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

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Progress under

National Horticulture Mission

in Chhattisgarh

April 17, 2006

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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.
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National Horticulture Mission

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

2005-06

(For the Month of March 2006)

Financial in Rs. Lakh

Physical details in Ha./Nos.

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Financial in Rs. Lakh

Physical details in Ha./Nos.

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Financial in Rs. Lakh

Physical details in Ha./Nos.

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Financial in Rs. Lakh

Physical details in Ha./Nos.

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Financial in Rs. Lakh

Physical details in Ha./Nos.

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Financial in Rs. Lakh

Physical details in Ha./Nos.

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Financial in Rs. Lakh

Physical details in Ha./Nos.

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Financial in Rs. Lakh

Physical details in Ha./Nos.

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Financial in Rs. Lakh

Physical details in Ha./Nos.

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Financial in Rs. Lakh

Physical details in Ha./Nos.

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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.
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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).
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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).
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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

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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 -

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Points for Attention

Normative Cost and Subsidy Components of Horticultural Crops under Different Schemes

Contd.

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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

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Revised Action Plan for 2005-06 for Chhattisgarh

As per meeting of State Horticulture Development Society held on 24.01.06

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Revised Action Plan for 2005-06 for Chhattisgarh at a glance

*** click on the link above for quick view