▪️Bacteria leaf blight of rice caused by ?
- Xanthomonas oryzae
▫️The disease caused by Leptosphaeria sacchari in sugarcane is ?
- Ring spot
▪️Loose smut of wheat is ?
- Internally seed borne
▫️The Karnal bunt of wheat is caused by ?
- Neovossia indica
▪️Sugarcane rust is caused by ?
- Puccinia eriathi
▫️Leaf blight of wheat is caused by ?
- Alternaria trictinia
▪️Stem rot of rice is caused by ?
- Sclerotium oryzae
▫️Tungro disease of rice is spread by ?
- Nephotettix virescens
▪️Ufra disease of rice is caused by ?
▫️ Whip smut of sugarcane is caused by ?
- Ustilago sciteminae
▪️Red rot of sugarcane is caused by ?
- Collectorichum falcatum
▫️Sugarcane mosaic disease is transmitted by ?
- Rhopalosiphum maidis
▪️Disease also known as “Killer Disease of Wheat” is ?
- Black/ Stem rust
▫️Akiochi disease is due to ?
- Sulphur toxicity
White rust of crucifers is caused by ?
- Albugo candida
▪️Crop showing maximum resistance to nematode is ?
▫️Iris famine in 1845 ,was caused due to ?
- Phytophothora infestance
▪️Father of Indian Pathology is ?
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Agri Export Policy
Recently, the Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority (APEDA) along with State Government of Andhra Pradesh has dispatched the first shipment of high-quality bananas from Anantpur in Andhra Pradesh to Jawaharlal Nehru Port (JNPT) in Mumbai for exports to international markets.
The long-distance affects the viability of export shipments due to high transport costs and quality losses. Hence, this time efforts were made for reducing the transit time by using refrigerated rail containers (freight transport that is refrigerated for the transportation of temperature-sensitive cargo).
Agri Export Policy
Keeping in mind the significant Indian agriculture holds, Government of India introduced Agri Export Policy in 2018.
Double Exports: To double agricultural exports from the present $30 billion to $60 billion by 2022 and reach $100 billion in the next few years thereafter, with a stable trade policy regime.
Diversification: To diversify the export basket, and boost high value and value-added agricultural exports including focus on perishables.
Non-Traditional Agri Products Promotion: To promote novel, indigenous, organic, ethnic, traditional and non-traditional Agri products exports.
Market Access: To provide an institutional mechanism for pursuing market access, tackling barriers and deal with sanitary and phytosanitary issues.
Global Integration: To strive to double India’s share in world agri-exports by integrating with global value chain at the earliest.
Benefit Farmers: Enable farmers to get benefit of export opportunities in the overseas market.
Vision: Harness export potential of Indian agriculture, through suitable policy instruments, to make India a global power in agriculture and raise farmers income.
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Objectives of 'Dairy Entrepreneurship Development Scheme'
1.To promote setting up of new/modern dairy farms for clean milk production
2.To encourage rearing of heifer calf
3.To improve the quality & traditional technology to handle milk on commercial scale
4.To bring structural changes in the unorganized sector so that initial milk processing can be taken up at village level itself
5.To generate self-employment & provide infrastructure mainly for unorganized sector
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The 20th Livestock Census of India 2019 Highlights are as follows:
- The total Livestock population is 78 million in the country showing an increase of 4.6% over Livestock Census-2012
- Total Bovine population (Cattle, Buffalo, Mithun and Yak) is 79 Million in 2019 which shows an increase of about 1% over the previous census.
- The total number of cattle in the country in 2019 is 49 million showing an increase of 0.8 % over previous Census.
- The Female Cattle (Cows population) is 12 million, increased by 18.0% over the previous census (2012).
- The Exotic/Crossbred and Indigenous/Non-descript Cattle population in the country is 42 million and 142.11 million respectively.
- The Indigenous/Non-descript female cattle population has increased by 10% in 2019 as compared to previous census.
- The population of the total Exotic/Crossbred Cattle has increased by 9% in 2019 as compared to previous census.
- There is a decline of 6% in the total Indigenous/ Non-descript cattle population over the previous census. However, the pace of decline of Indigenous/ Non-descript cattle population during 2012-2019 is much lesser than as compared to the 2007-12 which was about 9%.
- The total buffaloes in the country is 85 million showing an increase of about 1.0% over previous Census.
- The total milch animals (in-milk and dry) in cows and buffaloes is 34 million, an increase of 6.0 % over the previous census.
- The total sheep in the country is 26 million in 2019, increased by 14.1% over previous Census.
- The Goat population in the country in 2019 is 88 million showing an increase of 10.1% over the previous census.
- The total Pigs in the country is 06 Million in the current Census, declined by 12.03% over the previous Census.
- The other livestock including mithun, yak, horses, ponies, mule, donkeys, camel together contribute around 23% of the total livestock and their total count is 1.24 million.
- The total poultry in the country is 81 million in 2019, registered an increase of 16.8% in the total poultry.
- The total birds in the backyard poultry in the country is 07 million. The backyard poultry has increased by around 46% as compared to previous Census.
- The total Commercial Poultry in the country is 74 million in 2019, increased by 4.5% over previous Census
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HOW TO STUDY ESI & AGRICULTURE RURAL DEVELOPMENT SECTION OF NABARD 2020 EXAM?
Topics or sources you must prepare:
1.Economic Survey 2018-19
3.Social Economic Census 2011 Highlights
5.Important bills GST ,National Agriculture Market
6.loan waiver ,bank merger ,demonetization,GST ,
7.Role of NABARD in rural banking ,development ,agriculture development ,financial inclusion ,digital literacy E-Shakti.
8.NCERTs chapters of Agriculture
9 .Basic of agriculture terminology like viticulture etc ,
Govt schemes for Agriculture NFSM, Organic farming ,diversification,Irrigation ,related to animal husbandry and rural specific with Deen Dayal etc .
10. Role of NABARD in rural finance ,as nodal agency , as development institution from NABARD site .
11.You should have a good Geographical knowledge of States and Soils present in the country.
12.Go through Kurukshetra and Yojana Magazines. Focus on the Agriculture part in these Magazines.
13.Go through the Reports provided by the Ministry of Agriculture, Ministry of Rural Development and NABARD on their Website.
14.Also, the report provided by the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change is important.
15.Cover the Agricultural Census provided by Ministry of Agriculture.
16.Press Releases by Agriculture and Rural Department.Cover State of Forest Report provided Bi-annually by Ministry of Environment,
17.Forest and Climate Change.Prepare Current Affairs (Minimum Past 5 Months), Stats and Economic Survey.
♨️♨️National Dairy Plan♨️♨️
National Dairy Plan PhaseI(NDPI) is a Central Sector Scheme being implemented by the National Dairy Development Board (NDDB) through
End Implementing Agencies (EIA) for a period
of 2011-12 to 2018-19.
NDP I is a scientifically planned multi-state initiative with the following Project Development Objectives:
♨️To help increase productivity of milch animals and thereby increase milk production to meet the rapidly growing demand for milk.
♨️To help provide rural milk producers with greater access to the organised milk processing sector.
♨️Under it, the efforts to increase milk production through increase in productivity would need to be supported by expanding the setting up of village based milk procurement systems to collect milk in a fair and transparent manner and ensure timely payments.
♨️NDP-I is being implemented in the 18 major milk producing States of Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Bihar, West Bengal, Maharashtra,Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana (after bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh), Orissa, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh, Uttarakhand and Kerala constituting 90% of the milk production, having 87 per cent of breedable cattle and buffalo population and 98 per cent of the fodder resources.