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1 Directorate of Extension Education Orissa University of Agriculture and Technology, Bhubaneswar KVK, MAYURBHANJ Welcomes you STATE LEVEL EXTENSION COUNCIL MEETING 2013 Action Plan For

2 1st April 2013 to 31st March 2014

3 Title of on-farm trial Assessment of Sweet potato variety “Kishan” Season & Year Kharif Number of trials 13 Farmers Practices Cultivation of non-descriptive local varieties Problem diagnose Low yield return from local varieties Thematic area Varietal Substitution Name of Technology Cultivation of high yielding Sweet potato variety “Kishan” Details of technology selected Use of healthy planting material of var. “Kishan” Source of technology (Year) CTCRI, BBSR (2007) Characteristic of the technology Purple skin and white flesh, Medium duration ( days),yield(16-26 t/ha), disease and pest tolerant and suitable for Rain-fed as well as irrigated Medium to Upland Farming situation Rainfed and irrigated upland Performance indicator/ parameter No. of tubers/plant; Disease and pest incidence (%); Avg. weight of tuber (gm); Yield & B:C ratio OFT-1

4 Title of on-farm trial Assessment of off-season cauliflower var. “DOWN 175” Season & Year Kharif, 2013 Number of trials 13 Farmers Practices Planting is done during September to October Problem diagnose Low return in the peak season of cultivation due to market glut Thematic area Off-season vegetable cultivation Name of Technology Cultivation of off-season cauliflower Details of technology selected Planting is done during July to August Source of technology (Year) AICVIP, RRS, Aurangabad (2011) Characteristic of the technology Cauliflower hybrid “DOWN 175” can be grown during rainy season Farming situation Rainfed and irrigated upland Performance indicator Curd size (gm); Yield & B:C ratio OFT- 2

5 Title of on-farm trial Assessment of potato variety “Kufri Surya” Season & Year Rabi, Number of trials 13 Farmers Practices Repeated use of infected planting material of Kufri Jyoti variety Problem diagnose Low yield from locally available unhealthy planting material Thematic area Varietal Substitution Name of Technology Use of location specific cultivar of potato Details of technology selected Planting with location specific and recommended potato variety “Kufri Surya” Source of technology (Year) CPRI, Shimla, HP (2004) Characteristic of technology/ variety/ product Early maturing (70 – 80 days); High yielding (30 – 35 t/ha);hopper burn resistant ; heat tolerant (can tuberize at 220C night temperature; high dry matter content(20-21% at harvest) Farming situation Irrigated Medium land Performance indicator /parameter Tuber size (gm); Storability (days); Disease and pest incidences (%); Yield & B:C ratio OFT- 3

6 Title of on-farm trial Assessment of low cost poly-tunnel for seedling raising Season & YearRabi, Number of trials13 Farmers PracticesSeedling raising in open condition Problem diagnoseHigh mortality of seedlings due to heavy rainfall Thematic areaProtected cultivation Name of Technology Raising of vegetable seedlings inside low cost poly- tunnel Details of technology selected Size of tunnel 10x5 m, dome shape, use of locally available material such as bamboo, U.V stabilized polythene. Source of technology (Year)PFDC, OUAT (2009) Characteristic of technology Size of tunnel 10x5 m, dome shape,use of locally available material such as bamboo, U.V stabilized polythene. Farming situationIrrigated Medium land Performance indicator/ parameter Duration, Mortality, Growth rate, Additional Income OFT- 4

7 Title of on-farm trial Assessment of BPH management in rice by chemical method Season & YearKharif 2013 Number of trials13 Farmers PracticesInjudicious use of chemicals for pest control Problem diagnoseYield loss due to high BPH incidence in rice Thematic areaIntegrated Pest Management Name of Technology Use of pesticides having non-resurgence effect for managing BPH Details of technology selected Alternate spraying with Thiomethoxam 25% 162 g/ha and Buprofezin 25 % 750 ml/ha at 15 days interval Source of technology (Year)OUAT (2009) Characteristic of technology These chemicals are having different mode of action and do not cause resurgence in the pest Farming situationRainfed upland and medium land Performance indicator/ parameter No. of BPH/hill; Yield & B:C ratio OFT- 5

8 Title of on-farm trial Assessment of Sheath Blight management in rice by integrated method Season & Year Kharif 2013 Number of trials 13 Farmers Practices No seed treatment and root dipping with either chemical or bio-agents and spraying with only protective fungicides Problem diagnose High Sheath Blight incidence in rice causes yield loss Thematic area Integrated Disease Management Name of Technology Disease management by Bio-control and chemical methods Details of technology selected Seed treatment with Ps. 10g/kg; Seedling root dip with Ps. 25g/lit Alternate spraying with Thiophanate methyl & Tebuconazole + Trifloxystrobin Source of technology (Year) DRR, Hyderabad (2012) Characteristic of technology Seed and Rhizosphere dis-infestation by bio-control agent as prophylactic measure and spraying of chemicals as therapeutic measure Farming situation Rainfed upland and medium land Performance indicator/ parameter Disease incidence (%); Yield & B:C ratio OFT- 6

9 Title of on-farm trial Assessment of IPM in Greengram Season & Year Rabi Number of trials 13 Farmers Practices No control or unsuitable plant protection measures are followed Problem diagnose Yield loss due to high incidence of sucking pest incidence and yellow mosaic disease Thematic area Integrated Pest management Name of Technology Management of sucking pests by mechanical and chemical methods Details of technology selected Installation of yellow sticky 25 nos./ha and Spraying of Thiomethoxam 162 g/ha Source of technology (Year) IIPR, Kanpur (2009) Characteristic of technology Yellow sticky traps minimize the sucking pest population and spraying of the systemic pesticide lowers the pest as well as disease (mosaic) incidences Farming situation Rainfed medium land Performance indicator/ parameter No. of insects/plant; Yellow mosaic incidence (%); Yield & B:C ratio OFT- 7

10 Title of on-farm trial Assessment of Downy Mildew management in cucumber Season & Year Rabi Number of trials 13 Farmers Practices No control or unsuitable plant protection measures are followed Problem diagnose Yield loss due to high incidence and severity of Downy Mildew disease Thematic area Integrated Disease Management Name of Technology Disease management by Bio-control and chemical methods Details of technology selected Soil application with Trichoderma 2.5 kg/ha. and Spraying of 750g/ha. Source of technology (Year) Journal of Agril. Science Technology, Vol. 11 (2009) Characteristic of technology Rhizosphere dis-infestation by bio-control agent as prophylactic measure and spraying of chemicals as therapeutic measure Farming situation Irrigated Medium land Performance indicator/ parameter Disease incidence (%); Yield & B:C ratio OFT- 8

11 Title of on-farm trial Assessment of the performance of Tractor operated Gyrovator Season & YearKharif, 2013 Number of trials05 Farmers Practices Puddling in paddy field by tractor operated rotavator and cage wheel Problem diagnose High cost of puddling and proper coverage not achieved in tractor operated rotavator and proper tilth not achieved, high fuel consumption Thematic areaFarm machineries Name of Technology Puddling in paddy field by tractor operated Gyrovator and cage wheel Details of technology selected Puddling by Gyrovator with cage wheel, 1.45m width of coverage and 42 nos. of blade in hp tractor Source of technology (Year) CIAE, Bhopal (2011) Characteristic of technology Multi-speed gear, Adjustable trailing board, more blade in same size, easy puddling adjacent to bund, effective coverage Farming situationIrrigated/Rainfed medium land Performance indicator Field capacity (ha/h), Labour requirement (Man- days/ha), Cost of cultivation (Rs./ha), Labour savings (%), Cost savings (%), Weeding efficiency(%) OFT- 9

12 Title of on-farm trial Assessment of the performance of power weeder in SRI Season & YearKharif, 2013 Number of trials05 Farmers Practices Weeding and intercultural operation by mandwa weeder in SRI method of rice cultivation Problem diagnose Lots of drudgery and time involved in weeding by cono and mandwa weeder in SRI method of paddy cultivation Thematic areaFarm machineries Name of Technology Weeding and intercultural operation by power paddy weeder in SRI method of rice cultivation Details of technology selected Weeding will be done at 15, 30 and 45 DAT by Power paddy weeder Source of technology (Year) TNAU, Coimbatore, 2010 Characteristic of technology Self propelled, petrol operated, double row in one pass Farming situationIrrigated/Rainfed medium land Performance indicator Field capacity (ha/h), Labour requirement (Man- days/ha), Cost of cultivation (Rs./ha), Labour savings (%), Cost savings (%), Weeding efficiency(%) OFT- 10

13 Title of on-farm trial Assessment of the performance of bullock drawn plough planter for sowing groundnut Season & YearRabi, Number of trials05 Farmers PracticesSowing of groundnut behind the plough Problem diagnose Low net return in traditional method of sowing of groundnut due to high cost of cultivation, more labour and time requirement Thematic areaFarm machineries Name of Technology Sowing of groundnut by bullock drawn plough planter Details of technology selected Bullock drawn plough planter, incline plate metering, line sowing Source of technology (Year)AICRP on UAE, CAET,OUAT, BBSR, 2012 Characteristic of technology/ variety/ product Single row, bullock drawn, attached with desi plough or iron plough, provision for fertilizer application Farming situationIrrigated medium land Performance indicator/parameter Field capacity (ha/h), Labour requirement (Man- days/ha), Cost of cultivation (Rs./ha), Labour savings (%), Cost savings (%) OFT- 11

14 Title of on-farm trial Assessment of yield of paddy by adopting irrigation water management practices Season & YearRabi, Number of trials05 Farmers Practices Puddling by desi plough and continuous submergence of water in paddy field throughout the crop period Problem diagnose Low yield of paddy and less nos. of tillering due to inefficient utilization of water and improper tillage practices resulting high water requirement Thematic areaResource conservation technology Name of Technology Irrigation water management practices Details of technology selected Puddling by puddler, levelling and cyclic submergence of water in paddy field throughout the crop period Source of technology (Year) TNAU, Coimbatore, 2009 Characteristic of technology Maintaining 2 cm of water up to seven days of transplanting. After the establishment stage, cyclic submergence of water is the best practice for rice crop. This cyclic 5cm submergence has to be continued throughout the crop period Farming situationIrrigated medium land Performance indicator/parameter Yield, q/ha, Water savings, %, B:C ratio OFT- 12

15 Title of on-farm trial Assessment of drudgery reduction of manual mahua seed decorticator for farm women Season & YearKharif Number of trials13 Farmers PracticesHand beating method is followed for decortication Problem diagnose Drudgery on decortications of mahua seeds with hand beating method Thematic areaLocation specific drudgery reduction Name of TechnologyManual Mahua seed decorticator Details of technology selected Decortication is made by manual Mahua seed decorticator Source of technology (Year) Dept. of PHT, CAET (2011), OUAT Characteristic of technology Decorticating capacity of 10 to 12 kg per hour Farming situationHomestead Performance indicator/parameter Decortication capacity (kg/hr); Shelling efficiency (%); Whole kernel recovery (%); Broken (%), Cardiac cost (beats/kg) and B:C ratio OFT- 13

16 Title of on-farm trial Assessment of Kusmi lac cultivation in Schleichera oleosa Season & YearKharif, 2013 Number of trials13 Farmers PracticesCollection of naturally developed lac from forests Problem diagnose Lac is produced in wild condition resulting to low productivity and less quality product Thematic areaIncome generation Name of TechnologyNatural resin production Details of technology selected Prescribed amount of brood lac 30 g per 1m length of host branch inoculated in Kusumi plant during the month of June followed by proper cultural operation Source of technology (Year) IINRG (ILRI), Namkum, JH (2007) Characteristic of technology Kusmi lac is light in color and having two crops in a year (Agrani and Jwesthi). It is highly priced in the market. Farming situationForest Performance indicator No. of lac insects settlement/sq. cm of branch; Length of crusted lac or length of branch covered by lac (cm); Weight of lac/tree (kg); Lac quality, Additional income, B:C ratio OFT- 14

17 Title of on-farm trial Assessment of Oyster mushroom strain “Pleurotus eryngii” Season & YearRabi, Number of trials13 Farmers Practices Cultivation of P. sajarcaju in severe cold condition in winter Problem diagnose Low yield of P. sajarcaju in extreme cold climatic condition Thematic areaMushroom production Name of TechnologyCultivation of Oyster mushroom species P. eryngii Details of technology selectedCultivation of P. eryngii following bagging method Source of technology (Year)DMR, Solan, HP (2008) Characteristic of technology/ variety/ product Pleurotus eryngii is cold tolerant and gives better yield in this extreme climatic condition Farming situationHomestead Performance indicator/parameter Yield/bag (kg); Average fruit body wt. (gm); Protein content (%); Biological efficiency (%) and B:C ratio OFT- 15

18 Title of on-farm trialAssessment of the poultry breed “Rainbow rooster” Season & YearRabi, Number of trials13 Farmers PracticesRearing of Banaraja breeds Problem diagnose Low meat and egg production in Banaraja birds and high mortality due to disease incidence Thematic areaPoultry management Name of Technology Dual purpose high yielding backyard poultry rearing for income generation Details of technology selected Rearing of dual purpose high yielding poultry breed “Rainbow rooster” Source of technology (Year)OVC, OUAT (2009) Characteristic of technology Egg production is as high as 180 /annum and meat production is 3 times more than Banaraja breeds Farming situationHomestead Performance indicator/parameter Body wt./month (kg); Days at 1st egg production; No. of eggs produced/year; B:C ratio OFT- 16

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20 Season & YearKharif, 2013 Problem Low productivity and return due to more number of male plants Farmer's PracticeCultivation of local varieties Thematic areaVarietal replacement Name of the Technology Varietal substitution with hybrid papaya variety “Red Lady” Details of variety Red Lady is gynodioecious, suitable to varied climatic conditions VarietyRed Lady Source of Technology (Year) Annual Report , OUAT VillageMachhia, Madhunanda, Ambdubi, Salabani Area01 haNo. of demos10 Performance indicator Days to flowering, fruits/plant, fruit weight, yield and B:C ratio FLD-1

21 Season & Year Kharif, 2013 Problem More remunerative off season vegetables are not grown during rainy season Farmer's Practice Cultivation of less profitable vegetables Thematic area Offseason vegetable Name of the Technology Off season vegetable cultivation of cabbage hybrid “Zenith” in Rainy season Details of technology Suitable for Rainy season, Maturity days, Fruit size 1.5 to 1.75 kg, fruit shape round and fruit colour green Variety “Zenith” Source of Technology AICVIP, RRS, Bangalore (2006) Village Machhia, Madhunanda, Ambdubi, Salabani Area 1.0 haNo. of demos 10 Performance indicator Maturity (days),fruit Size(Kg), Yield and BC Ratio FLD-2 Demonstration on Hybrid cabbage “Zenith”

22 Season & YearRabi, Problem Low yield and return from local varieties (Average-150 q/ha.) Farmer's PracticeCultivation of poor yielding local races Thematic areaExport potential of ornamental fruits Name of the Technology Cultivation of high yielding marigold var. “Inca Orange” Details of technology Varietal substitution of marigold, Potential Yield up to 210 q/ha. VarietyInca Orange Source of Technology (Year) Annual Report , OUAT VillagePaikapada, Madhunanda, Ambdubi, Dubukusahi Area1.0 haNo. of demos10 Performance indicator No. of flowers / plant, Weight of flowers / plant (kg), Yield (q/ha.), Marketability, B:C ratio Demonstration on high yielding marigold var.“Inca Orange” FLD-3

23 Season & YearRabi, ProblemLow yield due to non-descriptive local varieties Farmer's PracticeCultivation of poor yielding local races Thematic areaProduction of low volume and high value crops Name of the Technology Cultivation of high yielding pointed gourd var. “Swarna Aloukik” Details of technologyVarietal substitution of pointed gourd VarietySwarna Aloukik Source of Technology (Year) CHES, Bhubaneswar (2006) VillagePaikapada, Madhunanda, Ambdubi, Dubukusahi Area1.0 haNo. of demos10 Performance indicator Days to flowering, fruits/plant (kg/plant), Yield (q/ha.) FLD-4 Demonstration on high yielding pointed gourd var. “Swarna Aloukik”

24 Season & YearKharif, 2013 Problem Low return from paddy due to use of costly chemicals for pest management Farmer's PracticeSpraying of costly chemical pesticides Thematic areaBio-control for Pest and Disease Management Name of the Technology Use of entomophagus fungus B. basiana for managing leaf folder, case worm and stem borer Details of technology Spraying of Bio control agent 2.5 kg/ha. Source of Technology (Year) World Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 3(1), 2007 VillageMachhia, Madhunanda, Ambdubi, Salabani Area04 haNo. of demos10 Performance indicatorPest incidence (%); Yield (q/ha); B:C ratio FLD-5

25 Season & YearKharif, 2013 Problem High incidence of seedling damping-off in vegetable nurseries during Kharif season Farmer's PracticeImproper disease management strategies Thematic areaIntegrated Disease Management Name of the Technology IDM in nurseries of vegetables involves Mechanical, bio-control and chemical practices Details of technology Soil solarization of raised beds, seed treatment with T. 5 g/kg seed and spraying with Metalaxyl 2 g/lit Source of TechnologyGBPUAT, Pantnagar (2002) VillageMachhia, Madhunanda, Ambdubi, Salabani Area01 ha main fieldNo. of demos10 Performance indicator Disease incidence (%); Yield (no. of healthy seedlings/10 m 2 ); B:C ratio FLD-6

26 Season & YearRabi, Problem High pest incidence resulting in production of unhealthy, weak and less numbers of seedlings Farmer's PracticeNo management practices followed Thematic areaIntegrated Pest Management Name of the Technology Nursery soil dis-infestation and spraying the seedlings with systemic pesticides Details of technology Soil application of Cartap Hydrochloride g/m2 and spraying with Cartap 1 g/lit Source of Technology (Year) OUAT, 2009 VillageMadhunanda, Ambdubi, Dubukusahi, Machhia Area1.0 ha main fieldNo. of demos10 Performance indicator Pest Incidence (%), Yield (no. of healthy seedlings/ 10m 2 ), B:C ratio Demonstration of IPM practices in vegetable nurseries FLD-7

27 Season & YearRabi, ProblemLow yield due to improper management practices Farmer's PracticeImproper management practices followed Thematic areaIntegrated Pest Management Name of the Technology IPM for managing shoot/fruit-borer in brinjal by mechanical and chemical methods Details of technology Mechanical clipping of affected twigs & fruits and Spraying with Novaluron 10% 500ml/ha Source of TechnologyIIHR, 2011 VillageMadhunanda, Ambdubi, Dubukusahi, Tarajodi Area1.0 haNo. of demos10 Performance indicator Fruit-borer and shoot-borer infestation (%); Yield (q/ha.) and B:C ratio FLD-8 Demonstration of IPM practices for managing fruit/shoot borer in Brinjal

28 Season & YearKharif, 2013 Problem High cost of puddling by tractor drawn cultivator and proper tilth not achieved for transplanting Farmer's Practice Puddling in paddy field by tractor operated cultivator and cage wheel Thematic areaFarm Machineries Name of the Technology Puddling in paddy field by tractor operated rotavator and cage wheel Details of technology Secondary tillage implement, ≥ 35 hp tractor required, width of cut: 1.2m, F.C.: 0.4 ha/h, Levelly board attached for subsequent leveling after ploughing Source of TechnologyOUAT, Bhubaneswar, 2007 VillageBelam, Ananda brundabanpur Area02 haNo. of demos10 Performance indicator Field capacity (ha/h), Cost of operation (Rs/ha), Saving of cost & time (%) FLD-9

29 Season & YearKharif, 2013 Problem Delayed transplanting causes low yield due to huge labour scarcity during peak transplanting time and high cost with more time consumed in manual transplanting of paddy Farmer's PracticeManual transplanting of paddy Thematic areaFarm machineries Name of the Technology Transplanting of paddy by self propelled rice transplanter Details of technology Row to row spacing 23.8 cm, plant to plant spacing 12,14,16 cm (adjustable), depth of planting and no. of plants per hill (adjustable) Source of TechnologyOUAT, Bhubaneswar, 2002 VillageMadhunanda, Bholagadia Area02 haNo. of demos05 Performance indicator Field capacity (ha/h), Cost of operation (Rs/ha), Saving of cost & time (%), yield (q/ha) FLD-10

30 Season & Year Rabi, Problem Low yield due to delayed sowing in traditional method of sowing groundnut and less net return due to high cost of cultivation, more labour and time consumption Farmer's Practice Sowing of groundnut behind the plough Thematic area Farm machineries Name of the Technology Sowing of groundnut by tractor drawn seed cum fertilizer drill Details of technology Line sowing, 9 rows, row to row distance adjustable, vertical rotor metering mechanism, both fertilizer and seeds fall simultaneously. Source of Technology OUAT, Bhubaneswar, 2009 Village Tarajudi, Dubukusahi Area 02 haNo. of demos10 Performance indicator Field capacity (ha/h), Cost of operation (Rs/ha), Saving of cost & time (%), yield (q/ha) FLD-11

31 Season & YearRabi, Problem Untimely intercultural operation reduces yield and manual weeding is a time consuming and costly operation which involves lots of drudgery Farmer's Practice Manual weeding and intercultural operation by Phowda in groundnut Thematic areaFarm machineries Name of the Technology Weeding and intercultural operation in groundnut by wheel cycle weeder Details of technology A cycle wheel attached for easy operation with shovel type tyne, push pull action Source of TechnologyCAET, OUAT, 2011 VillageSalabani, Belam Area02 haNo. of demos05 Performance indicator Field capacity (ha/h), Cost of operation (Rs/ha), Saving of cost & time (%), Weeding efficiency (%) FLD-12 Demonstration of wheel cycle weeder for intercultural operation in groundnut

32 Season & YearKharif, 2013 ProblemLow production of Volveriella vulvacea in extreme hot period Farmer's PracticeCultivation of paddy straw mushroom species V. vulvacea Thematic areaMushroom production Name of the Technology Cultivation of species V. diplasia in hot periods of the summer season Details of technology V. diplasia is heat tolerant and can give more yield during this extreme climatic condition than V. volvacia and having attractive white colour which fetches more price in the market VarietyV. diplasia species of Paddy straw mushroom Source of TechnologyDMR, Solan, HP (2008) VillageKailashchandrapur, Jhaliamara, Dabak, Machhia Area10 units/demoNo. of demos20 Performance indicator Average fruit body (gm), Yield/bed (kg), Biological efficiency (%), Protein content per dry weight (%), B:C ratio FLD-13

33 Season & YearKharif, 2013 Problem Low milk yield from milching cows and infertility due to deficiency of minerals Farmer's PracticeFeeding the milching cows without mineral supplements Thematic areaDairy management Name of the Technology Mineral supplementation in calves Details of technology Mineral supplementation at 1 month gm/calf VarietyCB cows Source of TechnologyOVC, OUAT (2008) VillageMacchia, Kailashchandrapur, Madhunanda, Karanjia Area1 cow/demoNo. of demos10 Performance indicator Avg. milk yield/day (lit), Qualitative traits of Milk; Body weight (kg), B:C ratio FLD-14

34 Season & Year Rabi, Problem Loss to an extent of 10 % in pulses during storage due to pest attack makes the farmers dispose their products at low price in distress sale condition Farmer's Practice Storage of green gram without any control measure Thematic area Storage loss minimization techniques Name of the Technology Storage pest management by mechanical method Details of technology Storage of green gram using one TNAU traps in one gunny bag (40 kg) Source of Technology TNAU (2008) Village Tarajudi, Dubukusahi Area -No. of demos05 Performance indicator Storage loss (%); B:C ratio FLD-15

35 Season & YearRabi, Problem Lots of drudgery and time involved for stripping groundnut Farmer's PracticeManual stripping by finger Thematic areaDrudgery reduction Name of the Technology Stripping of groundnut by groundnut stripper Details of technologyGroundnut stripper Source of TechnologyCAET, OUAT (2004) VillageSalabani, Tarajudi, Belam, Baunsavilla, Ambdubi Area-No. of demos10 Performance indicator Output (kg/hr), cardiac cost (beats/kg), working heart rate (beats/min), B:C ratio FLD-16

36 PROPOSED TRAINING PROGRAMMES Type Target No. Duration in Days Participants Farmers & Farm Women Rural Youths In-Service Personals Sponsored Collaborative Total

37 Product from KVKTarget with Unit Seeds (q) Paddy650 q Green gram05 q Seedlings/Saplings (No.) Vegetables50,000 Fruits 10,000 Ornamental 10,000 Bio- Products20 q Livestock Products/Strain5,000 nos PROPOSED PRODUCTION AND SUPPLY OF TECHNOLOGICAL PRODUCTS.

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