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Agriculture Demonstration

Technology transfer - a multi-level process of communication involving a variety of senders and receivers of ideas and materials. As a response to accelerate market-driven social change, technology transfer team has to combine public and private firms.

Relying on public institutions to identify, develop, and deliver innovations and information. Institutions include universities, government ministries, research institutes, and publics.

 

Village-level models are handled like

  1. Traditional community development,
  2. Adoption-diffusion,
  3. Training and Visit Extension,
  4. Farming Systems Research.
  5. Field demonstration.
  6. Agro Produce value addition.

 

The main aim of the technology transfer is to make center on developing indigenous capacity¬Ě to generate and adapt agricultural technology at local conditions. This is the primary objective of technology transfer in agriculture and the basis for advancing rural development.

Training to Human Resources:--Components

Quality seed supply: making availability and affordability of millet and pulses seeds, through contract farming with farmers and processing through the seed production units establishing. It will ensure that the farmers will receive quality seeds at timing.

Providing technology to the farmers: Agriculture related (seed to post-harvest), finance management, labour management product handling and market development.

Rural women empowerment: Creating women employment through establishing millet by-product value addition centre at rural level for effective use of by-products and income generation to farm family.

Promoting organic farming: developing a 5 acre model organic farm for training and demonstration on organic farming to farmers and agricultural graduates.

Bio pesticides production: engaging women self-help groups in various types of production of bio pesticides

Providing technology to the farmers: Agriculture related (seed to post-harvest), finance management, labour management product handling and market development.

Rural women empowerment: Creating women employment through establishing millet by-product value addition centre at rural level for effective use of by-products and income generation to farm family.

Technology for value addition: To prompt the impact of value addition of agricultural produce training on participants, farmers on their perceived knowledge, acquisition of skills and adoption level of value added practices. The main objectives guided are: To describe the profile of participants. To assess the impact of value addition. To determine relationships and contribution about value addition of agro produce.