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Vol. 10, Special Issue 9 (2021)

Study of frontline demonstration of wheat under irrigated conditions

Author(s):
Dr. Niharika Shukla, Dr. Rashmi Shukla, Dr. Pooja Chaturvedi, Dr. Neelu Vishwakarma and Dr. Dinesh Kumar Singh
Abstract:
Front Line demonstrations (FLDs) is a unique approach to provide an direct interface between the research of the researcher and farmers as the scientists are directly involved in planning, execution and monitoring of the demonstrations for the technologies developed by them and get direct feedback from the farmers. Seeking the aforesaid statement the present study was undertaken at Seoni district to identify the yield gaps between improved practices with improved variety of Wheat for terminal heat JW 3382 and also rich in Iron, zinc and protein and suitable for chapatti making in the Front Line Demonstration (FLD) and farmers practice. The technology validated in FLDs documented 17.07% and 22.61% increased in yield over the farmers practice for two consecutive years i.e. 2017-18 and 2018-19 respectively. The study revealed that average yield of wheat in the improved practices for the year 2017-18 was 35.66 q/ha and 47.11 q/ha for 2018-19 which was found to be more as compare to farmer practice 30.46 q/ha for 2017-18 and 38.42 q/ha in 2018-19.The technology gap was observed to be 14.34 and 2.89 q/ha for the year 2017-18 and 2018-19 respectively. The extension gap calculated was 5.20 and 8.69 q/ha for the two consecutive years i.e.2017-18 and 2018-19. The Technology Index thus obtain was 28.68% and 5.78% respectively for both the years.
Pages: 288-290  |  284 Views  70 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Dr. Niharika Shukla, Dr. Rashmi Shukla, Dr. Pooja Chaturvedi, Dr. Neelu Vishwakarma and Dr. Dinesh Kumar Singh. Study of frontline demonstration of wheat under irrigated conditions. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2021; 10(9S): 288-290.
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