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Title: FOOD SECURITY


1
Rajasthan
National Conference on
Agriculture for Kharif Campaign 2009 20-21
March 2009
2
Rabi Assessment Area Prospects
lac ha
Target 2008-09 26.00 3.50 13.00 27.00 1.40
Likely Ach. 2008-09 22.52 3.54 13.61 26.87 0.76
2007-08 25.92 2.49 12..31 24.58 0.38
5 yrs Average 21.21 1.97 9.39 26.40 2.04
WHEAT BARLEY GRAM MUSTARD TARAMIRA
3
Rabi Assessment Production Prospects
lac MT
Target 2008-09 77.77 9.29 10.44 34.39 0.72
Likely Ach. 2008-09 63.81 9.87 10.32 38.27 0.37
2007-08 71.25 5.39 5.74 23.52 0.10
5 yrs Average 60.16 4.64 6.35 31.76 0.74
WHEAT BARLEY GRAM MUSTARD TARAMIRA
  • production of wheat decreased due to less area
    sown this year
  • Production of barley, gram mustard is likely to
    increase over last year

4
Rabi Assessment Productivity Prospects
Kg per Ha
5 yr. avg 2837 2362 676 1203
2007-08 2749 2165 466 957
2008-09 Target 2991 2654 800 1274
2008-09 L Ach 2833 2788 758 1424
WHEAT BARLEY GRAM MUSTARD
Productivity of all the crops likely to increase
as compared with last year
5
Prospects of Kharif Crops Area
Area in lac ha
6
Prospects of Kharif Crops Production
Production in lac Mt/ lac bales
7
Prospects of Kharif Crops Productivity
Productivity in kg/ha
8
National Food Security Mission
Funds received and utilized under NFSM during
2008-09
(Rs. in lacs)
9
Rastriya Krishi Vikas Yojana
Physical Financial Progress in 2007-08
2008-09
  • GOI has earmarked Rs 233.76 crore for Rajasthan
    in 2008-09
  • Received Rs 233.76 crore ( 2008-09)
  • Total funds available with Deptt. Rs 289.52
    crore ( Including unspent balance of 2007-08 Rs.
    55.76 crore)
  • SLSC has sanctioned projects of Rs 298 crore.
  • Expenditure upto 15 March, 09 Rs. 155.04 Crore
  • Likely Expenditure upto March, 09 Rs 287.16 Crore

10
Rastriya Krishi Vikas Yojana
DEPARTMENTWISE EXPENDITURE POSITION
Release of Rs 116.88 crore received in first week
of March, 09 and credited into bank account of
RKVY. Funds allotted as per demand of the
departments.
11
Rastriya Krishi Vikas Yojana
Status of preparation of District Agriculture
Plans (DAPs)
  • DAPs of all the 32 districts are prepared.
  • State Agriculture Plan is being prepared (
    expected to be completed by 31st March, 2009).

Attempts for convergence with NREGS, BRGF,
watershed etc
  • In district Agriculture Plans and in shelves of
    projects being prepared, convergence of RKVY
    with NREGS, BRGF, watershed etc. is being carried
    out.
  • Instructions have been issued to districts to
    dovetail programmes on Water harvesting
    structures/ Farm ponds and minor irrigation works
    with NREGS. 8199 WHS structures have been
    constructed upto Dec, 08 and 18478 ongoing
  • Drought proofing and tree plantation on farmers
    field being funded through NREGS.
  • Land development activities also being supported
  • Provision of irrigation facility to individual
    beneficiaries, 38539 covered upto Dec, 08 and
    43107 ongoing
  • 12 districts of Rajasthan covered under BRGF
  • District collectors/CPO have been directed to
    involve Panchayats and utilise available funds
    available through BRGF/NREGS / other schemes

12
Strengthening Extension Machinery at State Level
  • Kharif Abhiyan 2008 pre Kharif Panchayat level
    campaign to reach out to farmers with special
    focus on productivity enhancement
  • KHETIBARI, a weekly TV program of
    Department-good quality and highly popular
  • Kheti Ri Batan a live daily Radio program with
    farmer-friendly format-phone-in, success stories,
    farmers interviews etc.
  • Inter-state exposure visits organized (6300
    farmers benefited during 2008-09)
  • Beneficiary trainings ( Software ) included in
    implementation of components ( hardware ) viz.
    seed production,agri. implements, sprinkler,
    drip, pipe line etc.
  • Kisan Call Centre 2nd highest calls in the
    country.
  • Crop specific, area specific productivity
    enhancement projects such as Mustard target 20,
    Barley operation 150, etc implemented.
  • ATMA-implementation
  • ppp based implementation of extension programme-
    organization of 49 farm schools with the
    collaboration of ITC besides National
    /Multinational companies like Pepsico, Mahyco,
    Monsanto Cargill India Ltd, SAB millar, Chambal
    Fertilizers, Lupin, NM Sadguru foundation are
    also being involved in delivery of Extension
    services
  • 10 farmers development exhibition organized ( one
    at each region)
  • Broad based capacity building of field
    functionaries.
  • FIG / CIG based programmes formulated.

13
Seed Enhanced Production Distribution
  • Increased Breeder Seed lifting / Indent Kharif
  • Year 2005 2006 2007
    2008 2009
  • in Qtls 492 1725 2663
    4574 5103
  • Increased Certified Seed Distribution Kharif
  • Year 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
    (Target)
  • lac Qtls 2.22 2.42 3.25
    4.84 6.90
  • New Seed Scheme Involvement of Private Sector
    in Seed Production and distribution
  • Area and crop specific Seed Production Program
  • (Moong in Banswara, Soybean in Hadauti, Moth in
    Marwar)
  • Minikit distribution scheme refined as seed
    production scheme for self-use
  • Quality control measures enforced strictly

14
Seed Arrangements Kharif 09
in 000 Qtls.
15
Fertilizer Arrangements Kharif 09
Consumption
in lac M.T.
  • Advance stock building by the state avoided
    crisis,But, this system placed an huge burden on
    the state finances. GOI should provide assistance
    for advance stock building.
  • Shortfall of DAP apprehended commitments
    received for arranging it. Only 1.31 lac MT
    against requirement of 3.50 lac MT

16
Campaign for enhanced use of SSP Complex
fertilizers
  • Reduce dependency on DAP
  • Better nutrient management
  • SSP locally available in abundance
  • State wide campaign for enhanced use of SSP in
    Oilseeds and Pulses
  • Wide publicity through mass media
  • Strict quality control measures- targeted
    sampling
  • District wise coordination for timely placement

17
Best Practices Soil Health Enhancement through
INM
  • Massive increase in distribution of soil health
    cards
  • - 3.50 lac in 2007-08 and 2.50 lac distributed
    during 2008-09 (till Feb.20th 2009)
  • Micro nutrient testing facility available in 32
    labs - Micronutrient testing done for 40000
    samples in 2008-09
  • Special software being used to generate
    Computerized soil health cards
  • 23.50 lac village soil health cards distributed
    for the first time in 2007-08.
  • 32.07 lac village soil health cards distributed
    in kharif 2008 and 5 lac in rabi / zaid 2008-09
  • Block-wise fertility maps prepared
  • Fertility maps on GIS Maps of 9 distts
    displayed on GIS. Rest to be completed by March
    2009
  • Stress on Precision Farming - PoP as per Agro
    Ecological Situations will be distributed in
    Kharif 2009
  • 41669 Vermi-compost demonstrations on farmers
    field along with trainings
  • Large scale use of Gypsum in Oilseeds and Pulses
    as source of nutrient

18
Best Practices Quality control
  • Targeted Sampling - ABCD analysis of PP
    chemicals, Fertilizers Seed producers on the
    basis of past quality performance. Targeted
    sampling with more samples drawn from poor
    performers
  • Sampling at manufacturing units - Control at
    source
  • Special Campaign to draw samples from dealers
    from whom no samples taken in last 5 years or
    with dubious track record
  • Pre season Quality Control Campaigns
  • of failed samples decreased
  • Active ingredient increased in failed samples
  • Year wise samples taken
  • Year 2003-04 04-05
    05-06 06-07 07-08 2008-09
  • Fertilizers 4671 4026 4965 4989 7113 7685
  • Pesticides 1396 1284 1470 2038 2602 2461
  • Seed 3796 3616 4659 4790 5876 5199
  • Total Samples 9863 8926 11094 11817
    14717 15345

19
Best Practices - Kharif Campaign- 2008
Kisan Mahotsava campaign from 15th May to 30th
June 2008
  • Convergence of Agri. services at the door step
  • Disseminate appropriate technology practices
    for Kharif crops
  • Arranged availability of inputs for Kharif
    through Beej Raths
  • Coverage -all 9189 Gram Panchayat H.Q
  • Encouraging peoples participation- 6.08
    lac farmers
  • Major Achievements
  • Soil samples collected- 0.62 lac
  • Soil Health Cards distributed- 0.43 lac
  • Village Soil Health Cards distributed- 6.43 lac
  • Seed minikits distributed- 2.40 lac
  • Applications prepared- 0.70 lac
  • Farmer Friendly literature dist.- 4.98 lac
    booklets, 12.11 lac pamphlets

20
Best Practices
  • Krishi Yojanaen Apke Dwar ( Pre-Rabi Campaign)
  • Period- 15 th Sep. to 15th Oct. 2008
  • Camps in all Gram Panchayats
  • Easy transparent execution of schemes
  • On the spot processing of applications of
    individual beneficiary schemes.
  • Disbursement of subsidy for already processed
    applications.
  • Discussions on productivity enhancement, quality
    improvement,cost reduction etc.
  • Social Audit of beneficiaries of previous years
    / season.
  • Major Achievements
  • Coverage - 8937 Gram Panchayat H.Q
  • Encouraging peoples participation- 4.68 lac
    farmers
  • Soil samples collected- 0.74 lac
  • Soil Health Cards distributed- 0.29 lac
  • Seed minikits distributed- 3.04 lac
  • Applications prepared- 0.48 lac
  • Farmer Friendly literature dist.- 4.63 lac
    booklets, 14 lac pamphlets

21
Best Practices- Women Empowerment
  • Sanction in the name of women
  • To encourage girl students to choose Agriculture
    as subject the Stipend started --- Rs.3000/- for
    102, Rs.5000/- for graduation post graduation
    and Rs. 10000- for Ph. D Students (3935 Students
    benefited during 2008-09)
  • Special training for women farmers - a State
    effort
  • Distribution of seed minikits to women farmers
    (7.00 lacs minikits distributed)

22
Olive Cultivation in Rajasthan
Best Practices
  • Rajasthan Olive Cultivation Ltd. has been
    established under public-private partnership
    between RSAMB, PPIIL, Pune and Indolive of
    Israel.
  • Olive cultivation is being undertaken on 210 Ha.
    on 7 sites in different agro-climatic regions of
    Rajasthan.
  • 1.20 lac Olive plants of 7 varieties have been
    imported and Planted.
  • An Israeli expert is permanently stationed in
    Jaipur to look after technical operations.

23
ISSUES
  • Release of funds under ISOPOM- Under ISOPOM
    scheme, GOI has technically approved the action
    plan of Rajasthan for the year 2008-09 of Rs.
    61.09 crore ( CSS share ). The GOI has released
    Rs 30.00 crore till date .Therefore, an amount of
    Rs 28.25 crore is yet to be released from GOI.
    This may kindly be released at earliest possible.
    We already have payment to liability of over
    Rs.10.00 crore for seed distributed in Rabi
    Season and Rs.5.00 crore pending liability in
    field which is pending for want of funds.
  • Settlement of claims under national agriculture
    insurance scheme (NAIS)- Release of balance
    amount of crop compensation by GOI for Kharif
    2005 (Rs. 26.13 crore ) and Rabi 2005-06 (Rs.
    6.48 crore) total amounting to Rs. 32.61 crore.
  • Inclusion of some more districts under NFSM -
    State of Rajasthan has submitted a proposal of
    inclusion of new districts as under
  • NFSM Wheat- 9 districts viz. Sri Ganganagar,
    Hanumangarh, Chittoregarh, Baran, Bundi,
    Jhunjhunu, Karauli, Dholpur and Dungarpur.
  • NFSM Pulses-5 districts for kharif pulses
    viz. Jodhpur, Bundi, Jhalawar, Pali Bhilwara
  • 11 districts for rabi pulses viz. Alwar,
    Bharatpur, Sawaimadhopur, Karauli, Jaisalmer,
    Pali, Baran, Bundi, Bhilwara, Dungarpur Udaipur
    (Barmer may be deleted having in significant area
    under rabi pulses)
  • NFSM Rice- 4 districts viz. Banswara,
    Dungarpur, Bundi Hanumangarh.

24
  • ISSUES conti…….
  • Procedure simplification required under NFSM
    w.r.t. release of subsidy on seed distribution
    only after receiving details of farmers as list
    of farmers and other details is impractical to
    maintain by the dealer.
  • Under NFSM Pulses, relaxation be made for
    inclusion of gt 10 years varieties (upto 15 years)
    particularly of moth, urd, cowpea, moong and gram
    for foundation / certified seed production and
    for certified seed distribution there should be
    no limit.

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