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KRISHI KARMAN AWARDS. MEETING OF THE SCREENING COMMITTEE Date: 14 th December’2013 Krishi Bhawan , New Delhi . TRIPURA. TRIPURA AT A GLANCE. Geographical area 10.49 Lakh hectares. Forest Area 62% TGA Gross Cropped Area 4.72 Lakh hectares Net cropped Area 2.55 Lakh hectares

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krishi karman awards

KRISHI KARMAN AWARDS

MEETING

OF THE

SCREENING COMMITTEE

Date: 14th December’2013

KrishiBhawan, New Delhi.

tripura at a glance
TRIPURA AT A GLANCE
  • Geographical area 10.49 Lakh hectares.
  • Forest Area 62% TGA
  • Gross Cropped Area 4.72 Lakh hectares
  • Net cropped Area 2.55 Lakh hectares
  • Cropping Intensity – 185 %
  • Average Size of holding – 0.56 ha
  • 96% farmers are small & marginal
  • Agriculture is the state's dominant sector with a contribution of about 23 per cent to the Net State Domestic Product (NSDP).

Contd…

demographic profile
Demographic Profile
  • Population – 36.71 Lakhs
  • ST- 31 %, SC-17 %
  • Decadal Growth Rate –

16.03 % ( 1991-2001)

14.75% ( 2001-2011)

  • Population Density – 350/ Sq Km
  • Literacy Rate - 87.75% (94 % Present)
climate
Climate
  • Climate of Tripura is Humid Sub-tropical
  • Long Term Average (LTA) Annual Rainfall – 220 cm
  • No. of Rainy days - 99 days
  • Annual Rainfall Variability – 20%
  • Percent rainfall received during

Pre monsoon period – 31%

Monsoon Period- 60%

Post Monsoon Period- 9%

food grain production scenario in tripura
FOOD GRAIN PRODUCTION SCENARIO IN TRIPURA
  • Food grain Crops grown in Tripura - Rice, Maize, Wheat & pulses.
  • 2012-13 7.31 Lakh MT
  • 12.6 % 2007-08(Initial yr of 11th FYP)
  • 2011-12 -7.30 Lakh MT.
  • During 2012-13 food grain production was marginally increased but the productivity / ha increased to 2732 Kg with less area.
food grain production scenario in tripura contd
FOOD GRAIN PRODUCTION SCENARIO IN TRIPURA (contd)
  • Rice is the main food grain crop in the state, its Occupies 95% of the Food grain area and contributes 98% of the total Food grain production in the state.
  • Rice Production in 2012-13 was 7.19 Lakh MT which has increased 12.3% over 2007-08 ( initial year of 11th FYP )
  • Rice productivity increased from 2532 kg/ha (2007-08) to 2822 kg/ha (2012-13)
strategies adopted
Strategies adopted

Productivity enhancement:

  • Production of Quality Certified Paddy Seed (3200 mt)
  • Promotion of SRI method of paddy cultivation
  • SRR (Seed Replacement Rate)33% in paddy and Varietal replacement
  • Promotion of Integrated Plant Nutrient Management ( Optimum use of Chemical & Bio-fertilizer, Micronutrient etc)
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Performance of SRI

  • At present 37.2% of paddy area cultivated by SRI method which is contributing 42.1% production in total Rice Production in the State.
  • On an average 18-25% more yield realized through SRI compare to Conventional method
new interventions 1
New Interventions (1)
  • Crop Diversification in Seasonal Rice Fallow – Area Increase in Pulses, Oilseeds, vegetables & other Crops (73,000 ha)
  • Sowing /Transplanting of Boro Paddy to be completed of Mid January.
  • Application of Lime for amelioration of Acid Soils
  • Productivity enhancement through adoption of Pulse Based Crop Rotation
  • Mini Modern Rice Mill (2 ton/ hour) supported with 16 ton/ day capacity Par(tially) Boil(ing) unit in each Agri Subdivision to minimize milling loss
new interventions 2
New Interventions (2)
  • Popularization of rapid composting (45-60 Days) method at farm household level by using green biomass only.
  • Tapping of Ground Water Potential – installation of (1081 no)mini deep tube well – to provide Irrigation facilities in 5,000 ha at farm household level
  • Promotion of organic farming especially in Local aromatic Rice and Local aromatic Moong
  • Convergence with IWMP and Forest for Efficient use of water area created- for promotion of Pulses and Oilseed cultivation
  • Farm Mechanization
new interventions 3
New Interventions (3)
  • Agri –Horti- Bamboo Activities in Land Vested to Tribal Shifting Cultivator
  • Management of Fringe Forest
  • Administrative Integration of Agriculture, Horticulture, Forest and Animal resource Sector(Primary Sector)
  • Introduction of Stress Tolerant varieties for Flood prone/ Flash flood areas.
  • Release of IRRI Developed Paddy HYV –

Short and Medium early duration varieties.

deliverables in 2016 17
Deliverables in 2016-17
  • Total Food grain Requirement projected 9.05 lakh MT
  • Total Food grain Production is Targeted 9.50 Lakh MT