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Title: AGRICULTURE STRATEGY


1
AGRICULTURE STRATEGY
HARYANA
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE HARYANA
2
Index
  • Agriculture Profile of the state 4
  • Major Issues in Agriculture in Haryana 5-19
  • Sustainability of Soil 6
  • Salinity 7
  • Alkalinity 8
  • Deficiency of Micro nutrients 9
  • Poor organic carbon 10
  • Conservation of water resources 11-12
  • Crop diversification 13-14
  • Management of insects/pests 15
  • Seeds 16
  • Progress of Rabi Kharif Crops 20-23
  • Thrust areas for Kharif crops 2009 24
  • Key Drivers behind Strategy of Agriculture 25
  • Agriculture Mechanization 26
  • Extension Approaches 27
  • a) Fertilizer availability Consumption Rabi
    2008-09 28
  • b) Requirement of fertilizers during kharif
    2009 29

Contd.
3
Contd.
  • 9. Agriculture Infrastructure 30-32
  • a) Soil Testing Laboratories 30
  • b) Seed Testing Laboratories 31
  • c)Fertilizer Pesticides Testing
    Laboratory 32
  • 10. Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yozna (RKVY) 33-35
  • 11. National Food Security Mission 36-39
  • 12. MMM 40-41
  • 13. National Horticulture Mission 42-45
  • 14. Fisheries 46-56
  • 15. Animal Husbandry Dairying 57-62
  • 16. Agriculture credit 63

4
1. AGRICULTURE PROFILE OF THE STATE
  • Geographical Area - 44.21 lakh ha.
  • Cultivated Area - 38.09 lakh ha.
  • Net Area Sown - 35.56 lakh ha.
  • Gross Cropped Area - 63.94 lakh ha
  • Cropping intensity - 182

  • (National average 135)
  • Irrigated Area - 84
  • Area under brackish water - 54
  • No. of Farm Holdings - 15.28 lakh
  • a) Marginal farmers - 7.04 lakh (46.1)
  • b) Small farmers - 2.94 lakh (19.3)
  • c) others - 5.30 lakh (34.7)

5
2- Major Issues in Agriculture
  • i) Sustainability of Soil
  • a) Salinity
  • b) Alkalinity
  • c) Deficiency of Micro nutrients
  • d) Poor organic carbon
  • ii) Conservation of water resources
  • iii) Crop diversification
  • iv) Management of insects/pests
  • v) Seeds

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i) Sustainability of Soil
  • Saline water logged soils - 4.00 lakh hect.
  • Critically waterlogged - 40,000 hect.
  • Alkaline soils - 86,000 hect.
  • Zinc deficiency - 30 area
  • Iron deficiency - 24 area
  • Organic Carbon - 0.2 ( normal 0.4 )

SWOC ANALYSIS
  • Opportunities
  • Availability of resource conserving technologies
  • Soil testing laboratory equipeed for micro
    nutrient
  • testing
  • Strengths
  • Soil testing lab (30) at sub-divisional level
  • Pilot project of SSD
  • Challenges
  • Delineation of saline/alkaline micro nutrient
    deficient soils
  • Maintenance of SSD project on sustainable
    basis disposal of saline water
  • Secondary alkalinization
  • Technical know-how of extension personnel
  • Weaknesses
  • Short period of operation (3 months) for SSD
  • Non availability of field wise soil testing
    report
  • Limited scope of green manuring due to itensive
    farming
  • Practice of burning of crop stubbles

7
Strategy
a) Reclamation of Saline Soils
  • Identification of Saline waterlogged soils
    identification of saline waterlogged soils by
    CSSRI
  • Promotion of sub-surface drainage system under
    RKVY State Plan Scheme
  • Purchase of one more trenching machine
    accessories
  • Conjunctive use of saline water with canal water
  • Target of coverage of 1000 hect. at a cost of
    Rs.5.00 crore during 2009-10
  • Capacity building of the farmers for maintenance
    of project

8
Strategy
b) Alkaline Soils
  • Delineation of alkaline sulphur deficient soils
    Identification of the alkaline soils
  • Strengthening of soil testing laboratories
  • Application of gypsum on soil test basis for
    reclamation of alkaline soils
  • Application of gypsum _at_ 10 bags per hect. to
    mitigate sulphur deficiency
  • Gypsum for an area of 2.50 lakh hect. to remove
    sulphur deficiency
  • An amount of Rs.20.00 crore to be utilized under
    NFSM, RKVY state plan schemes

9
Strategy
c) Deficiency of Micro Nutrients
  • Delineation of micro nutrients deficient areas on
    GIS maps
  • Strengthening and up-gradation of existing soil
    testing labs
  • Four new Soil testing laboratories proposed to be
    set up at a cost of Rs.240.00 lakh under National
    Project on Management of Soil Health Fertility
    (NPMSF)
  • Two Mobile soil testing vans for on spot testing
    samples of distant fields
  • 3.00 lakhs soil health cards to be issued during
    2009-10
  • Capacity building of extension personnel
    farmers
  • Supply of micro-nutrients on 50 subsidy under
    NFSM RKVY
  • An amount of Rs.7.00 crore for covering 1.50 lakh
    hect.

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Strategy
d) Poor Organic Carbon
  • Green manuring in 1.50 lakh hect. at a cost of
    Rs.10.00 crore under RKVY
  • Promotion of zero till seed drill rotavators
    under NFSM RKVY
  • Promotion of Vermi composting FYM
  • Cultivation of leguminous crops
  • Mechanization in sugarcane cultivation
  • Awareness campaigns

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ii) Conservation of Water Resources
  • Total water requirement 32 MAF
  • Availability 18.75 MAF
  • Deficit 13.25 MAF
  • Brackish Ground Water 54 of the area
  • Depletion of Ground water 17 cm (99 cm in
    M.garh)
  • Over exploited blocks 55

SWOC ANALYSIS
  • Opportunities
  • Availability of Resource Conserving
    Technology (RCT)
  • Scope for diversification of crops
  • Strengths
  • Availability of water saving technology
  • Cadre of technical personnel
  • Weaknesses
  • Flood system of irrigation in canal command area
  • Brackish ground water in 54 area
  • Cultivation of Water guzzling crop of paddy
  • Challenges
  • Seepage losses along wide network of canals
    in western part
  • Diversification of crops
  • Depletion of groundwater in fresh water zone

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Strategy
  • Coverage of 20,000 hect. area under UGPL at a
    cost of Rs.20.00 crore under RKVY
  • Promotion of Lazer leveler technology under RKVY
  • Promotion of Sprinkler system under NFSM,
    ISOPOM State Plan Scheme
  • Promotion of direct seeding of Basmati rice
  • Promotion of raised bed planting
  • Promotion of crop diversification
  • Enactment of legislation Haryana Preservation of
    Sub-Soil Water Act-2009 for banning of paddy
    nursery before 15th May transplanting before
    15th June

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iii) Crop Diversification
  • To Diversify water intensive crops
  • To improve soil health
  • To conserve natural resources

SWOC ANALYSIS
  • Opportunities
  • Huge market in Delhi for NCR
  • Amendment in APMC Act.
  • Strengths
  • Suitable agro-climatic conditions for
    diversification
  • Excellent scope for horticultural crops
  • Weaknesses
  • MSP of Paddy-Wheat
  • Shortage of labour as cultivation of
    horticultural crops is labour intensive
  • Problem of blue bulls
  • Susceptibility of pulses to saline conditions
  • Inadequate marketing infrastructure
  • Challenges
  • Marketing of diversified crops
  • Poor shelf life of fruits vegetables
  • Lack of Post Harvesting Technologies
  • Lack of Air Cargo Strips

14
Strategy
  • APMC Act amended making enabling provision for
    contract farming
  • Contract farming of barley by Hafed
  • Within crop diversification Basmati rice area
    to be promoted
  • Promotion of summer moong cultivation
  • Promotion of cotton guar cultivation
  • Promotion of horticultural crops under NHM
  • Promotion of Mushroom cultivation

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iv) Management of Insects/Pests
  • Problem of brown plant hopper in paddy
  • Grass hopper in Bajra, jowar sugarcane crops
  • Mealy bug in cotton crop

SWOC ANALYSIS
  • Strengths
  • Wide network of dealers
  • Good team of scientist at each KVK extension
    workers at Distt./ block/ village level
  • Opportunities
  • Availability of adequate funds under state plan
    RKVY, NFSM other schemes
  • Receptive farmers
  • Weaknesses
  • Indiscriminate use of pesticides
  • Multiplication of pests on uncultivable common
    land
  • Challenges
  • Pesticides hazards
  • Fast multiplication of pests
  • Difficulty in spraying in tall crops

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  • Strategy
  • Brown plant hopper in paddy, grass hopper in
    Bajra, Jowar Sugarcane mealy bug in cotton
    crop caused extensive damage during the last
    season
  • Comprehensive strategy to check the menace of
    these pests
  • Committee of experts to monitor the pest to
    advice timely control measures
  • Supply of pesticides on 35 subsidy under RKVY
  • Eradication of alternate hosts
  • Strengthening of biological control laboratory
    at Sirsa
  • Awareness campaigns

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CROP-WISE SEED REPLACEMENT RATE OF DIFFERENT
CROPS FROM THE YEAR 2003-04 TO 2008-09
TARGETS FOR 2009-10
v) Seeds
(In percentage)
  • Problem of admixture
  • Seed Treatment
  • Seed replacement rate of gram, paddy wheat
    needs to be improved
  • Priority is given to the seeds of latest high
    yielding varieties
  • Adequate availability of seed for Kharif 2009

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Strategy
  • Objectives
  • Increased seed replacement rate
  • Promotion of new varieties in seed production
    programme and deletion of old varieties
  • 100 seed treatment
  • Action Plan
  • Seed village programme in 695 villages with a
    proposed outlay of Rs.12.00 crore
  • Strengthening of seed processing plant at Umri
    and Hisar of HSDC under Strengthening of Seed
    infrastructure, production development scheme
  • Setting up new seed testing laboratory at Rohtak
    under RKVY.
  • Strengthening of Seed Testing Laboratory at Sirsa
    and Panchkula
  • Monitoring of seed production programme at
    sowing, harvesting, processing tagging - to
    counter the problem of admixture and quality of
    seed
  • Seed treatment Campaign from 1st June-30th June.
    Block District level Committees constituted.
    Live Demonstration of seed treatment in every
    village
  • Adequate availability of Kharif seeds

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AVAILABILITY OF CERTIFIED SEED, KHARIF, 2009



(Qty. in qtls.)
  • 25 area likely to be under Hybrid rice
  • About 90 of area under Bt. cotton.
  • Availability of more than 15.00 lakh packets of
    Bt. cotton seed

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3-a PROGRESS UNDER RABI CROPS
AArea in 000 ha PProd. in 000 tonnes/bales
170 kgs of each.
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HIGHLIGHTS
  • Highest ever wheat productivity during 2008-09
    - 43.00 qtls. per hect. (previous highest was
    42.32 qtls. per ha. during 2006-07)
  • Wheat production increased by more than 4.00 lakh
    tonnes over 2007-08
  • Record wheat procurement of about 70 lakh MT
    during 2008-09
  • Gram productivity increased from 5.05 qtls. per
    hect. to 8.00 qtls. per hect.
  • Gram production increased by 49,000 MT
  • Barley production increased by 33,000 MT
  • Highest ever Mustard productivity of 17.50
    qtl./ha production 10.08 lakh tonnes (previous
    highest productivity was 15.59 qtls. per ha.
    production 9.65 lakh MT during 2003-04)
  • Mustard productivity increased by more than 12
    production increased by 4.5 over the
    previous highest
  • Areas of concern-
  • Considerable decline in sugarcane area
    production owing to shifting of area to wheat
    paddy

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3-b PROGRESS UNDER KHARIF CROPS
AArea in 000 ha PProd. in 000 tonnes/bales
170 kgs of each.
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HIGHLIGHTS
  • Rice production declined by more than 3.00 lakh
    MT due to increase area under Basmati varieties
    and incidence of plant hopper during 2008-09
  • Highest ever cotton productivity i.e. 694 kg.
    lint per hect. recorded during 2008-09 as
    compared to 663 kg. lint per hect. during 2007-08
  • Area of guar increased by 60,000 hect. while
    production increased by 85,000 MT during 2008-09
  • Total production of cotton slightly declined due
    to 28000 hect. less area coverage during 2008-09.
  • Bajra production also declined by 92,000 MT
    during 2008-09 owing to damage of crops due to
    less area coverage incidence of grass hopper

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4. THURST AREAS FOR KHARIF, 2009
  • Rice
  • Promotion of hybrid and basmati paddy
    cultivation (Hybrid 3.0 lac hectare and basmati
    paddy 6.25 lac hectare targeted)
  • Promotion of paddy transplanter under RKVY
  • 100 seed treatment increasing seed replacement
    rate to 25
  • Supply of pesticides on 35 subsidy under RKVY
    for the control of paddy hopper
  • Cotton
  • Increasing seed replacement rate from 80 to 95
  • Increasing the area under Bt. Cotton from 3.6
    lakh hectares to 5.5 lakh hectares
  • Awareness generation for management of mealy bug
  • Sugarcane
  • Strengthening of tissue culture lab at Karnal
    under RKVY
  • Promotion of ring pit wide row spacing to
    increase sugarcane productivity
  • Increasing area under autumn planting by
    providing assistance _at_ Rs.2000 per acre for
    Sugarcane seed
  • Inter cropping of onion, garlic, mustard in
    sugarcane crop to improve return per unit area
  • Mechanization of sugarcane farming under RKVY to
    reduce the dependence of farmers on labour
  • Sustainability of Soil
  • Promotion of green manuring to improve soil
    health under RKVY
  • Removal of deficiency of micro nutrients
    sulphur nutrients under RKVY NFSM.
  • Reclamation of saline alkaline soils

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5. Key Drivers behind Strategy
  • Organizing the similar activities under various
    schemes of GOI/State Govt. in only under one
    scheme
  • Brainstorming for long term and short term action
    plan
  • Avoiding duplicacy
  • Proposed action plan from available resources of
    state/central schemes
  • Sustainability of soil

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6. AGRICULTURE MECHANIZATION
  • Promotion of agriculture mechanization
  • 2550 zero till seed drill, 200 rotavators, 775
    seed drill 135 multi crop planter proposed to
    be supplied under NFSM
  • 100 paddy transplanters, 30 lazer levelers, 2
    bailers and 2000 farm tools proposed to be
    supplied on subsidized rate under RKVY
  • Promotion of straw reaper reaper binder to
    tackle the menace of paddy wheat husk burning
  • Promotion of bed planter, potato planter, potato
    digger, self propelled sprayer, ridger seeder,
    power tiller, tractor mounted sprayers under MMM
    scheme.
  • To promote mechanization in Sugarcane at a cost
    of Rs.454.00 lakh under RKVY. This will provide
    a boost to sugarcane cultivation.

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7. EXTENSION APPROACHES
  • Extension Machinery strengthened
  • Pritibadh wall magazine in 3500 villages free of
    cost.
  • Krishi Samvad magazine in all villages (24
    dedicated pages to Agriculture sector)
  • Use of EDUSAT System to disseminate information.
    Tele conference of field workers on monthly basis
  • SMS service for dissemination of information
  • Wide use of electronic and Print Media for
    publicity awareness.
  • Pragatisheel Kisan club strengthened by way of
    providing office room, computers and fax machine
    in DDA office.
  • Development of model village in every distt.
  • Plan for setting up women farmers club in each
    model village
  • Issue of 3.00 lakh additional soil health cards
  • Issue of 1.00 lakh water health cards for 1.00
    lakh tubewell in 4 problematic distts.
  • Farmers Development workshop- cum- Exhibition to
    disseminate information.
  • Setting up of community radio station at KVK

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8 a. FERTILIZER AVAILABILITY CONSUMPTION DURING
RABI 2008-09
(Lakh MTs)
  • Nitrogen consumption has increased.
  • Phosphorus Potash consumption also increased.
  • Micro level monitoring of fertilizer
    availability distribution of fertilizers at
    district block level on day to day basis.

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8. b. REQUIREMENT OF FERTILIZERS DURING KHARIF
2009
(in lakh MTs)
  • Hafed has been advised to procure 2.30 lakh MT
    DAP against the total requirement of 3.00 lakh MT
    DAP for Kharif 2009-10 season.
  • Hafed has placed indent for 1.35 lakh MT of DAP
    with IPL IFFCO
  • Availability distribution of fertilizer is
    monitored on day to day basis particularly DAP
    fertilizer position is comfortable

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9.Agriculture Infrastructure
a. Soil Testing Laboratories
  • Existing infrastructure
  • 30 soil testing laboratories at sub-divisional
    level
  • All laboratories computerized and equipped for
    micro nutrients testing
  • Proposed Action Plan
  • 4 new soil testing laboratories proposed to be
    set up
  • Proposed to provide 2 Mobile soil testing vans
    under RKVY to collect samples on door step of the
    farmers
  • 3.00 lakh soil health cards 1.00 lakh water
    quality cards to be issued during 2009-10
  • Delineation of deficient area of micro nutrients
    on GIS map

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b. Seed Testing Laboratories
  • Existing Infrastructure
  • Seed testing laboratoy at Karnal having capacity
    of 10,000 seed samples
  • Seed testing laboratory at Panchkula for seed
    certification purposes having capacity of 5000
    samples
  • Action Plan
  • Strengthening of seed testing laboratory of
    Karnal Panchkula
  • Establishment of one Seed testing laboratory at
    Sirsa under State Plan scheme
  • One seed testing laboratory at Rohtak having
    capacity of 5000 samples proposed to be set up
    under RKVY during 2009-10
  • Strengthening of seed processing plant of HSDC at
    Umri Hisar and creation of additional capacity
    for seed storage under strengthening of seed
    infrastructure developmental scheme

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c. Fertilizer Pesticides Testing Laboratory
  • Existing Infrastructure
  • 3 fertilizer testing laboratories at Hisar,
    Rohtak and Karnal having capacity of 1700 sample
    each
  • 3 pesticides testing laboratory at Sirsa, Karnal
    and Rohtak having capacity of 1100 sample each
  • All the laboratories have been computerized
  • Action Plan
  • One pesticide testing laboratory with a capacity
    of 1100 sample is being set up at Panchkula
    will start functioning during current year
  • One pesticide laboratory proposed to be set up
    at Gurgaon to cater the needs of southern parts
    of the State
  • Categorization of pesticides manufacturing
    companies in A, B, C D group based on their
    performance
  • More focus on C D group in pesticides
    sampling
  • Regular capacity building of laboratory field
    staff to update their technical know-how skills

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10. Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojana (RKVY)
(Rs. in lakh)
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  • An amount of Rs.61.03 crore was released against
    total allocation of Rs.97.12 crore during 2007-08
    2008-09
  • An amount of Rs.59.66 crore has been utilized
    which is 97.75 utilization of funds.
  • Allied sectors were allotted adequate funds i.e.
    35.21 of the total release
  • Animal Husbandry - 17.79
  • Fisheries - 13.17
  • Horticulture - 4.25
  • Regular meetings of SLSC to monitor the progress
    of the implementation of the projects
  • External technical experts in the field of
    agriculture and allied sector called as a special
    invitees in the meeting of SLSC
  • No project proposal would be approved by SLSC
    until and unless the project is vetted by the
    technical expert of the field
  • SLSC meeting on 1-6-2009 to approve the project
    proposal for 2009-10
  • Last meeting of SLSC held on 22-4-2009

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Progress of C-DAP
  • C-DAP for 20 districts formulated
  • Block Agriculture Planning Unit (BAPU) Distt.
    Agriculture Planning Unit (DAPU) constituted
  • Amendment of C-DAP is in final stage
  • All field staff HODs of Agriculture and allied
    sector have been sensitized regarding convergence
    of RKVY with NREGS and SGSY
  • HODs have been asked to ensure that thrust areas
    of the district are properly reflected in the
    C-DAP
  • Suitable interventions under NREGS and SGSY is
    being identified to dovetail with RKVY
  • Progress of C-DAP will be reviewed in the meeting
    of State Level Sanctioning Committee (SLSC) to be
    held on 1/6/2009

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11. National Food Security Mission (NFSM) - Wheat
(Rs. in lakh)
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HIGHLIGHTS
  • Increase in seed replacement rate
  • Removal of micro nutrients sulphur deficiency -
    Rs. 237.65 lakh utilized
  • Farm mechanization - Rs.413.10 lakh utilized
  • Sprinkler system Rs.729.86 lakh utilized
  • Management of weeds (Phalaris minor seed
    treatment with mycoryza) - Rs.406.25 lakh
  • Increase in wheat area from 6.06 lakh hect.
    (2007-08) to 6.08 lakh hect. (2008-09)
  • Increase in wheat productivity from 36.95 qtls.
    per hect. to 38.20 qtls. per hect.
  • Increase in wheat production by 83000 tonnes.

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NFSM - Pulses
Contd.
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HIGHLIGHTS
  • Increase in seed replacement rate
  • Removal of micro nutrients sulphur deficiency -
  • Rs. 15.75 lakh utilized
  • Integrated Pest Management - Rs.11.34 lakh lakh
    utilized
  • Sprinkler system Rs.7.35 lakh utilized
  • Seed treatment Management of Pod borer -
    Rs.16.02 lakh
  • Increase in Gram area from 1.07 lakh hect.
    (2007-08) to 1.30 lakh hect. (2008-09)
  • Increase in Gram productivity from 5.00 qtls. per
    hect. to 8.00 qtls. per hect.
  • Increase in Gram production by 30,000 MT

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12. PROGRESS UNDER MMM
(Rs. in lakh)
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Contd.
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13. NATIONAL HORTICULTURE MISSION
(Rs. in lakhs)
  • Proposed outlay for 2009-10 - Rs. 10056.00 lakhs
  • Micro Irrigation - Rs. 1295.00 lakhs

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NHM Action Plan (2009-10)
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Marketing/Processing Infrastructure
  • Holistic development of horticulture sector under
    the aegis of National Horticulture Mission
  • Proposed outlay under NHM during 2009-10 is
    Rs.10056.00 lakh
  • Main focus on vegetable seed production,
    establishment of new gardens, community tanks,
    protective cultivation post harvest management
  • Marketing, post harvest management, setting up of
    processing unit value addition is accorded top
    priority under the Mission

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Action Plan - MI
  • Total area to be covered 145 ha.
  • Assistance required Rs.1295.41 lakh

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  • 14. Fisheries

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PRESENT STATUS
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PROBLEMS
  • Survival from spawn to fry is 25 which can be
    increased to 50.
  • Fish seed productivity is approx. 19 lakh which
    may be increased to 35 lakh/Ha/crop.
  • Weak post harvest infrastructure.
  • Non-availability of fish seed of brackish water
    fishes.
  • Non-availability of prawn seed

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FUTURE PLAN
  • TO INCREASE WATER AREA UNDER CULTURE FROM 14304
    TO 20000 HECTARE BY 2011-12.
  • TO INCRESE FISH PRODUCTION FROM 76000 TONNES TO
    100000 TONNES BY
  • 2011-12
  • TO INCREASE FISH SEED PRODUCTION
    FROM 3460 TO 4000 LAKH BY 2011-12
  • TO MAINTAIN GROWTH RATE OF 10

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FUTURE PLAN
  • TO INCREASE FISH PRODUCTIVITY
    FROM5300TO6000Kg/HECTARE/YEAR
  • TO PROVIDE SELF EMPLOYMENT TO 20000 FAMILIES AS
    FULL TIME AND TO 60000 FAMILIES AS PART TIME
  • TO CREATE ADDITIONAL WATER AREA OF 6000 HECTARES
  • TO MAKE STATE FISH DIEASE FREE

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FUTURE PLAN
  • DIVERSIFICATION FROM CARP CULTURE TO HIGH VALUED
    INDIAN MAGUR AND FRESH WATER PRAWN.
  • INTRODUCTION OF ORNAMENTAL FISH BREEDING AND
    REARING.
  • EFFICIENT AND AFFORDABLE POST HARVEST
    INFRASTRUCTURE.
  • AUGUMENTATION CONSERVATION OF NATURAL FISH
    FAUNA.

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ACTION PLAN
  • CREATION OF 2000 HECTARE NEW WATER AREA UNDER
    NREGA.
  • CREATION OF 1200 HECTARE NEW WATER AREA UNDER
    CSS.
  • CTEATION OF 600 HECTARE NEW WATER AREA UNDER
    STATE PLAN
  • CONSTRUCTION OF TWO NEW FISH MARKETS AT
    BAHADURGARH GURGAON

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ACTION PLAN
  • CONSTRUCTION OF PRAWN SEED HATCHERY AT SAMPLA,
    ROHTAK
  • STRENGTHENING AND EXPENSION OF ORNAMENTAL FISH
    HATCHERY AT SAIDPURA, KARNAL
  • UP-GRADATION OF GOVT. FISH SEED FARMS UNDER
    RKVY.
  • UP-GRATION OF DISTRICT FISH HEALTH CENTRES UNDER
    RKVY.

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ACTION PLAN
  • UP-GRADATION OF AQUATIC POLY CLINICS AT FARMS
    UNDER RKVY.
  • UP-GRADATION OF STATE LEVEL DIAGONISTIC LAB
    UNDER RKVY.
  • SETTING UP BIO-RESERVE TANK AT DADUPUR,
    YAMUNANAGAR FOR CONSERVATION OF FISH FAUNA.
  • ANNUAL ANGLING COMPETETION TO CREATE AWARENESS.

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ACTION PLAN
  • ANNUAL FISH FARMERS DAY TO FACILITATE
    PROGRESSIVE FISH FARMERS.
  • DEMO UNITS UNDER RKVY TO DEMONSTRATE HIGH FISH
    YEILD.
  • MONTHLY AWARENESS CAMPS IN ALL DISTRICTS TO
    PPROPAGATE ADVANCED CULTURE TECHNIQUES.

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REQUIREMENTS OF FUNDS
  • TO ACHIEVE THE ENVISAGED TARGETS THE DEPARTMENT
    WOULD REQUIRE FUNDS AS UNDER DURING THE PERIOD
    2009-12
  • STATE PLAN Rs.1845.00 LAKH
  • CENTRAL SHARE OF CSS Rs. 950.00 LAKH
  • RKVY Rs. 775.00 LAKH

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15.
Animal Husbandry Dairying Deptt.
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Contribution (age) of livestock and investments
National Overviews
  • Contribution of livestock sector (4.8-6.5 ) to
    total G.D.P. has been steady and its contribution
    to agricultural G.D.P. has gone up over the years
    from 22.6 in 1998-99 to more than 30 in 2007-08
  • To achieve 4 growth rate in agricultural sector,
    the growth rate in Animal Husbandry sector needs
    to be increased from 6-7 to 10

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Department of Animal Husbandry Dairying, Haryana
  • Potential of growth in this sector is far more
    than
  • the existing growth rate
  • 22.27 lac out of total 46.84 lac families find
    employment (draw income) from this
    Sector
  • Investment in Animal Husbandry and Dairying
  • sector remained low and varied between 0.4 to
  • 0.8 over the years

Contribution in the State
DEPARTMENT OF ANIMAL HUSBANDRY DAIRYING, HARYANA
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Department of Animal Husbandry Dairying, Haryana
Inspite of low budgetary allocation, the State
is best in-
- Infrastructure one institution for every less
than 3 villages (2781 for 6764 villages)
- Murrah germplasm
- Disease Control
- Human Resources
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Department of Animal Husbandry Dairying, Haryana
Vision
  • To achieve growth rate more than 10
  • in this sector
  • To increase individual animal productivity
  • Murrah to be the Animal of 21st century
  • Global export of Murrah Germplasm as a Triple
    purpose animal

DEPARTMENT OF ANIMAL HUSBANDRY DAIRYING, HARYANA
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Department of Animal Husbandry Dairying, Haryana
Strategy
  • Quality Breeding services
  • Veterinary Health - as per OIE guidelines
  • Feed and fodder production
  • Human Resources Development
  • Publicity Extension

DEPARTMENT OF ANIMAL HUSBANDRY DAIRYING, HARYANA
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16. Progress of Agricultural Credit Disbursement
(Rs. In crores)
  • Achievement of Kharif 2008 were very poor due to
    vitiated recovery atmosphere
  • Rate of interest on crop loan reduced from 10
    to 7 per annum with effect from 1.4.2006.
  • NABARD is the main source of refinance for crop
    loan.
  • Increased refinance rate of NABARD to 4 during
    2009-10 squeezed the margin of coop. Bank
  • Need to reduce the NABARD refinance rate to
    atleast 2.50 for economic viability of Coop.
    Banks.

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