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List of Ongoing External Funded Projects

Sl. No

Tittle of the project

Name of the PI

Objectives of the project

 Amount released (Rs. In lakhs)

Progress

RKVY

1

Establishment of sewage water treatment plant and screening of horticulture crops using sewage water at Kolar eastern dry zone of Karnataka at COH, Kolar.(6764) (20thSLSC)

Dr. A.M. Rajesh,  Asst. Professor, COH, Kolar.

1.  To assess the quality of sewage waste water ( SWW) and sewage treated water (STW)

2.  To assess the impact of treated and untreated waste water on soil properties

3.  To study the effect of treated and untreated waste water on growth, yield and quality of commercial horticulture crops

4.  To work out the cost economics

200.00

ü  STP Establishment work Completed & Under active mode

 

ü  Irrigation network provided and work completed

 

ü  Analysis of both treated and untreated water is in progress (Objective 1)

2

Establishment of  Semiochemical Laboratory

Dr. Venkateshalu,

Professor and Head, Department of Entomology, COH, Bagalkot

1.    Isolation, identification and behavioural characterization of pheromones and kairamones for important horticultural pests.

2.    Threshold optimization, formulation and evaluation of promising semiochemicals

3.    Development of controlled release formulations, trap designs, trap density and their geometry in crop ecosystem.

150.00

•           Procurement of material through tender process

•           Establishment of Laboratory

3

Establishment of capacity building and facility for Centre of Excellence for Farmer Produce Organizations (FPO)

Dr. Ashok Alur, Director, CoE for FPO, COH, Bengaluru

1.  To establish a Training Facility for Centre of Excellence for Farmer Producer Organizations

2.  To impart training and handholding assistance to FPOs for their development and evolution into effective enterprises through the established facility

3.  To handhold and guide the FPOs to grow into effective business enterprises working for the socio-economic advancement of their member-farmers through enhancing their capacities

630.00

ü  The hostel building is Complete

ü  The Office building work is in progress and in final stages of completion

4

Waste into Wealth: Conversion of expired pharmaceutical nutritional supplements into value added bioformulations and micronutrients

Dr. G. Manjunath, Asst. Professor, COH, Mysuru

1.  Segregation of collected pharmacetitual nutritional supplement (PNS) on nutrient basis.

2.  Developing bio-formulations as biofertilisers/Biopesticides/SAR formulations working out suitable delivery system

3.  Bioefficacy evaluation for Plant Growth, Pest Protection, Soil Fertility, and micronutrients  and also shelf life evaluation

4.  Demonstrations of developed products in farmers field, university experimental trails and front line demonstrations for popularization among fields

175.00

•     EPNS based biological formulations are promising to improve the growth promotion  of vegetables tomato, chilli, potato and knol khol

•     Combination of EPNS and bioagents have synergistic effect and compatible at selected concentrations 

•     Storage/shelf life studies of formulation are in progress

•     Effect of EPNS based formulations for selected perennial crop like pomegranate and also banana is in progress

•     Field studies  completed in forthcoming seasons

5

Development of protocols for production of disease free planting material developed through tissue culture/vegetative propagation

Dr. Shankrappa, Asst.Professor, COH, Bengaluru

1.  Development of laboratory for disease diagnosis with facilities to assist the certification process of planting material  developed through tissue culture /vegetative propagation

2.  Development of diagnostic kits for detection of plant pathogens mainly like viruses and phytoplasms.

 

3.  Providing virus testing/diagnostic services for horticulture (nursery, ornamental, tissue culture plants) through Mobile kit

4.  Conducting training programmes to farmers/nursery personals  for creating awareness about different viral/phytoplasmal diseases and importance of  quality planting material

53.00

·      Procurement of laboratory instruments

·       Occurrence of viral diseases different crops in different gardens and nurseries

·      Association of begomoviruses on duranta, clerodendron, ornamental adathoda, Salvia,

·         Spathodea companulata by PCR

·      Association of viral disease on anthurium under field conditions

·      Occurrence of banana streak virus on banana under field conditions

6

Biotechnological Interventions in Banana Cv. Nanjanagudu Rasabale (Musa spp., AAB) for Conservation and Development of Fusarium Wilt Disease Resistance

Dr. G. Prabhuling, Assoc.Professor, COH, Bagalkot

1.  To carryout in vitro conservation endangered banana cv. Nanjagudu Rasabale using slow growth techniques of plant tissue culture.

2.  To produce endophyte-enhanced plantlets resistant to fusarium wilt disease by using efficient nonpathogenic Fusarium oxysporum starins.

3.  To develop mutants lines resistant to fusarium wilt disease by in vitro mutagenesis using gamma irradiation.

4.  To develop transgenic plants resistant to fusarium wilt disease by genetic transformation.

5.  To undertake evaluation of newly developed fusarium wilt resistant lines for performance.

6.  To empower the farmers on cultivation of Nanjanagudu Rasabale banana by supplying plants resistant to fusarium wilt disease

82.00

·      In vitro conservation

·      Endophyte-enhanced plantlets

·      Development of  mutants lines resistant to fusarium wilt

·      Development of  transgenic lines resistant to fusarium wilt

7

Establishment of Energy Park at CHEFT Devihosur

Dr. Siddanna Yadachi, Assistant Professor, CHEFT, Devihosur

1.    To install and demonstrate solar powered gadgets for heating, lighting, water pumping, cooking etc., to the students, farmers and the members of FPOs and SHGs.

2.    To setup and popularize the bio-gas plant models, biomass gasifier for thermal applications, cooking and lighting and create awareness among the students, farmers and the visitors.

3.    To setup and demonstrate the prototype wind mill for water pumping and wind aero-generator for electricity generation and create awareness among the students, farmers and the visitors.

100.00

ü Construction of civil work (indoor solar lab for housing and demonstration of indoor solar gadgets is incompletion stage.

ü    Procurement and Installation of outdoor energy gadgets in park is in progress.

8

Establishment of pilot scale demonstration and incubation centre for banana fibre extraction and processing.

Dr. S. L. Jagadeesh, Professor and ADRE, RHREC, Bengaluru

1.        To establish pilot scale plant for banana fibre extraction and processing.

2.        To demonstrate and train farmers, entrepreneurs, FPOs on banana fibre extraction and 

Processing.

3.        To incubate the created assets by involving trained farmers and entrepreneurs

4.        To give special focus on Self Help Groups for production of handicrafts from banana fibre

5.        To establish pilot scale plant for production of organic liquid fertilizer from banana pseudo-stem sap (BSP)

130.00

ü Building for housing banana fibre and sap processing machinery is under progress. The building is expected to be completed in another 1 month time.

ü 2. Procurement of machinery for fibre extraction, paper making and fermentation of sap is put up for tender process for the 2nd time to Estate Office, UHS, Bagalkot .

9

Establishment of processing center for horticultural commodities

Dr. Thippanna K.S. Assistant Professor, CHEFT, Devihosur

1.    Reducing the post-harvest loss by processing and value addition of locally available fruits and vegetables.

2.    Development of novel value-added products from fruits and vegetables.

3.    To build the capacity and create awareness on use of processing unit among entrepreneurs and farmers

4.    To impart professional skills for B. Tech. (Food Tech) students in operating and maintenance of equipment in processing plant.

43.10

ü    Procurement of Fruit pulp retorting unit is completed 

PPV & FRA


10

Developments of guidelines for examination of Distinctiveness, Uniformity and Stability on Drumstick (Moringa olefera Lam)

Dr. Satish D
Asst. Professor of GPB

1.Development of guidelines for examination of Distinctiveness Uniformity and stability on drumstick 
2.Collection  and characterization  of different Moringa genotypes and maintenance of these genotypes as reference varieties  at DUS testing block
3.Testing of moringa entries for DUS guidelines

4.25

DUS characterization of reference Drumstick genotypes is in progress

11

Collaborating Distinctiveness, Uniformity and Stability Center for conducting DUS testing in chilli, capsicum and paprika crop species.

Dr. P.S. Ajjappalavar,      
 Asst. Prof. & Head,
HREC, Devihosur

a. Recording morphological characters for DUS testing on chilli
b. Compilation and submission of recorded characters to authority.
c. Grouping of varieties on the basis of different plant parameters

11.07

106 entries were evaluated for DUS characteristic

                 


KAPC, GOK, Bengaluru

2

Establishment of cost of cultivation and market intelligence cell, KRCCH Arabhavi

Dr. M.G. Kerutagi. Professor, (Agril. Econ), KRCCH, Arabhavi

1. To establish the cost of cultivation and market intelligence cell with adequate space and facilities
2. Estimation of cost of cultivation horticultural crops of the state
3. Collection and dissemination of  prices and market information pertaining to the crops of the region
4. Constitution of advisory committee with five farmers from the jurisdiction of University

58.12

1• Data entry  for the allotted Principal horticultural crops (Onion, Tomato, Potato Grapes, Raisin, Pomegranate, Turmeric, Sugarcane and Dry Chilli ) for the year 2021-22
• Conducted state level workshop at COH, Munirabad ( Koppal) held on 11-06-2022
• A virtual advisory committee meeting was held on 07-07-2022 at KRCCH Arabhavi to discuss the final results of cost of cultivation for the allotted crops for the year 2021-22
• collected data sugarcane crop of Bagalkot district for the month of August-2022
• Submitted Crop profile for the allotted crops (Onion, Tomato, Turmeric and Potato) for the month of October
• Data collected for the  allotted crop-2022-23 (Onion, Tomato, Potato, Turmeric, Sugarcane, Oil palm, Pacche Bale, Pomegranate, Grapes, Raisin and Grapes (BB)

MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE & FARMERS WELFARE (MoFAW)

13

Establishment of Farm Machinery Testing Centre

Dr. Siddanagouda Yadachi

1.To establish the testing laboratory for testing and certification of agricultural equipments and machineries.
2.To test of agricultural machineries  except tractors, power tillers and electric motors as per the BIS codes.
3.To provide performance and test reports to the Farm Machinery Manufacturers that would facilitate further improvement in agricultural  machinery and also help farmers and Govt. agencies to select quality machines for subsidy purpose.
4.To assist Bureau of Indian Standards in formulation of standards for testing of agricultural equipments and machineries

70.45

Procurement of most important and very essential instrumentation is over.

 

KARNATAKA BIODIVERSITY BOARD, BENGALURU

4

Supply chain management and value addition of medicinal plants in selected forest divisions of Karnataka

Dr. M.G. Kerutagi. Professor, (Agril. Econ), KRCCH, Arabhavi

1. To document the present supply chain of medicinal plants sold by the tribals and others in the selected forest divisions.
2. To analyze the value addition and examine the share of income of collectors in the final consumer’s rupee
3. To assess the flow of capital investment in the different distribution systems/channels followed in the study area for selected medicinal plants.
4. To suggest appropriate measures for increasing the share of income of collectors of medicinal plants in the system.

3.19

• Proposal and objectives were thoroughly studied.
• Reviews collected to understand and adopt the suitable methodology for the research work.
• Preliminary schedule/ questionnaire has been prepared.
• Visited concerned departments (Forest department and Horticulture department) and societies (LAMPS - Large Sized Adivasi
• Multi Purpose Societies) in Yellapura and Haliyala division and interacted with concerned officers.
• Collected information regarding major tribes residing in the study area and identified the villages for the upcoming survey which mainly inhabit tribals.
• Interacted with local medicinal plant products sellers and identified major medicinal plants under circulation in the market with respect to both value and volume.
• Based on the preliminary survey schedule will be modified to suit project requirement.
• Conducted one day  “Interactive workshop” held at  KRCCH Arabhavi

 

BIOVERSITY

15

Mainstreaming tropical under-utilized and minor fruit for health, nutrition, and livelihood security

Dr. G.S.K. Swamy
Professor and Head, Dept. of Fruit Science, COH, Bengaluru

1.  To augment superior germplasm of indigenous underutilized fruits of economic importance
2.To characterize and evaluation, conserve the collected germplasm (Clones of Mother trees) in the genetic garden
3.To standardize the vegetative propagation techniques wherever not available
4.Nutrional profiling for enhanced utilization and value chain
5.Multiplication and distribution of plants to both urban and rural consumers
6.Capacity building and awareness on use and role of underutilized fruit to address increasing malnutrition among masses at various levels i.e. policy, women, youth and school children(both rural and urban)
7.To undertake research by Master student on various aspects of underutilized fruits

12.72

Survey was done for identification of elite types in Pummelo, Jackfruit, Woodapple, Avocado, Jamun, Roseapple etc. in Bengaluru, Chikkaballapura, Bagalkot, Hasan, Udupi, Ballary and Koppal district and collected few types for further morphological observations.
Land was cleared and marking and digging of pits was done during summer months for taking up planting. Planting was done during june month of following crops. ie. Mango, Avocado, Citrus sps, Fig, Jackfruit, Tamarind, Mangosteen, Passion fruit, Sweet tamarind etc
 Grafting, layering and seedling were raised in different crops as a part of multiplication and different sps were supplied to different locations for establishment of gene banks i.e. Bagalkot, NBPGR, New Delhi, and other places.
Collection of few more types will be done and planting will be taken up during this season.  Many visitors, including school and college students were educated about importance of the minor fruit and their nutritional value. Morphological and biochemical analysis was done in Pummelo, Woodapple and Jack types. Morphological and biochemical analysis will be taken up for the selected fruits in the coming season.

16

Biochemical profiling of minor fruits for food and nutritional value

Dr.K.R.Vasudeva, Asso. Professor, HREC, Hogalagere

1. Assessment of food value in terms of vitamins, minerals, augar proteins, total protein and total list in few underutilized tropical fruits
2. Identification and quantification of health benefiting phytochemical and total antioxidant capacity.
3. Bringing out a catalogue on food value of underutilsed fruits.

4.96

completed biochemical profiling of six minor crops

NATIONAL BEE BOARD (NBB)

17

Honey & other beehive products Testing and Quality Control Laboratory by University of Horticultural Sciences, Bagalkot, Karnataka

Dr. Laxminarayan Hegde
Dean, CHEFT, Devihosur-581110

1. To analyze the honey samples for its purity as per FSSAI standards
2. To analyze the honey for possible adulterants and to identify the source of adulterations to give
quality assurance to consumers

72.52

1.Civil work- completed
2. Procurement of all lab instruments-  completed

NATIONAL MEDICINAL PLANTS BOARD (NMPB)

18

Institutional Herbal Garden

Dr. Vijaykumar B. Narayanapur
Asst. Professor and Head Dept. of PSMA
CoH, Bagalkot - 587104

Establishment   Herbal Garden of MAP Heritagevana, Health concept vana etc.

6

Established the demonstration block of medicinal & aromatic, REC plant and Heritage Vana

 

COCONUT DEVELOPMENT BOARD (CDB)

19

Establisment of Nucleus Coconut Seed Garden at University Horticultural Sciences, Bagalkot

Dr. Vijaykumar B. Narayanapur
Asst. Professor and Head Dept. of PSMA
CoH, Bagalkot - 587104

To establish the mother block of 4 coconut varieties Kalpataru, MOD, COD and MGD

6

Established the Nucleus Coconut Seed Garden

WATERSHED DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT (WDD)

20

Watershed Development to prevent Drought (WDPD)

 Dr. I. B. Biradar,

 

 Dr. Prasanna, S.M

 

Mr. Praveenkumar B. Naikodi,

1) Characterization of natural resources in microwatersheds in Vijayapur, Bagalkot and Bidar districts.
2) Hydrological assessment for basic parameters in these districts.
3) Maintenance of data through digital library.

210.00

Area : 61,730.15 ha covered under 109 microwatersheds and 30 atlases have been prepared.

PMFME-CIC

21

Establishment of Common Incubation Centre for processing of Fruits and spice Produce under PM FME Scheme.

Dr. Thippanna K.S. CHEFT, Devihosur

1.To build the capacity and create awareness on use of processing equipments among start-ups and micro entrepreneurs/SHGs/FPOs/ Cooperatives
2.Utilization of incubation Centre on commercial basis on hiring basis
3.To utilize the facility for teaching and hands-on training centre for graduate students of Food Technology

207.09

Procurement of all 3 processing line is over along with 90% civil work

  

(SCIENCE & ENGINEERING RESEARCH BOARD) SERB

22

Transcriptome and matabolome study of Luctucs Serriola L. wild edible leafy vegetable for understanding it's nutritional and health benefiting potentiality

Dr. Jayashree Ugalat
COH, Bengaluru

• Survey to undesrand the usage pattern and importance of Lactuca serriola L. in folk diet and medicine.
•  Complete metabolome profile of Lactuca serriola L to understand its health benefiting, nutritional and antinutritional values
• Transcriptome profiling: metabolite which having abundance flux will be targeted for identification candidates genes of its metabolomic pathway and relative expression of candidates genes of metabolites will be assayed in against to well know rich source leafy vegetables for particular metabolite. • Understanding the anti- nephrolithiasis activity of  Lactuca serriola L.

10.22

Objective 1 and Objective 2 are completed

NATURAL FARMING PROJECT, ZONE-8 & 9

 

23

Natural Farming Project, Zone-8 (Hort.), Regional Horticultural Research and Extension Centre, Kumbapur, Dharwad

Dr. Anand B. Mastiholi

Professor of Agronomy

RHREC, Dharwad (Kumbapur)

1. To evaluate, comparatively, Natural Farming (ZBNF) system for its productivity, profitability, adoptability and sustainability in different cropping systems and farming situations with special reference to horticultural crops.

2.To study the soil health dimensions (physical, chemical and biological properties).

3.  To ascertain and contain the pests and disease incidence through natural and biological means.

4.      To demonstrate, assess and disseminate ZBNF practices in farmers’ field.

5.To conduct capacity building programmes to the farmers to promote the ZBNF and other natural/organic production systems in horticulture ecosystem.

 

40.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Results presented in the state level workshop

 

24

Natural Farming Project, Zone-9,

 College of Horticulture,

Sirsi

Dr. Shivanand Hongal

Asst. Prof. of Veg. Science,

CoH, Sirsi

1. To evaluate, comparatively, Zero

Budget Natural Farming (ZBNF) system for its productivity, profitability

and stability in different cropping systems and farming systems.

2. To study the soil health dimensions (physical, chemical and biological).

3. To ascertain the incidence of pests and diseases through natural and biological means.

4. To demonstrate, assess and disseminate ZBNF practices in farmers field.

5. To conduct capacity building programmes to the farmers to promote the ZBNF and other natural/organic production systems

-

Influence of different management practices on soil health, rhizosphere micro flora and yield under different cropping systems at various locations, as mentioned below

1. Banana inter cropped with Ginger and French bean as sequential cropping at CoH, Sirsi

The observations on French bean and ginger have been recorded and analyzed for three seasons. The experiment is being continued for second ratoon of banana

2. Arecanut + black pepper croppingsystem at HREC, Sirsi

3. Arecanut at Andagi 

4. Coconut + arecanut + black pepper cropping system at Hanagal

Observations have been recorded,

analyzed and drawn the results from two successive years for the experiments on arecanut based cropping system and the same is being continued

5. Investigation on effect of organics on growth, yield and quality of banana (Musa Paradisiac L.) Cv. Mitli at Hanagal

The observations have been recorded

and analysis is being carried out. The experiment needs to be continued further for drawing conclusive results

 

Chief Minister’s Natural Farming Project

 

25

Chief Minister’s Natural Farming Project, Zone-8 (Hort.), Regional Horticultural Research and Extension Centre, Kumbapur, Dharwad

Dr. Anand B. Mastiholi

Professor of Agronomy

RHREC, Dharwad (Kumbapur)

The proposed project aims to combine both natural farming and

organic farming practices (bio-intensive) and implement, demonstrate, create awareness and study the same in farmers’ field with an objective to maintain and/or enhance the yield levels. The use of locally available or locally prepared inputs with crop diversification is given more emphasis.

51.25

Amount transferred to Beneficiary farmers Through DBT.

 

 

 

 

26

Chief Minister’s Natural Farming Project, Zone-9,

 College of Horticulture,

Sirsi

Dr. Sudheesh Kulkarni

Asst. Prof. of Veg. Science,

CoH, Sirsi

· Evaluation-local practice V/s Natural Farming

· To study the soil health dimensions

· To ascertain the incidence of pest and diseases

· To demonstrate and disseminate Natural Farming practices

· To conduct capacity building programmes to the farmers and service personnel

· Economic analysis of Natural Farming farmers in comparison with local practice

51.25

·  Cluster wise capacity building program and awareness programs are conducted.

·   As per DPR, incentive amount has been credited to beneficiary farmers

 

CENTRALLY SPONSORED SCHEME – MISSION FOR INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT OF HORTICULTURE (CSS-MIDH)

 

27

CENTRALLY SPONSORED SCHEME – MISSION FOR INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT OF HORTICULTURE, - DEVELOPMENT

PROGRAMMES ON SPICES & AROMATIC PLANTS – SPONSORED BY THE DIRECTORATE OF ARECANUT AND SPICES

DEVELOPMENT, CALICUT.

Dr. Maheswarappa H. P

PI (CSS-MIDH)

UHS, BAGALKOT

 

 

Multiplication of quality planting material in Spices and Aromatic crops

73.51

Measure-wise achievements for the year 2022-23

·      Black pepper rooted cuttings -89624

·      Ginger portray method (No.)-nil

·      Turmeric rhizomes (t) - 24

·      Turmeric portray method (No.)

-          308613

·      Chilli seeds (q.) - 10

·      Tamarind grafts (No.) – 21828

·      Clove /All spice seedlings (No.) – 998.5

·      Curry leaf (No.) – 47044

·      Aromatic plants (ha) - 0.60

·      Garlic (t.) --

·      Establishment of seed processing & storage infrastructure (Bidar) - -

Up grading / Modernization of spice nurseries

·      Establishment of distillation unit -- 1

On farm water management – Setting up – Micro Irrigation /Drip irrigation (ha)

·      Black pepper –Sirsi - -

·      Chilli – 2.99

·      Seed spices – 0.92

·      Establishment of FLD’s on virus resistant chilli varieties (0.50 Acres ) – 1.89

Transfer of Technology Programmes

·      Farmers Training Programme (Bagalkot) - 2.0

 

VALAGRO

 

28

Exploring biostimulants in vegetable crops for the sustainable plant health

Dr. Devappa V., COH, Bengaluru

1.  To study plant growth promotion, disease suppression and abiotic stress management

2.  To study the effect of plant bio-stimulants on suppression of soil borne diseases, foliar diseases, rhizosphere efficiency, nutrient uptake/use efficiency, transplanting stress and root development/promotion.

3.  To evaluate the effect of plant bio-stimulants on yield enhancement by suppression of diseases.

4. To study the effect of plant bio-stimulants on crop productivity.

113.58

Ab/c No.: 5464

Biostimulant: Actiwave

Crop: Pomogranate

·       The treatment was induced twice, after fruit setting and 15 days after first application

·   The observations on SPAD index and plant vigour were taken before treatment and 5,

15, 30, 45 days after first application.

·   The experiment is in progress and the observations on yield will be recorded at

harvest and the data will be analysed and compared with the untreated check.

Crop: Grapes

·   The treatment was induced twice, after fruit setting and 15 days after first application

·                     The observations on SPAD index, plant vigour, bunch length, weight of bunch, number of bunches per plant, colour of berries, fruit sugar content and yield per plant were recorded.

 

·   The experiment is completed and the results are to be analysed statistically and to be compared with the control.

2. Name of the Centre: COH, Munirabad

Ab/c No.: 5467

Biostimulant: Actiwave

Crop: Pomogranate

·  The treatment was induced twice, after fruit setting and 15 days after first application

·         The observations on SPAD index and plant vigour were taken before treatment and 5, 15, 30, 45 days after first application.

·   The experiment is in progress and the observations on yield will be recorded at harvest and the data will be analysed and compared with the untreated check.

3. Name of the Centre: COH, Bagalkot

Ab/c No.: 5466

Biostimulant: Actiwave

Crop: Grapes

·   The treatment was induced twice, after fruit setting and 15 days after first application

·   The observations on SPAD index, plant vigour, bunch length, weight of bunch,

number of bunches per plant, colour of berries, fruit sugar content and yield per plant were recorded.

·   The experiment is completed and the results are to be analysed statistically and to be

compared with the control.

4. Name of the Centre: KRCCH, Arabhavi

Ab/c No.: 5465

Biostimulant: Actiwave

Crop: Tomato

·         The treatment was induced twice, after fruit setting and 15 days after first application

·   The observations on SPAD index, plant vigour, average fruit weight and foliar weight were recorded after 60 days of transplanting.

·   The data on fruits per plant, fruit weight per plant, fruit sugar content and yield was recorded.

·         The experiment is completed and the results are to be analysed statistically and to be compared with the control.

Crop: Capsicum

·  The treatment was induced at fruit setting of third truss and 15 days after first application

·   The observations on SPAD index, plant vigour, average fruit weight and foliar weight were recorded after 60 days of transplanting.

The experiment is in progress and the observations on yield will be recorded at harvest and the data will be analysed and compared with the untreated check.

 

Organic Farming Cell

 

32

Organic seed production

Dr. Anand B. Mastiholi

Professor of Agronomy

RHREC, Dharwad (Kumbapur)

Production of organic seeds

20.00

The organic seed production programme  implemented in seven research centers locations under UHS Bagalakot

 

33

Establishment of  model organic farm

Dr. Sanjeevredd G Reddy, Asst. Prof. of Agronomy, DR Office, UHS, Bagalkot

Establishment of  model organic farm

50.00

The Model organic farm programme implemented in five research centers located under UHS

Bagalakot

 

34

Production of desi vegetable seeds and  fruit seeds / seedling s                                  

Dr. B. Fakruddin, Professor of BCI, CoH, Bengaluru

Production of desi vegetable seeds and  fruit seeds / seedling s

40.00

1. Established gene bank for desi vegetables crops Field facility for multiplication of desi fruit and seed vegetable crops and tuber crops was established.

2. Established ex situ field gene (Block -1 and lock-2) for local fruit crops

3. Survey and collection of desi vegetables and local fruit crops covering Karnataka was done.

4. Seed production local varieties of onion (3 nos), brinjal (6 types), tomato (3 types) etc., was done.

5. Multiplication of local fruit crops such as lime, guava, tamarind etc. was undertaken.

6. Awareness and seed production training to custodian famers was undertaken.

 

 

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