Adopted Village

2015-16, five villages viz Jetalvasana, Jetpur, Laxmipura, Vasda and Karanpura were adopted under MGMG Scheme during the year 2015-16. A brief details of the adopted villages are as :

 

Name of Villages

Jetalvasana

Jetpur

Laxmipura

Vasda

Karanpura

Taluka

Visnagar

Becharaji

Mehsana

Satlasana

Becharaji

Distance from KVK(km)

28

35

30

90

38

Major occupation

Agricultural and Animal husbandry

Agricultural and Animal husbandry

Agricultural and Animal husbandry

Agricultural and Animal husbandry

Agricultural and Animal husbandry

Number of households

723

72

210

97

95

Population

 

 

 

 

 

Total population - Persons

3,417

348

1206

537

450

Total population - Males

1,739

184

605

269

235

Total population - Females

1,678

164

601

268

215

Scheduled castes population - Persons

542

0

0

51

0

Scheduled castes population - Males

280

0

0

24

0

Scheduled castes population - Females

262

0

0

27

0

Type of Soil

Medium black,sandy loam

Sandy loam and Sandy

Sandy loam and Sandy

Sandyloam and Sandy

Sandyloam and Sandy

Village area (ha)

765

200

360

135

410

Total Cultivable land (ha)

674

165

165

80

370

Major crops

Castor, Bajra, sesamum, lemon, aonla, wheat,

Fennel, Mustard, fodder crops

Jowar, Bajra, Lucern, Wheat, Castor, Hy. Cotton, Guar, Sesamum and vegetable

Castor, Wheat, Bajra, Lucern, Guar, Jowar, Hy. Cotton , Sesamum and vegetable

Mustard, Cotton, Maise, Groundnut,Peralmillet, Wheat

Lime, Wheat, Castor,

Mustard,

Mung

Bajra, Jowar, Cotton

Agricultural problems

  • Low productivity of major crop
  • Acute shortage of irrigation water
  • Problematic soil
  • Improper used of pesticides
  • Awareness about pest and disease diagnosis
  • Injurious use of fertilizer
  • Poor ground water
  • Imbalanced diet observe in BPL family
  • Crop damage by wild animal
  • Unawareness about soil and water analysis
  • Lower prices of fields and horticulture farm products
  • Unavailability of quality FYM & manure.
  • Unawareness about improved technologies
  • Improper management of orchads.
  • Lower productivity of live stock