Introduction Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Mahendergarh is located about 130 km away from the main campus of university (CCS HAU) at Hisar in the South-West direction. Mahendergarh town is well connected to Delhi, Jaipur, Hisar, Narnaul and Rewari by metalled road.and railways. Mahendergarh district is located in the southwestern part of Haryana bordering Alwar district of Rajasthan in south, Sikar in the South East, Jaipur in the west, Bhiwani district of Haryana in the North and Rewari in the east. The land tract of the district dealt with an Indo Gangetic alluvial plain marked vast stretch of flat land. The soil depth and texture varies from place to place. In the plains the soil is deep but shallow on hill slops. The soils texture various from sandy loam to clay loam in plains and sandy loam to sandy on the hills. Hills slopes are practically soil less or have same partially decomposed parent rock and conspicuous bare rock at places soil depth varies from 5-15cm. The land can be divided into five landscapes with elevation varying from 200m to 325m namely Aravalli hills, foot hills flood plains, Aeolian plains and sand dunes Alluvium deposits. A total area is about 1,94,160 ha. Geographically the area is situated between 280-27'- 30" to 270-50' North latitude and 750-58' to 760-50 East longitude. Total areas of reserve forests is about 2,160.68ha. There is no perennial river in the district. The seasonal river in Mahendergarh district like Krishnawati and Dohan run parallel to each other from South West to North East. The rural population is about 88 per cent. About 70 per cent of the total area of the district is used for agriculture. Animal husbandry provides an additional source of income. It also supplements the income of schedule caste and backward class families. The climate of Mahendergarh district is very hot-tropical to sub tropical characterized by high temperature and moisture deficiency for the greater part of the year. There is prolonged hot period extending from April to June. Hot dust laden winds blow from April onwards and cause further desiccation. December and January are the coldest month when temperature reach near freezing point of water. Temperature during June is around 420C and minimum 280C. Sometimes temperature may exceed 480C. About 70 to 80 per cent of the total annual rainfall received during the monsoon period. South west monsoon is the main source of rainfall and the relative humidity is high being over 75-80 per cent in the morning and 55-65 per cent in the afternoon.