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Programme. and Policies. BGREI. ODISHA. Physical and Financial Review of BGREI. Fin:Rs. in lakh. PHYSICAL PROGRESS UNDER BGREI-2012-13. PHYSICAL PROGRESS UNDER BGREI-2012-13. Strategic Plans for improving Agril Production and Productivity. Crop Demonstration - Rice

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  1. Programme and Policies BGREI ODISHA

  2. Physical and Financial Review of BGREI Fin:Rs. in lakh



  5. Strategic Plans for improving Agril Production and Productivity

  6. Crop Demonstration - Rice • 155 clusters of each 1000 ha under Rice Demonstration in different agro-ecological zones like : • Rain fed upland eco system – 7 clusters • Irrigated hybrid eco system – 20 clusters • Rain fed shallow low land – 65 clusters • Irrigated hyv rice – 63 clusters • Soil test based nutrient application – soil sample analysis of 30 samples for major nutrients and 3 samples for micro nutrients.

  7. New varieties released during last 10 years given priority. • Demonstration of Naveen, Barshadhan, Ranidhan, Pratikhya, Sahabhagi, RGL 2537, RGL 2538, Geetanjali, Swarna Sub1 given importance for demonstration. • Foundation seeds promoted in 25 clusters for seed production programme. • Popularisation of hybrids like Ajaya, Rajalaxmi and KRH-2 in 20000 hectare area. 3000 qtls of seeds procured from GoI undertakings like HIL, and SFCI as well as MoU farms of CRRI.

  8. Application of weedicides – importance for dose and time of application. • Mechanical weeding by using power/ cono/ mandwa weeder. • Line sowing/ Transplanting is mandatory for entire demonstration of 155 clusters covering 155000 hectare. • Sowing of seeds by using drum seeder. • Pest and disease management through procurement of need based pesticides. • E-pest surveillance taken up through out the State. • Joint supervision and guidance to the farmers by Govt officials and KVK scientists.

  9. Asset Building • Providing life saving irrigation through supply of 23000 pump sets with 50% subsidy limited to Rs.10,000/-. • Power tillers – 2000 nos with 40% subsidy limited to Rs.45,000/-. • Combine Harvester – 80 nos. with 50% subsidy limited to Rs.400,000/-. • Paddy Reaper – 550 nos with 25% subsidy limited to Rs.40,000/-. • Paddy Transplanter – 300 nos with 25% subsidy limited to Rs.40,000/-. • Power Thresher – 3545 nos with 25% subsidy limited to Rs.5000/- • Rotavator – 600 with 40% subsidy limited to Rs.20,000/-. • Spl. Power Driven Implements – 800 nos with 40% subsidy limited to Rs.20,000/-. (Since other sources of funding are available under life saving irrigation, sanction under Asset Building is proposed to be diverted to Mechanization)

  10. Site Specific Needs • Farm-cum-Fish ponds (1000 nos) in coastal area where depth of water rises to 2 ft – unsuitable for crop production. Cost of each unit Rs.70,000/-(Farmers’share 10,000/- and Govt. subsidy Rs.60,000/-) • Creation of community irrigation projects – 10 acres of patch –Programme of 684 patches. Cost of each patch is Rs.6,00,000 at 100 % subsidy • Check Dam/ Diversion Weirs- Programme for 10 projects with estimated cost of Rs.50 lakh each.

  11. Inter Departmental Policy and Programmatic Convergence

  12. Policies • Extending Green revolution to area with low irrigation facility • Sustained productivity and conservation farming • Concurrent attention to soil health, water conservation and preservation of bio-diversity • To rejuvenate the farm sector with Techno-managerial advancement to enhance the Productivity, Profitability and Sustainability of the major farming systems • Chalking out programme for different Agro-climatic regions • Attracting and retaining educated youth in farming and substantially improving the livelihood of the farmers of the state

  13. Marketing and Procurement • Procurement of paddy is done by different agencies like State Civil Supplies Corporation, PACS, MARKFED in the mandies created within the reach of the farmers. • The seeds are procured by OSSC under Seed Production Programme.

  14. Specific Areas of Strategic Research • Development of suitable rice varieties for saline and deep water eco-systems. • Development of farmer friendly low drudgery manual weeding equipment.

  15. Technological Interventions • Deep Ploughing by Tractor Drawn M.B Plough / Rotavator • Seedling Root Dip/Nursery Treatment • Weed Management – Chemical/ Mechanical • Line Transplanting / Sowing • Use of Plastic drum seeder • Use of Transplanter • Use of Micro Nutrients based on Soil Test Results

  16. ROLE OF CRRI • Director, CRRI is the member of the Central Steering Committee (CSC). • The CSC guides the implementation process, making suggestion for improvement basing on the State Level Monitoring Teams (SLMT). • CCRI, Cuttack is the nodal institute in the monitoring team and acts as the main bridge between the CSC, SLMT and DLMT. • The CRRI and its partner institutes are responsible for scientific supervision and technical guidance and will visit 10% of the districts.

  17. ROLE OF OUAT • Identify the priority area to plan right interventions • Close monitoring of implementation – ensure quality technologies and services are extended to farmers. ROLE OF KVK • Provide feedback to SLMT on quality implementation of the project. • Extend technical backstopping for the demonstrations. • Monitor the programme and submit report to CRRI at monthly intervals.

  18. Monitoring Structure In addition to State level Monitoring Team (SLMT), the DLMT have been formed at the district level for regular monitoring of the Project. Set up of District Level Monitoring Team (DLMT) PD, ATMA Scientists of KVK Consultant, ATMA District level Agril Engineer Representative of District Collector District representative of WR Deptt The Team will meet once every month (3rd week) and review progress of implementation.

  19. Kharif Crop Prospects and Input Supply Position

  20. Crop Prospects Kharif-2012 (Area in ‘000 ha)

  21. Seed Supply Position (Qtl) during Kharif 2012

  22. Fertilizer Supply Position (MT) during Kharif 2012

  23. GLORY OF BGREI 2011-12

  24. Physical and Financial Review of BGREI Fin.: Rs. in lakh

  25. Outcome Derived • Wide acceptance of Line Sowing and Transplanting • Use of Drum Seeder in up-Land & Medium Land Created a new hope • Role of Micro- Nutrient (Zinc Sulfate) in increasing the Productivity is well understood by the Farmers • Support of N.G.Os made the task of other stake holder easier • Increase in Yield was significant (up to 50%)

  26. Results of BGREI in Rainfed Up- Land

  27. Results of BGREI in Rainfed Shallow low- Land

  28. Results of BGREI in Irrigated HYV

  29. Results of BGREI in Irrigated Hybrid Paddy

  30. Yield Comparison in Rainfed Up-Land

  31. Rainfed Shallow Low Land

  32. Irrigated High Yielding Variety

  33. Irrigated Hybrid

  34. % Yield Increase in Rainfed Up-Land

  35. % Yield Increase inRainfed Shallow Low Land

  36. % Yield Increase in Irrigated High Yielding Variety

  37. % Yield Increase in Irrigated Hybrid

  38. Thank You

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