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Training on SHC, SHM schemes in Mkg, Kma

Training on SHC, SHM schemes in Mkg, Kma
Officials and participants of the training in Mokokchung.
DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 9/22/2021 1:47:27 PM IST

Department of Soil and Water Conservation (S&WC) Mokokchung and Kohima held separate trainings on Soil Health Card (SHC) and Soil Health Management (SHM) schemes under National Mission on Sustainable Agriculture (NMSA)- SHC 2020-21.

Mokokchung: One day farmer’s training was held on September 21 at the Conference Hall of DSCO Mokokchung attended by 19 villages under Opgpangkong north and south blocks.

 A press release by S&WC department Mokokchung stated that in his speech, DSCO Mokokchung, Ruokuosietuo Dzuvichu highlighted the innovative programme of the Government of India on SHC and SHM schemes and apprised the farmers to seriously give importance on soil fertility and its management while taking up any agricultural activities.

 He also informed the farmers that 2092 soil samples covering nine model villages in the district has already been tested and uploaded for obtaining SHC through which, an individual farmer would be able to know the fertility status of his agricultural farm.

Dzuvichu asked farmers to come forward for any technical assistance that may be required while referring the SHC. 

During the technical session, ACTO (horticulture), KVK, Mokokchung, Renbemo Ngullie spoke on “enrichment of soil fertility through the use of green manures and bio- fertilizers” while ACTO (agronomy), KVK, Mokokchung, Samuel Sangtam spoke on “different types of compost making and its uses”.

During the field demonstration, junior soil conservation officer, Mokokchung, Toshinenla Pongen taught the farmers on soil sample collection, use of GPS in sample collection and activities to be performed in the demonstration plots with the use of vermin-compost.

Kohima: One day training on awareness adoption of soil health card under soil health card scheme, NMSA was held on September 18 at Jakhama Block covering Mima, Jakhama and Kigwema Villages by the District Soil Conservation Office, Kohima in collaboration with KVK, Kohima.

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