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Intensive Cotton Development Program(ICDP).
       
 
Macro Management Plan
 
National Watershed Development Programme For Rainfed Areas (NWDPR Extension Program)
 
PROGRAMME DETAILS
 

1. SCHEME: MP-A-06

2. PROGRAMME NAME:National Watershed Development Programme For Rainfed Areas (NWDPRA)

3. OBJECT OF PROGRAMME:

National Watershed Development Project for Rainfed areas is sponsored by Govt. of India. It was started in Madhya Pradesh during VIIIth Five- Year Plan in the Year 1990-91 in 385 blocks having less than 30% assured irrigated area. The total area of 385 selected Watersheds was 852753 ha. An area of 660202 ha. was treated against the total treatable area of 749641 ha. with an expenditure of Rs.129.42 crores.

The project carries following objectives :

  1. Insitu moisture conservation and use of natural resources i.e. land water and vegetation .
  2. Scientific management of land and water.
  3. Enhancement of production and productivity in rainfed areas.
  4. To train and to motivate the farmers for enhancing the productivity through the schemes of concerned departments.
  5. Promotion of Agriculture / Cottage Industries.
  6. Employment generation during and after the project.
  7. To ensure the peoples participation in project activities.

4. PRESENT STATUS:

The scheme is continued during IXth Five- year Plan and 280 new watersheds have been selected in the blocks . The details of the selected watersheds are as under:-.

1. Total geographical area 13.93 lakh ha.

2.Arable land 8.40 lakh ha.

3.Non arable land 2.92 lakh ha.

4.Treatable area 10.97 lakh ha.

5. Area treated so far 3.23 Lakh ha.

 

5. ANALYSIS FOR THE LAST THREE YEARS :

Rs. in Lakh

YEAR
CENTRAL SHARE
EXPENDITURE
Previous Balance
Release
Total Amt. Available
Central
State
Total
2000-01
17.78
2062.77
2080.55
1982.14
42.95
2025.09
2001-02
-
891.00
891.00
971.37
107.93
1079.30
2002-03*
-
1046.98
1046.98
840.07
93.34
933.41

* upto Dec. 2002

6. AREA OF OPERATIONS:

43 Districts of Madhya Pradesh covering 280 development blocks.

7. MAJOR AREAS OF CONCERN:

  1. Management of natural resources.

  2. Conservation of Land, water and vegetation.

  3. Enhancement of production and productivity in rainfed areas.

  4. Promotion of Agriculture / Rural Industries.

  5. Employment Generation.

  6. Improvement in Socio-economic condition of watershed population.

  7. Promotion of animal husbandry.

8. INTERVENTIONS:

  1. Introduction of watershed management programmes .

  2. Adoption of soil and water conservation measures.

  3. Introduction of recommended production technologies in conjunction with soil and water conservation activities.

  4. Introduction of Rural / Agricultural Industries.

  5. Labour oriented development activities for employment generation.

  6. Enhancement of per capita income through better agricultural production, employment generation by creation of Rural / Agricultural Industries and project activities. Empowerment of women will encourage their participation in decision making at every front. Community organisations would encourage brotherhood amongst the villagers.

  7. Introduction of improved animal breeds, castration of scrub bulls, animal health care and improved fodder.

9. PROPOSED PROGRAMME COMPONENTS :

S.No.
Name of component
1
Management Component
  a. Administrative cost
  b Community organization
  c. Training Programme
2
Development Cost
  a. Natural Resource Management
  b.Farm production system for
  c.Livelihood support system for landless families


10. JUSTIFICATION :

For achieving the desired objectives of different activities

11 OUTLAY PROPOSED CONTRIBUTION OF GOI & STATE GOVT.

Year
GOI
State
Total
2003-04
1080.00
120.00
1200.00

PROPOSED PROGRAMME COMPONENTS

(NWDPRA)

Physical Targets & Financial Requirements 2002-03

Rs. in Lakh

S.No.
Component
Unit
NORMS
2002-003
Physical
Financial
 

Management Component:

  • Administrative Cost
  • Community Organization
  • Training Programme
 
10% of Cost

7.5% of Cost

5.0% of Cost



1200.00

90.00

60.00

 

Development Cost :

  • Natural Resource Management
  • Farm Production system for land owning families
  • Livelihood support system for landless families
Hect.
50% of Cost

20% of Cost

7.5% of Cost

110000 600.00

240.00

90.00

Total
    1200.00
GOI Share 90%     1080.00
State Share 10%     120.00

 


 
 
River Valley Project and Flood Prone River Scheme
( RVP & FPR )
 

PROGRAMME DETAILS

1. SCHEME CODE: MP-A-07

2. PROGRAMME NAME:River Valley Project and Flood Prone River Scheme ( RVP & FPR )

3. OBJECT OF PROGRAMME:

  1. Prevention of Land degradation by adoption of multi-disciplinary integrated approach in the catchment areas.

  2. Improvement of land Capability and moisture regime in the water sheds.
  3. Promotion of land use to match land capability.
  4. Prevention of soil loss from the catchments to reduce siltation in the reservoirs.
  5. People's involvement in the management of catchments.
  6. Upgradation of skills in planning and execution of land development programmes in the catchment areas.

4. PRESENT STATUS :

For the conservation of natural resources and sustainable production with the help of Central Government scheme of River Valley Project (RVP) was started during 1961-62, programme of Flood Prone River (FPR) was started from the year 1981-82

At present RVP/FPR schemes are being implemented in 5 catchments, i.e., Chambal, Mata-Tila, Tawa,Mahi and Sone river.BY Agri. Deptt. And in narmada catchment by Narmada vally dev. Department.

5 ANALYSIS FOR LAST THREE YEARS :

Rs. in Lakh

YEAR
CENTRAL SHARE
EXPENDITURE
Previous Balance
Release
Total Amt. Available
Central
State
Total
2000-01
277.23
430.00
707.230
1253.18
12.27
1265.45

2001-02
-
891.00
891.00
551.40
61.27
612.67
2002-03*
-
715.14
715.14
757.80
84.20
842.00

* Upto Dec. 2002

6. AREA OF OPERATION :

As per approved programme for the year 2001-02 total 98 watersheds are being treated in 5 catchments spread over 14 districts of the state by Agri. Department.

7. MAJOR AREAS OF CONCERN :

i. High rate of siltation in reservoirs .

ii. Recurrence of floods.

8. CONSTRAINTS :

i. Cost norms on water harvesting structure should be fixed as per prevailing labour rates and material cost.

ii. Only per hectare cost should be fixed by GOI and state should be allove to decide the cost factors of all other components.

9. PROPOSED PROGRAMME COMPONENT:

S.No.
Name of component
1
Works:
i. Survey and demarcation.
ii. Treatment of agriculture and non agriculture land including drainage line treatment.
2
Infra structure
3
Hydrological and sediment monitoring.
4
Construction of stores ,labs, camp huts.
5
Maintenance of previous works in community land.
6
Transfer of Technology

10 JUSTIFICATION:

This programme is being implemented in the catchments of rivers to minimise the flow of silt, soil erosion, with rain water thereby prolong the life of reservoirs and minimise the occurrences of floods.

11 OUTLAY PROPOSED CONTRIBUTION OF GOI & STATE GOVT.

(in Lakh Rs.)

Year
GOI
State
Total
2003-04
560.00
62.22
622.22

12.    PROPOSED PROGRAMME COMPONENTS

(RVP & FPR)

Physical Targets & Financial Requirements 2002-03

Rs. in Lakh

S.No.

Component

Unit

Assistance

Rs./Unit

2002-003

Physical

Financial

1

Works :

  • Survey, demarcation & Field investigation  of WPR's
  • Project Activities
  • Entry Point Activities

Hect.

6500

20000

15.00

267.22

10.00

2

Infra-structure :

  • Pay, allowances
  • Contingencies
  • Hydrologic & Silt Monitoring
  • Construction of Stores, Labs, Huts
  • Corpus of funds
     

250.00

30.00

20.00

10.00

10.00

3

Transfer of Technology :

  • Training/ Workshop for staff
  • State level one day training
  • State level 3 days training
  • Field level Trainings
  • Demonstrations
  • Field visits
  • Publications
  • Services to NGO's
     

15.00

Total of Agriculture Department

     

622.22

Total for RVP&FPR

       

GOI share 90%

     

560.00

State Share 10%

     

62.22

Allocation to NVDA

       
 

 
 
Augmentation of Ground Water
 

 PROGRAMME  DETAILS

1.   SCHEME CODE                                   :           MP-A-13

2.   PROGRAMME NAME                      :           Scheme For Augmentation

                                                                    Of    Ground  Water                                                 

3.     OBJECT OF PROGRAMME :

1.         To augment ground water storage and control decline of water table.

2.         To improve ground water availability.

3.         To reduce surface runoff and soil erosion.

4.     PRESENT STATUS:

Small tanks, Percolation Tanks and Water Harvesting Structures are being constructed by the Department of Agriculture under Micro-Minor irrigation programme. Being solely a State sector programme there has been financial constraints and the programme could not be implemented as per required size. Therefore it is proposed to have the proposed scheme of Augmentation of ground Water.

5     ANALYSIS FOR LAST THREE YEARS :

              YEAR

CENTRAL SHARE

EXPENDITURE

 

Previous Balance

Release

Total Amt. Available

Central

State

Total

 
 

2000-01

-

56.97

56.97

58.20

6.47

64.67

 

2001-02

-

540.00

540.00

677.57

75.29

752.85

 

2002-03*

-

765.49

765.49

716.46

79.61

796.07

*Exp.upto Dec.2002

6      AREA OF OPERATION :

Whole rainfed area of Madhya Pradesh will be covered by proposed new scheme.  At present only 26% of total cultivated area (255.80 lakh hectares) is under irrigation. The scope of ground water utilization for sustainable agriculture makes the augmentation of ground water inevitable. Hence the scheme will be  implemented in all the 45 districts of Madhya Pradesh, excepting command areas of irrigation schemes.

The priority for implementing the scheme will depend on the crisis level.

7        MAJOR AREAS OF CONCERN :

1.         Degradation of water quality.

2.         Increased surface run-off and soil erosion. 

8.   INTERVENTIONS :

1.        Control over surface run-off and soil erosion.

2.        Construction of structure  for re-charge of ground water.

9                    PROPOSED PROGRAMME COMPONENTS :

S.No.

COMPONENT

EXPLANATION IN SUPPORT OF NEW COMPONENT

1

Percolation Tank

Percolation tanks are water storage structures where runoff water is stored on aquifers which permit comparatively fast  entry of water  at ground surface.  This results the ground water recharge.

10.    JUSTIFICATION :

All these activities will enhance the ground-water recharge and will reduce run-off and soil erosion.

11. OUTLAY PROPOSED  CONTRIBUTION OF GOI & STATE GOVT.

Year

GOI

State

Total

2003-04

985.01

109.45

1094.45

 

PROPOSED PROGRAMME COMPONENTS

(Augmentation of Ground Water)

Physical Targets & Financial Requirements 2002-03

Rs. in Lakh

S.No.

Component

Unit

Assistance

Rs./Unit

2002-003

Physical

Financial

1

Construction of Percolation Tanks

Nos.

500000

219

1095.00

Total

     

1095.00

GOI Share 90%

     

985.01

State Share 10%

     

109.45

 

 
 
Integrated Cereal Dev. Prog.(Rice)
 

MADHYA PRADESH

PROGRAMME DETAILS

1.  SCHEME CODE                        :      MP-A-01  

2.   PROGRAMME  NAME            :   Integrated Cereal Development Programme  (Rice)

3.   OBJECT OF PROGRAMME   :  To increase production and productivity of Rice 

4.  PRESENT STATUS            Area, Production &  Productivity  of Paddy    crop is as under (Pridiction) :-             

Year

RICE

AREA in ?ooo Hec

Production in ?000 MT

Productivity in Kg. Per Hectare

2002-03

17.20

19.50

1135

2003-04

17.80

21.60

1200

5.    ANALYSIS OF LAST THREE YEAR :

                                                                                                            Rs. in Lakh

YEAR

CENTRAL SHARE

EXPENDITURE

Previous Balance

Release

Total Amt. Available

Central

State

Total

2000-01

-0.41

70.50

70.09

102.72

22.39

125.12

2001-02

0

157.50

157.50

81.82

9.09

90.91

2002-03*

0

149.50

149.50

58.97

6.55

65.52

*  - Position upto December 2002                                                                                                                

6.   AREA OF OPERATION               :        All 45 Districts of Madhya Pradesh.

7.   MAJOR AREAS OF CONCERN :       

1.   Sowing is mostly done by broadcasting method.

2.    Paddy cultivation in upland and unsuitable areas.

3.   Non-availability of suitable High Yielding Varieties and Hybrid seeds.

4.   High incidence of  Insect-pests and diseases.

5.    Problem of Weeds.

6.   Erratic rainfall pattern.

7. Lack of area specific technology.

8.      Drought resistant early varieties

9.      Im-balanced and low fertiliser use

10.   Small area under assured irrigation

11.    Low seed replacement rate

8.  INTERVENTIONS:

1. Popularisation of line sowing.

2.   Replacement of upland paddy with suitable, sustainable crop.

3.   Inclusion of improved method of planting. large scale of population of green manuaring for paddy..

4.       More emphasis on Organic farming , Integrated Nutrient Management and Integrated Pest Management.

5.   Discouraging farmers for summer cultivation of paddy.

6.   Strengthening of training facilities  to farmers and Extension workers.

7.  Pre-monsoon nursery raising in irrigated area

8. Increase in seed replacement rate

9.    PROPOSED PROGRAMME  COMPONENTS:

S.No.

COMPONENTS

EXPLANATION IN SUPPORT OF COMPONENT

1

Purchase of Breeder seed For easy availability of latest varieties to ensure  higher seed replacement rate

2

Incentive on production of

a.    Foundation seed

 b.  Certified seed

To ensure large availability of foundation & certified seed.

3

Incentive on distribution of certified seed

To increase seed replacement rate

4

Integrated Nutrient Management :

  Subsidy on Zinc Sulphate/ Zypsum / Pyrite

33 Distt. are deficient in Zinc &  Sulphur, hence use of Zinc Sulphate / Zypsum / Pyrite  is to be promoted

5

Plant Protection

a. Subsidy on sprayer / duster

-Hand operated

-Power operated

b   Weedicide

To promote use of weedicides, insecticides and fungicides.

Weed control through labour is a major problem . To overcome  this, it is essential to provide incentives on use of weedicides .

6

Field Demonstration

a.   Technological Demonstration

b.Cultivation on Paddy bunds

i.      Arhar

ii.    Castor

iii.   Sesamum

c.      Bund formation on unbunded

Fields

To disseminate new technology among the farmers. Intensive farming for utilization of bunds & bund formation on periphery of paddy fields.

7

Seed Treatment

a.   Seed Treating Material

  b.    Seed Treating Drum

It is an important measure to protect crop from seed borne diseases.

8

Training :

a.   State level Workshop

b.   Training of Trainer

c.     Training of staff

d.     Training of farmer

For effective transfer of technology to the farmers & extension workers.

9

Technology Transfer Lab to land & Land to Lab :

a. Farmers visit

b.   Interface at Agro-climatic zones

Problems of field may be discussed face to face with the scientists and solutions  may be tested in the field

10

Contingency

For POL etc.

10.       JUSTIFICATION :

1.        Approximately 17 lakh hectares area in Madhya Pradesh is sown under paddy crop, but  productivity is far below the national average  data ( M.P.:1073 Kgs per hectare ; INDIA 2807 Kgs per Hectare). In order to achieve the national productivity  level this programme needs special thrust. For this we plan to step-up the productivity level upto 1500 Kgs per hectare by 2002-03

2.     Special efforts are needed  to introduce hybrid rice seed production and cultivation specially where sufficient irrigation water is available. Popularization of new High yielding varieties of early and medium duration is a priority. Purchase of breeder seed, production of foundation and certified seed and distribution of certified seed among the cultivator for popularisation of newly released varieties.

3.      Introducing low input technology and imparting training not only to the farmers, but also to Trainers and Extension Workers upto Block level .

4.     Conducting 3 Field Demonstrations per year per Block in all Rice growing areas to demonstrate the effectiveness of technology like, new High Yielding Varieties, Organic Farming, INM, IPM etc. Cultivation on paddy field bunds for intensive farming and bund formation on periphery of unbunded paddy fields.

5.       Integrated Nutrient Management as a coherent strategy  needs to be given top priority . Most of the soils are poor in micro-nutrients  especially Zinc and Sulphur. To cover-up this deficiency, provision of   subsidy is being proposed on use of Zinc sulphate . Efforts to popularise green manuring and its seed production has also been included. In the proposed programme .

6.        Paddy crop suffers from very high incidence of  number of insect-pest attacks  and diseases. Subsidy on Seed Treating material and Seed Treating Drums, Sprayers and Dusters has been included in the programme.

7.        Weeds are major problem in Kharif Rice crop  especially in direct sown upland and early-medium varieties.  Subsidy on weedicides to small and marginal farmers especially tribals is a must.

8.        Technology transfer from research to farmers and problem of farmers to research, farmers visit and interface at agro-climate level has been included in the programme

11        OUTLAY PROPOSED  CONTRIBUTION OF GOI & STATE GOVT.

Year

GOI

State

Total

2003-04

70.00

7.78

77.78

 

PROPOSED PROGRAMME COMPONENTS (ICDP-Rice)

Physical Targets & Financial Requirements 2003-04

Rs. in Lakh

S.No.

Component

Unit

Assistance

Rs./Unit

2003-04

Physical

Financial

1

Purchase of Breeder Seed

Qtls.

2000

200

4.00

2

Incentives on production of :

  • Foundation Seed
  • Certified Seed

Qtls.

Qtls.

200

200

2000

4000

4.00

8.00

3

Incentive on distribution of certified seed

Qtls.

200

3000

6.00

4

Integrated Nutrient Management

  • Subsidy on use of  Zinc Sulphate/ Zypsum/ Pyrite

Hect.

25% or 500

1000

5.00

5

Plant Protection

  • Subsidy on sprayers / dusters :

-          -          Hand Operated

-          -          Power Operated

  • Weedicides

Nos

Nos

Hect.

25% or 600

25% or 2000

25% or 500

500

50

200

3.00

1.00

1.00

6

Seed Treatment :

  • Seed Treating Material
  • Seed Treating Drums

Hect.

Nos

25

25% or 500

7500

161

1.76

0.80

7

Sprinkler Set/Pipe line/rain gun

  • SC/ST/S&M/Women farmers
  • Others

Nos

Nos

25% or 5500

25% or 3630

125

11.42

8

Training

  • State level Workshop
  • Training of Trainers
  • Training of staff
  • Training of farmers

Nos

50000

28000

20000

20000

1

7

45

45

0.50

1.96

9.00

9.00

9

Field Demonstration:

  • Technology Demonstration
  • Cultivation on paddy bunds

-          -          Arhar

-          -          Castor

-          -          Sesamum

  • Bund formation on unbunded fields

Acre

Nos

Nos

Nos

Acre

1000

30

50

15

 1000

500

4000

1500

1000

700

5.00

1.20

0.75

0.15

7.00

10

Technology Transfer Lab to land & Land to Lab :

  • Farmers Visit
  • Interface at Agro-climatic Zones

Nos

Nos

50000

20000

            3           

           4

1.50

0.80

11

Communication support :

  • Through printed Material
  • Through Electonic Material

Nos

Nos

25000

25000

3

1

0.75

0.25

12

Contingency

District

15000

45

6.75

Total

     

77.78

GOI Share 90%

     

70.00

State Share 10%

     

7.78

 
 
Integrated Cereal Dev. Prog.(C.C)
 

PROGRAMME  DETAILS

1.  SCHEME CODE        :           M.P. ? A-02

2.  PROGRAMME  NAME :          Integrated Cereal Development    

                                          Programme ( Coarse Cereal )

3. OBJECT OF PROGRAMME  :To    increase     production    and     productivity of Wheat, Jowar, Bajra and  Kodo-Kutki.

4. PRESENT STATUS (Pridiction):

5. ANALYSIS OF LAST THREE YEARS:

Upto December 2002

 6.AREA OF OPERATION :  All 45 Districts of  Madhya Ptradesh.

7.MAJOR  AREAS OF CONCERN :

1.     Large area  under rainfed farming.

2.      Inadequate availability of superior quality of HYV seeds suited to area
specific farming conditions.

3.   Inadequate and imbalanced use of fertilisers, Micro-nutrients &
Bio-fertilisers.

4.        Lack of area specific technology.

5.         Drainage congestion in low lying areas specially in canal commands.

6.     Lack of training and  extension material to disseminate the available technology.

8.   INTERVENTIONS:

1.  Re-organisation of seed production and distribution system.

2. Greater emphasis on Organic farming, Integrated Nutrient Management
and
Integrated Pest Management through demonstration and strengthened 
extension system.

3. Improvement in irrigation and water management system.

4. Strengthening of training facilities to farmers as well as to the
Extension workers.

5.  Use of electronic media and better utilisation of publicity system.

9..    PROPOSED PROGRAMME COMPONENTS :

S.No.

COMPONENTS

EXPLANATION IN SUPPORT OF COMPONENT

1

Purchase of Breeder seed

For easy availability of latest varieties to ensure  higher seed replacement rate.

2

Incentive on production of :

a. Foundation seed

b.  Certified seed.

  For rapid multiplication of seed  and to ensure large availability of  foundation & certified seed.

3

Incentive on :

a.Foundation seed distribution

b.Certified seed distribution

  To increase the seed replacement rate

4

Integrated Nutrient Management :

 a.   Subsidy on use of Zinc Sulphate

 b.   Gypsum/ Pyrite.

33 Districts are deficient in Zinc and  Sulphur, hence use of Zinc Sulphate / Zypsum / Pyrite is to be promoted.

5

Plant Protection :

 Subsidy on Sprayers and Dusters :

a.     Hand Operated

b.   Power operated

c. Weedicide/Herbicide

To promote use of weedicides, insecticides and fungicides.

Weed control through labour is a major problem . To overcome  this, it is essential to provide incentive on weedicides .

6

Seed Treatment :

a.     Seed Treating material

 b.    Seed Treating Drum

It is an important measure to protect crop from seed borne diseases.

7

Pipe lines

For efficient water utilization

8

Trainings :

a.     State Level Workshop

b. Training of trainers

c.    Training of  extension workers

d.     Training of  farmers

For effective transfer of technology to the farmers & extension workers.

9

Technology Demonstration

a.    Field Demonstration

b.     Diversion of crops

c.       Popularization of intercrops

d.    Cultivation on bunds

Intensive farming for utilization of  bunds and popularize inter-cropping system for risk coverage

10

Technology Transfer

 a.           Lab to Land & Land to Lab

b       Farmers visit

c.     Interface at Agro-climatic zones

Problems of field may be discussed face to face with the scientists and solutions may be tested in the field

11

Contingencies ( POL)

To meet-out the cost of boards & POL etc.

10.   JUSTIFICATIONS:

1. Under  this programme thrust  will be on wheat. In Rabi, wheat crop
covers approximately 45 lakh hectares of area in the state, but, the productivity is
below the national average. Therefore this scheme is proposed to enhance the
productivity of wheat and other Coarse cereal crops.

2.  In order to increase availability of  certified quality seeds, subsidy for
purchase of Breeder seed and incentive on production of Foundation and
Certified seed  is included in the programme. Subsidy on distribution of certified
seed is also included in the programme

3. Low cost production technologies, like use of Bio-fertilisers,
Micro-nutrients,
Seed treatment, Green Manuring, Integrated Nutrient Management,
Inter-cropping  etc.
are to be popularised  through Technology Demonstrations.

4.To counter the Zinc and sulphurs deficiency, subsidy is proposed on
use of Zinc Sulphate / Zypsum / Pyrite.

5. To combat the pest and disease attack and reduce the menace of weeds,
component of plant protection is included. To protect seed from seed borne
disease and fungus, seed treatment component is also included.

6. To enhance irrigation facilities and to utilize maximum irrigation potential,
distribution of pipe lines on subsidy  basis has been included in the programme.

7. State level Workshop shall be held every year to have an interface between
Research and Extension to assess and solve the field problems. Training to
Trainers and Extension staff shall be imparted  in addition to farmers .

8. Technology transfer from research to farmers and problem of farmers to research,
farmers visit and interface at agro-climate level has been included in the programme

9. Weeds are the major problem of cereal crops in kharif as well as Rabi crops,
hence subsidy on weedicide is proposed.

11    OUTLAY PROPOSED  CONTRIBUTION OF GOI & STATE GOVT.

Year

GOI

State

Total

2003-04

370.00

41.11

411.11

PROPOSED PROGRAMME COMPONENTS (ICDP-Coarse Cereal)

Physical Targets & Financial Requirements 2003-04

 

S.No.

Component

Unit

Assistance

Rs./Unit

2003-04

Physical

Financial

1

Purchase of Breeder Seed

Qtls.

2000

1300

26.00

2

Incentives on production of :

  • Foundation Seed
  • Certified Seed

Qtls.

Qtls.

200

200

5200

10.40

3

Incentive on distribution of certified seed / foundation seeds

Qtls.

200

13600

27.20

4

Integrated Nutrient Management

  • Subsidy on use of  Zinc Sulphate
  • Zypsum/ Pyrite

Hect.

25% or 500

25% or 500

7000

7000

35.00

35.00

5

Plant Protection

  • Subsidy on sprayers / dusters :

-          -          Hand Operated

-          -          Power Operated

  • Weedicides

Nos

Nos

Hect.

55% or 600

25% or 2000

25% or 500

9000

3500

4180

54.00

70.00

20.90

6

Seed Treatment :

  • Seed Treating Material
  • Seed Treating Drums

Hect.

Nos

50

25% or 500

15000

600

7.50

3.00

7

Sprinkler Set/Pipe line/ rain gun

  • SC/ST/S&M/Women farmers
  • Others

Nos

Nos

25% or 7500

25% or 5000

1000

50.95

8

Training

  • State level Workshop
  • Training of Trainers
  • Training of staff
  • Training of farmers

Nos

50000

28000

20000

10000

2

16

60

313

1.00

3.92

12.00

31.30

9

Field Demonstration:

  • Field Demonstration
  • Cultivation on  bunds
  • Diversification of crops
  • Popularization of Inter cropping

Nos

Nos

Nos

Nos

1000

100

60

30

1000

1790

750

9967

10.00

1.79

0.45

2.92

10

Technology Transfer Lab to land & Land to Lab :

  • Farmers Visit
  • Interface at Agro-climatic Zones

Nos

Nos

50000

20000

4

4

2.00

0.80

11

Contingency

District

30000

45

13.50

Total

     

411.11

GOI Share 90%

     

370.00

State Share 10%

     

41.11

 

 
 
Sustainable Dev. Of Sugarcane
 

 

PROGRAMME  DETAILS

1.   SCHEME CODE                :    MP-A-03 

2.   PROGRAMME NAME           :    Sustainable Development  of Sugarcane

3.   OBJECT OF PROGRAMME    :           To increase  Area, Production and

                                                           Productivity of Sugarcane.

4.   PRESENT STATUS               :           Area,  Production  and  Productivity of                                                                          sugarcane  is as under(Prediction):

YEAR

AREA in '000 Ha.

Production in '000 M.T.

Productivity in MT/ Ha.

2002-03

49.00

2050

42-00

2003-04

52.00

2180

42-00

1.      6.      ANALYSIS OF LAST THREE YEARS:

                                                                                                                       Rs. in lakh

YEAR

CENTRAL SHARE

EXPENDITURE

Previous Balance

Release

Total Amt. Available

Central

State

Total

2000-01

30.57

27.42

57.99

31.50

5.83

37.33

2001-02

0

81.00

81.00

63.00

7.00

70.00

2002-03*

0

78.30

78.30

44.31

4.92

49.23

* Upto Deceber 2002                  

6.  AREA OF OPERATION  :

    The programme will be implemented in 28 sugarcane growing  districts of  Madhya Pradesh as detailed under :-

    1.       Balaghat                                  

  2.       Chhindwara

  3.       Narsinghpur

  4.       Indore

5.       Dhar

  6.       Khargone

  7.       Badwani

8.        Khandwa

9.     Ujjain

10.  Ratlam

11.  Dewas

12.    Shajapur

13. Morena

14.  Sheopurkalan

15.   Gwalior

16.   Shivpuri

17.    Guna

18.  Datia

19.  Bhopal

20. Sehore

21.  Betul

22.Rajgarh

23.  Hoshangabad

24.  Harda

25.  Neemuch

26.Mandsaur

27.  Seoni

28.  Satna

29.Mandla

30.  Jabalpur

31. Vidisha

7.  MAJOR  CONSTRAINTS :           

(i)  Unavailability of improved sugarcane varieties.

(ii) Lack of awareness of improved methods of sugarcane cultivation

(iii)   Lack of  suitable implements for sugarcane cultivation.

(iv)   Lack of timely  adoption of Agronomical practices

(v)   Imbalanced  use of nutrients.

8.         INTERVENTIONS :

1.       Financial support  for seed production and distribution.

2.     Popularisation of Tissue culture planting materia/Poly bag planting matarialsl.

3.       Propagation of Inter-cropping.

4.      Introduction of suitable farm implements, i.e., Sugarcane,Cutter Planter, Rotavator, Power Tiller,  Stubble saver, Ridger etc.

5.    Training support.

6.   To popularise the use of biological control for insects , pests and diseases

9.     PROPOSED PROGRAMME COMPONENTS   :

S.No.

COMPONENTS

EXPLANATION IN SUPPORT OF NEW COMPONENT

1

Subsidy on production of improved seeds

Financial support to  Govt. Farms & SAU?s Research Farms for production of new improved sugarcane varieties .

2

Subsidy to the farmer for seed multiplication

 

3

Subsidy on purchase of seed

To provide financial assistance to the farmers for purchase of seeds.

4

Subsidy on tissue culture plants

Popularisation of tissue culture

5

Subsidy on poly bag planting materials

P.bag planting material among the farmers

6

Transport subsidy on sugarcane seed

Financial support to bring new varieties of sugarcane seed.

7

Propagation of inter-cropping

 To generate extra income to the sugarcane growing farmers, inter-cropping of garlic onion and others  crops to be encouraged.

8

Subsidy on Seed Treating Material.

Prevention and control of seed borne diseases.

9

Biological control.

Introduction of use of Bilogical control method s.

10

Subsidy on Plant Protection Equipment:

a.        b.        Hand operated

b.        c.        Power operated

For easy and effective spraying / dusting of Plant Protection chemicals

11

Financial assistance on use of Bio-fertilisers

To minimise use of chemical fertilisers

12

Drip Irrigation system

13.

Financial support for training to staff

14

Financial support for training to farmers

15

Farmers study tours

To demonstrate latest technologies at different locations through visits & study tours.

16

Continge Contingency

10.       JUSTIFICATIONS :

1.  A major programme for production and multiplication of quality seed ensuring their availability to the farmers shall be under-taken.

2.  Planting material produced through Tissue culture shall be popularised among farmers.on the same time low cost poly bag planting matarials shall also be popularised

3.  In sugarcane use of culture in the form of PSB, Azatobactor and Azosprillium are widely accepted  because the use of these cultures promote the fertility of soil and  availability of Nitrogen naturally.

4.   Skill of  farmers and Extension workers needs improvement through continuous training  and their visit to other areas where advance technology are being adopted.

5.  Sugarcane is a perennial  crop which is affected by so many diseases and pests  IPM is a major component which is to be included in the programme. Looking to its importance to maintain eco-balance and for economical control of pests and diseases, the cultivators are to be given incentives to use hand & power operated Plant Protection equipment, Plant protection chemicals and seed treating material.

6.  The sugarcane growing cultivators can be benefited economically by taking inter-crops, therefore inter-cropping is to be promoted.

7.    Besides the use of balanced fertilizers in soil it is also essential to use Micro-nutrients in standing crop as and when required to maintain soil and crop health.

8.   Pyrilla is main insect-pest of sugarcane crop. To control this insect-pest Apricania and Tricogamma is found most suitable.

11        OUTLAY PROPOSED  CONTRIBUTION OF GOI & STATE GOVT.

Year

GOI

State

Total

2003-04

80.00

8.89

88.89

PROPOSED PROGRAMME COMPONENTS

(Sustainable Development of Sugarcane)

Physical Targets & Financial Requirements 2003-04

Rs. in Lakh

S.No.

Component

Unit

Assistance

Rs./Unit

2003-04

Physical

Financial

1

Subsidy on production of improved Seed

Hect.

25000

7

1.75

2

Subsidy to the farmers for seed multiplication

Hect.

2000

90

1.80

3

Subsidy on purchase of seed

Hect.

2500

720

18.00

4

Subsidy on Tissue Culture plants

Nos.

2

90000

1.80

5

Subsidy on poly bag planting materials

Nos.

0.50

540000

2.70

6

Transport subsidy on sugarcane seed

Qtls.

30 to 70

19040

9.02

7

Propagation of inter-cropping

0.5Hect.

500

370

1.85

8

Subsidy on Seed Treating Material

Hect.

100

1270

1.27

9

Biological Control

Hect.

125

2070

2.52

10

Subsidy on PP Equipment:

  • Hand operated
  • Power operated

Nos

Nos

800

2000

625

400

5.00

8.00

11

Financial Assistance on use of Bio-fertilizers

Hect.

75

1800

1.35

12

Drip Irrigation system

Nos.

18200 or 26000

   

13

Training & Tours :

  • Training to staff
  • Training to farmers
  • Farmers Study Tours

Nos.

Nos.

Nos.

28000

10000

50000

5

108

30

1.40

10.80

15.00

14

Contingency

District

30000

 

8.40

Total

     

88.89

GOI Share 90%

     

80.00

State Share 10%

     

8.89

 

 
 

Balance and Integrated Use of Fertilizers

 

PROGRAMME  DETAILS

1.        SCHEME  CODE               :       MP-A-04    

2.        PROGRAMME NAME     :       Balanced and  Integrated Use Of Fertilizers  (BIUS).

3.       OBJECTS OF PROGRAMME :

1.         To promote the balanced & Integrated use of fertilizers.

2.                 To ensure effective quality control of fertilizers.

3.                 To assess the availability of  micronutrients   in the soil.

4.                  On the basis of   analysis of micronutrient availability in the   soil, adoption of promotional activities for application of micronutrient in the soil.

4.         PRESENT STATUS:-

 a.        Use of fertilizers in terms of  nutrients in M.P.  is  N 29.21, P 15.75 & K 2.17  Kgs per hectare (1997-98) . It is evident from  the figures that consumption of 'K' is very poor as compared to 'N' & 'P' .According to studies and experience it is found that due to less use of ?K?, the productivity of crop is not increasing at  desired level. The crop like Soybean, Paddy and Groundnut are giving very good response to zinc,sulphur and rock phosphate etc.  This indicates that special  emphasis is to be given for promotion of balanced use of fertilizer and also use of micronutrients.

 b.        The consumption of fertilizer particularly mixture and complexes is increasing  very fast.  The Quality control facilities are very limited in the state . There are    only five quality control labs in the state.  Soil testing facilities are   also insufficient.  Strengthening of existing soil testing facilities and fertilizer testing , as well as creation of the facilities for  analysis of micronutrients in the soil has become necessary.

            ANALYSIS OF LAST THREE YEARS: 

                                                                                                                  Rs. in lakh

YEAR

CENTRAL SHARE

EXPENDITURE

Previous Balance

Release

Total Amt. Available

Central

State

Total

2000-01

-

34.79-

34.79

8.52

0.15

8.67

2001-02

0

40.50

40.50

32.59

3.62

36.21

2002-03*

0

48.90

48.90

31.15

3.46

34.61

* upto Deceber 2002                   

5.       AREA OF OPERATION :All 45 districts .

6.      MAJOR AREAS OF CONCERN :-

         1.         Promotion of balanced and integrated   use of fertilizers.

     2.         Insufficient quality control facilities for fertilizers and Micro-nutrients.

7              INTERVENTIONS :

1.       Strengthening  of existing laboratories.

2.       Training Programs.

5        PROPOSED PROGRAMME COMPONENTS.

S.No.

COMPONENTS

EXPLANATION IN SUPPORT OF NEW COMPONENT

1

Strengthening the existing fertilizer testing laboratories.

To facilitate the laboratories for purchase of required chemicals, glass-ware and equipment for efficient working

2

Strengthening the existing soil testing laboratories.

To make available the required chemicals , glass-ware and equipment for efficient working as well as quick analysis of samples.

3

Scheduling large training program for quality control, compost  making, use of biomas, use of fertilizer and soil testing.

 

10.       JUSTIFICATION :

1.      At   present  we   have  four   fertiliser  testing   laboratories analyzing approximately 8000 fertilizer samples every year.  The state  had consumed about 32-35  lakh tons of fertilizer in the year 1998-99. The share of one  fertilizer testing Laboratory on consumption basis comes to about  6.00 lakh tones of fertilizer. The fertilizer consumption in coming years is expected to increase by 25%. For proper & effective quality control the efficiency of the quality control laboratory is proposed to be increased by facilitating them with supply of chemicals, glassware's and other necessary equipment's in the sufficient quantities.

2.      Quality control training program for extension workers as well for dealers and farmers is a prime requirement of the day.  Effective training  program  once  a year in each district is proposed to be organised.

11        OUTLAY PROPOSED  CONTRIBUTION OF GOI & STATE GOVT.

Year

GOI

State

Total

2003-04

50.00

5.56

55.56

PROPOSED PROGRAMME COMPONENTS

(Balanced & Integrated Use of Fertilizers)

Physical Targets & financial Requirements 2003-04

S.No.

Component

Unit

Assistance

Rs./Unit

2003-04

Physical

Financial

1

Strengthening of Fertilizer Testing Lab :

  • Purchase of Chemicals, Glass-wares
  • Maintenance of Equipment
  • Purchase of Equipment
  • Power Generation Set 9KVA

Nos.

100000

50000

100000

45000

4

4

4

2

4.00

2.00

4.00

0.90

2

Strengthening of soil Testing Lab:

  • Purchase of Chemicals, Glass-wares
  • Purchase of Equipment
  • Soil Preparation
  • Maintenance of Equipment
  • Distribution of Soil Testing Kits to staff
  • Power Generating Sets 9 KVA

Nos.

50000

1500000

50000

50000

15000

45000

23

1

20

10

5

1

11.50

15.00

10.00

5.00

0.75

0.45

3

Soil Testing & Fertilizer Quality Control Training

Nos.

5000

45

2.26

Total

     

55.56

GOI Share 90%

     

50.00

State Share 10%

     

5.56

 
 
Integrated Pest Management
 

PROGRAMME  DETAILS

1.      SCHEME CODE                     :   MP-A-05

2.      PROGRAMME NAME          :  Integrated Pest Management (IPM) 

3.     OBJECT OF PROGRAMME :

1.              Checking of the indiscriminate use of Pesticides which causes    ecological and environmental degradation.

2.          Effective Quality Control of Pesticides .

3.          Promotion of Bio-pesticides

4.           To promote use of safer Pesticides

5.              To conserve naturalparasites and predators

6.             Promotion of Light trapasmechanical tool for insect pest control.

4.    PRESENT STATUS :

1.         At present Department of Agriculture is continuously advocating the judicious use of pesticides so that indiscriminate use of pesticides can be checked.

2.     Training and demonstration is continuously given to the Extension staff and the farmers for promotion of judicious use of pesticides and insecticides.

5.    ANALYSIS OF LAST THREE YEARS:

                                                                                                                

 

YEAR

CENTRAL SHARE

EXPENDITURE

Previous Balance

Release

Total Amt. Available

Central

State

Total

2000-01

-

12.60

12.60

12.11

1.34

13.45

2001-02

-

90.00

90.00

74.62

8.29

82.91

2002.03*

-

132.00

132.00

93.95

10.44

104.39

            * Expenditure upto Dec. 2002.

6.    AREA OF OPERATION All 45 districts of the State.

7.     MAJOR AREAS OF CONCERN :

        Insufficient training facilities and IPM demonstrations Lack of knowledge regarding natural control of pest & diseases

8.      INTERVENTIONS :

1.           Promotion of IPM as State wide campaign.

2.           Re-structuring the training facilities to the extension workers & farmers for IPM.

9.      PROPOSED PROGRAMME COMPONENTS :

S.No.

COMPONENTS

EXPLANATION IN SUPPORT OF NEW COMPONENT

1

 IPM training

a.     a.     TrainersTraining

b.     b.      Extension Workers  Training

c.   Farmers Training

  Encouragement for integrated use   of inputs and other practices under

  IPM and  Checking indiscriminate use of pesticides which causes ecological and environmental degradation along-with effective quality control of insecticides & pesticides

2

Strengthening of pesticide Lab IIIIdfddddinclude chemical & glass ware

3

  Literature/Extension/Electronic Media

4

 IPM Demonstrations

·        ·        Crop Demonstration

·        ·        Machnical Process Demo(Light Trap)

5

IPM Demonstration cum Training

6

 Subsidy on Bio-pesticides/agents

7

 Cost of pesticides samples

8

Strengthning of bio Lab.

 

9

State lavel  workshop

 

10       JUSTIFICATIONS :

1.        Encouragement of judicious and integrated use of agricultural inputs and other practices under IPM.

2.        IPM Training :

1.          Under this scheme there will be emphasis on training on IPM to trainers,extension workers as well as to the farmers.

2.         Publicity would be on top of the agenda to appraise the farmers timely about advent of pests and insects.

11        OUTLAY PROPOSED  CONTRIBUTION OF GOI & STATE GOVT.

Year

GOI

State

Total

2003-04

134.00

14.89

148.89

PROPOSED PROGRAMME COMPONENTS

(Integrated Pest Management)

Physical Targets & Financial Requirements 2003-04

 

S.No.

Component

Unit

Assistance

Rs./Unit

2003-04

Physical

Financial

1

IPM Training :

  • Trainers Training
  • Extension Workers Training
  • Farmers Training

Nos.

28000

28000

6000

7

45

313

1.96

12.60

18.78

2

IPM Demonstration:

  • Crop Demonstration
  • Mechanical Process Demo (Light Trap)

Hect

Nos.

1500

600

1200

1250

18.00

7.50

3

IPM Demonstration cum Training

Nos.

6000

626

37.56

4

Subsidy on Bio-pesticides / agents

Hect.

500

5000

25.00

5

Cost of Pesticides samples

Nos.

   

7.10

6

Strengthening of Bio-Lab

Nos.

   

5.00

7

Strengthening of Pesticide Labinclude chemical & glass ware

Nos.

   

10.00

8

Literature/Extension/Electronic Media

     

5.00

9

State lavel  workshop

Nos

50000

1

0.50

Total

     

149.00

GOI Share 90%

     

134.00

State Share 10%

     

14.89

 

 
 
Farm Mechanization Program
 

PROGRAMME  DETAILS

1.     SCHEME CODE                                   :           MP-A-08

2.     PROGRAMME NAME                       :     Promotion  Of  Farm

                                                                              Mechanisation In Madhya Pradesh

3.     OBJECT OF PROGRAMME              :  To promote Farm Mechanisation Work

in M.P. 

4.    PRESENT STATUS                                           :     

1.        The growth of use of improved agricultural implement is less amongst small farmers

2.    Popularisation of  pow er drawn equipment in the state is much less in comparison to other states.

3.   Tractor density in the state is far below the national average as well as to other states.

4.    Farm power availability in the state is far below the national average.

5.   5.    ANALYSIS FOR LAST THREE YEARS :

 

YEAR

CENTRAL SHARE

EXPENDITURE

Previous Balance

Release

Total Amt. Available

Central

State

Total

2000-01

0.00

186.98

186.98

173.07

15.86

188.93

2001-02

0.00

495.00

495.00

431.21

47.92

479.16

2002-03

0.00

560.82

560.82

461.03

51.23

512.26

·     ·     Expenditure upto Dec. 2002

6.                  6.                  AREA OF OPERATIONAll the 45 districts of the state.

7.    MAJOR AREAS OF CONCERN  :

Use of conventional and traditional implements.

Many farmers are reluctant of using improved equipments.

Agricultural labour is not available for seasonal operations due to industrial developments and demands very high and unjustified wages.  

8    INTERVENTIONS :

1. Replacement of conventional and traditional implements.

2.   To discourage the use of timber in manufacturing of agricultural implements and to promote the use of alternative materials.

3.      To reduce the physical labour and drudgery.

4.      To reduce the losses in different agricultural operations.

5.       To encourage the efficient and judicious use of seeds, fertilisers and insecticides etc.

6.           To complete different farm operations efficiently in comparatively less time with
lower investment.

9.      PROPOSED PROGRAMME COMPONENTS :

S.No.

COMPONENT   

EXPLANATION IN SUPPORT OF  COMPONENT

1

Distribution of Improved agricultural

 bullock-drawn implements and hand

tools.

For effective monitoring and   implementation, there should be only

 one scheme against the present

 approach through  a component in

 various schemes

2

Distribution of Power Tiller and Power operated improved agricultural equipment

3

Distribution of  tractors upto 35 HP

 10.      JUSTIFICATION :

By using  improved  agricultural implements productivity can increase by 15 to 20%.Further it saves labour, time and money.Reducing man-hours and enhancing the power availability per hectare.Accrual of additional income by custom hiring of tractors and high value equipment.

11        OUTLAY PROPOSED  CONTRIBUTION OF GOI & STATE GOVT.

Year

GOI

State

Total

2003-04

500.00

55.56

555.56

12. PROPOSED PROGRAMME COMPONENTS

(Farm Mechanization)

Physical Targets & Financial Requirements 2003-04

 

S.No.

Component

Unit

Assistance

Rs./Unit

2003-04

Physical

Financial

1

Improved Bullock Drawn Implements & Hand Tools

Nos.

25%of the cost

100000

50.56

2

Power Tiller & Power Operated improved equipment Post Harvest Equipment

Nos.

25%of the cost

5000

85.00

3

Tractor up to 35 HP

Nos.

30000

1400

420.00

Total

     

555.56

GOI Share 90%

     

500.00

State Share 10%

     

55.56

 

 
 
Production of High Yielding and Quality Seeds
 

PROGRAMME  DETAILS

1.       SCHEME  CODE                       :                    MP-A-09        

2.       PROGRAMME NAME            :    Production Of  Quality  And High Yielding Seeds

3.     OBJECTS OF PROGRAMME :       

1.   Production and multiplication of High Yielding and quality seeds in sufficient quantity.

2.  Meeting the requirements of  Breeder, Foundation & Certified  seeds.

3. Infra-structural development of selected Farms in every year right from the year 2000-01 & subsequently in 2001-2002.

4.Establishment of Revolving Fund

5. Production of seed, launching new programmes through Seed Village Schemes.

        PRESENT STATUS :

Crop-wise area, requirement of seed, seed distribution along-with replacement rate is

given in the table  below :

S.No.

       CROP

  TOTAL

  AREA

Lakh Hec.

SEED 

RATE        Kgs/Ha

REQUIRE-

MENT

In lakh Qtls

DISTRI-

BUTION

Lakh Qtls.

SRR  in  %

KHARIF  :

         

1

Paddy

16.86

50

8.43

1.37

1.17

2

Maize

8.15

15

1.35

0.05

3.70

3

Jowar

8.26

15

1.27

0.075

5.88

4

Bajra

1.48

5

0.07

0.008

12.00

5

Urd

4.44

15

0.75

0.017

2.33

6

Moong

1.05

15

0.21

0.015

7.14

7

Arhar

3.37

15

0.675

0.03

4.44

8

Til

2.10

5

0.105

0.003

2.86

9

Niger

2.10

10

0.21

0.002

1.90

10

Sunflower

0.20

25

0.05

0.0015

3.00

11

Groundnut

1.00

100

2.50

0.02

0.53

12

Soybean

47.25

75

33.00

2.75

8.33

13

Cotton Hy

2.50

2.50

0.0625

0.03

100

14

Cotton Imp

3.00

10

0.30

0.02

6.67

 

TOTAL

137.7

 

67.0525

4.3915

6.5

RABI :

1

Wheat

48.73

100

48.50

2.50

5.88

2

Gram

26.13

80

21.60

0.40

1.85

3

Pea

2.00

80

1.60

0.042

2.63

4

Lentil

5.00

30

1.50

0.025

1.67

5

Mustard/Toria

8.50

5

0.425

0.041

9.64

6

Linseed

4.30

25

1.07

0.026

2.42

7

Sunflower

0.10

20

0.02

0.005

25.00

8

Safflower

0.30

20

0.06

0.021

35.00

 

TOTAL

89.7

 

68.775

3.06

4.45

GRAND TOTAL

227.40

 

135.82

7.45

5.48

                 

               It is evident from the above table that the Seed Replacement Rate

in the state is much below the to prescribed level.

6.                  6.                  ANALYSIS OF LAST TWO YEARS:

YEAR

CENTRAL SHARE

EXPENDITURE

 

Previous Balance

Release

Total Amt. Available

Central

State

Total

 

  2000-2001

-

26.14

26.14

26.18

2.91

29.09

2001-2002*

-

148.50

148.50

49.18

5.46

54.64

                       

* upto Dec.2002

6.     AREA OF OPERATION                       :   All  45 districts of the state.

7.     MAJOR AREAS OF CONCERN        :

        Paucity of quality seeds of cereals, pulses & oilseeds.

8.     INTERVENTIONS :

1.        Infra-structural development of existing Farms

2.   Upgrading the existing seed testing laboratory & establishing  new laboratories.

3.   Creation of Revolving Fund in Govt. Farms.

 9.      PROPOSED PROGRAMME COMPONENTS :

S.No.

COMPONENT

EXPLANATION IN SUPPORT OF COMPONENT

1

Infra-structural Development of 

Farms

 To ease the quality seed availability to   the farmers

2

Revolving fund for selected Govt.

Farms

Monitory arrangement for farmers seed production programme under fourth

channel of seed production

3

Strengthening of Seed Testing

 Laboratory

Number of seed samples are exceeding

due to increasing seed production &

 supply programme. It is necessary to strengthen

 Seed Testing Lab.

4

Etablishment of New Seed Testing Laboratories

At present there is only one STL under

Govt. control with limited capacity of

3000 samples per annum. This compels to

 establish one more laboratory for seed testing.

10.               JUSTIFICATION :

·        ·        Selected Agriculture farms are being taken during 2001-02 for infra-structural development of 15 Govt. agricultural farms under seed production plan. Rs.150.00 lakh have been proposed  for the purpose.

·        ·        Seed production programme on model Govt. farms : For enhancing Foundation seed Prod. on 11 Farms provision of Rs. 110.00 lakh have been made .

·        ·        Strengthening of Seed Testing Laboratories: For strengthening of one Seed Testing Lab.a provision of 30.00 lakh have been made for the year 2001-02

·        ·        Establishment of new seed testing laboratory : Existing one laboratory is unable to cope-up with the increasing load of seed samples for testing. As such one more Seed Testing Lab. is proposed to be established.

11       OUTLAY PROPOSED  CONTRIBUTION OF GOI & STATE GOVT.

Year

GOI

State

Total

2003-04

90.00

10.00

100.00

PROPOSED PROGRAMME COMPONENTS

(Production of High Yielding and Quality Seeds)

Physical Targets & Financial Requirements 2003-04

 

S.No.

Component

Unit

Assistance

Rs./Unit

2003-04

Physical

Financial

1

Infra-structural Development of selected Farms

No.of

Farms.

 

15

50.00

2

Seed Production Programme

Do

 

13

35.00

3

Strengthening of Seed Testing Lab

Do

 

1

5.00

4

Establishment of New Seed Testing Lab

do

 

1

10.00

Total

     

100.00

GOI Share 90%

     

90.00

State Share 10%

     

10.00

 

 
 

Dev. Of Organic and Sustainable Agriculture

 

 

PROGRAMME  DETAILS

1.     SCHEME  CODE                      :           MP-A-10        

2.     PROGRAMME NAME           :    Development  Of  Organic  &  Sustainable Agriculture 

(DOSA)

3.     OBJECTS OF THE PROGRAMME :

1. To promote the use of bio-fertilizer.

2. To promote Green manuring practices amongst farmers to maintain humus and fertility in the soil.

3.  To educate farmers for use of bio-fertilizer, production of  quality compost ,  Farm Yard  Manure (FYM)  and  use  of   biomas  for making       compost.

4.  To popularize use of biogas slurry.

5.      To prpare phasphorusenriched compost using rock phaosphate.

6.       Recyling of bio massthrough NADEP method of composting

  7.      Establisment of vermi compsting unite to produce vermicomposting

4      PRESENT STATUS :

Implementation of this scheme started in year 2001-02 under the guidance and supervision of a team of expeert comprising scient environmentalist and food management personals in 939 bio villages selected from 313 blocks of 45 dustructs in the state.Organic farming is in progress on Govt. farm on 50% area of total cultivable land.         

5.     ANALYSIS OF LAST TWO YEARS:  .

Year

CENTRAL SHARE

EXPENDITURE

Previous Balance

Release

Total Amt. Available

Central

State

Total

2001-02

0.00

363.16

363.16

117.92

13.10

131.02

2002-03*

0.00

363.16

363.16

162.91

18.10

181.01

·        ·        upto Dec.2002

6.     AREA OF OPERATION :-  All 45 districts of the state.

7.     MAJOR AREAS OF CONCERN :-

1.                 Now the time has come to improve humus availability in the soil. Green manuring, blue green algae use of cow-dung manure, prearation and use of NADEP phospho compost, and vermicompost are the main source of organic manure farming. These practices are to be popularised on mass scale.

8.     INTERVENTIONS :-

 1.      Promotion of  biofertilizer.

2.        Use  of  biomas for production of compost.

3.               Training on organic farming.

4         Production of vermicompost and its use

9.      PROPOSED  PROGRAMME COMPONENTS :

S.No.

COMPONENT

EXPLANATION IN SUPPORT OF COMPONENT

1

Setting-up BGA units

To produce mother culture of BGA for on-ward distribution to farmers

2

Subsidy for production of BGA mother culture

To strengthen the production unit for regular supply of mother culture

3

Distribution subsidy

To facilitate the farmers for purchase of mother culture

4

Production of Green Manure seed

To make available the Green Manuring seed to the farmers

5

Distribution of Green Manure seed on subsidy

To facilitate the farmers for purchase of Green Manure seed

6

Training Programme

To educate the farmers for better use of organic farming technology and also to train them for quality production of /farm Yard Manure, NADEP compost and how to use BGA for production of Paddy crop.

7.

Nadep Phospho compost pits

To prepare phosphours enriched compost using rock phosphate.

8.

Vermi composting

To produce good quality compost through verms with in short time & lowest cost.

9.

Subsidy on Demonstration

To popularized organic farming practices.

10.

Training & workshops State level workshop Divisional level workshop Assistance to NGO?s  National Seinar/workshop

-                                           -                                            

To trained the extension officers & workers.

11.

Literature Extension Electronic Media

For quick execution the electronic Media is essentital for  extension of the scheme.

12.

Bio demonstration cum training unit

To demonstrate modern technology of organic farming and to trained the farmers through demonstration.

13.

Research & development through krishi vikas kendra.

Research on organic farming through K.V.K.

10.     JUSTIFICATION :

 (i)  The requirement of biofertilizer is much more than what sis being done. That is why  the state need to promote the use of Bio-fertilizer in coming years.

(ii)  The humus content of the soil is deteriorating day   by day.  Humus is the main component of  the  soil responsible for increasing water retention  capacity of the soil , as well as it facilitates the availability of nutrients and micro-nutrients from the soil to the plants.  Green manuring is one main practice  which can increase the humus in the soil considerably.  Green manuring  practice have reduced during last few decades.  The availabilityof green manuring seed  has also become a problem.  It is necessary to build an atmosphere for promoting green manuring practices, which necessitates to develop facilities for supply of green manuring seeds.

(iii)  Farmers are already making rural compost, farm yard manure and cow-dung manure. Technical  know how is required to be transferred to the farmers for preparing quality compost and farm yard manure. Almost all biomas available in the nature is going waste and is not being utilized for any purpose.  Good  quality   compost can be made out of this biomas by popularising NADEP method of making compost in rural areas.  A large scale training program is required for the extension workers as well as for the farmers for this purpose.

(iv) Blue Green Algae (BGA)  is an important source of  nitrogen fixation aerobically as well as an-aerobically. It is very effective in paddy fields. The state has area of about 1.80 million hectares under paddy crop. The productivity is about 850 Kgs per hectare. For boosting-up the productivity of paddy  we need to have effective Nitrogen fixation agent. Blue Green Algae  production program is proposed to be taken up in paddy growing area of the state. It is proposed to establish TWO BGA units in the state.

(vi   Extension Workers and the farmers in the state  are to be trained for effective implementation of the programs on Organic farming.It is proposed to organize two training programs each year, one before Kharif and one before Rabi on compost making , use of  biogas slurry ,NADEP , BGA and Vermi-culture in each district. each training program would entail an expenditure of approximately Rs. 5000/-.       

v.  Extension Workers and the farmers in the state are to be trained for effective implementation of the programs on Organic farming. It is proposed to organize two training programs each year, one before kharif and one before Rabi on aompost making, use of biogas slurry NADEP, BGA and Vermi-culture in each district each training program would entail an expenditure of approximately Rs. 6000/-.

11   OUTLAY PROPOSED  CONTRIBUTION OF GOI & STATE GOVT.

Year

GOI

State

Total

2003-04

263.00

29.22

292.22

PROPOSED PROGRAMME COMPONENTS

(Development of Organic & Sustainable Agriculture)

Physical Targets & Financial Requirements 2003-04

 

S.No.

Component

Unit

Assistance

Rs./Unit

2003-04

Physical

Financial

1

Setting-up BGA Units

Nos.

150000

4

6.00

2

Subsidy on mother culture of BGA

Qtls.

10000

8

0.80

3

Subsidy on soil based BGA  culture

Qtls.

 1000

750

7.50

4

Subsidy on production of Green Manure seeds

Qtls.

500

1500

7.50

5

Subsidy on distribution of Green Manure seeds

Qtls.

500

10000

50.00

6

Training Programme for Organic Farming system

Nos

6000

9052

75.12

7

Phospho-compost pits

Nos.

200

18000

36.00

8

Vermi Composting

Nos.

500

13000

65.00

9

Subsidy on Demonstration

Nos.

500

3500

17.00

10

Training & Workshops:

  • State level Workshop
  • Divisional level workshop
  • Trainers Training Assistance to NGA's
  • National Seminar/workshop

Nos.

Nos.

Nos.

50000

50000

5000

2

10

1

1.00

5.00

4.30

5.00

11

Literature ,Extension,Electronic Media

No's

   

10.00

12

Bio demonstration cum training unit

     

8.00

13

Research & development through krishi vikas kendra

     

4.00

Total

     

292.22

GOI Share 90%

     

263.00

State Share 10%

     

29.22

 

 
 
Agri.Ext.Training and Communication Support
 

PROGRAMME DETAILS

1.         SCHEME CODE                          : MP-A-11

2.         PROGRAMME NAME                   : Agriculture Extension  Training and Publicity Support Programme

3.         OBJECTIVE OF PROGRAMME   :

            To strengthen and re-organise Training and Extension system of the state.

4.           PRESENT STATUS

Madhya Pradesh is comprises of 45 district which are further divided in to 313 blocks. The total cultivated area of the state is 151.30 Lakh hectare.  The total No. of farm holding are 66.37 Lakh.  Department of Agriculture has presently 5 Agriculture Extension Training Centers,  10 farmers Training Centers, 1 couple farmerstraining centers 2 soil conservation training centers and 1 plant protection training center.  Out of these 19 training centers, only one at Ujjiain is recently sanctioned during the year 1997-98 and its establishment is under process.  Rest all 18 centers are in dilapidated condition being at least 25-30 years old.  Out of these 18 centers, only 8 centers are being utilized for on campus trainings other 10 are only being used for off campus training due to lack of basic infrastructure and hostel facilities.There is a uttermost essential need to develop & strengthen these training centers as a well equipped with training assets in the state.      

5.   ANALYSIS OF LAST THREE YEARS

The year 2000-2001 was the first year of this scheme under Macro Management Plan. Since it could only be started at the fag end of financial year for want of clearance and release from GOI, the total planned component of the scheme could not be implemented. The details of work done during the year are, 2 trainer?s training programme, 5 out of the state staff visits, 7 with-in the state farmers visits. Extensive visits could be made by the extension staff at Block, District and Zonal level since funds for transportation was supplemented by the scheme. Along with this 10 training centers have been equipped with computers, software, printers, modem along with 2 set at state H.Q.

5.        AREA OF OPERATION All 45 districts of Madhya Pradesh

6.    MAJOR AREAS OF CONCERN :

1.Owing to the lack of financial resources the existing training centers are in a dilapidated condition.  They even lack the basic training infrastructure.

2.    State has no financial resources to support the training programme for faculty members, extension workers and farmers.

3.   Looking to the size of the state the existing training centers are not in position to cater the training needs of the state.  It is felt that there should be at least one training centers in each district.

4.   The existing centers are lacking in modern training equipment, books, periodicals, training materials, furniture, Over-head Projectors, VCR, TV and Publicity Vans etc. owing to resource crunch.

8.         INTERVENTIONS

1. Strengthening and up gradation of existing 19 Training Centers.

2.    Preparation of extension and training material for effective delivery of extension messages.

3.  Mobility of publicity and extension media.

4.  Organization of Exhibitions and Krishak Sammelans for demonstration of latest technologies among farmers.

5.    Equipping the new State level Training Institute at Bhopal.

6.   Exposure of extension workers and farmers to improve their skills by conducting study tours within and outside state.

7. Strengthening the existing departmental Printing Press at Bhopal for regular publication of programme promotional and training literature.

8.    Strengthening of 7 Printing Presses at each of 7 Agro-Climatic Zonal Offices.

9.    Use of electronic media including preparation of Video films and their display at block and village levels.

9..        PROPOSED PROGRAMME COMPONENTS :

S.NO

PROGRAMME COMPONENT

EXPLANATION IN SUPPORT OF COMPONENT

1

2

3

1.

Establishment of State level Agri. Extn. & Training Institute.

State Level Agri. Extn. and Training Institute has to be started in departmental building at Bhopal during the year 2002-03.  It was planned from 2000-01 but due to some administrative problems this could not be done during 2000-01.  This Institute is to be well furnished and equipped with latest audio visual equipments during the year 2002-03.

2.

Upgradation of existing Training Centres.

There are 19 training centres in the department out of which one is sanctioned only 2-3 years back.  These training centres are to be equiped with latest audio visual euipment along  with other furniture and materials.  10 training centres have been equiped with computers last year and remaining would be done this year.  The total programme has been phased for 3-4 years.

3.

Upgradation, development and strengthening of Infrastructure of demonstration farm situated on or near the Training Centres. 

During the training courses practical training is generally imparted on demonstration farms situated on or near by one training centres.  These demonstration farms are not being maintained properly for want of funds.  There fore it is proposed to take up these farms along with demonstration in MMP.

4.

Strengthening of departmental press

The department press buildings are very old building need renovation for proper utilisation.  Along with this these press are to be equiped with latest machines and computers.  Therefore this comments has been taken in MMP to be completed in phased manner.

5.

Communication and mobility of extension functionery.

Frequent visit and close contact with farmers is essential for extension staff.  Due to non availability of vehicle at very place and lack of funds for POL the visit to actual field are badly effected.  Therefore attangement of hireing of vehicle & POL has been made in  MMP

6.

Training to Extension functionaries and staff

For getting effective impact of extension efforts.  It is desired to train the field staff, so that they can train the farmers along with farmers training.  Provision of training in MMP will facilitate the farmers and staff to update their knowledge.

7.

Study tours and Visits.

Study tours ( within & outside the state.) of farmers and staff in group are proposed.  These visit will give exposure to farmers and staff regarding latest technology development.

8.

Exhibition and Krishak Sammelans

Periodical exhibition and Krishak Sammelans are proposed for the exposure of farmers to latest agricultural technological development.

9.

Opening of New district level Training Centers.

Looking to the size of the State 19 training centers are insufficient to impart training to farmers and field functionary.  Therefore it is planned to open one training center in each district in a phased manner.  GOI is requested to provide for development.works  Building and establishment expenditure would be provided by the state.

10.

Preparation and up gradation of Training materials.

Preparation and development of training material in the shape of video films, charts,          audio cassettes is of prime importance for imparting effective training. Therefore all such materials shall be developed and distributed to all training centers. 

10.       JUSTIFICATION:

1.   The existing training centers lack sufficient lodging and boarding facilities, literature ,audio visual aids and other modern training facilities. These facilities are required  to be created.

2.     For efficient training exhibitions and Krishak sammelans, publicity vans equipped with TV / VCR and other publicity materials are required.

3.  Looking to the dilapidated condition of existing 19 centers they need renovation and up-gradation with basic facilities.

4.  State has established a State level Extension and Training Institute at Bhopal. This Institute is to be equipped in such  a manner that it becomes the hub of the agriculture extension training in the state.

5.  State has one printing press at Bhopal and 7 at divisional  head-quarters. These presses are in a good condition state. For bringing out training publication etc. these presses needs renovation, up-gradation and modernization.

6.  Preparation /   up-gradation of training material for imparting  effective training and transfer of technologies to the staff and farmers.

7.     It is essential  to organise farmers fares and sammelans for dessemination of modern technologies to the farmers. Financial support is needed for this activity.

8.     Tours and visits of  extension workers and farmers is essential activity for the transfer of technologies.

11    OUTLAY PROPOSED  CONTRIBUTION OF GOI & STATE GOVT.

Year

GOI

State

Total

2003-04

200.00

22.22

222.22

PROPOSED PROGRAMME COMPONENTS

(Agriculture Extension Training & Publicity support Programme)

Physical Targets & Financial Requirements 2002-03

 

 

S.No.

Component

Unit

Assistance

Rs./Unit

2003-04

Physical

Financial

1

Establishment of State Level Agriculture Extension & Training Institute :

  • Additional furniture, Audio-Video equipment, books, periodicals etc.
  • Renovation / Maintenance of buildings
  • Auditorium & furnishings
  • Ladies Hostel construction & furnishing
  • Campus renovation

Nos

Nos.

 

1

1

0

0

1

2.00

5.00

0

0

2.00

2

Up-gradation of existing Training Centres:

  • Audio-visual equipment
  • Hostel Furnishing
  • LCD, Computers,Printers, TV / VCR etc
  • Renovation / Maintenance of buildings wherever necessary including construction of Hostels etc.
  • construction of new training centers
  • construction of new hostel
  • Rent & contingency fund for training center
  • Furniture, Books, Periodicals etc.

Nos.

Nos.

 

20

20

2

10

19

2

2

8

20

37.00

20.00

10.00

30.00

32.25

20.00

15.00

10.00

5.00

3

Up-gradation, development & strengthening of infra-structure of Demonstration Farms situated on, or, nearby the district level Training Centre

Nos.

 

19

19.00

4

Strengthening of departmental Press :

  • Renovation & Up-gradation of Press buildings
  • New Off-set Printing Machine along with Computer set for State level Press

Nos.

Nos.

 

7

7

7.00

14.00

5

Communication and mobility of extension machinery, Hire charges / POL of vehicles for:

  • Zonal Offices
  • Training Centres
  • Depty directore Agri.
  • Block level Extension staff

Year

Year

Year

20000

20000

7

20

45

313

1.40

2.00

9.00

44.82

6

Training :

  • Farmers Training
  • Trainer's training programme

Nos.

Nos.

10000

42000

45

7

4.50

2.94

7

Study Tours / Visits :

a.   Farmers visit :

  • Within State
  • Out of State

b   Staff visit out of state :

  • Extension functionaries / Officers

Nos.

Nos.

Nos.

48000

50000

46000

7

7

3

3.36

3.50

1.38

8

Exhibitions & Krashak Sammelans :

  • Exhibition / Mela
  • Krashak Sammelan

Nos.

Nos.

30000

10000

7

7

2.10

0.70

9

Opening of new district level training centre

Nos.

800000

2

4.92

10

Training Equipment

       
 

at the lavel of training center

   

20

10.00

11

Rabi/Khrif workshop on Agri Inputs

   

14

5.60

12

Organise of Agri. Fortnight

   

45

4.50

13

Telecosting of Agri. Prog.through Setcom

   

50

7.50

14

Dev. of Agri. Soft ware

   

5

3.00

15

Film on Agriculturel Subject

   

2

2.00

Total

     

222.22

GOI Share 90%

     

200.00

State Share 10%

     

22.22

 

 
 
Dev. Of Information Technology
 

PROGRAMME  DETAILS

1.     SCHEME CODE                       :           MP-A-12

2.   PROGRAMME  NAME            :           Development of Information Technology  (DIT).

3.  OBJECT OF PROGRAMME     :          

A database network AGRINET  is proposed to be set-up with the following features :

1.  Set-up an integrated service for  collection of grass-root level data.

2.    Procurement and Installation of  Computer hardware.

3.   Development of software which can collect, analyse and disseminate information at State,Agroclimatic Zone and district level.

4. To ensure Extera-net based network/(WAN)up to ditrict lavel & also estiblished internet base net work.

5.      To establish a State Agriculture and Marketing  Information centre (SASMIC) with skilled personnel.

6.    Publish data, reports and literature on subject connected with weather and crop conditions, Agriculture and Horticulture production, Stocking and supply of inputs, market arrivals and  prices etc.

7.     Assist participating agencies in taking-up special studies related to their sector.

8.      Ensure co-ordination with Commissioner Land Records (CLR), State Agricultural Universities and other state-wide systems as required.

9.       Enlarge telecast through SAT COM

4.   PRESENT STATUS :     

The Information Technology  scheme has been implimented since 2000-01 in the department.Details are as under :-

  1.  Directorate of Agriculture has established  data-base  on the following subjects:-

-   State/District-wise land use,

-   Irrigation (Source-wise & crop-wise),

-   Land holdings(No. & area)

-   Crop-wise Area, Production & Productivity ,

-  Use of certified / Quality seed,

-    Fertilizer consumption (Total  & per unit area),

-   Availability of warehousing facilities, etc.

     2. Department also publishes and provides related information for researchers and  management personals.

    3. E-MAIL & internet facility is available at State,Agroclimatic Zone and district level.

    4.The customized  software has been developed under the information technolozy scheme for weekly monitoring of rainfall, sowing, stocking and distribution of seeds, fertilizer, Bio-fertilizer, agricultural implements,monitoring of Macro Management scheme etc.

    5.A software named ?MONITORING OF BUDGET?  with  the aim to regular monitoring & Financial riview of various programmes of the department for the Effictive implementation.of thescheme

    6. State Agriculture Forecasting Centre has been established  and it is in close contact with NCFC.

ANALYSIS OF LAST THREE YEARS :

YEAR

CENTRAL SHARE

EXPENDITURE

 

Previous Balance

Release

Total Amt. Available

Central

State

Total

 

2000-01

-

37.45

37.45

37.36

4.15

41.51

2001-02

-

57.20

57.20

56.87

6.32

63.19

2002-03*

-

57.00

57.00

11.57

1.29

12.85

                         

 

 

 

 

 

6.   AREA OF OPERATION :  

(a)  All the 45 district of the state.

7    MAJOR CONSTRAINTS :                   

1.  Presently large volume of data is being generated but it is not possible to analyze it for its use in decision making.

2.    There is no connectivity with the departmental offices and other agencies.

3.   Lack of proper hardware and software at state, zonal and district level.

4.   Lack of trained personnel.

5.   For quick transfer  of technical advice to farmers Agriculinic  facility not available.

6. Facility with deptt. Is not available for mass communication & interaction

  8    INTERVENTIONS :    

1.   Providing computers and software at state, zonal and district levels.

2.  Training to the persons on Information Technology for efficient management of the systems.upto field lavel

3.   Up-dating of software, maintenance of hardware,Extra-net(WAN) connectivity at every level.

4.   providing facilitig of reciving SATCOM programme

 9.     COMPONENTS   PROPOSED :

S.No.

COMPONENT

EXPLANATION IN SUPPORT OF NEW COMPONENT

1

Procurement of Hardware and net Working

Set-up an integrated computer service at state & district levels and establish Agriculture & Marketing information centre All district will be connected through lease line/ISDN line/Rflink/Dialup with Directorate of Agriculture(H.Q.)Bhopal.Procurment of Hardware & Net working equipment.

2

Purchase and development of specific soft-wares

For purchase & development of use of Agriculture software.

3

Maintenance of Hard-wares

For maintenance of the computers & peripharels.

4

Training of personals.

For efficient management & use of computers

5

SATCOM reciving centers

For effective interaction on large scale

10.    JUSTIFICATION :      

1.  The broad vision for computerisation in the department would be to fulfill the requirement for collection and analysis of data obtained. This would help in taking decisions and planning/ modifying the schemes with feed-back provisions to extension workers and farmers.

2 For installation of IT System, procurement of Hardware and Software is necessary.

3.  Creation of new posts is not agreed by the State Govt., therefore training to the existing  staff   may solve the problem to some extent.

11   OUTLAY PROPOSED  CONTRIBUTION OF GOI & STATE GOVT.

Year

GOI

State

Total

2003-04

50.00

5.56

55.56

12.  PROPOSED PROGRAMME COMPONENTS

(Information Technology)

Physical Targets & Financial Requirements 2003-04

 

 

S.No.

Component

Unit

Assistance

Rs./Unit

2003-04

Physical

Financial

1

Procurement of Hardware & Networking

     

20.00

2

Purchase & development of softwares

     

12.00

3

Maintenance of Hardwares/ Stationery/ Connectivity

     

7.00

4

Training of personals

     

8.00

5

SATCOM  Reciving center

     

9.56

Total

     

55.56

GOI Share 90%

     

50.00

State Share 10%

     

5.56

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                

 
 
Seed Exchange Program
 

PROGRAMME DETAILS

1.  SCHEME CODE                   :MP-A-14

2.   PROGRAMME NAME       :PROD,REALIANCE AND EXCHANGE SEED  PROG.       

3.    OBJECTS OF THE PROGRAMME :

(i)   To carry out seed exchange programmes  of cereals and oilseeds for small & marginal farmers

(ii)Develop seed reliance amongst farmers themselves

(iii)  Implement seed production programme on Government Farms and farmers field within 10 Kms. radius of the farm concerned.

4.      PRESENT STATUS              :           Last Year included  under Macro Management Plan

5.         ANALYSIS OF LAST  YEARS        :          

YEAR

CENTRAL SHARE

EXPENDITURE

 

Previous Balance

Release

Total Amt. Available

Central

State

Total

 

2002-03*

-

86.42

86.42

43.16

4.80

47.96

                         

 

 

 

 

* up to Dec. 2002

6.    AREA OF OPERATION      :           All 45 districts of the State

7.     MAJOR AREAS OF CONCERN :

(i)  Majority of small and marginal poor farmers with negligible investment capabilities.

(ii)  Traditional cultivation of uneconomical crops especially in tribal areas.

(iii)Unawareness of small, marginal, SC & ST & genral farmers regarding seed and its quality.

(iv) In-effectiveness of routine seed exchange programmes.

(v)  In-sufficient, or even non-availability of quality seeds of improved varieties to  small & marginal farmers.

(vi)  Lack of training and knowledge dissemination facilities to these farmers.

8          INTERVENTIONS :

(i)   Systematic approach for seed exchange programme

(ii) Effective implementation of Seed Production programmes through Govt. Farms

(iii)  Development of Self-reliance for seed input.

.

9          PROPOSED PROGRAMME COMPONENTS :

S.No.

          COMPONENTS

EXPLANATION IN SUPPORT OF COMPONENTS

1

Seed Exchange

S & M farmers who will give the local seed he is going to

 sow, will be replaced with high yielding improved variety

 quality seed. Value of the seed given by the farmer should

 be25% of the seed being replaced to him/her, or, will

have to pay 25% cost of the seed being provided.

2

Seed Production

Small and marginal farmers within the vicinity of 10 Kms

radius of the Govt. Farm shall be selected for seed

production of improved varieties recommended for the

area. Priority shall be fixed on the basis of First come

First serve system.

3

Seed Reliance

Farmers shall be provided foundation /certified

seed for 1/10th of their cultivated area. They will be trained

for quality seed production and shall be provided the

required technical know-how according to their field

conditions.

10.       JUSTIFICATION  :

(i) The current seed organizations responsible for seed arrangement in the state are unable to provide sufficient quantity seed or required variety, on reasonable cost, especially to small and marginal farmers. This scheme will take care off fulfillment of seed requirement of all the small and marginal farmers of the state with lowest, or, very reasonable cost.

(ii)   Currently there are three different schemes being implemented to cover-up the above mentioned components.

(iii) These schemes are  restricted to SC and ST farmers only, while general small and marginal farmers are not getting the benefit of these provisions.

(iv)Training provisions in these schemes shall benefit the state to overall increase in productivity as these class of farmers generally get very low productivity and drag the state average to a very low level.

11.  OUTLAY PROPOSED  CONTRIBUTION OF GOI & STATE GOVT.

Year

GOI

State

Total

2003-04

68.00

7.56

75.55

12        PROPOSED PROGRAMME COMPONENTS

Physical Targets & Financial Requirements 2002-03

 

S.No.

Component

Unit

Assistance

Rs./Unit

2003-00

Physical

Financial

1

Seed Exchange Programme

Hect.

1000

11200

20.00

2

Seed Reliance Programme

Hect.

1150

23470

41.55

3

Seed Production Programme

Hect.

1250

5440

14.00

Total

     

75.55

GOI Share 90%

     

68.00

State Share 10%

     

7.55

 

 
 
Schemes Under Technology Mission
 
Oil Seed Development Program.
 

Objective:

The object of the scheme is to increase the production of oilseeds by adopting improved agronomic practices such as use of latest varieties, use of quality seeds, adopting of IPM technologies against pests and diseases application of recommended fertilizers dosages,
Increasing the area under oilseeds by introducing them in sequence and inter-cropping system under both rain fed and irrigated conditions, and also through diversion of area to oilseeds,
Input and support service and
Market interventions.

S. No. Name of Component
1 Purchase of breeder Seeds
2

Production of foundation seed

3 Seed village Scheme
4

Distribution of Certified seed

5 Distribution of seed Minikits
6 Block Demonstration
7 Farmers Training
8 IPM Demonstration
9 P.P. Equipment
10 Distribution of Sprinkler sets
11

Distribution of Farm Implements

12 Seed Treatment
13

P.P. Equipment(wed./Pest.))





 
 
Intensive Cotton Development Program(ICDP)
 
Objective:

The basic objective of the scheme is to increase production and productivity of all types of cotton. The major thrust will be laid on transfer of technology through demonstration, provision of incentives for inputs etc. to motivate farmers to adopt improved production technology.

S. No. Name Of The Component
1 Purchase of Breed Seeds
2 Production of Foundation Seed
3 Certified Seed
4 Field Demonstration
5 Pheromone Traps
6 NPV Distribution
7 Sprinkler Sets
8 Drip Irigation
9 Surveillance of Disease and Pests
10 IPM Demonstration
11 Seed Delinting Plant
  a) Manually Operated b) Power Operated
12 Farmers Training
13 Training Extension Worker
14 Bio. Agent Lab/Bio Lab
15 Contingency
   

 

 

 

 

 
 
National Pulse Development Project.(NPDP)
 
Objective:

It is a district oriented mission program to achieve the increased level of productivity and production through adoption of location specific varieties and improved production technology. The two pronged approach i.e.

Increasing the area through multiple and inter cropping and
Increasing yield per unit area,
is being adopted to achieve the objective.

S. No. Name of The Component
1 Production Of Breeder Seeds
2 Production Of Foundation Seeds
3 Production Of Certified Seeds
4 Disr\tribution Of Certified Seed
5 Distribution of Gypsum/Pyrite
6 Block Demonstration
7 Improved Farm Implements
8 Farmers Training
9 Seed Treatment with Chemicals
10 IPM Demonstration
11 NPV
12 Distribution of Rhy. and PSB
13 Micro Nutrient
14 Distribution of Sprinkler Sets
15 P.P. Equipment
16 Distribution of Herbicide/Weedicide
17 Staff and Contingency

 
 
Accelerated Maize Development Program (AMDP)
 
Maize formed a component of Integrated Cereals Development Program of the coarse cereals based cropping systems during the VIII Plan till a Technology Mission on Maize was announced by the then Agriculture Minister, Government of India in May, 1995. Since then Maize is taken care of under ‘Accelerated Maize Development Program’ of the ‘Technology Mission on Maize’.

Objective:

The aim and objective of increasing production and productivity of Maize

S. No. Name of The Components
1 Field Demonstration
2 IPM Demonstration
3 Farmers Training
4 Incentive On Improved Implements
5 Publicity through Electronic Media
6 Minikits
7 Contingency for P.O.L.