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All India Integrated Farming System Project, Research Directorate, M.P. K.Prof. Under the aegis of VID, Udaipur, a one-day farmer training program was organized on ‘Integrated Agricultural System’ for higher production and lower cost. Chief guest of the program Dr. S. Of. Tiwari, Director, Directorate of Integrated Farming System Research, Modipuram said in the inauguration of the program that in today’s time the Integrated Farming System project has great importance. He said that under the integrated farming system, farmers can reduce the cost of agriculture by utilizing their resources and get more production. Through integrated farming system, marginal and small farmers who have less land holding can increase their income and employment by planting fruits on paddy fields, fruit production and poultry farming. Farmers can increase the fertility and yield of crops along with fodder for animals by growing pulses and green fodder. Emphasizing on value addition, Dr. Tiwari said that instead of selling their produce directly, they can increase its price by adding value to it.
The special guest of the program was Dr. M.L. Jat, Global Research Director, in his address said that integrated farming system is a medium through which the cost of production can be reduced by adopting natural farming. By coordinating various components of agriculture, profit, employment and soil conditions can be improved and higher production can be achieved at lower cost. He told the farmers about various measures by which present farming can be improved.
Research Director Dr. Arvind Verma gave details of income and expenditure while throwing light on various models of integrated farming systems of Southern Rajasthan.

Project in-charge Dr. Hari Singh, while introducing the Indian Integrated Farming System Project, told the farmers in detail about the benefits and costs of the integrated farming system.
Dr. Ravikant Sharma, Assistant Director, conducted the program and addressed the program. On this occasion Dr. S. Of. Tiwari, Director, Research Directorate for Integrated Farming System, Modipuram, released two mini booklets – Method of making compost from limited resources for marginal farmers of tribal areas – Nedep Compost and Increase income through poultry farming in integrated farming system. During this time, junior research scholar A. who was associated with the project. S. Rathore, R. l. Badsara, M.L. Marmat N. S. Jhala and Gopal Nai were also present.

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