KVK Profile

LocationAngarpada, At/P.O.: Kheri, Bloock: JashipurDist.: Mayurbhanj 751091
Year of Establishment2012
Host OrganizationOrissa University of Agriculture and Technology, Bhubaneswar, ODISHA
Farm (ha)18.47
Area of work12 BLOCKS of Mayurbhanj district
Facilities availableOffice operating in RRTTS office
Geographical Area 10,41,8000 ha
Net Sown Area 3,76,000 ha
Area Under Forest 4,34,000 ha
Fallow Land 4,41,000 ha
Waste Land 10,000 ha
Irrigated Land 1,18,517 ha in Kharif and  73,316 ha in Rabi season
Area under Kharif crops 3,64,000 ha
Area under Rabi crops 61,000 ha
Cropping Intensity 121
Agro Climatic Zone North central plateau
Annual Rainfall 1648.2 mm in 77 rainy day
Temperature ( Maximum and Minimum) 41.2(Max), 8.4(Min)
Soil type of the district Sandy loam, Red lateritic, Silty loam, Red & Yellow, Mixed Red &  Black
Major enterprises in the District Dhokra (art metal casting), sabai grass product, mushroom production
Total Population 2,519,738
Rural population 2,326,842
No. of Villages 3950
No. of Village Panchayats 382
No. of Blocks 26
No. of Tehsils 07

Source : District Agricultural Strategy Report (Kharif-2014)

No. of Extension Personnel in Position in the District:

Department District Level Block Level Village Level Total
Agriculture 8 35 168 211
Horticulture 2 10 18 30
Animal Husbandry 3 26 89 118
Fishery 2 8 14 24
Total 15 79 289 383

Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Mayurbhanj-II is the second KVK of the district which was established in March 2012 in the Angarpada village of Jasipur block which is around 105 kms away from the district head quarter i.e. Baripada along the side of the National Highway-6. The centre was set up with a vision to empower the farmers with advanced agricultural techniques and ameliorating their socio-economic status. The campus of the institute spreads over an area of 50 acres of agricultural land.

Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Mayurbhanj- II is mainly focused on the overall development of tribal farmers those are dominant in the region by virtue of spreading technical knowledge of agriculture and allied sector, basically focussed on gender specific and women empowerment. KVK is providing on regular basis vegetable seedlings, paddy foundation seeds, and poultry chicks etc.

Krishi Vigyan Kendra is the frontier for technology transfer from the research institute to the farmers. The prime goal of it is to accelerate agricultural and allied production in the operational area besides imparting training as per needs and requirements of the farmers, farm women and rural youths including school drop outs in the rural areas for self employment and enhancing the productivity. “Teaching by doing” and “learning by doing” through work experience is the principle methods of imparting skill training programme. On farm trials and Front Line Demonstrations of various technologies and roping them to farm community has been the major endeavour of KVK. It is functioning with 3 scientists, 3 technical assistant, and 5 administrative and supporting staffs.

Three major field crops

Year Crop – 1 (Paddy) Crop – 2 ((Groundnut) Crop – 3 (Green Gram)
A P Y A P Y A P Y
2002-03 345.78 746.88 2159 4.35 4.21 968 6.65 1.68 261
2003-04 340.87 752.64 2208 4.13 4.06 983 6.07 1.42 234
2004-05 325.07 698.56 2148 5.09 4.86 954 7.59 2.78 366
2005-06 316.33 679.41 2125 5.88 5.54 942 8.46 3.45 408
2006-07 317.47 748.27 2357 6.39 7.08 1108 9.51 3.97 417
2007-08 312.79 755.62 2416 6.44 7.56 1174 9.56 4.40 460
2008-09 345.19 883.69 2560 7.05 8.36 1186 8.24 3.91 475
2009-10 301.56 763.90 2460 7.52 9.3 1199 7.65 3.51 474
2010-11 328.62 784.84 2388 7.42 8.96 1208 7.58 3.73 492
2011-12 291.21 841.89 2891 7.99 10.78 1350 7.68 3.92 510
2012-13 302.93 916.67 3026 8.43 11.62 1378 9.80 5.54 565
2013-14 298.89 750.20 2510 9.01 11.15 1238 12.83 6.93 540

A=Area (‘000ha), P=Production (‘000 tonnes), Y=Yield (kg/ha)

Source: Deputy Director of Agriculture, Mayurbhanj

Horticultural and commercial crops Vegetables

Year Crop – 1 (Brinjal) Crop – 2 (Tomato) Crop – 3 (Chilli)
  A P Y A P Y A P Y
2002-03 9.33 64.563 6919 4.98 38.993 7830 0.86 0.623 724
2003-04 10.09 68.885 6827 5.06 41.289 8160 0.80 0.621  776
2004-05 10.87 72.694 6688 5.29 45.229 8550 0.93 0.705 758
2005-06 12.23 84.158 6881 5.57 50.241 9020 0.89 0.699 786
2006-07 11.98 77.256 6449 5.52 49.183 8910 1.02 0.817 801
2007-08 12.59 85.653 6803 5.96 53.401 8960 1.13 0.965 854
2008-09 14.26 99.902 7006 5.84 53.202 9110 0.95 0.867 915
2009-10 14.08 104.648 7432 6.22 57.597 9260 1.07 0.941 879
2010-11 14.83 101.502 6840 6.19 58.569 9460 1.10 1.115 1013
2011-12 14.12 118.895 8420 6.54 63.110 9650 1.21 1.228 1015
2012-13 13.75 125.4 9120 7.02 65.216 9290 5.68 6.049 1065
2013-14 13.40 123.628 9226 6.94 68.914 9930 7.66 9.000 1175

A=Area (‘000ha), P=Production (‘000 tonnes), Y=Yield (kg/ha) , Source: O/o Deputy Director of Horticulture, Mayurbhanj

Horticultural and commercial crops- Fruits

Year Crop – 1 (Mango) Crop – 2 (Citrus) Crop – 3 (Guava)
  A P Y A P Y A P Y
2002-03 0.486 1.478 3045 1.916 14.432 7533.5 0.193 1.135 5882
2003-04 0.554 1.712 3090 2.030 15.298 7535 0.215 1.266 5887.8
2004-05 0.620 1.926 3105 2.225 16.768 7534.8 0.244 1.441 5905
2005-06 0.684 2.133 3118 2.436 18.373 7541 0.269 1.589 5908.2
2006-07 1.243 3.875 3117 2.659 20.054 7542.5 0.299 1.767 5909.9
2007-08 2.133 6.673 3128 2.895 21.852 7549.1 0.329 1.938 5890
2008-09 3.186 10.021 3145 3.151 23.813 7558 0.361 2.134 5912
2009-10 4.356 13.714 3148 3.439 26.007 7563 0.396 2.350 5933.5
2010-11 6.406 20.231 3158 3.729 28.255 7577.2 0.431 2.558 5934.6
2011-12 8.130 25.740 3166 4.045 30.654 7578.2 0.470 2.783 5922
2012-13 12.270 38.160 3109 4.166 31.542 7564 0.502 3.090 6135
2013-14 17.584 4.890 0.675

A=Area (‘000ha), P=Production (‘000 tonnes), Y=Yield (kg/ha) , Source: O/o Deputy Director of Horticulture, Mayurbhanj

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