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NATIONAL CONFERENCE on AGRICULTURE Kharif Campaign. April 6 th -7 th 2011. DIRECTORATE OF AGRICULTURE, HARYANA. AGRICULTURE AT A GLANCE. Geographical Area (GA) 4.42 m ha (1.4% of India) Cultivable Area (CA) 3.8 m ha (86.35% of GA) Cultivated Area 3.80 m ha (98.4% of CA)

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NATIONAL CONFERENCE on AGRICULTURE

Kharif Campaign

April 6th -7th 2011

DIRECTORATE OF AGRICULTURE, HARYANA


Agriculture at a glance
AGRICULTURE AT A GLANCE

  • Geographical Area (GA) 4.42 m ha (1.4% of India)

  • Cultivable Area (CA) 3.8 m ha (86.35% of GA)

  • Cultivated Area 3.80 m ha (98.4% of CA)

  • Gross Cropped Area 6.50 m ha

  • Cropping Intensity 182%

  • Irrigated Area 84 %

  • Under Ground Water 54 % brackish

  • Farming families 15.28 lac

  • Small farmers 2.94 lac

  • Marginal farmers 7.84 lac

  • Others 5.30 lac

  • 1st in Wheat (4,614 kg/ha) and Mustard (1,738 kg/ha) productivity during 2008-09.

  • 2nd Largest contributor to the Central Food Grains Pool.

  • 3rd Largest Producer of Wheat.

  • 1st in Basmati Rice export


Rabi crops production
RABI CROPS PRODUCTION

Area in ‘000’ ha

Prod. in ‘000’ tonnes/bales

Yield Kg. per hectare



Kharif crops production
KHARIF CROPS PRODUCTION

Area in ‘000’ ha

Prod. in ‘000’ tonnes/bales

Yield Kg. per hectare

  • Production of Rice affected due to heavy rains and flood during Kharif 2010.

  • Kharif food-grain production was 2 % higher during Kharif -2010 as compared to Kharif -2009.

  • Area under Food grains proposed to be declined by 95,000 ha during Kharif 2011.

  • Area under Cotton, Sugarcane and Guar proposed to be increased by 1.40 lac ha during kharif 2011.


Initiatives taken 2010 11
INITIATIVESTAKEN2010-11

  • Seed treatment of Wheat

  • 100% of treatment of certified seed produced by Govt. and privet seed producers.

  • Entire cost of fungicides on the treatment of certified seed born by the Govt.

  • Fungicides on 50% subsidy provided for treatment of farm saved seed.

  • An amount of Rs.11.21 crore was utilized on seed treatment.

    2. Control of Yellow Rust

  • An area of 92,272 ha affected with Yellow Rust in the State.

  • Timely identification of Yellow Rust infected area.

  • Awareness campaign launched to educate the farmers about control measures.

  • Propiconazole 25% EC provided on 50% subsidy under RKVY.

  • Rs. 58.69 lac was utilized.

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Contd..

3.Strengthening of Extension System

  • 143 ADOs recruited

  • Two months mandatory training to newly recruited ADOs

  • Promotion of Sugarcane crop

    • Technology Mission on Sugarcane set up during 2010-11

    • Provision ofRs.273.00 lac made

    • Assistance @ Rs.2,000 per acre on Critical Inputs

    • Assistance @ Rs. 800 for multiple Ratoon Management

    • Seed subsidy @ Rs.1,500 per Acre on Autumn Planting

    • Promotion of new planting

      • Ring Pit Method

      • Trench Method

      • Inter Cropping

  • Promotion on mechanization in Sugarcane

    5.Assistance – Flood affected farmers

  • Seed of Toria, hybrid Bajra and Jowar provided free of cost

  • Seed of Basmati Rice and Moong/Urd on 75% subsidy

  • Seed of hybrid Maize on 90% subsidy.

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    Thrust areas kharif 2011 diversification of crops
    THRUST AREAS KHARIF-2011 (Diversification of Crops)

    • Promotion of Cotton crop

      • Cotton area to be increased from 4.92 lac hect. (kharif 2010) to 5.50 lac hects, (kharif 2011) .

      • Adequate arrangement of Bt. Cotton hybrids.

      • High yielding Bt. Cotton hybrids to be promoted.

      • Regular monitoring of quality of Bt. Cotton seed.

    • Promotion of Guar Crop

      • Area under Guar crop to be increased by incentivising the farmers.

      • Special scheme for the promotion of Guar crop to be launched.

      • Short duration high yielding varieties like H.G. -365 and H.G.-563 will be promoted.

      • Collaboration of Industrial houses.


    Contd..

    • Promotion of Summer Moong

      • Promotion of Summer Moong under Seed Village Scheme.

      • Summer Moong varieties SML -668 to be promoted.

      • 1.3 lac acre area to be brought under Summer Moong.

      • 6,000 demonstration to be organized.

      • 7,000 hectares under Accelerated Pulse Production Programme.

      • Relay cropping of Moong in standing wheat crop on experimental basis.

    • Water Management

      • Year 2010 as “Water Conservation Year”.

      • Promotion of Sprinkler and Drip System.

      • Promotion of U.G.P.L.

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    • Improvement of Soil Health

      • Strengthening of Soil Testing Laboratories.

      • Issue of Soil Health Cards to all farmers.

      • Promotion of Green Manuring and Summer Moong.

      • Subsidized micro-nutrients and Zypsum.


    AVAILABILITY OF CERTIFIED SEED

    KHARIF-2011

    (Qty. in qtls.)

    • Bt. Cotton packets sale during Kharif 2010 was 23.50 lacs packets

    • Requirement during Kharif 2011 is 30.00 lacs packets


    Seed testing
    SEED TESTING

    Licensing Officers - 21

    Notified Seed Inspectors - 83

    Notified State Seed Testing Laboratory - 1 (Karnal)

    Capacity - 10,000 samples per annum

    Quality Control

    • Above figures refer to Sample drawn for Seed Law Enforcement purposes.

    • Samples tested for seed certification purposes not included.

    • One more Seed Testing Laboratory at Sirsa to commence soon.


    Fertilizer availability consumption rabi 2010 11
    FERTILIZER AVAILABILITY & CONSUMPTION RABI 2010-11

    (Lac MTs)

    • Fertilizers shortage experienced in some parts of the State in the month of January due to delayed arrival of railway racks.

    • Presently no shortage of any fertilizers.

    • Increased consumption of nitrogen, Phosphorus & Potash during 2010-11.


    Requirement of fertilizers kharif 2011
    REQUIREMENT OF FERTILIZERS KHARIF - 2011

    (in lac MTs)

    • Hafed to stock 2.00 lac MT urea & 3.00 lac MT DAP.

    • Monitoring of fertilizers on day-to-day basis.

    • Balanced use of fertilizers will be promoted.

    • Urea share of Hafed has increased and Ministry is requested to allocate maximum quantity of urea Fertilizer to IFFCO, KRIBHCO, NFL and IPL to distribute through co-operative channels accordingly.

    • HFFED has stocked 0.07 lac MT and 0.35 lac MT urea.


    Fertilizers testing
    FERTILIZERS TESTING

    Licensing Officers = 21

    Notified Fertilizer Inspectors = 328

    State Fertilizer Quality control lab. = 3 (Karnal, Hisar & Rohtak)

    Capacity = 1700 samples each annually

    Quality Control

    • The sample drawn on request does not warrant any legal action. 13 FIRs have been lodged during 2010-11 for volition of various provisions of FCO-1985


    Integrated nutrient management
    INTEGRATED NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT

    • Farmers’ awareness camps organized for balanced use of fertilizers.

    • Soil Health Cards to more than 9.80 lacs farmers issued.

    • Use of bio-fertilizers like Azotobactor, Rhizobium & PSB promoted.

    • Demonstration on bio-fertilizers organized.

    • Use of micro-nutrients promoted in deficient areas @ 50% subsidy.

    • To mitigate sulphur deficiency, application of gypsum promoted. Subsidy @50% + Transportation cost provided on gypsum.


    National food security mission
    NATIONAL FOOD SECURITY MISSION

    (Rs.in lac)

    * Including Rs. 30 lac of interest accrued from 2007-08 to 2009-10.

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    National food security mission1
    NATIONAL FOOD SECURITY MISSION

    Wheat 2010-11

    (Rs.in lac)

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    Pulses
    PULSES

    (Rs. in lac)

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    Progress under rkvy
    PROGRESS UNDER RKVY

    (Rs.in crore)

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    RKVY

    Sector-wise Allocation & Utilization of Funds

    (Rs. in lac)

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    Rkvy focus areas 2010 11

    RKVYFocus Areas (2010-11)

    Agriculture (68.45%)

    Under Ground Pipe Line.

    Farm Mechanization.

    Promotion of Sugar Cane Cultivation.

    Seed Treatment.

    Soil Health.

    B) Animal Husbandry & Dairying(18.45%)

    Reproductive Health Management.

    “In Situ” Preservation of Top Quality Murrah Buffaloes.

    Modern Technologies in High Tech Dairy Units.

    Outsourcing of A.I. services to the J.K. Trust in the State over a period of 5 years.

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    C) Fisheries (0.5%)

    Strengthening of Fish Seed Production Infrastructure.

    D) Horticulture (2.18%)

    Front Line Demonstrations of High Value/Hybrid Vegetables.

    Use of Solar Panel with Pumps to provide Irrigation facilities.

    Promotion of Integrated Post-Harvest Management.

    Area Expansion of Spices @ 50% subsidy on critical inputs.

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    Micro irrigation 2010 11
    MICRO IRRIGATION (2010-11)

    • Outlay under MI - Rs. 46.57 crore

    • Area to be covered– 62,000 hect.

    • 15,740 hect. area under drip system by Feb., 2011

    • Assistance @ 90% on drip system

    • Promotion of Sprinkler System in a big way

    • More than 1,18,000 sprinkler irrigation systems have been provided on subsidized rate so far

    • 15,500 sprinkler sets is to be installed during 2010-10 with a outlay ofRs. 4,657.00 lac .

    • Promotion of Drip irrigation in sugarcane & cotton crop.

    • 294 hect to be brought under Drip Irrigation System in Cotton crop.


    Agriculture marketing
    AGRICULTURE MARKETING

    • 106 Principal Market Yards, 178 Sub-Yards and 189 purchase center in the State. Farmers need not to travel more than 6-8 Kms. for the sale of their produce.

    • Fruit & Vegetable Markets - 32

    • Fodder Market - 25

    • Cotton Market - 33

    • Agriculture Produce Marketing Act (APMC) amended making enabling provision for contract farming.

    • Development of new Vegetable & Fruit Market at Rohtak, Karnal & Gurgaon is under progress.


    • Development of Modern Farmers’ Market at Panchkula & Mewat with estimated cost of Rs. 90.65 crore & Rs. 9.50 crore, respectively is under progress

    • Waxing, Grading & Packing Unit established at Abubshashr, Sirsa

    • Total 29 units of Pack Houses alongwith cool chain planned to minimize post harvest losses

    • 15 Pack Houses with an estimated cost of Rs. 55 crore under progress

    • Two Food Parks have been planned for Post-Harvest Management like processing, grading, packaging, storage, etc. at Abubshashr ( Sirsa) and Rohtak district.

    • Food Parks have been established at Saha, Narwana, Dabwali and Rai.


    Best practices
    BEST PRACTICES

    Approximately Area covered during 2010-11 – 36,000 ha

    Subsidy - 50% or `60,000/- per beneficiary

    Under Ground Pipe-Line System

    • Availability of additional area for cultivation

    • Saving of irrigation water by 20-25%

    • Improvement in crop productivity by 5%

    • Reduction in cost of cultivation


    Contd.

    Banning the Cultivation of Summer Paddy by enacting legislation “ The Haryana Preservation of Sub Soil Water Act, 2009”

    • Intensive education programme

    • Involvement of PRIs & distt. administration

    • Promotion of alternate crops


    Best practices1
    Best Practices

    Complete Automation in STLs

    • STLs have been computerized.

    • One ICP (Auto Analyzer) installed in the Central Lab at Karnal.

    • Capable to analyze 300 samples a day for all the parameters in one go.

    • Traditionally 60-70 samples can be analyzed by any STL.

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    Horticulture nhm financial review rs in lacs
    HORTICULTURENHM-Financial Review(Rs. in Lacs)

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    Nhm progress component wise
    NHM PROGRESS COMPONENT-WISE

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