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ANNUAL ACTION PLAN 2007-08 STATE HORTICULTURE MISSION ANDHRA PRADESH. TOTAL NO OF DISTRICTS - 23 NO OF DISTRICT COVERED IN NHM 2005-06 - 12 2006-07 - 06 TOTAL 18 DISTRICTS COVERED UNDER PM’s REHABILITATION PACKAGE PROGRAM - 16 DISTRICTS PROPOSED TO BE ADDED IN NHM

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ANNUAL ACTION PLAN 2007-08

STATE HORTICULTURE MISSION

ANDHRA PRADESH

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TOTAL NO OF DISTRICTS - 23

NO OF DISTRICT COVERED IN NHM 2005-06 - 12

2006-07 - 06

TOTAL 18

DISTRICTS COVERED UNDER PM’s REHABILITATION PACKAGE PROGRAM - 16

DISTRICTS PROPOSED TO BE ADDED IN NHM

DURING 2007-08 - 2

(RAMPACHODAVARAM OF EAST GODAVARI & PADERU OF VISAKHAPATNAM DISTRICT)

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FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

(Rs. in Crores)

YearOutlayReleasesExpenditure

2005-06 84.87 44.20

2006-07 123.17 75.00

90.91

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AREA EXPANSION ANALYSIS

(in Ha.)

PERENIALS VS NON-PERENIALS

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AREA EXPANSION ANALYSIS

Major Crops Coverage

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ACHIEVEMENT OF STATE HORTICULTURE MISSION

  • Additional 62,000 Ha. Of land brought under Horticulture crops.
  • More Coverage small and marginal farmers belonging to SC/ST & OBC farmers.
  • Reviving the defunct & underdeveloped public farms into model nurseries.
  • Effective extension work through outsourcing staff
  • Promotion of organic farming for fruits & vegetables.
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COMPONENT-WISE FINANCIAL OUTLAY

(Rs. In Lakh)

(Rs. In Lakhs)

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Area Expansion – Justification for higher Outlays

  • Crop Diversification due to continuous drought & erratic Rainfall
  • Sustainable Returns to SF/MF
  • Productivity enhancement through MIP.
  • Promoting fruit crops in Potential Districts & Identified clusters.
  • Market Prices are stable when compared to Agri-products.
  • Changing food habits leading to steady increase in consumption.
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Strategy for Implementation of PHM & Marketing Infrastructure

  • Constitution of Core Group with participation of Government & representatives of industries to review the implementation.
  • Conducting Regional Workshop/ exhibition for creating demand.
  • Organizing grower CIGs (Crop-wise).
  • Providing land in Market Yards on lease basis.
  • Preparing detailed projects for existing Market Yards by professional agency.
  • Constant liaison with Retail Chain agencies for ensuring stable Supply Chain.
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STRATEGY FOR 2007-08

  • Convergence of Area Expansion Programs with A.P. REGS, CLDP & Watershed programs of Rural Development Department.
  • 100% integration of plantation with Micro Irrigation.
  • Study into infrastructural gaps of marketing and Post Harvest of Horticultural Produce by professional agency.
  • Promoting crop specific grower self help groups.
  • Road shows & Regional Conferences to promote Post Harvest Infrastructure enterprises.
  • Transparency in implementation by
  • -Developing database of beneficiaries
  • -Sharing information with village organizations/ local bodies.
  • -Extensive verification of the implementation of the program by third party.
  • Promoting public - private partnership in Post Harvest & Marketing infrastructure projects
  • Development of quality training modules to farmers (in print & audio-visual media)
  • Integration of field staff of State Horticulture Mission & MIP for effective synergy
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ISSUES FOR CONSIDERATION

  • Enhancement of subsidy for Post Harvest & Marketing infrastructure from present 25 to 50%.
  • Delegating project sanctioning responsibility upto a financial ceiling of Rs.5.00 lakhs to State Mission.
  • Permitting districts to engage one Post Harvest & Marketing resource person on contract basis.
  • Enhancing the strength of field consultants at district level.
  • Reworking the assistance to be provided under INM/IPM on realistic terms (crop-wise).
  • Provision for transport subsidy to grower CIGs along with other incentives.
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