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1 Rajasthan State Forestry Research and Extention Smt. Shruti Sharma CCF (Silviculture) Rajasthan Forestry Research Centre, Jaipur

2 Forest Cover of Rajasthan

3 Forest and Tree Cover of Rajasthan (Area in km 2 ) Source: India State of Forest Report 2013 (FSI) CategoryArea% of Geographical Area Tree Cover7, Forest Cover16, Forest and Tree Cover23,

4 Research Centers and existing infrastructure Rajasthan Forestry Research Centre, Grass Farm Nursery Campus, Jaipur [Resrve Forest (RF) Ha] Research Farm, Govindpura, Jaipur (RF – 161 Ha) World Forestry Arboretum, Jhalana, Jaipur Research Farm, Banki, Udaipur

5 Rajasthan Forestry Research Centre- Existing Infrastructure 1.Chief Conservator of Forests (Silviculture) Office 2.Range Office, Grass Farm Nursery 3. Traditional Nursery – having 300 beds with a capacity to raise 4 to 5 lakh plants 4. Hi-Tech Nursery: Poly house with a capacity to raise 1.00 lakh plants 5. Seed testing laboratory 6.Soil and water testing laboratory 7.Vermicompost unit 8.Resource Centre cum Library

6 Forestry Research & Education Project Technical Articles 1.Grow Bamboo (Year 2004 – Hindi) 2.Termite Control (Year 2006 – 08) - Hindi 3.Tendu (2008) – Hindi 4.Raising Guggal (Year 2008 – Hindi) 5.Vegetation of Rajasthan (2008) – English 6.World Forestry Arboretum (Oct 2008) 7.Weight tables (Green Weight) of 8 native trees of Rajasthan 8.Nature Trail – Grass Farm Nursery

7 Forestry Research & Education Project- Technical Bulletins No 10 on Cochlospermum religiosum (Buttercup Tree or Galgal) No 12 on Maytenus emarginata (kankera) –a heritage tree for the Bishnoi community and a highly valued medicinal plant species No. 13 on Ougeinia oogeinensis (Tanas)- a highly valued medicinal plant species Oroxylum indicum (Shyonak) – a highly valued medicinal plant species

8 Research study/activities in collaboration with AFRI, Jodhpur S.No.Title of Project 1Phytoremediation of soil for productivity enhancement during land disposal of effluent 2 Productivity and biometrics studies of some important species in semi -arid regions of Rajasthan for their sustainable management 3Productivity enhancement of Kair (Capparis decidua) to generate livelihood in rural area of Thar Desert 4Documentation of important research findings and technologies for application to forestry in Rajasthan 5 Assessment of Guggul germ plasm for studying population density. female-male plant ratio for in-situ and ex- situ conservation in Rajasthan 6Documentation of sacred groves of Rajasthan and assessment of biological diversity in some of them for improved management and people livelihoods

9 Research study/activities by Rajasthan Forest Department S.No Location of study Name of Experiment 1World Forestry Arboretum, JaipurConstruction of Red House for rare and endangered species in Agri net house 2World Forestry Arboretum, Jaipur Study and documentation along with digitization of flora and fauna of World Forestry Arboretum, Jaipur 3World Forestry Arboretum, JaipurCreation of Bambusetum at World Forestry Arboretum, Jaipur 4World Forestry Arboretum, JaipurStudy of natural regeneration of forest area of Jaipur District 5Banki Research Farm, UdaipurVegetative propagation of Ficus arnottiana (Pahadi Pipal) by cutting method 6 Grass Farm Nursery, Jaipur and Banki Research Farm, Udaipur Vegetative propagation of Butea monosperma var. lutea 7Banki Research Farm, UdaipurDeveloping propagation technique of both variety of Anogeissus sericea

10 Research Interventions made RFBP-II 1.Use of Geotextile – Jute Mats to stabilize sandunes 2.Breaking of Rhyolite rock exposure in Machia Biological Park, Jodhpur 3.GIS mapping of plantation to compare the status of site at the time of advance action and after plantation. 4.Organic certification of 24 processor products and 113 wild products. 5.Value addition of Forest products with the active participation of VFMC’s and Self Help Groups.

11 Use of Geotextile – Jute Mats to stabilize sandunes- Jaisalmer

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15 Use of Geotextile – Jute Mats to stabilize sandunes

16 Use of Geotextile – Jute Mats to stabilize sandunes- Jaisalmer

17 Breaking of Rhyolite rock exposure in Machia Biological Park, Jodhpur Old vegetation is kumtha, Raunj and Dhok. Double Blasting to break the Rhyolite rock exposure (Igneous Rock) 1m X 1m pit filled with potting mixture Planted Barh, pipal, Paras Pipal, Karanj, Neem etc. Species like Jamun, Kadam (Mitragyna) planted in nallas.

18 Breaking of Rhyolite rock exposure in Machia Biological Park, Jodhpur

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