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Group-I Soil Health Rajasthan Soil Health- Major Concerns. Creation of a data base on agro-eco-regional basis, the resources of native soil fertility, fertilizers, bio-fertilizers, manures and other rural and urban materials.

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Group i soil health rajasthan soil health major concerns

Group-I Soil Health RajasthanSoil Health- Major Concerns

  • Creation of a data base on agro-eco-regional basis, the resources of native soil fertility, fertilizers, bio-fertilizers, manures and other rural and urban materials.

  • Identification of nutritional and other soil related constraints in each agro-eco sub regions for rational use of fertilizers and amendments in different soils and cropping systems to encourage adopt balanced fertilizers use and sustain high crop productivity.

  • Improves the use efficiency of inputs by fully-exploiting the interactions among seed, water, fertilizer (formulation and placement), tillage etc.

  • Monitoring, changes in soil fertility in order to delineate areas of widespread deficiencies of major, secondary and micronutrients to forecast the emergence of deficiencies of these nutrients for making necessary corrections and optimization of fertilizer use in different agro-eco sub regions.


Major concerns cont d

Major Concerns Cont’d

  • Explore the possibilities for progressive reduction in heavy inputs of fertilizer by substituting with manures, crop residues, rural and urban wastes etc. there is also a need for generating technology for conservation and optimum use of all organic resources.

  • Reduction of regional, seasonal and nutritional imbalance of fertilizer use.

  • Development of a sound soil test based fertilizer scheduling system for different cropping systems for precise application of fertilizers and other nutrient resources taking into consideration the crop needs, soil productivity and environmental consequences.

  • Suggestions for increased use of plant nutrients through natural resources like Gypsum, Rock Phosphate etc and thereby reduce dependence of the imported fertilizers like DAP.

  • To suggested use of customized fertilizers and to find out the possibilities of coated and /or fortified fertilizers.


Fertility status of soils of rajasthan

Fertility Status of soils of Rajasthan


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Present status of soil testing in rajasthan

Present status of Soil Testing in Rajasthan


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Year wise progress of soil testing Labs


Alternative strategy adopted for expansion of soil testing services

Alternative strategy adopted - for expansion of soil testing services

  • Based on soil fertility survey of all Panchayat Samittees of the state the village wise soil fertility status have been uploaded on departmental website i.e. www Krishi.rajasthan.gov.in

  • Distribution of 52.50 lac Village level Soil Health and Package of Practice Cards- 100 copies in each village  

  • fertility Status uploaded on Department Website- village wise fertility status of 38091 villages have been uploaded on Rajasthankrishi.gov.in

  • Panchayat Sammittee wise Soil Fertility Maps were digitalized and developed on sun board. Approximately 100 copies of such maps were distributed in each block for its depiction at important places.

  • District wise soil fertility maps- District wise soil fertility maps were developed by SRSAC, Jodhpur and 10 framed copies have been sent to each district for presentation and propagation of soil test and its recommendations.

  • Expansion of soil testing services through PPP mode


Group i soil health rajasthan soil health major concerns

  • Soil Testing and soil health card distribution

  • 36.18 Lac soil & water samples were tested and 30.77 Lac soil health cards distributed from year 2002-03 to 2013-14.

  • 12 new mobile & 14 new static soil testing labs were developed and operational on PPP mode under NPMS&F and 2.03 Lac soil health cards were distributed by these labs so far.

  • Development in micronutrient testing facilities- 0.55 lac samples yearly on average basis are being tested for Zinc, Iron, Copper and Manganese.


Revival and enhancement of soil testing lab programme

Revival and enhancement of Soil testing Lab Programme

Present Status-

  • Soil Testing Labs- 58 (12 mobile and 14Static on PPP mode)

  • Combined Annual Capacity- 5.22 lac samples.

  • Soil health card distributed – 30.77 lac (from 2002-03 to 2013-14)

    Strategy-

  • To cover 68.8 lac land holdings of the state Soil Testing Laboratories should have capacity of providing Soil Health Cards to all the farmers in every 5 years.

  • For this it is assumed that, a soil testing lab of 8000 to 10000 samples/ annum capacity is sufficient for coverage of 50000 ha. net irrigated area and for un-irrigated areas a laboratory of same capacity is sufficient for 150000 ha. area.

    Initiative-

  • 55 new soil testing labs are to be developed in next 03 years. The estimated project cost is 2145 lac

  • These labs will be developed at Agriculture cluster lecel and /or KUMs.

    Special Project

  • Analysis of soil Samples and Providing Soil Health cards to each farm household (Approx. 68.88 lac) of the State in four years through Private Laboratories.

    Estimated Project Cost- Rs 7500 lacs.

    Coverage- All Districts, all land holdings


Soil health management

Soil Health Management

  • . Soil Testing Programme

  • Development of state level soil testing lab for technical enrichment.

  • On line balance nutrient recommendation for crops through Soil Health Cards.

    Initiative:

    Establishment of 55 new soil testing labs in order to cover all land holdings at least ones in 5 years

  • . Reclamation of Alkali Soils

  • Reclamation programme through use of Gypsum

  • Improving productivity through Green Manuring

  • . Integrated Nutrient Management

  • Biofertilizers- to supplement and increase efficiency of applied nutrients

  • Micronutrients-to address deficiencies of micro nutrients and improve productivity

  • . Enhanced use of Organic manures

  • Increasing availability of organic manure


Soil health management1

Soil Health Management

2. Reclamation of Alkali Soils-

  • Around 6.43 lac ha affected with problem of alkali

  • Use of poor quality underground water aggravates the problem

    Strategy

  • Reclamation programme through use of Gypsum and Green Manure

Action Plan

  • Area Proposed in next 5 years - 50000 ha.

  • Support for inputs- gypsum, green manure seed etc.

  • Inputs required per year -

    Gypsum- 35000 MT (Rs 437 lac)

    Green Manure Seed- 6000 Qts. (Rs 99 lac)

    Total Rs. 536.0 Lac

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Group i soil health rajasthan soil health major concerns

Soil Health Management

3. Integrated Nutrient Management

  • Biofertilizers- to supplement and increase efficiency of applied nutrients

  • Present status- 15 lac culture packets for 5 lac ha every year

  • Action Plan- 60 lac culture packets for 20 lac ha every year

  • Total Amount required- Rs 2.00 crore per year

  • Issue-Availability a constraint, high temperature spoils the culture

  • Micronutrients-to address deficiencies of micro nutrients and improve productivity

  • Present status- 1.5 lac ha. Area/year through departmental activities

  • Action Plan- 15 lac ha. area in five years

  • Total Amount required- Rs 75 cr.

  • Supplementing secondary nutrients like Gypsum Calcium, Sulphur

  • Action Plan-

  • 7.30 lac Mt gypsum distribution in next 5 years. (1.40 ,1.40,1.45,1.50 & 1.55 lac MT respectively)

  • Amount required for Gypsum for 5 year- 91.25cr.


Group i soil health rajasthan soil health major concerns

5 year Action Plan


Group i soil health rajasthan soil health major concerns

National Mission for Sustainable Agriculture

Proposed activities under Soil Health Management Component

Project proposal to be approved from GOI


Group i soil health rajasthan soil health major concerns

National Mission for Sustainable Agriculture

Proposed activities under Soil Health Management Component

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Project proposal to be approved from GOI


National mission for sustainable agriculture soil health management component

National Mission for Sustainable AgricultureSoil Health Management Component

Total cost of Proposed Project- 3606.255 lac

Rs in lac


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