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Title: Directorate of Agriculture Jharkhand, Ranchi


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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
WELCOME to Kharif 2008 Presentation
Directorate of Agriculture Jharkhand, Ranchi
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  • Jharkhand State A Profile
  • A. Land Utilisation Pattern

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B.Agro Climatic ConditionTable-1 District
Wise Agro Climatic Zone Land Use Pattern And
General Characteristics of Jharkhand States.
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Table 2 - Total Irrigated area and Source of
Irrigation in Different agro Climatic Zones Of
Jharkhand.
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Table 3 Sub Zone wise Distribution Pattern of
Rainfall in Jharkhand.
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CROPWISE AREA PRODUCTION TARGET FOR KHARIF 2008
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CROPWISE AREA PRODUCTION TARGET FOR KHARIF 2008
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CROPWISE AREA PRODUCTION TARGET FOR KHARIF 2008
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Requirement of Fertilizer During the Kharif
Season 2008 (Figure in M.T.)
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Availability of Fertilizer During the Kharif
Season 2008 (31.1.2008) (Figure in M.T.)
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THRUST AREAS OF THE STATE
  • AVAILABILITY OF HYV SEEDS
  • - Since the state is not having seed corporation,
    the seed production seed replacement is an
    immediate challenge. The state plan has provided
    64336 qtls of certified seed and hybrid seed of
    Paddy, Wheat 12629 qtls, Maize 751 qtls, Pulses
    3964 qtls, Oil seed 593 qtls vegetable seed
    151.60 qtls during Kharif/Rabi 2007-08. During
    the year 2008-09 the State has proposed to
    distribute the 63888 qtls of different crops of
    kharif seeds.
  • SEED VILLAGE
  • - The certified seed production has been
    executed through farmers participation by
    establishing 25 seed villages in diff. Distt.
    33000 qtls. of certified seed is produced during
    Kharif 2006. A target of 55000 qts. Of certified
    seed is fixed for Kharif 2007-08. A buyback
    arrangement seeds from seed villages has been
    monitored by state plan scheme.
  • AGRICULTURE MECHANISATION
  • - Majority of the farmers are not attracted
    towards agri. Due to high crop production cost in
    rainfed system. Mechanization has motivated more
    farmers towards commercial agriculture. During
    the year 2007-08, 177 tractor, 744 seed bean and
    4680 different types of small agril. Implements
    has to be distributed on subsidy basis.

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4. TRAINING EXTENSION - Majority of the
farmers are resource poor, ignorant illiterate.
Training on new agri. Technologies is being
organized at state level training institute. 1260
farmers were given training on soil water
conservation. 64679 farmers were given training
under NWDPRA. Training of farmers is also
organized at SCRTC, Hazaribagh and 6000 farmers
were trained. 3 months training on horticulture
has been given to 300 farmers 5. RAINFED FARMING
SYSTEM - 90 of the cultivated land is exposed
to rainfed farming system. Both production
productivity of crops in rainfed system extremely
low demands high agricultural Inputs but low
monetary return.Under state plan, soil water
conservation is in progress. Additional
irrigation in 2000 acres has been provided
through Birsa Pukka Check Dam and On Farm Soil
Water Management has been done in 1000 hac. By
the management of 200 micro water sheds, about 1
lakh hac. Additional crop coverage is visualized.
In addition these check dams will provide
irrigation in Rabi season also. 6.
N.W.D.P.R.A - By the management of 200 micro
watersheds about 1 lakh ha additional crop
coverage is visualized. The problematic land of
the state are being managed through watershed
approach. 200 micro watersheds under Xth five
year plan were launched and have increased
memorable food stuff vis-à-vis labor employment
and control of sediment production, 270 micro
watersheds are taken under XI the five year with
16200 ha of treatable land.
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SUGGESTION FOR IMPROVEMENT KHARIF 2008
PRODUCTION
  • Increase in seed replacement ratio.
  • Crop Diversification
  • Cropping System approach in Dry Land Farming
  • Easy Credit flow and timely input supply
  • Crop Insurance
  • Promotion of Organic farming, IPM, INM
  • Rural Godowns to support seed buffer stock in
    each block
  • Contract farming
  • Extension Training
  • Food Processing Infrastructure strengthening
    of agri-export zones
  • in situ water conservation in NWDPRA

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SUGGESTION FOR IMPROVEMENT KHARIF - 2008
PRODUCTION
  • During the year 2008-09
  • Seed Exchange 63880 qtls of Certified and
    Hybrid Seed different crops of Kharif and Bio
    fertilizer, Organic Manure, Micro nutrients,
    Single Super Phosphate, Lime/dolomite for 72000
    ha.
  • Alternative Crop Scheme Different types of
    Certified and Hybrid seed, T/L Seed of Rabi
    Crops Rs. 1200.00 lakhs and Bio fertilizer,
    Organic Manure, Micro nutrients, Single Super
    Phosphate, lime/dolomite of Rs. 800.00 lakh
  • Resource Management Soil treatment and
    distribution of Smart Card Rs. 400.00 lakh
  • Strengthening of Farm and Seed production Rs.
    700.00 lakh
  • Strengthening of seed villages Rs. 100.00 lakh

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CONVERGENCE OF LINE DEPARTMENT PROGRAMME
  • Construction of soil and water conservation
    measures within watershed
  • area through Directorate of soil
    Conservation, Govt. of Jharkhand.
  • Distribution of good quality vegetable seeds and
    tissue culture banana
  • through Department of Horticulture Govt.
    of Jharkhand.
  • Distribution of Power Tiller/ Power Reaper within
    watershed area through
  • Department of Agriculture , Govt. of
    Jharkhand.
  • Distribution of piglets within watershed area
    through N.A.T.P. Programme.
  • Soil and Water Conservation programme through
    NAREGA.

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Concept of Seed Village
Under seed village a high level linkage was
established between state Agriculture University
(SAU), Research institution of Agriculture Dept.,
District level officers, PIAs And watershed
committee. Foundation seeds of different crops
like Paddy (IR - 64, IR 36) lalat,Bandana etc.,
Arhar was made available to the cultivators
through watershed Committee. To meet the seed
requirement of good quality seed, the produced
certified seed is to be distributed to the
beneficiaries through watershed committee. In the
year 2007-08, 17 no. of seed village has to be
established under state plan. During the year
2006-07, 33000 qtl of certified seed produced by
the registered seed villages. No. of seed
Villages 25 Area under seed production 1800
ha Expected Production 55000 Qt.
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Different Types of Innovative Activities Under
N.W.D.P.R.A.
WATERSHED PARK
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Watershed Park has been introduced under
community organization programme with a view to
exhibit a model of different innovative
activities carried out in watershed through
peoples participation .The main objectives
behind establishment of watershed park are -
  • Demonstration of new technologies like sprinkler
    irrigation, drip irrigation sysytem etc.
  • Utilization of green house and poly house
    technology.
  • Collection of surface run off water and its
    maximum utilization.
  • Insitu soil and moisture conservation .
  • Demonstration, testing and introduction of new
    vegetable crops like Brokely, Ramnasko, Potato
    production through T.P.S.
  • Demonstration of inter cropping like Arhar
    Maize, Arhar Paddy, Arhar Groundnut, Oal
    Greens,etc.
  • Demonstration of fish cum Duckery culture .
  • Availability and distribution of improved quality
    vegetable seedlings and fruit plants.
  • Establishment of progeny orchards for future
    need.
  • Proper utilization of available land.
  • Adoption of proven technology such as organic
    farming, use of bio fertilizers.
  • Organization of field days.

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Sprinkler Irrigation through Rain Gun
Microlift Irrigation System
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Green House for Off Season Seedling Production
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Progeny Orchard
Tomato Seedling
PAPAYA (Pusa Dwarf)
Papaya Seedlings
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Intercropping (ArharPaddy)
Intercropping (ArharMaize)
Intercropping (oalGreens)
Introduction of Tapioca
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Convergence of activities through line Dept.
Birsa Pucca chek Dam- 192 Birsa Pacca chek dams
have been constructed in different watersheds
of N.W.D.P.R.A. from state plan (2003-04) through
soil conservation directorate Govt. of
Jharkhand.It resulted in creation of irrigated
patches in the w/s area Pani Panchayat is made
through participation of beneficiaries around
chek dam With a view to optimum utilization of
stored water and at the same time protection and
maintenance of the structure .
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Power tillers were made available to the
watershed SHG Groups on subsidy through
Agriculture Dept. Govt. of Jharkhand.
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Drainage line treatment
26
Silt detention structures
27
Loose boulder check dam
28
Water harvesting tank
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Crop Diversification
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Demonstration of Broccoli Crops in watershed park
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EXTENSION REFROMS
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KVK
ATMA
ATMA
KVK
ATMA
KVK
ATMA
KVK
ATMA
ATMA
KVK
KVK
ZRS
ATMA
ATMA
KVK
ATMA
KVK
KVK
ATMA
ZRS
ATMA
ATMA
ATMA
ATMA
KVK
ATMA
KVK
ATMA
KVK
KVK
BAU
ATMA 22 nos ZRS 3 nos KVK 18
nos
ATMA
SAMETI
ATMA
ATMA
KVK
KVK
ATMA
KVK
ATMA
ZRS
Location of ATMA, SAMETI, KVK ZRS in Jharkhand
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UPDATED STATUS OF REFORM ACTIVITIES
  • ATMA have been established in 22 districts of
    Jharkhand, Staff recruitment for the new ATMA
    districts is under process.
  • Project Directors of ATMAs were sent to MANAGE
    for skill up-gradation under Extension Reforms
    activities in different programmes.

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SAMETI, JHARKHAND
  • No. of Training Programme conducted
  • during the year 2007-08 - 31 Nos.
  • No. of days - 102
  • Total No. of Participants - 2062
  • No. of Publications - 19
  • Publication of SREP - 04
  • Organization of Kisan Mela in
  • collaboration with ATMAs - 07

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RELEASING OF SEED TREATMENT POSTER BY HON'BLE
AGRICULTURAL MINISTER GOVT. OF JHARKHAND
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ORGANIZATION OF KISAN MELA
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INAUGURATION OF PG DIPLOMA COURSE IN AGRICULTURE
EXTENSION MANAGEMENT FOR EXTENSION FUNCTIONARY OF
JHARKHAND
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OPERATIONALISATION OF FARM SCHOOL IN JHARKHAND
  • First Farm School has been inaugurated by
    Honble Minister of Agriculture, Govt. of
    Jharkhand Sri. Nalin Soren on the 2nd October,
    2007 at Balijore and Chorkatta village in Dumka
    district.
  • Students of each farm school have been selected
    from different farmers group of the surrounding
    area.
  • These farmers schools have been established in
    the field of outstanding farmers in the district.
  • In each Farmer School a specific training
    schedule has been developed for technical
    backstopping for a crop season.
  • Total 37 teachers (experts) have been selected
    in the Dumka district for providing technical
    backstopping to the students of the farm school.

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  • After discussions with the students of the farm
    school following crops were selected for
    Demonstration at the Farm School.
  • Balijore - IPM in Mustard
  • Chorkatta - IPM in Mustard
  • Bandih - INM in Potato
  • Vitra - IPM in Mustard
  • Bhaiavpur - IPM in Mustard

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Agro Tourism Center(Park)
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Cultivation of Pineapple
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Cultivation of Organic Tea
45
Cultivation of Coffee
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Cultivation of Flowers (Tissue Culture Gerbera
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CAFETERIA
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GARDEN
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HORTICULTURE
Deptt. Of Agriculture Cane Development,
Jharkhand, Ranchi
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AGRICULTURE AND HORTICULTURE SCENARIO OF THE STATE
  • Low productivity
  • Low production
  • Low farm income
  • EFFECTS
  • Migration
  • Degradation of forest
  • Low investment in Agriculture/Horticulture
  • Stagnant rural economy
  • POTENTIAL
  • Cereal base cropping pattern upland has to be
    replaced by
  • horticulture based cropping pattern.

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MEASURES TAKEN TO ENHANCE PRODUCTIVITY
  • AREA EXPANSION Implementation through
    National
  • Horticulture Mission
  • QUALITY SEED PRODUCTION Through NHM and 12
    vegetable seed village
  • (Ranchi, Dumka)
  • PRODUCTION OF PLANTING MATERIAL Quality
    planting materials to meet the requirement under
    area expansion programme are being produced in
    state progeny orchard /Block nursery.
  • CROP DIVERSIFICATION - Floriculture and tuber
    (cash) crops
  • are being promoted

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  • PROMOTION OF INM/IPM Use of bio-fertilizer,
    vermi-compost, bio-pesticide, bio-fungicide are
    being promoted
  • PROTECTED CULTIVATION Under state plan 85
    nos. of Poly House have been provided to the
    vegetables grower on subsidy for vegetable
    forcing.
  • INTEGRATED FARMING - Integrated farming
    system have been introduce to harness the maximum
    productivity per unit area. Apart from
    Agriculture/Horticulture some allied activity
    have been integrated such as Poultry, Fishery,
    Dairy, Duckery production of vermi-compost etc.

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  • POST HARVEST MANAGEMENT
  • Through state plan establishment of modern
    integrated horticulture market is under process
    (AEZ). Vegetables and fruits growers society have
    been provided refrigerated van/mobile pre-cooling
    units for maintaining the self life of the
    product and safe transportation of the
    horticulture product.
  • TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER
  • Massive awareness and training programme for
    various activities are being provided through
    KVK, SAMETI, ATMAs, SAU and ICAR( HARP, Plandu)

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Farming System
  • An economically viable, sustainable and
    efficient Crop, Animals and Human Resource
    Management System to provide balanced food, feed,
    fodder and fuel to farm families and animals,
    while sustaining the natural resource base like
    land, water environment.

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Intervention
  • Vegetable Production
  • Fruit Plant Plantation
  • Spices Production
  • Papaya or Banana Plantation
  • Fisheries Development
  • Poultry Development
  • Duck Rearing
  • Vermi compost Production
  • Bio gas production
  • Distribution of Pumps and Irrigation System and
  • etc.

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Approaches adopted
  • Awareness Creation
  • Training
  • Inputs Availability
  • Installations

58
Fowl
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Duck Rearing
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Bio gas cum vermi compost unit
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Floriculture Development
  • With a view to floriculture development
    Government of Jharkhand in joint venture with
    Florence Flora of Banglore established four Plant
    Resource Centres
  • PRC, Hazaribagh
  • PRC, Jamtara
  • PRC, Ranchi
  • PRC, Saraikela

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Objectives of PRC
  • Demonstrations of cut flowers production under
    protected conditions
  • Demonstrations of flowers productions in open
    conditions
  • Production of quality planting materials in
    hi-tech nursery
  • Providing quality planting material at subsidized
    rates
  • Providing training to farmers and entrepreneurs
  • Providing necessary assistance for packaging and
    post harvest management
  • Providing assured market through buy back
    arrangement

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Major Floricultural Crops
  • Gladiolus
  • Gerbera
  • Dutch Roses
  • Carnation
  • Orchids
  • Bird of Paradise

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Carnation plantation at Hazaribagh PRC
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PRC at Jamtara
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Orchids at PRC, Jamtara
67
Packaging of Roses
68
Value addition at Palma, Ranchi
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NATIONAL HORTICULTURE MISSION,
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AREA AND PRODUCTION OF MAJOR HORTICULTURE CROPS
IN JHARKHAND
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OBJECTIVES OF THE MISSION
  • To double the horticulture production by
    2011-12.
  • To increase area coverage of horticulture crops
    by 4 times by 2011-12

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Area expansion program (year wise)
Contd./2
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Area expansion program (year wise)
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Supervision and Monitoring arrangements
  • District level committee headed by Deputy
    Commissioner
  • District Horticulture Officer of the concerned
    districts
  • Horticultural scientist of S.A.U
  • Frequent visit of Joint Inspection Team
    constituted by GOI
  • Frequent visit by Director, State Horticulture
    Mission
  • Flying Squad constituted by State Government
  • NABARD, AFC, HARP (Plandu) are to be engaged for
    Evaluation and Monitoring

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Capacity Building
  • Awareness and basic training by local KVKs
  • SAMETI is imparting technical know - how to
    farmers, Lead Organisations and field officers
    through eminent scientists
  • Selected farmers are taken to National level
    seminars for better exposure
  • HARP (Plandu) has organised a field day where
    training to 150 farmers along with Officers and
    Lead Organisations were given on scientific crop
    management practices after plantation

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Quality Assurance Management
  • At State level
  • Scientist from HARP
  • Scientist from SAU
  • Director, State Horticulture Mission, Ranchi
  • Deputy Director Horticulture, Ranchi
  • At District level
  • District Horticulture Officer
  • Scientist of local KVKs
  • Representative of lead organisation

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Arrangements of planting materials
  • From Progeny / Block Nursery
  • Mango- 535388, Guava- 80862, Litchi-
    30732, Citrus- 82600
  • From HARP (Plandu)/ SAU
  • From Narendra Deo University for Aonla
  • From recommended nursery by Cashew Board for
    Cashew nut
  • From identified nursery by State Department
  • From Plant Resource Centre for floriculture

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Implementing Agency
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District Level Committee
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MAJOR ACHIEVEMENT
  • 1. Production of planting material
  • Nursery
  • Public Sector
  • Big Model Nursery (4 ha.) - 9 Units
  • Small Nursery (1 ha.) - 15 Units
  • Private Sector
  • Big Model Nursery (4 ha.) - 11 Units
  • Small Nursery (1 ha.) - 82 Units

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MAJOR ACHIEVEMENT
  • 2. Vegetable Seed Production
  • HARP - 50 Ha.
  • BAU - 200 Ha.
  • Deptt. of Agriculture - 30 Ha.
  • (Vegetable Seed production of tomato, okra,
    french bean, pea, cowpea, cucurbits etc have been
    done)
  • 3. Seed Infrastructure
  • 4 TPH and 1 TPH capacity seed processing unit
    established by BAU, Ranchi

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MAJOR ACHIEVEMENT
  • 3. Area Expansion
  • Mango - 5760 Ha.
  • Litchi - 1230 Ha.
  • Aonla - 2245 Ha.
  • Citrus - 2390 Ha.
  • Cashewnut - 1450 Ha.
  • Papaya - 1990 Ha.
  • Spices Aromatics - 1610 Ha.
  • Floriculture - 475 Ha.

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MAJOR ACHIEVEMENT
  • I N M / I P M -
  • Disease forecasting unit - 3 Units
  • Leaf tissue analysis - 1 Unit
  • Plant Health Clinic - 1 Unit

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MAJOR ACHIEVEMENT
  • 5. Organic Farming
  • Vermi compost unit - 200 Units
  • 6. Protected Cultivation
  • Hi-Tech Green House - 43 Units
  • Shade net - 4 Units
  • Plastic Tunnel - 11 Units
  • Mulching - 1185 Ha.

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MAJOR ACHIEVEMENT
  • Innovative Projects
  • Multitier Cropping System - 43.2 Units
  • Agri Clinic Agri Business Center - 17 Nos

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MAJOR ACHIEVEMENT
  • Training program
  • Training of farmers in side state - 1000 nos.
  • Training of farmers out side state- 100 nos.
  • Trainers training - 100 nos.
  • Training of guardenrs - 50 nos.
  • Training of entrepreneur - 125 nos.
  • Spl. Training of INM/IPM - 126 nos
  • Exposure visit (organic expo) - 26 nos.

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Beneficiary
  • District wise beneficiaries list
  • Ranchi - 1373 nos.
  • Hazaribagh - 736
  • Lohardaga - 829 nos.
  • Latehar - 696 nos.
  • Chatra - 306 nos.
  • Palamau - 542 nos.
  • Deoghar - 494 nos.
  • Dumka - 588 nos.
  • Saraikela - 102 nos.
  • East Singhbhum- 1005 nos.

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FUTURE STRATEGIES
  • To cover all 22 districts under NHM.
  • Location Specific area expansion of Horticulture
    Crops.
  • Promotion of Micro-Irrigation.
  • Development of Post-harvest Management and
    Marketing Infrastructure
  • 1. Pack House 5. Rural Market/ Apni
    Mandi
  • 2. Cold Storage 6. Market Intelligence
  • 3. CA Storage 7. Mobile processing
    unit
  • 4. Refrigerated Vans 8. Functional
    infrastructure

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FUTURE STRATEGIES
  • Promotion of High value crops under protected
    condition
  • 1. Vegetables
  • a) Off season tomato
  • b) Sweet pepper
  • c) Parsley
  • d) Artichoke
  • e) Lettuce
  • 2. Floriculture
  • Carnation
  • Gerbera
  • Dutch Rose
  • Orchids

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4 Ha. Model Nursery (Private Sector), Deoghar
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4 Ha, Model Nursery (Public Sector), Goriya
Karma, BAU
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Vegetable Seed Productionat Goriya Karma, BAU
93
Vegetable Seed produced by BAU, ready for
distribution to beneficiaries of NHM
94
Pitcher drip irrigation in mango plantation,
Kamta Barwatanr, Gola, Ramgarh
95
Intercropping in Mango orchard, Gola, Ramgarh
96
Intercropping in orchard
97
Intercropping in Cashew orchard, Sapdhara,
Chakula, E. Singhbhum
98
Ginger cultivation, Bero, Ranchi
99
Turmeric Cultivation, Angara, Ranchi
100
Chilli cultivation, Angara, Ranchi
101
Glad cultivation in Saher, Ratu, RanchiArea-2
Acre,
102
Gerbera Cultivation in Palma, Bero, RanchiArea 1
acre
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Seedling raising under plastic tunnel, Sapdhara,
Chakulia, E.Singhbhum
104
Creation of water resources, Kamta Barwatanr,
Gola, Ramgarh
105
Trench fencing by NREGA at Khijirbuna, Sarwan,
Deoghar
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Training on I N M
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M A R K E T I N G
  • ESTABLISHMENT
  • Jharkhand State Agriculture Marketing Board was
    established on 14.3.2001 by newly formed
    Jharkhand State. It included 28 marketing
    committees .
  • Out of 28 marketing committees stretched over
    the State
  • Main Market Yard 19
  • Sub Market Yard 147
  • Hat/Bazar (Market) 603
  • ? OBJECTIVE
  • Effort to develop and regularize the market
  • Make available a competitive price of their
    agricultural produce.

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? New strategy to Agricultural Marketing
  • Focus on regularizing and rearranging the
    agricultural produce from farm to the market
    besides their value addition.
  • A programme work plan has been prepared for this
    purpose.
  • Integrated development of 603 hat/bazaar (market)
    and development of such hat as a convergence
    centre of health sanitation and agriculture in
    the State.
  • Integrated development of main market yard under
    a master plan with an arrangement of storage,
    processing, classification and packing.
  • Construction of cold storage in 11 agriculture
    produce marketing committee.
  • Terminal market yard.
  • Use of information technology in marketing.
  • Training to members of tax collection group.

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? Computerization plan based on information
technology
  • To link the council headquarter with agriculture
    produce marketing committees through internet.
  • To develop few selected hats as E- hat on pilot
    basis.
  • To provide information on sustainable agriculture
    marketing business connecting the agriculture
    marketing committees through agmark portal so as
    to extend its benefit to the farmers.

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NATIONAL FOOD SECURITY MISSION (NFSM)
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NFSM IDENTIFIED DISTRICTS IN JHARKHAND
RANCHI, HAZARIBAGH, GUMLA, SIMDEGA
WEST SINGHBHUM
112
  • Objectives
  • Increasing production of rice through area
    expansion and productivity enhancement in a
    sustainable manner in the identified districts of
    the country.
  • Restoring soil fertility and productivity at the
    individual farm level.
  • Creation of employment opportunities
  • Increasing farmer profits to restore confidence
    amongst the farmers.
  • Strategies
  • Implementation in a mission mode through active
    engagement of all the stakeholders at district
    level viz. district level officials, Scientists
    of KVK, NGO and progressive farmers identified
    through ATMA.
  • Promotion and extension of improved technologies
    i.e. Seed, Integrated Nutrient Management
    including micronutrients, soil amendments, IPM
    and resource conservation technologies along with
    capacity building of farmers through ATMA like
    institutions at the district level.

NFSM
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Present Scenario of the NFSM identified district
Area, Production and Productivity of the NFSM
district
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SUMMARY OF ACTION PLAN (PHYSICAL)
NFSM
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SUMMARY OF ACTION PLAN (FINANCIAL)
NFSM
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Summary of District Wise Financial Action Plan
NFSM
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NATIONAL AGRICULTURE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME (NADP)
RASHTRIYA KRISHI VIKAS YOJNA(RKVY)
JHARKHAND
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BROAD ACTIVITIES PROPOSED
  • Integrated Development of Major Food Crops (
    Distribution and Demon. Of Moong and Maize with
    IPM Kits FFS) - 831. 00 Lakhs (Phy- 3830 ha/440
    qtl/9020 no.)
  • The Plan will be implemented during the summer
    season.
  • Proper utilization of harvested rain water
    through these crops.
  • Check Labour Migration to Some extent.
  • Area Expansion through these crops.
  • Agricultural Mechanization (Sprayers, Pumpset,
    Spinkler, Duster, Broadcaster etc.) - 1263.40
    Lakhs (Phy- 88360 no.)
  • To make the environment worker friendly
    especially for women by reducing drudgery and
    health hazards and improving safety in production
    operations.
  • To Contribute in conservation of land and water
    resources
  • Efficient use of inputs like seed, chemicals,
    fertilizers and energy.
  • To reduce the cost of production in different
    commodities

NADP
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BROAD ACTIVITIES PROPOSED
  • Enhancement of Soil Health (Est. / Reno. Soil
    Testing Unit and Awareness/ Trg.) - 346.60
    Lakhs (Phy- 444 no.)
  • To make Soil testing Units operational in each
    district.
  • Efficient use of Soil map developed by (NBSS
    LUP).
  • Rainfed Farming System - 1722.40 Lakhs (Phy-
    4000 ha/334 no.)
  • Conservation, development and sustainable
    management of Natural resources including their
    use.
  • Enhancement of agricultural production
  • Reduction in disparity between irrigated and
    rainfed areas.
  • Creation of sustained employment opportunities
    for landless.

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BROAD ACTIVITIES PROPOSED
  • Support to State Seed Farm (44 Nos.) - 736.20
    Lakhs
  • To promote efficient and timely production and
    distribution of seeds to local farmers.
  • Availability of high quality seeds to farmers
    through improved distribution system and
    efficient marketing set-up to facilitate security
    of seed supply.
  • Integrated Pest Management Scheme (Awareness
    Programme/ Leaflets, Postures, Banner) - 44.00
    lakhs
  • Awareness on Seed treatment / IPM Techniques
  • Avoidance of economic loss and adverse side
    effects of chemical pesticides .

NADP
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BROAD ACTIVITIES PROPOSED
  • Study Tour of Farmers - 52.80 Lakhs
  • To make aware about latest techniques developed
    and tested in Research Institutes
  • Adoption of proven practices in local fields.
  • Organics Bio Fertilizer Production - 95.00
    lakhs
  • Improvement of soil quality through Vermicompost,
    Farm Yard Manures, Bio Fertilizer
  • Establishment of Development Unit for production
    of quality organic inputs / Biofertilizer for
    long term use.
  • Enhancement of Horticulture Production - 1101.60
    Lakhs
  • Availability of HYV Vegetable seed with necessary
    inputs to farmers groups.
  • Proper use of Borax and Sodium molybidate for
    vegetable crops
  • Provision of Refrigerated Van for storage and
    supply of fresh vegetables.

NADP
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BROAD ACTIVITIES PROPOSED
  • Animal Husbandry and Fishery Development
    - 1036.20 Lakhs
  • Promotion of proven fish-duck-pig farming
  • Promotion of heifer rearing for proper feeding
    and management of cross bred
  • female calf at AI centres.
  • Construction of Fish Collection and disposal
    center at landing sites.
  • Construction of hatcheries for promotion
    large-scale fish breeding.
  • To make availability of green fodder to marginal
    and sub marginal farmers
  • Training and infrastructure development for
    promotion of ornamental fish
  • production.
  • Strengthening of Market Infrastructure and
    Marketing Development.
  • - 229.20 lakhs
  • To maximize benefit/ income for agriculture
    produce.
  • Employment for SHGs at Collection Centres.
  • Promotion of Groups.

NADP
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BROAD ACTIVITIES PROPOSED (JUSTIFICATION)
  • Encouraging Non-Farm activities. - 66.00 Lakhs
  • Effective use of para-workers/
    Agri-enterpreneurs/ Agriculture graduate in
    extension gap filling through public Private
    partnership mode.
  • Promote local employment for Agri-Enterpreneurs.
  • Innovative Activities (Lac and Tassar in selected
    districts)- 52.00 Lakhs
  • To increase production level of Lac in potential
    district like Jamtara, Ranchi Gumla.
  • To increase prodcution level of Tassar in
    Potential districts like Dumka, Jamtara West
    Singhbhum districts.

Total Budget Allocation of DAP of 22 districts
-7576.40 Lakhs Administrative Expenditure for
preparation of DAP/ Dist. Nodal Agency - 220.00
lakhs Administrative Expenditure of State level
Nodal Agency (1) -75.764 lakhs. Total State
Agriculture Plan (2007-08) -7872.164 Lakhs
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NADP (RKVY) PROPOSED ACTIVITIESDURING 2008-09
  • NABCONS HAS BEEN ENTRUSTED WITH THE TASK OF
    FORMULATING DISTRICT ACTION PLAN

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