Economic Performance of Crop based Intervention under Farmer FIRST Programme of National Dairy Research Institute (NDRI), Karnal

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  • Parashuram Kambale Dairy Extension Division, ICAR-National Dairy Research Institute, Karnal (132 001), India
  • Gopal Sankhala Dairy Extension Division, ICAR-National Dairy Research Institute, Karnal (132 001), India

Keywords:

Farmer, FIRST, intervention, integrated, management, benefit-cost ratio

Abstract

Farmer FIRST programme is a new approach for project development initiated by the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR). The present study entitled ‘Impact Assessment of Selected Interventions under farmers FIRST programme of NDRI’ was conducted in the farmer FIRST project area in five villages namely KamalpurRoran, GarhiGujran, NagalaRoran, Churni and Samourafrom Indri and Karnal blocks of Karnal district of Haryana state. This paper is about economic performance of crop-based intervention under this project. Total three crops-based interventions were selected and 42 respondents were selected in proportionate to the intervention. Informal’ experimental design (before and-after without control design) was used. The results shows that respondents were getting benefit-cost ratios of Integrated Pest Management in paddy (2.08), Integrated Weed Management in wheat (1.97) and integrated nutrient management in wheat (2.05), respectively, with increased yields, effective pest management in paddy, better weed management and balanced nutrient management in wheat crop under these interventions. Overall project has made good impact in the study area.

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Published

28-11-2021

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Kambale, P., & Sankhala, G. (2021). Economic Performance of Crop based Intervention under Farmer FIRST Programme of National Dairy Research Institute (NDRI), Karnal. International Journal of Economic Plants, 8(Nov, 4), 222–225. Retrieved from https://ojs.pphouse.org/index.php/IJEP/article/view/4699

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