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Internship Programe Under KVK Vaishali on Banana fibre and PRA in village Pananapur Dharampur, Hajipur, Vaishali Bihar

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Internship Programe Under KVK Vaishali on Banana fibre and PRA in village Pananapur Dharampur, Hajipur, Vaishali Bihar

  1. 1. PRESENTATION ON INTERNSHIP PROGRAM UNDER KVK VAISHALI DR. RAJENDRA PRASAD CENTRAL AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY School Of Agri Business & Rural Management Presented by: Atul Raj Roll No.: 2108202008
  2. 2. Total population- Male Female Children 3000 900 800 1300 Population Pananapur Village Panapur Dharampur is a small Village in Bidupur Block in Vaishali District of Bihar State, India. It comes under Panapur Dharampur Panchayath. It belongs to Tirhut Division . It is located 7 KM towards East from District head quarters Hajipur. The village is popular known for growing of Banana production. There is opportunity for banana fibre production from its inner bark which is waste material for this village to extract fibres
  3. 3. Banana CultivationinPananapurVillage • Banana is the second most important fruit crop in India after mango. • This village is fully depend in banana production • Banana plant not only gives the delicious fruit but it also Provides textile fiber, the banana fiber. • All varieties of banana plants have fibers in abundance. • These fibers are obtained after the fruit is harvested • This plant has long been a good source for high quality textiles. 4
  4. 4. USES AND APPLICATIONS OF BANANA FIBRE:
  5. 5. The banana tree has multiple uses. 1 2 3  The seedless fruits are obtained from it.  Raw banana fruit is used as a vegetable.  The ripe banana fruit is eaten.
  6. 6. 4 5 6  In India, the banana leaves are used to serve the food on the banana leaves.  The inner bark is used to extract fibres. These fibres are used to make mats, bags, bins etc.  The banana fibres are also blended with silk and polyester fibres. These blends create special effects in the fabric. It is also used to make paper.
  7. 7. BANANA FIBRE
  8. 8. INTRODUCTION • Banana fibre (Natural fibers) are renewable, non-abrasive, bio-degradable, possess • The banana fibers are waste product of banana cultivation, therefore without any additional cost these fibers can be obtained for industrial purposes. • This is good environmental friendly. 3
  9. 9. Sustainable model of waste to wealth management • FROM ONE STEM • Banana Fibre Yield = 25.30 kg (Wet) • Banana Juice = 10-15 litre • Banana Pulp = 15-20 kg • Banana Fibre Yield = 12-15 kg (Dry) ECONOMICS OF BANANA FIBRE EXTRACTION PARTICULARS COST RS (LAKHS) Name of product fibre Fixed Cost 2.0 Recurring cost 1.55 Total income 5.76 Net profit 2.21 2nd Year and over the years benefit would be more
  10. 10. CHARACTERISTIS Natural sorbent: Fabric from theses fibres lets you breathe well and will keep you cool on hot days. Soft, supple and shimmer: its not quite as soft as cotton or rayon. This fibres are a little more stiff and coarse than cotton or rayon. Its natural shimmer makes it look a lot like silk. Comfort: Banana fibre clothing is comfortable and not likely to trigger allergies. Biodegradable. Resistance: It is grease-proof, water-, fire- and heat-resistant. Durability: Banana fabric is made from the tough outer sheath, it is not as strong and durable as fabric like hemp, bamboo, or other natural fibre. Insulation: It is not particularly insulating. Spin ability and tensile strength: It is better than other organic fibres in terms of spin ability and tensile strength
  11. 11. PROPERTIES OF BANANAFIBER Banana fiber is similar to that of bamboo fiber, but its fineness and spin ability is better. The chemical composition of banana fiber is cellulose, hemicelluloses, and lignin. It is highly strong fiber. It has smaller elongation. It has got shiny appearance depending upon the extraction & spinning process. It is light weight. It absorbs as well as releases moisture very fast. It is bio- degradable and has no negative effect on environment and thus can be categorized as eco-friendly fiber. It can be spun through almost all the methods of spinning including ring spinning, open-end spinning, bast fiber spinning, and semi-worsted spinning among others. 6 Tenacity 29.98 g/denier Fitness 17.15 denier Moisture regain 13 per cent Elongation 6.54 Alco-ben extractives 1.70 per cent Total cellulose 81.8 per cent Alpha cellulose 61.5 per cent Residual Gum 41.9 per cent Lignin 15. per cent
  12. 12. CHEMICAL COMPOSITION CHART OF BANANA FIBRE: 50% 25% 14% 4% 2% 4% 1% Chart Title Cellulose Hemicellulose Liginin pectin Water soluble contets Fat & wax contents Ash contents
  13. 13. 7 COMPARISON WITH OTHER FIBRE PROPERTIES BANANA FIBRE JUTE PAPER HEMP SISAL Highest Tensile Strength Yes Extensibility Yes Water resistance Yes Softness Yes Yes Yes Fire resistance Yes Yes Yes Grease proof Yes
  14. 14. Machines Required Cutting Machine Extractor Combing Machine
  15. 15. STEP 1 STEP 2 STEP 3 STEP 4 STEP INVOLVED WASHING AND SUN DRYING FIBRE EXTRACTION FIBRE TO FIBRE SEPERATION PROCESS PEELING
  16. 16. BANANA FIBER PRODUCTION UNIT VIDEO • https://youtu.be/buptRJw3qSQ
  17. 17. EXTRACTION PROCESSING, YARN SPINNINGAND WEAVING
  18. 18. MATERIALS REQUIRED FOR MAKING FIBRE  Banana Fiber  Resin (Polyester, Can Be Used Many)  Hardener (Methyl Ethyl Ketone Peroxide, Many Others Can Be Used As Hardener)  Filler (Silicon Powder, Many Other Type Of Fillers Can Be Used) • ReleasingAgent Resin(60%) Hardener(10%) Filler(30%)
  19. 19. USES • Banana fiber • Used - Thread Cloth, Rope Handicraft Sanitary Pad etc. • Banana pulp • Uses - Vermicompost and Paper • Banana Tree Juice • Use - Fertilizer
  20. 20. BANANA FIBER PRODUCT 16
  21. 21. Meeting with Kaushlesh Kushwaha UPL Bihar Head (Seed department ) Visiting Taruwar agro industries pvt. Ltd. राष्ट्र ीय पोषण अभियान वृक्षारोपण काययक्रम National Nutrition Mission & Plantation Program
  22. 22. Visiting plant nursery Attending 21th Scientific Advisory Committee meeting Meeting with SHG Plantation program
  23. 23. Meeting with Someshwar IFFCO Bihar Head Visiting organic paddy field Meeting with progressive farmer Sanjeev kumar Visiting quail bird unit
  24. 24. PRA Social Map The Village Dharampur Is Located Near Highway. In The Center Of The Village, The Houses Of Villagers Are Located. There Are Common Well For Drinking Water In The Village. The Temple Of Goddess ‘ Mata’ Of Hemand Panthi Type Is Located At The Center Of The Village.
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  26. 26. SWOT • Banana production of on large scale. • Positive attitude towards vegetables crop. • Diversified Argo climatic situation. • Diversified farming system. • Greater participation in social activities. • Positive attitude towards dairy enterprise. • Adoption of improved technology. • Soil suitable for all type of crops.
  27. 27. Weakness • Unawareness about government policies. • Lack of scientific knowledge. • Lack of knowledge about scientific • feeding management to livestock. • Unskilled marketing. • Less important to expenditure incurred on labour and other inputs
  28. 28. Opportunity • Scope for high production of Banana. • Scope for increasing organic farming practices. • Scope for developing techniques. • Scope for increasing area under vegitable crops. • Scope for developing agro base enterprises, value addition. • Scope for enterprunrship development.
  29. 29. Threat • Uncertainty of rainfall • Discontinuity in electricity • Indiscriminate use of fertilizers leads to soil degradation.
  30. 30. Venn diagram:
  31. 31. Problem cause diagram for low yield in Banana:
  32. 32. Time line:- The major events remembered by the villagers was drawn with the help of key informants. Year Major events 1920 Bicycle 1950 Radio 1955 Motorcycle 1925 Gms panapur Primary School 1970 Chemical Fertilizer 2006 Electricity 1972 Drinking Water Well 1972,2003,2012,1998,2007 Famine 1975 Hand Pump 2001 Thresher 2005 Crossbreed Cow 1985 Television 2007 Drip irrigation 1956,1987 Earth Quake 1990 Massive Fire 1994 Tractor 2005 Telephone 1998 Bio-Gas 1998 Use of Improved seed 2000 Mobiles 2009 Pest Occurrence
  33. 33. Conclusion PRA Of The Villages • After conducting PRA I got to know a lot about the situation of Panapur Dharampur farmers. KVK is performing its activity well but still farmers are not aware of many reforms and subsidies provided by the government. With changing time, many farmers are leaving agriculture and shifting towards jobs and other business sector. • The main reason behind is people think farming is low profile job, they don’t get value in society people say “oo kisan h” “Kheti krta h” • Farmers are also quit farming they get low profit in farming because lack of knowledge, resources, growing population, decreasing land and abnormal climatic conditions. • Still there are farmers who are standing strong and are trying to improvise there their techniques and enhancing their productivity. • Despite all the problems, Happy to see some young generation who were interested in agriculture and were aiming to expand in the field of Agiculture.
  34. 34. BANANA CHARCHOL BANANA PACKING
  35. 35. BANANA FIBER EXTERATION UNIT VISIT
  36. 36. REFERENCE  https://www.researchgate.net/publication/327097579_Problems_and_Constraints_in_Banana_Cultivation_A_ Case_Study_in_Bhagalpur_District_of_Bihar_India  https://fashionunited.uk/news/fashion/sustainable-textile-innovations-banana-fibres/2017082825623  https://vikaspedia.in/agriculture/crop-production/integrated-pest-managment/ipm-for-fruit-crops/ipm- strategies-for-banana/pests  https://vaishali.nic.in/about-district/  https://vaishali.kvk4.in/  https://www.accuweather.com/en/in/panapur-dharampur/3220885/weather-forecast/3220885
  37. 37. THANK YOU

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