Meeting of the 8th Classical Advisory Committee was held at the Krishi Vigyan Kendra at the village Hivara in the taluka. Dr. Akola presided over the meeting. P.J. The director of the agricultural school was Dr.DM Mankar.
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Gondia: A meeting of the 8th Classical Advisory Committee was held at Krishi Vigyan Kendra at the village Hivara in the taluka. Dr. Akola presided over the meeting. P.J. The director of the agricultural school was Dr.DM Mankar. On this occasion, Dr., Assistant Director and Senior Researcher of the Department of Agricultural Research. Usha R. Dongarwar, Program Coordinator in-charge Dr. NS Deshmukh, Nirbard co-district manager Niraj Jagare, Taluka Agriculture Officer DM Tumdam, Taluka technology manager Manoj Nasre, Sunil Sose, progressive farmer Rakhalal Tambhare were present.
Dr. Mankar said that all the departments related to agriculture need to work together in the economic development of the farmers. He also promised to provide organic pesticides and fungicides for the control of pests from Nagpur Agricultural College. He also instructed that the scientists of the agricultural schools would give the best guidance to the farmers while knowing the current state of agriculture in the Gondia district.
He said that the paddy crop should be shifted if possible and the climate in Gondia district is nutritious for lakhs of agricultural, orchard cultivation and silk cultivation which could benefit the farmers financially.
Dr. According to Dongarwar, farmers should plant sari and leash, if possible during the tillering, so that the pests of paddy can be minimized. Also, seeds of truth are available at the University’s Agricultural Research Center, Sindevahi, Navegwabandh, and Sakoli. The farmers said that the seeds should be sown in the research.
Dr. Deshmukh presented various programs to be implemented in the district through Krishi Vigyan Kendra in the future. Jagare appealed to the farmers to take advantage of various schemes of NABARD by division wise.
TUMDAM informed about various schemes implemented by the Department of Agriculture. He suggested that mechanics training should be provided to the farmers through KVIC. Nasser informed about the schemes implemented by the spirit system and suggested that various farmer groups in the district should be given training on organic farming.
Tambhare, who discussed the sale of produce in the field, said that the ancient and highly cultivated varieties of paddy are still maintained by some farmers in the district.
Conducted by GR Khedikar. Thanks, Dr. Savita Pawar acknowledged. Dr. Harish Bhongade, Dnyaneshwar Patale, Hitesh Yale, Dhaniram Bhajipale, Santosh Bisen, Manoj Kore, Jeevan Districts, MV Bhavmete, RD Chavan, Dr. Savita Pawar, RP Chavan, Somnath Gawate, PN Ramteke, and all the other employees were present.