AGRICULTURE & ANIMAL HUSBANDARY

Pashupalan
00:47:14:00 1986 GUB-92
Producer: NDDB, AMUL


Pashupalan Part-1 & 2
00:17:48:00 1986 GUB-93
00:19:13:00
Producer: NDDB, AMUL


Live Stock Farming - Part 1
00:17:57:00 1987 GUB-124
Producer : Himanshu Trivedi

  • This program deals with the characteristics of different kinds of goats, sheep, etc. and their usefulness in the Arid Zone of Rajasthan.

Live Stock Farming - Part 2
00:20:00:00 1987 GUB-125
Producer: Himanshu Trivedi

  • This deals with the problems of live stock farming and the probable solution using various breeds among sheep and goats.

Drip System
00:19:47:00 1988 GUB-196
Producer : Malti Mehta

  • One of the ways is the irrigation by drip system. Save the trees and thereby to save the farmers by putting the trees at a high productivity level is their motto. The program deals with the various aspects of the irrigation by the drip system. The fight of the farmers for saving their trees from dying in the drought creates a new history in the field of agriculture.

Irrigation Management
Action Programme Under
Mahi-Kandana Project

00:20:08:00 1988 GUB-232
Producer : Malti Mehta


Water Distribution by
Warabandhi System -
Experiences of Rawlapura
Distributory Block
00:19:13:00 1988 GUB-232
Producer : Malti Mehta

  • Equitable water distribution under canal systems is a key to overall productivity and social justice under public canal projects. The system encourages farmer participation, also at the management level.

Mohni Water Cooperative
Society – Under Ukai
Kakarapar Project
(Irrigation Management)
00:17:46:00 1989 GUB-264
Producer : Drashti

  • Mohni Water Co-operative Society in Surat district of Gujarat is one of the societies which collects water charges from the members and pays to government on volumetric basis. The Society has shown that it’s possible to bring together beneficiary farmers under one forum for irrigation management below outlets.

Field Channels
(Irrigation Management)
00:17:42:00 1989 GUB-277
Producer : Drashti

  • Field channels are small and relatively simple flow channels compared to those of the canal network. The program shows some of the important technical aspects of field channels.

Water Distribution by
Warrabandhi System:
Experiences of
Rawalpura Distributory
Block (Hindi)
00:19:13:00 1989 GUB-232
Producer: Malti Mehta



Mohini Water
Co-operative Society
Under Ukai Karapar
Project (Hindi)
00:17:46:00 1989 GUB-264

Poultry Farming
00:16:02:00 1990 GUB-305
Producer: Ashok Mewada

  • The program ‘Poultry farming’ introduces the zoological aspects of the Poultry farming. Detailed information of each poultry farm has been explained in the program. Different aspects of poultry management such as food, supply of water are also include in the programme.

Dantiwada Project –
Participatory Water
Management
00:19:38:00 1991 GUB-334
Producer: Malti Mehta

  • The programme talks about the success of participatory water management and equitable distribution of water over a large area under the Dantiwada Irrigation Project of Gujarat during the Rabi season of year 1990-91.

Operational Research
Project for
Reclamation of saline
And water logged Soils
00:17:04:00 1991 GUB-239
Producer: Malti Mehta

  • This program talks about a research project wherein an effort has been made to evolve a cost-effective soil reclamation technique.

A talk with
Prof. C.P. Malik
Part-I – Crop
Productivity Constraints
00:12:00:00 1993 GUB-612
Producer: Ashok Mewada

  • The program ‘A talk with Prof. C.P. Malik’ Part-1 tells about productivity in Indian agriculture. The increase in crop production was achieved through the use of pesticides, better water management.

A talk with
Prof. C.P. Malik
Part-II Crop
Productivity: Role of
Plant growth Regulators
00:12:12:00 1993 GUB-612
Producer: Ashok Mewada

  • Plant growth regulators is one of the 5 technologies. It also reduce plant height, fruit shattering and increase seeds and fruits per plant. These aspects are discussed in this programme by Prof. C.P. Malik.

Use of Water for
Agriculture
00:25:00:00 1994 GUB-441
Producer: Rajesh Jhaveri


Sugar Science Part-1
Micropropagation
In Sugarcane
00:25:00:00 1995 B/6/16
Producer: Malti Mehta

  • With the rapidly expanding sugar industry and somewhat stagnating yield levels during the 1970’s, it was felt that, there was an urgent need to increase cane productivity without further area expansion.

Sugar Science Part-2
Germ Plasm
00:25:27:00 1995 B/6/16
Producer: Malti Mehta

  • In this program, sugarcane germplasm, that is, sachrum-based grasses, are discussed. Developing new varieties, evaluating and identifying different clones and breeding are some of the programmes.

Sugar Science Part-3
Breeding Techniques-I
00:26:44:00 1995 B/6/17
Producer: Malti Mehta

  • Varietal evolution work is carried out at Sugarcane Breeding Institute, Coimbatore since 1912. In this programme all the steps of hybridization work are explained with demonstration.

Sugar Science Part-4
Breeding Techniques-II
00:17:17:00 1995 B/6/17
Producer: Malti Mehta

  • The Sugarcane Breeding Institute has also formulated a special Sugarcane Seed Production Programme and a National Hybridisation Garden, both of them are explained in this programme.

Sugar Science Part-5
Biofertilizers
00:16:06:00 1995 B/6/17
Producer: Malti Mehta


Sugar Science Part-6
Managing Diseases
And Pests
00:26:43:00 1995 B/6/17
Producer: Malti Mehta

  • There are over 217 species of insect pests attacking sugarcane. They are classified as regular and occasional pests. In this program, the diseases, pests and nematodes of sugarcane crop are explained in details.

Sugar Science Part-7
Sugarcane Breeding
Institute
00:25:44:00 1995 B/3/33
Producer: Malti Mehta

  • Sugarcane Breeding Institute at Coimbatore is one of the world renowed sugarcane Research Organisation founded in the year 1912. This program is a profile of the institute.

Coffee Science Series
Part-1
Agrotechniques in Coffee-I
00:21:00:00 1997 B-3/44
Producer: Malti Mehta

  • In this program, a few agrotechniques are described like Nursery, Field Planting, Soil management and weed control.

Coffee Science Series
Part-2
Agrotechniques in
Coffee-II
00:20:00:00 1997 B-3/135
Producer: Malti Mehta

  • Bush management by topping, debudding, pruning, handling and rejuvenation. Also irrigation and shade management are other important agrotechniques

Coffee Science Series
Part-3
Chemistry & Coffee
Nutrition
00:17:02:00 1997 B-3/136
Producer: Malti Mehta

  • In this programme, fertilizer requirement of coffee plant based on soil and leaf test is discussed. Standard fertilizer schedules, fertilizer application methods and curative measures for overcoming deficiency are described in details.

Coffee Science Series
Part-4
Coffee Biotechnology –
An Insight
00:16:21:00 1997 B-3/137
Producer: Malti Mehta

  • The conventional breeding has limitations for coffee improvement because of the genetic barrier of chromosom number. Biotechnological approaches help in overcoming these bottlenecks. Besides the tissue culture methods such as micropropagation, embryo rescue, anther culture, cell line and somaclonal selection, protoplast fusion and genetic transformation are also discussed in the programme.

Coffee Science Series
Part-5
Physiological Manipulation
For Higher Yield
00:21:16:00 1997 B-3/138
Producer: Malti Mehta

  • In this programme, use of growth regulators in increasing the fruitset and controlling the premature berry drop, physiological approaches of drought management are discussed.

Coffee Science Series
Part-6
Disease Management in
Coffee
00:16:00:00 1997 B-3/139
Producer: Malti Mehta

  • Disease control plays a major role in the management of coffee plantation. Coffee plant is susceptible to fungal diseases. Most of them can be controlled by timely application of fungicides. Programme was initiated by the Central Coffee Research Institute as early as its inception in 1946.

Coffee Science Series
Part-7
Pest Management
in Coffee
00:25:30:00 1997 B-3/140
Producer: Malti Mehta

  • As any cultivated crop, coffee is also subjected to an attack of various pests which cause economic loss by way of damaging the plant as well as the crop. Biology of these pests and the management practices are depicted in details in this programme.

Coffee Science Series
Part-8
Coffee Improvement
Past, Present &
Future
00:22:10:00 1997 B-3/141
Producer: Malti Mehta

  • Varieties developed at Central Coffee Research Institute now occupy over 90% of the total area in India. This programme gives chronological data on the same along with the propagation methods using seeds, single node mallet and terminal cuttings as well as wedge-cleft grafting.

Coffee Science Series
Part-9
Quality in Coffee-I
On Farm
00:23:50:00 1997 B-3/142
Producer: Malti Mehta

  • Coffee is a favourite beverage the world over. Now it is the time for Indian coffee to show its strength in quality capabilities – which refers to a summative index of raw, roast and liquor characteristics of coffee. Various steps involved for this are discussed in the programme.

Coffee Science Series
Part-10
Quality in Coffee-II
In Cury & Cuptasting
00:21:54:00 1997 B-3/143
Producer: Malti Mehta

  • Coffee processing is an art and science. Estate level processing ensures the moisture standards, the grading and garbling standards have to be strictly maintained by the curing works. All these are described in details in this programme.

Coffee Science Series
Part-11
Central Coffee Research
Institute – A Profile
00:30:26:00 1997 B-3/144
Producer: Malti Mehta

  • The pioneering success achieved at the Mysore Coffee Experiment Station in Coffee Research laid strong foundation to expand research activities further. This programme depicts the Institute’s profile and its contribution to coffee industry. Future strategies also are described.

Coffee Science Series
Part-12
Coffee in changing
Scenario – A Talk with
Mr. P. Chidambaram
00:14:57:00 1997 B-3/145
Producer: Malti Mehta

  • In the long history of coffee breeding in India, significant changes have occurred. This programme is an interaction with then Union Commerce Minister. He talks about price control, quality, high productivity, role of research and development and transfer of technology.
  • The use of fertilizers has revolutionized crop production system. Use of bio-fertilizers is one of the many measures suggested to fight pollution. In this program, the beneficial effects of bio-fertilizers (Azospirillum, Azotobacter, etc.) are discussed with examples.

Sustaining Rural India
00:10:45:00 2009 B/AHM/3/800
Producer: Ashok Mewada & Archana Patel