productivity due to unscientific cultivation| Ragi (var. ML -365 / MR-6 / KMR -301)Redgram (var. BRG -2)Fodder maize (var. SAT)Avare (var. HA-4)Need based plant protection chemicals| -*| II) Horticulture crops| CoconutBanana-300 Nos.

ArecanutJassmen-150 Nos. | * Labour scarcity and drudgery in weeding operation * Acute labour scarcity for Nut plucking & dehusking * High Labour cost and labour requirement for spraying | Cycle weeder – 1 No. Coconut Climber – 1 No. Coconut dehusker – 1 No. Gutter sprayer – 1 No. | 2000-002000-001500-004500-00| III) Plantation crops| -| * Non inclusion of horticultural crops for seasonal income| Drumstick – 10 seedlingsMango – 5 graftsJack – 2 grafts| 150-00250-00100-00| IV) Others| DairyPoultryBullock-2 Nos.

BiogasVermi compostPower tillerSprayer-1 unit| * Shortage of quality green fodder and feed * Unhygienic and unsafe flooring in the dairy * Loss of grains due to storage pests | Fodder Cafeteria – 1 UnitAzolla – 1 UnitCow mat – 2 Nos. Storage bin – 1 No. | 1000-001500-006000-001000-00| TOTAL| 20000-00| *critical inputs will be provided under regular IFSD component planned for all stakeholders (7) Name| Mr. Thipparaju S/o Lakshmaiah| Village| Kottigemachenahalli, Doddaballapur Taluk, Bangalore Rural District| Age| 55 year| Education| 7th standard| LandHolding| Dry(ac)| -| Wet(ac)| -| Irrigation| 3 ? Acres| Description| Existing crops| Yield gaps / constraints | Critical Intervention proposed | Amount Required (Rs. )| I) Field crops| MaizeRagi Paddy| * Low productivity due to unscientific cultivation| Ragi (var. ML -365 / MR-6 / KMR -301)Redgram (var. BRG -2)Fodder maize (var. SAT)Avare (var. HA-4)Need based plant protection chemicals| -*| II) Horticulture crops| Neem treesBananaTomato| * More labour and higher Labour cost for spraying * Labour scarcity and drudgery in weeding operation | Gutter sprayer – 1 No.

Cycle weeder – 1 No. | 4500-002000-00| III) Plantation crops| | * Non inclusion of horticultural / timber crops for seasonal income| Drumstick – 5 seedlingsMango – 5 graftsJack – 3 graftsHebbevu – 60 seedlings| 75-00250-00150-001500-00| IV) Others| DairySheep-2 NosPoultry-10 Nos. | * Shortage of quality green fodder/ feed * Unhygienic and unsafe flooring in the dairy * Loss of grains due to storage pests| Fodder cafeteria – 1 UnitAzolla – 1 UnitVermi compost – 1 UnitCow mat – 2 Nos. Storage bin – 1 No. | 1000-001500-001500-006000-001500-00| TOTAL| 19975-00| critical inputs will be provided under regular IFSD component planned for all stakeholders (8) Name| Mr Krishnappa S/o Chikkappaiah| Village| Hosahalli, Doddaballapur Taluk, Bangalore Rural District| Age| 58 year| Education| SSLC| LandHolding| Dry(ac)| -| | Wet(ac)| -| Irrigation| 3. 0 Acres| Description| Existing crops| Yield gaps / constraints | Critical Intervention proposed | Amount Required (Rs. )| I) Field crops| Ragi RedgramMaize| * Low productivity due to unscientific cultivation| Ragi (var. ML -365 / MR-6 / KMR -301)Redgram (var. BRG -2)Fodder maize (var. SAT)Avare (var.

HA-4)Need based plant protection chemicals| -*| II) Horticulture crops| BananaArecanut| * Higher Labour cost and labour scarcity for more number of spraying * Labour scarcity and drudgery in weeding operation| Gutter sprayer – 1 No. Cycle weeder – 1 No. | 4500-002000-00| III) Plantation crops| Coconut| * Acute labour scarcity for Nut plucking & dehusking * Non inclusion of horticultural / timber crops for seasonal income| Coconut climber – 1 No. Coconut dehusker – 1 No. Mango – 5 graftsJack – 5 grafts Hebbevu – 100 seedlings| 2000-001500-00250-00250-002500-00| IV) Others| DairySheep-30 NosPoultry-20 Nos. * Shortage of quality green fodder/ feed * Unhygienic and unsafe flooring in the dairy | Fodder cafeteria – 1 UnitCow mat – 2 Nos. | 1000-006000-00| TOTAL| 20000-00| *critical inputs will be provided under regular IFSD component planned for all stakeholders (9) Name| Mr. Thimmegowda S/o Nanjundappa| Village| Ujjani, Doddaballapur Taluk, Bangalore Rural District| Age| 38 year| Education| SSLC| LandHolding| Dry(ac)| -| | Wet(ac)| -| Irrigation| 3 ? Acres| Description| Existing crops| Yield gaps / constraints | Critical Intervention proposed | Amount Required (Rs. | I) Field crops| Ragi RedgramMaize| * Low productivity due to unscientific cultivation| Ragi (var. ML -365 / MR-6 / KMR -301)Redgram (var. BRG -2)Fodder maize (var. SAT)Avare (var. HA-4)Need based plant protection chemicals| -*| II) Horticulture crops| Banana| * Higher Labour cost for more frequency and area of spraying| Gutter sprayer| 4500-00| III) Plantation crops| Coconut| * Acute labour scarcity for Nut plucking & dehusking * Non inclusion of timber crops for medium term income| Coconut climber – 1 No. Coconut dehusker – 1 No. Hebbevu – 20 Nos. 2000-001500-00500-00| IV) Others| DairyTractorRagi machinePoultry-10 Nos. Vermi compostGober gas| * Labour scarcity and drudgery in weeding operation * Unhygienic and unsafe flooring in the dairy * Shortage of quality green fodder/ feed * Loss of grains due to storage pests| Cycle weeder – 1 No. Cow mat – 2 Nos. Azolla – 1 unitStorage bin – 2 Nos. | 2000-006000-001500-002000-00| TOTAL| 20000-00| *critical inputs will be provided under regular IFSD component planned for all stakeholders (10) Name| Mr. Yarrappa S/o Narasappa| Village| Jakkenahalli, Doddaballapur Taluk, Bangalore Rural District| Age| 32 year|

Education| SSLC| LandHolding| Dry(ac)| -| | Wet(ac)| -| Irrigation| 2. 22 Acres| Description| Existing crops| Yield gaps / constraints | Critical Intervention proposed | Amount Required (Rs. )| I) Field crops| Ragi RedgramMaize| * Low productivity due to unscientific cultivation| Ragi (var. ML -365 / MR-6 / KMR -301)Redgram (var. BRG -2)Fodder maize (var. SAT)Avare (var. HA-4)Need based plant protection chemicals| -*| II) Horticulture crops| VegetablesTuberoseBanana| * Higher Labour cost for spraying plant protection chemicals| Gutter sprayerStorage bin| 4500-001000-00| III) Plantation crops| ArecanutCoconut – 25 Nos. * Acute labour scarcity for Nut plucking & dehusking * Non inclusion of timber crops for medium term income| Coconut climber – 1 No. Hebbevu – 20 seedlings| 2000-00500-00| IV) Others| DairyGober gasApiary – 1 No. | * Labour scarcity and drudgery in weeding operation * Unhygienic and unsafe flooring in the dairy * Shortage of quality green fodder and feed * Non utilisation of dairy and farm wastes| Cycle weeder – 1 No. Cow mat – 2 Nos. Azolla – 1 unitFodder cafeteria – 1 UnitVermi compost – 1 unit| 2000-006000-001500-001000-001500-00| TOTAL| 20000-00| critical inputs will be provided under regular IFSD component planned for all stakeholders (11) Name| Mr. Sampath Krishna S/o Narasimhagowda| Village| Yakaralahalli, Doddaballapur Taluk, Bangalore Rural District| Age| 34 year| Education| SSLC| LandHolding| Dry(ac)| -| | Wet(ac)| -| Irrigation| 3 ? Acres| Description| Existing crops| Yield gaps / constraints | Critical Intervention proposed | Amount Required (Rs. )| I) Field crops| Ragi RedgramMaize| * Low productivity due to unscientific cultivation| Ragi (var. ML -365 / MR-6 / KMR -301)Redgram (var.

BRG -2)Fodder maize (var. SAT)Avare (var. HA-4)Need based plant protection chemicals| -*| II) Horticulture crops| Beetle vine BananaVegetables| * Non utilisation of honey bees for higher fertilization of crops and nutritive honey. * Higher Labour cost for spraying * Labour scarcity and drudgery in weeding operation| Apiary – 1 No. Gutter sprayer – 1 No. Cycle weeder – 1 No. | 3000-004500-002000-00| III) Plantation crops| ArecanutCoconut – 30 Nos. | * Acute labour scarcity and drudgery in Nut plucking and cleaning| Coconut climber – 1 No. 2000-00| IV) Others| DairyGober gasAnimal husbandry| * Unhygienic and unsafe flooring in the dairy * Shortage of quality green fodder/ feed | Cow mat – 2 Nos. Azolla – 1 unitFodder cafeteria– 1 Unit| 6000-001500-001000-00| TOTAL| 20000-00| *critical inputs will be provided under regular IFSD component planned for all stakeholders (12) Name| Mr. Narasimhamurthy S/o Nanjappa| Village| Ujjani, Doddaballapur Taluk, Bangalore Rural District| Age| 24 year| Education| B. Ed| LandHolding| Dry(ac)| 1. 0 Acres| Wet(ac)| -| Irrigation| 3. 0 Acres| Description| Existing crops| Yield gaps / constraints | Critical Intervention proposed | Amount Required (Rs. )| I) Field crops| RedgramMaize| * Low productivity due to unscientific cultivation| Ragi (var. ML -365 / MR-6 / KMR -301)Redgram (var. BRG -2)Fodder maize (var. SAT)Avare (var. HA-4)Need based plant protection chemicals| -*| II) Horticulture crops| BananaTomatoJack| * High Labour cost for more area and frequency of spraying | Gutter sprayer – 1 No. 4500-00| III) Plantation crops| ArecanutCoconut | * Acute labour scarcity for Nut plucking & dehusking * Labour scarcity and drudgery in weeding operation | Coconut climber – 1 No. Cycle weeder – 1 No. | 3000-002000-00| IV) Others| FodderDairyPoultry| * Shortage of quality green fodder and feed * Unhygienic and unsafe flooring in the dairy * Loss of grains due to storage pests| Azolla – 1 unitFodder cafeteria- 1 UnitCow mat – 2 Nos. Storage bin – 2 Nos. | 1500-001000-006000-002000-00| TOTAL| 20000-00| critical inputs will be provided under regular IFSD component planned for all stakeholders (13) Name| Mr. Shivakumar S/o Chikkavenkatappa| Village| Sonnenahalli, Doddaballapur Taluk, Bangalore Rural District| Age| 36 year| Education| PUC| LandHolding| Dry(ac)| ? Acres| | Wet(ac)| -| Irrigation| 3. 00 Acres| Description| Existing crops| Yield gaps / constraints | Critical Intervention proposed | Amount Required (Rs. )| I) Field crops| Ragi RedgramMaizePaddy| * Low productivity due to unscientific cultivation| Ragi (var. ML -365 / MR-6 / KMR -301)Redgram (var.

BRG -2)Fodder maize (var. SAT)Avare (var. HA-4)Need based plant protection chemicals| -*| II) Horticulture crops| TomatoOnion| * Non utilization of honey bees for higher fertilization and nutritive honey * Higher Labour cost for spraying plant protection chemicals * Labour scarcity and drudgery in weeding operation| Apiary – 1 No. Gutter sprayer – 1 No. Cycle weeder – 1 No. | 3000-004500-002000-00| III) Plantation crops| Coconut MangoSapotaNeem trees| * Acute labour scarcity for Nut plucking & dehusking| Coconut climber – 1 No.

Coconut dehusker – 1 No. | 2000-001500-00| IV) Others| DairyPoultrySheepBullockGobber gas| * Shortage of quality green fodder/ feed * Non utilization of dairy wastes and farm wastes| Azolla – 1 unitFodder cafeteria – 1 UnitVermi compost – 2 Nos. | 3000-001000-003000-00| TOTAL| 20000-00| *critical inputs will be provided under regular IFSD component planned for all stakeholders (14) Name| Mr. Manjunath S/o Erappa| Village| Hosahalli, Doddaballapur Taluk, Bangalore Rural District| Age| 38 year|

Education| PUC| LandHolding| Dry(ac)| 1. 0 Acres| | Wet(ac)| -| Irrigation| 3. 50 Acres| Description| Existing crops| Yield gaps / constraints | Critical Intervention proposed | Amount Required (Rs. )| I) Field crops| Ragi RedgramMaize| * Low productivity due to unscientific cultivation| Ragi (var. ML -365 / MR-6 / KMR -301)Redgram (var. BRG -2)Fodder maize (var. SAT)Avare (var. HA-4)Need based plant protection chemicals| -*| II) Horticulture crops| BananaSapotaLimeMangoFlower crops| * Higher Labour ost for spraying plant protection chemicals * Labour scarcity and drudgery in weeding operation | Gutter sprayer – 1 No. Cycle weeder – 1 No. | 4500-002000-00| III) Plantation crops| NeemAgase| * Non inclusion of horticultural crops for periodic income| Mango – 5 graftsDrumstick – 15 Nos. | 250-00225-00| IV) Others| DairySheep | * Unhygienic and unsafe flooring in the dairy * Shortage of quality green fodder, feed and drudgery in preparation | Cow mat – 2 Nos. Fodder cafeteria – 1 UnitAzolla – 1 unitChaff cutter – 1 No. 6000-001000-001500-004500-00| TOTAL| 19975-00| *critical inputs will be provided under regular IFSD component planned for all stakeholders (15) Name| Mr. Dhanapala Reddy S/o Thimmaiah| Village| Gundamgere, Doddaballapur Taluk, Bangalore Rural District| Age| 32 year| Education| SSLC| LandHolding| Dry(ac)| 1. 0 Acres| | Wet(ac)| -| Irrigation| 3. 0 Acres| Description| Existing crops| Yield gaps / constraints | Critical Intervention proposed | Amount Required (Rs. )| I) Field crops| Ragi RedgramMaize| * Low productivity due to unscientific cultivation| Ragi (var.

ML -365 / MR-6 / KMR -301)Redgram (var. BRG -2)Fodder maize (var. SAT)Avare (var. HA-4)Need based plant protection chemicals| -*| II) Horticulture crops| Banana| * Higher Labour cost and labour scarcity for spraying plant protection chemicals * Labour scarcity, cost and drudgery in weeding operation| Gutter sprayer – 1 No. Cycle weeder – 1 No. | 4500-002000-00| III) Plantation crops| Coconut| * Acute labour scarcity and higher cost for Nut plucking, cleaning & dehusking | Coconut climber – 1 No. Coconut dehusker – 1 No. 2000-001500-00| IV) Others| DairyPoultry| * Unhygienic and unsafe flooring in the dairy * Shortage of quality green fodder/ feed * Loss of grains due to storage infestations * Non utilization of dairy wastes| Cow mat – 2 Nos. Azolla – 1 unitStorage bins – 1 No. Vermi compost -1 No. | 6000-001500-001000-001500-00| TOTAL| 20000-00| *critical inputs will be provided under regular IFSD component planned for all stakeholders 4. DETAILS OF BUDGET UTILIZATION (A) Budget details of IFSD for under different DAC numbers DAC No. Allocated during 2011-12 (Rs. )| Utilized during 2011-12(Rs. )| Carried forward to 2012-13 (Rs. )| Allocated during 2012-13 (Rs. )| Total allocation for 2012-13 (Rs. )| Utilized during 2012-13 (Rs. )| Balance as on 31st March 2013 (Rs. )| 022| 300000| 92780| 207220| 300000| 507220| 269213| 238007| 048| 106000| 98221| 7779| 492000| 499779| 49408| 450371| 351| 3880000| 2051171| 1828829| 2613389| 4442218| 4171057| 2171161| 121| 24000| 11362| 12638| 12900| 25538| 18874| 6664| 701| 200000| -| 200000| 300000| 500000| -| 500000| 02| -| -| -| 50000| 50000| 49950| 50| 355| -| -| -| 300000| 300000| -| 300000| NOTE: Budget source obtained from the Comptroller’s Office, UAS, Bangalore (B) Details of expenditure under DAC 351 from April 2011 to March 2013 Month and year of supply| Type of critical input supplied| Vareity / Breed / Brand/ etc| Quantity supplied| Unit of qty (kgs. Or lts. Or No. )| Rate per Unit (Rs. )| Total Amount (Rs. )| No. f stake holders covered| Area covered in Ha| Names of villages covered| 2011-12| Maize| NAH1137| 775| Kgs| 90| 69750| 155| 52| BankenahalliVabasandraHosakoteSonnenahalliMakaliKukkalahalliKottigemanchenahalliKadukunteYakarlahalliBandemnahalliKatteindalahalliUjjaniMallasandraJakkenahalliHosahalliOjenahalliGundumgereKallukunte| | Redgram| BRG-2| 4330| Kgs| 74| 32420| 921| 290| | | Ragi| MR-6| 3300| Kgs| 23| 75900| 676| 220| | | | GPU-28| 2000| Kgs| 22| 44000| 420| 135| | | | ML-365| 3000| Kgs| 22| 66000| 346| 200| | | Mango| Alphonso| 3000| Nos. | 50| 150000| 1544| 20| | | Jack| Tub. el| 2000| Nos. | 50| 100000| | 20| | | Jamoon| Hos. sel| 2000| Nos. | 40| 80000| | 20| | | Lime| Kagazi| 2000| Nos. | 40| 80000| | 05| | | Amla| NA-7| 1700| Nos. | 28| 48000| | 4. 25| | | Mosambi| Satgudi| 500| Nos. | 78| 39100| | 1. 85| | | P. granate| Bagwa| 420| Nos. | 25| 10500| | 01| | | Chakotha| Dev. Sel| 200| Nos. | 75| 15000| | | | | Animal health camp| 3 camp| -| -| 3000| -| -| | | Poultry| Giriraja| 7500| Nos. | 58| 435000| 1500| -| | 2012-13| Maize| SA Tall| 860| Kgs. | 40| 38400| 1941| | | | Redgram| BRG-2| 8255| Kgs. | 86. 75| 716104| | 550| | | Ragi| ML-365| 2895| Kgs. 24. 70| 71500| | 193| | | | MR-6| 6540| Kgs. | 24. 72| 161677| | 436| | | | MR-1| 1530| Kgs. | 18. 21| 27867| | 102| | | | KMR-1| 610| Kgs. | 24. 75| 15097| | 41| | | | Indaf-7| 100| Kgs. | 26| 2600| | 07| | | Mango| Alphanso| 4000| Nos. | 50| 200000| 1324| 27| | | Drumstick| PKM| 2500| Nos. | 15| 37500| | | | | Poultry| Giriraja| 20000| Nos. | 60| 1200000| 2000| | | | Carbendiazim| -| 500| Kgs. | 620| 310000| 286| | | | Banana Spl. | -| 2000| Kgs. | 150| 300000| 286| | | | Veg. Spl. | -| 665| Kgs. | 150| 99750| 174| | | | Neem oil| -| 2500| Kgs. | 270| 675000| 1324| | | 5.

QUANTITATIVE IMPACT OF IFSD PROGRAMME FOR THE YEAR 2011-12 AND 2012-13 IMPACT ANALYSIS -2011-12 (A) Seed materials Crop(var. /Hybrid)| Before IFSD| After IFSD| Before IFSD| After IFSD| % increase in total income| | Grainyield(q/ha)| Straw yield(t/ha)| Grain yield(q/ha)| Strawyield(t/ha)| Total Income(Rs. )| | MaizeNAH-1137| 40. 56| 12. 75| 44. 76| 14. 70| 21,458/-| 24,890/-| 13. 78| | Ganga Kaveri| | | | | | RedgramBRG-2| 11. 43| -| 13. 85| -| 10,458/-| 11,871/-| 11. 90| | TTB-7| | | | | | Finger milletGPU-28| 20. 19| 1. 75| 22. 80| 2. 40| 21,065/-| 24,000/-| 12. 22| | PR-202| | | | | | Finger milletMR-6| 21. 5| 1. 90| 24. 08| 3. 20| 21,900/-| 25,680/-| 14. 71| | L-5| | | | | | Finger milletML-365| 19. 80| 1. 15| 21. 53| 2. 15| 20,375/-| 22,605/-| 9. 86| | HR-911| | | | | | (B) Horticulture – planting materials Projected Impact : An average of Rs. 5000/- additional revenue /farm family/year can be obtained (Rs. 85,00000-00 from 1700 families from 3rd year onwards i. e. 2013-14. IMPACT ANALYSIS -2012-13 (A) Seed materials Crop(var. /Hybrid)| Before IFSD| After IFSD| Before IFSD| After IFSD| % increase in total income| | Grainyield(q/ha)| Straw yield(t/ha)| Grain yield(q/ha)| Strawyield(t/ha)| Total Income(Rs. | | Maize SA-TALL | -| 10. 00| -| 27. 00| 15,000/-| 40,500/-| 170| | Local| | | | | | Redgram BRG-2 | 12. 68| -| 15. 37| -| 44,345/-| 61,480/-| 38. 64| | TTB-7| | | | | | Finger milletMR-6 | 20. 62| 2. 50| 25. 98| 3. 50| 37,116/-| 51,960/-| 39. 99| | PR-202| | | | | | Finger milletMR-1 | 21. 70| 2. 70| 24. 62| 3. 70| 37,118/-| 49,240/-| 32. 65| | PR-202| | | | | | Finger milletML-365 | 22. 12| 2. 85| 23. 85| 3. 34| 39,816/-| 47,700/-| 19. 80| | HR-911| | | | | | Finger milletKMR-301| 22. 56| 2. 50| 24. 05| 3. 48| 40,608/-| 48,100/-| 18. 45| | GPU-28| | | | | | B) Horticulture – Planting materials Projected Impact : An average of Rs. 5000/- additional revenue /farm family/year can be obtained (Rs. 66,20,000-00 from 1324 families) from 3rd year onwards. i. e. 2014-15. (C) Animal components Income Component| 2011-12| 2012-13| 2011-12| 2012-13| | Before IFSD| After IFSD| After IFSD| Income| Income (Rs. )| Birds| 0| 5| 15| -| -| Meat (Kg)| 0| 10| 35| 1000| 3500| Eggs| 0| 560| 1680| 1680| 5040| Total income (Rs. /Family) = 10220| 1680| 8540 | Expected additional income of Rs. 10,220/- per family for Two years (Rs. 04,40,000-00 from 2000 families). | (D) Other critical inputs Crop| Input| Before IFSD| After IFSD| Before IFSD| After IFSD| Remarks| | | yield(t/ha)| yield(t/ha)| Gross Income(Rs. )| | Banana| Banana special | 16. 50| 21. 25| 475000 | 586000 | Increase in yield by 28% and also quality of the fruits – luster and size. 64% reduction in occurrence of panama wilt34. 3% reduction in spread of panama in banana | | Carbendiazim | No drench| 83% follow drenching| | | | TomatoBrinjalCauliflower| Vegetable special | 38. 0047. 3017. 20| 44. 0055. 8021. 0| 114000378400309600 | 176000446400392400 | Increase in yield by 26% and also quality of the fruits – luster and size | Redgram| Neem oil | Borer infestation by 69. 8%| Borer infestation decreased to 27. 3%| – | – | Spray of neem oil twice during flowering & pod initiation reduces the infestation drastically by decreasing egg laying and egg hatching of pod borer | 6. A BRIEF NOTE ON QUANTITATIVE IMPACT OF IFSD PROGRAMME * Introduction of high yielding varieties in field crops has enhanced yield upto 12%. * Perennial crops (fruits) will have a major role to sustain the farm amilies, in this regard, quality horticulture planting materials were supplied. An average of Rs. 5,000/- additional revenue/family/year can be obtained from 3rd year onwards i. e. 2014-15. * Introduction of poultry birds (Giriraja) generates Rs. 10,220/- additional revenue/family for two years apart from family usage. * Imparted knowledge on soil testing and farmers are advised to use site specific nutrient application, hence there is reduction in indiscriminate use of inorganic fertilizers, therefore reduced cost on fertilizers by 20%. Overall growth rate and income levels of stakeholders enhanced upto 13%. 7. CONSTRAINTS FACED IN IMPLEMENTING IFSD PROGRAMME DURING THE LAST TWO YEARS AND SUGGESTIONS TO POPULARIZE IFS IN GENERAL AND SPECIFIC * Difficult to maintain unique identity system of stakeholders. Therefore No. of stake holders may be reduced. * Capacity building of project staff on group dynamics and enhancing the IFSD participants responsibilities in utilizing the IFSD inputs ACTION PLAN FOR THE YEAR 2013-14

A) Seed material * Ragi – KMR 1, ML 365 * Redgram – BRG 2 * Introduction of Sweet corn (PAC-792 / Golden honey)| 8,80,000-00| B) Biofertilizers * Azospirillum for Ragi * Trichoderma for Maize * PSB for Redgram| 1,00,000-00| C) Plant Protection * Chloropyriphos for Redgram * Neem oil for Redgram * Carbendiazim for Banana| 6,50,000-00| D) Nutrient management * Use of banana special * Use of vegetable special | 3,50,000-00| E) Horticulture * Improved varieties of Vegetable seeds – French bean and Bhendi * Improved horticultural fruit plants| 5,00,000-00| E) Animal components Poultry – Giriraja birds| 12,00,000-00| TOTAL Rs. | 36,80,000-00| Seed production programme for 2013-14 * Ragi : => ML 365 : 100 acres => KMR 1 : 80 acres * Redgram => BRG 10-2: 25 acres * Field bean => HA 4 : 25 acres ————————————————- Programme Coordinator KRISHI VIGYAN KENDRA, BANGALORE RURAL REPORT ON IFSD PROGRAMME FOR THE YEAR 2011-12 AND 2012-13 ====================================================== Hadonahalli – 561205 Doddaballapur taluk, Bangalore Rural District

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