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  1. Progress under National Horticulture Mission in Chhattisgarh April 17, 2006

  2. National Horticulture Mission • Action plan for 2005-06 approved by National Executive Committee for NHM. • Broadly includes, Nursery promotion, Vegetable Seed Production, Post Harvest Management etc. • During the year first phase (2005-06) National Horticulture Mission started in seven districtsBilaspur, Korba, Kabirdham, Durg, Jagdalpur, Raigarh and Sarguja out of 16 districts. • Total outlay of 50.29 Crores for 05-06 covering 10760 ha. • Amount received till Date – 23.6783 Crores only. • Total Expenditure upto March 2006 – 3.539 Crores.

  3. National Horticulture Mission • Implementation Strategies for the Mission : • Cluster Approach. • Chhattisgarh Horticulture Model. • Post Harvest Management. • Advanced Marketing Arrangement – MOUs.

  4. Cluster Approach • 250-500 acres in one patch. • Selection of 10-20 villages in 25-30 Km radius. • In one village, minimum of 25 acres. • 46 Clusters have been identified covering about 585 villages and about 13500 farmers.

  5. Chhattisgarh Horticulture Model An innovative approach for development of Horticulture Sector in the State: • Orchard Development – Mango, Litchi, Cashew • Compulsory Intercropping – Vegetables, Flowers, Medicinal and Aromatic Plant, Spices • Drip Irrigation • Cow based organic farming / Vermi-composting

  6. Progress Under National Horticulture Mission in Chhattisgarh 2005-06 (For the Month of March 2006) Financial in Rs. Lakh Physical details in Ha./Nos.

  7. Financial in Rs. Lakh Physical details in Ha./Nos.

  8. Financial in Rs. Lakh Physical details in Ha./Nos.

  9. Financial in Rs. Lakh Physical details in Ha./Nos.

  10. Financial in Rs. Lakh Physical details in Ha./Nos.

  11. Financial in Rs. Lakh Physical details in Ha./Nos.

  12. Financial in Rs. Lakh Physical details in Ha./Nos.

  13. Financial in Rs. Lakh Physical details in Ha./Nos.

  14. Financial in Rs. Lakh Physical details in Ha./Nos.

  15. Financial in Rs. Lakh Physical details in Ha./Nos.

  16. Comments on Preparation of Work Plan for 06-07 • District Management Committee has been requested to submit work-plan of their districts. • Area Identification and Cluster Formation is in progress. • It would take nearly 1 month to submit the work-plan for 06-07.

  17. Special achievements • Formal launching of NHM by Hon’ble Chief Minister at Kabirdham on 30 January 2006. • Developed approximately 2336 ha. under Spices Development Programme, viz. Garlic (486 ha.), Chillies (1600 ha.), Coriander (250 ha.) • Organized Horticulture Mela and Flower show “Pushpanjali- 2006” on February 15-16, 2006 for awareness generation among masses regarding NHM. • Adopting Cluster approach in implementation of schemes with crop area in patches ranging 300-500 acres under various Horticultural crops. • Chhattisgarh Horticulture Model – through emphasis on Orchard development, intercropping, cow-based organic farming, and Drip irrigation (micro-irrigation).

  18. Promotion of Organic farming • Promotion of Organic farming and initiative taken for organic certification in Durg and Kabirdham district with involvement of SGS firm – a German Certification agency based in New Delhi. • Corresponding with the Inspection and Certification Agencies of India which are accredited under the National Programme on Organic Production (NPOP).

  19. Advanced Marketing Arrangements – MOUs Crop Area Khus (Vetiver) dried roots 1000 acres Patchouli – Dried leaves 1000 acres Gherkin – fruits 50 acres Lemon grass – oil 500 acres Jamarosa – oil 1000 acres Crops taken under MOUs MOUs in Pipeline

  20. Discrepancies in the Work Plan of Chhattisgarh State for 2005-06 ***At a glance in XL Due to these discrepancies, the work plan is revised according to the norms suggested by GOI. The Revised Action Plan for 2005-06 for Chhattisgarh is proposed as follows -

  21. Points for Attention Normative Cost and Subsidy Components of Horticultural Crops under Different Schemes Contd.

  22. Contd. In general, normative costs for horticultural crops under NHM are very low and difficult to execute on farmers field. Quick view at a glance

  23. Revised Action Plan for 2005-06 for Chhattisgarh As per meeting of State Horticulture Development Society held on 24.01.06

  24. Revised Action Plan for 2005-06 for Chhattisgarh at a glance *** click on the link above for quick view

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