Custodian Farmers

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Custodain farmers of district Lucknow
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Kamla Devi, from Village Gopramau, District Lucknow, is a known mango orchardist. Kamla Devi has approximate 2.25 hectare area of mango orchard with in average age of about 25 years. Several commercial varieties have been planted by Kamla Devi in his orchard for different purposes. On the other hand 25 non-commercial varieties have been planted by her. She collected different mango varieties from local nurseries . She is serving society by sharing varieties to the surrounding areas. She is earning about Rs 30000 from non-commercial varieties. She requires need of irrigation facilities to conserve her green wealth and ultimately to maintain & enhance her source of income. She is very much interested in maintaining her orchard in future. She is growing numbers of varieties in her orchard out of which Surkhi, Desi Deshehari, Beshani Gola, Desi Lucknowa, Kalua and Khubsoorat Lamboi are the important varieties. She is well aware about the conservation of the existing varieties for source of income and availability of different varieties for next generation . She is very hopeful for the future of her orchard, as the next generation will take interest in the conservation of existing varieties and also to bring more important variety in her orchard. Details

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Mahadin, from Village Sarsanda, District Lucknow, is a known mango orchardist. Mahadin has approximate 0.375 hectare area of mango orchard with in average age of about 30 years. 3 commercial varieties have been planted by Mahadin in his orchard for different purposes. On the other hand 35 non-commercial varieties have been planted by his. He collected different mango varieties from Malihabad . He is serving society by sharing varieties to the surrounding areas. He is earning about Rs 20000 from non-commercial varieties. He requires need of irrigation, fertilizers and chemicals for better production to conserve his green wealth and ultimately to maintain & enhance his source of income. He is very much interested in maintaining his orchard in future. He is growing numbers of varieties in his orchard out of which Tukmi Chausa, Desi Gola, Lamboi, Tuhuru and Surkhi are the important varieties. He is well aware about the conservation of the existing varieties for income source and self use for generations . He is very hopeful for the future of his orchard, as the next generation will take interest in the conservation of existing varieties and also to bring more important variety in his orchard. Details

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Moin Ashraf, planted numbers of mango varieties in Kasmandi Kalan village of Lucknow, in Uttar Pradesh,. his mango orchard is about 35 years old and extended up to about 1.25 hectare areas. To solve different purposes, Moin Ashraf planted 4 commercial varieties in his orchard. To increase his source of income and also because of self-interest different mango varieties have been collected by his from Malihabad . He is not sharing his varieties to other farmers of the surrounding areas. The non-commercial varieties of the orchard generate a revenue of Rs 15000. To maintain & enhance his aggregated source of income as well as to conserve his tree diversity, information on management of diseases and pest. He is very much interested in maintaining his orchard. He is well aware about the conservation of the existing varieties for long term good return during mango season. He is expecting that the younger generation will be concerned with the conservation of existing varieties and enrichment of varietal diversity by bringing some other useful variety in his orchard. Thus he is very hopeful for the future of his orchard. Details

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Monish Ahemad, planted numbers of mango varieties in Kasmandi Kalan village of Lucknow, in Uttar Pradesh,. his mango orchard is about 30 years old and extended up to about 1.5 hectare areas. To solve different purposes, Monish Ahemad planted 3 commercial varieties in his orchard. To increase his source of income and also because of self-interest different mango varieties have been collected by his from Malihabad . By sharing all his varieties to the needy peoples of surrounding areas, he is also doing the social service. The non-commercial varieties of the orchard generate a revenue of Rs 10000. To maintain & enhance his aggregated source of income as well as to conserve his tree diversity, information on mango storage and management of diseases/pest. He is very much interested in maintaining his orchard. He is well aware about the conservation of the existing varieties for fetches good price during mango season. He is expecting that the younger generation will be concerned with the conservation of existing varieties and enrichment of varietal diversity by bringing some other useful variety in his orchard. Thus he is very hopeful for the future of his orchard. Details

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Muneshwar, a mango grower belongs to Gopramau, District Lucknow, (Uttar Pradesh,). Average age of mango orchard is around 35 years that covers an area of 0.75 hectare. 5 commercial varieties are present in his orchard. He is maintaining 20 non commercial varieties in his orchard. Dudhiya Gola, Lamboi Gola, Kala Gola and Tuhuru are the important mango varieties of Muneshwar. source of incomeuse are the major motivational factors towards mango cultivation for Muneshwar. He collected planting materials for the orchard from Malihabad . He shares his mango varieties with others. He earns approximately Rs 15000 from non commercial varieties. He needs irrigation facilities as conservation support for his mango orchard. According to Muneshwar, the importance for the conservation of mango orchard is good source of income and self use. Muneshwar expects that his next generation will take interest in conservation of existing varieties and collection of new mango varieties. Details

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Narendra Shukla, a mango grower belongs to Gopramau, District Lucknow, (Uttar Pradesh,). Average age of mango orchard is around 40 years that covers an area of 2.25 hectare. He is maintaining 40 non commercial varieties in his orchard. Pila Gola, Lamba Gola, Gola Surkha, Achar Wala and Lamboi are the important mango varieties of Narendra Shukla. good source of income, self use, distribution among relatives and friends, social prestigeuse are the major motivational factors towards mango cultivation for Narendra Shukla. He collected planting materials for the orchard from Malihabad . He shares his mango varieties with others. He earns approximately Rs 30000 from non commercial varieties. He needs irrigation facilities as conservation support for his mango orchard. According to Narendra Shukla, the importance for the conservation of mango orchard is good source of income and self use. Narendra Shukla expects that his next generation will take interest in conservation of existing varieties and collection of new mango varieties. Details

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Ram Asre Sharma , from Village Kasmandi Kalan, District Lucknow, is a known mango orchardist. Ram Asre Sharma has approximate 1 hectare area of mango orchard with in average age of about 41 years. 3 commercial varieties have been planted by Ram Asre Sharma in his orchard for different purposes. On the other hand 22 non-commercial varieties have been planted by his. He collected different mango varieties from Malihabad. He is serving society by sharing varieties to the surrounding areas. He is earning about Rs 20000 from non-commercial varieties. He requires training on orcahrd management and disease/pest management to conserve his green wealth and ultimately to maintain & enhance his source of income. He is very much interested in maintaining his orchard in future. He is growing numbers of varieties in his orchard out of which Fakira, Mohan Bhog, Rangeen Gola and Jard Amin are the important varieties. He is well aware about the conservation of the existing varieties for source of income for next generation. He is very hopeful for the future of his orchard, as the next generation will take interest in the conservation of existing varieties and also to bring more important variety in his orchard. Details

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Sunil Kumar, from Village Sarsanda, District Lucknow, is a known mango orchardist. Sunil Kumar has approximate 0.75 hectare area of mango orchard with in average age of about 35 years. 3 commercial varieties have been planted by Sunil Kumar in his orchard for different purposes. On the other hand 18 non-commercial varieties have been planted by his. He collected different mango varieties from Malihabad . He is serving society by sharing varieties to the surrounding areas. He is earning about Rs 12000 from non-commercial varieties. He requires good facility of irrigation, training on orchard managemenr to conserve his green wealth and ultimately to maintain & enhance his source of income. He is very much interested in maintaining his orchard in future. He is growing numbers of varieties in his orchard out of which Tukmi, Lamboi Gola, Chunha Dudhiya, Safeda and Lamboi Safeda are the important varieties. He is well aware about the conservation of the existing varieties for source of income. He is very hopeful for the future of his orchard, as the next generation will take interest in the conservation of existing varieties and also to bring more important variety in his orchard. Details

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Parmeshar Sharma , planted numbers of mango varieties in Kasmandi Kalan village of Lucknow, in Uttar Pradesh,. his mango orchard is about 30 years old and extended up to about 1 hectare areas. To solve different purposes, Parmeshar Sharma planted 4 commercial varieties in his orchard. To increase his source of income and also because of self-interest different mango varieties have been collected by his from Malihabad. He is not sharing his varieties to other farmers of the surrounding areas. The non-commercial varieties of the orchard generate a revenue of Rs 25000. To maintain & enhance his aggregated source of income as well as to conserve his tree diversity, irrgation facility, training on pruning and other orchard management practices. He is very much interested in maintaining his orchard. He is well aware about the conservation of the existing varieties for source of income for next generation. He is expecting that the younger generation will be concerned with the conservation of existing varieties and enrichment of varietal diversity by bringing some other useful variety in his orchard. Thus he is very hopeful for the future of his orchard. Details

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Ram Swaroop, a mango grower belongs to Sarsanda, District Lucknow, (Uttar Pradesh,). Average age of mango orchard is around 31 years that covers an area of 1.5 hectare. 3 commercial varieties are present in his orchard. He is maintaining 15 non commercial varieties in his orchard. Gola, Sindhuri Gola, Lamboi, Kalia Gola and Achar Gola are the important mango varieties of Ram Swaroop. source of income, self use, mango growing area, love for mangos, distribution among neighbours and relativesuse are the major motivational factors towards mango cultivation for Ram Swaroop. He collected planting materials for the orchard from Malihabad. He shares his mango varieties with others. He earns approximately Rs 15000 from non commercial varieties. He needs irrigation facilities as conservation support for his mango orchard. According to Ram Swaroop, the importance for the conservation of mango orchard is better and long term return . Ram Swaroop expects that his next generation will take interest in conservation of existing varieties and collection of new mango varieties. Details

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Vidyawati, from Village Gopramau, District Lucknow, is a known mango orchardist. Vidyawati has approximate 1.25 hectare area of mango orchard with in average age of about 25 years. Several commercial varieties have been planted by Vidyawati in his orchard for different purposes. On the other hand 15 non-commercial varieties have been planted by her. She collected different mango varieties from Malihabad. She is serving society by sharing varieties to the surrounding areas. She is earning about Rs 10000 from non-commercial varieties. She requires irrigation for orchard to conserve her green wealth and ultimately to maintain & enhance her source of income. She is very much interested in maintaining her orchard in future. She is growing numbers of varieties in her orchard out of which Bhagwanta, Benjir Nayab, Desi Chausa, Beeju Totapuri and Mohan Bhog are the important varieties. She is well aware about the conservation of the existing varieties for good income during mango season, self use . She is very hopeful for the future of her orchard, as the next generation will take interest in the conservation of existing varieties and also to bring more important variety in her orchard. Details

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Ram Naresh , from Village Sarsanda, District Lucknow, is a known mango orchardist. Ram Naresh has approximate 1 hectare area of mango orchard with in average age of about 20 years. Several commercial varieties have been planted by Ram Naresh in his orchard for different purposes. On the other hand 16 non-commercial varieties have been planted by his. He collected different mango varieties from Malihabad . Heis not sharing his varieties to other farmers of the surrounding areas. He is earning about Rs 10000 from non-commercial varieties. He requires irrigation facility to conserve his green wealth and ultimately to maintain & enhance his source of income. He is very much interested in maintaining his orchard in future. He is growing numbers of varieties in his orchard out of which Desi Lucknowa, Desi Deshehari, Rasbhari, Batasaha, Tuhuru and Lamboi are the important varieties. He is well aware about the conservation of the existing varieties for source of income. He is very hopeful for the future of his orchard, as the next generation will take interest in the conservation of existing varieties and also to bring more important variety in his orchard. Details

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Nattha, planted numbers of mango varieties in Sarsanda village of Lucknow, in Uttar Pradesh,. his mango orchard is about 40 years old and extended up to about 4 hectare areas. To solve different purposes, Nattha planted 2 commercial varieties in his orchard. To increase his source of income and also because of self-interest different mango varieties have been collected by his from Malihabad . By sharing all his varieties to the needy peoples of surrounding areas, he is also doing the social service. The non-commercial varieties of the orchard generate a revenue of Rs 20000. To maintain & enhance his aggregated source of income as well as to conserve his tree diversity, knowledge on insect and disease management, orchard management, proper facility of irrigation. He is very much interested in maintaining his orchard. He is well aware about the conservation of the existing varieties for source of income. He is expecting that the younger generation will be concerned with the conservation of existing varieties and enrichment of varietal diversity by bringing some other useful variety in his orchard. Thus he is very hopeful for the future of his orchard. Details

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Ajajul Hasan, a mango grower belongs to Kasmandi Kalan, District Lucknow, (Uttar Pradesh,). Average age of mango orchard is around 65 years that covers an area of 1.25 hectare. He is maintaining 12 non commercial varieties in his orchard. Rataul, Bambaia, Nayab and Rangeen Gola are the important mango varieties of Ajajul Hasan. source of income, self useuse are the major motivational factors towards mango cultivation for Ajajul Hasan. He collected planting materials for the orchard from Malihabad . He shares his mango varieties with others. He earns approximately Rs 10000 from non commercial varieties. He needs irrigation facilities as conservation support for his mango orchard. According to Ajajul Hasan, the importance for the conservation of mango orchard is source of income. Ajajul Hasan expects that his next generation will take interest in conservation of existing varieties and collection of new mango varieties. Details

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Jagdish Yadav, planted numbers of mango varieties in Gopramau village of Lucknow, in Uttar Pradesh,. his mango orchard is about 30 years old and extended up to about 1.875 hectare areas. To solve different purposes, Jagdish Yadav planted several commercial varieties in his orchard. To increase his source of income and also because of self-interest different mango varieties have been collected by his from Malihabad . By sharing all his varieties to the needy peoples of surrounding areas, he is also doing the social service. The non-commercial varieties of the orchard generate a revenue of Rs 25000. To maintain & enhance his aggregated source of income as well as to conserve his tree diversity, orchard management training, irrigation facility. He is very much interested in maintaining his orchard. He is well aware about the conservation of the existing varieties for source of income. He is expecting that the younger generation will be concerned with the conservation of existing varieties and enrichment of varietal diversity by bringing some other useful variety in his orchard. Thus he is very hopeful for the future of his orchard. Details

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Mahesh Kumar , planted numbers of mango varieties in Mohammed Nagar Talukedari village of Lucknow, in Uttar Pradesh,. his mango orchard is about 30 years old and extended up to about 0.5 hectare areas. To solve different purposes, Mahesh Kumar planted several commercial varieties in his orchard. To increase his source of income and also because of self-interest different mango varieties have been collected by his from Malihabad . He is not sharing his varieties to other farmers of the surrounding areas. The non-commercial varieties of the orchard generate a revenue of Rs 7000. To maintain & enhance his aggregated source of income as well as to conserve his tree diversity, need of irrigation facility. He is very much interested in maintaining his orchard. He is well aware about the conservation of the existing varieties for source of income. He is expecting that the younger generation will be concerned with the conservation of existing varieties and enrichment of varietal diversity by bringing some other useful variety in his orchard. Thus he is very hopeful for the future of his orchard. Details

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Molahe , a mango grower belongs to Mohammed Nagar Talukedari, District Lucknow, (Uttar Pradesh,). Average age of mango orchard is around 30 years that covers an area of 0.75 hectare. He is maintaining 13 non commercial varieties in his orchard. Lamboi, Desi Gola, Desi, Baudi and Achar Wala are the important mango varieties of Molahe . source of income, self useuse are the major motivational factors towards mango cultivation for Molahe . He collected planting materials for the orchard from Malihabad . He shares his mango varieties with others. He earns approximately Rs 4000 from non commercial varieties. He needs irrigation facilities as conservation support for his mango orchard. According to Molahe , the importance for the conservation of mango orchard is source of income. Molahe expects that his next generation will take interest in conservation of existing varieties and collection of new mango varieties. Details

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Ram Kishor , a mango grower belongs to Mohammed Nagar Talukedari, District Lucknow, (Uttar Pradesh,). Average age of mango orchard is around 25-60 years that covers an area of 0.625 hectare. He is maintaining 8 non commercial varieties in his orchard. Safeda Amin, Gola Chunha, Lamboi, safeda and Tuhuru are the important mango varieties of Ram Kishor . source of income, self useuse are the major motivational factors towards mango cultivation for Ram Kishor . He collected planting materials for the orchard from Malihabad . He shares his mango varieties with others. He earns approximately Rs 5000 from non commercial varieties. He needs irrigation facilities as conservation support for his mango orchard. According to Ram Kishor , the importance for the conservation of mango orchard is source of income. Ram Kishor expects that his next generation will take interest in conservation of existing varieties and collection of new mango varieties. Details

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Amrit Lal, from Village Mohammed Nagar Talukedari, District Lucknow, is a known mango orchardist. Amrit Lal has approximate 0.75 hectare area of mango orchard with in average age of about 50 years. 10 commercial varieties have been planted by Amrit Lal in his orchard for different purposes. On the other hand several non-commercial varieties have also been planted by his. He collected different mango varieties from Malihabad . He is serving society by sharing varieties to the surrounding areas. He is earning about Rs 10000 from non-commercial varieties. He requires orchard management training, irrigation facility to conserve his green wealth and ultimately to maintain & enhance his source of income. He is very much interested in maintaining his orchard in future. He is growing numbers of varieties in his orchard out of which Desi Safeda, Safeda, Desi Gola, Mohan Bhog and Lamboi are the important varieties. He is well aware about the conservation of the existing varieties for source of income. He is very hopeful for the future of his orchard, as the next generation will take interest in the conservation of existing varieties and also to bring more important variety in his orchard. Details

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Bhai Lal , a mango grower belongs to Mohammed Nagar Talukedari, District Lucknow, (Uttar Pradesh,). Average age of mango orchard is around 30 years that covers an area of 1.5 hectare. He is maintaining 8 non commercial varieties in his orchard. Sheetal Gola, Lamboi and Dudhiya Gola are the important mango varieties of Bhai Lal . source of income, self useuse are the major motivational factors towards mango cultivation for Bhai Lal . He collected planting materials for the orchard from Malihabad . He shares his mango varieties with others. He earns approximately Rs 10000 from non commercial varieties. He needs irrigation facilities as conservation support for his mango orchard. According to Bhai Lal , the importance for the conservation of mango orchard is source of income. Bhai Lal expects that his next generation will take interest in conservation of existing varieties and collection of new mango varieties. Details

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Chhote Lal Kashyap, planted numbers of mango varieties in Gopramau village of Lucknow, in Uttar Pradesh,. his mango orchard is about 40 years old and extended up to about 2 hectare areas. To solve different purposes, Chhote Lal Kashyap planted 3 commercial varieties in his orchard. To increase his source of income and also because of self-interest different mango varieties have been collected by his from Malihabad . By sharing all his varieties to the needy peoples of surrounding areas, he is also doing the social service. The non-commercial varieties of the orchard generate a revenue of Rs 50000-100000. To maintain & enhance his aggregated source of income as well as to conserve his tree diversity, expects a tube well in his orchard and financial help to maintain diversity. He is very much interested in maintaining his orchard. He is well aware about the conservation of the existing varieties for diversity of mango in orcahrd, source of income, social prestige. He is expecting that the younger generation will be concerned with the conservation of existing varieties and enrichment of varietal diversity by bringing some other useful variety in his orchard. Thus he is very hopeful for the future of his orchard. Details

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Maiku Lal, a mango grower belongs to Sarsanda, District Lucknow, (Uttar Pradesh,). Average age of mango orchard is around 35 years that covers an area of 3 hectare. 2 commercial varieties are present in his orchard. He is maintaining 40 non commercial varieties in his orchard. Tukmi Chausa, Desi Taimuriya, Tukmi Surkhi and Lamboi Safeda are the important mango varieties of Maiku Lal. to develop orchard based on seedlings or some lesser-known varieties, as the best option for sandy soils with limited irrigation facility. the cultivation of diverse mango varieties (both seedling and commercial types) provides income to his family and an orchard with seedlings or lesser-known varieties is also profitable due to its lower establishment and maintenance. use are the major motivational factors towards mango cultivation for Maiku Lal. He collected planting materials for the orchard from Malihabad . He shares his mango varieties with others. He needs irrigation facilities as conservation support for his mango orchard. According to Maiku Lal, the importance for the conservation of mango orchard is maintaining several mango varieties is not only a good source income and self use but also conserve the mango diversity.. Maiku Lal expects that his next generation will take interest in conservation of existing varieties and collection of new mango varieties. Details

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Nawab Hasan, planted numbers of mango varieties in Kasmandi Kalan village of Lucknow, in Uttar Pradesh,. his mango orchard is about 50-100 years old and extended up to about 1.5 hectare areas. To solve different purposes, Nawab Hasan planted several commercial varieties in his orchard. To increase his source of income and also because of self-interest different mango varieties have been collected by his from Malihabad, Shahbad and Sandila. He is not sharing his varieties to other farmers of the surrounding areas. To maintain & enhance his aggregated source of income as well as to conserve his tree diversity, assistance in the collective marketing of different varieties is required, especially for smaller farmers. He is very much interested in maintaining his orchard. He is well aware about the conservation of the existing varieties for as a source of heritage for different varieties. . He is expecting that the younger generation will be concerned with the conservation of existing varieties and enrichment of varietal diversity by bringing some other useful variety in his orchard. Thus he is very hopeful for the future of his orchard. Details

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Upendra Kumar Singh, planted numbers of mango varieties in Nabipanah, Nadan Mahal Road village of Lucknow, in Uttar Pradesh,. his mango orchard is about 35 Year old and extended up to about 22 bigha areas. To solve different purposes, Upendra Kumar Singh planted 4 commercial varieties in his orchard. To increase his source of income and also because of self-interest different mango varieties have been collected by his from Malihabad-Lucknow. By sharing all his varieties to the needy peoples of surrounding areas, he is also doing the social service. To maintain & enhance his aggregated source of income as well as to conserve his tree diversity, knowledge on orchard management techniques. He is very much interested in maintaining his orchard. He is well aware about the conservation of the existing varieties for conservation of different varieties and source of income. He is expecting that the younger generation will be concerned with the conservation of existing varieties and enrichment of varietal diversity by bringing some other useful variety in his orchard. Thus he is very hopeful for the future of his orchard. Details

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Abdul Samad, a mango grower belongs to Malihabad, District Lucknow, (Uttar Pradesh,). Average age of mango orchard is around 45-75 Year that covers an area of 15 bigha. 6 commercial varieties are present in his orchard. He is maintaining 12 non commercial varieties in his orchard. Dashehari, Langra, Chausa and Lucknow Safeda are the important mango varieties of Abdul Samad. collection of varieties, to conserve old orchard, love for mango, self interest, increase number of m use are the major motivational factors towards mango cultivation for Abdul Samad. He collected planting materials for the orchard from Malihabad-Lucknow. He shares his mango varieties with others. He needs irrigation facilities as conservation support for his mango orchard. According to Abdul Samad, the importance for the conservation of mango orchard is conservation and multiplication of different varieties. Abdul Samad expects that his next generation will take interest in conservation of existing varieties and collection of new mango varieties. Details

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Sadab Ali, planted numbers of mango varieties in Malihabad village of Lucknow, in Uttar Pradesh,. his mango orchard is about 25 Year old and extended up to about 30 bigha areas. To solve different purposes, Sadab Ali planted 15 commercial varieties in his orchard. To increase his source of income and also because of self-interest different mango varieties have been collected by his from Malihabad. By sharing all his varieties to the needy peoples of surrounding areas, he is also doing the social service. To maintain & enhance his aggregated source of income as well as to conserve his tree diversity, training on orchard management. He is very much interested in maintaining his orchard. He is well aware about the conservation of the existing varieties for availability of different varieties for futureand good source of income. He is expecting that the younger generation will be concerned with the conservation of existing varieties and enrichment of varietal diversity by bringing some other useful variety in his orchard. Thus he is very hopeful for the future of his orchard. Details

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S. C. Shukla, planted numbers of mango varieties in Narauna village of Lucknow, in Uttar Pradesh,. his mango orchard is about 3-50 Year old and extended up to about 25 hectare areas. To solve different purposes, S. C. Shukla planted 20 commercial varieties in his orchard. To increase his source of income and also because of self-interest different mango varieties have been collected by his from ICAR-CISH, ICAR, other orchards. By sharing all his varieties to the needy peoples of surrounding areas, he is also doing the social service. The non-commercial varieties of the orchard generate a revenue of Rs 1100000. To maintain & enhance his aggregated source of income as well as to conserve his tree diversity, to support others towards mango orchard. He is very much interested in maintaining his orchard. He is well aware about the conservation of the existing varieties for protect extinct varieties due to urbanization. He is expecting that the younger generation will be concerned with the conservation of existing varieties and enrichment of varietal diversity by bringing some other useful variety in his orchard. Thus he is very hopeful for the future of his orchard. Details

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Haji Kalimullah Khan, planted numbers of mango varieties in Malihabad village of Lucknow, in Uttar Pradesh,. his mango orchard is about 100 years old and extended up to about 14 acre areas. To solve different purposes, Haji Kalimullah Khan planted 52 commercial varieties in his orchard. To increase his source of income and also because of self-interest different mango varieties have been collected by his from Bhopal, Raebareli, Kankaha, Saharanpur, Barabanki and Sahjahanpur. He is not sharing his varieties to other farmers of the surrounding areas. To maintain & enhance his aggregated source of income as well as to conserve his tree diversity, multiplication of different varieties. He is not interested in maintaining his orchard in future. He is well aware about the conservation of the existing varieties for availability of different varieties, source of income, development of new varieties. He is not expecting that the younger generation will be concerned with the conservation of existing varieties and enrichment of varietal diversity by bringing some other useful variety in his orchard. Thus he is very hopeful for the future of his orchard. Details

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Durga Prashad, a mango grower belongs to Tiwari Kheda, Naubasta, Mall, District Lucknow, (Uttar Pradesh,). Average age of mango orchard is around 50 years that covers an area of 4 acre. 8 commercial varieties are present in his orchard. He is maintaining 3 non commercial varieties in his orchard. Dashehari, Chausa, Gulab Khas, Lucknow Safeda and Ramkela are the important mango varieties of Durga Prashad. self intereset and source of incomeuse are the major motivational factors towards mango cultivation for Durga Prashad. He collected planting materials for the orchard from self multiplication. He shares his mango varieties with others. He earns approximately Rs. 2000-4000 from non commercial varieties. He needs irrigation facilities as conservation support for his mango orchard. According to Durga Prashad, the importance for the conservation of mango orchard is availablity of varieties in future, good for environment and source of income. His next generation is not interested in conservation of existing varieties and collection of new varieties. Details

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Iqbal Ahmad, a mango grower belongs to Malihabad, District Lucknow, (Uttar Pradesh,). Average age of mango orchard is around 55 years that covers an area of 10 bigha. 6 commercial varieties are present in his orchard. He is maintaining 7 non commercial varieties in his orchard. Husnara, Gulab Khas, Dashehari, Khasulkhas and Amrapali are the important mango varieties of Iqbal Ahmad. good income, old orchard in mango growing area and self interestuse are the major motivational factors towards mango cultivation for Iqbal Ahmad. He collected planting materials for the orchard from Malihabad (Lucknow). He shares his mango varieties with others. He needs irrigation facilities as conservation support for his mango orchard. According to Iqbal Ahmad, the importance for the conservation of mango orchard is more variety available in future and source of income. His next generation is not interested in conservation of existing varieties and collection of new varieties. Details

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Kuldeep Kumar, a mango grower belongs to Gosaiganj, District Lucknow, (Uttar Pradesh,). Average age of mango orchard is around 30 years that covers an area of 4 bigha. 5 commercial varieties are present in his orchard. He is maintaining 6 non commercial varieties in his orchard. Dashehari, Langra, Gulab Khas, Husnara and Chausa are the important mango varieties of Kuldeep Kumar. old orchard and source of incomeuse are the major motivational factors towards mango cultivation for Kuldeep Kumar. He collected planting materials for the orchard from Malihabad (Lucknow). He shares his mango varieties with others. He needs irrigation facilities as conservation support for his mango orchard. According to Kuldeep Kumar, the importance for the conservation of mango orchard is source of income and varieties availability for future. His next generation is not interested in conservation of existing varieties and collection of new varieties. Details

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Mandhvendra Deo Singh, from Village Mall, District Lucknow, is a known mango orchardist. Mandhvendra Deo Singh has approximate 80 bigha area of mango orchard with in average age of about 100 years. 20 commercial varieties have been planted by Mandhvendra Deo Singh in his orchard for different purposes. On the other hand 60 non-commercial varieties have been planted by his. He collected different mango varieties from self multiplication. Heis not sharing his varieties to other farmers of the surrounding areas. He requires multiplication of available rare varieties, marketing of rare varieties, management of insect and disease and to aware people about different important varieties to conserve his green wealth and ultimately to maintain & enhance his source of income. He is not interested in maintaining his orchard in future. He is growing numbers of varieties in his orchard out of which Dashehari, Langra, Chausa, Lucknow Safeda, Ramkela, Mallika, Khasulkhas, Husnara and Gulab Khas are the important varieties. He is well aware about the conservation of the existing varieties for good for breeding programme, development of new varieties, more variety will available in future, good for environment and source of income. He is not very hopeful for the future of his orchard, because the next generation is not showing interest in the conservation of existing varieties in his orchard. Details

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Md Iliyas, planted numbers of mango varieties in Malihabad village of Lucknow, in Uttar Pradesh,. his mango orchard is about 100 years old and extended up to about 1 bigha areas. To solve different purposes, Md Iliyas planted 4 commercial varieties in his orchard. To increase his source of income and also because of self-interest different mango varieties have been collected by his from Malihabad (Lucknow) and self multiplication. He is not sharing his varieties to other farmers of the surrounding areas. To maintain & enhance his aggregated source of income as well as to conserve his tree diversity, management of disease and pest and multiplication of varieties. He is not interested in maintaining his orchard in future. He is well aware about the conservation of the existing varieties for source of income and development of varieties. He is not expecting that the younger generation will be concerned with the conservation of existing varieties and enrichment of varietal diversity by bringing some other useful variety in his orchard. Thus he is very hopeful for the future of his orchard. Details

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Ram Pal Maurya, a mango grower belongs to Mall, District Lucknow, (Uttar Pradesh,). Average age of mango orchard is around 30 years that covers an area of 1 bigha. 6 commercial varieties are present in his orchard. He is maintaining 5 non commercial varieties in his orchard. Dashehari, Chausa, Lucknow Safeda, Langra and Amrapali are the important mango varieties of Ram Pal Maurya. self interest and source of incomeuse are the major motivational factors towards mango cultivation for Ram Pal Maurya. He collected planting materials for the orchard from Malihabad (Lucknow) . He shares his mango varieties with others. He earns approximately Rs. 1000/tree/year from non commercial varieties. He needs irrigation facilities as conservation support for his mango orchard. According to Ram Pal Maurya, the importance for the conservation of mango orchard is more variety will available in future and source of income. His next generation is not interested in conservation of existing varieties and collection of new varieties. Details

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Sanjay Singh, from Village Mall, District Lucknow, is a known mango orchardist. Sanjay Singh has approximate 20 acre area of mango orchard with in average age of about 40 years. 7 commercial varieties have been planted by Sanjay Singh in his orchard for different purposes. On the other hand 8 non-commercial varieties have been planted by his. He collected different mango varieties from self multiplication. Heis not sharing his varieties to other farmers of the surrounding areas. He requires multiplicatio and lpanting of new and old varieties to conserve his green wealth and ultimately to maintain & enhance his source of income. He is not interested in maintaining his orchard in future. He is growing numbers of varieties in his orchard out of which Dashehari, Langra, Chausa and Lucknow Safeda are the important varieties. He is well aware about the conservation of the existing varieties for development of new varities and source of income from rare varities. He is not very hopeful for the future of his orchard, because the next generation is not showing interest in the conservation of existing varieties in his orchard. Details

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Shiv Kumar Dwivedi, planted numbers of mango varieties in Godwa village of Lucknow, in Uttar Pradesh,. his mango orchard is about 30 years old and extended up to about 30 acre areas. To solve different purposes, Shiv Kumar Dwivedi planted 7 commercial varieties in his orchard. To increase his source of income and also because of self-interest different mango varieties have been collected by his from government nurseries. He is not sharing his varieties to other farmers of the surrounding areas. The non-commercial varieties of the orchard generate a revenue of Rs. 10000. To maintain & enhance his aggregated source of income as well as to conserve his tree diversity, new technology adoption and multiplication . He is not interested in maintaining his orchard in future. He is well aware about the conservation of the existing varieties for availability of different varieties, development of new varieties and source of income from rare varieties. He is not expecting that the younger generation will be concerned with the conservation of existing varieties and enrichment of varietal diversity by bringing some other useful variety in his orchard. Thus he is very hopeful for the future of his orchard. Details

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Utkarsh Singh Chauhan, planted numbers of mango varieties in Mall village of Lucknow, in Uttar Pradesh,. his mango orchard is about 35 years old and extended up to about 10 acre areas. To solve different purposes, Utkarsh Singh Chauhan planted 8 commercial varieties in his orchard. To increase his source of income and also because of self-interest different mango varieties have been collected by his from self multiplication. He is not sharing his varieties to other farmers of the surrounding areas. The non-commercial varieties of the orchard generate a revenue of Rs. 10000. To maintain & enhance his aggregated source of income as well as to conserve his tree diversity, multiplication of varieties and proper management of insect pest and disease. He is not interested in maintaining his orchard in future. He is well aware about the conservation of the existing varieties for more variety availablity and source of income. He is not expecting that the younger generation will be concerned with the conservation of existing varieties and enrichment of varietal diversity by bringing some other useful variety in his orchard. Thus he is very hopeful for the future of his orchard. Details

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Ajeet Shukla, a mango grower belongs to Village- Para Bandrahi, Post- Atari (Mall), District Lucknow, (Uttar Pradesh,). Average age of mango orchard is around 25-60 years that covers an area of 50 bigha. 7 commercial varieties are present in his orchard. He is maintaining 10 non commercial varieties in his orchard. Dashehari, Langra, Chausa, Lucknow Safeda, Gulab Khas, Fazli and Bombay Green are the important mango varieties of Ajeet Shukla. self interest to maintain and conserve mango varieties for next generationuse are the major motivational factors towards mango cultivation for Ajeet Shukla. He collected planting materials for the orchard from Malihabad (Lucknow). He shares his mango varieties with others. He needs irrigation facilities as conservation support for his mango orchard. According to Ajeet Shukla, the importance for the conservation of mango orchard is availability of varieties for next generation. His next generation is not interested in conservation of existing varieties and collection of new varieties. Details

Data is being provided by Dr. Shailendra Rajan from Central Institute for Subtropical Horticulture, Rehmankhera, Kakori, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh

Mohd. Ayaz

Sankar Bakhs Singh

Awadhesh Birbal

Mohd. Farid Khan

Mohd. Rafik

Vishal Singh

Dr Yash Pal Singh

Deepak Yadav

Indu Shukla

Bhanu Pratap Singh

Kamla Devi

Mahadin

Moin Ashraf

Monish Ahemad

Muneshwar

Narendra Shukla

Ram Asre Sharma

Sunil Kumar

Parmeshar Sharma

Ram Swaroop

Vidyawati

Chhote Lal Kashyap

Maiku Lal

Nawab Hasan

Rajkumari Ratna Singh

Yuvraj Bhuvanyu Singh

Shyam Lal Chaurasia

Dadan Singh

Jai Singh

Vimal Singh

Rajesh Kumar Gupta

Pramod Tiwari

Manvendra Mishra

Ram Ajor Tripathi

Sanjai Singh

Jitendra Bahadur Singh

Dilip Patel S/o Sri Harishbhai Patel

Smt. Pushpa Chaurasiya

Chandra Kumar Chaurasiya

Alok Vashishtha

Dr. Madan Singh Parihar

Ram Kumar Kushwaha

Anurag Malhaiya

Vinay Dubey

Ram Sakha Yadav

Sri Ram Yadav

Raj Bahor Patel

Dwarika Prashad Gupta

Ravendra Singh

Makhan Lal Prajapati

Asif Khan

Mehandi Hasan

Ashwini Kumar Pathak

Om Prakash Tiwari

Sabahat Ali Khan

Wazahat Ali Khan

Amarjeet Singh

Firoz Mohammad Khan

Hazi Jameel

Ajai Jain

Amir Khan

Azam Khan

Khairati Lal

Seth Pal Singh

Satya Kumar

Mustaq Ahamad

Haribansh Lal

Narendra Kumar Tyagi

Anil Tyagi

Abhay Narayan Singh

Shri Shiv Narayan

Shri Somansh Prakash

Raghav Swaroop

Mustafa

Ragib Ali

Babu Mumtaz Ali

Sarafat Ali

Junaid Faridi

Sahabuddin Ahamad Siddiqui

Aditya Narayan Maurya

Kaushal Kumar Maurya

Subhash Chandra Pandey

Anil Singh

Akhilesh Narayan Singh

Shashikant Yadav

Triveni Singh

Dinesh Singh

K. Venkat Reddy

P. Vijaya Chandra

Y. Kishore Babu

M. Narsimha Chari

Mohd. Salauddin

V.Venkateswar Rao

D. Umesh Chandra

Chimanbhai K. Patel

Jitubhai Thakurbhai Rathod

Narendrabhai Ravjibhai Patel

Sanjaybhai Nayak

Zinabhai Maganbhai Patel

Babubhai Ranchhodbhai Patel

Gopalbhai Sukkarbhai Patel

Mahendrabhai Khushalbhai Patel

Naginbhai Chhaganbhai Patel

Sumanbhai Nichhabhai Patel

Bharatbhai Naranji Desai

Bhikhubhai Magjibhai Patel

Chetan Desai

Jayeshbhai Patel

Mohanbhai Dayaljibhai Patel

Asim Malik

Biswajit Nayak

Goutam Mandal

Hareram Singha

Mritunjay Mandal

Nabakumar Majhi

Prasanta Majhi

Subhash Mandal

Anwar Hossain

Adhir Mondal

Altab Sk

Anir Mondal

Barsat Sk

Bikash Chandra Choudhury

Biman Misra

Jadhu Saha

Joygopal Saha

Subhas Chandra Mandal

Sk Abul Kasem

Hayatan Nabi

Abdul Kader Ali

Habibur Rahaman

Hannan Sheikh

Madhu Sheikh

Md. Washed Ali

Mehebub Shiekh

Munzar Sheikh

Sakiruddin Ali

Abbas Uddin Mandal

Akbar Ali Mandal

Aminur Rahaman

Hazizul Haque

Jaganath Banerjee

Kaji Abdul Aziz

Gour Charan Sett

Intaj Ali Sheikh

Mortuja Ali Sheikh

Pranab Mukherjee

Ramjan Ali Mandal

Sanat Singha Roy

Sunil Mandal

Kazi Shafique Ahammed

Narayan chandra Ghosh

Year Ali Khan

Dinkar Jha

Prafulla Kapri

Sattar Seikh

Ranjan Kumar Pradhan

Sebasish Behera

Sanjib Kumar Pradhan

Tapan Kumar Pradhan

Rama Chandra Behera

Kabindra Pratap Mohanty

Upendra Kumar Bhanja

Sangram Keshari Pradhan

Dharanidhar Pal

Manas Sahu

Sudhananda Pradhan

Jajati Kishore Biswal

Mandakini Samal

Prafulla Kumar Rout

Biswambar Barik

Suran Kumar Patel

Kshetrabasi Behera

Umakanta Swain

Choudhry Sapan Kumar Mohapatra

Ghanashyam Bindhani

Balakrushna Sahoo

Pradip Mishra

Vinod Kumar Saralia

M. D. Ashraf Ali

Shradhakar Mare

Dulamani Patel

Nilamani Mohanto

Sella Pillai. S

A.V Mohan

K. Karuppaiah

V. Senthil Kumar

R. Balakrishnan

M. Vijay Kumar Singh

M.C. Santha Kumar

R. Jaganathan

A. Kasirajan

K. Bose

Kulandaisamy R.

G. Santhanam

P.K. Marimuthu

S. Rengarajan

B. Jayagobi

R. M. Ashok Kumar

V. Dhamodharan

N. Samarasam

Mayanglangbam Indrajit Singh

Dileep Kumar Dheer

Mannu Acharya

Mantun Thakur

Prem Kumar Dheer

Ram Prasad Gupta

Shyam Prasad Gupta

Suresh Thakur

Anil Chaurasia

Bharat Yadav

Dheerendra

Mithlesh Kumar Singh

Ramanand Singh

Randheer Kumar Kesari

Sanjeev Kumar Yadav

Ashok Kumar Thakur

Basant Kumar

Harsh Ranjan

Jay Lal Ji

Karu Prasad Thakur

Krishan Kumar Chaudheary

Nadeem Babu

Naval Kishor Prasad Singh

Rajesh Jha

Sanjay Kumar

Shiv Chander Chaurasiya

Sita Ram Chaudhary

Srendar Shah

Sudhir Kumar Pandey

Sunil Kumar

Vishwa Nath Chaudheary

Amrender Pandey

Anant Kumar Singh

Ashok Kumar Singh

Baleshwer Singh

Devender Singh

Jitender Singh

Kapildev Singh

Madhusudan Pandey

Manoj Kumar Singh

Mithlesh Singh

Prmod Kunwar

Shiv Chandar Pandey

Vijay Kumar Singh

Dr Bharat Rajaram Salvi

Yogesh Vilas Newase

Narayan Laxman Ranade

Pramod Dattatray Barde

Durga Nand Prakash

Amar Nath Chaudhary

Kaushal Prasad Singh

Narendra Prasad Singh

Manoj Kumar

Raj Kumar Chaudhary

Santosh Kumar Singh

Hans Nath Chourasiya

Nirmal Singh

Upendra Kumar Singh

Abdul Samad

Brajendra Singh

Ganga Singh

Ram Naresh Yadav

Hem Singh

Naresh Pal Singh

Mohammad Suleman

Bijay Kumar Yadav

Santosh Kumar

Abdul Kalam

Sadab Ali

Anil Chandra Pandey

Shiv Chander Chaurasiya

Shiv Bilas Uraon

Arun Kumar Jha

Ram Prakash Yadav

Ashok Yadav

Yogendra Singh

Kalidas Benerjee

Mrityunjay Kumar

Ranjeet Thakur

Kumar Tarun

Santosh Kumar Singh

Pankaj Deo Singh

Md. Haneef

S. C. Shukla

Ashok Kumar Chaudhari

Haji Kalimullah Khan

Kandhasami S/o Krishnamoorthy

M. A. S. Salim

M. A. S. Hanifa Ravuthar

Parthiban

Mangal Kedia

Pradeep Bhagat

Aklu Yadav

Rakesh Tuteja

Om Prakash Agarwal

Alemin Mirja

Sanot Hansdah

Badananda

Ganesh Kerai

Kurian K.George

Anant Bahadur Singh

Durga Prashad

Iqbal Ahmad

Kuldeep Kumar

Mandhvendra Deo Singh

Md Iliyas

Ram Pal Maurya

Sadhu Ram Maurya

Sanjay Singh

Shiv Kumar Dwivedi

Utkarsh Singh Chauhan

Abdul Salam Khan

Md. Tafzeel

Ramvir Singh Chauhan

Tariq Mustafa

Ali Mia

Tafzeel Ahmad

Rajeshwar Pratap Singh

Ram Swarth Mishra

Tej Bahadur Singh

Akhand Pratap

Rosan Mathew

Praveen Mohanan Nambhuthiri

Ranjith

Ajeet Shukla

Abbas Uddin Mandal
Abhay Narayan Singh
Akbar Ali Mandal
Akhilesh Narayan Singh
Altab Sk
Amir Khan
Anil Singh
Anurag Malhaiya
Anwar Hossain
Bharat Yadav
Bikas Chandra Chaoudhary
Biman Misra
C K Chaurasiya
Chote lal kashyap
Dileep Kumar Dheer
Dr M S Parihar
Hareram Singh
Intaj Ali Sheikh
Jadhu Saha
Jitender Singh
Joygopal Saha
Kazi Shafique Ahammed
M C Santhakumar
M Narsimha Chari
Mritunjay Madal
Narayan Chandra Ghosh
Narendra Kumar Tyagi
Nawab Hasan
Pramod Barde
Prasanta Majhi
Prem Kumar Dheer
Ragib
Sahabuddin Ahmad Siddiqui
Sanat Singha Roy
Sanjay Kumar
Seth Pal Singh
Shiv Chander Chaurasiya
Shiv Narayan
Sita- Ram Chaudhary Caretaker
Somansh Prakash
Subhas Chandra Mandal
Subhash Mandal
V Senthil kumar
V Venkateswar Rao
Vinay Dubey
Vishal Singh
Washed Ali
Wazahat Ali Khan
Y Kishore Babu
Year Ali Khan
Yogesh Newase
Zinabhai
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