Today, the world uses more cotton than any other fiber and has hundreds of uses in our day to day lives. Clothing and household items are the largest uses along with industrial products accounting for many thousands of bales. All parts of the cotton plant are useful. The most important is the fiber or lint which is used in making cotton cloth. Linters is the short fuzz on the seeds provide cellulose for making plastics, explosives and other products. They are incorporated into high quality paper products and processed into batting for padding mattresses, furniture and automobile cushions. The everchanging climatic conditions, shortage of labour, increased incidence of pests and diseases necessitated the need to develop new technologies that can help farmer to generate adequate income without incurring in loss. It is here that High density planting system helps the farmers to over these problems. The high-density planting system (HDPS) in cotton is referred to as narrow row spacing system and uses short duration semi compact cotton varieties. This method limits the boll number, maximizes the no. of bolls per unit area and helps to get high yield in the shortest area possible. As the number of bolls per plant are few, the fruiting window or flowering period is short and plants mature early with synchronous bursting producing cotton fibre with good quality. Usually, 25000 plant population per acre are maintained with spacings of 90x15 cm or 80x20 cm or 75x25 cm. There can be a yield of 12 – 14 quintals and reducing the problems of labour shortage and incidence of pink boll worm. It increases production and net return per unit area.In view of this, KVK, Wyra has organised Kisan mela on “High Density Planting System in Cotton” in its field on 14.11.2023 for creating awareness and popularizing this farmer friendly technology. The farmers were clearly sensitized on the advantages of this fast-growing technology. The meeting was participated by Dr. P. Raghu Rami Reddy, Director of Research, PJTSAU, Dr. I. Swarnalatha Devi, ADE, PJTSAU, Dr. R. Uma Reddy, ADR, CTZ, Dr. G. Veeranna, PS (Cotton), Dr. V. Venkanna, Principal Scientist (Pl. Br) & Head RARS, Warangal, Dr. J. Hemantha Kumar, AD, Ag. College, Aswaraopet, Dr. K. Rukmini Devi, Principal Scientist & Head (Breeding), ARS, Madhira, Mrs. M. Vijayanirmala, JDA, Khammam, Mrs. G. Anasuya, DHSO, Khammam, Dr. K. Kishore, EO, DLDA, Wyra, Dr. A. Sailaja, Programme Coordinator, scientists Dr. K. Ravi Kumar, Dr. Jessie Suneetha W, Mrs. P. S. M. Phanisri, Dr. D. Nagaraju along with ADAs, MAOs, AEOs of Khammam District, DAESI and IV B.Sc. (Ag) students as well as large no. of farmers. The queries concerning the technology were cleared by the experts.