Project on Soil Health Card – Department of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare, Haryana

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Improving Soil Fertility Evaluation

Nomination

  • The issue surrounding the imbalanced use of fertilizers
  • No mechanism  to check for environmental degradation due to the excessive use of fertilizers
  • Requirement for the decrease in the cost of crop production
  • Need to increase people‚Äôs participation and awareness in improving soil condition

Achievements

  • Soil Health Card-based fertilizer application guided farmers in fertilizer application
  • Usage of Soil Health Card-based nitrogenous fertilizers reducing environmental degradation
  • Reduced crop production costs and designed a nutrient management system
  • Generated digital soil fertility maps and helped policymakers in determining nutrient requirements 

SKOCH Award Nominee

Category: Agriculture Growth – State Department
Sub-Category: secAgriculture Growth – State Department
Project: Project on Soil Health Card
Start Date: 2021-06-09
Organisation: Department of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare, Haryana
Respondent: Dr Devender Sihag, Joint Director Agriculture (Soil Testing)
https://agriharyana.gov.in/
Level: Executive Plus


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For more information, please contact:
Dr Devender Sihag, Joint Director Agriculture (Soil Testing) at jdasthry@gmail.com


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