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Implementation of Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojna & Preparation of District Agriculture Plan. MAHARASHTRA. (Lakh Ha.). Geographical area 307.58 Gross cropped area 225.56 Net Cropped area 174.73 Gross irrigated area 44.19 (19.64%) Rain fed Area 80.24 % DPAP Area 52%

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Implementation of Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojna & Preparation of District Agriculture Plan

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MAHARASHTRA

(Lakh Ha.)

  • Geographical area 307.58
  • Gross cropped area 225.56
  • Net Cropped area 174.73
  • Gross irrigated area 44.19 (19.64%)
  • Rain fed Area 80.24 %
  • DPAP Area 52%
  • Agro Climatic zones 9
  • GSDA Watersheds 1505 (269- critical)
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Investment in Agriculture (%)

Agriculture & sub-sectors including irrigation

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VIDARBHA

KONKAN

MAHARASHTRA

MARATHWADA

(Lakh Ha.)

WESTERN MAHARASHTRA

  • Geographical area 307.58
  • Gross cropped area 225.56
  • Net Cropped area 174.73
  • Gross irrigated area 44.19 (19.64%)
  • Rain fed Area 80.24 %
  • DPAP Area 52%
  • Agro Climatic zones 9
  • GSDA Watersheds 1505 ( 269- critical)
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Investment in Agriculture (%)

Agriculture & sub-sectors including irrigation

declining size of operational holdings
Declining size of operational holdings

Decade Total no. of No.of Small & Marginal

holdings Farmers________

1970-7149 lakh 21.20 lakh (43%)

2000-01 121 lakh88.86 lakh (73%)

agricultural growth
Agricultural Growth
  • 2002-03 Scarcity- 9714 villages
  • 2003-04 Scarcity - all villages in 11 districts (71 talukas)
  • 2004-05 Scarcity in western Vidarbha region
  • 2005-06 & 2006-07 – Heavy rains & floods

Hyperlink to Graphs

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Agriculture Infrastructure WATERSHED DEVELOPMENT

  • Total geographical area 307 lakh Ha.
  • Area available for S&WC treatment 241 lakh Ha.
  • Area treated so far 93 lakh Ha.
  • Balance Area 148 lakh Ha.
  • Area to be treated in XIth plan 50 lakh ha.
  • Total no. of micro watershed - 44185
  • Micro Watersheds started no. - 30025
  • Micro Watersheds Completed no. - 9853
  • Ongoing micro watersheds no. - 20172
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Horticulture Revolution

EGS linked Horticulture Development Programme

  • Unique Programme linked to EGS led to revolution
  • Mandays generated : 23.33 crore
  • Number of beneficiaries : 15.51 lakh

Areain lakh ha.

Productionin lakh MT.

Fruit Crops

* Total area : 18.43 lakh h * Productive area : 14.96 lakh ha.

strategy to increase farm incomes
Increasing cropping intensity

based on watershed development and maximum development and utilization of existing irrigation

  • Closing yield gaps
  • Farming Systems approach

Dairy, goat rearing, sericulture, fishery etc

  • Improving rural infrastructure to access markets faster
  • Better market opportunities

agro processing market information, facilitating contract farming and access to urban markets

Strategy to increase farm incomes
achievable yield gap

(Tri ennium ending 2006-07)

Average Yield / Ha.

Field Level Demo. Yield/Ha.

Achievable Yield Gap

Arhar

achievable yield gap1

(Tri ennium ending 2006-07)

Average Yield / Ha.

Field Level Demo. Yield/Ha.

Achievable Yield Gap
bridging the yield gaps strategy
Farm field schools –to bridge skill and knowledge gap
  • Front line demonstrations
  • Popularisation of SRI technology in eastern Vidarbha
  • In-situ water conservation
  • Improving SRR through quality seed supply & seed treatment.
  • Seed village programme
  • Soil health improvement

- integrated nutrient management, use of micro nutrients and soil health card.

  • Training of agriculture staff by SAUs
Bridging the yield gaps - Strategy
bridging the yield gaps strategy1

To develop micro watersheds on 50 lakh ha. by convergence of NREGP, DPAP, NWDPRA, IWDP & other state programmes

  • By bringing more area of gram & Rabi jowar under irrigation
  • To provide protective irrigation
    • Massive farm pond programme(1 lakh –2 lakh ha )
    • To develop ground water potential by dug wells ( 2 lakh)
  • Repairs & remodeling of Malgujari tanks, irrigation tube wells and bodis in Eastern Vidarbha.
Bridging the yield gaps – Strategy
agriculture production targets
AGRICULTURE PRODUCTION TARGETS
  • Cereals to increase by 13.91 lakh MT
  • Pulses to increase by 4.9 lakh MT
  • Oilseeds to increase by 8.04 lakh MT
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Agriculture Production

Area in lakh ha., Production in lakh MT, Productivity in kg/ha.

Production of Cotton in lakh bales of 170 kg each, productivity of Sugarcane in Tonnes/ha.

national food security mission
Rice - 6 districts

Bhandara, Chandrapur, Gadchiroli, Gondia, Nasik, Pune

  • Wheat - 8 Districts

Ahmednagar, Aurangabad, Dhule, Nagpur, Nasik, Parbhani, Pune, Solapur

  • Pulses - 18 Districts

Ahmednagar, Akola, Amravati, Aurangabad, Buldhana, Chandrapur, Hingoli, Jalgaon, Jalana, Latur, Nagpur, Nanded, Nasik, Osmanabad, Parbhani, Wardha, Wasim, Yavatmal

National Food Security Mission
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MAHARASHTRA

  • Hon. Prime Minister took a joint review of agricultural sector of Maharashtra on 31st August 2007 at Mumbai and key thrust areas were identified in agricultural sector through Maharashtra Resolution.
  • It covered sectors like Agricultural, Animal Husbandry, Dairy Development, Fisheries, Co-operative Sector,Minor Irrigation, Watershed Developments, Marketing and Horticulture.
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R.K.V.Y

i) State Level Sanctioning Committee headed by Hon.Chief Secretary.

ii) Divisional Committee headed by Divisional Commissioner.

iii) District Committee headed by District Collector.

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Continued…

iv) Technical support Group Committee headed by District Superintendent Agriculture Officer.

v)Maharashtra Small Farmers Agri-Business Consortium identified as a Nodal Agency

vi)A committee under Additional Chief Secretary(Planning) for scrutinizing proposals.

vii) A committee under Principal Secretary, Agriculture for review of the scheme.

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Items

Amount

Sanctioned (in Crores)

Stream-I

114.80

Stream-II

34.50

Preparation of C-DAP

3.10

Total

152.40

Grants received from GoI for 2007-08

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Department

Scheme

Amount Req. (in Crores)

District of the State

Water Conservation

Farm Pond

80.00

16 Dist. Of Vidarbha & Marathwada Region

Water Conservation

Repairs of Malgujari Tank

20.00

Gadchiroli, Chandrapur, Gondia, Bhandara

Water Conservation

Shallow Tubewells

14.00

Gadchiroli, Chandrapur, Gondia, Bhandara, Ramtek Tal. Of Nagpur

Co-operation & Marketing

Onion Storage Structure

15.00

All Dist.

Co-operation & Marketing

PACs Godowns

20.00

All Dist.

Total

--

149.00

--

Sanctioned Projects under stream-I during 2007-08

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Department

Items

Phy. Target

Phy.

Achieve-ment

Fin. Target (Rs. In Crores)

Fin. Achieve-ment

(Rs. In Crores)

Water Conservation

Farm Pond (No.)

17500

2063

80.00

3.65

Water Conservation

Repairs of Malgujari Tank (No.)

595

123

20.00

--

Water Conservation

Shallow Tubewells (No.)

174

--

14.00

--

Co-operation & Marketing

Onion Storage Structure (MT)

73533

--

11.00

--

Total

--

--

125.00

3.65

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Physical & Financial Progress of stream-I during 2007-08

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district agriculture plan

1.DAPs were being prepared as per state strategy.However ,the Government of India appointed a Committee for formulating guidelines and formats of DAPs under Commissioner of Agriculture,Government of Maharashtra.

2.As per these new guidelines the draft district agriculture plans are being redrafted.

3.These new DAPs will cover projects sanctioned so far and being sanctioned in future under stream I.

4. On the basis of this, the state agriculture plans will be finally drafted.

District Agriculture Plan
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Status of C-DAP in Maharashtra

  • Out of 33 Districts 17 Districts prepare a Comprehensive District Agriculture Plan (C-DAP).
  • Thane,Raigad, Ratnagiri, Nashik, Dhule, Jalgaon, Nandurbar, Satara, Kolhapur, Osmanabad,Nagpur,Wardha, Gadchiroli , Chandrapur, Solapur ,Beed,Nanded
  • Swami Ramanand Tirth Research Institute Aurangabad has been appointed for seven Dist. in Marathwada.
  • Process of appointment of institutes for remaining Dist is in Progress.

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Following Institutes are appointed by Govt. Of India for preparation of C-DAP

YASHADA, Pune Aurangabad & Akola Dist.

MYRADA, Banglore Solapur Dist.

AFPRO, New Delhi Dhule Dist.

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RKVY Programme 2008-09** For 2008-09 Budgetary provision of Rs. 269.63 crores is made.

** Farm pond programme with 21500 farm ponds for 08-09 to be continued.

** Apart from the farm ponds, other programmes i.e. Animal husbandary,dairy,marketing etc. will be considered in screeing committee/SLSC meeting for 08-09

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ISSUES RELATED TO AGRICULTURE

1.Animal husbandary, dairy,fisheries sector to be included in the definition of Agriculture for the purpose of Income Tax..

2. The rate of interest for medium term loans for the poultry , dairy . animal husbandry should be the same as crop loans , these subsectors are the focal ones to generate higher incomes and hence such a step will go a long way to help farmers. In these sectors , the initial indivisible bulk investment is very large, hence the request.

3. Massive programme of artificial well recharging through Dug-well is required.

4. cool chain infrastructure , railways for perishable transport and removing infrastructure hurdles for transport of fruits and milk.

5 Long term export policy for agri exports should be evolved farmers should be free to export when trade favours ,no export bans and discontinuity.

issues

ISSUES

1. FERTILIZER movements are posing real critical gaps .. Railway rakes, rakepoints and rock phosphate availabilty.

2. Pesticides are prices have increased more than 70 % due to restrictions in China .. Olympic games pollution controls .PLANT PROTECTION WILL SUFFER.

3. Energy issues are “real” issues .

4. Export subsidy on skimmed milk powder needs to be restored.

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Continued....

5. Funds released by GoI to the state is required to

be budgeted through regular budgetary procedure.Therefore the funds may be released directly to the Nodal agency appointed under this scheme or to the PLA account opened specially for this Scheme.

6. As the the PLANNING COMMISSION has released the guidelines very recently, the plans will take time to get ready in new formats, the Funds for 2008-09 may be released subject to the finalisation of DAPs and SAP and inclusion of the proposed project in the said plans.which are in progress.The funds should be released based on the present drafts of DAPS