Success Story

Name of Technology

Tissue Culture banana production

Character of Technology - Seedlings of banana hardened in tissue culture for variety G-9 are i hardened in growth chamber/shade net and off getting3-4 laves are planted at farmers fields at spacing of 180 X 150 cm. line to line and plant to plant spacing up to 15th fully. N.P.K. ratio 300:100:300 gm .is required for per plant in 5-8 days . After every 40-45 days of planting except the month of December & January. In the month of November plants attains height of more than 3 feet, which the indicator of good character. Efferter made to keep forward weed free by cultural operations.

Yield Parameters Of Technology


Yield Parameters Of Technology

Name of Technology Local Technology Yield Q./ha. % Increase Cost of Cultivation Rs./ha.
Tissue culture banana at spacing 180x150 cm. planted up to 15 ft. Harichal variety of banana suckers/ seedlings T. Tech. : 648
Local Tech. : 496
30.64 T.T. : 240000
Local : 204000
Gross Return(Rs./ ha.) Net Return C. B. Ratio
T.T. : 518400
Local : 36800
T.T. : 494000
Local : 192800
T.T. : 1:2.6
Local : 1:1.9

Sale price- @ Rs.600-1300/Q.


Adaption - Technology Demonstrated

Year T. Transferred by KVK % Transfered Tech. Transferred by Farmers to Farmers Area to be Spread
2012-13 Trainees : 20
Tech. Adopted : 7
33 No. of Farmers : 35
% Adoption : 65
51 Acres or 20.4 ha.
2013-14 Trainees : 20
Tech. Adopted : 10
50 No. of Farmers :
% Adoption :
51 Acres or 20.4 ha.

Expected increase in production-30%

Expected increase in income- Rs.121200/ ha.

Employment generation-70-80 Man days.


Tissue culture banana production techniques


Name of Technology

Hybrid tomato production on raised bed & through staking

Character Of Technology - Seedlings of tomato variety Avinash -3 raised in nursery and field was prepared. Seedling of 30 days was planted on raised bed in spacing of 60x60 cm. and staking was done to uniform the quality of fruits. NPK fertilizers applied in ratio of 150:60:50.at time of field preparation. Tomato plants were planted on raised bed to reduce the loss the water.


Yield Parameters of Technology

Name of Technology Local Technology Yield Q./ha. % Increase Cost of Cultivation Rs./ha.
Hybrid tomato variety Avinash-3 on raised bed with staking Composite variety without raised bed T. Tech. : 353
Local tech. : 280
26.07 T.T. : 62200
Local : 48000
Gross Return(Rs./ ha.) Net Return C.B. Ratio
T.T. : 282400
Local : 224000
T.T. : 220200
Local : 176000
T.T. : 1:4.5
Local : 1:3.6

Sale price- @ Rs.600-1300/Q.


ADAPTION-Technology Demonstrated-

Year T. Transferred by KVK % Transfered Tech. Transferred by Farmers to Farmers Area to be Spread
2012-13 Trainees : 25
Tech. Adopted : 20
80 No. of Farmers : 40
% Adoption : 80
20.0 ha.
2013-14 Trainees : 25
Tech. Adopted : 22
88 No. of Farmers :
% Adoption :

Expected increase in production-26%

Expected increase in income- Rs.58000/ ha.

Employment generation-29-80 Man day


Tomato production on raised bed through staking


Name of Transferable Technology

Scientific and improved dairy farming for increasing socio- economic status of farmers

Chracter of Technology - Well developed commercial dairy farming with good breeds of milch animals play an important role for rural employment and income generation. KVK Ambedkar Nagar organized skill oriented vocational trainings on scientific dairy farming .All aspects breeding feeding, diseases control, safe milking, milk processing were covered in trainings for selected farmers, farm women and rural youths to improve the dairy farming. Since 2011-12 to14-15, total 5 training courses of 4-5 days duration were organized by KVK of total participated 110 farmers, farm women and rural youths and 76 FLDs, 2 OFTs were conducted on green fodder production, balance feeding with minerals mixture & de-worming at different location at selected trainees and progressive farmer’s fields for improved dairy farming.

Impact of Technology - With several times discussion as per dairy development with dairy scientists, about the establishment of dairy farm unit integrated with Vermi, Nadop compost and other allied units. Scientists of KVK and Animal Husbandry Department of district provided technical guidance to the interested farmers groups and other farmers. During year 2011-12to 14-15, Among the trainees 9.9 % started improved dairy farming and 11.82% other farmers adopted dairy farming by seeing and believing to trainees dairy farmers. Among these dairy farmers some established well developed farm with milking machine.


Details of dairy establishment and impact of adoption

Year No Trainings Conducted by the KVK No of Participants No of Dairy Farm Established by Trainees % Adoption No. of Dairy farming technology adopted by farmers through seeing & believing to trainees dairy farmers. % Adoption No. of Dugdh Samiti Formed
2011-12 to 2014-15 5 110 10 9.9% 13 11.82% 37

Datails of Area, Impact, Income and Emploment


Details of area of spread, income and employment of trainees dairy famers

Year of Start No of Dairy Farm Established by Trainees Capacity of Dairy Farm (No. of Animals) Other Related Units Established Estimated Income Range from Dairy (Rs./month) Use of Other Produce( Vermi compost, compost etc.) - Way of Utilization
2012-13 2 8-13 Vermi Compost, Compost 24320-55800 Use in his own field
2013-14 3 9-32 Vermi Compost, Compost 26800 - 100440 Use in his own field
2014-15 5 9-43 NADEP, Vermi Compost, Compost 27900-169280 Use in his own field

Expected area increased-21 %

Expected increase in income- 50-60%

Employment generation-62 -124 man days / month


View of dairy farm of Sri Somesh Upadhyaya Vill. Barepur,Bl.-Jalalpur,Amb.Nagar

View of dairy farm of Sri RajPratap Singh Vill. Gopalpur, Bl.-Katehari, Amb.Nagar

View of dairy farm of Sri Hridai Mani Mishra Vill. Hujpura,Bl.-Jalalpur, Amb.Nagar

By seeing and believing and success of these farmers dairy entrepreneurial development, other villagers are also trying to start dairy farming entrepreneurship.


Name of Technology

Mushroom Production Technology

Character Of Technology - To avail the opportunity of natural condition for mushroom production during winter months ( December –February), button mushroom production is giving popularity in rural area of Ambedkar Nagar as self employment to rural youths as well as farmers ,farm women . The marketing of mushroom is not yet in organized way but producer are selling mushroom directly to retailer or even to consumers.

Impact of Technology - (Adoption status, area to be spread, expected increase in production, income, employment)

KVK Ambedkar Nagar organized skill oriented vocational trainings on scientific Mushroom production technology .All aspects production technology diseases control, harvesting, processing and marketing were covered in trainings for selected farmers, farm women and rural youths to improve the mushroom technology. During 2011-12 to14-15 total 26th Button mushroom units and 97 Oyster (Dhingri) mushroom unit establish through trainings, FLDs and farm advisory services are following details


Production of White Butten Mushroom - 26th units in Year 2012-15

Production of Oyster Mushroom (Dhingri) Mushroom - 75th units among trainees in Year 2012-15
22nd units through FLD in Year 2012-15


Demonstration of Mushroom production technology on farmers fields by KVK Ambedkar Nagar


Area to be spread - In coming year, mushroom production is going to be good demand for fast food and in making deferent dishes in Hotels . Mushroom may be cannot meet the demand in off season and in non producing areas. Product diversification of mushroom should be tried among people. Organized market for mushroom is basic requirement to promote mushroom production in the district.


Expected increase in production - Mushroom is a novel food item for vegetarians. The demand of white Button mushroom is higher tan the Oyster , milky and other mushroom .Tt is necessary to expand the market area and strength the demand through media vig. Radio, TV, Posters and create awareness in new areas.


Income - Mushroom production is income generated self employment entrepreneur to rural people. Income from white button mushroom is more than other mushroom.


Employment – The employment for rural youth s, farmers, farm women is available in compost preparation , unit establishment, harvesting, grading, packing and marketing etc.