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  1. National Horticulture Mission Action Plan for 2006-07 Rajasthan Horticulture Development Society, Directorate of Horticulture, Krishi Bhawan, Jaipur

  2. Contents:

  3. 66% population depends on agriculture and AH. They contribute 28 % to SDP at current prices. However, agriculture in the State is primarily rainfed ( 70%) Rajasthan has 10.5% area of the country Supports 5.5% of human population 10% of cattle Only 1 % water resources of the country Water share for irrigation : 83% Present Scenario … Salient Features

  4. Section- I : Production scenario and market linkages

  5. Horticulture- Present status:

  6. Fruits

  7. Spices

  8. Medicinal & Aromatic Plants

  9. Vegetables

  10. Flowers

  11. Market linkage: Food Parks Three food parks in the state • Ranpur at Kota • Boranda at Jodhpur • Udhyog Vihar at GNG products focus • Kota: Coriander, Fenugreek, Mandarin, Aonla, Garlic, Potatoes, Tomato, • Jodhpur: Cumin, Chilli, Garlic, Onion, Ber, Pomegranate, Aonla, Sonamukhi, Mehandi, Isabgol • Sriganganagar: Kinnow, Orange, Aromatic grass

  12. Market linkage: Food Parks

  13. Market linkage: AEZ’s

  14. Issues with exports from the state • Poor quality produce • Lac of good quality seeds • Threshing in unhygienic conditions • Poor market intelligence • Lac of market information to divert produce to desirable markets • No estimates available for exports of spices, Kinow, Heena, Isagol • Lac of certification • Unawareness about Sanitary & Phyto sanitary standards • Organic certification • Poor PHM Infrastructure • Limited facilities for grading, sorting & packaging • Inappropriate transport facilities for erishables • Poor Mandi infrastructure • Lack of net work of rural/ local markets • Lac of perishable cargo centre

  15. Export Potential

  16. Major constraints… • Low availability & poor quality of water • Inadequate availability of quality planting material • Initial high investment cost involved in horticulture crops • Poor market intelligence network • Market glut & price fluctuations • Limited facilities for grading & sorting • Inappropriate packing and transport facilities for perishables • Improper market infrastructure • Meager quantities diverted for processing & weak agro based industry • Lac of Sanitary & Phyto sanitary laboratories • Lac of perishable cargo centre

  17. SWOT analysis

  18. Selected clusters • Cluster▓ 1- Jaipur, Tonk, Ajmer, Alwar, Bharatpur, Sikar, Jhunjhunu • Cluster▓ 2- Baran, Kota, Jhalawar, Bundi, Bhilwara, Chittorgarh, Udaipur • Cluster▓ 3- Ganganagar, Hanumangarh, Bikaner, Churu • Cluster▓ 4-Jodhpur, Pali, Jalore, Sirohi, Barmer, Nagaur

  19. Cluster- Fruits

  20. Cluster- Fruits

  21. Cluster- Fruits

  22. Cluster- Spices

  23. Cluster- Spices

  24. Cluster- Spices & MA Plants

  25. Action plan for 2006-07

  26. Action plan for 2006-07

  27. Action plan for 2006-07

  28. Action plan for 2006-07

  29. Action plan for 2006-07

  30. Action plan for 2006-07

  31. Action plan for 2006-07

  32. Action plan for 2006-07

  33. Action plan for 2006-07

  34. Action plan for 2006-07

  35. Mode of implementation • State horticulture Mission's programmes being implemented through a registered society “Rajasthan Horticulture Development Society” at the state level and and its district Horticulture Development Societies registered under socities registration act • The Horticulture Development Societies at state as well as district level has already been registered • Overall supervision and monitoring by the Director of Horticulture as State Mission Director • At State Level the different programme/ activities of NHM is being carried out by the officers of planning cell through concerned scheme in charges

  36. Mode of implementation • At the district level, the District Mission Committee (DMC) is responsible for overall implementation of NHM programmes constituted under the Chairmanship of District Collector • The mission programmes would be implemented preferably in identified villages of selected districts based on agro climatic situations. For this, five to ten villages in cluster have been selected in potential district of the State. In these selected villages, selected horticulture crops being promoted in such a manner so that the demonstration effect could be visualized