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NATIONAL AGRICULTURE CONFERENCE ON RABI 2005 Ministry of Agriculture Govt. of India On 15 TH – 16 TH Sept.,2005 at N.A.S.C. Pusa Complex, New Delhi. A PRESENTATION . IN STATES' AGRICULTURE DIRECTORATE WITH SECRETARY AGRICULTURE, GOVT. OF INDIA. BY DEPTT. OF AGRICULTURE

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NATIONAL AGRICULTURE CONFERENCE ON RABI 2005

Ministry of Agriculture

Govt. of India

On 15TH – 16TH Sept.,2005

at N.A.S.C. Pusa Complex,

New Delhi

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A PRESENTATION

IN

STATES' AGRICULTURE DIRECTORATE

WITH

SECRETARY AGRICULTURE,

GOVT. OF INDIA

BY

DEPTT. OF AGRICULTURE

GOVT. OF N.C.T.OF DELHI

current status of agriculture in delhi
CURRENT STATUS OF AGRICULTURE IN DELHI
  • Delhi is primarily a City State and has limited land under Agriculture and shrinking fast due to rapid urbanization, industrialization and land use for other non-agriculture purposes, the total cropped has continuously been declining. Under such condition, it is not possible to increase the area, hence there is scope to increase the production and productivity under agri-horticultural crops. The position over the last decade in respect of availability of land for cultivation is as under :

YearTotal CroppedArea in Hectares

1990-91 76,239

2000-01 52,816

2004-05 41,508

  • As per Delhi Master Plan 2021 published by D.D.A., the total area earmarked for Delhi would be available to the extent of 11.000 hect. for agri.-horticulture, green belt, dairy etc. by the year 2020-21.

Contd.

contd present agriculture scenario in delhi state
Contd.Present Agriculture Scenario in Delhi State

A. AREA

  • Total Geographical area : 1,47,488 ha.

: (1,485 Sq.Kms)

  • No. of Villages : 206
  • No. of Farming Families : 40,000
  • No. of Small & Marginal Farmers : 34,000
  • Gross Cropped Area : 41,508 ha.
  • Yamuna River Bed Area : 5,000 ha.

Contd.

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Contd.

B. PRODUCTION2004-05

  • Food-Grains : 1.88 Lakh M.T.
  • Vegetables : 7.10 Lakh M.T.
  • Floriculture : 5,479 Hect.
  • Fruits : 250 Hect.
  • Medicinal & Aromatic plants: 80 Hect.

Contd.

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Contd.

C. IRRIGATION

Source of Irrigation Area in Hectare

  • State Tubewells : 1425
  • Private Tubewells : 24,725
  • Treated Sewage Effluent : 1574
  • Through Canals : 2,384

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Sub-Total : 30,108

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  • Rainfed Area : 11,400

Grand Total : 41,508

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Item No.2- State of readiness for additional funds during the financial year 2005-06Work Plan on AgricultureRs. In Lacs
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Item No. 3: Progress in seed production-Balanced use of fertilizer, IPM and INM implementationi) Progress in Seed production
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Cont. ii) BALANCE USE OF FERTILIZERS To promoted balance use of fertilizers, the following measure are being taken:
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Cont.iii) INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT (I.P.M.)To promote and pupularise Integrated Pest Management (IPM) for control of insect pests and diseases of various agri-horticulture crops, the following steps are being taken

cont iv integrated nutrient management i n m
Cont. Iv) INTEGRATED NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT (I.N.M.)

Under the Integrated Nutrient Management (I.N.M.), the following various activity are being undertaken for

management of soil health and fertility improvement through testing of soil and water samples as well as

reclamation of saline & alkaline soil with the application of soil amendments to maintain soil health and fertility

improvement:-

item no 4 steps taken to improve productivity
Item No. 4- STEPS TAKEN TO IMPROVE PRODUCTIVITY.
  • Intensification of public awareness programmes:

Prog. 04-05 (36),05-06 (40) upto August,05 (08)

  • Supply of quality Inputs.
  • Promoting Seed Replacement Rate: 15% to 25%
  • Promoting crop diversification.
  • Intensification of Services.
  • Laying out Demonstration Plots.
  • Credit: Kishan Credit Cards-3207

Loan during 2004-05: Rs. 1620.82 lacs

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Item No. 5- PROGRESS ON APMC AMENDMENT
  • Major provisions under APMC at have been amended by the Govt. of Delhi.
  • The provisions in respect of the following are under the process of amendment
  • Contract Farming
  • Participation of public
  • Spot trading
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Item 6- READINESS TO IMPLEMENT NATIONAL HORTICULTURE MISSION AND ATMA RELATED EXISTING PROGRAMMES.i. Action Plan on National Horticulture MissionRs. In lacs

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Cont.

MEASURES TO BE TAKEN TO IMPLEMENT

NATIONAL HORTICULTURE MISSION

  • Diversification
  • Vegetables
  • Fruits
  • Flowers
  • Medicinal and aromatic plants
  • Extension Services
  • Supply of inputs
  • Other supporting programmes

v) Model Demonstration cum Training Centre

Cont.

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Cont. Targets for Area and Production of Horticulture Crops during 2004-05 and proposed for the year 2005-06
item no 8 suggestion for improving rabi production
Item No.8: Suggestion for improving Rabi-Production
  • Intensification of extension services
  • Promoting cultivation of horticulture and floriculture.
  • Promoting cultivation of pulses
  • Promoting cultivation of oilseeds crops.
  • Promoting Seed Replacement Rate
  • Promoting cultivation of medicinal and aromatic crops
  • Credit: Promoting more credit flow in agriculture
  • Other supporting programmes