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KATHUA: Krishi Vigyan Kendra- Kathua on Monday started 15 days certificate course on Integrated Nutrient Management (INM) for Input dealers under the leadership of Prof. J.P. Sharma, Vice-chancellor SKUAST-J and under the aegis of Directorate of Extension, SKUAST-Jammu. The main objective of this programme was to acquaint fertilizer dealers about integrated nutrient management and enable them to renew their license for fertilizer dealership. The total number of 15 participants joined this course.At the outset, Dr. Vishal Mahajan, Sr. Scientist & Head, KVK-Kathua welcomed the Chief Guest, Guest of Honor and the participants of certificate course. He briefed about the KVK mandates and activities to participants.The programme was led by Dr. Vishal Sharma, Scientist- Agronomy, Co-ordinator of this certificate course with the brief introduction of INM. He briefed the participants about this course and gave a preface of training programme to be conducted for 15 days. He explained the basic motto of this programme and introduced the participants.Ranjeet Singh, Deputy Commissioner, State Taxes Enforcement,. Kathua (HQ Lakhanpur) graced this programme as Chief Guest. He hoped that this course on INM fulfill the needs of participants and will have fruitful outcomes which will go a long way in enhancing the knowledge of participants on integrated nutrient management.Rakesh Kumar Vaid, Assistant Commissioner State Taxes Kathua was the Guest of Honour of this programme. He discussed about the potential of nutrient management in boosting the income and quality of the crops.Vijay Upadhaya, Chief Agricultural officer, Kathua also adorned this function as Guest of Honour. He gave a complete package of INM and other departmental schemes to participants He emphasized on the nutritional quality production for harnessing maximum benefits from yield of crops.Dr. Anamika Jamwal, Scientist (Plant Protection) in his address informed the participants about the benefits of biofertilizers and biopesticides. She emphasized on integration of organics and chemicals for getting more remunerations and from health view point. She also quoted some examples of self help groups involved in mushroom production in district Kathua.Dr. Berjesh Ajrawat, Scientist (Agril. Extension) emphasised on adoption of new technologies to increase the agriculture production and doubling of farmer income. He also extend vote of thanks. Others participated in the programme were Dr. Ashu Sharma, Dr. Ajay Kumar, Bharat Bushan, Vijay Kumar, Pankaj Mehra and Sahil Sharma.
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