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For Wet  Nursery

For preparation of wet nursery bed, puddle the land thoroughly; apply 8-10q FYM, 12kg SSP and 2kg MOP in 10 cent nursery area during final land preparation

Before sowing, the seeds should be treated with Carbendazim@2g or Carboxin + Thiram@1.5g/kg of seed

To remove chaffy seeds, put the seeds in saline water prepared with 165g salt per litre of water, then wash it thoroughly and soak in water for 24 hours

Sow the sprouted seeds in line drawn 5cm apart in the nursery bed @ 20Kg/acre. Sprouted seeds can be also broadcasted @40-60g/m2

Successful entrepreneurs on Pisciculture

Mushroom cultivation: an emerging agro-enterprise for farm families

Establishment of a private fresh water prawn seed hatchery boosts up prawn culture activities & prawn production in the district

Two days residential farmers training on ‘Improved production technologies in rice’ was conducted at KVK, Bhadrak on 27th & 28th June 2018 sponsored by ATMA Balasore

Live show of webcast of Hon’ble Prime Minister’s interaction with farmers of the distict was on 20.06.2018 at KVK, Bhadrak
Live show of webcast of Krishi Unnati Mela was on 17.03.2018 at KVK, Bhadrak

  • KVK, Bhadrak received the Best KVK Award for Zone-V from the Hon’ble Prime Minister of India  


Krishi Vigyan Kendra Bhadrak

Bhadrak subdivision of the undivided Balasore district became a new district on 1st april'1993. vide Goverement in Revenue Department Notification No. DRC-44/93.14218/R dated 27th March 1993.

Bhadrak having a rich heritage and history derives its name as legend has it, from the Goddess Bhadrakali whose temple stands on the bank of the river Salandi. This district is bounded by Balasore district in the north, Jajpur district and river Baitarani is in the south, Keonjhar district is in the west and Bay of Bengal and Kendrapada district is in the east. The area of this district is 1721 sq. Km. With a population of 1332000 as per provisional figure of 2001 census. It is a level trac of allivial soil with a gradual slope eastwards to the Bay of Bengal. A number of deltaic rivers viz. Salandi, Baitarani, Kansabansa, Gamol, Mantei, Genguti, Kochila, Reba and Kapali pass through and around the District.

Situated at a distance of 159 kms. from Bhubaneswar. This district has contributed equally like the other older districts in cultural, economic, Social and Political fields. This district had also contributed a lot during the freedom struggle of our motherland. Aradi, Chandabali, Dhamanagar, Dhamara, Guamala Nuasasan, Arharpada(Bhadrakali) and Ishwarpur(Dappanaikani) etc are some of the places of tourist interest.

Recognition & Awards

State Krushak Samman award, Progressive farmer award felicitated on OUAT foundation day, State Level best Farmer award

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