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Title: GUJARAT HORTICULTURE MISSION ACTION PLAN - 2007-08


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GUJARAT HORTICULTURE MISSIONACTION PLAN - 2007-08
Presented by
  • Dr. S.R. Chaudhary
  • Director of Horticulture,
    Mission Director
  • Gujarat state, GANDHINAGAR

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Characteristic of Gujarat Agriculture
  • Total Geographical Area 196 lakh hectares
  • Rainfall 300mm in Kutch to more than 2500mm in
    South Gujarat
  • Rainy days 15 to 45
  • Temperature Summer 35o C to 45o C
  • Climate Arid , Semi arid, Sub humid
  • Soil Deep black, Coastal Alluvial, Deltic
    Alluvial,Medium black
  • Net Area Sown 96.78 lakh hectares
  • Total Cropped Area 107.91 lakh hectares
  • Tribal area 20.91 lakh hectares
  • Drought Prone 53.86 lakh hectares
  • Agro Climatic Zones 8
  • Total irrigated area 35.73 lakh hectares ( 37
    )
  • (Source SCR 2001-02)

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Current status of Horticulture
  • Horticulture covers nearly 11 of total
    cropped area
  • Major fruits (Share in production) Mango
    (31), Banana (17), chikoo (9),

  • Citrus(10), Aonla (2), Papaya(2).
  • Major vegetables Onion (16) , potato (12.)
    ,Brinjal (17) , Tomato (8 ).
  • Horticulture production for last 12 years has
    been growing at more than 8 which
  • needs to be maintained for doubling
    production.

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Agro -climatic zone
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Leading Horticulture produces
PRODUCTION SHARE (In country) Horticultural
crops
  • Banana 14.03 Lakh M.T. 10.55 share
  • Chiku 1.95 Lakh M.T. 21.36 share
  • Mango 4.95 Lakh M.T. 3.89 share
  • Lime 2.25 Lakh M.T. 15.62 share
  • Onion 7.17 Lakh M.T. 17.06 share
  • Potato 7.80 Lakh M.T. 3.37 share

PRODUCTIVITY RANK Horticultural crops
Higher over national average
Sourse NHB data base 2004-05
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SWOT Analysis
STRENGTHS
WEAKNESSES
  • Varied Agro-climatic conditions
  • Available surplus in Spices, Kharif Onion, Pea
    and Cucurbits.
  • Strong cooperative credit and marketing structure
  • High productivity (Mango, Banana, Potato, Onion)
  • Poor irrigation facilities
  • Erratic monsoon
  • Shallow and undulating land and
  • with low fertility

OPPORTUNTIES
THREAT
  • Scope for Area expansion in fruit crop
  • Potential to increase production and export of
    Banana , Mango, Potato, Cumin , Fennel and
    Isubgul
  • Sradar Sarovar project will provide irrigation
    facilities for additional 17.90 lakh ha.
  • Good potential for cultivation of medicinal and
    aromatic plants
  • Investment in green house , floriculture projects
    , tissue culture units , fruits vegetable
    processing units
  • Drought prone
  • Prone to cyclone and locust
  • Depletion of water table
  • Deterioration of soil and water
  • Salinity ingress

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Infrastructure availability
  • 213 cold storage having 9.50 lakh mt. storage
    capacity
  • 42 fruit vegetable co-operative marketing
    societies and 197 APMC dealing with selling
    buying of horticulture produce in the State.
  • 16 Tissue culture Lab producing quality planting
    material
  • Two AEZs
  • 1. AEZ for mangos and vegetables is in central
    and southern Gujarat. About 50 of mango
    production is from this region. There are about
    25 processing units and 100 cold storages in the
    region. Exports are primarily to Middle East and
    UK.
  • 2. AEZ for onions has about 22 units of
    dehydration out of which about 20 are HACCP
    certified. Exports of onions are primarily in the
    dehydrated form. The key destinations are Europe
    and USA.
  • 202 mandis located in 225 talukas and 25
    districts. Large mandis include Ahmedabad, Surat,
    and Rajkot for fruits vegetables and Unjha for
    spices
  • Processing units exist primarily for mango pulp,
    pickles, tomato ketchup, dehydration of onion,
    potato/banana chips, spices Isubgol processing
    having capacity of 11.78 lakh quintals/ Annum

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Strategies for Horticulture Development under
NHMFruits crops
  • Use of better quality and high potential plants /
    grafts of fruit crops
  • Adoption of high density plantation in Mango
  • High tech tissue culture in Banana Crops
  • Fertigation technique to ensure better quality
    production of fruits
  • Better orchard management through adoption of
    Advanced package of practices for production.
  • Increase awareness and up gradation of skill of
    the farmers for the rejuvenation of old orchard.
  • Use of IPM and INM in fruit crops

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Strategies for Horticulture Development under
NHMVegetable crops
  • To promote high yielding hybrids of vegetables
  • Promote vegetable seed production program in
    public as well as private sector
  • To develop seed infrastructure in the state for
    the better quality seed production.
  • To promote vegetable cultivation in the potential
    tribal area of the state
  • Adoption of IPM and organic farming in vegetable
    crops
  • Up gradation of technical knowledge of high
    yielding varieties and reformed package of
    practices of vegetable crops

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Requirement of quality planting materials for
area expansion 2007-08
  • Banana T.C. plants supplied by 16 T.C. labs. It
    will be about 30 of
  • requirement i.e. 60 lakhs plants.
  • Papaya will be raised through seedling of HYV
    by farmers and SAUs
  • Govt nurseries
  • Mango , Sapota , Aonla , Guava , Lime etc.
    Grafts plants are
  • sufficiently available.

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Financial Summary (Rs. in Lakhs )
  • 1. Action plan approved for 2005-06 6844.18
  • 2. Funds released during 2005-06 3239.29
  • 3. Expenditure incurred during 2005-06
    1011.24
  • 4. Balance programs of 2005-06 for which
  • funds were released 2228.05
  • 5. Funds released during 2006-07 2577.03
  • 6. Total available funds 2006-07 4805.08
  • 7. Financial progress - expenditure 2006-07
  • including balance program of 2005-06
    2823.55
  • 8. Unspent balance at the end of 2006-07
    1981.53
  • 9. Action Plan approved for 2006-07 8796.00
  • 10. Proposed AAP for 2007-08 7500.00

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  • Provision of State share against central share
    -
  • 1. Central share (85 ) - Rs. 4250.00 Lakhs
  • 2. State share (15 ) - Rs. 750.00 Lakhs
  • _________________________________________________
  • Total Rs. 5000.00 Lakhs
  • Proposed action plan of 2007-08 Rs. 7500.00
    Lakh
  • Provision of State share Rs.750.00 Lakhs has
    already been made in the budget of 2007-08
    of Gujarat State.
  • AAP 2007-08 has been proposed to the tune of
    Rs.7500.00
  • Lakhs according to recommendation of SEC of
    GHM.
  • Additional requirement of state share against
    Rs.2500.00
  • Lakhs will be met by way of supplementary
    demand or
  • withdrawal of contingency fund from state Govt.
    during
  • 2007-08.
  • Financial requirement for the newly proposed
    five districts will
  • be met from the total provision made
    RS.7500.00 Lakhs under
  • AAP-2007-08.

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Physical program approved in the AAP 2005-06 and
AAP 2006-07 for which funds were released and
activities initiated but not yet completed .
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Physical program approved in the AAP 2005-06 and
AAP 2006-07 for which funds were released and
activities initiated but not yet completed .
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N.B. Activities under the above components are
in progress ,actual utilization of grant will be
available at the end of June-2007.
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PHYSICAL AND FINANCIAL TARGET ACHIVEMENT UNDER
" NHM" FOR THE YEAR 2006-07 GUJARAT STATE ,
GANDHINAGAR (RS IN LAKHS)
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PHYSICAL AND FINANCIAL TARGET ACHIVEMENT UNDER
" NHM" FOR THE YEAR 2006-07 GUJARAT STATE ,
GANDHINAGAR (RS IN LAKHS)
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PHYSICAL AND FINANCIAL TARGET ACHIVEMENT UNDER
" NHM" FOR THE YEAR 2006-07 GUJARAT STATE ,
GANDHINAGAR (RS IN LAKHS)
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PHYSICAL AND FINANCIAL TARGET ACHIVEMENT UNDER
" NHM" FOR THE YEAR 2006-07 GUJARAT STATE ,
GANDHINAGAR (RS IN LAKHS)
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PHYSICAL AND FINANCIAL TARGET ACHIVEMENT UNDER
" NHM" FOR THE YEAR 2006-07 GUJARAT STATE ,
GANDHINAGAR (RS IN LAKHS)
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PHYSICAL AND FINANCIAL TARGET ACHIVEMENT UNDER
" NHM" FOR THE YEAR 2006-07 GUJARAT STATE ,
GANDHINAGAR (RS IN LAKHS)
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Districts and area expansion suggested during
2007-08
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Districts and area expansion suggested during
2007-08
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Action plan 2007-08 Financial Distribution
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Existing Districts proposed New Districts For
implementation Of Various programs
Banaskantha
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Sabarkantha
Mehsana
Kutch
Gandhinagar
Kheda
Surendranagar
Ahmedabad
Anand
Vadodara
Bhavnagar
Bharuch
Amreli
Surat
Junagadh
Navasri
Existing Districts (12)
Valsad
Proposed New Districts (5)
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Newly Proposed Districts with Crops For 2007-08
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Thanks
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Rate of assistance 50 of the the cost of
Rs.3.0 Lakhs i.e. 1.50 Lakhs per unit per
beneficiariesPhysical Financial Targets 25
units with the total financial outlay of Rs. 37.5
LakhsJustification Value addition is the prime
requirement in Horticulture considering this
to create additional employment by establishing
small scale on farm distillation unit for
aromatic plant and processing units for
fruits/nuts vegetable.
Self employment / Value addition on field
  • Strengthening of Horticulture Nurseries
  • Rate of assistance 100 for public sector
    and 50 for private sector. Unit cost Rs.3.00
    Lakhs / Nursery
  • Financial Targets 33.00 lakhs
  • Justification Existing nurseries are required
    to be strengthen to produce quality planting
    materials and increase their capacity. As there
    is no provision in NHM for strengthening of
    existing nursery.
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