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Proposal for Best performing state Award Scheme Foodgrain Production during 2010-11. Prabhakar K. Deshmukh IAS Commissioner Agriculture, Maharashtra. Challenges. Rainfed area (83%). Shallow soils (40%). Degraded lands (42%). Drought prone area (52%). Coarse cereals Low value &

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Proposal for Best performing state

Award Scheme

Foodgrain Production during 2010-11

Prabhakar K. Deshmukh IAS

Commissioner Agriculture, Maharashtra

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Challenges

Rainfed area

(83%)

Shallow soils

(40%)

Degraded lands

(42%)

Drought prone area

(52%)

Coarse cereals

Low value &

declining demands

(Jowar, Bajra)

Small Holdings

89 lakh holdings < 2 ha. (73%)

Av. Holding size - 1.33 ha.

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Results of Crop Cutting experiments by SASA

(as per IIIrd Advance estimate)

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Results of Crop Cutting experiments by SASA

Area, Production and Productivity : (as per IIIrd Advance estimate)

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Procurement figures of foodgrains for 2010-11

Endorsed by State Food Secretary

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Expenditure under State as well as CentralProgrammes

(Supporting Foodgrain Production)

(Rs. in Crores)

* Less release by GOI in 2007-08

** Rs. 11 Crore released by the end of March 2011

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Major Interventions taken under State & Central Programmes

  • B.RKVY
  • CROPSAP :
  • 4 major crops,
  • 30000 villages,
  • 92 lakh ha. area
  • Paddy seed distribution in KonkanSRR Achieved
  • 2009-10 : 35476 Qtl. 32
  • (1.18 lakh ha. area)
  • 2010-11 : 33200 Qtls. 37
  • (1.10 lakh ha. area)
  • Strengthening of Quality Control Labs :
  • Enhanced capacity of fertilizer/ insecticide / residue testing laboratory with greater accuracy from 30 to 150%
  • Farm ponds: 62017
  • Bodi Repair : 1614
  • NFSM
  • FFS : 2689,
  • No. of farmers trained - 80670
  • Community nursery of paddy :
  • Nursery area : 337 ha.
  • Area covered : 3370 ha.
  • Convergence of RKVY & NFSM
  • Pump sets : 12871 &
  • Sprinkler sets : 4174

Use of pump sets in cluster on farm pond for protective irrigation

  • Seed distribution SRR Achieved
  • Paddy : 1.09 lakh Qtl.; 44
  • Wheat : 2.78 lakh Qtl. 43
  • Pulses : 1.53 lakh Qtl.

(Tur -29, Mung- 34, Udid-44,Gram -21)

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Conversion of Farm Pond with Pump sets

A3P Mung Demonstration plot

Use of Sprinkler Set in Wheat

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Accelerated Pulse Production Programme

(A3P) - 2010-11

  • Strategy
  • Cluster Approach
  • Farmers Group Strengthening
  • Training of group leaders & Farmers with involvement of SAUs
  • Improved technology package as recommended by SAU
  • Technology Dissemination through Cyber Extension
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Case study

  • Village - Ghusur , Block & District – Akola
  • Total farm families in the village – 900
  • Farm pond constructed – 110 under RKVY

FARM PONDS

Area brought under protective irrigation – 250 Ha.

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New Initiatives / Innovations Taken

  • Crop Pest Surveillance & Advisory Project ( CROPSAP)
  • In-Situ Soil Moisture Conservation
  • Dr. Panjabrao Deshmukh Krishi Mahotsav
  • Cyber Extension
  • Maha Krishi Sanchar
  • Dhanya Bazar
  • Agro Journalism Workshop
  • Project based Agriculture Extension
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Crop Pest Surveillance and Advisory Project(CROPSAP)

Objectives:-

Pest surveillance

Pest Advisory

Awareness creation

Pest Management-IPM

Area of Operation :

Soybean : 26.00 Lakh Ha.

Cotton : 39.73 Lakh Ha.

Pigeonpea : 13.84 Lakh Ha.

Paddy : 13.65 Lakh Ha.

Gram : 14.15 Lakh Ha.

TOTAL : 109.00 Lakh Ha.

Districts : 33 (89 Subdivisions)

Talukas : 342

Villages : 35000

Soybean : Impact assesment

award scheme

In-situ Soil Moisture Conservation

Award Scheme

Activities

Contour cultivation & sowing

Adoption of inter cropping

Opening of Dead furrows

Opening of furrow in standing crops

Broad ridges & furrows

Close bed / compartment bunding

(Increase in yield : 15 to 25%)

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Dr.Punjabrao Deshmukh Krishi Mahotsav

16th May to 4th June 2011

  • Being implemented since 2008-09
  • Focus on Project based Agriculture Extension
  • Programmes in 3606 projects & 7000 villages during campaign period.
  • Components :-
    • Presentations on technology
    • Mobile Agriculture Exhibitions (Agriculture Float).
    • Farmer to Farmer' extension
    • Live Demonstrations
    • Farmers/Scientists interventions
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Dr.Punjabrao Deshmukh Krishi Mahotsav

Seed Treatment Demonstrations

cyber extension
Cyber Extension

1. Agro advisory though SMS

  • Timely, precise and location specific advisory to the farmers on crop management, crop health, Agro- meteorology etc. in Marathi and English
  • 2.42 lakh Farmers registered
  • 226 lakh SMS advisory broadcasted
  • Advisory on 43 Major crops

2. MahaKrishi Sanchar (CUG)

  • Subscribers : 7.50 lakh farmers, field functionaries & scientists
  • Rent : Rs. 99/month – unlimited within CUG + free 500 min. & 400 SMS
  • 3. Use of CDs for effective dissemination of crop technologies
dhanya bazar
Dhanya Bazar

To promote direct marketing - farmers to consumers in each district

Bhimthadi Jatra

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Agro Journalism Workshop

  • Organization of Agro Journalism workshop at Dr.Balasaheb Sawant Konkan Krishi Vidyapeeth, Dapoli.
  • Awareness about agricultural programmes & Technology.
  • Promotion of training kit-Background note, CDs, Literature etc.
  • Follow up and networking with the media participants.
project based agricultural extension
Project based Agricultural Extension
  • Micro projects of 100 to 500 ha.
  • Groups of 10 to 25 farmers
  • Programme implementation through group leaders
  • Training of Group Leaders
  • Project Manager: Agriculture officer/Agri. Supervisor
  • Base Line survey
    • Soil Analysis - Water Availability
    • Technology Gap - IPM , INM
    • Processing - Marketing
    • Productivity Gap
project based agricultural extension1
Project based Agricultural Extension

Productivity target for project area

Orientation training of improved technology packages with emphasis on insitu moisture conservation technology

Technology transfer with the help of SAU / KVK to Group leaders

Harvesting & Productivity Analysis.

Post harvest technology for value addition through group.

Marketing linkage to the consumer group or processing industry or market.

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Planned Projects 2011-12

Project based Extension

Formation of

Farmer Groups

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Inter-Departmental coordination

with power, irrigation, fertilizers, credit etc.

  • 1.Kharif & Rabi Season Plan & Review Meetings
  • At District & State level
  • Organized in the month of May
  • Hon. CM, Dy. CM, All concerned Ministers & Secretaries, Divisional Commissioners, Collectors & CEOs, SAUs, KVKs, Inputs supply agencies etc.
  • 2. Convergence of Research and Extension
  • Technical workshops – with SAUs & KVKs
  • Allotment of one scientist from SAU to each district
  • Training of master trainers in SAUs & KVKs
  • Training of farmers group leaders for technology dissemination
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Group Farming

Future of Agriculture