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Awareness-cum-Suveillance Programme for management of Major pests in Soybean-Cotton based cropping System in Maharashtra (2009-10)

A Collaborative Programme by

State Agriculture Department, Maharashtra, Pune National Centre for Integrated Pest Management (NCIPM), New Delhi Panjabrao Deshmukh Krishi Vidyapeeth (PDKV), Akola Marathwada Agricultural University (MAU), Parbhani Mahatma Phule Krishi Vidyapeeth (MPKV), Rahuri Central Institute for Cotton Research (CICR), Nagpur Directorate of Soybean Research (DOSR), Indore Central Research Institute for Dryland Agriculture (CRIDA), Hyderabad

For funding under

Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojana Government of Maharashtra

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Contents

Details Introduction Area of Operation Mode of Operation Stakeholders and Responsibilities Hirarchical structure of programme execution Execution Procedure Important Time lines Budgetary Requirement with Justification Summary of Budgetary Requirement Annexure 1 : SAU Representatives Annexure 2 : Procedure for engagement of contractual staff Annexure 3 : Terms and conditions of the contract Annexure 4 : Pest Monitoring staff ­

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Subdivision / Taluka wise Annexure 5 : District wise summary of Pest Monitoring Staff 35

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Awareness-cum-Suveillance Programme for management of Major pests in Cotton-Soybean based cropping System in Maharashtra (2009-10)

Introduction : The lepidopteran pests especially Helicoverpa armigera and Spodoptera litura are voracious feeders and polyphagous in nature. The epidemic appearance and vast devastation of crops are common features in many cropping systems. In cotton the cyclic epidemics of these pests are regular phenomena. In Maharashtra the epidemic appearance of the two pests on cotton during late 90's caused severe yield losses. In general the area under soybean crop has increased phenomenally in Vidharba region in the last two years due to near good average yield per ha and fetching of good market prices. The pest also shifted accordingly and epidemic scenario of S. litura coupled with H. armigera and other leaf eating caterpillars in soybean in Maharashtra especially in Vidharba region was noticed during the last season (2008-09). This had caused severe yield losses in Soybean in a major area in Maharashtra and around 7.5 lakh ha area in Vidharba alone. Establishment of an intensive pest monitoring mechanism and advisory / awareness system, if put in place, would help in overcoming such an epidemic situations. Keeping this in view, an "Awareness-cumsurveillance programme for management of major pests in cotton-soybean based cropping system in Maharashtra" is proposed. Area of Operation : In Maharashtra, cotton and soybean are the two major crops, which require almost same soil and climatic conditions. They occupy an area of 30 lakh hectares each in the state. The major area of operation of the project would be in the 28 districts growing soybean as given below. In this programme, the main emphasis would be placed on soybean as well as cotton as these are common hosts for the major pests such as S. litura and H. armigera. Table : List of districts covered under this project and the area of cotton & soybean (2008-09 data) Area (in ha) Name of Name of Division District Soybean Cotton Nashik Nashik 40209 25660 Dhule 17980 109879 Nandurbar 28725 56001 Jalgaon 18232 430727 Pune Pune 2400 100 Ahmadnagar 57300 49100 Solapur 2600 100 Kolhapur Satara 28901 1129 Sangali 54419 2197 Kolhapur 58685 110 Aurangabad Aurangabad 6200 250900 Jalna 38800 278400 Beed 77800 201500 Latur Latur 212900 2600 Osmanabad 25000 1800

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Amravati

Nagpur

Parbhani Hingoli Nanded Amravati Bulldana Akola Washim Yeotmal Chandrapur Gadchiroli Wardha Nagpur Bhandara 28

75000 129870 163200 372706 236410 138160 229125 314232 183457 9532 253892 305478 8362 3089575

211400 105700 259300 113860 246845 169580 51345 373802 49138 909 68737 43991 0 3104810

Total

Mode of Operation : The programme consists of two parts i.e., pest monitoring-cum-surveillance based advisory system and awareness creation. At the state level the steering committee would be formed with the members from different organizations and responsibilities as given below; Steering Committee : One representative each from 1. State Agriculture Department, Maharashtra, Pune 2. National Centre for Integrated Pest Management (NCIPM), New Delhi 3. Central Integrated Pest Management Centre (CIPMC), Nagpur. 4. Dr. Panjabrao Deshmukh Krishi Vidyapeeth (PDKV), Akola 5. Marathwada Agricultural University (MAU), Parbhani 6. Mahatma Phule Krishi Vidyapeeth (MPKV), Rahuri 7. Central Institute for Cotton Research (CICR), Nagpur 8. Directorate of Soybean Research (DOSR), Indore 9. Central Research Institute for Dryland Agriculture (CRIDA), Hyderabad Responsibilities : · To coordinate the overall programme through monthly meetings · To assign the work to different stake holders of the programme and to supervise its' proper implementation Steering Committee Constitution : Chairman - Sh. Prabhakar Deshmukh, Commissioner of Agriculture, Government of Maharashtra Co-Chairman - Dr.O.M.Bambawale, Director, National Centre for Integrated Pest Management, New Delhi Members : Sh.Ashok Lokande, Joint Director of Agriculture (Extension), State Agriculture Department, Pune Dr.Ajith Chandele, Head, Department of Entomology, Marathwada Agricultural University, Rahuri

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Dr.B.B.Bhosle, Head, Department of Entomology, Marathwada Agricultural University, Parbhani Dr.U.P.Barkhade, Head, Department of Entomology, Dr. Panjabrao Deshmukh Krishi Vidyapeeth, Akola. Dr.K.R.Kranthi, Director(Acting), Central Institute for Cotton Research, Nagpur Dr.Amarnath Sharma, Principal Scientist, Directorate of Soybean Research, Indore Dr.G.G.S.N.Rao, Project Coordinator (ACRIPDA), Central Research Institute for Dryland Agriculture, Hyderabad Member Secretary - Sh.Arjun Phule, Deputy Director of Agriculture (Plant Protection), State Agriculture Department, Pune. Technical Coordinator - Dr.P.Jeyakumar, Senior Scientist, National Centre for Integrated Pest Management, New Delhi

Stakeholders and their Responsibilities : S.no. Organisation Responsibility 1 NCIPM, New Delhi · To develop on-line monitoring system and pest based advisory system · To attempt for the generation of automatic map based GIS application system · To assist in training of the surveillance team and pest monitoring team · To arrange for GPS system, Camera, monitoring kit and inputs · To collaborate in developing IPM module · To develop popular dissemination material · To coordinate the overall programme of pest monitoring 2 State Agriculture · To train the field staff by the senior staff of the Department department · To train the farmers on IPM module by the field staff · To popularize the IPM module through posters / leaflets , etc. · To monitor the pest population in different villages at Subdivisional level and make it available online. · To arrange for laptop with internet connection for pest monitoring units · To alert the farmers based on pest monitoring in case of alarming situations 3 Dr.PDKV - Akola, · To train the Master Trainers of State Agriculture MAU ­ Parbhani, and Department in respective districts. MPKV ­ Rahuri · To train pest surveillance staff in respective districts. · To assist in pest monitoring and development of IPM module · To interpret and issue pest advisory at twice a 5

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DOSR, Indore

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· 6 CRIDA, Hyderabad ·

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week (Friday & Monday before 10.00 am) To help in formulation of IPM strategies in soybean programmes To arrange for exposure visits for the Master Trainers of St. Agril. Dept. To monitor the pest population through on line data reports and to assist in alarming situations through field visits To get feedback for future anticipatory research for developing IPM components To help in formulation of IPM strategies in cotton programmes To arrange for exposure visits for the Master Trainers of St. Agril. Dept. To monitor the pest population through on line data reports and to assist in alarming situations through field visits To get feedback for future anticipatory research for developing IPM components To document weather information in pest surveillance area and to share the data with all the stakeholders. To work out crop pest weather relationship in surveillance area and to develop simple prediction models based on weather after the end of the season for future use in the surveillance area.

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Hierarchical structure of Pest Monitoring and Awareness Programmes

1. Pest Monitoring

Coordinator (Sub Divisional Agricultural Officer from ST. AGRI. DEPT.) To facilitate between the surveillance team and the steering committee To monitor the duties of pest monitor and ensure the online feeding of the data in time One representative from State Agricultural University (Annexure 1) in each district will give technical assistance to SDAO while executing this duty

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Pest Monitor (One per 10±4 scouts to be engaged on contractual basis for 10 months) To assist the scout on data collection To monitor the scouts for proper data collection To gather the data from scouts and enter it online during the crop season To conduct roving survey during the season on crops and on alternate hosts in off season

Data Entry Operator (One per Pest Monitor to be engaged on contract for five months starting from first week of June) · To feed the data online on Wednesday & Thursday (before 12 noon) and Saturday & Sunday (before 12 noon) · To pass on pest advisory to SDAO and other Agricultural Officers for dissemination

Scout (One per 8000 ha of Soybean + Cotton area to be engaged on contract for five months starting from first week of June) · To scout cotton / soybean fields @ four fields per village and two villages per day for four days i.e. Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, Friday · To report the data to Pest Monitor at a fixed place on Wednesday and Saturday

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2. Awareness and Pest based Advisory System

Coordinator (One Sr. Officer at district level from ST. AGRI. DEPT.) To facilitate between the ST. AGRI. DEPT. officers and Steering Committee To nominate the Master Trainer's (10 / district + All SDAOs) for training at SAU To coordinate the field staff (400 / district) training by Master Trainers with technical assistance from SAU representative at district level (Annexure I) To organize elite farmers training at Taluka level with assistance from Master Trainers and SAU representative at district level

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Master Trainer (Ten per district and all SDAOs from ST. AGRI. DEPT.) To obtain training from SAU To train the field staff of ST. AGRI. DEPT. To assist in organizing Taluka level elite farmers training

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Field Staff (400 per district from ST. AGRI. DEPT.) To obtain training from Master Trainers To disseminate the knowledge to all progressive soybean/cotton farmers To disseminate the weekly pest advisory system to farmers

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Elite Farmers (Five per village) To pass on the pest based advisory information to fellow farmers through village boards To organize group meetings at fortnightly intervals to pass on the information to fellow farmers.

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Execution Procedure Pest Scouting and Advisory : Pest scouts are engaged @ one per around 8000±4000 ha area of soybean + cotton. The scouts are monitored by Pest Monitors @ one per around 10±4 scouts. In case of very less area one scout + one pest monitor and one data entry operator set is provided for the whole district. Pest Monitors are assisted by Data Entry Operator @ one for each Pest Monitor. The whole set up consisting of 780 scouts + 82 Pest Monitors + 82 Data Entry Operators are to be engaged on contractual basis as per recruitment procedure and terms and conditions mentioned in annexure 2. They are placed as a unit under the direct supervision of SDAO, who will supervise the unit and ensure the regular feeding of the data. SDAO also will get the contractual staff's salary and mobility to be reimbursed from CIPMC, Nagpur. Pest scouts have to collect data from soybean and cotton in 8 fixed villages (to be selected by SDAO and Pest Monitor based on area of soybean and cotton) in each week. In each village the observation is to be taken on two fixed plots and two random plots (each field of one acre to be selected depending on the proportionate area of the crop i.e. one fixed and random plot each in soybean and cotton to be allocated by SDAO and Pest Monitor). Scout will be taking observations in four fields per village and two villages per day. In this manner he will be taking observations on Monday & Tuesday and Thursday & Friday. The reports in the form of data sheets are to be supplied to Pest Monitor on or before 10 am of proceeding day after two days i.e. Wednesday and Saturday. Pest Monitor will be provided with the mobility by way of hiring of vehicles, which is to be done on monthly basis on rates to be fixed by State Agricultural Department. Pest Monitor will be monitoring the scouts (for the methodology and punctuality of taking observations) on Monday and Thursday randomly through surprise checks. On Tuesday and Friday Pest Monitor have to select a random route and villages (which are not being covered by scouts) and conduct a roving survey in 10 villages each day. The total report of fixed plot and roving plot survey will be properly compiled by Pest Monitor and he should get it fed on line in to the website through data entry operator. The data feeding operation for two days data (whole set) are to be entered on line before 12 noon on Wednesday and Saturday. The entered data will be compiled online through the software automatically and reports are to be prepared village wise and Pest Monitor unit wise. The data are to be interpreted by Research Associates at SAUs under the guidance of Head, Department of Entomology of each SAU and the pest advisory system is to be entered online by them. This advisory system should be completed on or before Thursday and Sunday (before 10.00 am). The advisory will be in two types, i.e. one in detailed form to be disseminated to the villages through field staff of State Agriculture Department and also popularized through radio bulletins and press reports. Another in the form of short SMS which is to be disseminated through SMS to elite farmers, elected representatives such as MPs, MLAs, Panchayat Presidents, etc. Pest Monitor will download both the advisories and hand it over to concerned SDAO for onward transmission through field staff, radio bulletins, press, SMS, etc. Emergency Situations : In case of visibly epidemic situations Pest Monitors will immediately raise the alarm through website as well as direct report to SDAOs and SAU representative at district level and Pest Surveillance Team of State Agricultural Department at district level. Otherwise the Head, Department of Entomology also should communicate the

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epidemic situations based on the interpretation of data. On hearing of the epidemic report the SDAO has to assess the situation by on spot visit and also will arrange the visit of district teams for monitoring the situations. Depending on the situations the district team declares the epidemic situations and in consultation with Head, Department of Entomology, CICR, DOSR, NCIPM the release of the critical inputs stocked at DJDA level will be done on war footing to contain the epidemic at the location level. More efforts also will be made through trained field staff and elite farmers for creating awareness at the epidemic area. The epidemic has to be declared if a single pest is severe in more than 10 % of fields in a village. Awareness creation through trainings : SAUs will be giving trainings on Soybean and Cotton Package of Practices for two days of duration. The staff will be deputed by State Agricultural Department (Senior level staff 10 @ per district and all SDAOs). The SAU representative for each district also will be trained. The Master Trainers in turn will be training the field staff @ 400 per district. All the staff will arrange the training of elite farmers at Taluka level who will disseminate the knowledge to fellow farmers. They also will be disseminating the pest based advisory system also at regular intervals.

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Important Time Lines : Period Activity nd 2 Fortnight of Engagement of contractual service staff May Training of Master Trainers Training of field staff by Master Trainers Designing of surveillance module and proforma 1st Fortnight of Taluka lever training of farmers by June Master Trainers and Field Staff Training of Pest Monitoring Unit and distribution of monitoring kit Development and implementation of online pest monitoring software Training of Data Entry Operators and Research Associates of SAUs on online data feeding and Pest Advisory System respectively Development of popular materials on IPM Collection of weather data in the surveillance area 2nd Fortnight of Pest Monitoring and online feeding in June soybean and cotton through fixed and roving survey Issue of Pest Advisory System Dissemination of Pest Advisory System Production and distribution of popular materials through electronic and print media Epidemic declaration and emergency visit ­ All the above five activities to be continued for five months from date of appointment Arrangement of critical inputs at DJDA level December to Off season random surveillance for key March pests by pest monitors Development of simple thumb rules based on crop pest weather relationship Analysis and interpretation and preparation of reports

Action by NCIPM,SAUs, CIPMC SAUs St. Agril. Dept. NCIPM, DOSR, CICR, SAUs St. Agril. Dept. SAUs & NCIPM NCIPM NCIPM

NCIPM, DOSR, CICR and SAUs CRIDA St. Agril. Dept. through Pest Monitoring Unit SAUs St. Agri. Dept. St. Agri. Dept.

All concerned

NCIPM St. Agri. Dept CRIDA All concerned

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Budgetary Requirement (Details with Justification): S. Details Justification No.

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Funds to be Budget distributed (Rs. in through lakhs) Pest Monitoring and Surveillance Pest Monitors on contract To perform duties 98.40 St. Agrl. Dept. @ Rs.12000/- pm (fixed) as assigned above for 10 months for 82 pest monitors Data Entry Operators on --do-16.40 St. Agrl. Dept. contract @ Rs.4000/pm (fixed) for 5 months for 82 Pest Scouts on contract @ --do-156.00 St. Agrl. Dept. Rs.4000/-pm (fixed) for 5 months for 780 scouts Mobility of 82 pest To monitor the 61.50 St. Agrl. Dept. monitors (each @ scouts and for Rs,15000/ pm / pest roving survey of monitor for 5 months for villages not covered hiring vehicles on monthly by scouts basis) Mobility of 780 scouts @ For movement to 39.00 St. Agrl. Dept. Rs.1000 / scout pm for 5 different villages months to be paid along for survey and with the salary twice a week report to pest monitor 10.00 NCIPM development Development and For implementation of on-line and maintenance of monitoring software website and to regular programme and the ensure checking of quality data online reporting of feeding online through two online data SRFs and computers with communication and office facilities 8.5 NCIPM GIS Applications For tracking the areas Development for epidemic on data implementing automated based linked with maps map generation system 31.20 NCIPM installing Monitoring kit consisting For traps of pheromone traps (four + pheromone and 20 lures and 50 gms of (monitoring) castor seed) @Rs.500 / kit sowing castor as an for each village for 6240 indicator crop villages with lens and other observation kits for pest scouts 10.00 NCIPM Printing and distribution of For pest scouting common surveillance (@Re1.50 / one proforma from a field-form / week 12

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for 4 fields / village in 6240 villages for 20 weeks each for fixed plot survey and roving survey Labtop and internet For compiling the connection @ Rs.65000/- data and entering per set for all 82 pest them online monitoring units Cyber shot digital cameras For capturing snaps @Rs.16000/- for all 82 of unusual or could not be identified pest monitoring units pests and crop conditions and sending them through mail to experts for consultation purchasing Contingency @ Rs.Fifty For thousand for each team for stationeries, CDs, internet connection 82 teams / cybe café, etc. Training of pest For training on and monitoring and surveillance surveillance team by online data feeding PDKV, MPKV and MAU (one at the beginning of the season for two days and another one day training in the midst of the season) @ Rs.1000 per staff for 780 scouts + 82 DEO + 82 Pest Monitors GPS system to locate For recording & of longitude and latitude of tracking and the field @Rs.15000/ piece longitude for 100 no.s to be used by latitude of field and locate the 82 pest monitors in 75 to subdivisions of 28 districts surveillance plot by team and all stake holders monitoring (including spares for and to develop map based pest alert emergency use); system One RA(computers) for RA ­ Computers NCIPM and Two RA for assisting on-line (Entomology & Pathology) monitoring software each for ST. AGRI. DEPT. part and correlation Dr.PDKV, MPKV, MAU of weather pest data and One RA (SMS) for RA ­ Entomology/ for NCIPM, CRIDA, CICR Pathology

centralized source

53.30 St. Agri. Dept.

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41.00 St. Agri. Dept.

9.44 SAUs

15.00 NCIPM

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and DOSR assisting in subject @Rs.17000/pm + HRA for related works such as IPM module, 10 months popular material preparation training programs, and issuing weekly pest advisory etc. One computer operator For compiling and each for all nine partners analyzing the pest @ Rs.8000/ pm (fixed) for and weather data 10 months Traveling allowance for For monitoring the plot and the participating centres @ fixed Rs. One lakh each for roving plot surveys PDKV, MAU, MPKV, randomly for field CRIDA, CICR and DOSR visits in case of and Two lakhs for ST. emergencies, to AGRI. DEPT. and Four attend meetings, lakhs NCIPM (for over all etc. coordination) meet out Contingency @ Rs.50000/ To for DOSR, CICR, CRIDA experimental and Rs. One Lakh for materials, and PDKV, MPKV and MAU stationeries and Rs.Two lakhs for St. miscellaneous expenses, postage Agri. Dept., NCIPM charges, fax, etc. related to programme and development of popular materials, video films, etc. for this programme One set of video camera For making video and laptop and accessories clips on biology and each for the 8 centres @ damage of pests and Rs.125000 / set and only IPM strategies and laptop and accessories for compiling them. CRIDA @ Rs.75000 / set developing Weather data past For support (historic) and current to be decision obtained for the system surveillance area Establishment of State For monitoring the level monitoring unit with overall activity of monitoring five desktops and pest awareness accessories equipped with cum online UPS and inverter activities on line. physical facility for 8 hours with air For

7.20 All centres

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14.00 All centres

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10.50 All centres

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10.75 All centres

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2.00 CRIDA, Hyderabad

11.50 State Agricultural Department

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conditioning systems and coordination of the including provision for activity at the state hiring of vehicles (Rs.1.5 level and field visit case of lakhs for @ Rs.15000 / in emergency month for 10 months) Awareness and Pest Advisory based action 4.70 Training of Master For creating Master Trainers (All SDAOs and Trainers on CottonIPM 10 additional staff Soybean members per each district) module in total 354 staff + 28 district representatives from SAU to be trained @ Rs.1200/ staff 28.00 Training of field staff @ Training to be 400 in each district by organized for field master trainers (@ Rs.250 / staff by Master Trainers staff 108.40 Training of five elite and Training to be progressive farmers by imparted to farmers organizing Taluka level by trained field staff training camps @Rs.40000 and Master Trainers collaboration / camp in 271 Talukas in in with SAU 28 districts representative 300.00 Sitting of elite farmers For disseminating with the fellow farmers the knowledge on @Rs.100/ sitting for 10 IPM and discussing the pest sittings at fortnightly about intervals in 30000 villages advisory system Printing of publicity For creating mass 56.00 material posters / folders, awareness etc. through electronic and print media @Rs. Two lakh / district for 28 districts Contingency and TA grant For assisting the 7.00 for the SAU representative training and operating in each of the 28 surveillance team districts @ Rs.25000 / district Exposure Visits to CICR, For providing 18.00 Nagpur and DOSR, Indore boarding and for 3days during the season lodging (TA to be for all 354 staff @ claimed from St. Rs.2500/ staff Agri. Dept.) to all trainees and the literatures Stocking of Sl NPV (Shelf To manage the 105.00 life of 2 years) @ Rs.500 / epidemic situation

State Agricultural Universities

State Agriculture Department

State Agriculture Department

State Agriculture Department

State Agriculture Department

Respective SAU

CICR and DOSR

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hectare for 2500 hectares if arises and Beauveria bassiana (shelf life of one year) @Rs.500 / hectare for 500 hectares in each of the seven division Coordinating the overall To organize programme meetings of all stake holders at regular intervals Total

approval of quality by technical committee)

3.00 NCIPM, New Delhi

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Summary of Budgetary Requirement (Component and Centre Wise ­ Rs. in lakhs)

Sr no 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 25 26 27 28 30 Particalrs Pest Monitors' salary Data Entry Operators' salary Pest Scouts' salary Pest Monitors' mobility Pest Scouts' mobility Development of website and tracking of data Generation of GIS based maps Pest Monitoring kit Pest Survey Proforma Laptop and internet system for Pest Monitoring units Digital cameras for PM units Contingency for PM units Training of all staff of PM units GPS system for PM units RAs for different stake holders Computer operator for different stake holders Travelling allowance for different stake holders Contingency for different stake holders Laptop and video camera and accessories Weather data past and present State Monitoring Unit Training of Master Trainers Training of Field staff Training of Elite farmers at Taluka level Sitting of Elite farmers with fellow farmers Printing of publicity material (electronic and press) Contingency for SAU ­ District Representative Exposure visits during the season Stocking of critical inputs for emergency use Overall coordination meetings Total St.Agri. Dept. CIPMC* 98.40 16.40 156.00 61.50 39.00 NCIPM PDKV MAU MPKV CICR DOSR CRIDA Total 98.40 16.40 156.00 61.50 39.00 10.00 8.50 31.20 10.00 53.30 13.12 41.00 9.44 15.00 30.09 7.20 14.00 10.50 10.75 2.00 11.50 4.70 28.00 108.40 300.00 56.00 7.00 18.00 105.00 3.00 1279.00

10.00 8.50 31.20 10.00 53.30 13.12 41.00 4.79 4.08 0.80 2.00 2.00 1.25 11.50 1.67 28.00 108.40 300.00 56.00 2.50 105.00 3.00 195.17 2.00 2.50 9.00 9.00 1.37 1.66 4.08 0.80 2.00 2.00 1.25 15.00 4.42 0.80 4.00 2.00 1.25 3.74 0.80 1.00 1.00 1.25 3.01 3.74 0.80 1.00 1.00 1.25 1.64 3.74 0.80 1.00 1.00 1.25 2.04 0.80 1.00 0.50 1.25 2.04 0.80 1.00 0.50 1.25 2.21 0.80 1.00 0.50 0.75 2.00

621.45

381.43

16.74

14.17

13.60

14.59

14.59

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Annexure I

SAU Representatives

Mahatma Phule Krishi Vidyapeeth

a) Steering Committee: Dr. A.G.Chandele, Head, Department of Entomology, M.P.K.V., Rahuri-413722 b) MPKV Master Trainers Training Centers: Pune Dhule Dr. S.S.Jadhav, Professor of Entomology Prof. P.K.Dharne, Professor of Entomology

c) District level Representative for Pest Monitoring and Awareness Team: District Name of Scientist Address Nashik Prof. S.D.Patil Assistant Entomologist, Agriculture Research Station, Niphad, Dist.- Nashik Dhule Prof. P.K.Dharne Professor of Entomology, College of Agriculrure, Dhule Nandurbar Prof. B.M.Mhaske SMS (Plant Protection), Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Dhule Jalgaon Prof. M.S.Shirke Entomologist, Oilseed Research Station, Jalgaon Ahmednagar Pune Dr. A.B. Tambe Prof. J.S.Ambekar Forage Entomologist, Associate Professor of Entomology, College of Agriculture, Pune Solapur Dr. V.B.Akashe Assistant Entomologist, Safflower Research Project, NARP, Scarcity Zone, 97, Ravivar Peth, Solapur Satara Dr. R.V.Nakat Assistant Entomologist, AICRP on Biocontrol, College of Agriculture, Pune Sangli Prof. R.G.Jadhav Assistant Entomologist, NARP, Agriculture Research Station, Kasbe Digraj, Dist.- Sangli Kolhapur Prof. S.B.Kharbade Professor of Entomology, College of Agriculrure, Kolhapur

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Marathwada Agricultural University

1) Steering committee member and Nodal Officer, M.A.U. Parbhani 2) Co-steering member : Dr. B. B. Bhosle Head Department of Entomology Dr. D. W. Wadnerkar Associate Professor Entomology 3) I/c. Scientists Soybean : : Dr. K. S. Baig Soybean Breeder, Soybean Research Scheme, Parbhani Cotton : Dr. D. G. More Cotton Entomologist, CRS, Parbhani The training will be conducted at following centers Items/ Venue Districts to be covered Aurangabad (NARP Hall) Aurangabad, Jalna, Beed, Osmanabad Training Officer Dr. M. G. Umate Associate Director NARP Parbhani (DEE Hall) Parbhani, Nanded, Hingoli and Latur Dr. P. S. Chavan, Extension Scientist

Director Extension & Education, M.A.U. Parbhani,

Training Co-ordinator

Prof. Y. S. Saindane Entomologist, ARS, Badnapur

Prof. B. V. Bhede Sericulture Research Unit, Parbhani

Team of Scientists Soybean : Dr. K. S. Baig, Soybean Breeder, Soybean Research Station Parbhani Prof. Kamble S. K., Entomologists, Soybean Research Station Parbhani Dr. S. R. Oza, Agronomist, Dryland Research Station, Parbhani Dr. L. R. Kharwade, Pathologist., College of Horticulture Dr. Navgire K. D., Safflower Scheme Cotton : Dr. D. B. Deosarkar Cotton Breeder, CRS, Nanded 19

Dr. P. R. Zanwar, Entomologist, CRS, Nanded Prof. Khargkharate, Agronomist, CRS, Nanded Prof. Dhoke, P.B., Pathologist, CRS, Nanded District level Representative for Pest Monitoring and Awareness Team: Districts Scientists Parbhani Prof. B. V. Bhede, Sericulture Research Unit, Parbhani + Prof. P.V.Khalikar, Assoc. Professor Dept. of Plant Pathology, College of Agriculture, Parbhani Dr. S. K. Kamble, Soybean Research Scheme, Parbhani + K.D. Navgire, Pathologist, Safflower Scheme, Parbhani Dr.P.R.Zanwar, + Dr.Dhoke, Pathologist, CRS, Nanded Dr. S. S. Shetgar, Agril. College, Latur + Dr. Shirasikar, ORS, Latur Prof. Y. S. Saindane, ARS, Badnapur + Dr. Ghante, ARS, Badnapur Dr. V. K. Bhamare, Agril. College, Badnapur + Dr. Kohire, AD (Seeds), Parbhani Dr. P. K. Nalwandikar, Agril. College, Ambajogai + Dr. Badgire, College of Agriculture, Ambajogai Prof. Bantewad , College of Agril. Osmanabad + Ambadkar, ARS, Tuljapur

Hingoli Nanded Latur Aurangabad Jalna Beed Osmanabad

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Panjabrao Deshmukh Krishi Vidyapeeth

1. Steering Committee: Dr. U.P.Barkhade. Head Department of Entomology, Dr. PDKV. Akola 444104 (M.S.) E-mail: [email protected] Phone No. 0724-2258050 Fax No. 0724-2258050 Mobile:09657725753 2. Dr. PDKV Master Trainers Training Centers:2 I. AKOLA: For Akola, Buldana. Yavatmal Amravati and Washim districts. Training Co-ordinators: Dr. S.M. Thakare (University Level) Phone No. Office: 0724-2258050 Mobile 09422959818 Training Place: Committee Hall, Dr. PDKV, Akola. II. NAGPUR: For Nagpur. Wardha Chandrapur, Bhandara, Gondia and Gadehiroli, district. Training Co-ordinator: Dr. D.B. Undirwade Phone no. 09850819992 Training place: Department of Entomology, College of Agril. Nagpur. 3. District level Representative for Pest Monitoring and Awareness Team : Designation and Address For District Sr.No Name of Scientist Dr. G.K. Lande Assistant Professor of Entomology C/o Akoal 1. HD. Entomology. Dr. PDKV, Akola Phone no. 09421749429 Dr. A.K. Sadawarte Assistant Professor of Entomology, Baldana 2. Citrus, Dt-Back, Project, Dr. PDKV Akola Phone No. 09657725697 Prof. J.D. Patel Assistant Professor of Entomology Pest Washim 3. Harvest Technology, Dr. PDKV, Akola Scheme Phone No. 0724-2454708 Dr. P.V. Yadgirwar Assoc Prof. entomology and Training Yavatmal 4. organizer KVK, Yavatmal Phone 9371459061 Dr. P.L. Tadas Assistant Professor of Entomology, Amravati 5. Regional Research Station, Dr. PDKV. Mroshi Road, Amravati Phone 9326652718 Nagpur Dr. L.N. Peshkar Assistant Professor of Entomology 6. College of Agril. Nagpur Ph. 09850342894 Dr. V.N. Nandanwar Assistant Professor of Entomology, Wardha 7. KVK, Selsura Dist, Wardha Ph. 07152287085 mob. 09423435510 Dr. V.Y. Deotale Assistant Professor of Entomology, Chandrapur 8. NARP, Smdewahi. Distt. Chamerapur Ph. 09822229740 Dr. P.W. Nemade Assistant Professor of Entomology, Bhandra 9. KVK, Sakoli. Distt. Bhandara ph. 09850208111 Dr. N.V. Lavhe Assistant Professor of Entomology, Gondia 10. KVK, Gondia. Ph. 09822703101 Dr. V.K. Biradar Assistant Professor of Entomology, Gadchiroli 11. KVK, Sonapur, Distt. Gadehiroli ph. 09422826153 · The associated persons from different stake holders will be communicated soon

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Annexure 2

Procedure for Engagement of Contractual Staff

The selection procedure for engagement of contractual staff will be organized at the University level, in all the three Universities for the districts falling in their jurisdiction. The following Committee will conduct the selection procedure for engagement of contractual staff through a two stage selection process : Two Stage Selection Process : Written Test : Only with objective / multiple choice type questions to test the knowledge level required for executing the duties. Interview : The following committee will select the candidates screened on the basis of written test in the ratio of 1 : 4 Committee Empowered for recommending Contractual Staff : Chairman of the Committee : Member, Steering Committee from the University Member : Representative from Registrar Office of respective SAU Member : Representative from State Agricultural Department, Member : Representative from CIPMC / NCIPM Eligibility Conditions : Pest Monitor : · Essential Educational Qualifications : B.Sc. (Agriculture); He should have fluency in Marathi and English, should be computer literate; Age between 21 ­ 45 years. Preference shall be given to local subdivision level candidate where the work is supposed to be taken up. Data Entry Operator : · Essential Educational Qualifications : 10th Pass with One year certificate / diploma course in Computers. Should have fluency in Marathi and English. Age between 21-45 years. Preference shall be given to local subdivision level candidate where the work is supposed to be taken up. Pest Scouts : · Essential Educational Qualifications : Diploma in Agriculture; Should have fluency in Marathi and English. Preference shall be given to local Taluka level candidate where the work is supposed to be taken up. * In case of non availability of the candidate native of the respective subdivision / Taluka where the work is allocated, preference may be given to a candidate from nearby subdivision / Taluka. The recommendation has to be communicated to Steering Committee Member of CIPMC, who will issue the orders to the contractual service persons. On receipt of orders they will report to the concerned SDAOs immediately. They will be under the Administrative control of SDAOs and will execute the following bond in Rs.100 Stamp Paper to the Government of Maharashtra in the following format. The salary bill should be duly signed by the incharge of Pest Monitoring Team and shall be forwarded to CIPMC, Nagpur. The salary and mobility of all contractual staff in pest monitoring will be released on satisfactory completion of the surveillance and on line feeding of data at stipulated time.

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Annexure 3 Terms and Conditions of the contract

Pest Monitoring Programme ­ Soybean - Maharashtra

F.No.

MEMORANDUM

The Joint Director of Agriculture, Amravathi, is pleased to offer a contractual position of Pest Monitor in the Project entitled "Awareness-cum-Suveillance Programme for management of Major pests in Soybean-

DATED :

Cotton based cropping System in Maharashtra (2009-10)" sponsored by Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojana, Maharashtra to _________________ S/O ____________________on the following terms and conditions:1. The post is purely contractual and his engagement to the post of Pest Monitor is for the period of the five months initially from the date of appointment or earlier subject to satisfactory progress and availability of budget, whichever is earlier. The CIPMC/RKVY/State Agricultural Department, Maharashtra/ State Agricultural University holds no responsibility for his regularisation / appointment by absorption or otherwise against any regular post on termination of the project as it is purely temporary, time bound arrangement on co-terminus basis with the Project. The services of ____________________shall stand terminated automatically on expiry of the period given in the sanction of the Project. The post carries the consolidated emoluments of Rs. 12,000/= per month (Fixed). No other kind of allowance such as Dearness Allowance etc. shall be paid. However, emoluments drawn by him will be subject to Income tax rules applicable from time to time. The payment of emoluments will be governed by the terms and conditions decided from time to time by the Steering Committee. His Headquarters for the present will be at ________________. He should report _________________________________________________________________________________. to ­SDAO

2.

3.

4.

He should execute of bond in Rs. 100/- stamp paper to the Government of Maharashtra in the format available with SDAO. There is no provision of any kind of leave available for this post. The contractual engagement can be terminated at any time by issue of one month notice if he is found to be negligent in his work He can also request for his termination before the expiry of the project/scheme by giving one month notice in writing and with the approval of the appointing authority Contract may also be terminated by the appointing authority at any time without giving one month's notice if he is found guilty of gross negligence in his duties or of grave misconduct He will devote his whole time to the assignment given to him and he will not be allowed to accept or hold another appointment, paid or otherwise during the period of his appointment at this programme.

5. 6.

7. 8.

9.

10. Other service conditions will be governed by the relevant orders issued by the Steering Committee of the programme from time to time. 11. If he leaves his assignment without permission he will not be entitled for the contract amount due to him on that date. 12. The work done by him will be the property of the State Agriculture Department and he will have no control or right on the same. 13. He will not be entitled to any travelling and/or conveyance allowance for joining the post at respective place. 14. He will not be paid any other allowance except the contract amount @ Rs.12000/- pm (fixed). 15. If any declaration given or information furnished by him proves to be false or wilfully suppressed any material information, he will be liable for termination of his services and such other action as may be deemed necessary.

16. In case the contract is acceptable to _________________on the terms and conditions mentioned above, he may intimate his acceptance to _______________ immediately and join his duty within 7 days of the issue of this memorandum after which this offer shall stand withdrawn. 17. He / She should report to Head, Department of Entomology, PKV, Akola on 14 July, 2009 at 9.00 am for training programme for two days for scouts and three days for Pest Monitor and Data Entry Operator.

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Joint Director of Agriculture To

Copy for information to:

1. 2. 3.

Chairman of the contractual service recommending committee Member Secretary, Steering Committee _______ Respective person for reporting to duty.

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Annexure 4 Pest Monitoring Unit at various District / Subdivisional indicating the number of staff to be engaged based on the area of soybean + cotton. Soyabea No No.o No. of Area Name of Name of Sub Taluka Area Division District division Soyabe Cotton n Data + . of f an (ha) (ha) sco Pest Entry Cotton uts Mon Oprato area iters rs Nashik Nashik Nashik Nashik 1300 0 1300 1 1 1 Peth Egatpuri Trimbkeshwar 4 Niphad Niphad Chandwad Yewala Sinnar 4 Malegao n Malegoan Satana (Baglan) Nandgaon 3 Kalwan Dindori Surgana Kalwan 3 Nashik Dist. Total Dhule 4 14 275 367 200 2142 21677 480 970 10200 33327 210 415 78 703 2240 150 1647 4037 40209 0 0 0 0 25 130 10893 35 11083 6610 167 7800 14577 0 0 0 0 25660 275 367 200 2142 21702 610 11863 10235 44410 6820 582 7878 15280 2240 150 1647 4037 65869 1 9 0 1 0 1 1 2 1 0 0 1 1 5 1 0 0 1 3 1 1

Dhule

Dhule Sakri Sindkheda Shirpur

1120 11500 1270 4090 17980

43858 7241 27500 31280

44978 18741 28770 35370

6 2 4 4 16

1

1

1

1

Dhule District Total Nandurb ar

1

4

109879 127859

2

2

Nandurb ar

Nandurbar Navapur

3500 10390

18550 2750

22050 13140

3 2

1

1

25

Akkalkuwa 3 Shahada Shahada Taloda Akrani(Djhadg aon) 3 6

5250 19140 6950 1350 1285 9585 28725

415 21715 31850 2400 36 34286 56001

5665 40855 38800 3750 1321 43871 84726

1 6 5 1 1 1

Nandur bar Dist. Total Jalgaon

2

6 12

0 1

0 1

Jalgoan

Amalner

Pachora

Nashik Division Total Pune

Jalgaon Dist. Total 4

3

Jalgoan Yaval Bhusaval Eglabad(Mukt ainagar) Bodhwad Rawer 6 Amalner Chopda Erandol Dharangaon Parola 5 Pachora Chalisgaon Bhadgoan Jamner 4 15

2888 2450 2200 1109 100 2970 11717 700 2836 1050 400 190 5176 510 129 200 500 1339 18232

30989 21147 13291 22072 15175 19300 121974 27149 42108 14096 17738 31176 132267 33922 48994 21338 72232 176486 430727

33877 23597 15491 23181 15275 22270 133691 27849 44944 15146 18138 31366 137443 34432 49123 21538 72732 177825 448959

4 3 2 3 2 3 17 3 6 2 2 4 17 4 6 3 9 22 56

1

1

1

1

2 1 1

2 1 1

2 1

2 1

1 2 6

1 2 6

10

39

105146

622267 727413

93

10

10

Pune

Pune Baramati

Rajgurun agar

Havali 1 Baramati Indapur Purandar 3 Rajgurunagar Junnar Ambegaon Shirur 4 8

300 300 400 100 100 600 1000 200 200 100 1500 2400

0 0 100

100 0 0 0 0 0 100

300 300 500 100 100 700 1000 200 200 100 1500 2500

1 1

1 1

1 1

0

0

0

Pune Dist.

3

0 1

0 1

0 1 26

Total Ahmadn agar

Ahmadn agar Karjat

Pathrdi 1 Karjat Jamkhed 2 Newasa Srirampur Rahuri Shevgaon 4 Sangamner Rahata Akole Kopargoan 4 11

0 0 0 100 100 5600 12100 7500 0 25200 4700 13100 1600 12600 32000 57300

23800 23800 300 600 900 0 0 0 24400 24400 0 0 0 0 0 49100

23800 23800 300 700 1000 5600 12100 7500 24400 49600 4700 13100 1600 12600 32000 106400

3 3

1 1

1 1

Srirampu r

0 1 2 1 3 7 1 2 1 2 6 16

0

0

Sangamn er

0 1

0 1

Ahmad ngar Dist. Total Solapur

4

1 2

1 2

Pune Division

Solapur Dist . Total 3 10

Solapur (North) Solapur (South) Akkalkot Mohol 4 Pandarpu Malshiras r Sangola 2 Kurdiwa Barshi di Madha 2 3 8

Solapur

100 100 300 100 600 100 0 100 1800 100 1900 2600

0 0 0 0 0 0 100 100 0 0 0 100

100 100 300 100 600 100 100 200 1800 100 1900 2700

1

1

1

1

1

1

0

0

0

0 1

0 1

0 1

27

62300

49300

111600 0 4970 5170 1307 11447 9062 4630 13692

18

4

4

Kolhapur Satara

Satara

Karad

Satara Koregaon Khatav 3 Karad Patan 2

4970 5170 850 10990 9062 4630 13692

0 0 457 457 0 0 0

1

1

1

1 1 1 2

1

1

0

0 27

Wai

Phaltan

Satara Dist. Total Sangali

4

Wai Javali Khandala 3 Phaltan Maan (Dhahiwadi) 2 10

3349 595 230 4174 45 0 45 28901

0 0 0 0 49 623 672 1129

3349 595 230 4174 94 623 717 30030

1

1

0

0

0 4

0 1

0 1

Miraj

Vita

Jat

Sangali Dist. Total Kolhapu r

3

Miraj Walva Shirala 3 Vita (Khanapur) Tasgaon Palus Atpadi Kadegaon 5 Jat Kavatemahaka l 2 10

7250 21850 3995 33095 2500 6000 8530 0 3064 20094 0 1230 1230 54419

10 0 0 10 50 2 0 450 240 742 1235 210 1445 2197

7260 21850 3995 33105 2550 6002 8530 450 3304 20836 1235 1440 2675 56616

1 3 4 1

1

1

1

1

1 1 3

0

0

0 7

0 1

0 1

Karveer

Karveer

5100 50 9510 14660 15105 115 11700 1410 28330 13560 280 1750 105 15695 58685

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 60 0 0 50 110 110

5100 50 9510 14660 15105 115 11700 1410 28330 13620 280 1750 155 15805 58795

1

1

1

Kolhapu r Division

Kolhap ur Dist Total 3 10

Radhanagari Kagal 3 Kolhapur Hatkangale Shahuwadi Shirol Panhala 4 Gadhingl Gadhinglaj aj Bhudargad Ajora Chandgad 4 3 11

1 2 2 2 4 2

1

1

0

0

2 8

0 1

0 1

31

142005

3436

145441

19

3

3

28

Total Auranga bad

Auranga bad

Auranga bad

Aurangabad Phulambri Paithan 3 Sillod Soygaon Kannad 3 Vaijapur Khultabad Gangapur 3 9 Jalna Badnapur Bhokardan Jafrabad 4 Partur Mantha Ghansanagari Ambad 4 8

500 100 100 700 2500 1400 500 4400 300 300 500 1100 6200 6700 900 2900 18600 29100 1800 3900 2700 1300 9700 38800 1000 700 500 900 3100 300 5200 200 800 6500 31000 25000 12200 68200 77800 122800

23900 23500 30300 77700 35400 24500 34600 94500 32500 16200 30000 78700 250900 39000 30400 51000 17800 138200 36900 26900 49500 26900 140200 278400 34000 3600 9500 900 48000 34500 15200 46000 8400 104100 8000 17400 24000 49400 201500

24400 23600 30400 78400 37900 25900 35100 98900 32800 16500 30500 79800 257100 45700 31300 53900 36400 167300 38700 30800 52200 28200 149900 317200 35000 4300 10000 1800 51100 34800 20400 46200 9200 110600 39000 42400 36200 117600 279300

3 3 4 10 5 3 4 12 4 2 4 10 32 6 4 7 5 22 5 4 7 3 19 41 4 1 1 6 4 2 6 1 13 5 5 4 14 33 10 6

1

1

Sillod

1 1

1 1

Vaijapur

1 1

1 1

Dist Total Jalna

3 Jalna

1 3 1 1 2 1 1 2 4 1

1 3 1 1 2 1 1 2 4 1

Partur

Dist Total Beed

2 Beed

Dist. Total Auranga 3 bad Divi. Total

Beed Patoda Shirurkasar Ashti 4 Majalgao Majalgoan n Dharur Gavrai Vadvani 4 Ambejog Ambejogai ai Parali Kej 3 3 11 8 28

1 1

1 1

1 1

1 1

1 3 10

1 3 10

730800 853600

0 29

Latur

Latur

Latur

Udgir

Dist Total Osaman abad

2

Latur Renapur Nilanga Ausa Shiruranantpal 5 Udgir Chakur Ahmadpur Devni Jalkot 5 10

29800 22100 22500 31800 17700 123900 25300 21500 27900 8500 5800 89000 212900

0 400 0 0 0 400 200 300 800 0 900 2200 2600

29800 22500 22500 31800 17700 124300 25500 21800 28700 8500 6700 91200 215500 0 5800 3200 9800 1000 19800 2100 600 3600 700 7000 26800

4 3 3 4 2 16 3 3 4 1 1 12 28

1 1

1 1

2 1

2 1

1 3

1 3

Dist Total

Osmanab Osmanabad ad Tuljapur Omarga Lohara 4 Bhoom Bhoom Vashi Kalamb Paranda 4 2 8

5800 3200 9800 1000 19800 1000 300 3200 700 5200 25000

0 0 0 0 0 1100 300 400 0 1800 1800

1

1

1

1 2 1 1 1

1 3

0 1

0 1

Parbhani Parbhani

Dist Total Hingoli

1 1

Parbhani Jintur Gangakhed Sonpeth Purna Palam Selu Pathri Manvat 9 9

14000 7500 4500 6000 10000 19000 7500 1500 5000 75000 75000

0 35000 49000 29000 36500 16200 20700 14000 20000 18000 28000 17000 36000 35800 43300 26400 27900 20000 25000 211400 286400 211400 286400 0 49470 38400 51000 48900 47800 235570 235570

6 5 3 2 3 4 5 3 3 34 34

1 1

1 1

1

1

3 3

3 3

Hingoli

Dist

1

Hingoli Sengoan Aundha Nagnath Kalamnuri Vasamat 5 5

31170 24400 29000 22300 23000 129870 129870

18300 14000 22000 26600 24800 105700 105700

6 5 6 6 6 29 29

1 1

1 1

1 3 3

1 3 3 30

Total Nanded Nanded Nanded Mudkhed Loha Kandhar 4 Degloor Mukhed Biloli Dharmabad Naygaon Ardhapur 6 Kinwat Mahur Himayatnagar Hadgaon Bhokar Umri 6 16 48 8900 5100 14500 16200 44700 6100 12600 5200 6900 12000 6300 49100 19600 15000 6200 19500 2800 6300 69400 163200 605970 8500 5500 16500 18900 49400 15200 14600 5200 10500 10000 5800 61300 37500 21700 20300 31800 27800 9500 148600 259300 0 17400 10600 31000 35100 94100 21300 27200 10400 17400 22000 12100 110400 57100 36700 26500 51300 30600 15800 218000 422500 2 1 4 4 11 3 3 1 2 3 1 13 7 5 3 6 4 2 27 51 14 5 5 4 4 6 5 24 6 4 5 5 20 4 4 2 5 4 19 63 6 2 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1

Degloor

1 1

1 1

Kinwat

1 1 1 1 3 5 15

1 1 1 1 3 5 15

Latur Division Total Amravati Amarav ati

Dist Total 5

3 9

580800 1186770

Amravati Amravati Bhatukali Chandur Railway Nandgaon Khadeswar Dhamangao Railway 5 Morshi Varud Chandurbazar Tivasa 4 Achalpur Anjangoan surji Daryapur Dharani Chikaldhara 5 14 Buldhana

40358 22410 26763 35712 30628 155871 29229 21193 29817 33610 113849 20340 23500 6300 33540 19306 102986 372706 33806

2434 6725 4355 12790 9980 36284 19980 12788 8130 3646 44544 11385 5740 11407 3260 1240 33032 113860 11952

42792 29135 31118 48502 40608 192155 49209 33981 37947 37256 158393 31725 29240 17707 36800 20546 136018 486566 45758

1

1

Morshi

Achalpur

1 2 6 1

1 2 6 1 31

Total Dist. Bhuldha

3 Bhuldha

na

na Motala Malakapur Chikhali 4 Mehkar Lonar Shindkhedraja Deolgaonraja 4 Khamagoan Shegoan Nandura Jalgoanjamod Sangrampur 5 13 Akola Barshitakali Murtijapur 3 Akot Telara Balapur Patur 4 7 Washim Mangrulpir Risod Malegoan Karanja Manora 6 6 Yeotmal Kalamb Ralegoan Ghatangi 4 Pusad Digras Umerkhed Mahagaon 4 Darvha 2100 3950 51500 91356 47573 35151 27696 8250 118670 14500 1830 3434 1120 5500 26384 236410 22280 20200 21600 64080 23200 12780 12300 25800 74080 138160 46497 19849 60311 47153 27950 27365 229125 229125 18375 20610 21142 15210 75337 25850 10608 33144 17395 86997 25000 33797 24000 16100 85849 7585 2125 20109 20950 50769 23950 20080 24000 17502 24695 110227 246845 33858 21825 23300 78983 21722 22475 27900 18500 90597 169580 3150 13587 785 815 17130 15878 51345 51345 22227 22940 31105 34400 110672 27850 18070 17760 24688 88368 17820 35897 27950 67600 177205 55158 37276 47805 29200 169439 38450 21910 27434 18622 30195 136611 483255 56138 42025 44900 143063 44922 35255 40200 44300 164677 307740 49647 33436 61096 47968 45080 43243 280470 280470 40602 43550 52247 49610 186009 53700 28678 50904 42083 175365 42820 4 3 8 21 7 5 6 4 22 5 3 3 2 4 17 60 7 5 6 18 6 4 5 6 21 39 6 4 8 6 6 5 35 35 5 5 7 6 23 7 4 6 5 22 5

Mehkar

1 2 1 1 2 1

1 2 1 1 2 1

Khamgo an

1

1

Total Dist Akola

3 Akola

2 6 1 1 2 1 1 2 4 1 1 1 3 3 1 1 2 1 1 2 1

2 6 1 1 2 1 1 2 4 1 1 1 3 3 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 32

Akot

Total Dist Washim

2 Washim

Total Dist Yeotmal

1 Yeotmal

Pusad

Darvha

Amrava ti Division Total Nagpur

Total Dist. 5

Arni Babhulgaon Ner 4 Pandhark Pandharkawad awada a Zarizamani wani Maregaon 4 4 16 13 56

16232 20572 18415 80219 12200 20328 23260 15891 71679 314232 129063 3

27063 15004 19943 79830 29000 21060 24630 20242 94932 373802

43295 35576 38358 160049 41200 41388 47890 36133 166611 688034

5 4 5 19 5 5 6 5 21 85 28 2

1 2 1

1 2 1

1 2 8 27

1 2 8 27

955432 2246065

Chandra pur

Chandra pur

Chandrapur Ballarpur Mul Savali 4 Nagbhid Brhamapuri 2 Varora Bhadravati Chimur 3 Rajura Korpana Gondpimpri Pobhurna 4 13 Gadchiroli Charmoshi Mulchera 3 Aheri Sironcha 2 5 Wardha Selu Devali 3 Arwi

14558 5821 3006 1250 24635 300 275 575 39186 23968 26270 89424 24200 18500 19729 6394 68823 183457 400 6470 290 7160 2250 122 2372 9532 23350 25050 37650 86050 30250

1800 220 0 0 2020 0 0 0 12500 4800 310 17610 11200 18300 5 3 29508 49138 0 0 0 0 70 839 909 909 14500 8650 9800 32950 9040

16358 6041 3006 1250 26655 300 275 575 51686 28768 26580 107034 35400 36800 19734 6397 98331 232595 400 6470 290 7160 2320 961 3281 10441 37850 33700 47450 119000 39290

2 1 1 4

1

1

1

1

Nagbhid

Varora

Rajura

Total Dist Gadchir oli

4 Gadchiro li

0 6 4 3 13 4 5 2 1 12 29 1

0 1

0 1

1 1

1 1

1 3 1

1 3 1

1

1

1

Aheri

Total Dist. Wardha

2 Wardha

0 1 5 4 6 15 5

0 1 1 1 2 1

0 1 1 1 2 1 33

Arwi

Hingang hat

Karanja Ghadage Asthi 3 Hinganghat Samudrapur 2 8 Nagpur Kamathi Hingana Sawner 4 Ramtek Parshivani Mauda 3 Katol Narkhed Kalameshwar 3 Umred Bhivapur Kuhi 3 13

29362 20650 80262 37780 49800 87580 253892 17835 15200 20137 21800 74972 3956 13500 15829 33285 37260 32957 23050 93267 38464 28100 37390 103954 305478 2800 4950 7750 612 612 8362 760721

3120 3200 15360 11527 8900 20427 68737 3010 405 9983 10900 24298 1080 4200 0 5280 3170 4368 6530 14068 230 90 25 345 43991 0 0 0 0 0 0

32482 23850 95622 49307 58700 108007 322629 20845 15605 30120 32700 99270 5036 17700 15829 38565 40430 37325 29580 107335 38694 28190 37415 104299 349469 2800 4950 7750 612 612 8362

4 3 12 6 7 13 40 3 2 4 4 13 1 2 2 5 5 5 4 14 5 4 5 14 46 1 1 0 1 11 7 78 0

1 1

1 1

Total Dist. Nagpur

3 Nagpur

1 4 1

1 4 1

Ramtek

1 1

1 1

Katol

1 1

1 1

Umred

1 1

1 1

Total Dist. Bhandra

4

1 4 1 1 0 1 13

1 4 1 1 0 1 13

Nagpur Division Total Total

Total Dist. 5

Bhandara Bhandara Pavni 2 Sakoli Lakhandur 1 2 3 15 42

162775 923496

28

75

271

308957 5

310481 6194385 0

82

82

34

District wise summary of Pest Monitoring Team Name of Name of Subdivisi Taluk Area on a Soyabea Division District n

Area Cotton

Total of Soyabea n and Cotton

Nashik

Nashik Dhule Nandurba r Jalgaon Total 4 Pune Pune Ahmadna gar Solapur Total 3 Kolhapur Satara Sangali Kolhapur Total 3 Aurangab Aurangab ad ad Jalna Beed Total 3 Latur Latur Osmanaba d Parbhani Hingoli Nanded Total 5 Amravati Amravati Bulldana Akola Washim Yeotmal Total 5 Nagpur Chandrap ur Gadchirol i Wardha Nagpur Bhandara Total 5

4 1 2 3 10 3 4 3 10 4 3 3 10 3 2 3 8 2 2 1 1 3 9 3 3 2 1 4 13 4 2 3 4 2 15

14 4 6 15 39 8 11 8 27 10 10 11 31 9 8 11 28 10 8 9 5 16 48 14 13 7 6 16 56 13 5 8 13 3 42

40209 17980 28725 18232 105146 2400 57300 2600 62300 28901 54419 58685 142005 6200 38800 77800 122800 212900 25000 75000 129870 163200 605970 372706 236410 138160 229125 314232 1290633 183457 9532 253892 305478 8362 760721

25660 109879 56001 430727 622267 100 49100 100 49300 1129 2197 110 3436 250900 278400 201500 730800 2600 1800 211400 105700 259300 580800 113860 246845 169580 51345 373802 955432 49138 909 68737 43991 0 162775

65869 127859 84726 448959 727413 2500 106400 2700 111600 30030 56616 58795 145441 257100 317200 279300 853600 215500 26800 286400 235570 422500 1186770 486566 483255 307740 280470 688034 2246065 232595 10441 322629 349469 8362 923496

Scouts as per one Scouts / 8000 ha. & below 9 16 12 56 93 1 16 1 18 4 7 8 19 32 41 33 106 28 3 34 29 51 145 63 60 39 35 85 282 29 1 40 46 1 117

No.of Pest Monito rs

No. of Data Entry Oprato rs

1 2 1 6 10 1 2 1 4 1 1 1 3 3 4 3 10 3 1 3 3 5 15 6 6 4 3 8 27 3 1 4 4 1 13

1 2 1 6 10 1 2 1 4 1 1 1 3 3 4 3 10 3 1 3 3 5 15 6 6 4 3 8 27 3 1 4 4 1 13 35

Total

28

75

271

3089575

3104810

6194385

780

82

82

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