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Agriculture Situation Update . Current Problems/Vulnerabilities. Waterlogging Siltation Erosion Lack of Irrigation Water Lack of Fresh Water Reserver Lack of Polder Management Climate Change Lack of Fresh Water Flow Lack of Appropriate Technology. Waterlogging Risks.

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agriculture situation update

Agriculture SituationUpdate

Assessment and Analysis

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Current Problems/Vulnerabilities

  • Waterlogging
  • Siltation
  • Erosion
  • Lack of Irrigation Water
  • Lack of Fresh Water Reserver
  • Lack of Polder Management
  • Climate Change
  • Lack of Fresh Water Flow
  • Lack of Appropriate Technology
waterlogging risks
Waterlogging Risks
  • Reduce scope of crop cultivation
  • Mortality of fruits and plantation crops
  • Affects soil health

Siltation Risks

  • Affect drainage system
  • Create water logging
  • Increase flood threat
  • Hamper water flow of canal and river
  • Lack of Appropriate technology Risks
  • Hamper food security
erosion risks
Erosion Risks
  • Affect Fertility
  • Decrease cultivable land area
  • Migration of agricultural labor

Lack of Irrigation Water Risks

  • Hamper irrigation
  • Reduce crop production and yield
  • Decrease cultivable land area
lack of fresh water risks
Lack of Fresh Water Risks
  • Hamper irrigation
  • Reduce crop production and yield

Lack of Polder Management Risks

  • Erosion of soil
  • Hamper plantation crop
  • Outside siltation increase
  • Hamper drainage system
lack of fresh water flow risks
Lack of fresh water Flow Risks
  • Salinity increased
  • Washing of Land hamperred-Crop production and yield decreased
  • Unavailability of irrigation water
  • Decrease cultivable land area
climate change risks
Climate Change Risks
  • Cyclone Increase (SIDR, AILA)
  • Embankment erosion
  • Waterlogging
  • Siltation
  • Changing cropping pattern
  • Reduce cropping intensity
  • Crop biodiversity affected
salinity risks
SalinityRisks
  • Hamper crop production and yield
  • Soil degradation
  • Crops extinction
  • Affect homestead garden and Fodder cultivation

Lack of Appropriate technology Risks

Hamper food security

technological and other options
Technological and other options
  • Development of saline tolerant varieties
  • Development of sustainable crop production technology
  • Multipurpose polder management
  • Development of rain water harvester
  • Establishment of rain water reservoir
  • Excavation and re-excavation of canal and rivers
  • Creating awareness on climate change
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Technological and other options
  • Training for farmers on crop production under stress condition
  • Capacity building of the extension agents and officers
  • Coordination among GOB/Donors and NGOs
  • Development of Early warning system on climatic hazards
  • Seed storage facilities on cyclone and flood prone areas
  • Community based extension approach (FFS)
  • Conservation biodiversity
  • Adaptive research
  • Extension-education-research
crop type and area under inundation
Crop Type and Area Under Inundation

Sadar & Tala

83,452 farmers lost 10,860 hectares of aus and T aman rice crops, vegetables and tubers. 2012 yield reduction expected 20-30% (DLS)

Assessment and Analysis

cropping calendar
Cropping Calendar

A typical Rice cropping System calendar for Satkhira

A typical crop calendar for Satkhira

The majority of farmers growing aus rice lost their crops to the flood as it was ready for harvest. T aman rice was their post-flood crop.

Assessment and Analysis

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Economic Analysis

Nearly 80 percent of Satkhira District was classified as “double cropping of rice” employing a large number of landless labourers.

Assessment and Analysis

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Livestock Losses due to Water Logging

  • 142,800 chickens
  • 4,381 ducks
  • 62,800 cows
  • 58,500 goats
  • 1,280 sheep
  • 180 buffalo

Source: Department of Livestock Services (DLS)

  • Infrastructural losses were estimated around Tk. 217 lakh

Sadar & Tala

18,840 livestock rearers who lost or were forced to sell their animals, or were affected by a relocation and loss of production, from 32,200 cattle, 33,600 goats, 840 sheep, and 66,000 chickens and ducks

Assessment and Analysis

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Fisheries Damages due to Water Logging

  • Around 27,967 fishers and fishermen affected
  • Sadar & Tala: 20,182 fish farmers who suffered damage to fish ponds and lost 9,086 metric tonnes of fish-stock, 1,564 metric tonnes of shrimps and 19.5 million fingerlings.

Source: Department of Livestock Services (DLS)

  • Estimated financial loss due to inundation Tk. 30147.17 lakh

Assessment and Analysis

fao interventions 2011
FAO Interventions (2011)

Assessment and Analysis

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Status of Cultivation and production of Aus in 2010-11 and Aman in 2011-12

AUS

Assessment and Analysis

N.B Cultivation target was- HYV=15200 ha , Local= 32 ha, Total= 15232 ha

Production target was-HYV=36480 mt , Local=- 38mt, Total= 36518 mt in clean Rice

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Status of Cultivation and production of Aus in 2010-11 and Aman in 2011-12

AMAN

Assessment and Analysis

N.B Cultivation target was- HYV=96775ha , Local= 2211 ha, Total= 98986 ha

Production target was-HYV=263209 mt , Local=- 3530mt, Total= 26739 mt in clean Rice

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Upcoming GOB Support for Rice Farmers in Sathkhira District

Source: Control Room, DAE, Khamarbari, Dhaka.

Each farmer will get 5 kg Aus (HYV) seed, 20 kg Urea, 10kg TSP and 10 kg MOP = total 45 kg production inputs

Assessment and Analysis

upcoming fao interventions
Upcoming FAO Interventions

OVERALL GOAL: Reduce vulnerability (by improving food production and income generation) and develop coping mechanisms to protect livelihoods against future flooding and water-logging.

OUTCOME: The adoption of agricultural diversification, technologies and practices by 1000 farmers from Satkhila District that are unable to grow rice crops because of persistent water-logging of their paddy fields

Assessment and Analysis

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Upcoming FAO Interventions

Assessment and Analysis