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Vocational training on Bee Keeping: A lucrative occupation to increase farm income and generate Self-employment

Five days vocational training on bee-keeping started at KVK Samrala on 15-2-2018 under the guidance of Dr. S.C. Sharma, ADT, KVK Samrala in which 17 trainees participated. On the inaugural day, Dr. Sharma apprised the participants about KVK's role in transfer of improved agricultural technologies and advised the farmers to strengthen the linkage with KVK. He also advised the farmers to adopt subsidiary occupations such as bee keeping, mushroom cultivation, soil testing for improving soil health, nutritional gardening for chemical free vegetables & fruits and water saving technologies. During the orientation session, Dr. Harshneet Singh, Extension Specialist (Soils) discussed the methods of soil testing and importance of soil health cards. Er. Karun Sharma, Extension Specialist (Agri. Eng) apprised the farmers about the paddy straw management techniques. Mrs Avneet Kaur AP (Hort) discussed about the fruit nutrion garden and role of fruits and vegetable cultivation in diversification and sound mental & physical health. Guided visit to technology park of KVK was undertaken to highlight improved crop varieties, nutrition garden, solar operated micro irrigation system and wheat grown with paddy residue management. During the event, Mr. Rohan Yargop, Research Associate, The university of Adelaide, Australia interacted with farmers about crop residue management & role of subsidiary occupations in increasing farm income.


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