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Bringing Green Revolution to Eastern India and Development of 60,000 villages. Continuing with a different approach. Rice Area affected by different stresses in eastern India (lakh ha). Rainfed rice production is low and unstable mainly due to abiotic stresses. Strategy.

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Bringing green revolution to eastern india and development of 60 000 villages

Bringing Green Revolution to Eastern IndiaandDevelopment of 60,000 villages

Continuing with a different approach


Rice area affected by different stresses in eastern india lakh ha
Rice Area affected by different stresses in eastern India (lakh ha)

Rainfed rice production is low and unstable mainly due to abiotic stresses


Strategy
Strategy (lakh ha)

  • Promote stress tolerant varieties

    • Submergence tolerant

      • Swarna-Sub1 : Assam, UP, Bihar, WB, Orissa

      • Samba Mahsuri-Sub1 : UP,

      • IR 64-Sub1 : UP, Orissa, WB

    • Drought tolerant

      • Sahbhagidhan : UP, Bihar, Orissa, Jharkhand and Chhatishgarh

    • Salinity tolerant

      • CSR-36 : UP & Bihar

  • Promote recommended package of practices suitable for different rice ecologies

    • Upland rice

    • Rainfed Low land rice

    • Rainfed Deep water rice

    • Irrigated rice


Program
Program (lakh ha)

  • Technology promotion in compact blocks of 1000 hectares

    • Rice ecology specific technologies

      • Emphasis on line sowing/transplantation, land preparation

    • Hybrid rice promotion

    • Promotion of resource conservation technologies for wheat crop

    • Involvement of Progressive farmers

  • Asset building

    • Water source development

      • Shallow tube wells

      • Borewells and dugwells

    • Water pump sets

    • Zero till seed drills

  • Site specific local needs

  • Priority to Non NFSM Districts




Physical targets
Physical Targets (lakh ha)


Technology components crri
Technology components - CRRI (lakh ha)

Due importance to administration of programs for quality outcome



Timelines for kharif season
Timelines for (lakh ha)Kharif Season



Development of 60 000 pulses villages in rainfed areas

Bouquet of programs (lakh ha)

Development of 60,000 pulses villages in rainfed areas


Program1
Program (lakh ha)

  • Farm pond construction

    • New Farm ponds

    • Plastic Lining of old farm ponds

  • Additional A3P units

    • More units of same five crops

    • New pulses crops

  • Institutional Development

    • SFAC led creation of farmer producer organization


Targets
Targets (lakh ha)

Physical

Financial

  • 15000 new Farm Ponds

  • Plastic lining for 15000 Farm ponds

  • 174 additional units of A3P

    • e pest surveillance through Master Trainers, Assigned Staff, Scout Farmers

  • 150 Farmer Producer Organizations


Farm pond program
Farm pond program (lakh ha)

  • Financial norms of NHM

  • Farm pond size as per technical estimates and the subsidy amount to be utilized

  • Plastic lining at 50 % of the cost subject to ceiling of 20,000 rupees

  • 30 % of the total number of constructions to be completed by June 2011

  • Cluster approach suggested

    • For ease of mobilization machinery

    • For creating visible impact

  • Procedure illustrated in model guidelines as experienced in Maharashtra

  • Plastic lining only as per the technical advice

  • Payment of construction and laying of plastic lining to be made to farmers directly


A3p units
A3P units (lakh ha)

  • Seed minikits and other critical inputs to be supplied by the States

  • Static pest surveillance by the progressive farmers on 2 to 3 fields

  • Training through NCIPM to the Master Trainers and in turn to the assigned agriculture officers

  • Honoraria to the progressive farmer and the agriculture officer interacting weekly with the progressive farmer

  • Mobility charges to be paid only after getting data sheets and the digital images of the crop health


Timelines for kharif season1
Timelines for (lakh ha)Kharif season



Farmer producer organizations
Farmer producer organizations (lakh ha)

  • MD, SFAC to present


To conclude
To conclude (lakh ha)

  • Programs are focused on achieving exact physical deliverables

  • Involvement of KVKs, ICAR Scientists, CRRI and SAU scientists ensured for better monitoring

  • Need to designate senior officer in the State Directorates for exclusive attention

  • Key messages: Plan well, Forge Partnerships, Assign Responsibility, Monitor closely, Leave rest to the Nature

Time to stretch ourselves..



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