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NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON AGRICULTURE RABI CAMPAIGN SEPTEMBER 24th – 25th, 2009 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, HARYANA PowerPoint PPT Presentation


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NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON AGRICULTURE RABI CAMPAIGN SEPTEMBER 24th – 25th, 2009 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, HARYANA. AGRICULTURE AT A GLANCE. Geographical Area (GA) 4.42 m ha (1.4% of India)

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NATIONAL CONFERENCE

ON

AGRICULTURE

RABI CAMPAIGN

SEPTEMBER 24th – 25th, 2009

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, HARYANA


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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 3.74 m ha

    (98.4% of CA)

  • GROSS CROPPED AREA 6.50 m ha

  • CROPPING INTENSITY 182%

  • IRRIGATED AREA 84 %

  • Brackish ground water 54%

  • Farming Family 15.28 lac

  • Small farmers 2.94 lac

  • Marginal Farmers 7.04 lac

  • Others 5.30 lac

  • First in wheat productivity (4614 kg/ha)

  • First in Mustard Productivity (1738 kg/ha)

  • First in Basmati rice export

  • 2nd Largest contributor to the Central Food Grains Pool

  • 3rd Largest producer of Wheat

  • Pioneer in adoption of Zero Tillage Technology


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RAINFALL

(mm)


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Districtwise Distribution of Rainfall – 1st April to 14th Sept., 2009


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KHARIF CROP PRODUCTION

Area in 000 hects.

Av. Yield in kgs/hects.

Production in 000 tonnes

/bales 170 kgs of each.


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RABI CROP PRODUCTION

Area in 000 hects.

Av. Yield in kgs/hects.

Production in 000 tonnes


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STRATEGIES FOR IMPROVING PRODUCTIVITY OF RABI CROPSDURING 2009-10


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Arrangement of certified seeds during Rabi, 2009-10

(Qty. in Qtls.)

  • Adequate arrangement of certified seed

  • Seed replacement of wheat is targeted at 30%

  • Preference to wheat variety DBW-17, WH-711, PBW-550, WH-542 & WH-147

  • Distribution of Barseem minikits under RKVY


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SEED REPLACEMENT RATE OF DIFFERENT CROPS FROM THE YEAR 2003-04 TO 2008-09 &TARGETS FOR 2009-10

(In percentage)


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Strategies to Promote Seed Treatment

  • Seed treatment campaign from 1st to 30th Oct.,2009

  • Campaign committies at state, district & block level constituted

  • Involvement of private sector in seed treatment campaign

  • Radio jingles for seed treatment from AIR Rohtak, Kurukshetra and Hisar

  • Extensive use of print media to educate the farmers.

  • Farmers training camps plans

    Distt. level – 20

    Block level – 120

    Village level –1875

Seed Treatment

  • Fungicides for seed treatment on 50% subsidy will be provided through institutional agencies under RKVY


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SEED TESTING

Licensing Officers 20

Notified Seed Inspectors83

Notified State Seed Testing Laboratory 1 (Karnal)

Annual capacity 10000

Quality control


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FERTILIZER AVAILABILITY & CONSUMPTION DURING 2008-09 AND REQUIREMENT 2009-10

(Lakh MTs)


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Quality Control Mechanism

  • State has notified 323 Insecticide, 185 Fertilizer & 83 Seed Inspectors

  • Three State Pesticides Testing Laboratories located at Karnal, Rohtak & Sirsa with annual analysis capacity of 3300 samples and one new SPTLs is being established at Panchkula with additional capacity of 1100 samples.

  • Three Fertilizer Quality Control Laboratories located at Karnal , Rohtak & Hisar with annual analysis capacity of 5100 samples.

  • State Seed Testing Laboratory situated at Karnal with annual analysis capacity of 10,000 samples.

  • Plan to establish one new seed testing laboratory at Sirsa.

  • Action are taken against defaulters as per provisions of relevant Act, Order and Rules.

  • Distribution of fertilizers is effected in State through 2572 institutional and 6790 private, insecticides through 870 institutional and 6040 private and seed through 108 institutional and 7064 private outlets.


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EXTENSION APPROACHES

  • Extension Machinery strengthened by inducting more extension workers.

  • Campaign for timely sowing and seed treatment.

  • Fortnightly wall magazine (Pratibadh) in all villages under ATMA scheme.

  • Krishi Samvad in all villages (24 dedicated pages to Agriculture sector)

  • Use of EDUSAT for speedy dissemination of information. Tele conference of field workers on monthly basis.

  • Wide use of electronic and Print Media.

  • Kisan Club strengthened by providing office room, computers and fax machine.

  • Farmer’s Development workshop- cum- Exhibition to disseminate information.

    -Strengthening of soil testing laboratories (30).

  • Distribution of 3.00 lacs soil health cards.

  • Promotion of water saving devices.

    -UGPL on 50% subsidy or Rs.60,000 per beneficiary.

    -Sprinkler system on 50% subsidy.

  • Application of gypsum to reclaim alklaine soils & to mitigate sulphur deficiency

  • Promotion of green mannuring.

    -Distribution of Dhaincha seed on 75% subsidy.

    -Plan to cover 2.10 lacs hect. area during current season.


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Contd….

Promotion of Resource Conserving Techniques (RCTs)

Zero till-cum- seed drill – 3000

Rotavator – 1000

Straw Reaper – 500

Laser Leveller – 100

Promotion of Sugarcane Crop

Consistent reduction in sugarcane area.

2007-08 = 1.40 lakh hectare.

2008-09 = 0.90 lakh hectare.

2009-10 = 0.75 lakh hectare.

Promotion of Autumn Planting:

Seed Subsidy @ Rs. 2000/- per acre.

Intercropping in autumn planting to make sugarcane cultivation remunerative.

Farm Mechanization to reduce the dependence on labour.

Sugarcane cutter planter

Trench Planter

Sugarcane Mechanical Harvester,

Cane Loader

Ratoon Management Device

Strengthening of bio-control laboratory.


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THRUST AREAS FOR RABI 2009-10

  • Increased seed replacement rate

    Crop2008-092009-10 (Target)

    Wheat25.9% 30.0%

    Gram10.51% 12.0%

    Barley62.2% 65.0%

    Oilseeds75.67 78.0%

  • Adequate availability of quality Agri inputs.

  • Promotion of Farm Mechanization

  • Water Management

  • Installation of Shallow tube wells to save agriculture land from water logging.

  • Balanced use of fertilizer.

  • Reclamation of saline and alkline soils.

  • Use of micronutrients to replenish micronutrients deficiency.

  • Promotion of Resource Conserving Techniques

    ● Zero Till Seed Drill● Rotavator

    ● Straw Reaper● Reaper binder

    ● Lesser leveler

    • Promotion of autumn planting of sugarcnae.


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NATIONAL FOOD SECURITY MISSION


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PROGRESS REPORT OF NATIONAL FOOD SECURITY MISSION-2008-09

WHEAT

( Rs. in lakhs)


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ACTION PLAN - NFSM 2009-10

(Rs. In Lakh)

WHEAT


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PROGRESS REPORT OF NATIONAL FOOD SECURITY MISSION 2008-09

PULSES

(Rs. in lakhs)


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ACTION PLAN - NFSM 2009-10

(Rs. In Lakh)

PULSES


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FUNDS UTILIZATIONNFSM

2008-09(Rs. in Lakh)


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RELEASE & UTILIZATIOION OF FUNDS UNDER NFSM - 2009-10

(Rs. in Lakh)


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2007-08

(Rs.in lakh)

Progress Under RKVY


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2008-09

Contd.

(Rs.in lakh)


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RKVY - 2009-10

  • Allocation of funds by GOI – Rs.112.77 crore

  • Meeting of SLSC – 03-07-2009 & 28-08-2009

  • Project approved by SLSC – Rs.136.00 crore

  • C-DAP and SAP of all the district submitted to Govt. of India

  • C-DAP of Karnal and Kaithal submitted to Agriculture Economic Research Centre, University of Delhi for evaluation and feed back.


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Best Practices

  • Promotion of Under Ground Pipe Line System to economize the use of irrigation water

    2008-09 - Rs. 10.00 Crore

    2009-10- Rs. 25.00 Crore

  • Use of EDUSAT System for speedy dissemination of information to the extension workers and the farmers.

  • Promotion of Green Mannuring

    2006-07- 52000 ha.

    2007-08- 104000 ha.

    2008-09- 96000 ha.

    2009-10 - 210000 ha.

  • Preservation of sub soil water Act, 2009.

  • Promotion of Paddy transplanter and Laser Leveler .

  • Promotion of summer moong.


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