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NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON KHARIF CAMPAIGN 2011. DATE: 6-7 April, 2011 JHARKHAND . JHARKHAND STATE PROFILE. Area in % Area in Lakhs Ha * Total Geographical Area : 79.71 * Total Cultivable Land : 38.00 * Net Sown Area : 28.08% 23.62 * Current Fallow : 11.12% 8.87

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national conference on kharif campaign 2011

NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON KHARIF CAMPAIGN 2011

DATE: 6-7 April, 2011

JHARKHAND

jharkhand state profile
JHARKHAND STATE PROFILE

Area in % Area in Lakhs Ha

* Total Geographical Area : 79.71

* Total Cultivable Land : 38.00

* Net Sown Area : 28.08% 23.62

* Current Fallow : 11.12% 8.87

* Other Fallow : 08.46% 6.75

* Forest : 29.20% 23.28

* Barren Lands : 7.20% 5.74

* Non – Agricultural Use : 8.60% 6.86

* Pasture and Other Grazing

Land : 2.48% 1.97

* Cultivable Waste Land : 3.44% 2.74

* Irrigated land : 12.73% 3.007

* Cropping Intensity : 116%

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impact of drought scenario during 2009 10 2010 11
Impact of Drought Scenario during 2009-10 & 2010-11

Position of Agricultural Production & Productivity in the State of Jharkhand

Unit- Coverage in 000 ha , Production – 000 MT, Productivity – kg/ha

  • During the year 2010-11, 277 Lakh ha area has been covered under 2nd Crop in Rice Fallow.
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Kharif Campaign Focus Point

  • Enhancement of Food Grain Production through SRR, Minikit and Hybrid
  • Adoption of new innovative technology
  • To attend self sufficiency in pulses in selected 15 NFSM districts.
  • Seed Treatment through farmers Awareness campaign.
  • To increase water efficiency by drip and sprinkler irrigation system.
  • To promote diversification by plantation of spices crops.
  • To promote seed production through seed villages and farms.
  • To fulfill the seed requirement by establishment of State Seed Development Corporation.
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Requirement, Availability & Consumption of Fertilizer During the Rabi Season – 2010-11(As on 31.3.2011) (Figure in M.T.)

Requirement of Fertilizer During the

Kharif Season – 2010 (Figure in M.T.)

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QUALITY CONTROL OF FERTILISER

(i) Sample analysed and found non-standard during 2010-11

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DIRECTORATE OF AGRICULTURE

STATE – JHARKHAND

UNDER WEATHER BASED CROP INSURANCE SCHEME

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PROGRESS REPORT OF SUPPORT TO STATE FOR EXTENDING 2ND GREEN REVOLUTATION DURING THE YEAR 2010-11 OF JHARKHAND STATE(RICE, MAIZE, WHEAT, PULSES, SOIL AMENDMENT)

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RKVY

(2011-12)

SLSC Meeting for sanctioning of projects is held on 5.3.2011

2 nd green revolution 2011 12
2nd Green Revolution (2011-12)
  • Construction of Birsa Pucca Check Dam, Loose Boulder Check Dam & Irrigation Development Scheme
  • System of Wheat Intensification (SWI)
  • Supporting cultivation of Pigeon Pea on upland
  • System of Rice Intensification
major projects under directorate of agriculture 2011 12
Major Projects under Directorate of Agriculture (2011-12)
  • Mukhya Mantri Adarsh Gram Project
  • Establishment of Equipment Bank
  • Distribution of Farm Implements.
  • Strengthening of Training Infrastructure.
  • Soil Health Monitoring (STL & MSTL)
  • Strengthening of Seed Testing Lab.
  • Vermicompost Production.
  • Setting Up Agriculture Resource Data Cell
  • Programme on Seed Exchange
  • Prepositioning of Fertilizer
  • Convergence & Support of Watershed Programme.
major projects under directorate of horticulture 2011 12
Major Projects under Directorate of Horticulture (2011-12)
  • Model / Large Nursery, Production of Planting Material
  • Spices Production in Private Sector
  • Integrated Post Harvet Management -3000 MT Cold Storage
  • Mukhya Mantri Udyan Vikas Yojana
  • Distribution of Hybrid Vegetable Seeds, Pesticides & Plastic Crates.
  • Tomato Processing Unit.
major projects under directorate of animal husbandry dairy fisheries 2011 12
Major Projects under Directorate of Animal Husbandry, Dairy & Fisheries (2011-12)
  • Milch Cattle Induction Programme (Mini Dairy, Midi Dairy, Commercial Dairy, Modern Dairy)
  • Breed Improvement Programme (AI Centers)
  • Hatchery Development.
  • Seed Production Programme.
  • Development of Reservoir Fisheries.
  • Promotion of Goat Breeding Unit
  • Promotion of Pig Breeding Unit
  • Poultry Development
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Physical Progress, Outputs and Outcomes achieved under RKVYName of the Dept : Dept. of Agriculture (2008-09)
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Physical Progress, Outputs and Outcomes achieved under RKVYName of the Dept : Dairy Development (2008-09)

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Physical Progress, Outputs and Outcomes achieved under RKVYName of the Dept : Dairy Development (2008-09)

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Physical Progress, Outputs and Outcomes achieved under RKVYName of the Dept : Dept. of Fisheries (2008-09)

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Physical Progress, Outputs and Outcomes achieved under RKVYName of the Dept : Soil Conservation (2009-10)
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Physical Progress, Outputs and Outcomes achieved under RKVYName of the Dept : Dept. of Horticulture (2009-10)

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Physical Progress, Outputs and Outcomes achieved under RKVYName of the Dept : Dairy Development (2009-10)

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Physical Progress, Outputs and Outcomes achieved under RKVYName of the Dept : Dairy Development (2009-10)

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Physical Progress, Outputs and Outcomes achieved under RKVYName of the Dept : Dept. of Fisheries (2009-10)

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Physical Progress, Outputs and Outcomes achieved under RKVYName of the Dept : Dept. of Fisheries (2009-10)

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Govertnment of Jharkhand

Department of Agriculture & Cane Development

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Present Status of Horticulture

in India (2008-09)

* Source of Indian Horticulture database 2008

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Thrust Areas for Horticulture in Jharkhand

  • Unavailability of genuine planting material of good varieties.
  • Unavailability of hybrid / certified seeds of vegetables, medicinal plants & flowers.
  • Lack of genuine plantation crops like Cashew nut.
  • Non use of balanced nutrition (NPK).
  • Unavailability of soil amendments (Acidic soil).
  • Lack of scientific knowledge of farmers.
  • Farmers with low purchasing power and poor.
  • Fragmented land holding.
  • Poor Gramin Mandies & Markets not update.
  • Lack of irrigation facilities.
  • Lack of food park, AEZ & Terminal Market.
  • Lack of Infrastructure facility.
  • Lack of Processing unit & Cold storage.
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Opportunities of Horticulture in Jharkhand

  • 40% land are tanr (upland) suitable for vegetables, fruits, plantation, flower & medicinal plants
  • Different agro climatic conditions.
  • Good rainfall in most Districts up to 1500 mm.
  • High labour availability at lower cost.
  • Good transport facilities, road and train link available.
  • Low fertilizer application, area with no fertilizer application, naturally organic cultivation.
  • People interested to vegetable & spices cultivation for high profit.
  • Some vegetables– Cauliflower, Cabbage, Frenchbeen,Shimla Mirch grown through out year.
  • Central Institute (HARP) & Agriculture Universities available for training & research.
  • Scope for spices specially Ginger and Turmeric.
  • Some area of Jharkhand highly suitable for plantation crops like cashew nut.
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Strategies

  • Establishing fruit nurseries for grafts & gootees.
  • Establishing vegetable seed production units in villages.
  • Training of farmers at village, Districts & State levels.
  • Visit of farmers inside & out side State
  • Area expansion – fruit, spices, Medicinal
  • Protected cultivation of vegetables
  • Protected cultivation of flowers
  • Cultivation of Pear, Peach at higher altitude.
  • Large scale spices cultivation like Ginger, Turmeric, Chillies etc.
  • Production of high value crop like Cashew nut.
  • Rejuvenation of old & senile orchards.

contd...

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Post Harvest Management – establishment of

a. Pre cooling units/Mobile pre cooling units

b. Cold storage units

c. CA/MA storage units

d. Refer van

e. Primary/mobile/minimal processing units

f. Ripening chamber

  • Marketing infrastructure

a. Terminal market

b. Whole sale market

c. Rural market, Mandies

  • Organic certification & cultivation
  • High density planting of Guava & Mango
  • Medow orcharding of Guava
  • Mushroom cultivation, Spawn making & compost making units.
  • Protected cultivation of vegetables & flowers near big cities like Ranchi, Bokaro, Dhanbad & Jamshedpur.
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Cashew nut prospects in Jharkhand

  • Cashew nut – High value crop.
  • Once planted – Long duration income to farmers.
  • Requires less irrigation.
  • Area till 2009-10 – 4715 ha.
  • Area planted during 2010-11 – 3825 ha.
  • Area proposed for 2011-12 – 6000 ha.
  • Cashew nut processing unit

established during 2010-11 - three

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Support to State Extension Programme for Extension Reforms

Financial Achievement from 2007-08 to 2010-11

* Figures up to 28th Feb, 2010

ATMA Programme

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Status of Implementation of State Extension Work Plan (SEWP) for 2010-11

A. State Level Activities

Rs. In lakhs

ATMA Programme

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Status of Implementation of State Extension Work Plan (SEWP) for 2010-11

B. District Level Activities

Rs. In lakhs

ATMA Programme

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Status of Implementation of State Extension Work Plan (SEWP) for 2010-11

B. District Level Activities

Rs. In lakhs

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Action Plan for 100 % Seed tretement Campaign of Jharkhand State (Agriculture) in Kharif 2011-2012

100 seed treatment campaign in kharif 2011
100 % Seed Treatment Campaign in Kharif- 2011
  • To achive the seed treatment campaign in Kharif- 2011 State Department will organize training programme at State / District/ Block level for extension functionaries/ farmers.
  • Demonstration of seed treatment, distribution of pamphlets, posters among farmers will be done with the help of pesticide manufacturing companies & seed producing companies.
  • Awareness Programme among Anganwari Sevika, Students, Publishing newspaper, Broadcasting through Radio and TV Telecast will also performed.
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NATIONAL PROJECT ON

MANAGEMENT OF SOIL HEALTH & FERTILITY (NPMSF)