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Title: ANNUAL ACTION PLAN FOR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE UNDER NATIONAL HORTICULTURE MISSION FOR THE YEAR 200708


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ANNUAL ACTION PLAN FOR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE UNDER
NATIONAL HORTICULTURE MISSION FOR THE YEAR
2007-08
  • Submitted by
  • NATIONAL HORTICULTURAL RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT
    FOUNDATION
  • NASHIK (MS)

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INTRODUCTION
  • National Horticultural Research and Development
    Foundation was established by National
    Agricultural Cooperative Marketing Federation of
    India (NAFED) and Associate Shippers on 3rd
    November, 1977 under the Societies Registration
    Act, 1860 with a view to carry out research and
    development activities on various export oriented
    horticultural crops thereby to increase their
    yield and quality as also export. Onion and
    garlic are the two major crops being researched
    and developed by the foundation for the past
    three decades. It has also started work on other
    export oriented crops like okra, French bean,
    bitter gourd, chilli and baby corn.

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MANDATE
  • Selection of high yielding and storable varieties
    suited to differentagroclimatic conditions of
    the country and as required by differentforeign
    markets.
  • Determination of optimum standards of cultivation
    in relation tosoil, variety, climate and studies
    on post harvest management ofthe produce to
    reduce losses and improve the availability.
  • Survey, identification and investigation of major
    diseases and insect pests in the field and in the
    stores as also to device suitable and economic
    control measures.
  • Economic survey of foreign markets for finding
    out their varietalrequirements and survey on
    cost of cultivation in different areas.
  • Dissemination of latest technology on onion and
    such other exportoriented crops to the farmers
    through extension education so asto increase the
    production per unit area and also the quality.
  • Production and distribution of quality seeds as a
    service with aview to increase production and
    export.

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  • The NHRDF have nation wide network and trained
    scientific and technical staff to take up
    developmental programmes through out the country.

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NAME OF NHRDF CENTRES AND THE STATES COVERED
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TARGET AND ACHIEVEMENTS OF DIFFERENT COMPONENTS
UNDER NHM DURING 2005-2006
Total Grants Approved Rs 550 Lakhs Total
Grants Released Rs 550 Lakhs Grants utilized
till date of report Rs.550 Lakhs
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TARGET AND ACHIEVEMENTS OF DIFFERENTCOMPONENTS
UNDER NHM DURING 2006-2007
- Programmes are continued in summer as per
targets - Financial achievement also include
the provision made for summer season
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IMPACT OF THE PROGRAMME
  • Seed production programmes helped in increasing
    availability of quality seeds of vegetables
    specially onion and garlic in the country. The
    seed produced is under distribution during
    2007-08. This has helped in improving the quality
    quantity and productivity of the onion, garlic
    and other vegetables in the country.
  • HRD component helped to the unemployed rural
    youths for generating the employment in the field
    of establishment of horticulture nursery for
    supply of the vegetable seed and planting
    material to the horticulture growers and garden
    maintenance work.
  • TDTD Programme helped to the vegetable growers
    for adaptation of improved package of practices
    developed by different institutes and
    universities. This helped the farming community
    to increase the productivity of vegetables and
    their income in the country.
  • Good exposure of farmers was achieved through
    group visits where farmers practically learned
    the latest technologies developed in different
    institutes and universities. They are now
    following improved technology in their vegetable
    farming.

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  • Seminars and workshops helped the farming
    community in solving their problems in vegetable
    cultivation through interaction with the
    scientists and also helped in highlighting the
    researchable issues to the scientists.
  • The Information centre is continuously being
    used by the ministry, farmers, researchers,
    students, media and many others for market and
    other information. There had been more than 28750
    hits on the website developed

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ACTION PLAN FOR THE YEAR 2007-08
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COMPONENT 1
NUCLEUS SEED PRODUCTION OF ONION
Varieties and quantity to be produced Agrifound
Dark Red 600 kg. Agrifound Light Red 600
kg. Total 1200 kg
Financial Target Rs. 12.00 lakhs
Cost involved includes isolation facilities,
mother bulbs, production cost, Processing,
packing and technical service charges etc.
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Agrifound Light Red
Agrifound Dark Red
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COMPONENT 2
NUCLEUS SEED PRODUCTION OF GARLIC
Varieties and quantity to be produced Agrifound
White 2500 Kg. Yamuna Safed 2000 Kg. Yamuna
Safed 2 3500 Kg. Yamuna Safed 3 7000
Kg. Yamuna Safed 4 5000 kg. Total 20000 kg
Financial Target Rs. 10.00 lakhs
Cost involved includes production and storage
facilities, mother bulbs, production cost,
Curing, packing, transportation, storage
technical service charges etc.
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COMPONENT 3
VEGETABLE SEED PRODUCTION
CROPS TO BE COVERED UNDER VSP
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AREA TO BE COVERED UNDER VSP IN DIFFERENT STATES
Financial Target Rs. 840.00 lakhs
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Financial assistance of Rs. 840 lakhs _at_ Rs.
50000/- per ha to cover the cost on
nucleus/breeder seed for multiplication for
different varieties and crops including varietal
lines for F1 hybrid seed production and mother
bulbs and seed tubers, cost on various inputs
like fertilizers, pesticides, organic inputs, bio
pesticides, other infrastructure including
irrigation systems required for seed production,
cost on technical staff, T.A., DA.,
transportation of seed, literature, training to
farmers, cost on seed processing, packing and
storage facilities and seeds procurement, cost
on seed testing and GOT and institutional support
and technical services for arranging seed
production and distribution to farmers at
reasonable price.
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COMPONENT 4
TECHNOLOGY DISSEMINATION THROUGH DEMONSTRATION
The programmes will be taken in different states
on important vegetables like Tomato, Brinjal,
Potato, Cauliflower, Cabbage, Onion, Capsicum,
Bottle gourd, Bitter gourd, Bhindi etc. with the
concept of Integrated pest, disease and nutrient
management, organic farming etc.
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AREA TO BE COVERED UNDER TDTD IN DIFFERENT STATES
Financial Target Rs. 93.75 lakhs
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Cost involved includes seeds organic inputs
fertilizers, bio pesticides etc. technical
guidance, handouts, experts visits etc. and post
harvest management. Total financial assistance
required to cover 1000 ha during the year 2007-08
as per programme is Rs. 93.75 lakh to the
extent of 75 of Rs.12500/-per ha.
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Sh. S.M Desalphine, I.A.S, Addl. Secretary GOI
Sh. S.K Pattanayak, I.A.S, Jt. Secretary
Mission Director, NHM visited to Demonstration on
onion in Nasik area.
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COMPONENT 5
HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT IN HORTICULTURE
(GARDENERS TRAINING)
Location NHRDF, Ujwa, Najafgarh, New
Delhi Participants 1) Men and women, unemployed
youth having class VIII pass 2) Those youth who
are involved in gardening activity 3) Those youth
who earn their livelihood through
horticulture. 4) Lower level staff in private,
public enterprises and departmental staff etc.
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COMPONENT 6
FARMERS TRAINING AND GROUP VISIT
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Physical target and Financial Assistance
A group is of 50 farmers will be included in each
group visit. The cost to cover expenses on
travel, food, stay, stationary, literature, seed
samples, photos, publications, honorarium to the
trainers etc.
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COMPONENT 7
EXTENSION, QUALITY AWARENESS AND MARKET LED
EXTENSION AWARENESS INCLUDING SEMINAR AND
WORKSHOPS
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STATE LEVEL SEMINAR ARRANGED AT LASALGAON
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Dr. P.K.Mishra, I.A.S, Secretary, Ministry of
Agriculture, GOI giving inaugural address during
national seminar on vegetables at New Delhi.
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MISSION MANAGEMENT
NHRDF is a national agency to implement and to
monitor the NHM programmes implemented for
various components throughout the country mainly
in areas where vegetable cultivation has got
potential. Although NHRDF have national network
the additional infrastructure and manpower is
required for implementing the programmes. This
involves extensive traveling, communication as
well as adequate stationary and also additional
man power with qualified status and expertise. It
is thus proposed that for mission management i.e.
monitoring, implementation and evaluation of
various components proposed the grants to the
extent of 5 of the cost proposed, for various
components is required for mission management and
thus proposal is made for provision of grants of
Rs. 52.15 lakh. The financial assistance of Rs.
52.15 lakh is proposed to be provided to
NHRDF. Financial Assistance required Rs. 52.15
lakh.
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SUMMARY OF COMPONENTWISE PROPOSALS SUBMITTED FOR
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FOR THE YEAR 2007 2008
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T H A N K YOU
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