Rajasthan. National Conference on Agriculture. Rabi Campaign 2006-07. Strategy for enhanced growth of Agriculture. Higher levels of Farm Income through…. Increasing productivity Ensuring timely supply of quality inputs Region/Crop specific projects e.g.Target 20 +, SRR, IPM,INM
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National Conference on Agriculture
Higher levels of Farm Income through…
- Marketing Reforms
- De-commoditification of produce
- Value addition- on and off farm
- PHM, Marketing, Processing & Exports
Optimum utilization of resources – land, water & technology through
Diversification ( low water using, new high – value crops )
Efficient Water Management
Improving soil health-analysis on a large scale
Promoting organic farming
Intensive Extension (Transfer of Technology)
Hi -Tech Farming
Infrastructure Development-Labs, Market yards
Need based R & D Support
Equity & Sustainability through…
encouraging cultivation of low water requiring crops
CSS Share (Rs. in Lac)
Disseminate message on Water conservation,harvesting and efficient use in view of acute water scarcity and over exploitation of ground water
Educate people about the latest methods of water conservation, harvesting, efficient use & recharge of ground water
Convergence of Agri. services at the door step
Disseminate appropriate technology & practices for Agriculture
Arrange availability of inputs including credit for Kharif
More than 18,000 villages covered including all 9189 Gram Panchayat H.Q
One decorated Kisan Rath per block ( total 357) along with a Beej Rath visited 2 villages in a day and camped at Panchayat H.Q. where Kisan Mahotsav was organized
Encouraging people’s response – 60 lac persons participated
NGO’s actively participated in more than 6000 camps
More than 1.26 lac Water Harvesting Structures completed
Period- 15 September to 15 October 2006
Camps in all Gram Panchayats-Service delivery at doorstep of farmers
Easy & transparent execution of schemes with people’s participation (PRIs/ input manufacturers/NGOs/public etc)
On the spot processing of applications of individual beneficiary schemes.
Disbursement of subsidy for already processed applications.
Discussions on productivity enhancement, quality improvement,cost reduction, preparation of farm plan etc.
Distribution of farmer friendly literature- Capacity Building of farmers
Demonstration of latest technology (drip etc.)
Social Audit of beneficiaries of previous years
Krishi Yojanaen –Apke Dwar
Pest Management Strategy
ABC analysis of pesticide manufacturers on basis of their performance
Sampling for QC doubled for pesticides- targeting low performing units
Barley - Operation 150 % - SAB Miller and Cargill in Jaipur
- Pepsi in Ganganager
Seed Production – Raj Tech and Morarka Foundation
Tissue Culture Lab – TERI
Soil Testing Labs - Chambal Fertilizers & Chemicals
% women beneficiaries likely to increase from 3-4% (current level) to more than 70%
( Rs.1000/- to Rs.3000/- for 10+2 standard and from Rs.3000/- to Rs.5000/- for graduation)
As on 11th Sept. 2006
Rainfall in %
60 % or more
20 to 60 %
- 20 to 20 %
- 20 to –60 %
- 60 % or less
Abnormal : 10 Distt.
Excess : 4 Distt.
Normal : 6 Distt.
Deficit : 11 Distt.
Scanty : 1 Distt.
in lac M.T.
Un precedent rains (highest in 50 years in many areas)
Rabi area & production likely to be very high
All time high demand of DAP/ Urea expected
Shortfall in Urea and DAP with current arrangement
Area In lac Ha
Last 5 Yrs.
3001 to 3500
More than 3500
Area in lac ha.
lac Mt. tones
Kg per Ha
5 yr. avg
in lac Qtls.
Area in ha.
M & A Plants
Increase in area under horticultural crops