In order to increase soil health against soil borne diseases and to promote optimum waste management in vegetable crops, training on the preparation of waste decomposer was taken up at various villages. At ChinnaMallavaram of Koyyuru mandal, the event was held on 4th January, and saw 11 farmers participate. They saw the demonstration on preparation of waste decomposer with 2kg jaggery in 200 litres of water. Precautions, usage and benefits were explained to farmers. In ongoing events, 5 waste decomposers were given to 5 farmers of Anakapalle, Paderu, Nathavaram, Narsipatnam and Payakaraopeta mandals on January 9. 21 participants in the tribal region of Madem received these too. Input distribution of neem seed powder pellets, sticky traps, Azadiractin and bio pesticides along with 15 waste decomposer bottles was done for tribal farmers at Pentapadu village. Progressive farmers K.Suresh, Dopperla village and R.Gangaraju, Hasthinapuram (Naidupalem) village also received the waste decomposers.