Achivements since from 25 years.....


Mysore District (Kannada: ಮೈಸೂರು ಜಿಲ್ಲೆ) has as its jurisdiction with eight taluks. Mysore district has two agro-ecological zones, Southern Dry Zone (Zone 6) and Southern Transition Zone (Zone 7). The district receives an average annual rainfall of 782 mm. The geographical area of the district is 6.76 lakh ha of which 3.84 lakh ha is arable land, characterized by sandy red soil and shallow black soils. During this period the ICAR JSS Krishi Vigyan Kendra, has conducted more than 100 on farm trials, 300 frontline demonstrations, 1500 trainings and extension activities, production inputs at site, soil and water testing etc., being carried out.





On Farm Testing


KVK plays important role in sourcing knowledge and technology options from the indigenous knowledge base and from research institutions. The options are then subjected to trials ascertain their appropriateness and location specially before popularizing farmers. The subject matter specialists of the KVK guide the farmers in evaluating the technology suitably. The KVK has assessed and recommended with suitable modifications, various technologies such as new varieties of major crops, soil health and nutrition management practices, pest and disease management, value addition and drudgery reduction including Livestock management.


The list of on farm trials conducted since inception are as below

Sl. No. Crop/Enterprise Assessment
1 Paddy
  • Varietal Assessment
  • Sowing bed preparation
  • Suitable variety for saline soils
  • Management of wireworm
  • Management of stem borer and leaf roller by biological method
  • Blast managemnt
  • Integrated crop management - Scilica, saline variety
  • Assessment of daesi varieties
2 Banana
  • Varetial introduction
  • Split application of P by VAM & PSB
  • Intercrop management
  • Higher yield by Natural Resource Management (NRM)
  • Increase of bunch weight in -Yellakki variety
  • Management of Ranjaka in Yellakki variety
  • Ethyline mediated ripening technology in banana
3 Cotton
  • Introduction of early hybrid DHH 11
  • Soil moisture conservation and foliar nutrition for optimum development of cotton
  • Zinc and boron nutrition in cotton
  • Yield maximization in Bt cotton through increased nutrient use efficiency
  • Management of Stem weevil in Cotton
4 Groundnut
  • Planting geometry in groundnut
  • Assessment of varietal trail on Groundnut ICGV 91114
  • Zinc and boron nutrition in cotton
  • Assessment of groundnut var. in rainfed area (Kadri 6, ICGV 9114 & Chintamani 2)
5 Pigeon Pea
  • IPM for pod borer management
  • Yield enhancement through transplanting
6 Redgram
  • Assessment of wilt resitant, small grained, red coloured red gram var. BRG 5
7 Sesamum
  • Suitable of seasamum genotypes to paddy fallows of Mysuru district BSP 949
8 Sorghum
  • Suitability of rabi sorghum var. in black soil ( CSV 14 R)
9 Black gram
  • Varietal assessment after paddy harvesting areas
  • Assessment of weed management technologies
10 Sugarcane
  • Management of pest and diseases
  • Assessment of eco-friendly management practices of root grub in Sugarcane
11 Jasmine
  • Integrated Crop Management
12 Tuerose
  • Management of thrips in tuberose
13 Tomato
  • Management of fruit borer
14 Jowar
  • Varietal assessment in black soils
15 Mango
  • Ethylene mediated ripening technology in Mango
16 Chili
  • Assessment of chilli hybrids for zone 6
17 Green gram
  • Assessment of variety for machine harvesting
18 Ginger
  • Assessment of variety for disease management
18 Chick pea
  • Varietal assessment in Chickpea
19 Chia
  • Assessment of chia as alternative crop to cotton and ragi
20 Composting
  • Assessment of de-composting cultures in compost preparation
21 Sericulture
  • Management of Uzi fly
  • Integrated pest management
  • Management of tukra disease
  • Management of fertilizer in drip
  • Nutrient management in mulberry
22 Home Science
  • Introduction of ARTI Cooker (smokeless Chula)
  • Efficient of use of fuel
  • Improving the shelf life of vegetables (Zero energy cool chamber)
  • Value addition in tamarind and marketing
  • Value addition of ragi floor with soya powder
  • Assessment of farming systems for nutritional security to combat hidden hunger
23 Animal Science
  • Increasing milk yielding thro’ enrichment of fodder
  • Increasing the milk production in mulching animals
  • Giriraja poultry birds rearing to improve the nutritional status and as subsidiary occupation
  • Enriching the feed by urea to increase the body weight of sheep
  • Treatment of clinical mastitis in high yielding animals
  • Assessment of effective Acaricide to control Ectoparasite infestation in dairy cows

Frontline Demonstrations


Demonstrations are organized on farmers’ fields to assess the potential of various technologies and to mobilize farmers feedback on the new technology introductions. Field days are also organized as a part of demonstrations to create a plot form for the practicing farmers to share their experiences and to popularize new technologies among the farming community. The KVK has organized over 5000 demonstrations on farmers fields in the last 25 years covering more than 2500 ha area involving all the major crops and enterprise. The demonstration have contributed, directly and indirectly to increase in the rate of technology adoption by farmers from 40 to 65 per cent.

The list of on farm trials conducted since inception are as below

Sl. No. Crop/Enterprise Demonstration
1 Fodder
  • Varietal introduciton
  • Integrated Nutrient Management
  • Integrated Crop Management
  • Demonstration of maize hybrid
2 Paddy
  • Varetial introduction hybrid varieties
  • Integrated Pest Management
  • Integrated Disease Management
  • Integrated Crop Management
  • Integrated Nutrition Management
  • Seed Production
  • SRI Method
  • Mechanization in paddy
  • Soil reclamation IR 64
  • Mechanization of paddy transplanting
3 Banana
  • Popularization of Banana Special
  • Sucker treatment & soil application of Trichoderma
  • Fusarium wilt management in banana
  • Sigatoka disease management
  • Natural Resoruce Management in Banana
  • High Density Planting in babana
  • High Density Planting in babana
  • Integrated Pest Management
  • Integrated Disease Management
  • Integrated Crop Management
  • Integrated Nutrition Management
4 Groundnut
  • Planting geometry in groundnut
  • Assessment of varietal trail on Groundnut ICGV 91114
  • Zinc and boron nutrition in cotton
  • Assessment of groundnut var. in rainfed area (Kadri 6, ICGV 9114 & Chintamani 2)
5 Pigeon Pea
  • IPM for pod borer management
  • Yield enhancement through transplanting
6 Redgram
  • Assessment of wilt resitant, small grained, red coloured red gram var. BRG 5
7 Sesamum
  • Suitable of seasamum genotypes to paddy fallows of Mysuru district BSP 949
8 Sorghum
  • Suitability of rabi sorghum var. in black soil ( CSV 14 R)
9 Black gram
  • Varietal assessment after paddy harvesting areas
  • Assessment of weed management technologies
10 Sugarcane
  • Management of pest and diseases
  • Assessment of eco-friendly management practices of root grub in Sugarcane
11 Jasmine
  • Integrated Crop Management
12 Tuerose
  • Management of thrips in tuberose
13 Tomato
  • Management of fruit borer
14 Jowar
  • Varietal assessment in black soils
15 Mango
  • Ethylene mediated ripening technology in Mango
16 Chili
  • Assessment of chilli hybrids for zone 6
17 Green gram
  • Assessment of variety for machine harvesting
18 Ginger
  • Assessment of variety for disease management
18 Chick pea
  • Varietal assessment in Chickpea
19 Chia
  • Assessment of chia as alternative crop to cotton and ragi
20 Composting
  • Assessment of de-composting cultures in compost preparation
21 Sericulture
  • Management of Uzi fly
  • Integrated pest management
  • Management of tukra disease
  • Management of fertilizer in drip
  • Nutrient management in mulberry
22 Home Science
  • Introduction of ARTI Cooker (smokeless Chula)
  • Efficient of use of fuel
  • Improving the shelf life of vegetables (Zero energy cool chamber)
  • Value addition in tamarind and marketing
  • Value addition of ragi floor with soya powder
  • Assessment of farming systems for nutritional security to combat hidden hunger
23 Animal Science
  • Increasing milk yielding thro’ enrichment of fodder
  • Increasing the milk production in mulching animals
  • Giriraja poultry birds rearing to improve the nutritional status and as subsidiary occupation
  • Enriching the feed by urea to increase the body weight of sheep
  • Treatment of clinical mastitis in high yielding animals
  • Assessment of effective Acaricide to control Ectoparasite infestation in dairy cows

Training


ICAR JSS KVK has well equipped training hall and a hostel to accomodate about 100 farmers at a time. Since inception more than 2000 trainining programme have been organized in on and off campus. Apart from this vocational, sponsored and extension training programme were also conducted.

The list of training programmes conducted since inception are as below

Sl. No. Training Courses Male Female SC/ST-Male SC/ST-Female
1 Farmer/FarmWomen- On Campus 980 15919 2635 7013 1438
2 Farmer/FarmWomen-Off Campus 429 7709 2221 3085 1067
3 Rural Youth/Vocational 127 1629 307 1024 299
4 Sponsored 411 7392 1118 5181 1245
5 Extension Personnel 61 831 196 436 113

Extension


JSSKVK has touch with more than 100000 farmers/farmwomen providing advisories, celebration of important days, method demos and various extension activities

The list of extension programmes conducted since inception are as below

Sl. No. Programme Name Numbers
1 Advisory over phone 35560
2 Agriculture quiz 22
3 Animal treated 1882
4 Diagsostic visit 1651
5 Ex-Traineees Samelan 6
6 Farmers Campaign 43
7 Farmers visit to KVK 53318
8 Field days 68
9 Kisan Ghosti 6
9 Krishimela 10
10 Literature 194
11 Method demonstration 396
12 Mobile agri clinic 20
13 KVK in News paper 290
14 KVK in News paper 290
15 Radio Talk 84
16 SHG Discussion 78
17 Soil Health Campaign 29
18 TV Talks 32
19 Video Show 42
20 Workshop 16
21 Issue of SHC 4195

Demo Units

Demo plots are a common feature of agriculture extension interventions. Demos are also common with other practitioners because they provide a platform to introduce new ideas and allow farmers to experience innovative practices first hand. KVK has more than 10 demo units to cater the needs of farmers


Sl. No. Year Nursery (Nos) Seed Production (q) Banana Special (kg) Vegetable Special (kg) Tricho cards (Nos) Vermicompost (kg)
1 2003-04 10833 0 - - - -
2 2004-05 8731 203.75 - - - -
3 2005-06 7517 964.46 - - 2850 -
4 2006-07 2710 264 - - 1027 -
5 2007-08 5403 258.9 - - 1917 -
6 2008-09 19140 171.29 - - - -
7 2009-10 8071 165 - - 720 -
8 2010-11 0 547 - - 1066 -
9 2011-12 27980 284 - - 794 -
10 2012-13 224981 69 2325 - 2236 15185
11 2013-14 105711 1208 2889 380 1382 9575
12 2015-16 39255 511 2889 1332 727 8733
13 2016-17 132783 262.5 7053 1425 292 15940
14 2017-18 287024 665 8165 2869 940 13842
15 2018-19 317188 877 10250 3976 1200 8445
16 2018-19 29381 347 8652 2850 381 2587

Soil and Water Testing Lab


Sl. No. Year Soil Testing Water Testing
Sample Villages Farmers Sample Villages Farmers
1 2004-2005 52 50 12 3 1 1
2 2005-2006 233 233 37 14 14 14
3 2006-2007 220 192 79 26 20 14
4 2007-2008 431 431 73 21 21 7
5 2008-2009 1675 1449 350 124 105 55
6 2009-2010 2079 1800 433 110 90 75
7 2010-2011 214 214 597 213 213 116
8 2011-2012 3236 2750 714 305 315 75
9 2012-2013 969 687 307 174 74 63
10 2013-2014 461 401 130 157 98 40
11 2014-2015 4652 4489 1354 888 776 465
12 2015-2016 861 775 314 354 302 155
13 2016-2017 1098 1424 291 489 406 129
14 2017-2018 1077 906 291 870 740 217
15 2018-2019 722 653 159 364 314 87
Total 19908 18382 5141 4112 3309 1513

Projects

Apart from regular mandate activities of the KVK, the sponsored project from various government departments has been executed by the staff of the KVK

The list of projects since inception are as below

Sl. No. Project Name Sponsored Year Project Outlay (Rs)
1 Production of Vermicompost CAPART, Dharwad 2001-2002 1,50,000
2 Production of Trichogramma Dept. of Bio Technology, New Delhi 2003-2005 6,50,000
3 Production of VAM Dept. of Bio Technology, New Delhi 2003-2005 16,20,000
4 NCIPM Cotton Project NCIPM, New Delhi 2010-2016 37,40,000
5 Silkworm rearing Dept. of DBT, New Delhi 2014-2015 11,84,000
6 Sericulture Project Dept. of DBT, New Delhi 2008-2009 1,00,8000
7 Seed Village Project ICAR-IIPR, Kanpur 2016-2019 1,50,000

Others

The other important achivements of the KVK are

Sl. No. Particular Link
1 Successfull Techonlogies Read More >>
2 Krishimela Read More >>
3 PPFRA Farmers Award Read More >>
4 Zonal KVK Award Read More >>

Revolving Fund


Sl. No. Year Income (Rs) Expenditure (Rs)
1 1996-1997 1,86,988 1,77,514
2 1997-1998 1,31,175 1,15,023
3 1998-1999 81,269 88,700
4 1999-2000 52,251 65,650
5 2000-2001 1,97,108 1,86,742
6 2001-2002 2,23,014 1,86,553
7 2002-2003 2,09,627 2,06,886
8 2003-2004 4,84,665 5,09,379
9 2004-2005 12,32,534 7,39,277
10 2005-2006 9,51,873 10,02,870
11 2006-2007 17,11,857 20,79,018
12 2007-2008 10,68,309 7,96,083
13 2008-2009 7,30,495 10,20,087
14 2009-2010 11,81,024 10,53,083
15 2010-2011 12,42,785 12,68,966
16 2011-2012 14,94,167 12,45,000
17 2012-2013 21,36,799 19,18,239
18 2013-2014 26,33,332 22,38,385
19 2014-2015 38,75,092 35,20,368
20 2015-2016 65,41,342 67,83,438
21 2016-2017 86,64,498 83,55,089
22 2017-2018 1,03,45,667 88,59,989
23 2018-2019 1,04,19,373 86,15,559

Vermicompost Production Unit


Sl. No. Year Income (Rs) Expenditure (Rs)
1 2000-2001 14910 10360
2 2001-2002 18490 19157
3 2002-2003 60950 39953
4 2003-2004 62978 32664
5 2004-2005 128330 82236
6 2005-2006 38135 26999
7 2006-2007 3350 10095
8 2007-2008 48033 9472
9 2008-2009 63600 16720
10 2009-2010 28265 14420
11 2010-2011 34750 12375
12 2011-2012 57850 39080
13 2012-2013 77733 52851
14 2013-2014 64750 59749
15 2014-2015 8992 42295
15 2015-2016 86417 72577
16 2016-2017 87305 61475
17 2017-2018 76596 46278
18 2018-2019 18400 5700

Trichogramma Production Unit


Sl. No. Year Income (Rs) Expenditure (Rs)
1 2005-2006 4106 0
2 2006-2007 19543 0
3 2007-2008 0 0
4 2008-2009 0 0
5 2009-2010 28265 14420
6 2010-2011 250 5925
7 2011-2012 21000 23813
8 2012-2013 54550 31330
9 2013-2014 35500 10290
10 2014-2015 19950 21308
11 2015-2016 9300 3622
12 2016-2017 24525 11605
13 2017-2018 35425 10230
14 2018-2019 2175 945

Banana Special Production Unit


Sl. No. Year Income (Rs) Expenditure (Rs)
1 2011-2012 151210 121859
2 2012-2013 363520 122768
3 2013-2014 354910 171178
4 2014-2015 763490 491808
5 2015-2016 190560 491823
6 2016-2017 925158 687314
7 2017-2018 1218770 600354
8 2018-2019 622220 438860

Vegetable Special Production Unit


Sl. No. Year Income (Rs) Expenditure (Rs)
1 2012-2013 0 35708
2 2013-2014 49650 63149
3 2014-2015 155880 73343
4 2015-2016 124600 127700
5 2016-2017 346160 217222
6 2017-2018 346780 313337
7 2018-2019 260100 124583

Horticulture Nursery


Sl. No. Year Income (Rs) Expenditure (Rs)
1 1997-1998 12215 17345
2 1998-1999 1750 0
3 1999-2000 1219 0
4 2000-2001 668 1489
5 2001-2002 2582 17681
6 2002-2003 6622 7764
7 2003-2004 26537 31964
8 2004-2005 36556 37452
9 2005-2006 25226 49674
10 2006-2007 25367 12773
11 2007-2008 45584 46317
12 2008-2009 31271 87110
13 2009-2010 53870 30539
14 2010-2011 76404 55045
15 2011-2012 63397 87710
16 2012-2013 1000797 175149
17 2013-2014 116494 121610
18 2014-2015 217361 271301
19 2015-2016 329106 363744
20 2016-2017 742450 595982
21 2017-2018 508866 498442
22 2018-2019 138830 82984

Chawki Rearing Centre


Sl. No. Year Income (Rs) Expenditure (Rs)
1 1996-1997 910 13612
2 1997-1998 0 17923
3 1998-1999 0 4310
4 1999-2000 0 75
5 2000-2001 925 2543
6 2001-2002 3670 6036
7 2002-2003 1581 5190
8 2003-2004 1588 1497
9 2004-2005 320 4530
10 2005-2006 1900 815
11 2006-2007 250 8675
12 2007-2008 275 1110
13 2008-2009 0 3610
14 2009-2010 19600 945581
15 2010-2011 2850 27705
16 2011-2012 13834 27740
17 2012-2013 990 100
18 2013-2014 126268 147435
19 2014-2015 62600 126531
20 2015-2016 26040 126
21 2016-2017 45000 0
22 2017-2018 54450 0
23 2018-2019 60000 0

Seed Production Unit


Sl. No. Year Income (Rs) Expenditure (Rs)
1 2005-2006 19902 61034
2 2006-2007 35046 23873
3 2007-2008 57196 62561
4 2008-2009 34450 31253
5 2009-2010 52889 57061
6 2010-2011 65694 65940
7 2011-2012 44922 64196
8 2012-2013 134857 142162
9 2013-2014 89299 92527
10 2014-2015 187106 145465
11 2015-2016 173989 93170
12 2016-2017 52800 77624
13 2017-2018 218416 130269
14 2018-2019 169521 122442

Soil and Water Testing Lab


Sl. No. Year Income (Rs) Expenditure (Rs)
1 2005-2006 6705 0
2 2006-2007 7400 2530
3 2007-2008 16400 1457
4 2008-2009 27300 5352
5 2009-2010 24650 2200
6 2010-2011 17900 1430
7 2011-2012 24600 3749
8 2012-2013 39850 11541
9 2013-2014 30000 1920
10 2014-2015 53650 26711
11 2015-2016 65850 32329
12 2016-2017 112300 34308
13 2017-2018 141302 34600
14 2018-2019 100275 67952

Diary Unit


Sl. No. Year Income (Rs) Expenditure (Rs)
1 2002-2003 16832 60044
2 2003-2004 109293 139441
3 2004-2005 179124 199350
4 2005-2006 217727 285805
5 2006-2007 123986 212534
6 2007-2008 199071 226264
7 2008-2009 178752 264456
8 2009-2010 282317 283140
9 2010-2011 245356 231350
10 2011-2012 317512 257281
11 2012-2013 264105 294527
12 2013-2014 405402 438439
13 2014-2015 453613 330353
14 2015-2016 264194 415982
15 2016-2017 246534 362717
16 2017-2018 62085 73139

Food Processing and Training Unit


Sl. No. Year Income (Rs) Expenditure (Rs)
1 2011-2012 2195 5236
2 2012-2013 5263 13445
3 2013-2014 28084 52214
4 2014-2015 34031 46623
5 2015-2016 52477 58307
6 2016-2017 37295 7408
7 2017-2018 42000 3750
8 2018-2019 45000 6155
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