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PPV & FRA

 

 

 

 

 

Sl. No

Tittle of the project

Name of the PI

Objectives of the project

Year of Sanction

 Amount released (Rs. In lakhs)

Progress

Action plan

1

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

2016-17

3.5

1. Dus testing guidelines have developed and submitted to PPV&FRA and has been accepted by PPV&FRA
2.All the collected genotypes (21) were characterized as per the DUS guideline
2. Maintained in the field at good condition in three replications
3. Another 16 new moringa genotypes were collected and maintained in shade house
4. Multiplication of newly collected genotypes in sufficient number is in progress.

1.Maintenance of already established reference varieties in good condition
2. Establishment of newly collected reference varieties block
3. DUS characterization of newly collected moringa genotypes
4.Creating awareness among the farmers and faculty members about various provisions of PPV&FRA Act
5.Initiating crop improvement activities like hybridization etc.

2

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

1. Characterization of chilli, Capsicum and Paprika lines.
2. Evaluation for DUS in chilli, Capsicum and Paprika

2021-22

5

Totally 21+5 chilli lines were charaterized for different phenotypic characters and final report yet to be submitted to the funding agency.

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NATIONAL MISSION FOR FOOD PROCESSING (NMFP)

 

1

Creation of infrastructural facilities for  running Diploma in Post Harvest Technology

Dr. S.L. Jagadeesh, Professor & Head, Department of PHT, GKVK, Bengaluru.

1. To create Para professionals in Post harvest food technology to meet the demands of the public and private organization.
2. To create infrastructure facilities.

2012-13

32.02

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2

Creation of infrastructural facilities for running Degree in Post Harvest Technology

Dr. S.L. Jagadeesh, Professor & Head, Department of PHT, GKVK, Bengaluru.

1. To create Para professionals in Post harvest food technology to meet the demands of the public and private organization.
2. To create infrastructure facilities.

2012-13

39.37

GCMS System (Date: 31/03/2021) installed

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 KAPC, GOK, Bengaluru

 

 

 

 

 

1

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

Dr. M.G Kerutagi
Dean & Principal Investigator

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

2015-16

58.12

1)A virtual advisory committee meeting was held on 26-04-2021 at KRCCH Arabhavi to discuss the final results of cost of cultivation for the allotted crops for the year 2020-21
2)Submitted the report on Cost of Cultivation Data was compared with Package of Practice for the month of June 14, 2021
3) Submitted the report on  “Impact of Petrol / Diesel price hike on Cost of Cultivation of Horticultural Crops” to KAPC, Bengaluru for the month of July 15, 2021
4) Submitted the “Price spread analysis report” on   Jowar, Maize Bajra, Tur, Bengalgram. Blackgram, Greengram, Tomato,
Onion and Potato to KAPC, Bengaluru for the month of September 14, 2021
5) Submitted Crop profile for the allotted crops (Onion, Tomato, Turmeric and Potato) for the month of November 17, 2021
Farmer income and welfare  data collected of Belagavi, Bagalkot and   Bidar districts  for the month of January 2022

1) Data collection  for the allotted Principal horticultural crops ( Grapes , Raisin and Pomegranate ) for the year 2021-22
2) Data entry  for the allotted Principal horticultural crops (Grapes, Raisin, Pomegranate, turmeric and Dry Chilli ) for the year 2021-22
3)Conducting advisory committee meeting to finalized cost of cultivation for the year 2021-22.
Data Analysis of farmer income and welfare survey work.
4) Identification of sample villages and taluks for conducting cost of cultivation study and Conducting advisory
committee meeting to finalize sample villages and taluks.Conducting  of one day National/ State Workshop on horticultural crops of this region.
5) Conducting Cost of cultivation study for the year 2022-23, data collection and analysis will do using AMEYA KRISHI software.
Preparation of Brochures for Totagarike Mela-2022
6) Conducting advisory committee meeting to finalized cost of cultivation for the year 2022-23

Ministry of Agriculture & Farmers Welfare (MoFAW)

 

 

 

1

Establishment of Farm Machinery Testing Centre

Dr. Siddanagouda Yadachi

Testing and certification of farm equipments as per BIS Test Codes

2021-22

70.45

Permission is awaited from funding agency for budget utilization and procurement of instrumentation required.

1. Procurement of instruments and priome movers required for testing.
2. Initiation of testing and certification.

   KARNATAKA BIODIVERSITY BOARD, BENGALURU

 

 

1

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.

2020-21

6.39

• 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

To conduct final Survey, data analysis and submitting final report for the  project work.

BIOVERSITY

 

 

 

 

 

1

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

Dr. G.S.K. Swamy

• To augment superior germplasm of indigenous underutilized fruits of economic importance
• To characterize and evaluate, conserve the collected germplasm (clones of mother tress) in the genetic garden
• To standardize the vegetative propagation techniques wherever not available
• Nutritional profiling for enhanced utilization and value chain
• Multiplication and distribution of plants to both urban and rural consumers
• Capacity building and awareness on use and role of underutilized fruits to address increasing malnutrition among masses at various levels i.e. policy, women, youth andschool children (both rural and urban)   
• To undertake research by Master students on various aspects of underutilized fruits

2021-22

6.82

Collected minor fruits and other fruits crops will be planted in the new  area allotted for the project


PLANTING WILL BE TAKEN UP DURING THIS MONTH AND SURVEY WILL BE CONTNUED

2

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.

2017-18

4.96

completed biochemical profiling of six minor crops

Continued the project if committed budget released

NATIONAL BEE BOARD (NBB)

 

 

 

 

1

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

2021-22

72

Civil work complotted,  Procurement lab instruments- 11 completed,

Procurement 2 lab instruments- viz.,  AAS, Texture analyzer under progress

NATIONAL MEDICINAL PLANTS BOARD (NMPB)

 

 

1

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.

2021-22

6

Financial progress  amount till date Rs. 441591.00 and remaining  amount 158409.00

Established the medicinal plants new varieties  and high density planting at Sector No. 41, UHS, Bagalkot

COCONUT DEVELOPMENT BOARD (CDB)

 

 

 

 

1

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

2021-22

6

Financial progress  amount till date Rs. 212960.00 and remaining  amount 87040.00

Established the coconut varieties block and high density planting at Sector No. 41, UHS, Bagalkot

DEPARTMENT OF CASHEW & COCOA DEVELOPMENT BOARD (DCCD)

 

 

1

Frontline technology demonstration of cashew under northern dry zone of Karnataka funded by Directorate of Cashewnut and Cocoa Development

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

Front line technology demonstration of cashew varieties and high density planting under northern dry zone of Karnataka

2020-21

12

Financial progress  amount till date Rs. 115745.00 and remaining  amount
Rs. 4255.00

Established the cashew varieties block and high density planting at UHS, Bagalkot

WATERSHED DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT (WDD)

 

 

1

Sujala III (Exit Stratergy)

Mr.Praveenkumar B Naikodi
Asst. Professor, College of Horticulture, Bidar-585 403

1. To monitor and Assess Bench mark soil series established under SUJALA-III Project.
2. To monitor and Assess Temporal  variations in soil and land properties
3. Assessment of Hydrological parameters in model micro micro watershed 

2020-21

256.39

 

 

2

Watershed Development to prevent Drought (WDPD)

 Mr. Praveenkumar B. Naikodi, Bidar Division

Watershed management and development through  Land resource inventerizaion

2021-22

160.00

Surface charecteristics, Profile collectction, lab analysis completed and 84 Maps prepared

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Dr. I. B. Biradar, Vijayapura Division

Surface charecteristics, Profile collectction, lab analysis completed and 215 Maps prepared

Dr. S.M. Prasanna, Bagalkot Division

Surface charecteristics, Profile collectction, lab analysis completed and 54 Maps prepared

PMFME-CIC

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

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

Dr. Thippanna K.S. CHEFT, Devihosur

To build the capacity and create awareness on use of processing equipments among start-ups and micro entrepreneurs/SHGs/FPOs/Cooperatives

2021-22

 

Procurement of lab equipment is completed,

For supply of three processing lines along with plant utilities Worth Rs: 1,64,50,000.00 supply order was issued to M/s. Shiva Engineers, Pune, Civil work is under progress

 ICAR

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

Synthesis Validation and Promotion of IPM technology chilli

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

1. Synthesis, Validation and Refinement f deliverable IPM Technology in chilli.
2. Creation of Knowledge resources and database on chilli IPM
3. Promotion of Adaptable IPM Technology under wide area approach.

2020-21

6.05

1. Different IPM modules have implemented in the nine chilli growing farmers field
2. Disseminating IPM technologies to farmers for the management of chilli pests and diseases

170000.00

Directorate of Arecanut and Spices Development

 

 

1

Establishment of Distillation Unit

Dr. L.Hegde

to demonstrate the extraction of essential oils to farmers

2021-22

 

Fabrication is over, installation will be done within a week

Rs. 4.49580

2

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. N. K. Hegde

Production and supply of quality planting material of spices and aromatic plants

2021-22

2.85

 

 

 (Science & Engineering Research Board) SERB

 

 

 

1

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
7204875276
jayabiotech16@gmail.com

• 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.

2021-22

14.14

Objective 1
• Survey to understand the usage pattern and importance of Lactuca serriola L. in folk diet and in medicine.

During 2022-23 Metabolome study:
1. complete profiling of mineral nutrients will be done using flame and atomic absorption spectrophotometer-Fe, Ca, Zn, K, Mg, Mn as vegetables are believed to be a good source these nutrients and are having importance in nutrition and health of human being. More particularly, this lactuca is used in treatment of anemia, osteoporosis, muscular weakness and miracle food for pregnant women & lactating mother. Therefore, profiled these mineral nutrients may have curative or impactive effect against these values.
2. Complete profiling of vitamins and essential amino acids using HPLC chromatogram: as all these vitamins and mineral essential to pregnant women as well as new born baby for proper growth and development.
3. Profiling of phytochemicals using HPLC; flavanoids and phenols, these phytochemicals are known to be a rich source of antioxidant and having role in curing of certain diseases, such as cancer and diabetes, etc. 4. Analysis of proximate composition of the lactuca: Total sugars, Carbohydrates, protein and crude fat 5. Study of anti-nutritional factor: alkaloids, tannin, phytates and oxalates. Complete profiling of alkaloids to understand any principle alkaloid present in this crop.
4. Analysis of proximate composition of the lactuca: Total sugars, Carbohydrates, protein and crude fat
5. Study of anti-nutritional factor: alkaloids, tannin, phytates and oxalates. Complete profiling of alkaloids to understand any principle alkaloid present in this crop.

 New External funded projects for the year 2021-22

 

Sl.No

Title

Name of the PI

Objectives

Amount released

(Rs.in lakhs)

 

 

Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojane (RKVY)

 

 

1.

Establishment of Energy Park at CHEFT Devihosur 

Dr. Siddanna Yadachi, Assistant Professor, CHEFT, Devihosur

1.    To harness abundantly available solar energy in the proposed site almost throughout the year for thermal applications and generation of electric power.

2.    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.

3.    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.

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

5.    To motivate and encourage students of primary to graduation level to create awareness of the utility of renewable/non-conventional energy sources by conducting live demonstrations and arranging training/workshops/seminars.

6.    To install and demonstrate solar powered plant protection equipment, post-harvest equipment, solar tunnel dryers and creating awareness among the farmers, researchers and students.

111.00

 

2

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)

170.00

 

3

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.

193.10

 

4

Establishment of Model vegetable grafting nursery for tackling soil related biotic and abiotic constraints in Karnataka

Dr. Shivanada Hongal                 Assistant Professor, COH, Sirsi

1. To screen the Capsicum and Solanum germplasm for resistance to biotic (soil borne pathogens) and abiotic (drought and flood stress) and high nutrient acquisition and utilization efficiency with special reference to root traits.

2.  To exploit the identified elite root stocks for enhancing yields in tomato, brinjal and capsicum (both open field and protected cultivation)

3.  To establish model vegetable grafting nursery for scaling up and supply of the elite grafted seedlings in solanaceous vegetable crops and rural entrepreneur development for grafted vegetable nursery in state of Karnataka

4.   To supply the grafted seedlings of tomato and brinjal on Solanum toruvum to the farmers for enhancing yields and combating bacterial wilt resistance.

132.00 

 

5

Establishment of Biocontrol Labrotary for pest and disease management in vegetable and fruit crops

Dr. Sadhanand Mushirf,  Assistant Professor, COH, Sirsi

1.  Survey for isolation of efficient microbial bio-inoculants from Kolar district.

2. Identification, mass production and supply of most efficient strains of Trichoderma spp. Pseudomonas fluorescens (PGPR),Metarrhizium anisopliae, Verticilium lecanii, Beauveria bassiana  against foliar and soil borne pests and diseases of  vegetable and fruit crops.

3. Preparation and supply of fruit fly traps and sticky traps for the management of insect pests in fruit and vegetable crops.

4.  Capacity building on the production of bio-control agents and preparation of fruit fly traps and sticky trapsfor farming community.

5. Popularization of bio-agents and trapsin Kolar, Chikkaballapur and Bengaluru Rural districts.

6. Mass production and supply of quality bio agents, their consortium and traps.

144.07 

PPV & FRA

   

Sl. No

Tittle of the project

Name of the PI

Objectives of the project

 Amount released (Rs. In lakhs)

1

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

1.Characterization of chilli, Capsicum and Paprika lines.
2. Evaluation for DUS in chilli, Capsicum and Paprika

5.0

MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE & FARMERS WELFARE (MOFAW)

 

1

Establishment of Farm Machinery Testing Centre

Dr. Siddanagouda Yadachi

Testing and certification of farm equipments as per BIS Test Codes

70.45

BIOVERSITY

   

1

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

Dr. G.S.K. Swamy

• To augment superior germplasm of indigenous underutilized fruits of economic importance
• To characterize and evaluate, conserve the collected germplasm (clones of mother tress) in the genetic garden
• To standardize the vegetative propagation techniques wherever not available
• Nutritional profiling for enhanced utilization and value chain
• Multiplication and distribution of plants to both urban and rural consumers
• Capacity building and awareness on use and role of underutilized fruits to address increasing malnutrition among masses at various levels i.e. policy, women, youth andschool children (both rural and urban)   
• To undertake research by Master students on various aspects of underutilized fruits

6.82

COCONUT DEVELOPMENT BOARD (CDB)

 

1

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

6.0

WATERSHED DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT (WDD)

1

Watershed Development to prevent Drought (WDPD)

 Mr. Praveenkumar B. Naikodi, Bidar Division

Watershed management and development through  Land resource inventerizaion

160.00

Dr. I. B. Biradar, Vijayapura Division

Dr. S.M. Prasanna, Bagalkot Division

PMFME-CIC

1

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

Dr. Thippanna K.S. CHEFT, Devihosur

To build the capacity and create awareness on use of processing equipments among start-ups and micro entrepreneurs/SHGs/FPOs/Cooperatives

 207.59

ICAR

1

Synthesis Validation and Promotion of IPM technology chilli

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

1. Synthesis, Validation and Refinement f deliverable IPM Technology in chilli.
2. Creation of Knowledge resources and database on chilli IPM
3. Promotion of Adaptable IPM Technology under wide area approach.

6.05

DIRECTORATE OF ARECANUT AND SPICES DEVELOPMENT

1

Establishment of Distillation Unit

Dr. L.Hegde

to demonstrate the extraction of essential oils to farmers

4.5 

2

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. N. K. Hegde

Production and supply of quality planting material of spices and aromatic plants

2.85

(Science & Engineering Research Board) SERB

1

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
7204875276
jayabiotech16@gmail.com

• 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.

14.14

VALAGRO

1

Bio-stimulants induced plant response to disease resistance, nutrition and yield potentiality in tomato and muskmelon

Dr. V. Devappa, Professor and Head, Plant Pathology, COH, Bengaluru

1.    Bio-stimulant induced disease resistance response in tomato and muskmelon

2.    Morphological and physiological responses of tomato and muskmelon under the influence of bio-stimulants

3.    Nutritional performance assessment of tomato and muskmelon under the influence of bio-stimulants

4.    Performance assessment for crop yield levels and fruit quality in tomato and muskmelon under the influence of bio-stimulant

17.71

Organic Farming Cell

1

Organic seed production

Dr. Anand B. Mastiholi

Professor of Agronomy

RHREC, Dharwad (Kumbapur)

Production of organic seeds

20.00

2

Establishment of  model organic field

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

Establishment of  model organic field

50.00

3

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

 

 

 

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