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Abstract
Journal of Applied and Natural Science 7 (2): 907-909 (2015)
Yield enhancement of chilli through integrated crop management in Kalaburagi district of Karnataka, India
Raju, G. Teggelli1*, Siddappa2, Zaheer Ahamad3 and Anand Naik4
1Department of Agricultural Entomology, Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Kalaburagi-585101 (Karnataka), INDIA
2Department of Horticulture, Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Kalaburagi-585101 (Karnataka), INDIA
3Department of Plant Pathology, Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Kalaburagi-585101 (Karnataka), INDIA
4Department of Soil Science and Agricultural Chemistry, Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Kalaburagi-585101 (Karnataka), INDIA
*Corresponding author. E-mail: raju.teggelli@gmail.com
Abstract : One of the major reasons of low productivity in chilli is the lack of technical knowledge of the farmers about judicious and timely implementation of the management strategies against the major biotic stresses (insect pests and diseases) which ultimately reduce its return. Considering the integrated crop management on need based plant protection in vegetables was conducted in farmer’s fields at different villages of the Kalaburagi district, under northern part of Karnataka, during the period from 2011-12 to 2013-14 show the productivity potential and profitability of improved technologies. The results showed that, on an average the highest yield achieved by adopting integrated crop management was 260.17 quintals ha-1, whereas the corresponding yield ranged under farmer’s practices was to 235.243 quintals ha-1 of green chillies. Adoption of integrated crop management will increase the yield 10.56% over farmer practices. The average technological gap, extension gap and technological index were noticed 139.83 quintals ha-1, 24.92 quintals ha-1 and 34.95 % respectively. The economics of data indicated that an average of Rs. 1,64,500 ha-1 was recorded net profit under recommended practices while it was Rs 129976.7 ha-1 under farmer practices. Cost benefit ratio was 3.07 under demonstration, while it was 2.35 under farmer practices. Practicing of integrated crop management with improved technologies will improve the farmer socio-economical level.

Keywords :Chilli, Economics, Extension gap, Technology gap, Technology index
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