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National Conference on Agriculture . for. Kharif Campaign 2008. Maharashtra State. 26 th – 27 th February 2008. Department of Agriculture Government of Maharashtra . Kharif Prospects. Area in lakh ha., Production in lakh MT, Productivity in kg/ha.

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National Conference on Agriculture

for

Kharif Campaign 2008

Maharashtra State

26th – 27th February 2008

Department of Agriculture

Government of Maharashtra

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Kharif Prospects

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.

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Rabi / Summer Assessment

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

national food security mission
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

area production productivity

National Food Security Mission

Area, Production & Productivity

Area in lakh ha., Production in lakh MT, Productivity in Kg/ha.)

rashtriya krishi vikas yojana rkvy
Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojana ( RKVY)
  • Govt. of India has allocated an amount of Rs. 139.10 crores for the year 2007-08.
  • Released Rs. 34.50 crores under stream II.
  • The state level sanctioning committee, held its first meeting on 4th Dec. 2007
  • C-DAP preparation in progress, consultants appointed
rashtriya krishi vikas yojana rkvy8
Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojana ( RKVY)

Farm Ponds:-

  • in 16 cotton growing districts of Vidharbha & Marathwada
  • Target for 2007-2008 - 17500 farm ponds ,
  • Amount sanctioned - 80.00 crores.

Shallow tube wells:-

  • Eastern region of Vidarbha.
  • Target is 1150 tube wells
  • Amount sanctioned - 14.00 crores

Repairs to Malgujari Tanks:-

  • Gadchiroli, Bhandara, Gondia & Chandrapur districts.
  • Linked with NREGA.
  • The skilled portion of work would be taken from the funds of RKVY and unskilled portion of the work would be taken under NREGA.
  • Amount sanctioned - Rs. 20.00 crores.
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Extension Reforms

ATMA

  • Activities in 2007-08
    • Farmers training(21 days) - 34572 farmers
    • Demonstrations - 3858
    • Exposure Visits - 2403
    • Exhibitions - 6
    • Literature published - 39 publications
    • Mobilisation of farmer groups - 55
    • Farmer –Scientist interaction - 10
    • Kisan Goshti - 25
    • Farmer awards - 15
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SEED

  • State is ahead in SRR –
    • Soybean (45%),
    • Bajra (75%),
    • Udid (46%),
  • Planned to increase SRR in Tur,Mung, Sunflower
  • Five year Seed plan prepared to double the certified seed production.
agro processing marketing
AGRO Processing & Marketing
  • 294 APMC’s, 608 sub-markets- Turnover- Rs. 25000 cr.
  • MoU with REUTERS for information dissemination through SMS
  • Two wine parks at Nasik & Sangli: 36 wineries in production.
  • Floriculture Park near Pune : 24 units in production.
  • Established 10 Export Facility Centers under 6 AEZs.
  • Vapour Heat Treatment facility developed at Navi Mumbai – more than 8000 MTs fruits & veg. exported.
  • Trained 40,000 farmers enabling an export of more than 400 MTs of horticulture produce.
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( Excluding Drought Years )

Estimated

Lakh MT

Expected NPK Ratio

3.11 : 1.80 : 1

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Use of Pesticides

Decline in pesticide consumption by 24%

(compared to 1985-86 to 1995-96 with 1996-97 to 2006-07)

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Maharashtra Agriculture Productivity ImprovementCampaign

MAHA-PIC

  • 2. Farmers
  • Field School
  • Seed
  • Production
  • 3. Extension
  • Projects
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Seed Village Programme

  • For insuring quality seed availability,
  • During 2007-08.
    • Seed production programme organised on - 46,000 ha.
    • Producing 6,70,000 quintals seed, On farmers fields
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Soil Health Cards

  • Massive programme for distribution of soil analysis including micro nutrients & distribution of Soil Health Cards
  • A massive drive of testing 4,40,000 soil samples ( 10 from each village) are taken during 2007-08 .
  • Help to generate fertility index maps for all the villages .
  • This maps in turn will enable us to bring qualitative improvement nutrient management.
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Organic Farming

  • Total Area covered under Organic farming - 6.50 lakh ha.
  • Area registered for certification – 1.14 lakh ha.
    • Certified Area –0.42 lakh ha.
    • Under conversion – 0.72 lakh ha.
  • No. of Organic Service providers - 91 NGO
  • Model Organic farm - 37
  • No. of organic certification agencies- 6 ( India -11)
  • No. of Vermi culture Units – 8000
  • No. of Vermi Compost Units – 1,29,000
  • No. of Bio-dynamic Units – 1,01,000
tof ffs to promote ipm
ToF & FFS to Promote IPM

* No. of ToF Held - 54, * Total facilitators – 1652

Farmers Trained – 3.56 lakh

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Micro-irrigation :

  • More than 60 registered manufacturers of drip & sprinklers in the State (2005-06)
  • More than 18.43 lakh ha. area under fruit crops
  • More than 5.51 lakh ha. Area covered under Micro irrigation under horticultural & cash crops
  • More than 3.83 lakh ha.area under Drip irrigation & More than 1.68 lakh ha. area covered under sprinkler irrigation for cereals , oilseeds, pulses & cotton
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Issues For Consideration

  • Buffer Stock Scheme for seed may be introduced to make sufficient availability of breeder , foundation & certified seeds
  • 10 more Railway rake points & godowns in remote areas required to overcome fertiliser shortages ,
  • For promoting inter state trade present railway network needs to be provided with refrigeration facilities for transportation of fruits & vegetables all over the country
  • There should be private initiative for transport of vegetables & fruits, urgent initiatives needs to be taken by Ministry of Agril. GOI
  • BPT/ JNPT need to establish facility for imports & bagging of fertilisers for transporting fertilisers to kandla
  • Strengthening of existing ports at Dharamtar & Karwar
  • New port facilities at Vijaydurg in Sindhudurg, Dighi, Revas in Raigad, Alewadi in Thane
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Issues For Consideration

REVAMPING OF NHM

  • Revision of crop wise cost norms of fruit crops as per cost norms given under EGS linked Horticulture Development Programme of the State.
  • Increase in the cost norms of establishment of model nurseries and small nurseries.
  • Strengthening and up gradation of existing nurseries should be included as a component in NHM.
  • Increase in the cost norms of polyhouse.
  • Inclusion of shade net house as a component under NHM.
  • Inclusion of new crops in existing clusters.
  • Incorporation of mechanization component in Horticulture Development.
  • The subsidy amount for subcomponents of post harvest management needs to be increased to 50 %.
  • Cost norms of Cold Storage components needs to be revised.
  • Waiver of credit linked condition to Onion storage structures which are already completed.
goals for xi th f y p
Goals for XI th F.Y.P.
  • Maximizing farmers income
  • Better livelihood systems for farmers
  • Sustainable agriculture through Watershed development, Integrated Crop Management & Organic farming
  • Encouraging Contract Farming, Public- Private Partnership
  • Encouraging non-farm activities related to agriculture

in rural areas

  • Strengthening Infrastructure, capacity building of farmers & extension personnel
agricultural production targets 11 th five year plan
Agricultural Production targets* 11th Five Year Plan *

Lakh MT

Cotton in lakh bales

  • Cereals to increase by 13.91 lakh MT
  • Pulses to increase by 4.9 lakh MT
  • Oilseeds to increase by 8.04 lakh MT