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ATMA, MUNGER

 

 

background of Munger District

 

            Munger district of Bihar is situated between 240 22' N to 250 30' N of longitude and 850 30' E to 870 30' E in latitude. The height at different places varies form 30 to 65 m from mean sea level (msl). The average annual rainfall being 1231 mm while the average last 53 years comes to 1146.4 mm the district is a thinly populated one having a population density of 800/ sq. KM.

 

            Irrigation facilities are yet to be sufficient in the district, being net irrigated area to be 42514.5 ha out of total cultivable area of 68600 ha. As per 1982 census of animal they are in plenty total plough animal being 38238, cow 33227 buffalos 20564. a few people do piggery . The total pond area available for fisheries is 1147.6 ha with annual production of 3000 MT.

 

            The district is comprised of 9 (Nine) blocks with three subdivisions. It has a geographical area of 1419.7 Sq KM

 

Land utilizations (in ha.)

(a) Cultivable Area                                          :           68600 

(b) Net sown area                                            :           60308

(c)  Forest                                                        :           32375.9

(d) Fallow land                                               :           6292

            (e) Land not available for cultivation (in ha). :           6488

Climate :

Munger District is a part of Zone-III with sub-zone in south Bihar plains. The zone is located on south of river Ganges. There are three distinct seasons in this zone viz. summer, monsoon and winter.

(a)               Summer (March to May)-

The maximum temperature is rises up to 450 C.

 

(b)               Monsoon (June to September)-

Maximum rainfall occurs during July and August.

 

(c)                Winter (October to February)-

The minimum temperature varies from 3.50 C to 90 C.

 

Rainfall :

The monthly co-efficient of variation of rainfall for monsoon months from June to September was 68.5%, 44.3%, 49.5% and 51.8% respectively for Munger.

 

 

 

Soil :

Soil of Munger district is gray to dark gray in colour, medium heavy to heavy in texture, slightly to moderately, alkaline in reaction , cracks during summer ( 1 cm to more than 5 cm wide and more than 50 cm deep) a shallow with onset of monsoon, clay content nearly 40% to 50% throughout the profile.

 

Principal Crops of Munger:

           

Sl. No.

Name of Crops

Kharif

Rabi

Summer

1.

Cereals

Paddy

Maize

Wheat

Maize

Paddy

Maize

2.

Pulses

Arhar

Moong

Kalal

Gram

Pea

Masoor

Khesari

Moong

3.

Oil Seed

Till Groundnut

Rape & Mustard

Tulsi

Sunflower

Kusum

--

4.

Vegetables

Lady’s finger, Brinjal, Pumpkin, Bodi Bitter-gourd

Potato, Tomato, Cauliflower, Cabbage, Pea.

Pointed gourd

Pumkin

Lady’s finger

Nenua

5.

Spices

Chilli

Turmeric

Ginger

Chili

Garlic

 

--

 

Onion

6.

Other Crops

--

Sugarcane

Sugarcane

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 


Area Under different topography with respect to Agro-Ecological Situation:

 

           

Sl. No.

Name of AES

Topography

Area (ha)

Percentage of Area

1.

DIARA

Lands of Ganges

14,227

10.4

2.

TAL

Lands south of Ganges

7,153

5.3

3.

PLAIN

Old alluvial plain south of Ganges.

1,10,854

81.3

4.

HILLY

Sedentary or shallow alluvium

4,125

3.00

Total:

1,36,359

100.00

 

 

Area Production and Productivity of different crops in Munger District

 

Sl. No.

Name of Crops

Total area

(000’ ha)

Total Production

(000’ T.)

Productivity

(qtl./ha)

A.

Agriculture

 

 

 

 

i.   Paddy

36.9

60.885

16.5

 

ii.  Kharif Maize

7.4

15.54

16.5

 

iii. Kharif Pulses

     (Arhar Urad)

1.5

1.875

12.5

 

iv. Wheat

18.90

46.683

24.7

 

v.   Winter Maize

5.08

12.954

25.5

 

vi.  Rabi Pulses

      ( Gram, Masoor, Pea, etc)

17.7

10.797

6.1

 

vii. Rabi Oil-Seeds

      (Rai, Sarso, Tisi, Kusum,

       Sunflower)

3.07

2.087

6.8

B.

Horticulture Crops

 

 

 

 

i.   Total vegetables

3.1

22.32

72.0

 

ii.   Total fruits

1.01

8.484

84.0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Extension & Research Strategies Identified.

            The real goal of our research strategies is to boost up the yields of different commodities. During data collection and analysis for preparation of the Strategic Research and Extension Plan of the district it was found that some local problems faced by farmers in particular agro-ecological situations require to be dealt with by conducting adaptive and basic research. It has been felt that should be a direct linkage between farmer, research and extension programme.

 

            The technology package for each agro-ecological situation has been formulated with a view to boost the productivity of the need-based commodities. It has also been tried to add the new items in a generalized package which is expected to solve various problems of particular farming situations.

            This kind of effort requires teamwork between researchers, extension and farmers.

 

            The proposed research strategy for different agro-ecological situation in Munger district is given below :

 

Research Strategy

1.

Screening of organically grown traditional scented rice variety in rice belt of Kharagpur/ Tarapur/ Asarganj and Sangarmpur (on farm)

2.

Screening of varieties of tomato of keeping quality both form heavy rain and drought situation.

3.

Selection of best suitable crops and inter-cropping in orchards.

4.

Adoption research in IPM for maintaining soil health.

5.

Identify constraints in addition of INM recommended practices and developing suitable practices.

6.

Testing of disease of control measure in Seasam.

7.

Introduction of improved animals breed in Caprine and bovine.

8.

In-situ conservation of soil moisture in upland (on farm)

9.

Screening of MPT for dry land farming.

10.

Testing of market-oriented varieties of identified commodities under each farming system.

11.

Introduction of crops for round the year flora in Agri-horti-bee system.

12.

Documentation and validation of ITKs

13.

Selecting the most remunerative farming system for different situations.

14.

Revalidation of technologies for identified critical gaps in Agri- horti – Animal husbandry

15.

Adaptive trial to explore ground water.

16.

Pilot trial on Paniala, ( A local fruit tree of the district) for establishing its use, quality and market promotion.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The proposed extension strategy for different agro-ecological situation in Munger district is given below :

 

mAIN EXTENSION Strategy

 

 

 

 

1.

Intensification of Organic Aromatic Rice.

2.

Diversification and intensification of spices cultivation.

3.

Intensifying Fish Culture.

4.

Value addition and marketing linkages of very fine rice quality.

5.

Strengthening Market Information.

6.

Promoting Private entrepreneurship maize based industries for cattle/poultry feed and other valued products.

7.

Need based training programmes / exposure visits of NGOs.

8.

Developing Audio / Visual aids for training and awareness campaign.

9.

Management of Soil Health, Management of natural resources [IPM/INM].

10.

Strengthening of AI centers and pathological lab regarding veterinary science.

11.

Vaccination, deworming & treatment against parasites for poultry / pigs / goats / ships & other milch animal.

12.

Introducing of Medicinal and aromatic plants with market linkage.

13.

Introduction of Contract Farming.

14.

Introduction of Commercial Floriculture with market linkage.

15.

Introduction of mixed farming with multipurpose trees.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A Word about ATMA, Munger

 

            ATMA, Munger is a fourth phase ATMA which came into inception in the year 2001. The SREP was prepared and was published in the year 2002. The Governing Board and AMC was constituted.

                        ATMA, Munger has developed its good relations with KVK, Munger for extension goal as well as banks are also extending their cooperation in issuing the KCC to the ATMA related farmers.

            A strong contract has been reached with ATMA, Munger and Rural Agro Welfare centre , Patna for buyback agreement of medicinal & aromatic plants. NGOs like SEWA, ASSEFA, BAIF, SANCHETNA, CRADLE, NOTREDAME, Heal Centre etc. working with ATMA and are members of GB/ AMC. ATMA, Munger has its Phone in Programme for farmers two days a week one on Monday at KVK, Munger and another on Friday at ATMA, Munger. ATMA, Munger has demands of training and Extension of its activities in adjacent Non-NATP districts.

           

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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