Chattishgarh - National Horticulture Mission

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PROPOSED ANNUAL ACTION PLAN 2012-13
UNDER THE CENTRALLY SPONSORED SCHEME
ON NATIONAL HORTICULTURE MISSION
Date :
Venue :
21st March 2012.
Room No.142, Krishi Bhavan, New Delhi.
STATE HORTICULTURE MISSION
RAIPUR, CHHATTISGARH
Budget Sanction & Received Amount Under NHM
(`. in Crore)
Sanction
Year
Received Amount
%age of
expenditure
Expenditure
against
sanctioned
amount
GOI
Share
State
share
Total
GOI
Share
State
share
Total
2005-06
50.29
0.00
50.29
23.68
0.00
23.68
3.42
7
2006-07
111.92
0.00
111.92
55.00
0.00
55.00
47.33
42
2007-08
91.03
16.06
107.09
62.52
7.50
70.02
33.57
31
2008-09
107.49
18.97
126.46
30.00
8.83
39.00
84.76
67
2009-10
68.46
12.08
80.54
60.00
10.59
70.59
78.48
97
2010-11
97.75
17.25
115.00
96.57
17.04
113.61
97.94
85
2011-12*
93.50
16.50
110.00
85.00
15.00
100.00
98.73
90
Total -
620.44
80.86
701.30
412.77
58.96
471.90
444.23
94
* Expenditure up to 15th March, 2012.
Information of Land
Total Area
(lakh Ha.)
137.9
Cultivable Irrigated Non-irrigated Fallow
(lakh Ha.) (lakh Ha.) (lakh Ha.)
(lakh Ha.)
47.5
13.23
34.27
3.47
Area under Micro Irrigation (Ha.)
Drip
Sprinkler
Total
7843
71,812
79,655
Area
Sl.
No.
Area under Horticulture
Before NHM (2004-05)
(Area in lakh ha.)
Post NHM (2011-12)
(Area in lakh ha.)
1.
Fruits
0.46
1.82
2.
Vegetables
1.23
3.40
3.
Spices
0.28
0.80
4.
Medicinal & Aromatics
0.02
0.09
5.
Flowers
0.02
0.12
2.01
6.23
Total -
Area & Production of Horticulture Crops
2004-05
2011-12
Sl.
No.
Crops
1.
Fruits
0.46
3.24
7.00
1.82
15.51
8.52
2.
Vegetables
1.23
12.50
10.12
3.40
43.25
12.72
3.
Spices
0.28
1.70
5.97
0.80
5.22
6.52
4.
Medicinal &
Aromatics
0.02
0.11
5.70
0.09
0.33
3.66
5.
Flowers
0.02
0.03
1.88
0.12
0.86
7.16
2.01
17.58
8.72
6.23
65.17
10.46
Total -
Area
(lakh ha.)
Yield /
Yield /
Production
Area
Production
Productivity
Productivity
(lakh Mt.)
(lakh ha.) (lakh Mt.)
(Mt./Ha.)
(Mt./Ha.)
Production trend of Horticulture
•
Area of fruit and vegetable is increased sharply from
2005-06 to 2007-08 but now it is static.
•
Production of fruits grew at the rate of 40% initially but
later production has declining due to the fact that new
orchards are in their gestation period and old orchards
are becoming senile.
•
The productivity of all major horticulture crops except
Okra, Coriander, Cashew-nut, Lime and Banana, is
lower than its potential.
•
Although productivity is increasing but still far below
than the expected yield potential. In Mango (-4.1
Mt./ha.), Litchi (-1.08 Mt./ha.), Custard apple (-3.99
Mt./ha.), Okra (-1.1 Mt./ha.), Ginger (-5.8 Mt./ha.) and
Turmeric (-4.1 Mt./ha.) have shown decline in yield in last
5 years.
Year wise Sectoral Percentage Share of Sanctioned
Allotment
(in %age)
Sl.
No.
Components
1.
Production of Planting
Material
6
2
3
3
5
8
3
3.88
2.
Establishment of New
Gardens
32
32
35
43
39
38
41
14.81
3.
Creation of Water
Resources
6
15
12
25
4
5
4
13.61
4.
Protected Cultivation
1
1
5
2
8
3
4
9.38
5.
INM/IPM & Organic
farming
1
35
31
17
14
12
19
2.64
6.
HRD
19
7
6
2
4
2
1
3.27
7.
Post Harvest
Management
0
1
0
0
9
9
16
30.62
8.
Marketing
Infrastructure
7
0
0
0
11
11
1
12.45
2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13
Focus Activities
MIS
Protected Cultivation
Marketing
PHM
Capacity Building
Proposed Focus Activities
Sl.
No.
Crop
Area
(in Ha.)
Production
(in Mt.)
Proposed Focus Activities
1.
Mango
57,590
2,85,070
Ripening Chamber, Grading &
Packaging, Processing / VA
2.
Litchi
4361
23,988
Area expansion, Processing / VA
3.
Guava
14,933
1,16,479
Area expansion, Grading &
Packaging, Processing / VA
4.
Cashew nut
21,656
10,828
Area expansion, Processing / VA,
Rejuvenation
5.
Banana
16,335
3,91,235
Area expansion, Ripening
Chamber, Processing of Fiber
6.
Chili
32,056
2,04,838
CA Cold Storage, Grading,
Packaging & Drying
7.
Ginger
10,316
1,13,483
Marketing & Processing / VA
8.
Turmeric
9830
84,151
Marketing & Processing / VA
Proposed Focus Activities
Sl.
No.
Crop
Area
(in Ha.)
Production
(in Mt.)
Proposed Focus Activities
9.
Marigold
2112
14,005
Marketing
10.
Rose
962
2040
11.
Gladiolus
1988
5866
12.
Rajnigandha
2191
8328
13.
E.citridora
3248
13,612
Marketing & Processing / VA
14.
Lemon grass /
Khus /
Pama rosa /
Jama rosa
5044
18,694
Marketing & Processing / VA
43,24,949
Cold Chain, Grading, Packaging,
Processing / VA & Protected
Cultivation in some crops
15.
Vegetable crops 3,39,745
Protected Cultivation, Marketing &
Packaging
Area Expansion Under NHM
Year
Horticulture Area
(in Ha.)
Area Expansion per year – NHM
(in Ha.)
2004-05
2,01,556
--
2005-06
3,03,710
3585
2006-07
3,88,663
16,633
2007-08
4,84,696
31,111
2008-09
5,00,259
31,043
2009-10
5,39,152
18,472
2010-11
5,97,526
18,075
2011-12
6,21,866 (Provisional)
21,300
Total -
6,21,866
1,40,219
Focus Crops – Area Expansion
Crops
Area Expansion in last 6 years
under NHM (in Ha.)
Average Area
Expansion per
year (in Ha.)
1.
Mango
18307
3051
2.
Cashew
12826
2138
3.
Banana
6607
1101
4.
Litchi
4414
736
5.
Lime
3864
644
6.
Guava
2530
422
7.
Chili
32780
5463
8.
Turmeric
8860
1477
9.
Ginger
8129
1355
10.
Coriander
4867
811
Sl. No.
Fruits -
Spices -
(Contd...)
Focus Crops – Area Expansion
Crops
Area Expansion in last 6 years
under NHM (in Ha.)
Average Area
Expansion per
year (in Ha.)
11.
Rajnigandha
3300
550
12.
Marigold
2938
490
13.
Gladiolus
2850
475
14.
Rose
495
83
15.
Gerbera
391
65
Sl. No.
Flowers -
Medicinal & Aromatic 16.
E.citridora
9726
1621
17.
Palmarosa/Jamarosa
6276
1046
18.
Lemon grass
5954
992
19.
Aloevera
2584
431
20.
Khus
2257
376
Ratio of Self Production and Out-sourcing of
Planting Material
Year
Self Production %age
Out-sourcing %age
2005-06
47
53
2006-07
46
54
2007-08
31
69
2008-09
45
55
2009-10
58
42
2010-11
57
43
2011-12
82
18
Area Expansion
• Around 10-20% of total allocation.
• Objective –
 As introduction of new variety or new species (crop)
with proven results in a new area.
 As replacement of useless and un-productive variety
or a variety which has become susceptible to a
particular disease or particular micro climate.
 As introduction of rare and expensive variety The cost of seeds/planting material farmers initially
can not afford.
Requirement of Planting Material – 2012-13
Variety wise availability in Departmental
Out Sourcing
Nurseries
Sl. Name of the Physical
Total
No.
Crop
Target requirement
No. of Plants Name of the
Name of Variety
No. of Plants
availability
Agency
Dashehari
1,08,726
----Langda
63,193
----Chausa
13,592
----1.
Mango
1200
120000
Mallika
11,580
----Fazali
1990
----Amrapali
8016
----Total - 2,07,097
----2.
Litchi
420
63000
Muzaffarpur
66,398
----3.
Lime
495
137115
Kagji (Air layering)
3,08,615
----790+135
Allahabadi Safeda
4.
Guava
----2,35,056
=925
(Air layering)
V-1
20,000
Odisha State Cashew
V-4
40,000
Cashew
Development Corporation
5.
400
80000
nut
H/16
20,000
Total - 80,000
6.
Banana
1000
2252000
G/9 (Tissue Culture)
7.
Rose
150
315000
Gladiator
8.
Gerbera
150
163500
TC
CG State Seed and Agriculture
Development Corporation Ltd.
Raipur by Approved State Tissue
Culture Labs
22,52,000
3,15,000
1,63,500
• Mother plants of Cashew and Sitaphal has been newly planted in Govt. Nurseries . Grafted plants will be
produced in near future in departmental nurseries.
• Tissue culture Banana plants are procured from the 2 tissue culture labs established in the state .
Requirement of Seeds – 2012-13
Sl.
No.
Crops
1. Chili (Hybrid Seeds)
Unit
Area Seed
Total Seed
(Ha.) per ha. Requirement
Self
Source
Out
Sourcing
Kg
500
0.3
150
---
150
2.
Coriander
(Certified Seeds)
Kg
500
20
10000
---
10000
3.
Ginger (Tuber)
Kg
1000
175
175000
---
175000
4.
Turmeric (Tuber)
Kg
1000
258
258000
---
258000
5.
Tube rose (Tuber)
Nos
100
56962
5696200
---
5696200
6.
Gladiolus (Tuber)
Nos
300
14285
4285500
---
4285500
7.
Marigold
(Hybrid Seeds)
95
47500
---
47500
8.
Vetiver (Slips)
31250
1562500
1562500
---
Pkt
500
(100 seed)
Nos
50
Rejuvenation (Till 2011-12)
Name of Crops
Area in ha.
Mango
1305
Guava
604
Cashew
215
Ber
280
Total -
2404
Area already
rejuvenated (in Ha.)
Annual target for rejuvenation
(in Ha.)
2404
655 (2012-13)
2404
655
Year wise Establishment of Model Nurseries &
Increase in Plant Production Capacity
 There are 117 departmental nurseries – 2.50 Crore plants per year.
Infrastructure Developed
No. of model
nurseries
Agro Shednet
Total
established Green House
House
Increase in plant
production capacity
(Annual)
Sl.
No.
Year
1.
2005-06
7
14
42
56
14,00,000
2.
2006-07
7
14
42
56
14,00,000
3.
2007-08
11
11
44
55
22,00,000
4.
2008-09
14
---
112
112
28,00,000
5.
2009-10
18
---
126
126
36,00,000
6.
2010-11
10
---
126
126
20,00,000
7.
2011-12
5
---
84
84
10,00,000
72
39
576
615
1,44,00,000
Total -
REQUIREMENT & PROCUREMENT
•
In the last six years – average requirement was
about 15 lakh fruit plants each year.
•
During last three years of NHM – most of the
planting material was procured from CG State
Seed and Agriculture Development Corporation
Ltd.
•
Since last three years – about 80% of the
planting material is produced in departmental
nurseries.
•
But in case of hybrid seeds situation is dismal.
STRENGTHENING OF NURSERIES
• There are 117 departmental nurseries.
• Most of the nurseries were very old and
without appropriate infrastructure to
produce quality planting material.
• Since last three years 72 nurseries are
upgraded and modernized to produce about
1 crore good quality plants per year.
• This program ensures production of high
quality grafted / other planting material and
timely supply.
STRENGTHENING OF NURSERIES
• Infrastructure created in five years –
576 Shed net Houses (57,600 sq.mtr.)
-
Size 100 sq.mtr. each
Production 5,000 plants per batch
Total capacity created 115 lakh plants per year
30-40 days cycle
24 Mist Chambers (3600 sq.mtr.)
-
Size 150 sq.mtr. each
Production 20,000 plants per batch
Total capacity created 20 lakh plants per year
25-40 days cycle
STRENGTHENING OF NURSERIES
• Infrastructure created in five years –
24 Hardening Yards (6000 sq.mtr.)
-
Size 250 sq.mtr. each
Production 35,000 plants per batch
Total capacity created 30 lakh plants per year
20-30 days cycle
39 Green Houses (3900 sq.mtr.)
• All these protected structures created total
72,000 sq.mtr. area to produce about 1 crore
high quality plants per year.
Post Harvest Management, Processing &
Marketing
Sl. No.
Component
No. of Units
Established during
last one year
1.
Cold Storages
4
5000 MT.
2.
Pack House
319
9 x 6 mtr.
3.
Zero Energy Cool Chamber
860
100 Kg.
4.
Whole Sale Markets
2
---
1177
---
Total -
Capacity
Issues in PHM
• Lack of awareness among farmers in the field of
PHM. Department is also not properly equipped
with knowledge / resources to motivate farmers.
• Capital intensive activity, it requires huge capital
investment and technical know-how to establish
entire cold-chain.
• To make PHM successful activity about 300-400.00
crore rupees are required within 5 years. Neither the
farmers nor the entrepreneurs of Chhattisgarh are
financially capable of investing this huge capital
amount. Therefore intervention from government is
required.
• Subsidy given for PHM and marketing is not
attractive and lucrative. Provision of credit linked
back ended subsidy in some activities, is major
de-motivating factor for availing subsidy.
Issues in PHM
• At present horticulture is a individual activity, there
is no system of group farming or contract farming.
Since entire cold chain management requires
sufficient quantity of raw material to operate it
efficiently and optimally. For bulk production,
compact production cluster of particular produce is
required.
• For processing, round the year availability of raw
material is essential to make it viable. To ensure
availability of raw material during off-season safe
storage of raw material in the glut season is
required.
• In marketing sector private entrepreneurs are not
coming forward due to various reason like capital
investment APMC Act, geographical remoteness and
mind set and barnding.
Issues in PHM
• APMC Act prohibits transaction outside the
regulated mandis and does not allow direct
marketing and direct procurement of agriculture
produce from farmers fields. APMC implementation
restricts the setting up of markets other than by the
state government. This restricts the scope for
corporate houses venturing into horticulture sector.
• In absence of institutions like Grower Associations,
Farmers Cooperative/Society, Common Enterprise
Group, Contract Farming etc., marketing sector is
unable to organize and strengthen.
• Single gateway to regulated market would save time
and improve efficiency.
Issues in PHM
• Participation of private sector to contract farming and land
leasing arrangements will allow accelerated technology
transfer, capital flow and assured market for horticulture.
• Food processing industry on part of private sector should be
simplified and encouraged, therefore backward linkages of
horticulture crop can be developed.
• Most of the produce is directly procure from the field of big
farmers by commission agents / middle man from outside the
state.
• Small farmers are depend on village merchants or on nearby
rural markets to lift their surplus produce. Infrastructure
development at all the tires of market is essential to organize
small farmers having no bargaining power, quality incentive
and share in final consumer price.
• Vertical coordination of farmers with cooperatives / societies,
contract farming and retail chain would facilitate them to
deliver better output due to lower risk, better infrastructure,
better price and created awareness to prevailing technology.
New Interventions Proposed
•
Create and develop micro irrigation infrastructure and
popularization of micro irrigation system by establishing
viable micro irrigation networks.
•
Bring more area under protected cultivation to fulfill the
demand of vegetables in urban areas throughout the year.
•
Create appropriate infrastructures like pack house, cold
storage, low energy cool chambers, ripening chambers and
marketing facilities to minimize post harvest losses special
package of 75-90% subsidy for PHM is proposed for the
state.
•
Focus 2-3 crops will be selected in different regions of the
state.
USP of the state in term of horticulture
• Production of lean period vegetables and fruits like
Banana – Oct planting & Nov/Dec harvesting (5000 Mt.
surplus),
Papaya – Feb planting & Nov/Dec harvesting (55,000 Mt.),
Brinjal – Jun planting & Sep/Nov harvesting (8000 Mt.),
Cauliflower - Jun planting & Sep/Nov harvesting (31,500 Mt.),
Tomato - Jun planting & Sep/Nov harvesting (2,11,000 Mt.),
Kharif Potato (2,27,00Mt.),
Okra – Feb planting & Apr/May harvesting (3000 Mt.) and
Chili – Jun planting & Oct/Nov harvesting (8000 Mt.) can be
further strengthened and developed due to favorable climatic
condition.
• Surplus of fruits and vegetables like Cashew-nut (5000 Mt.),
Mango (55,000 Mt.), Tomato (2,00,000 Mt.) and Chili (20,000
Mt.) can be used for processing, value addition and export.
• Good network of department nurseries (117 with production
capacity of 2.50 crore plants) that can be strengthened to
produce quality planting material and reduce the demand
supply gap (50% shortfall, especially due to TC Banana).
• Good transport network to get access to in-land markets aswell-as exporting the products outside the state.
• Convergence with MNREGS helps in effective
implementation of NHM through providing protection,
irrigation, maintenance etc., to the plantation crops.
• Locational advantage of sharing borders with state like
Orissa, M.P., A.P., Maharastra and Jharkhand that have
huge market demand for fruits and vegetables, can be encashed as a pull factor for promotion of horticulture.
Strategy – Key issues
•
Area, production and productivity has increased but due to
lack of PHM practices there is considerable post harvest losses
(25-40%) and ultimately reduction in net return.
•
No facility for proper collection and storage of surplus
produce at farm-gate level as-well-as off-farm level and
absence of organize market network from rural market to
terminal market.
•
Absence of forecasting facilities both in term of weather/
disease and price of products, it makes position of farmers
vulnerable and increases the risk factor.
•
Lack of exposure as-well-as orientation of both the farmers
and departmental staff towards modern horticulture
practices.
Strategy – Key Focus Areas
• Increasing productivity of horticulture crops.
• Reduce / minimize post harvest losses at farm-gate level.
• Strengthening and consolidating organic cultivation and
achieving organic certification.
• Developing network of cold storages and cold chain.
• Developing market infrastructure across the state, identify
target consumers through market segmentation.
• Developing new institutions like Grower Associations or
Farmers Cooperative / Society, Common Enterprise Groups
and strengthening the old ones like existing SHGs / WUAs /
Micro Credit Groups for production, processing and
marketing of the product.
Strategy – Implementation
A. Increase in crop productivity –
 Productivity is low and declining –
 Considerable gap in yield potential and average yield.
This gap can be reduce through i.
Creating assured irrigation facility –
•
•
•
•
Cost effective with in-line drip system.
Drip irrigation facility with multiple use of laterals as per crop option
through crop planning.
Exploring new and existing sources of surface water in the village like
pond, tanks etc.
De-silting and rejuvenation of existing canal systems of the state.
To achieve this goal apart from support from NHM and MIS
institutional linkage will be developed with irrigation department and
convergence with MNREGS.
Yield Potential & Gap in Horticulture Crops
in Mt.
ii.
Ensuring Plant health to ensure effective protection of
crops and efficient pest management through • Setting up of disease forecasting units (8), bio-control labs
(18) and plant health clinics (36) are required to reduce the
risk of losses from pest and diseases.
• Capacity building of farmers and staff in the field of IPM and
aggressive campaigning in support of IPM .
To achieve the goal along with inputs from NHM, institutional
linkages will be developed with agriculture universities for research
inputs, private research institutes and laboratories and KVKs for
dissemination of information.
Ensuring Soil health for knowing status of macro &
micro nutrient in the soil and their availability to the
plant through -
iii.
•
Setting up of leaf-tissue analysis lab (5) to identify the status of micro
nutrients in the plant to know the nutritional status of the crop.
•
Soil testing of all the beneficiaries and preparation of soil health card
for individual farmer. This will be helpful to identify the status of
micronutrient and their appropriate requirement in the soil, that will
help in crop planning, nutritional management and introduction of
new crops. (In Dhamtari & Janjgir-Champa district process is
complete with the help of RKVY but in NHM districts there is no
such provision).
To achieve the goal along with inputs from NHM, institutional
linkages will be developed with soil testing labs of Agriculture
department and University for soil testing and KVKs for
dissemination of information.
Trends in yield for major horticulture crops
Average Average Gains Yield potential of
yield
yield
in
Chhattisgarh
2004-05 2010-11 yield (SAU recommendation)
Sl.
No
Crops
Yield
Gap
National
average
1
Mango
7.45
4.76
-2.69
8
3.24
6.30
2
Litchi
2.28
5.47
3.19
6
0.53
6.00
3
Lime
6.01
6.63
0.62
8
1.37
9.00
4
Guava
7.09
7.70
0.61
16
8.30
11.10
5
Banana
7.10
23.75
16.65
40
16.25
35.90
6
Papaya
7.09
23.31
16.22
50
26.69
33.40
Cashew
Custard
8
apple
Jack
9
fruit
0.42
0.47
0.05
2
1.53
0.80
6.96
3.21
-3.75
4
0.79
---
6.58
15.24
8.66
---
---
---
10
11.00
14.45
3.45
25
10.55
19.90
7
Potato
Average Average
yield
yield
2004-05 2010-11
Gains
in
yield
(SAU recommendation)
14.63
4.49
11.09
16.46
11.11
Sl.
No
Crops
11
Tomato
10.14
12
Brinjal
13 Cabbage
Yield potential of
Chhattisgarh
Yield
Gap
National
average
15
0.37
17.90
5.37
20
3.54
17.00
17.52
6.41
25
7.48
22.20
14
Cauliflower
10.60
16.64
6.04
20
3.36
18.10
15
Okra
9.95
17.42
7.47
10
-7.42
10.30
16
Onion
10.75
15.55
4.80
20
4.45
15.10
17
Peas
7.89
9.24
1.35
---
---
8.20
18
Arbi
10.85
13.48
2.63
---
---
---
19
Chilli
5.74
6.19
0.45
17.5
11.31
1.60
20 Coriander
3.33
3.74
0.41
3
-0.74
0.60
21
13.63
10.90
-2.73
20
9.10
3.50
22 Turmeric
11.25
8.48
-2.77
25
16.52
4.60
23
7.35
5.35
-2.00
7.5
2.15
4.80
Ginger
Garlic
B. Creating credit linkages •
The estimated loan distributed for horticulture crops is
around `.150.38 crores by co-operative and other banks.
Which is about 12.7% of total agricultural loan.
•
Per ha. loan distribution is around `.2520.00 for horticulture
crops. Which comes about 2% (Spices and non-perennial
fruits) and 5-6% (Fruits and Vegetables) of total production
cost. Credit situation is very poor.
•
Most of the forms of the banks that needed to be filled up by
the farmers are in English that creates a hindrance for
dissemination of information. The selection criteria for
getting the loan from the bank is also such that most of the
farmers can not avail the facilities.
•
Grooming and sensitization of bank staff is needed.
Co-ordination between bank staff and agriculture
department is not very satisfactory.
•
It is required to take the landless, marginal and small farmers
of the state in the fold of financial institutions like banks
through creating awareness among the farmers about their
entitlements, better coordination with banks and government
agencies to reduce the cumbersome processing practices.
To achieve the goal linkages will be developed with Lead
Banks, nationalized banks, Rural Banks & Primary
Agricultural Societies and SFAC . For creating infrastructure
venture capital assistance from SFAC will be very helpful.
C.
Proper Harvesting and Post Harvest Management of Crops –
Shifting of focus from expansion of area to PHM, Marketing
and Processing of the produce through The state has identified 96 potential production clusters and
collection centers. The analysis has been made to identify the
quantum of produces that needs to be stored. Based on the volume of
produce further analysis is being made to design the storage facilities
with requisite space. Based on the calculation establishment of 41
cold storages and 75 low cost onion storage is planned which are
distributed across the state.
•
•
To give access to the farmers in different agro-climatic zones.
To reduce transportation cost and promote horticulture cultivation.
 Among the horticulture crops in the state Tomato (60,000 Mt.),
Mango (55,000 Mt.) and Cashew-nut (4000 Mt.) are identified as
major target crops for further processing and value addition. The
crops are identified based on their surplus production.
•
To make it economically viable for processing.
 Based on the production and collection centers of
horticulture products a market network is planned.
•
To cater to the need of the farmers right from the village
level to the terminal market. Focus is being made to develop
a network of primary rural markets with appropriate
infrastructure (113), whole sale market (13), terminal market
(1) across the states to give benefit to the farmers just after
the farm-gate level.
•
Analysis is made based on the crop wise production volume
(8.53 lakh Mt. vegetable and fruits) that can be marketed and
designed.
•
Input support for marketing of the products by creating
pre-cooling units (18), zero energy based cool chamber (3155),
low energy cool chambers (44), mobile pre-cooling unit (1),
ripening chamber (16) and pack houses (848) for increasing
the price premium of the crops.
 It is planned to develop institution such as Farmers Interest Groups
(FIGs) at villages level and Farmers Producer Organization (FPOs).
• Formation of FIGs with mobilizing 15-20 farmers in each FIGs.
• Association of FIGs to form FPOs at appropriate federating point. For
improved input and output market access and negotiating power.
• Identification of local market aggregator at FPO level and State/National
market aggregator.
• Whole sale markets will be developed at the blocks/district level based on
the potential of the crops. FIGs/farmers will get the opportunity to
participate in the open auction to sell the products in the
wholesale
market.
To achieve this goal SFAC will act as coordinator and resource
organization. To develop market setup linkage will be developed with CG
Rajya Krishi Vipran Board (Mandi Borad) and financial assistance from
NHM & RKVY will be taken.
Organizational Structure of FPO
FPO
1
Local Market
Aggregator
Villages
15 - 20
Clusters / FIG
45-60
Farmers
600 - 1200
 Establishment of network for disseminating real time
information of product prices. A market information system
will be developed. Farmers can access the real time information
related to product prices through the e-kiosks to be set at the
primary rural market / wholesale market / terminal market
level where information will be uploaded about the prices of the
major mandis of the state as well as other cities of the country.
The farmers can also get registered in the mobile phone network
through which they will be receiving information in their mobile
phone periodically.
•
This will help farmers gaining better bargaining power, price
forecasting and planning for marketing their products.
To achieve this goal linkages will be developed with ORG
NIELSEN. The firm has already started the base work for
collection of data related to production, processing and marketing
of horticulture products from all the districts of the state.

Developing Management Information System (MIS) right
from point of production to collection, storage, processing
and marketing at different levels using Geographic
Information System (GIS).
• To facilitate effective decision making both at the Mission
Management Level and Farm Level.
To achieve this goal linkages will be developed with the
firms having experience of developing and implementing such
programs in natural resource based activities.
PROPOSAL FOR CAPACITY BUILDING AT
DIFFERENT LEVEL
Type of
Training
Proposed
Participants
Tentative areas to be covered
Expected outcomes
Potential Training
Institutes
For Farmers - Formation of SHGs, and
CEGs
- Group Management
- Conflict Management skills
Institution
Selected
- Leadership development
building and
Farmers and
management
SHG
- Financial management
at the district
members
level
- Participatory planning and
monitoring skills
- Convergence with existing
programs like MNREGA,
NRLM etc
Institutionalized
production of
horticulture crops,
visible impact in terms
of better economic,
IBRAD and other
social and ecological organizations having
return at the cluster
similar experiences
level, integration with
existing programs for
pulling of resources
and facilities
PROPOSAL FOR CAPACITY BUILDING AT
DIFFERENT LEVEL
Type of
Proposed
Training
Participants
For Farmers -
Tentative areas to be covered
Though the issues will be
identified based on the district
specific requirements but the
emphasis will be on issues like
Improved Production
- High density plantation
- Canopy management
Farmers - Pruning of fruit trees
Issue based in
(50 farmers - Vermi compost preparation
situ Training
in a batch at - Integrated Pest Management
at district
the district - MIS, fertigation and
level
level)
automation
- Water conservation methods
- In situ mulching for moisture
conservation
- Hybrid seed production
- Precision farming
- Protected cultivation
- Integrated farming
Expected outcomes
Potential Training
Institutes
After the training
farmers will be able to
increase the
productivity and there
KVKs, Extension
will be increase in
departments of
production of crops.
Agriculture Colleges,
The post harvest losses
NGOs having
will be reduced both at
experience in
the farm gate level and
conducting such
during transit, shelf life
trainings
of the crops will be
increased and farmers
will get increased
return. mar
PROPOSAL FOR CAPACITY BUILDING AT
DIFFERENT LEVEL
Type of
Proposed
Training
Participants
For Farmers -
Issue based in Farmers (50
situ Training farmers in a
at district batch at the
level
district level)
Tentative areas to be covered
Improved Production
- Climate change adaptation
through horticulture for rural
livelihood
- High value cropping and
diversification of agriculture
- Nursery raising
Post Harvest Management
- PHM and value addition of
horticulture produce
- Packaging and Preservation
- Processing of selected
products
Marketing
- Developing Marketing
Network of horticulture
produces
- Application of ICT for
marketing
- Organic Certification
Expected outcomes
Potential Training
Institutes
After the training
farmers will be able to
increase the
productivity and there
KVKs, Extension
will be increase in
departments of
production of crops.
Agriculture Colleges,
The post harvest losses
NGOs having
will be reduced both at
experience in
the farm gate level and
conducting such
during transit, shelf life
trainings
of the crops will be
increased and farmers
will get increased
return. mar
PROPOSAL FOR CAPACITY BUILDING AT
DIFFERENT LEVEL
Type of
Proposed
Training
Participants
For Farmers -
Tentative areas to be covered
Expected outcomes
Potential Training
Institutes
This will lead to
enhanced productivity
and better return for
the farmers
KVKs, Extension
departments of
Agriculture Colleges,
NGOs having
experience in
conducting such
trainings
The focus will be on
- Tissue culture cultivation of
banana, papaya etc
- Organic cultivation practices
- Improved seed production and
Certification
- Agribusiness practices
- Advanced Technology for oil
Selected
Issue based
farmers from
Training at
cluster of
the state level
districts
palm production
- Integrated production and post
harvest management of tropical
tuber crops
- Management of Honey bee
colonies for effective pollination
- Integrated nutrient
management
- Integrated farming system
- Innovative vegetable and fruits
production techniques
- Orchard planning and
establishment
PROPOSAL FOR CAPACITY BUILDING AT
DIFFERENT LEVEL
Type of
Training
Proposed
Participants
Tentative areas to be covered
Expected outcomes
Potential Training
Institutes
For Farmers Focus will be on developing
- Training skills
Institute’s having
experience in
Selected
conducting TOTs for
farmers at - Developing Technical Skills to
The trained
the farmers.
Training of different agro improve production
participants will in turn Experienced subject
Trainers
climatic
act as trainer for the matter specialists from
techniques, post harvest
regions with management, value addition
local farmers
reputed institutes will
follow up
be invited as resource
and marketing of selected
persons for specific
crops of the region like
topics
banana, litchi, mango, cashew,
chilly, tomato, aloevera etc
- Training management
PROPOSAL FOR CAPACITY BUILDING AT
DIFFERENT LEVEL
Type of
Training
Proposed
Participants
Tentative areas to be covered
Expected outcomes
Potential Training
Institutes
For Farmers Focus will be on
- Production of high value
crops and management
Developing
Educated
Para
Rural Youth
Horticultur- (minimum ists at the
class XII state level
pass)
-
The training will be
delivered in Hybrid
Nursery raising
Distance Learning
Grafting
After learning the skills mode. The participants
the participants can
will have Personal
Organic cultivation
develop as
Contact Program for
Integrated Pest Management
entrepreneurs and also about 15 days spreaded
Irrigation management
can earn through
over four months
Post Harvest Management
providing services to coupled with practical
like Grading, Sorting,
the farmers of their implementation of the
Packaging, Storage of
area
skills learned in selected
products
nurseries and field as
Processing of selected
well as web based
products etc
tutorial classes.
Improved vegetable and fruit
cultivation
PROPOSAL FOR CAPACITY BUILDING AT
DIFFERENT LEVEL
Type of
Training
Proposed
Participants
Tentative areas to be covered
Expected outcomes
Potential Training
Institutes
For Farmers Focus will be on
- Protected cultivation
- Micro climate and soil
management
Developing
Educated - Integrated nutrient
Para
Rural Youth
management
Horticulturist (minimum
s at the state class XII - Precision farming
level
pass)
- Marketing and financial
management
- Inventory management and
record keeping
The course module can
be developed and the
After learning the skills
course can be
the participants can coordinated by IBRAD
develop as
who have experience of
entrepreneurs and also running such courses at
can earn through
national level. Inputs
providing services to for designing the course
the farmers of their
will be taken from
area
subject matter
specialists of the
relevant topics.
PROPOSAL FOR CAPACITY BUILDING AT
DIFFERENT LEVEL
Type of
Proposed
Tentative areas to be covered
Training
Participants
For the Technical staff/Field functionaries - Tissue culture
- High Density Plantation
- Rejuvination of senile
orchards
- Irrigation and fertigation
techniques in greenhouse
- Raising nursery in mist
Resource
chamber
Person
Technical
- Greenhouse management and
Development
staff and
production
program
field
with study
functionaries - Production of high value
tour outside
crops under poly house and
the state
management
- Nursery management
- Innovations in vegetable,
fruits and flower production
- Plug type vegetable cultivation
- Post Harvest Management of
crops
Expected outcomes
Potential Training
Institutes
After training, the
participants can in
turn train the local
farmers
Institute of
Horticulture
Technology, Noida
BAIF, Pune Indian
Institute of
Horticulture Research,
Bangalore CFTRI,
Mysore Post Harvest
Technology Centre, IIT,
Kharagpur, National
Institute of Organic
Farming, Noida,
MANAGE, Hyderabad
PROPOSAL FOR CAPACITY BUILDING AT
DIFFERENT LEVEL
Type of
Training
Proposed
Participants
Tentative areas to be covered
Expected outcomes
Potential Training
Institutes
For the Technical staff / Field functionaries -
- Training skills
- Training management
Training of
Selected
Trainers for
ADHO and
selected
RHEO from
officials at the
- Specific skills related to crop
the state
state level
specific production, post
harvest management and
marketing like cashew,
banana, mango, litchi, tuber
crops etc
Organisations having
experience in
organizing ToTs for the
officials will be the
training coordinator.
They will invite
After training they will resource persons from
in turn conduct
reputed institutions like
training in the state
Central Tuber Crops
Research Institute,
Kerala, Directorate of
Cashew and Cocoa,
Indian Institute of
Horticulture, BCKV,
IGKV as required
PROPOSAL FOR CAPACITY BUILDING AT
DIFFERENT LEVEL
Type of
Proposed
Tentative areas to be covered
Training
Participants
For the Technical staff/Field functionaries -
Refreshers
Courses
- Climate Change and
Horticulture management
- Management of Extension
System
- High value cropping and
Selected
diversification of agriculture
ADHO and - Contribution of Horticulture
towards CDM
RHEO from
- Organic Certification of
the state
Horticulture crops
- Gender sensitization and gender
budgeting
- Participatory Planning and
monitoring
Orientation
Senior
Training with officials of
study tour
the state
Expected outcomes
Potential Training
Institutes
Participants will learn
the contemporary
issues, potentials and
skills in horticulture
and will be able to
apply them in the field
to increase horticulture
production and
productivity
National institute of
organic farming,
Institute of
Horticulture
Technology IBRAD
- ICT in Horticulture
- Improved Vegetable and fruit
Participants will get
production technology
exposure and can apply
- Seed production and
the skills learnt in the
certification
state
- Organic farming
Exposure visits can be
organized at Indian
Institute of Horticulture
Research, Tamil Nadu
Agriculture University,
Coimbatore, IIT,
Kharagpur BCKV
GBPUm Pantnagar
PROPOSAL FOR CAPACITY BUILDING AT
DIFFERENT LEVEL
Type of
Training
Proposed
Participants
Tentative areas to be covered
Expected outcomes
Potential Training
Institutes
Efficient
implementation of
the project will be
ensured
Institute’s having
experience in
conducting such
trainings like IBRAD
Mission Management staff -
- Project Management
- Project planning
Training on
Mission
Project
Management
Management
staff
- Monitoring
Schedule of Training Activities - Pert
A) TRAINING FOR FARMERS / PANCHAYAT FUNCTIONARIES Sl.
Training Activities Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar
No.
1 Seed Sowing
Cultivation of
2 Fruit and
Vegetable Crops
3 Seed Production
Propagation and
4
Plant Production
Use of
5
Micronutrients
6 Organic Farming
Implementation of
Micro Irrigation
7
System and its
Maintenance
B) TRAINING FOR MALI'S (DEPARTMENTAL) Sl.
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Training Activities
Seed Sowing and Seed Bed
Preparation
Vegetative Propagation
Methods
Training and Pruning of
Mother Plants
Preparation of Bud Stick
Top Working
Technique of Plant Production
in Mist Chamber, Green
House and Root Trainer
Mulching and Drip Technique
Utilization of Micro Elements,
Fertigation through Drip
System
Preparation of Bordaux
Mixture and Bordaux Paste
Maintenance and Operation
of Modern Horticulture
Equipments
Tissue Culture
Plantation High Density
Fruit and Vegetables
Preservation
Canopy Management
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar
C) TRAINING FOR FRONT LINE STAFF (RHEO, SHDO & HDO)/EXTENSION OFFICERSSl.
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Training Activities
Management of Extension
System
Improved Vegetable Production
Technology
Hybrid Seed Production and
Certification
Enhancing Agricultural
Productivity through pressurized
irrigation system
Mushroom Cultivation
Management of Honey Bee
Colonies for effective Pollination
Water Conservation method in
Horticulture
8 Integrated Farming System
9 Organic Farming
10 Precession Farming
11
12
13
14
15
Protected Cultivation of
Horticulture Crops
Human Resources Development
Promotion of Integrated Pest
Management
PHM and Value Addition of
Horticulture Produce
Agricultural and Horticultural
Marketing
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar
D) TRAINING FOR SENIOR LEVEL OFFICIALS (DDH / ADH) Sl.
No
Training Activities
High value cropping and
diversification of Agriculture
Climate change and
2 Agriculture Management
ICT in Agriculture /
3 Horticulture
4 Horticulture Export
Value Addittion and
5 Agribusiness
Intensive Horticulture
Production under climate
6 change system for rural
livelihood
Advanced technology for
resource management for
7 sustainable Oil Palm
Production
Integrated Production with
8 Post Harvest Management in
Tropical Tuber crop.
9 Training Management
Gender Sensitization
Modules (GSM) to cutting
10 edge level extension
functionaries.
1
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Jan
Feb Mar
E) CERTIFICATE COURSE TO DEVELOP PARA PROFESSIONALS Sl.
Training Activities Apr May Jun
No.
Model Nursery
1
Training Course
Plant Protection
2
Training Course
Mali Training
3
Course
Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar
F) TRAINING FOR STATE HORTICULTURE MISSION STAFF Sl.
Training Activities Apr May Jun
No.
Training on Project
Management - Plan,
1
Design, Implement
and Controll
2 Organic Farming
Protected
3
Cultivation
Horticulture
4
Mechanization
5 Rejuvenation
Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar
Linkage of Production Clusters with PHM
No. of
No. of
proddistrict uction
Cluster
1.
167
2.
---
Total
area
(in ha.)
4.
Total
Total
expected
expected
Surplus
production Production
available for available for
marketing cold chain/
(Mt.)
processing
(Mt.)
5.
84,134 15,11,975
Proposed cold chain unit with
location & expenditure for each
item like Cold storage, Pack
Proposed
houses, Refrigerated vans,
processing unit
Packaging unit, Pre-cooling units, with location,
Zero energy cool chamber, Oncapacity
farm collection & storage unit &
other unit suitable to the cluster
6.
7.
8.
7,65,435
i. Pack House – 488
ii. Cold Storage – 21
iii. Pusa Zero Energy Cool
Chamber – 1430
iv. Low Energy Cool
Chamber – 129
v. Preservation Unit – 125
vi. Low Cost Onion
Storage Unit – 70
vii. Pre-cooling Unit – 1
Tomato
Processing
Unit – 2 &
Cashew nut
Processing
Unit – 1
Linkage of Production Clusters with Markets
No. of
No. of
No. of
Total
No. of
No. of
No. of
district production collection area of existing existing proposed
clusters
centre
crops nearest forwarding Primary
(a place (in ha.) market Market/
Rural
from
linkage Terminal
Market
where
(Haat/
Market
produce is
Bazar)
collected
& directly
goes to
various
markets)
No. of
proposed
Whole
Market
No. of
proposed
Terminal
Market
1.
2.
3.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11
96
80
51726
209
57
113
13
1
Change in cropping pattern
Observation –
– Overall food grain sector has experienced a decline in area of paddy
(-1.97%) and coarse cereals (-29.45%) in last 7 years. This shift is in area
from food grains is towards fruits (260.70%), vegetables (171.20%), spices
(171.57%) and oil seeds (10.91%).
– The gain in horticulture area is a collective impact of diversification of
production pattern of farmers and increase demand of consumers due to
shift in their consumption pattern.
Sl. No.
Crop
2004-05
2010-11
% age increase in the area during last
7 years
1.
Paddy
39,43,800
38,66,000
-1.97
2.
Wheat
99,200
1,10,000
10.88
3.
Oilseeds
2,89,400
3,21,000
10.91
4.
Coarse cereals
1,94,200
1,37,000
-29.45
5.
Fruits
46,247
1,66,813
260.70
6.
Vegetables
1,23,491
3,34,917
171.20
7.
Spices
28,399
77,126
171.57
8.
Flowers
1508
7130
372.81
Feasibility of shift towards horticulture
Observation –
–
–
–
–
–
–
Cost-benefit ratio of horticulture is more than CBR of cereals.
Thus it is more profitable for farmers to diversify towards fruit
and vegetable cultivation then cereals, especially paddy and coarse
grain.
Issue of diversification is needed to meet the increasing domestic
demand of fruit and vegetables beside the improving income.
Share of Mango in total fruit area change is about 31% and it is the
only crop which is grown across the all agro-climatic zones.
Cashew-nut (15%), Banana (12%), Guava (12%), Lime (8%),
Papaya (7%) and vegetable Tomato (21%), Brinjal, Okra and
Cauliflower (10% each) among spices Chili (48%), Coriander
(22%), Turmeric (12%) and Ginger (15%) have seen major
changes in the area in last 10 years.
Due to shorter duration of winter period Banana and Papaya are
grown and supplied to other states, for whom these are off-season
crops.
Kharif Potato is fast emerging crop, major portion of which is
exported outside of the state.
Change in Area under Major Horticulture crop
(in ha.)
Sl. No.
1.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1
2
3
4
5
Crops
2.
Mango
Cashew
Banana
Guava
Lime
Papaya
Jack Fruits
Custerd Apple
Litchi
Total Fruits Turmeric
Ginger
Chilli
Coriander
Garlic
Total Spices -
Increase in Area Increase in Area Increase in Area Total Area up
during 2000-2004 during 2005-2009 during 2000-2009 to 2008-09
%age
Change in
area
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
481
77
215
2165
235
144
353
1241
497
5408
4740
3408
1269
454
386
10257
30633
15408
12160
9712
7848
7187
5281
3474
3424
95127
21284
8025
7091
6274
1652
44326
31114
15485
12375
11877
8083
7331
5634
4715
3921
100535
26024
11433
8360
6728
2038
54583
49765
19677
14800
13353
9975
10597
6065
3911
5059
201070
31576
13091
9600
8636
3949
109166
30.95
15.40
12.31
11.81
8.04
7.29
5.60
4.69
3.90
100
47.68
20.95
15.32
12.33
3.73
100
Change in Area under Major Horticulture crop
(in ha.)
Sl. No.
Crops
1.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
2.
Tomato
Brinjal
Cauliflower
Okra
Cabbage
Potato
Onion
Arbi
Peas
Total Vegetable 1
2
Merigold
Tube Rose
Chrysanth3
emum
4
Gladiouls
5
Rose
Total Flowers -
3.
4737
2832
2204
1440
669
468
693
536
540
4.
22537
22030
15002
15564
12547
10089
7300
4909
2725
5.
27274
24862
17206
17004
13216
10557
7993
5445
3265
6.
42919
36419
25233
26703
18384
14715
11196
7627
10355
%age
Change in
area
7.
21.51
19.60
13.57
13.41
10.42
8.32
6.30
4.29
2.57
14119
112703
126822
253644
100
90
30
1466
1317
1556
1347
1961
1347
32.50
28.13
0
1296
1296
1353
27.07
20
20
160
444
105
4628
464
125
4788
955
182
9576
9.69
2.61
100
Increase in Area Increase in Area Increase in Area Total Area up
during 2000-2004 during 2005-2009 during 2000-2009 to 2008-09
Production trend of horticulture crop
in Mt.
Area expansion trend of horticulture crop
in Ha.
Area & Production of horticulture crop
(Area in lakh ha./Production in lakh Mt.)
2004-05
Sl.
No
Crops
1.
Fruits
2.
Vegetables
3.
Spices
4.
5.
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
Area Prod Area Prod Area Prod Area Prod Area Prod Area Prod Area Prod
1.46 12.14
1.67
14.10
1.23 12.50 1.96 24.32 2.36 23.40 2.93 29.25 2.94 29.04 3.13 35.86
3.35
41.49
0.28
1.70
0.29
1.68
0.41
1.99
0.54
2.89
0.62
4.26
0.64
3.94
0.77
4.87
Medicinal &
0.02
Aromatic
0.11
0.02
0.12
0.10
0.59
0.12
0.66
0.12
0.66
0.11
0.64
0.12
0.85
0.03
0.02
0.03
0.02
0.04
0.02
0.07
0.02
0.07
0.04
0.13
0.07
0.27
2.01 17.58 3.04 32.58 3.89 32.83 4.86 42.19 5.00 43.81 5.38 52.71
5.98
61.58
Flowers
Total -
0.46
0.02
3.24
0.75
6.43
1.00
6.81
1.25
9.32
1.30
9.78
Domestic Demand & Supply
(Unit – in Kg. per person per annum)
Per capita demand
(2020) – in
Kg./person /annum
** & ***
Per capita
consumption
(2010-11) - in
Kg./person/ annum
Total production
(2010-11) – in lakh
Mt.
Fruit
Vegetable
Fruit
Vegetable
Fruit
Vegetable
Fruit
Vegetable
Fruit
Vegetable
12.1
64.5
14.09
41.49
5.45
19.33
17
95
13.9
41.34
Total demand
(2010-11) – in lakh
Mt. *
Total production
(2020) – in lakh Mt.
****
(Source – National Sample Survey Organization (NSSO) collects data on house hold consumption
by sample survey techniques. This study uses data from consumer expenditure survey
of National Sample Survey (NSS) of rounds number 55 pertaining to year 1999-2000).
*
Demand projection is made on assumptions about populations, urbanization, poverty
and economic growth per capita demand.
**
Future population growth will follow the past population growth trend and urban
population proportion in total population will also follow past trends.
***
8% GDP growth rate per year is assumed.
****
Future production of horticulture crop will follow the current trend of 3% growth per
annum.
Observation Chhattisgarh in-spite of being one of the largest producers of
vegetables and spices does not have much export volume because of huge
domestic demand. Besides this there are supply constraints and huge post
harvest losses which lead to lower net availability of produces.
Supply Chain from Farm-gate to Market
2010-11 (Unit – inLakh Mt.)
Commodity
Total
annual
production
Post harvest
losses
1.
2.
3.
Total annual
consumption
within the state
(raw form)
4.
Fruit
14.09
4.23
Vegetables
41.49
12.44
Raw material
used for
processing
Total surplus
for export to
other states
Total import
from other
states
5.
6.
7.
3.08
0.83 *
1.54 ***
1.54
16.44
1.24 **
9.13 ****
1.65 *****
(Source – National Sample Survey Organization (NSSO) collects data on house hold consumption
by sample survey techniques. This study uses data from consumer expenditure survey
of National Sample Survey (NSS) of rounds number 55 pertaining to year 1999-2000).
*
Mango is the main crop used for processing Amchoor and Pickle.
**
Tomato is the main crop used for processing Ketchup and Purie.
***
Papaya, Cashew-nut, Banana and Mango are the main crops exported to other states.
**** Tomato, Cauliflower, Cabbage, Kharif Potato, Brinjal, Okra, are the main crops
exported to other states.
***** Potato, Onion and Garlic are major crops imported from other states.
Observation The annual per capita consumption of vegetable has increased.
The increase in consumption levels of vegetable and fruits has been quite
similar in both the rural and urban areas.
Supply Chain from Farm-gate to Market
(2010-11)
(in Lakh Mt.)
Planting Material Sub-Plan 2012-13
Procurement
Target
(in ha.)
No. of
plants per ha.
Total no. of
plants
required
Mango
1200
100
1,20,000
2,26,715
---
2.
Litchi
420
150
63,000
77,640
---
3.
Lime
495
277
1,37,115
2,75,352
---
4.
Guava
790
277
2,18,830
2,35,690
---
5.
Guava
(High Density)
135
1600
2,16,000
---
1,99,140
6.
Banana (TC)
2000
2500
50,00,000
---
50,00,000
7.
Cashew nut
400
200
80,000
---
80,000
Total -
5440
---
2,35,001
2,15,403
1,79,191
Sl.
No.
Fruit crop
1.
Self
Out
sourcing
Planting Material Sub-Plan 2012-13
Procurement
Sl.
Target Seed rate per
Total Seed
Spices crop
No.
(in ha.) ha. (in Kg.) Requirement (in Kg.)
Self
Out sourcing
1.
Chilli
700
0.30
210
---
210
2.
Coriander
500
20
10000
---
10000
3.
Turmeric
1000
250
250000
---
250000
4.
Ginger
1000
175
175000
---
175000
4200
---
4,35,210
---
4,35,210
Total -
Planting Material Sub-Plan 2012-13
Self
Out
sourcing
Sl.
No
Flower crop
1.
Rose
150
2100 (Plants)
3,15,000
---
3,15,000
2.
Gerbera
150
1090 (Plants)
1,63,500
---
1,63,500
3.
Rajnigandha
100
56,962 (Bulbs)
56,96,200
---
56,96,200
4.
Gladiolus
300
14,225 (Bulbs)
42,67,500
---
42,67,500
5.
Marigold
500
95 (Pkt.)
47,500
---
47,500
Total -
1200
---
1,04,89,700
---
1,04,89,700
Sl.
No
Aromatic crop
1.
Vetiver
Target Plant/Seed/Bulb
(in ha.)
rate per ha.
Procurement
Total
Plant/Seed/Bulb
Requirement
Target
in ha.
Plant/Seed/
Slips per ha.
Total
Plant/Seed/
Bulb
Requirement
50
31,250 (Slips)
15,62,500
Procurement
Self
Out sourcing
---
15,62,500
Component wise financial break-up of AAP 2012-13 under NHM
Sl.
No.
A.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
C.
D.
F.
Component
Plantation Infrastructure & Development Production of Planting Material
Establishment of New Gardens
Rejuvenation
Creation of Water Resources
Protected Cultivation
Promotion of Integrated Nutrient Management
(INM)/Integrated Pest Management (IPM)
Organic Farming
Pollination support through Beekeeping
Horticulture Mechanization
Technology Dissemination through
demonstration/Front Line Demonstration (FLD)
Human Resource Development (HRD)
Integrated Post Harvest Management
Establishment of Marketing Infrastructure for
Horticulture Produce
Mission Management
Total -
Financial (`. in Lakhs)
GOI
State
Total
% share
of total
367.84
1402.45
83.51
1289.27
888.63
64.91
247.49
14.74
227.52
156.82
432.75
1649.94
98.25
1516.79
1045.45
3.84
14.64
0.87
13.46
9.27
17.00
3.00
20.00
0.18
262.65
21.68
290.49
46.35
3.83
51.26
309.00
25.50
341.75
2.74
0.23
3.03
21.25
3.75
25.00
0.22
386.31
2899.44
68.17
511.67
454.48
3411.10
4.03
30.26
1179.38
208.13
1387.50
12.31
466.33
9581.53
82.29
1690.86
548.63
11272.39
4.92
100.00
Component wise financial break-up of AAP 2012-13 under NHM
Establishment of Marketing
Infrastructure for Horticulture
Produce
12%
Mission Management
5%
Production of Planting
Material
4%
Rejuvenation
Establishment of New Gardens1%
15%
Creation of Water
Resources
14%
Protected Cultivation
9%
Integrated Post Harvest
Management
Human Resource Development
31%
(HRD)
3%
Technology Dissemination
through demonstration / Front
Line Demonstration (FLD)
0%
Horticulture
Mechanization
3%
Organic Farming
3%
Promotion of Integarted
Nutrient Management (INM) /
Integrated Pest Management
(IPM)
0%
Pollination support through
Beekeeping
0%
PROPOSED ANNUAL ACTION PLAN 2012-13
(`. in lakhs)
Sl.
No
Programme
Scale Per Subsidy
Phy.
Unit
Unit
(Proposed
Target
(lakh) Assistance)
Fin.
Target
GoI
State
Share Share Remark
(85%) (15%)
I. Research
Central Government Institutes under ICAR, CSIR and others will take up research &
development works out of their existing budget for which a Research Advisory Committee will
identify the thrust areas.
A. Plantation Infrastructure & Development 1. Production of planting material i) Model Nursery (a) Model Nursery
(2 to 4 ha.) in Public
No.
Sector (`.6.25 lakh / one
ha. unit)
25.000
25.000
8
200.00
170.00
30.00
(b) Model Nursery
(2 to 4 ha.) in Private
No.
Sector (`.6.25 lakh / one
ha. unit)
25.000
12.500
4
50.00
42.50
7.50
12
250.00
212.50
37.50
Sub Total -
PROPOSED ANNUAL ACTION PLAN 2012-13
(`. in lakhs)
Scale Per Subsidy
Phy.
Programme
Unit
Unit
(Proposed
Target
(lakh) Assistance)
A. Plantation Infrastructure & Development 1. Production of planting material ii) Small Nursery (a) Small Nursery (1
ha.) in Public Sector
No.
6.250
6.250
3
(`.6.25 lakh / one ha.
unit)
(a) Small Nursery (1
ha.) in Private Sector
No.
6.250
3.125
8
(`.6.25 lakh / one ha.
unit)
Sub Total 11
iii) Rehabilitation of existing Tissue Culture (TC) units (b) Rehabilitation of
existing Tissue Culture
(TC) units in Private
No. 15.000
7.500
1
Sector (@ 50%
subsidy)
Sub Total 1
Sl.
No
Fin.
Target
GoI
State
Share Share Remark
(85%) (15%)
18.75
15.94
2.81
25.00
21.25
3.75
43.75
37.19
6.56
7.50
6.38
1.13
7.50
6.38
1.13
PROPOSED ANNUAL ACTION PLAN 2012-13
(`. in lakhs)
Sl.
No
Scale Per Subsidy
Phy.
Unit
Unit
(Proposed
Target
(lakh) Assistance)
Programme
Fin.
Target
GoI
State
Share Share Remark
(85%) (15%)
2
100.00
85.00
15.00
2
100.00
85.00
15.00
38
19.00
16.15
2.85
50
12.50
10.63
1.88
88
114
31.50
432.75
26.78
367.84
4.73
64.91
A. Plantation Infrastructure & Development 1. Production of planting material iv) Setting up of new TC units (b) Setting up of new
TC units in Private
Sector (@ 50%
subsidy)
No.
100.00
50.00
Sub Total v) Seed production and distribution for Vegetables (a) Seed Production
Ha.
0.500
0.500
(Public sector)
(b) Seed Production
(Private sector) @50% subsidy.
Ha.
Sub Total Total -
0.500
0.250
PROPOSED ANNUAL ACTION PLAN 2012-13
(`. in lakhs)
Scale Per Subsidy
GoI
State
Phy.
Fin.
Programme
Unit
Unit
(Proposed
Share Share Remark
Target Target
(lakh) Assistance)
(85%) (15%)
A. Plantation Infrastructure & Development 2. Establishment of New Gardens (Area Expansion) I. Fruits (a) Cost intensive crops (For a maximum area of 4 ha. per beneficiary)
iii) Banana (TC)
Ha.
0.832
0.312
(@50% subsidy)
- 75% subsidy on
planting material in
Ha.
0.832
0.312
1000 312.02 265.21 46.80
1st year.
Sub total 1000 312.02 265.21 46.80
(b) High density
planting (Guava) Ha.
0.628
0.314
@50% subsidy.
Sl.
No
- 60% subsidy on
planting material in
1st year.
Ha.
Sub total -
0.314
0.188
135
25.42
21.61
3.81
135
25.42
21.61
3.81
PROPOSED ANNUAL ACTION PLAN 2012-13
(`. in lakhs)
Scale Per Subsidy
Phy.
Programme
Unit
Unit
(Proposed
Target
(lakh) Assistance)
A. Plantation Infrastructure & Development 2. Establishment of New Gardens (Area Expansion) I. (c) (i) Fruit crops other
Fin.
Target
GoI
State
Share Share Remark
(85%) (15%)
1200
420
495
790
2905
118.80
44.42
78.72
78.03
319.97
100.98
37.75
66.91
66.33
271.97
17.82
6.66
11.81
11.70
48.00
970
340
245
50
30
1635
32.01
11.99
12.99
1.65
0.99
59.62
27.21
10.19
11.04
1.40
0.84
50.68
4.80
1.80
1.95
0.25
0.15
8.94
Sl.
No
than cost intensive crops
Ha.
using normal spacing.
(@75% subsidy)
0.400
0.300
- 60% subsidy on planting material in 1st year a) Mango (Grafted)
Ha.
0.220
0.099
b) Litchi (Gooti)
Ha.
0.235
0.106
c) Lime (Gooti)
Ha. 0.3534
0.159
d) Guava (Budded)
Ha. 0.2195
0.0988
Sub total - 20% subsidy on planting material in 2nd year a) Mango
Ha.
0.220
0.033
b) Litchi
Ha.
0.235
0.0353
c) Lime
Ha. 0.3534
0.053
e) Guava
Ha. 0.2195
0.033
f) Custard Apple
Ha.
0.220
0.033
Sub total -
PROPOSED ANNUAL ACTION PLAN 2012-13
(`. in lakhs)
Scale Per Subsidy
Phy.
Programme
Unit
Unit
(Proposed
Target
(lakh) Assistance)
A. Plantation Infrastructure & Development 2. Establishment of New Gardens (Area Expansion) I. (c) (i) Fruit crops other
Sl.
No
than cost intensive crops
using normal spacing.
(@75% subsidy)
Ha.
0.400
Fin.
Target
GoI
State
Share Share Remark
(85%) (15%)
0.300
- 20% subsidy on planting material in 3rd year a) Mango
Ha.
0.220
0.0330
995
32.84
27.91
4.93
b) Litchi
Ha.
0.235
0.0353
100
3.53
3.00
0.53
c) Lime
Ha. 0.3534
0.0530
100
5.30
4.51
0.80
d) Aonla
Ha. 0.2334
0.0350
200
7.00
5.95
1.05
Sub total 1395
48.66
41.36
7.30
Total 7070 765.69 650.83 114.85
II. Mushrooms (a) Integrated mushroom unit for spawn, compost production and training ii) Publice Sector
Unit 50.000
50.000
1
50.00
42.50
7.50
(b) Spawn making unit i) Public Sector
Unit
Total -
15.000
15.000
4
60.00
51.00
9.00
5
110.00
93.50
16.50
1 Unit at
Dhamtari
PROPOSED ANNUAL ACTION PLAN 2012-13
(`. in lakhs)
Scale Per Subsidy
Programme
Unit
Unit
(Proposed
(lakh) Assistance)
A. Plantation Infrastructure & Development 2. Establishment of New Gardens (Area Expansion) III. Flowers (For a maximum of 2 ha. per beneficiary) (a) Cut Flowers i) Small & Marginal Farmers (@50% subsidy).
a) Rose
Ha.
0.700
0.350
b) Gerbera
Ha.
0.700
0.350
Sub total (b) Bulbulous Flowers Small & Marginal Farmers (@50% subsidy).
a) Rajnigandha
Ha.
0.900
0.450
b) Gladiolus
Ha.
0.900
0.450
Sub total (c) Loose Flowers i) Small & Marginal Farmers (@50% subsidy).
a) Marigold
Ha.
0.240
0.120
Sub total Total Sl.
No
Phy.
Target
Fin.
Target
GoI
State
Share Share Remark
(85%) (15%)
150
150
300
52.50
52.50
105.00
44.63
44.63
89.25
7.88
7.88
15.75
100
300
400
45.00
135.00
180.00
38.25
114.75
153.00
6.75
20.25
27.00
500
500
1200
60.00
60.00
345.00
51.00
51.00
293.25
9.00
9.00
51.75
PROPOSED ANNUAL ACTION PLAN 2012-13
(`. in lakhs)
Sl.
No
Programme
Scale Per Subsidy
Phy.
Unit
Unit
(Proposed
Target
(lakh) Assistance)
Fin.
Target
GoI
State
Share Share Remark
(85%) (15%)
A. Plantation Infrastructure & Development 2. Establishment of New Gardens (Area Expansion) IV. Spices (For a maximum area of 4 ha. per beneficiary) Seed spices and Rhizomatic Spices. (@50% subsidy)
b) Chilli
Ha.
0.250
0.125
500
62.50
53.13
9.38
c) Coriander
Ha.
0.250
0.125
500
62.50
53.13
9.38
e) Ginger
Ha.
0.250
0.125
1000
125.00
106.25
18.75
f) Turmeric
Ha.
0.250
0.125
1000
125.00
106.25
18.75
3000
375.000 318.750 56.250
Total -
V. Aromatic Plants (For a maximum area of 4 ha. per beneficiary) (a) Cost intensive aromatic plants (Patchouli, Geranium, Rosemary, etc.) - @50% subsidy
(b) Other aromatic plants. (@50% subsidy)
c) Vetiver
Ha.
Total -
0.250
0.125
50
6.25
5.31
0.94
50
6.25
5.31
0.94
PROPOSED ANNUAL ACTION PLAN 2012-13
(`. in lakhs)
Scale Per Subsidy
GoI
State
Phy.
Fin.
Programme
Unit
Unit
(Proposed
Share Share Remark
Target Target
(lakh) Assistance)
(85%) (15%)
A. Plantation Infrastructure & Development 2. Establishment of New Gardens (Area Expansion) VI. Plantation crops (For a maximum area of 4 ha. per beneficiary) (a) Cashew & Cocoa
including replanting - Ha.
0.400
0.200
(@50% subsidy).
- 60% subsidy on
planting material in 1st Ha.
0.200
0.120
400
48.00
40.80
7.20
year.
Total 400
48.00
40.80
7.20
Total Sr.No. 2 (I to VI) 1649.94 1402.45 247.49
Rejuvenation /
replacement of senile
plantation including
3. Canopy management. Ha.
0.300
0.150
655
98.25
83.51 14.74
(@50% subsidy to a
limited of 2 ha. per
beneficiary)
Sl.
No
PROPOSED ANNUAL ACTION PLAN 2012-13
(`. in lakhs)
Scale Per Subsidy
GoI
State
Phy.
Fin.
Programme
Unit
Unit
(Proposed
Share Share Remark
Target Target
(lakh) Assistance)
(85%) (15%)
A. Plantation Infrastructure & Development 4. Creation of water resources (a) Community Tanks i) Community tanks/on farm ponds/on farm water reservoirs with use of plastic/RCC lining (10 ha. of command area, with pond size of 100m x 100m x 3m) - In Plain areas
No. 15.000
15.000
50
750.00 637.50 112.50
- In Hilly areas
No. 17.250
17.250
10
172.50 146.63 25.88
Sub total 60
922.50 784.13 138.38
(b) Water harvesting system for individuals - for storage of water in 20m x 20m x 3m
ponds/wells @Rs.100.00 cum (@50% subsidy) - In Plain areas
No.
1.200
0.600
266
159.60 135.66 23.94
- In Hilly areas
No.
1.380
0.690
1
0.69
0.59
0.10
Sub total 267
160.29 136.247 24.044
(c) Bore-wells - In Plain areas
No.
0.700
0.700
600
420.00 357.00 63.00
- In Hilly areas
No.
0.700
0.700
20
14.00
11.90
2.10
Sub total 620
434.00 368.900 65.100
Total 937 1516.79 1289.27 227.519
Sl.
No
PROPOSED ANNUAL ACTION PLAN 2012-13
(`. in lakhs)
Sl.
No
Scale Per Subsidy
Phy.
Unit
Unit
(Proposed
Target
(lakh) Assistance)
Programme
Fin.
Target
GoI
State
Share Share Remark
(85%) (15%)
A. Plantation Infrastructure & Development 5. Protected Cultivation 1. Green House Structure (a) Fan & Pad System
(`.1465.00 sq.mtr. @50%
Sq.
subsidy of the cost
Mtr.
limited to 4000 sq.mtr.
per beneficiary).
0.01465
0.00733
20000
146.50
124.53
21.98
Sq.
0.00935
Mtr.
0.00468
40000
187.00
158.95
28.05
Sq.
0.00375
Mtr.
0.00188
25000
46.88
39.84
7.03
65000
233.88
198.79
35.08
(b) Naturally ventilated Systemi) Tubular Structure
(`.935.00 sq.mtr. @50%
subsidy of the cost
limited to 4000 sq.mtr.
per beneficiary).
i) Bamboo Structure
(`.375.00 sq.mtr. @50%
subsidy of the cost
limited to 5 unit not to
exceed 200 sq.mtr. per
beneficiary).
Sub total -
PROPOSED ANNUAL ACTION PLAN 2012-13
(`. in lakhs)
Scale Per Subsidy
Programme
Unit
Unit
(Proposed
(lakh) Assistance)
A. Plantation Infrastructure & Development 5. Protected Cultivation 2. Plastic Mulching
(@50% subsidy of the
Ha.
0.200
0.100
total cost limited to 2
ha. per beneficiary).
3. Shade Net House i) Tubular Structure
(`.600.00 sq.m. @50%
Sq.
subsidy of the cost
0.006
0.003
Mtr.
limited to 1000 sq.mtr.
per beneficiary).
Sl.
No
ii) Wooden Structure
(`.410.00 sq.m. limited
to 5 units not to exceed Sq.
200 sq.mtr. per
Mtr.
beneficiary) - @50%
subsidy.
0.0041
0.0021
Phy.
Target
Fin.
Target
GoI
State
Share Share Remark
(85%) (15%)
5000
500.00
425.00
75.00
35000
105.00
89.25
15.75
4000
8.20
6.97
1.23
PROPOSED ANNUAL ACTION PLAN 2012-13
(`. in lakhs)
Scale Per Subsidy
Phy.
Programme
Unit
Unit
(Proposed
Target
(lakh) Assistance)
A. Plantation Infrastructure & Development 5. Protected Cultivation 3. Shade Net House -
Sl.
No
iii) Bamboo Structure
(`.300.00 - @50%
subsidy of the cost
limited to 5 units not to
exceed 200 sq.mtr. per
beneficiary).
Sq.
Mtr.
0.003
0.0015
Sub total 4. Plastic Tunnels
(`.30.00 sq.m. @50%
subsidy of cost limited to
1000 sq.mtr. per
beneficiary).
5. Anti Bird/Anti Hail
Nets (`.20.00 per sq.mtr.
@50% subsidy of cost
limited to 5000 sq.m. per
beneficiary).
Fin.
Target
GoI
State
Share Share Remark
(85%) (15%)
6500
9.75
8.29
1.46
45500
122.95
104.51
18.44
Sq.
Mtr.
0.0003
0.0002
137000
20.55
17.47
3.08
Sq.
Mtr.
0.0002
0.0001
70000
7.00
5.95
1.05
PROPOSED ANNUAL ACTION PLAN 2012-13
(`. in lakhs)
Scale Per Subsidy
Phy.
Programme
Unit
Unit
(Proposed
Target
(lakh) Assistance)
A. Plantation Infrastructure & Development 5. Protected Cultivation -
Sl.
No
6. Cost of planting
material of high value
vegetables grown in
poly house (`.105.00
per sq.m. @50%
subsidy of cost limited
to 500 sq.m. per
beneficiary).
Sq.
Mtr.
0.0011
7. Cost of planting
material of flowers for
poly house (`.500.00
Sq.
per sq.m. @50%
0.005
Mtr.
subsidy of cost limited
to 500 sq.m. per
beneficiary).
Total -
Fin.
Target
GoI
State
Share Share Remark
(85%) (15%)
0.0005
23000
12.08
10.26
1.81
0.0025
1000
2.50
2.13
0.38
1045.45 888.63 156.82
PROPOSED ANNUAL ACTION PLAN 2012-13
(`. in lakhs)
Scale Per Subsidy
GoI
State
Phy.
Fin.
Programme
Unit
Unit
(Proposed
Share Share Remark
Target Target
(lakh) Assistance)
(85%) (15%)
A. Plantation Infrastructure & Development 6. Promotion of Integrated Nutrient Management (INM) / Integrated Pest Management (IPM) -
Sl.
No
ii) Promotion of
IPM/INM (`.2000.00/ ha.
@50% subsidy of cost
No.
subject to a maximum of
`.1000.00/ha. limited to 4
ha./beneficiary).
0.020
0.010
Total -
2000
20.00
17.00
3.00
---
20.00
17.00
3.00
7. Organic Farming (a) Adoption of organic farming (Rs.20,000.00 - @50% subsidy of cost limited to
Rs.10,000.00/ha. for a maximum area of 4 ha. per beneficiary) i) 40% subsidy in 1st
year.
Ha.
0.100
iii) 30% subsidy in 3rd
Ha.
0.100
year.
Sub total -
0.040
900
36.00
30.60
5.40
0.030
1500
45.00
38.25
6.75
2400
81.00
68.85
12.15
Cary
forwarded
incomplete
activity of 500
ha. of AAP
2011-12
PROPOSED ANNUAL ACTION PLAN 2012-13
(`. in lakhs)
Scale Per Subsidy
Phy.
Fin.
Programme
Unit
Unit
(Proposed
Target Target
(lakh) Assistance)
A. Plantation Infrastructure & Development 7. Organic Farming (b) Organic Certification (Rs.5.00 lakh for a cluster of 50 ha.) -
Sl.
No
i) 30% subsidy in 1st
year
Cluster
5.000
1.500
18
27.00
22.95
4.05
60.00
51.00
9.00
87.00
73.95
13.05
470
141.00
119.85
21.15
470
2408
141.00
274.00
119.85
232.90
21.15
41.10
iii) 40% subsidy in 3rd
5.000
2.000
30
year.
Sub total 48
(c) Vermi compost units/organic input production unit i) 50% of cost conforming
for permanent structure to
the size of 30' x 8' x 2.5'
No.
dimension to be
administered on pro-rata
basis.
Sub total Total -
0.600
0.300
GoI
State
Share Share Remark
(85%) (15%)
Cary
forwarded
incomplete
activity of 500
ha. of AAP
2011-12
PROPOSED ANNUAL ACTION PLAN 2012-13
(`. in lakhs)
Scale Per Subsidy
Phy.
Programme
Unit
Unit
(Proposed
Target
(lakh) Assistance)
A. Plantation Infrastructure & Development 8. Pollination support through beekeeping -
Sl.
No
(c) Honey bee colony
(`.1400.00/colony of 4
farmers @50% subsidy
of cost limited to 50
colonies/ beneficiary).
(d) Hives (`.1600.00/hive
@50% subsidy of cost
limited to 50
colonies/beneficiary).
(e) Equipment including
honey extractor (4
farmer), food grade
container (30 kg), net,
etc. (`.14,000.00/set
@50% subsidy of the
cost limited to one set
per beneficiary).
Fin.
Target
GoI
State
Share Share Remark
(85%) (15%)
No.
0.014
0.007
720
5.04
4.28
0.76
No.
0.016
0.008
720
5.76
4.90
0.86
No.
0.140
0.070
210
14.70
12.50
2.21
1650
25.50
21.68
3.83
Total -
PROPOSED ANNUAL ACTION PLAN 2012-13
(`. in lakhs)
Sl.
No
Programme
Scale Per Subsidy
Phy.
Unit
Unit
(Proposed
Target
(lakh) Assistance)
Fin.
Target
GoI
State
Share Share Remark
(85%) (15%)
A. Plantation Infrastructure & Development 9. Horticulture Mechanization (a) Power operated
machines/ tools including
Power Saw and Plant
No.
Protection equipments etc.
(@50% subsidy limited to
one set per beneficiary).
(b) Power Machines (up to
20 HP) & with
rotavator/equipment No.
@50% subsidy limited to
one set per beneficiary.
(c) Power Machines (20
HP & above including
accessories/equipments) - No.
@50% subsidy limited to
one set per beneficiary.
0.350
0.175
110
19.25
16.36
2.89
3.000
1.500
115
172.50
146.63
25.88
3.000
1.500
100
150.00
127.50
22.50
Total 325
341.75 290.49 51.26
10. Technology Dissemination through demonstration/Front Line Demonstration (FLD) 25.000
1
25.00
21.25
3.75
i) Public Sector
Ha.
25.000
1
25.00
21.25
3.75
Total -
PROPOSED ANNUAL ACTION PLAN 2012-13
(`. in lakhs)
Scale Per Subsidy
Phy.
Programme
Unit
Unit
(Proposed
Target
(lakh) Assistance)
A. Plantation Infrastructure & Development 10. Human Resource Development (HRD) (b) HRD for Gardeners. No.
15.000
15.000
1
(c) Training of Farmers Sl.
No
i) Within the district
(`.400.00/ day per farmer
excluding transport, 2
No.
days training is
proposed.
i) Within the State
(`.750.00/ day per farmer
excluding transport, 6
No.
days training is
proposed.
iii) Outside the State
(`.1000.00 /day per
farmer excluding
No.
transport, 7 days
training is proposed.)
Sub total -
Fin.
Target
GoI
State
Share Share Remark
(85%) (15%)
15.00
12.75
2.25
0.008
0.008
4000
32.00
27.20
4.80
0.045
0.045
2800
126.00
107.10
18.90
0.070
0.070
1500
105.00
89.25
15.75
8300
263
223.55
39.45
PROPOSED ANNUAL ACTION PLAN 2012-13
(`. in lakhs)
Scale Per Subsidy
Phy.
Programme
Unit
Unit
(Proposed
Target
(lakh) Assistance)
A. Plantation Infrastructure & Development 10. Human Resource Development (HRD) (e) Exposure visit of farmers Sl.
No
Fin.
Target
GoI
State
Share Share Remark
(85%) (15%)
i) Within the district
(`.250.00 / day per farmer
excluding transport, 1 day
visit is proposed.
No.
0.0025
0.0025
3700
9.25
7.86
1.39
ii) Within the state
(`.300.00 / day per farmer
excluding transport, 6 day
visit is proposed.
No.
0.0030
0.0030
2650
7.95
6.76
1.19
iii) Outside the State
(`.600.00 /day per farmer
excluding transport, 7
days visit is proposed.
No.
0.042
0.042
1525
64.05
54.44
9.61
iv) Outside of India (`.3.00
No.
lakh per participant)
Sub total -
3.000
3.000
15
45.00
38.25
6.75
7890
126.25
107.31
18.94
Carry
forward
incomplete
activities of
AAP 2011-12
PROPOSED ANNUAL ACTION PLAN 2012-13
(`. in lakhs)
Sl.
No
Scale Per Subsidy
Phy.
Unit
Unit
(Proposed
Target
(lakh) Assistance)
Programme
Fin.
Target
GoI
State
Share Share Remark
(85%) (15%)
A. Plantation Infrastructure & Development 10. Human Resource Development (HRD) (f) Training/Study Tour of Technical Staff/Field Functionaries ii) Within the state
(`.
200.00 day per participants
@ `.650.00/day per
participant plus TA/DA, as
admissible, 7 days tour is
proposed).
No.
0.046
0.046
80
3.64
3.09
0.55
ii) Study tour to progressive
Sates/Units (group of
minimum 5 participants
@ `.650.00/day per
participant plus TA/DA, as
admissible, 7 days tour is
proposed).
No.
0.046
0.046
35
1.59
1.35
0.24
iii) Outside of India (`.5.00
No.
lakh per participant)
Sub total Total -
5.000
5.000
9
45.00
38.25
6.75
124
16315
50.23
454.48
42.70
386.31
7.53
68.17
Carry
forward
incomplete
activities of
AAP 2011-12
PROPOSED ANNUAL ACTION PLAN 2012-13
(`. in lakhs)
Scale Per Subsidy
Phy.
Programme
Unit
Unit
(Proposed
Target
(lakh) Assistance)
C. Integrated Post Harvest Management -
Sl.
No
i) Pack house/On farm
collection & storage unit
(`.3.00 lakh/per unit with No.
size of 9m x 6m - @50%
subsidy).
Fin.
Target
GoI
State
Share Share Remark
(85%) (15%)
3.000
1.500
300
450.00
382.50
67.50
15.000
6.000
5
30.00
25.50
4.50
ii) Pre-cooling unit (a) Credit linked backended subsidy @40% of
the cost of project in
General areas for 6MT
capacity.
No.
iii) Cold storage units (Construction/Expansion/Modernization) (a) `.6000.00/MT credit
linked back-ended
subsidy @40% of the
capita cost of project in
General areas for 5000
MT capacity.
No.
300.000
120.000
7
840.00
714.00 126.00
PROPOSED ANNUAL ACTION PLAN 2012-13
(`. in lakhs)
Scale Per Subsidy
Phy.
Programme
Unit
Unit
(Proposed
Target
(lakh) Assistance)
C. Integrated Post Harvest Management -
Fin.
Target
GoI
State
Share Share Remark
(85%) (15%)
4
660.00
561.00
11
1500.00 1275.00 225.00
Sl.
No
iii) Cold storage units (Construction/Expansion/Modernization) (b) `.6000.00/MT credit
linked back-ended
subsidy @55% of the
capita cost of project in
Hilly & Scheduled areas
for 5000 MT capacity.
No.
300.000
Sub total iv) Processing units (a) Cashew nut
processing unit credit
No. 15.000
linked back-ended
subsidy @40%.
(b) Tomato processing
unit credit linked back- No. 20.000
ended subsidy @40%.
Sub total -
165.000
99.00
6.000
1
6.00
5.10
0.90
8.000
2
16.00
13.60
2.40
3
22.00
18.70
3.30
PROPOSED ANNUAL ACTION PLAN 2012-13
(`. in lakhs)
Scale Per Subsidy
Phy.
Programme
Unit
Unit
(Proposed
Target
(lakh) Assistance)
C. Integrated Post Harvest Management v) Refer vans/Containers -
Sl.
No
(a) `.24.00 lakh/unit
credit linked back-ended
subsidy @40% of the
No.
capita cost of project in
General areas for 6 MT
capacity.
24.000
9.600
Fin.
Target
GoI
State
Share Share Remark
(85%) (15%)
1
9.60
8.16
1.44
vi) Primary / Mobile / Minimal processing unit (a) `.6000.00/MT credit
linked back-ended subsidy
@40% of the capita cost of No.
project in General areas
for 5000 MT capacity.
300.00
120.00
1
120.00
102.00
18.00
300.000
120.000
2
240.00
204.00
36.00
vii) Ripening chamber (a) `.6000.00/MT credit
linked back-ended subsidy
@40% of the capita cost of No.
project in General areas
for 5000 MT capacity.
PROPOSED ANNUAL ACTION PLAN 2012-13
(`. in lakhs)
Scale Per Subsidy
Phy.
Programme
Unit
Unit
(Proposed
Target
(lakh) Assistance)
C. Integrated Post Harvest Management vii) Ripening chamber (b) `.6000.00/MT credit
Fin.
Target
GoI
State
Share Share Remark
(85%) (15%)
1
165.00
140.25
24.75
3
405.00
344.25
60.75
Sl.
No
linked back-ended
subsidy @55% of the
capita cost of project in
Hilly & Scheduled areas
for 5000 MT capacity.
No.
300.000
165.000
Sub total viii) Evaporative / low
energy cool chamber (8
MT) - @50% subsidy.
ix) Preservation unit
(low cost) - `. 2.00 lakh/
unit for new unit @50%
subsidy.
x) Low cost onion
storage structure (25
MT) - @50% subsidy.
No.
4.000
2.000
305
610.00
518.50
91.50
No.
2.000
1.000
100
100.00
85.00
15.00
No.
1.000
0.500
297
148.50
126.23
22.28
PROPOSED ANNUAL ACTION PLAN 2012-13
(`. in lakhs)
Scale Per Subsidy
Phy.
Programme
Unit
Unit
(Proposed
Target
(lakh) Assistance)
C. Integrated Post Harvest Management -
Sl.
No
xi) Pusa Zero energy
cool chamber (100 kg) @50% subsidy.
No.
0.040
0.020
800
Fin.
Target
GoI
State
Share Share Remark
(85%) (15%)
16.00
13.60
2.40
Total 1826 3411.10 2899.44 511.67
D. Establishment of Marketing Infrastructure for Horticultural Produce i) Terminal markets
(`.150.00 crore/project
@25% to 40% (limited
to `.50.00 crore) as
Public-Private
Partnership mode
through competitive
bidding.
No. 1000.000 1000.000
ii) Rural Markets / Apni Mandies / Direct Markets (a) Credit linked backended subsidy @40% of
Unit 20.000
8.000
the capital cost of project
in General areas.
1
1000.00 850.00 150.00
27
216.00
183.60
32.40
PROPOSED ANNUAL ACTION PLAN 2012-13
(`. in lakhs)
Scale Per Subsidy
GoI
State
Phy.
Fin.
Programme
Unit
Unit
(Proposed
Share Share Remark
Target Target
(lakh) Assistance)
(85%) (15%)
D. Establishment of Marketing Infrastructure for Horticultural Produce -
Sl.
No
iii) Retail Markets / Outlets (environmentally controlled) Credit linked backended subsidy @55% in
case of Hilly &
Unit 10.000
5.500
29
Scheduled areas for
individual
entrepreneurs.
iv) Market extension,
quality awareness &
market led extension
activities for fresh
No.
3.000
3.000
2
products (100%
assistance to State Govt.
/ SHM / Public Sector
Agencies).
v) Static/Mobile Vending
Cart/ Platform with cool
Unit 0.300
0.150
40
chamber (@50%
subsidy).
Total -
159.50
135.58
23.93
6.00
5.10
0.90
6.00
5.10
0.90
--- 1387.50 1179.38 208.13
PROPOSED ANNUAL ACTION PLAN 2012-13
(`. in lakhs)
Sl.
No
Scale Per Subsidy
Phy.
Unit
Unit
(Proposed
Target
(lakh) Assistance)
Programme
Fin.
Target
GoI
State
Share Share Remark
(85%) (15%)
535.87
455.49
F. Mission Management I. State Level (a) State & Districts Mission Offices and
implementing agencies for administrative expenses,
L.S.
project, preparation, computerization, contingency
etc.
80.38
(c) Seminars, conferences, workshops, exhibitions, Kisan Mela, horticulture shows, honey
festivals etc. ii) State level (`.2.00
lakh per event of two
days).
No.
3.000
3.000
1
3.00
2.55
0.45
ii) District level (`.2.00
lakh per event of two
days).
No.
2.000
2.000
8
16.00
13.60
2.40
---
554.87
471.64
83.23
Total Grand Total -
11272.39 9581.53 1690.86
THANKS …..
SWOT Analysis
Strength –
• Climatic condition favors growing frost resistant
crops that are supplied as off-season crops to other
states.
• Traditionally farmers, especially tribals, are
vegetable grower and collector of wild fruits that
helps in easy transfer of technology and availability
of skilled labours.
• Good network of road and rail.
• Demand-driven market at local as-well-as in other
states due to increase purchasing power of people
and rapid industrialization/urbanization in the state.
• Existing network of departmental nurseries.
• Convergence of MNREGS in the state for effective
implementation of NHM.
Weakness –
• Low and declining productivity.
• Poor exposure of farmers and staff to modern
practices.
• Open grazing practices for 8 months in the year
causing damage to crops.
• Net irrigated area is lower.
• Lack of well trained extension person in the
remote blocks.
• Lack of infrastructure for processing, value
addition and post harvest management.
• Lack of organized market/Mandis at block level.
• Lack of appropriate transport facilities.
Opportunities –
• Presence of culturable fallow land 5.13 lakh ha.
• Scope for crop diversification from traditional
paddy/coarse grain farming to horticulture.
• Huge demand and increase in production of offseason crops.
• Presence of technical institutions like IGKVV, 18 KVK, 17 - Horticulture Colleges may help in
tapping modern knowledge in the field.
• Processing of surplus produces for value addition.
• Establishing network for organized agri-business
through PPP.
Threat –
• Excessive expansion of area without PHM
may create de-motivation among farmers.
• Absence of weather and disease forecasting
mechanism will adversely effect crop
protection.
• Excessive withdrawal of ground water will
lead to ecological imbalance.
• Excessive use of chemical fertilizers and
pesticide will cause ecological imbalance and
decrease in productivity.
• Lengthy procedure to access credit facilities
from banks de-motivate the farmers.
Cluster
Total Districts
18
Total -
NHM Districts
Crop Cluster
Bilaspur
43
Sarguja
231
Durg
43
Korba
30
Kabirdham
38
Raigarh
106
Jagdalpur
55
Raipur
150
Jashpur
32
Rajnandgaon
24
Korea
51
11
803
Year wise Sectoral Allotment & Expenditure
under NHM
(`. in lakh)
Sl.
Components
No.
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
Total
Fin. Fin. Fin. Fin. Fin. Fin. Fin. Fin. Fin. Fin. Fin. Fin. Fin. Fin. Fin. Fin.
Tr. Ach. Tr. Ach. Tr. Ach. Tr. Ach. Tr. Ach. Tr. Ach. Tr. Ach. Tr. Ach.
Production of
Planting
Material
158
Establishment
2.
of New
Gardens
827
1.
3.
4.
5.
Creation of
Water
Resources
Protected
Cultivation
INM / IPM &
Organic
farming.
126 249
(80%)
18
(7%)
372
78
(21%)
299 482 403 272
(161%)
(68%)
924 520 301
(56%)
188 2706 1684
(62%)
(62%)
144 3387 1715 4479 2315 4339 4193 3131 3670 4383 4422 4550 5713 25096 22172
(17%)
160
0
0
21
0
0
124
0
0
0
(52%)
(97%)
(117)
1550 735 1490 18 2480 1106 350 956
(47%)
0
16
(51%)
(1%)
(45%)
(273%)
579 103 242 296 617 673
(18%)
(123%)
(109%)
(101%)
(100%)
594 594 491
(100%)
335
88
(26%)
210 7115 3619
(43%)
492
(88%)
(51%)
281 2410 1441
(90%)
(60%)
3755 1746 3945 532 1720 1537 1100 1646 1404 1447 2117 1487 13957 8395
(46%)
(13%)
(89%)
(150%)
(103%)
(94%)
(60%)
(Contd...)
Year wise Sectoral Allotment & Expenditure
under NHM
(`. in lakh)
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
Total
Sl.
Components
Fin. Fin. Fin. Fin. Fin. Fin. Fin. Fin. Fin. Fin. Fin. Fin. Fin. Fin. Fin.
No.
Fin. Tr.
Ach. Tr. Ach. Tr. Ach. Tr. Ach. Tr. Ach. Tr. Ach. Tr. Ach. Tr. Ach.
489
6.
30
725 178 213 415 345
77
273 238 135
29
2905 1198
HRD
(6%)
4
Post Harvest
7.
Management
8.
725 231
Marketing
Infrastructure
(32%)
0
92
0
(195%)
0
0
0
192
0
0
1867
0
(25%)
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
(22%)
738
38
(5%)
0
0
864
0
0
(87%)
(21%)
(41%)
1054 642 1808 527 3696 1207
(61%)
(31%)
1252 1246 1111
(100%)
0
0
(33%)
3419 1246
(36%)
301 9881 4444 11589 3223 9292 8030 7546 7331 10218 9197 11005 8435 61304 40962
Total (16%)
(45%)
(28%)
(86%)
(97%)
(90%)
(71%)
(67%)
Year wise Requirement, Availability from
Departmental Nurseries & Out Sourcing of Planting
Material
Sl. Name of
No. Crop
Year
1.
Scheme
State Sector
Plants
%age
Required available availability
Target
No. of from depart- from depart(in Ha.)
Plants
mental
mental
nurseries
nurseries
Plants
%age
purchased
availability
from out
from out
sourcing
sourcing
agencies
1801
180100
180100
0
2696
269600
58780
210820
1500
150000
0
150000
500
75000
25000
50000
380
105260
105260
0
6877
779960
369140
State Sector
12654
126540
126540
0
National
Horticulture Mission
1500
150000
0
150000
14154
276540
126540
Mango
2.
3. Cashewnut
4.
Litchi
5.
Lemon
200506
National
Horticulture Mission
Sub Total 1.
Mango
2.
Cashew
nut
200607
Sub Total -
47
46
410820
150000
53
54
(Contd...)
Year wise Requirement, Availability from
Departmental Nurseries & Out Sourcing of Planting
Material
Sl. Name of
No. Crop
1.
2.
Mango
Year
Scheme
Plants
%age
Required available availability
Target
No. of from depart- from depart(in Ha.)
Plants
mental
mental
nurseries
nurseries
Plants
%age
purchased
availability
from out
from out
sourcing
sourcing
agencies
State Sector
1377
137700
137700
0
Rashtriya Krishi
Vikas Yojna
1057
105700
0
105700
5888
1800
988
700
1150
800
100
100
300
14260
588670
180000
160750
105000
318550
80000
10000
10000
83100
1779470
0
0
0
0
318550
0
10000
0
83100
549350
588670
180000
160750
105000
0
80000
0
10000
0
1230120
3.
4. Cashewnut
5. Sitaphal 200708
6.
Litchi
National
7. Lemon
Horticulture Mission
8.
Aonla
9. Jamun
10.
Bel
11.
Ber
Sub Total -
31
69
(Contd...)
Year wise Requirement, Availability from Departmental
Nurseries & Out Sourcing of Planting Material
Sl. Name of
No. Crop
1.
Year
Scheme
Plants
%age
Required available availability
Target
No. of from depart- from depart(in Ha.)
Plants
mental
mental
nurseries
nurseries
State Sector
1941
Mango
National
2.
5550
Horticulture Mission
3.
Litchi
1080
200809
4. Lemon
1250
National Horticulture
5.
Aonla
500
Mission
6. Sitaphal
550
7. Cashewnut
2000
Sub Total 12871
1.
State Sector
1941
Mango
2.
1900
3.
Litchi
980
20094. Lemon
900
National
10
Horticulture Mission 400
5.
Aonla
6. Sitaphal
800
7. Cashewnut
1000
Sub Total 7921
Plants
%age
purchased
availability
from out
from out
sourcing
sourcing
agencies
194100
194100
0
555000
60000
495000
162000
346250
50000
55000
200000
1562350
194100
190000
147000
249300
40000
221600
100000
1142000
100000
346250
0
0
0
700350
194100
70000
147000
249300
0
0
0
660400
62000
0
50000
55000
200000
862000
0
120000
0
0
40000
221600
100000
481600
45
58
55
42
(Contd...)
Year wise Requirement, Availability from Departmental
Nurseries & Out Sourcing of Planting Material
Target
(in Ha.)
Required
No. of
Plants
1.
State Sector
2240.7
Mango
2.
1060
3.
Lime
180
4.
Aonla
120
Rashtriya Krishi
Vikas Yojna
5. Sitaphal
470
6. Cashewnut
225
7. Coconut
95
8. Sweet Lime 2010- Rashtriya Krishi
200
11
Vikas Yojna
9. Nashpati
650
10. Mango
2150
11. Litchi
500
12. Lemon
500
National Horticulture
13. Aonla
500
Mission
14. Guava
650
15. Sitaphal
250
16. Cashewnut
1000
Sub Total 10790.7
224070
106000
49860
12000
130190
22500
9500
55400
65000
215000
75000
138500
50000
180050
69250
200000
1602320
Sl. Name of
No. Crop
Year
Scheme
Plants
%age
available availability
from depart- from departmental
mental
nurseries
nurseries
224070
0
49860
0
0
0
0
0
65000
178099
75000
138500
0
180050
0
0
910579
57
Plants
%age
purchased
availability
from out
from out
sourcing
sourcing
agencies
0
106000
0
12000
130190
22500
9500
55400
0
36901
0
0
50000
0
69250
200000
691741
43
(Contd...)
Year wise Requirement, Availability from
Departmental Nurseries & Out Sourcing of Planting
Material
Sl. Name of
No. Crop
Year
Scheme
Plants
%age
Required available availability
Target
No. of from depart- from depart(in Ha.)
Plants
mental
mental
nurseries
nurseries
Plants
%age
purchased
availability
from out
from out
sourcing
sourcing
agencies
1.
Mango
900
90000
90000
0
2.
Litchi
400
60000
60000
0
3.
Lemon
250
69250
69250
0
4.
Guava
650
180050
180050
0
5.
Sitaphal
200
55400
0
55400
150
30000
0
30000
2550
484700
399300
82
85400
18
3715659
49
3911681
51
2011National
12 Horticulture Mission
6. Cashewnut
Sub Total Grand Total -
69423.7 7627340
Information about Clusters Formed under NHM
Sl. Year
Name of
No. of No. of villages Area
No. of
Main Crops
Remark
No.
Districts
clusters in the cluster (Ha.) beneficiaries
1
Bilaspur
5
54
580
1219
Litchi, Mango, Lime,
2
Sarguja
15
87
2361
3283
Cashew, Ginger, Chili,
No. of
3
Durg
4
78
1190
1214
Garlic, Patchouli,
2005-06
distircts
Jamarosa, Pamarosa,
4
Korba
5
50
1940
3421
selected - 06
E.citridora, Khus,
5
Kabridham
3
52
1720
3033
Lemon grass,
6
Raigarh
4
61
1619
1710
Total 36
382
9410
13880
----1
Bilaspur
5
34
450
745
Litchi, Mango, Lime,
2
Durg
4
78
1190
1241
Cashew, Ginger, Chili,
No. of
3
Jagdalpur
6
113
2050
2701
Garlic, Patchouli,
2006-07
distircts
Jamarosa, Pamarosa,
4
Sarguja
6
37
700
1392
selected - 06
Aloevera, E.citridora,
5
Kabridham
8
74
950
1546
Khus, Lemon grass
6
Korba
5
50
1940
3421
Total 34
386
7280
11046
----1
Raipur
15
152
3216
3084
2
Bilaspur
10
89
1140
2517
Litchi, Mango, Lime,
3
Durg
9
101
1475
2229
Sitaphal, Aonla,
4
Jagdalpur
13
173
4923.4
5221
Cashew, Jamun, Bel,
5
Sarguja
15
51
2040
3364
Ginger, Chili, Garlic,
No. of
6 2007-08 Kabridham
11
104
2165
3203
Coriander, Marigold,
districts
Rose, Tuberose,
selected - 11
7
Jashpur
5
28
800
2223
Patchouli, Pamarosa,
8
Raigarh
11
103
1827
3916
Aloevera, E.citridora,
9
Korba
5
37
3300
5236
Khus, Lemon grass,
10
Rajnandgaon
10
101
2000
2096
11
Korea
9
49
1950
1646
Total 113
988
24836.4
34735
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Information about Clusters Formed under NHM
Sl. Year
Name of
No. of No. of villages Area
No. of
Main Crops
Remark
No.
Districts
clusters in the cluster (Ha.) beneficiaries
1
Raipur
10
102
2140
2044
Litchi, Mango, Lime,
2
Bilaspur
8
47
900
1568
Sitaphal, Aonla,
3
Durg
7
13
3151
1630
Cashew, Banana,
4
Jagdalpur
11
132
3169
4122
Ginger, Chili,
5
Sarguja
21
65
3000
3518
No. of
Turmeric, Coriander,
6 2008-09 Kabridham
4
99
1967
1392
districts
Garlic, Marigold, Rose,
selected - 11
7
Jashpur
6
24
1250
1526
Tuberose, Gailardia,
8
Raigarh
12
133
2569
3884
Pamarosa, Aloevera,
9
Korba
3
24
2350
2237
E.citridora, Khus,
10
Rajnandgaon
5
63
1592
2189
Lemon grass
11
Korea
8
44
1700
1509
Total 95
746
23788
25619
----1
Raipur
14
71
1100
1667
2
Bilaspur
5
48
400
1145
Litchi, Mango, Lime,
3
Durg
3
12
260
313
Sitaphal, Aonla,
4
Jagdalpur
10
64
1161
1458
Cashew, Banana, Chili,
5
Sarguja
45
163
4646.22
6394
Turmeric, Coriander,
No. of
6 2009-10 Kabridham
4
42
925
396
Marigold, Rose,
districts
Tuberose, Gailardia, selected - 11
7
Jashpur
5
18
381
296
Gladiolus, Aloevera,
8
Raigarh
16
23
1460
635
E.citridora, Khus,
9
Korba
5
31
2400
3185
Lemon grass
10
Rajnandgaon
3
13
400
482
11
Korea
12
68
1750
2593
Total 122
553
14883.22
18564
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Information about Clusters Formed under NHM
Sl.
No.
1
2
3
4
5
Year
Name of
Districts
Raipur
Bilaspur
Durg
Jagdalpur
Sarguja
6
2010-11
Kabridham
7
8
9
10
11
Jashpur
Raigarh
Korba
Rajnandgaon
Korea
Total 1
Raipur
2
Bilaspur
3
Durg
4
Jagdalpur
5
Sarguja
6 2011-12 Kabridham
7
Jashpur
8
Raigarh
9
Korba
10
Rajnandgaon
11
Korea
Total Grand Total -
No. of No. of villages Area
No. of
Main Crops
Remark
clusters in the cluster (Ha.) beneficiaries
36
542
2370
3513
Litchi, Mango, Lime,
Sitaphal, Aonla,
7
43
600
1603
Cashew, Banana,
No. of
10
62
410
416
Ginger, Chili,
districts
6
25
416
334
Turmeric, Coriander, selected - 11
49
188
2646.4
6657
Garlic, Methi,
4
135
1490
834
Marigold,
8
30
500
487
Rose, Tuberose,
34
113
880
909
Gerbera, Gailardia,
No. of
2
9
620
4046
Gladiolus, Aloevera,
districts
E.citridora, Khus, selected - 11
4
23
700
1658
Lemon grass
13
59
1250
2244
173
1229
11882.4
22701
----75
1275
2995
6157
3
17
200
500
6
19
225
169
Litchi, Mango, Lime,
9
16
50
77
Guava, Aonla, Cashew,
80
262
4280
9652
Banana, Ginger, Chili,
No. of
4
162
1460
2425
Turmeric, Coriander,
districts
Methi, Marigold, Rose, selected - 11
8
77
400
598
Tuberose, Gladiolus,
29
85
990
1218
Aloevera, E.citridora
5
30
350
2000
2
18
500
230
9
39
450
1105
230
2000
11900
24131
----803
6284
103980.02 150676
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Status of Electrical Tariff Applicable for Primary
Processing, Cold Storage, CA / MA Storage &
Food Ripening Units
•
At present Chhattisgarh State Electricity Regulatory
Commission has kept the primary processing units, cold
storages, CA/MA storages and food ripening units etc., under
tariff LV-5, LT industry (applicable to light and fan and power
for industries) and the energy charges are `.3.00 per unit.
•
SHM Chhattisgarh has written a letter to Ministry of
Agriculture, Government of Chhattisgarh regarding fixing of
tariff for these industries under tariff order of LV-4, LT
Agriculture allied activities where the energy charges are of
`.2.40 per unit (letter no.1356 dated 31.03.2010).
•
The matter is under consideration.
Information about Technical Staff Position of
Chhattisgarh State
Sanctioned
Positioned
Required
Staff strength sanctioned in State
1026
716
--
Contractual employees
136
108
--
Sl.
No.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Name of Post
Sanctioned post
Director Horticulture
Joint Director Horticulture
Deputy Director Horticulture
Assistant Director Horticulture
Senior Horticulture
Development Officer
Horticulture Development
Officer
Rural Horticulture
Development Officer
Gardner (4th class)
Total -
1
3
7
19
No. of post
filled
1
3
7
8
73
42
31
92
70
22
427
195
232
404
1026
390
716
14
310
Vacant post
0
0
0
11
Literature Published
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Success story of Horticulture in Chhattisgarh – I
(under NHM).
Success story of Horticulture in Chhattisgarh – II
(under NHM).
Success story of Horticulture in Chhattisgarh – III
(under NHM).
Vermi compost – Assistance provided to villagers from
National Horticulture Mission & Chhattisgarh Government.
Technical document on – Banana Processing & Value
Addition “End to End Approach”.
Technical document on – Aloevera Processing & Value
Addition “End to End Approach”.
Field Training Manual of Horticulture Survey.
Technical document on – Cashew Nut “End to End
Approach”.
Technical document on – “Safal Bagwani Ke Upaye”.
B. Expansion of area –
i. Shifting of focus from cultivating only high yielding
variety to –
• Introduce variety of crops with increased shelf-life and
compatible for processing.
• Increase disease resistance capacity of crops.
To achieve the goal institutional linkages will be
developed with Agriculture Universities to get research
inputs.
ii. Crop diversification by shifting from coarse grain and
paddy production to horticulture crops through • Crop planning.
• Re-allocation of culturable fellow land (5.13 lakh
ha.) and up-land under cereals (71,500 ha.).
• Lowering of establishment (due to high labour
input) and maintenance cost (especially due to
open grazing system) of horticulture crop.
To achieve the goal proper crop planning
and appropriate subsidy for area expansion will be
given from NHM. Institutional linkages will be
developed with KVK for motivation of farmers.
iii. Preparation of Comprehensive Land Use Plan to
introduce horticulture cultivation in • Culturable fallow land (5,13,000 ha.).
• Marginal land & Common land (3,44,000 ha.).
• Land under miscellaneous tree crops (1000 ha.)
and old orchards on common land (3000 ha.).
To achieve the goal area identified for horticulture
development shall be put before land use board and a
comprehensive plan shall be made. Land identified for
the horticulture shall not be diversified for the other
purpose.
C. Organic Farming and Organic Certification –
Chattisgarh is by-default practicing organic cultivation
especially in the tribal belt, mainly due to the low paying
capacity for modern agri-inputs of the farmers. Thus the state
does not need to invest much for promotion of organic farming
systems rather the need is –
•
To identify and develop a network of resource persons to
integrate the modern technical knowledge of vermicomposting and Integrated Pest Management with the
traditional knowledge base.
•
For promotion of organic cultivation in the state, it
neither requires high capital inputs nor a paradigm shift
from inorganic to organic practices but an intensive
awareness and sensitization campaign through
demonstration is needed.
Already existing organic practices in the state create a conducive
environment to go for organic certification of products. Therefore –
•
The state has already identified target species like Mango,
Cashew nut, Lime, Banana, Papaya and Aloevera for organic
certification (11,000 ha.).
•
The emphasis of the state will be on persuing different stages
for certification through promotion of Good Agriculture
Practices (GAP).
To achieve the goal, along with inputs from NHM,
institutional linkages will be developed with KVKs, NGOs
and Training Organizations for capacity building and skill
up-gradation and certification bodies like CGCERT. To
institutilize organic certification system and setting-up of
ICS help of NERAMC will be taken up.
E.
Production of planting material for assured
supply of quality planting material through •
Strengthening the existing nurseries,
developing model nurseries (114), small
nurseries (133 in private sector), setting up
new Tissue Culture units (9) and
Rehabilitation of existing TC (4).
To achieve this goal financial assistance from
NHM & RKVY and technical assistance from
training institutions (for gardeners) and
NERAMC will be taken.
F. Promotion of Horticulture Mechanization –
To increase the efficiency and increase in productivity
promotion of horticulture mechanization will taken up in
a big way through –
•
Introduction of small tractors (1645), rotavators
(2200), levelers, power tillers, earth augers, seed
drillers, ridge and furrow makers, reapers, power
sprayers, tractor mount sprayers, power operated
pruning saw/chain saw, weed/bush cutters (1760) and
plastic crates, to help in increasing productivity.
To achieve this goal financial assistance from
NHM & RKVY and technical assistance from CG Seed
Corporation Limited will be taken.
H. Human Resource Development –

It is very important to build the capacity of both the farmers and the
staff on issues related to production, harvesting, post harvest
management of products on the one hand and soft skills and
managerial skills like inter-personal communication, leadership,
institution building, group management and financial management
on the other. It is extremely important to build efficient resource
persons from within the department and also from among the
farmers who can act as peer educators and change agents to
implement the program especially adoption of new practices /
technology.
Capacity building programs are designed in the following model –
•
Training Need Assessment (TNA) –

i.
Training will not be uniform in nature rather modules will be developed
based on training need assessment of the stakeholders keeping in mind
the project objectives, project deliverables and existing gaps in
performance.
For the farmers –


Issue based in situ training within the district for a batch of 50 farmers
per training.
Exposure visits/study tours within the district, within the state, outside
the state
ii. For the Technical Staff / Field Functionaries
•
•
•
Refreshers course at the district level
Training of Trainers for selected officials at the state level
Resource Person Development program with study tour outside the
state.
iii. For the Supervisors and Entrepreneurs
•
•
Training of supervisors on project management and project
monitoring.
Training of Entrepreneurs from among the progressive farmers on
entrepreneurship development, modern techniques of agri-business.
iv. For the Gardeners
•
Training on garden management and rejuvenation of senile orchards.
To achieve this goal help of the prestigious training institutes
will be taken. Such type of Capacity Building Interventions in the
form of training is already going on in the state.
Schedule of training activities - Pert
Phase - I
Sl.
No
Training Activities
1.
Training for farmers
& PRI in the state
2.
Training for farmers
& PRI outside the
state
3.
Training of Trainers
4.
Resource persons
development
program
5.
Project Management
for mission staff
6.
Refreshers course for
senior level officials
7.
Refreshers course for
extension officers
Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep
Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb
Schedule of training activities - Pert
Phase - II
Sl.
No.
Training Activities
1.
Training for
farmers & PRI in
the state.
2.
Training for
farmers & PRI
outside the state.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Training of
Trainers.
Project
Management for
mission staff.
Refreshers course
for extension
officers.
Certificate course to
develop para
professionals.
Mar Apr May Jun
Jul
Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb
Schedule of training activities - Pert
Sl.
No
Training
Activities
1.
Training for
farmers & PRI in
the state
2.
Training for
farmers & PRI
outside the state
3.
4.
5.
Project
Management for
mission staff
Refreshers
course for
extension officers
Certificate
course to develop
para
professionals
Phase - III
Mar
Apr May Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct Nov Dec
Jan
Feb
Impact of NHM
Sl. No.
1.
1.
Activity
Phy.
Unit
Increase
Exp. (`. Output
in
(Production
lakhs)
in Mt.)
5.
6.
2.
3.
4.
Establishment of New Gardens A. Perennial crops a. Mango
Ha. 16,234 1811.38
b. Litchi
Ha.
4024
450.14
c. Lime
Ha.
3481
399.56
d. Aonla
e. Custard
Apple
Ha.
1036
66.09
Ha.
1880
208.71
f. Cashew
Ha.
11,676
656.77
6341
1428.60
B. Annual Crops -
Banana
Ha.
2,53,640
Impact
7.
1. Fallow land brought under
cultivation.
2. Employment generation at rural
level.
3. Support to eco-system through
plantation.
4. Although fruit orchards are in
gestation period but initiation of
flowering and fruiting develop
confidence in beneficiaries &
encourage other farmers for area
expansion.
1. Returns from Banana is very high.
2. Farmers are getting 40 to 45 Mt.
average yield per ha.
3. Banana is exported to the other
states from Chhattisgarh.
4. Whole sale traders from Delhi, UP.
are purchasing farmers produce
from farm gate. Farmers need not
to pay charges of harvesting,
packing & transport to market.
No. of
Beneficiaries
8.
38,609
2764
Impact of NHM
Sl. No.
Activity
1.
2.
2.
Spices crops -
Output
Phy. Exp. (`.
Unit
(Production
Increase in lakhs)
in Mt.)
3.
4.
5.
6.
Ha.
30,804
3546.03
1,84,824
b. Onion
Ha.
500
56.25
7790
c. Coriander
Ha.
2658
310.92
7442
d. Turmeric
Ha.
7684
915.48
53,788
e. Ginger
Ha.
7200
857.50
56,160
a.
Chili
Impact
No. of
Beneficiaries
7.
8.
1. Under Spices Chilli has become
main crop and it occupies highest
position both in area &
production.
2. Due to cluster approach larger
area of spices developed in a
cluster which increased the
bargaining power & also facilitate
the farmers to send their produce
to distant markets where they
fetched good prices.
3. Farmers are now inclined to grow
these crops in larger area at their
own cost.
4. Chili is exported to the adjoining
states from Chhattisgarh.
52,393
Impact of NHM
Sl.
No.
1.
3.
Activity
Phy.
Unit
Increase
2.
3.
Floriculture crops -
4.
a. Rose
Ha.
250
b. Gerbera
Ha.
231
c. Tuberose
Ha.
2913
d. Gladiolus
Ha.
2530
e. Marigold
Ha.
Ha.
2659
150
f. Chrysanthemum
4.
Community
Bore-wells
Nos.
4629
5.
Organic Farming
Ha.
5790
Exp.
(`. in
lakhs)
5.
Output
(Production in
Mt.)
6.
Impact
No. of
Beneficiaries
7.
8.
20 to 25 lakhs 1. Production of Cut flowers of
87.50
Roses, Gerbera, Tuberose &
cut flower
Gladiolus in the field of local
1.22 to 1.31
farmers fulfilling the local
80.71
lakhs cut
need of the state & also
flower
increased their income &
160 to 175
open a new area of
1309.50
lakhs cut
flower initially cultivation.
527 lakh sticks 2. Farmers are also exporting
1147.46
the cut flowers to adjacent
approx.
markets like Nagpur,
318.97 31893 approx.
Culcutta out of state.
18.00
450 approx.
1. About 11,500 ha. area is
brought under irrigation
through bore-wells.
2955.15
--2. Productivity of crops
increased due to assured
irrigation.
Farmers are motivated to use
traditional old techniques for
524.99
--production of crops. Process of
certification of the produce is in
progress.
9032
17,316
7179
Impact of NHM
Sl. No.
Activity
1.
6.
2.
b. Portable
HDPE unit
8.
Impact
No. of
Beneficiaries
7.
8.
1. Use of vermi compost is
improving soil health and
increasing production.
2. Cost of cultivation is also
reduced due to less use of
chemical fertilizer.
3. Farmers are also using vermi
wash as growth hormones.
14,921
Vermi compost units a. Pucca Tanka
7.
Output
Phy.
Exp. (`.
Unit
(Production in
Increase in lakhs)
Mt.)
3.
4.
5.
6.
Nos.
Ha.
Establishment of
Nos.
Model Nurseries
HRD
Nos.
2250
37,007
675.00
4973.22
33.75 lakh
CFT.
106 lakh
CFT.
64
1281.72
---
1. Plant production capacity of
departmental nurseries is
increased.
2. 30.80 lakhs plants produced
in the year 2011-12 in model
64 nurseries of NHM.
48,343
927.40
---
Training & exposure visits of
the farmers have been done.
48,343
Plant Production
Sl. No.
Year
No. of Plants
1.
2005-06
69,97,854
2.
2006-07
68,85,187
3.
2007-08
51,35,680
4.
2008-09
58,97,597
5.
2009-10
71,15,973
6.
2010-11
73,21,693
7.
2011-12
67,27,690
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