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Discussions on Flagship Programmes
Development of Horticulture
in Andhra Pradesh
Commissioner of Horticulture
Andhra
Pradesh
HORTICULTURE PROFILE OF ANDHRA PRADESH
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The total geographical area
Net area sown
Agro-climatic Zones
Cultivable waste
Area Under Horticulture Crops
Additional area proposed to be
brought under Horticulture
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275.04 Lakh Ha.
102.39 Lakh Ha.
9 Nos.
6.95 Lakh Ha.
19.89 Lakh Ha.
-
2.50 Lakh Ha.
AREA & PRODUCTION OF HORTICULTURE CROPS 2008-09
Sl. No.
Crop Category
Area
(in Lakh Ha.)
Production
(in Lakh MTs.)
1
Fresh Fruits
9.36
131.65
2
Plantation Crops
3.86
6.76
3
Vegetables & Tuber Crops
3.25
52.67
4
Flowers
0.19
1.25
5
Spices
3.03
11.51
6
Medicinal & Aromatic Plants
0.20
0.77
19.89
204.61
TOTAL
Percentage of Horticulture crops against cropped
area in various Agro-climatic zones of A.P.
 North coastal zone
Mango,Banana,cashew
26%
 Godavari zone
Banana,Cashew,Mango
20%
 Krishna zone
Chillies,Mango,citrus
28%
 Southern zone
Mango,citrus,Banana
25%
 Scarce rainfall zone
Citrus,Papaya,Banana,Chillies
20%
 Southern Telanagana
zone
 Northern Telangana zone
Citrus,Mango,Chillies,Grapes
35%
Mango,Chillies,Citrus
07%
 Central Telangana zone
Chillies,Mango,Banana
26%
In A.P. Chilles,Mango,Citrus and Banana constitute 21.5% of the
total value of state Agriculture production.
Source : WTO Cell, ANGRAU.
Status of A.P. Horticulture
Sl.
No.
Production ( in OOO’MTs)
Sector / Crop
INDIA
A.P.
Rank
SECTOR
1
Spices
4102.7
1235.2
1
2
Fruits
63503
10722.3
2
3
Flowers (Loose)
654.08
88.81
3
CROP
4
Mango
13792.1
3865.2
1
5
Citrus
7574.4
2997.9
1
6
Papaya
2685.9
1123.4
1
7
Tomato
10260.6
1579
1
Source : NHB Database 2007-08
SHARE OF ANDHRA PRADESH IN TOTAL PRODUCTION
SHARE OF ANDHRA PRADESH IN TOTAL PRODUCTION
STRENGTHS
 Diverse Agro Climatic Zones & Abundant sub-soil
water resources.
 High production in Mango, Sweet Orange, Spices,
Papaya, Tomato.
 Large Network of Nurseries / Seed Agencies – both
in Private & Public Sector
 Enterprising & Progressing farming community.
 Horticulture being treated as Focus Area by Govt.
 Emphasis on Irrigation Projects.
WEAKNESSES
• Lack of regulation on quality of Plant Material.
• Inadequate Post Harvest Management &
Marketing Facilities in Production clusters.
• Erratic monsoon & inadequate power supply.
• Small land holdings & not so strong co-operative
ethos.
• Weak extension systems – Gap between the
potential & actual productivity.
OPPORTUNITIES
• Availability of vast extents of dry / waste / rain fed lands suitable
for Area Expansion
• Rejuvenation – A promising proposition to increase productivity in
crops like Cashew, Mango, Guava, Pomegranate.
• Converting tribal belts into Organic clusters.
• Creation of State of Art Post Harvest facilities at Mango clusters
by APEDA.
• Export potential for Mango, Banana, Vegetables & Flowers –
International Airport – Potential to became export Hub.
• Blooming of Retail Fresh Chains in Hyderabad – Can provide
impetus to production & ensuring better price realization to
grower.
• Agro based industries can spur generation of employment
CHALLENGES
Increase in Soil & Water Salinity limiting
productivity.
Virus affected Plant Material – especially for
Sweet Orange
Real Estate Boom – Affecting Commercial
Horticulture in the surrounding districts of
Hyderabad.
Drought & Cyclone.
Tradition of using high Pesticides – Residual
issues affecting Overseas Trade.
Long chain of middle men between producer &
OUTCOME OF THE PAST FOUR YEARS
2004-05
Sl. No.
1
Crop
Area
(Ha.)
2004 - 05
2008-09
Area
Production Productivit Upto Production
Productivity
y
(Lakh
(Lakh
2008-09
(M.T/Ha.)
M.Tons)
(M.T/Ha.)
M.Tons)
(Ha.)
42.80
497701 (Estimated)
28.53
211341 (Estimated)
391896
31.35
8
2
Mango
Sweet
Orange
8.6
109316
14.21
13
3
Banana
53465
12.3
23
80115
28.04
35
4
Sapota
13973
1.38
9.87
20593
2.05
10
5
Acid Lime
50791
6.6
13
59966
8.99
15
6
Pomegranate
5761
0.48
8.3
6470
7
Cashew
150352
0.75
0.5
8
Vegetables
266904
43.74
16.38
13.5
0.64
1.15
169163 (Estimated)
0.68
324552
16.53
52.67
10
STATE HORTICULTURE MISSION
Achievements since inception ( 2005-06 to 2008-09)
COMPONENTS
Units
Physical
Achievement
Financial
Achievement
(Rs. in lakhs)
ESTABLISHMENT OF NURSERIES
ESTABLISHMENT OF NEW GARDENS /
AREA EXPANSION
REJUVENATION
No
133.00
1,060.10
Ha.
179,854.82
18,786.14
Ha.
44,361.77
4,143.61
IPM / INM
Ha.
69,266.72
1,239.66
ORGANIC FARMING
Ha.
7,109.00
486.76
VERMICOMPOST UNITS
No
3,657.00
669.64
Training to the Farmers
No.
131,586.04
193.13
Exposure visits
No.
3,782.00
110.15
POST HARVEST MANAGEMENT
No.
1,658.00
1,486.95
DEVELOPMENT OF MARKET YARDS
No.
14.00
47.82
0.00
1,873.34
17.00
241.43
HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT
FARM MECHANIZATION & POST HARVEST
TOOLS
AWARENESS PROGRAMMES
No.
Progress at a Glance
AREA EXPANSION - PERENIALS
SWEET ORANGE
MANGO
AREA EXPANSION – NON PERENIALS
AREA EXPANSION – FLORICULTURE
REJUVENATION
REJUVENATION - MANGO
VERMI COMPOST UNITS
TRAININGS
REGIONAL HORTICULTURE TRAINING INSTITUTE
FARMERS TRAINED AT RHTI, KADAPA.
FARM PONDS
PROTECTED CULTIVATION
POST HARVEST MANAGEMENT
HERITAGE COLD STORAGES – CHITTOOR
DURGA COLD STORAGES - GUNTUR
Progress under RKVY for the year 2008-09
Achievement
SI.
No
Name of the component
Unit
.
Financial
Physical
(in Lakhs)
I
Production improvement in various Horticulture crops
Ha.
2083
116.48
II
Integrated vegetable production techniques
1
Hybrid Vegetable Seed Distribution Programme
Ha.
52317
1569.52
2
Permanent Pandals
Acres
285
171
3
Semi Permanent Pandals
Acres
1515
454
4
Cultivation with Trellis
Acres
402
30.15
5
Shade Houses for Cultivation of high value vegetables
No.
20
16.5
6
Shade Net Houses for raising of seedlings
(1000 sq.mtrs)
No.
33
12.5
7
Poly Houses for cultivation of high value vegetables (in 2000
sq.mtrs)
No.
1
6.5
8
Vegetable Minikits
No.
135000
121.5
TOTAL:
2381.67
III
Integrated Pest Management
Ha.
IV
Human Resource Development
(Training & Exposure visits)
No.
V
Integrated pack house with VHT during 2007-08
No.
GRAND TOTAL:
182
1.82
15.00
2
355.5
2870.5
INTEGRATED VEGETABLE PRODUCTION TECHNIQUES
RAISING OF CUCURBITS ON SEMIPERMANENT PANDALS
Name of the farmer: J.L. Lakshmipathi
Village : Sogadapalli,
Mandal : Shantipuram
Dist: Chittoor
RAISING VEGETABLE SEEDLINGS
UNDER SHADENET HOUSES
Name of the farmer: G. Ramana Reddy
Village : Papireddypalli,
Mandal : Baireddypalli
Dist: Chittoor
OILPALM DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ( ISOPOM )
Andhra Pradesh stands first in production and productivity in oil palm in the
country
Oil palm development programme mainly aims to increase the productivity of
the oil palm.
It is planned to cover an area of 1,00,375 Ha. In 279 potential mandals
during the 11th five year plan
As against an identified potential area of 4,20,000 Ha. in 10 districts, an area
of 94,377 Ha. has been covered since inception
Additional area brought under Oilpalm
from 2006-07 to 2008-09
-41,006 Ha.
Year
Area in Ha.
2006-07
11,883
2007-08
12,074
2008-09
17,049
A.P. MICRO IRRIGATION – ACHIEVEMENTS SINCE INCEPTION
Area in ha., Rs. In Crores
Drip
Financial
Sprinkler
Financial
Total
Financial
S.
No
Period
1
Nov.,03 to
March,04
3780
11.34
5.67
20770
20.80
10.40
24550
32.14
16.07
2
April,04 to
March,05
24905
99.60
49.80
40020
50.00
25.00
64925
149.60
74.80
3
April,05 to
March’06
51811
207.00
103.50
25000
31.30
15.60
76811
238.30
119.10
4
April,06 to
March’07
66258
288.90
182.90
23750
38.80
21.00
90008
327.70
203.90
5
April,07 to
March’08
90000
364.40
265.70
30000
41.58
30.14
120000
405.98
295.84
6
April,08 to
March’09
95641
356.29
281.47
36202
50.00
39.50
131843
406.28
320.96
Total
Physica
l
Total
Cost
332395 1327.53
Physic
Subsidy
al
889.04
Total
Cost
Subsi Physical
dy
175742 232.48 141.64
508137
Total
Cost
1560.00
Subsidy
1030.67
Achievements under A.P. Micro Irrigation Project (CSS) during
2005-06, 2006-07, 2007-08 & 2008-09
Area in ha., Rs. In Crores
Drip
Period
Physical
Target
Sprinkler
Financial
Physical
Financial
Total
Physical
Achiev
Achiev
Achiev
Achiev
Achiev
Achiev
Target
Target
Target
Target
Target
ement
ement
ement
ement
ement
ement
200545521 6775 61.29 9.33
45521 6775
06
200661814 60873 143.26 97.4 23750 23750 17.10 14.25 85564 84623
07
200784800 84846 159.64 128.56 30000 30000 18.00 17.03 114800 114846
08
2008102000 87381 131.14 133.89 37500 36200 22.72 20.20 139500 123581
09
Total
Financial
61.29
9.33
160.36 111.65
177.64 145.59
153.86 154.08
294135 239875 495.33 369.18 91250 89950 57.82 51.48 385385 329825 553.15 420.66
STATUS SURVEY & IMPACT ANALYSIS BY A.P.PRODUCTIVITY COUNCIL
Survey period(Nov’2003 to Mar’2007)
Area Surveyed
- 2.56 lakh ha
No. of farmers - 1.64 lakh Nos.
Status of survey
- 96% of the MI systems existing and performing
- 3% of the systems existing and non-performing
- 1% of the systems non –existing
All 3% Non-performing converted as performing by providing proper training
and service
Survey period (2007-08)
Area Surveyed
- 1.20 lakh ha & Analysis under progress
Results of Impact Analysis Survey on A.P.M.I.P.
1. 1.57 lakh farmers (96%) informed -saving of water with 2550%
2. 1.54 lakh farmers (94%) opined- achieved increased yield with
25-50% in case of Drip and 50% in case of sprinkler.
3. 1.31 lakh farmers (80%) indicated -savings in labour cost by
more than Rs.2000/- per acre per annum
4. 1.48 lakh farmers (90%) claimed - increased of income from.
Rs.10,000/- to 25,000/- per acre per annum.
5. 100% additional yield in case of Sugar cane
6. 1.31 lakh farmers felt - incidence of pests reduced
Productivity increased, Water & Electricity saved by adopting
Micro Irrigation
Crop
Increase in Yield, %
Water saved in
hactare.metres
Energy saved, Lakh
units
1
3
4
5
Sugarcane
40-60
16333
189.51
Banana
32-50
17010
197.29
Citrus
35-45
68986
800.25
Papaya
35-45
8013
92.94
Sapota
20-30
4609
53.46
Promegranate
15-25
2703
31.36
Mango
50-70
34388
398.93
Coconut
15-25
1677
19.46
Grapes
20-30
1204
13.97
Vegetables
20-40
9435
109.46
Oil palm
20-40
12335
143.07
Other (Drip) crops
20-40
26610
308.70
Sprinkler crops
20-30
34886
404.68
238189
2763.08
Total
Vision and Strategy
Road Map for 3 Years
GSDP
Contribution
Increase the contribution of Horticulture sector from 5.77 to 6.0
Strategies
 Sustained effort to increase production and productivity of marketable
Horticultural produce
 Additional area of 2.50 lakh Ha. proposed to be brought under Horticulture
 High density plantation in all crops with intensive package of practices.
 Supply of quality plant material
 Vertical enhancement in production & productivity through MicroIrrigation.
 Rejuvenation of Old & Senile Orchards to improve production &
productivity.
Crop
Present productivity
per Ha. (MTs)
Maximum productivity
per Ha.(MTs)
Target productivity
per Ha.(MTs)
Mango
8.6
12.20 (Uttar Pradesh)
9.00
Cashew
0.68
1.26 (Maharastra)
0.75
Pomegranate
10.00
11.40 (Karnatka)
10.80
Banana
35.00
62.00 (Maharastra)
40.00
Vegetables
16.80
30.40 (Tamilnadu)
20.00
Self
Sufficiency
Self sufficiency in vegetable production @ 15% increase in area and
production.
Strategies
 Increase in production & productivity through supply of
hybrid vegetable seed.
 Promoting cultivation of high value vegetables under shade
houses & poly houses.
 Encouraging cultivation of Cucurbits on pendals to reduce
losses.
 Raising of seedlings under shade houses to reduce seed cost
 Tomato cultivation with trellis to improve quality of produce.
Post
Harvest
Reduce Post Harvest losses from the present 30-35% to 25%
Strategies
 Promotion of establishment of Post Harvest infrastructure
 HRD of the growers & field staff
 Tie-up between production clusters & Private players
Export
Revenues
Enhance export revenues from Rs.816 crores during 2008-09 to
Rs.1000 crores by 2012.
Strategies
Produce – Mango Pulp, Spices (Chillies & Turmeric)
Pomegranate, Banana and Cashew.
 Value addition of horticulture produce through integrated radiation
processing facility and aseptic packing unit.
 Focus
Self Sustaining
Production
To meet the challenges of sustainability & competitiveness
Strategies
 Organic cultivation of high value horticulture crops in an
area of 36,000 Ha.
 Awareness on cultural & Mechanical method of pest
control and optimum utilization of inorganic inputs.
Oilpalm
Development
To attain self sufficiency in palm oil production
Strategies
 To cover an area of 71,250 Ha. in the next 3 years.
 Promote research to evolve high yielding dwarf varieties
Technology Transfer
Effective transfer of technology through knowledge base farmer
centric strategies
Strategies
 Imparting trainings to 1.50 lakh farmers on the latest developments
in
horticulture.
 Exposure Visits and interaction with progressive farmers of other
States.
 Awareness through mass media.
 Dissemination of Technology through CDs & films on GMP in
focus crops.
 Effective utilization of extension system for addressing the farmers
concerns.
Market Linkages
Initiatives for the linkages between production clusters & private sector
Strategies
 Encouraging formation of Growers Co-operatives / SHG for Focus Crops
Mango, Sweet Orange, Banana.
 Market exposure given to the Co-operatives.
 Interaction between bulk Traders & Growers in Production clusters
 Adoption of Organic Farming – tie-up with exporters
 Opening of Organic Outlets in Rythu Bazar for marketing of Organic
Vegetables.
 Direct Marketing facility for the Tribal’s to sell their Horticulture produce to
consumers.
3 Years - Road Map (2009-2012)
PROJECTED AREA UNDER HORTICULTURE BY 2012 – THROUGH CONVERGENCE
APPROACH - RKVY, NHM, NREGS, WATERSHED & CLDP
SL.No.
COMPONENT
PRESENT AREA 200809 (Ha.) (Estimated)
PROJECTED
AREA (Ha.)
PROPOSED
ADDITIONAL
AREA (Ha.)
% OF
INCREASE
1
FRESH FRUITS
935913
1059956
114043
12.19
2
PLANTATION CROPS
385599
408258
22659
5.88
3
VEGETABLES & TUBER
CROPS
324522
373252
48730
15.02
4
SPICES
303244
366190
62946
20.76
5
FLOWERS
19807
21338
1531
7.73
3 Years - Road Map (2009-2012) Contd...
Projected
3 Years - Road Map (2009-2012)
STATE HORTICULTURE MISSION
COMPONENT WISE ACTION PLAN – 2009-10
SNO.
1
COMPONENTS
PLANTATION INFRASTRUCTURE
AND DEVELOPMENT (Nos.)
MAJOR PHYSICAL TARGET
PROPOSED
Model Nurseries - Public
3
Small Nurseries (Private)
5
Mango
Sweet Orange
2
3
4
5
6
7
8.00
61.50
18,325.00
1,935.60
-
30,633.39
1,950.19
-
43,253.71
1,764.51
8,600.00
984.10
301.35
402.75
3,138.00
311.49
6,000.00
4,275.00
ESTABLISHMENT OF NEW
GARDENS/ AREA EXPANSION (Ha.) Banana
1105.00
Papaya
1170.00
MAINTENANCE OF THE GARDEN III Year (Ha.)
MAINTENANCE OF THE GARDEN II Year (Ha.)
Mango
REJUVENATION (Ha.)
Citrus
Cashew
Green Houses
PROTECTED CULTIVATION (Ha.)
Mulching
Shade Nets
Chillies/ Ginger
IPM/ INM
TARGET
PHYSICAL
FINANCIAL
(Rs. in Lakhs)
(Ha./ Nos.)
4,000.00
2,000.00
2,000.00
10.4
220.5
70.45
3,132.00
Bio control lab (public)
2.00
Bio control lab (private)
2.00
Plant health clinic (private)
2.00
SNO.
8
9
10
11
12
COMPONENTS
ORGANIC FARMING
HUMAN RESOURCE
DEVELOPMENT (No.)
CREATION OF WATER
RESOURCES (No.)
POST HARVEST MANAGEMENT
(No.)
DEVELOPMENT OF MARKET
YARDS
MAJOR PHYSICAL TARGET
PROPOSED
Vermi Compost
Units (No.)
O.F. - Fruits
4,000.00
Training of Farmers
44000
Exposure Visits
2195
-
-
Pack Houses
Cold Storage
Ripening chambers
48
10
22
Refer Van
4
Drying Platforms
(Turmeric/ Cocoa/
Chillies)
Perishable Cargo
facilities at Rajiv Gandhi
International Airport
-
1000
TARGET
PHYSICAL
FINANCIAL
(Ha./ Nos.)
(Rs. In Lakhs)
9,000.00
1,000.00
46,536.00
380.60
500.00
100.00
1,303.00
1,837.38
2.00
1,043.00
1195
1
-
TARGET
SNO.
13
COMPONENTS
INNOVATIVE SCHEMES (No.)
MAJOR PHYSICAL TARGET
PROPOSED
Tractor Mounted
Sprayers
218
Imported Power-Weeder
and Smart Cultivators
632
Plastic Crates
194050
Onion Storage Structures
110
Poly Dryers for Chillies
23
PHYSICAL
(Ha./ Nos.)
FINANCIAL
(Rs. In Lakhs)
195,256.00
521.63
14
FRONTLINE DEMONSTRATION PUBLIC
-
-
1.00
13.00
15
AWARENESS PROGRAMME
-
-
91.00
163.25
16
MISSION MANAGEMENT
-
-
Grand Total
763.58
13,232.57
PROPOSED ACTION PLAN OF SHM– 2010-11
Sl.
NO.
1
2
COMPONENTS/ CROPS
PLANTATION
INFRASTRUCTURE AND
DEVELOPMENT
ESTABLISHMENT OF
NEW GARDENS/ AREA
EXPANSION
UNIT
Model Nurseries (Public)
3
NO.
Small Nurseries (Private)
5
Ha.
Mango
Ha.
Sweet Orange
NO.
FINANCIAL
TARGET
(Rs. In Lakh)
PHYSICAL
TARGET
MAJOR PHYSICAL
TARGET PROPOSED
8
61.5
45812.5
4838.99
15000
10687.5
Ha.
Banana
2762.5
Ha.
Papaya
2925
3
MAINTENANCE OF THE
GARDEN – III YEAR
Ha.
-
-
33588.56
1838.52
4
MAINTENANCE OF THE
GARDEN – II YEAR
Ha.
-
-
17040
682.27
Sl.
NO
COMPONENTS/ CROPS
UNIT
.
5
6
7
REJUVENATION
PROTECTED CULTIVATION
IPM/ INM
MAJOR PHYSICAL TARGET
PROPOSED
Ha.
Mango
6000
Ha.
Citrus
3000
Ha.
Cashew
3000
Green Houses
15.6
PHYSICAL
TARGET
FINANCIAL
TARGET
(Rs. In Lakh)
12900
1476.15
452.025
604.13
6270
342.81
Ha.
Mulching
330.75
Ha.
Shade Nets
105.675
Ha.
Chillies/ Ginger
6264
NO.
BIO CONTROL
LAB (PUBLIC)
2.00
NO.
BIO CONTROL
LAB (PRIVATE)
2.00
NO.
PLANT HEALTH
CLINIC (PRIVATE)
2.00
Fruits
8000
18000
2000.00
8
ORGANIC FARMING
Ha.
9
HUMAN RESOURCE
DEVELOPMENT
NO.
-
-
79499
441.20
CREATION OF WATER
RESOURCES
NO.
-
-
700
900.00
10
Sl.
NO.
11
12
13
COMPONENTS/ CROPS
POST HARVEST MANAGEMENT
DEVELOPMENT OF MARKET
YARDS
UNIT
PHYSICAL
TARGET
MAJOR PHYSICAL
TARGET PROPOSED
NO.
Pack Houses
53.00
NO.
Cold Storage
11.00
NO.
Refers vans/
Containers
NO.
Ripening chambers
NO.
Turmeric/ Chillies
drying platforms
NO.
Tractor mounted
sprayers
NO.
Power Weeder
Cum
Smart Cultivator
NO.
Onion Storage
Structure
NO.
ANGRAU Poly
Dryer for Chillies
1433.3
989.31
2
1430.00
327.00
292884
782.45
1,092.00
327
64.53
165.00
285
38.53
35.00
156
32.45
30.00
1,200.00
-
NO.
INNOVATIVE SCHEMES
5.00
FINANCIAL
TARGET
(Rs. In Lakh)
-
14
FRONTLINE DEMONSTRATION
- PUBLIC
NO.
-
-
1
13.00
15
AWARENESS PROGRAMME
NO.
-
-
105.00
201.25
16
MISSION MANAGEMENT
-
-
-
Grand
Total
1016.00
18833.60
PROPOSED ACTION PLAN UNDER RKVY
2009-10
S.
No
Name of the scheme
Unit
2010-11
2011-12
SUB
SIDY
PHY
FIN
PHY
FIN
PHY
FIN
18.00
96.00
17.00
75.00
5,365.00
500.40
5,365.00
763.50
3,365.00
112.11
4,000.00
133.04
2,800.00
133.98
1
Infrastructure Development
(Production of Plant
material in Nurseries of
Govt & Pvt Sectors
Nos
31.50
2
Production Improvement in
Various Horticulture Crops
Ha
2.72
3
Maintenance of Area
expansion Of 2nd year
Ha
0.27
4
Maintenance of Area
expansion Of 3rd Year
Ha
0.24
5
Rejuvenation
Ha
0.18
5,000.00
480.78
5,000.00
443.50
4,000.00
354.80
6
Integrated Vegetable
Production Techniques
Ha./No.
8.63
271,840.00
3,137.49
296,620.00
3,285.00
296,420.00
3,165.00
8
5,004.50
81.00
439.44
Contd…
S.No
7
Name of the scheme
a. Post Harvest Structures
Nos
b. Farm Mechanization
(50% of unit cost max of
Rs.40000 )
Nos
8
Organic Farming
9
IPM / INM
10
Unit
Ha/No
Ha
8.Awareness programmes
Nos
9.Construction of Additional
infrastructure at APHTI
11
Special Projects
12
Development of Horticulture in
hilly and tribal areas of
Seethampeta, Rampachodavaram
special reference to vegetables
with convergence of NREGS
13
Extension needs
Grand Total
Nos
2010-11
2011-12
PHY
FIN
PHY
FIN
PHY
FIN
50.00
367.57
119.00
454.49
119.00
454.49
3,165.00
1,266.00
5,000.00
2,000.00
5,000.00
2,000.00
1,886.00
370.60
3,800.00
650.00
3,800.00
650.00
7,150.00
71.50
10,500.00
105.00
10,500.00
105.00
525.00
275.90
625.00
104.50
625.00
104.50
115.00
3.00
60.00
3.00
100.00
-
-
-
3.00
68.50
-
-
-
-
873.73
3.00
2,200.00
3.00
886.00
3.00
873.73
100.00
108.20
2.00
200.00
2.00
200.00
90.00
90.00
113.66
0.40
5.90
0.03
4.45
Human Resource Development
2009-10
SUB
SIDY
1,346.70
294,637.50
9,016.98
90.00
330,420.00
9,026.99
90.00
332,651.00
9,103.04
OIL PALM DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME (ISOPOM)
PROPOSED PHYSICAL AND FINANCIAL TARGETS FOR 2009- 10; 2010-11 & 2011-12
Target
Physical
Financial
Sl.
Component
Unit
(Rs. in Lakhs)
No
2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12
1
Area expansion
Ha
20,500
23750
27000
1537.5
1781.25
2025.00
2
Area expansion
cultivation assistance
Ha
62275
73373
88299
2262
2729.98
3318.36
3
Inter Crops
Ha
230
250
300
5.75
6.25
7.5
4
VermiCompost units
No’s
135
175
225
40.5
52.5
67.5
5
Harvesting Tools
No’s
360
400
450
6.12
6.8
7.65
6
Supply of chaff cutters
No’s
5
10
15
1
2
3
7
Trainings
No’s
50
100
150
2.5
5
7.5
8
Seed Garden/Esst .of
new seed garden
No.
Seed
sprouts
5.00
lakhs
5.50
lakhs
6.00
lakhs
21
23.1
25.2
9
Staff & Salaries
256.6
260
260
Action Plan under Micro-Irrigation for the balance period of 11th - five year plan
Area in ha., Rs. In Crores
Sl.
Plan period
No.
Target
3
Area
Drip
4
Unit cost
Sprinkler Total
5
6
Drip
7
Sprinkler Total
8
1
2
1
2009-10
(Projected)
150000 112500
37500 150000 506.25
56.25 562.50 393.75
2
2010-11
(Projected)
150000 112500
37500 150000 506.25
56.25 562.50 393.75
3
2011-12
(Projected)
150000 112500
37500 150000 506.25
56.25 562.50 393.75
TOTAL 450000 337500
112500 450000 1518.8
168.75
9
Subsidy
10
1688 1181.3
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