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 Extending Green revolution to areas having less
irrigation potential.
 Concurrent attention to soil health treatment, water
conservation and preservation of bio-diversity.
 Technology management to enhance productivity and
profitability.
 Implementation of programmes considering Agroclimatic factors.
 Attracting educated youth to Agriculture Sector and
retaining them.
Technological Interventions
 Deep ploughing by Tractor drawn M.B Plough /
Rotavator
 Seedling Root Dip/Nursery Treatment
 Weed Management – Chemical/ Mechanical
 Line Transplanting / Line Sowing
 Use of plastic drum seeder
 Use of Transplanter
 Use of micro nutrients based on Soil Test results
Outcome Derived
 Wide acceptance of Line Sowing and Transplanting
 Use of Drum Seeder in up-Land & Medium Land
created a new hope
 Role of Micro- Nutrient (Zinc Sulphate) in increasing
the productivity is well understood by the Farmers
 Support of N.G.Os made the task of other stake
holder easier
 Increase in Yield was significant (up to 50%)
Results of BGREI in Rainfed Up- Land
(Yield in term of Rice)
District
KORAPUT
MAYURBHANJ
GANJAM
BARGARH
STATE
Area
in ha.
No.
of
villag
es
No. of
farmers
involved
No of
Crop
cuttings
Max.
yield
in
Qtl./
ha
Min.
yield
in
Qtl./
ha
Av.
yield
in Qtl.
per
ha.
Demo.
Av.
yield in
Qtl. per
Ha.
Control
% of
increase
in yield.
1000
112
1851
680
25.51
9.99
15.38
8.86
74
1000
77
2324
138
32.31
13.46
21.27
16.05
33
1000
81
2196
81
25.13
15.82
20.64
15.42
34
1000
19
1732
46
20.02
7.63
14.21
10.46
36
4000
289
8103
945
7.63
16.64
10.55
58
32.31
Results of BGREI in Rainfed Shallow Low Land
(Yield in term of Rice)
District
Area in
ha.
No. of
villages
No. of
farmers
involved
No of
Crop
cuttings
Max. yield
in Qtl./
ha
Min.
yield in
Qtl./
ha
Av.
yield
in Qtl.
per
ha.
Demo
Av. yield
in Qtl.
per
ha
Control.
% of
increase
in yield
Balasore
2000
18
1644
129
55.65
28.05
40.19
23.87
68
Bhadrak
1000
10
1022
110
57.22
40.39
50.83
36.47
39
Cuttack
1000
27
1557
204
50.94
34.33
39.81
21.67
84
Jagatsingpur
1000
19
1381
48
49.82
27.26
38.31
27.94
37
Kendrapada
2000
29
2562
196
43.31
23.56
37.14
23.03
61
Koraput
1000
44
1328
124
43.48
16.55
26.84
20.66
30
Rayagada
1000
54
1491
30
33.94
23.15
31.35
22.43
40
Subarnapur
970.5
22
806
58
47.69
5.61
23.65
14.58
62
Mayurbhanj
2000
37
2501
282
41.96
22.55
30.58
25.02
22
Ganjam
2000
35
2497
70
38.43
25.02
33.55
22.55
49
Gajapati
1000
88
1572
158
37.70
14.81
23.73
18.18
31
Puri
1000
32
1765
64
29.64
26.29
27.70
24.55
13
Khordha
1000
16
1435
101
45.51
22.76
36.02
31.53
14
Baragarh
2000
22
2767
133
38.60
10.88
22.25
14.69
51
Sambalpur
1000
12
1382
33
29.75
19.07
20.42
8.74
134
State
19970.5
465
25710
1740
57.22
5.61
33.18
23.13
43
Results of BGREI in Irrigated HYV
(Yield in terms of Rice)
District
Area in
ha.
No. of
villag
es
No. of
farmers
involved
No of Crop
cuttings
Max.
yield in
Qtl./
ha
Min.
yield in
Qtl./
ha
Av. yield in
Qtl.
per
ha. Demo
Av. yield
in Qtl. per
ha
Control.
% of
increase
in yield
Balasore
2000
30
1703
96
51.61
22.44
35.51
23.28
53
Bhadrak
2000
19
2463
189
62.83
30.86
42.03
34.78
21
Cuttack
2000
31
2902
140
54.17
34.29
41.65
28.04
49
Jagatsingpur
1000
18
1613
40
50.62
32.46
41.32
30.12
37
Kendrapada
2000
22
3244
265
50.38
30.39
38.53
25.72
50
Koraput
2000
55
2720
252
41.51
16.38
31.13
22.74
37
Rayagada
1000
31
1061
40
44.92
28.68
34.60
24.67
40
Subarnapur
865.5
8
551
50
38.82
26.88
33.75
24.86
36
Mayurbhanj
2000
38
2633
300
54.98
20.64
32.29
24.24
33
Ganjam
2000
19
2860
38
47.24
29.17
37.03
27.04
37
Gajapati
1000
40
1481
148
47.35
15.48
28.84
21.07
37
Puri
2000
66
2444
160
35.49
28.91
33.73
28.62
18
Khordha
2000
50
2637
136
67.43
20.53
40.17
24.74
62
Baragarh
2000
15
1937
189
54.75
19.75
34.43
23.13
49
Sambalpur
2000
40
1231
75
63.82
27.20
36.35
26.29
38
25865.5
482
31480
2118
67.43
15.48
35.61
25.76
38
State
Results of BGREI in Irrigated Hybrid Paddy
(Yield in terms of rice)
District
Area
in ha.
No. of
villages
No. of
farmers
involved
No of
Crop
cutting
1000
50
1989
85
Sambalpur
1000
16
664
State
2000
66
2653
Puri
Max.
yield
in
Qtl./
ha
Min.
yield
in
Qtl./
ha
Av.
yield in
Qtl.
per
ha.
Demo
Av. yield
in Qtl.
per
ha
Control.
% of
increase
in yield
38.55 30.43
37.22
31.26
19
20
61.71 32.76
44.31
26.29
68
105
61.71 30.43 40.74
30.31
34
Results of BGREI in Rainfed Up- Land
Results of BGREI in Rainfed Shallow Low Land
Results of BGREI in Irrigated HYV
Results of BGREI in Irrigated Hybrid Paddy
Performance of BGREI Demonstration 2011-12 in
different districts
(Yield in term of rice)
District
Balasore
Bhadrak
Cuttack
Jagatsingpur
Kendrapada
Koraput
Rayagada
Subarnapur
Mayurbhanj
Ganjam
Gajapati
Puri
Khordha
Baragarh
Sambalpur
Average
% increase in yield
Av. Yield from
Av. Yield from
over control
Demo plot Control plot (Q/ha)
(Q/ha)
37.85
23.58
61
44.96
35.34
27
41.03
25.92
58
39.82
29.03
37
37.84
24.37
55
26.12
18.75
39
32.98
23.55
40
28.70
19.72
46
29.40
22.92
28
32.36
22.92
41
26.29
19.63
34
33.09
28.27
17
38.79
27.01
44
25.52
17.22
48
34.36
21.91
57
33.41
23.75
41
Yield rate of Rice in Odisha
Year
2007-08 (actual)
2008-09 (actual)
2009-10 (actual)
2010-11 (actual)
2011-12 (provisional)
2012-13 (projected)
2013-14 (projected)
2014-15 (projected)
2015-16 (projected)
2016-17 (projected)
Yield rate in kg/ha
1720
1553
1609
1640
1472
1752
1915
2070
2210
2275
Yield rate of rice in Odisha (kg/ha)
2011-12 (provisional)
2012-13 to 2016-17 (projected)
2500
2000
1609
1720
1500
1000
500
0
1885
1738
1553
1640
1472
1785
1833
1938
Fertilizer consumption in Odisha (kg/ha)
Year
2007-08 (actual)
2008-09 (actual)
2009-10 (actual)
2010-11 (actual)
2011-12 (actual)
2012-13 (projected)
2013-14 (projected)
2014-15 (projected)
2015-16 (projected)
2016-17 (projected)
State
52.00
62.00
60.00
62.26
59.96
85.00
100.00
120.00
135.00
150.00
National
115.27
127.21
135.27
144.14
143.80
N.A
N.A
N.A
N.A
N.A
Fertilizer consumption in Odisha (kg/ha)
State vs. National
Projection of fertilizer use in Odisha (kg/ha)
SRR of Paddy in Odisha
Year
SRR (%)
2006-07
6.35
2007-08
12.04
2008-09
15.05
2009-10
19.07
2010-11
20.64
2011-12
21.65
SRR (%) of Paddy in Odisha
Strategic Plans for Improving
Agril Production and
Productivity - 2012-13
Crop Demonstration - Rice
 155 clusters of each 1,000 ha under Rice
Demonstration in different agro-ecological zones like :
• Rain fed upland eco system – 7 clusters
• Irrigated hybrid eco system – 20 clusters
• Rain fed shallow low land – 64 clusters
• Irrigated HYV rice
– 64 clusters
 Soil test based nutrient application – soil sample
analysis of at least 30 samples for major nutrients and 3
samples for micro nutrients in a patch of 250 hectares.
 New varieties released during last 10 years given priority.
 Demonstration of Naveen,
Barshadhan, Ranidhan,
Pratikhya, Sahabhagi, RGL 2537, RGL 2538, Geetanjali,
Swarna Sub - 1 given importance for demonstration.
 Foundation seeds promoted in 25 clusters for seed
production programme.
 Popularisation of hybrids like Ajaya, Rajalaxmi and KRH 2 in 20,000 hectare area. 3,000 qtls of seeds procured
from GoI undertakings like HIL and SFCI as well as MoU
farms of CRRI.
 Application of weedicides – importance for dose and time
of application.
 Mechanical weeding by using power/ cono/ mandwa
weeder.
 Line sowing/ Transplanting is mandatory for entire
demonstration of 155 clusters covering 1,54,400 hectare.
 Sowing of seeds by using drum seeder.
 Pest and disease management through procurement of
need based pesticides.
 E-pest surveillance taken up throughout the State.
 Joint supervision and guidance to the farmers by Govt.
officials and KVK scientists.
Asset Building
• Providing life saving irrigation through supply of
•
43,173 pump sets with 50% subsidy limited to
Rs.10,000/-.
By now 4,300 pump sets have been supplied.
Site Specific Needs
• Farm-cum-Fish ponds (1,000 nos) in coastal area
where depth of water rises up to 2 ft – unsuitable for
crop production. Cost of each unit Rs.70,000/(Farmers’share 10,000/- and Govt. subsidy
Rs.60,000/-)
• Creation of community irrigation projects – 10 acres
of patch –Programme of 684 patches. Cost of each
patch is Rs.6,00,000 at 100 % subsidy
• Check Dam/ Diversion Weirs- Programme for 10
projects with estimated cost of Rs.50 lakh each.
Inter Departmental Policy
and
Programmatic Convergence
ROLE OF CRRI
• Director, CRRI is the member of the Central Steering
Committee (CSC).
• The CSC guides the implementation process, making
suggestion for improvement basing on the State Level
Monitoring Teams (SLMT).
• CCRI, Cuttack is the nodal institute in the monitoring
team and acts as the main bridge between the CSC,
SLMT and DLMT.
ROLE OF OUAT
• Identify the priority area to plan right interventions
• Close monitoring of implementation – ensure quality
technologies and services are extended to farmers.
ROLE OF KVK
• Provide feedback to SLMT on quality implementation of
•
•
the project.
Extend technical support for the demonstrations.
Monitor the programme and submit report to CRRI at
monthly intervals.
Marketing and Procurement
• Procurement of paddy is done by different agencies like
State Civil Supplies Corporation, PACS, MARKFED in the
mandies created within the reach of the farmers.
• The seeds are procured by OSSC under Seed Production
Programme.
Specific Areas of Strategic Research
• Development of suitable rice varieties for saline and
deep water eco-systems.
• Development of farmer friendly low drudgery manual
weeding equipment.
Monitoring Structure
In addition to State level Monitoring Team (SLMT), the
DLMT have been formed at the district level for regular
monitoring of the Project.
Set up of District Level Monitoring Team (DLMT)
• PD, ATMA
• Scientists of KVK
• Consultant, ATMA
• District level Agril Engineer
• Representative of District Collector
• District representative of WR Deptt
The Team will meet once every month (3rd week) and
review progress of implementation.
PHYSICAL PROGRESS UNDER BGREI-2012-13
Interventions
Unit
ECO-SYSTEMS
Rainfed Up
Land
Rainfed
Shallow Low
Land
Irrigated HYV
Irrigated
HYB
Total
Clusters formed
Nos.
7
64
64
20
155
Farmers involved
Nos.
7547
70484
70603
20423
169057
NGOs
Nos.
11
77
85
35
208
Progressive Farmers
selected
Nos.
70
634
640
200
1544
Staff Hand Holding
selected
Nos.
7
64
64
20
155
Drum Seeder supplied
Nos.
70
634
640
200
1544
SRI Power Weeder
Nos.
7
64
64
20
155
Seed Supplied
Qtl.
4200
39000
37690
3000
83890
Weedicide
Lts.
10500
97500
94500
30000
232500
Seedling Treatment
Ha.
0
58600
63900
20000
142500
Micronutrient (Zn & B)
Qtl.
1750
16250
15750
5000
38750
PHYSICAL PROGRESS UNDER BGREI-2012-13 (contd..)
Interventions
Unit
ECO-SYSTEMS
Rainfed
Up Land
Rainfed
Shallow
Low Land
Irrigated
HYV
Irrigate
d HYB
Total
Deep Ploughing
Completed
Ha.
7000
63400
64000
20000
1,54,400
Direct Seeding
completed
Ha.
7000
4800
100
0
11,900
Transplanting
completed
Ha.
0
58600
63900
20000
1,42,500
ASSET BUILDING
Nos.
43,173
pump
sets
SITE SPECIFIC
NEEDS
Nos.
40 Farm cum –
Fish
Pond
FINANCIAL PROGRESS
Activities
Block
Demonstration
Asset Building
Programme Achievement
in Lakh Rs. in Lakh Rs. (up
to 20th Sept.
2012)
12204.75
9489.37
4316.25
344.00
Site Specific Needs
5204.00
240.00
TOTAL
21725.00
10073.37
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