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Title: National Horticulture Mission


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National Horticulture Mission
Rajasthan Horticulture Development Society
Directorate of Horticulture, Krishi Bhawan,
Jaipur
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Comments on the observation made by GOI
Rajasthan
Original plan Rs 8054.77 lac Revised plan Rs
8054.77 lac
Production components reduced PHM
increased
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Rajasthan
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Rajasthan
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Rajasthan
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Issues
  • Decentralization of sanctioning authority
  • Inter component diversions
  • Certification in organic farming Certification
    cannot exclude field crops
  • Delinking small programmes from credit
    vegetable seed production, small nurseries
  • Relaxing the condition of credit linkage for
    public undertaking initiatives in marketing
    infrastructure development
  • Enhancing the cost ceiling of Pack house from
    2.50 to 20 lakh and Apni mandies / Direct market
    and functional Infrastructure from 15 to 60 lakh
  • Extending the coverage of model nurseries,
    creation of water resources, IPM, Plant health
    clinic, organic farming, Bee-keeping etc.
    (non-area expansion activities, other than new
    gardens) in NON-NHM districts
  • Inclusion Focus on indigenous fruit crops
    suitable in harsh climate of Rajasthan to meet
    with domestic requirement

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National Horticulture Mission
Rajasthan Horticulture Development Society
Directorate of Horticulture, Krishi Bhawan,
Jaipur
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Proposed New Districts along with already
approved district under NHM
Approved districts of the year 2006-07
New districts purposed from the year 2007-08
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Priority Inclusion of new districts
  • Cluster Jodhpur, Pali, Jalore, Barmer,
    Nagaur
  • Sirohi (1st
    priority),
  • Cluster Banswara, Chittorgarh, Udaipur
    (2nd ),
  • Bhilwara (3rd)
  • Cluster Jaipur, Ajmer, Alwar, Tonk,
    Jhunjhunu (4th)
  • Sikar (5th),
  • Cluster Ganganagar, Bikaner (6th),
    Hanumangarh (8th)
  • Cluster Kota, Baran, Jhalawar, Bundi (7th)
  • S.Madhopur,
    Karauli

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Extension of clusters Need ?
  • Very similar agro climatic conditions to already
    selected districts
  • Enormous potential for cultivation of large
    number of arid subtropical horticultural crops
  • Rapidly depleting ground water - Limiting the
    choice of crops
  • Frequent drought conditions- requires drought
    proofing through plantation
  • Enormous scope for organic cultivation especially
    seed spices

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The status of fertility, problematic soils and
annual normal rainfall
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Soil and water characteristics of the proposed
districts
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Sirohi
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Udaipur
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Bhilwara
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Jhunjunu
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Sikar
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Bikaner
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Bundi
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H.Garh
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Horticulture
Present Scenario
Departmental estimates
Fluctuations in area prod. due to frequent
drought conditions, We want to bring stability
through rain water harvesting based fruit
plantations having drought proofing power
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Market linkages Food Parks
  • Four food parks in the state
  • Ranpur at Kota
  • Boranda at Jodhpur
  • Udhyog Vihar at GNG
  • Alwar (under process)
  • product focus
  • Kota
  • Coriander, Fenugreek, Mandarin, Aonla, Garlic,
    Potatoes, Tomato,
  • Jodhpur
  • Cumin, Chilli, Garlic, Onion, Ber, Pomegranate,
    Aonla, Sonamukhi, Mehandi, Isabgol
  • Sriganganagar
  • Kinnow, Orange, Aromatic grass
  • Alwar
  • Chilli, citrus Aonla, Capsicum

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Market linkages
  • Two AEZs
  • 19 commodity specific markets

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Physical progress made during 2006-07 including
the balance programme of 2005-06 for which funds
were released
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Planting material from existing nurseries
demand
Plants Lac Nos
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Development of Nurseries
1. Public Sector
Lac Rs.
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Lac Rs.
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Establishment of new gardens- Fruits
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Establishment of new gardens- Flowers
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Establishment of new gardens- Spices
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Establishment of new gardens- M.A. Plants
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Rejuvenation of senile plantation
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Creation of water resources
  • Rajasthan has 10.5 of the countrys area
  • Supports 5.5 of human population
  • 10 of its cattle
  • But has only 1 of the country's surface water
  • Absence of perennial river ( except Chambal
    Mahi )
  • 30 of the cultivated area under irrigation
  • 65 irrigation dependent on ground water
  • 70 area is irrigated by wells tube wells, 27
    by canals
  • Irrigation efficiency low 25-30 percent
  • Ground water table going down

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  • Over exploiting ground water in almost all
    blocks of the state
  • Safe- 32
  • Semi critical- 14
  • Critical- 50
  • Over exploited 140 dark zones
  • All 32 districts are endemic to fluoride
    problem
  • 25 districts are affected by salinity
  • Underground water quality is deteriorating
    (19in 1991 to 25 in 2003
  • Most of the soils are loamy fine to coarse
    sands, productive under irrigated
  • situations with adequate fertilizers

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Rapidly depleting ground Water- A major concern
Total 237 blocks, Over exploited 140 (Dark
zones), Rest critical
Safe
Critical
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Creation of Water Resources- District wise
targets
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Protected cultivation
  • State government made provision of additional
    subsidy for green house construction. Now subsidy
    available for green house in the State is
  • 75 for SF/MF farmers instead of 50 under NHM
  • 50 for other farmers instead of 33 under NHM

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Protected cultivation- District wise targets
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Protected cultivation
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Promotion of INM/IPM
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Promotion of IPM District wise targets
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Organic Farming
  • Strength
  • Capitalize on the naturally growing organic
    produce
  • Linked with Internal Control System
    Certification
  • Began in 2005-06 466 ha area 825 ha in
    2006-07

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HRD including horticulture institute
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Pollination support through Bee-Keeping
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Technology dissemination through Front line
demonstration
  • To conduct front line demonstrations - RD,
    Training and Demonstration Centre at State Farm
    Bassi (Jaipur)
  • Demonstration of Hi-tech horticulture practices
    for flowers,
  • fruits, vegetables in open fields Green
    house cultivation
  • Demonstrative unit - primary processing PHM
  • of perishables
  • FIG to involve local people in RD and
    dissemination
  • of Technology
  • Technology dissemination training
  • Rs.1184.43 lac Collaborators Rajasthan
    State Agriculture Marketing Board,
  • SAUs, Israeli Experts,
    Deptt.

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Post Harvest Management
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Technical support group
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New innovative programme 1. Horticulture
equipment/ Implements
  • PP equipments-
  • To control the insect pest, Modern PP
    equipments are to be provided to the farmers on
    subsidized rates in coriander, cumin, fennel and
    chilli growing areas
  • Equipments- Backpack sprayer, Power sprayer,
    Foot sprayer, Tractor/trolley mounted power
    sprayer
  • Horticulture implements-
  • For training, pruning and removing of
    unwanted growth financial assistance is proposed
    on horticulture implements/ tools
  • The assistance will be given _at_ 50 of total cost
    of equipment/
  • Small Tractor / tools subject to ceiling
    of Rs. 10000/- per
  • beneficiary.
  • During the year 2007-08, a financial provision of
    Rs. 25.00 lacs has been kept for
  • distribution of equipments/ tools.

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2. Distribution of Drying Spices Sheets
  • Due to threshing of spices in unhygienic
    conditions many times heavy losses occurs and
    quality of the produce also gets spoiled and
    farmers could not get attractive prices in
    domestic as well as international market
  • Being a leading producer in coriander, cumin
    fenugreek, Rajasthan contributes more than 50 of
    national production of seed spices
  • Distribution of plastic sheets for drying/
    threshing of seed spices rather than to dry on
    ground may help in getting remunerative prices

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Spices Sheets- Specifications
  • Technical specifications for drying spices
    sheets
  • Five layered polythene sheet (6X8 meter),
  • 250 GSM (gram per square meter),
  • Color-Black
  • Both sides coated specially with reinforced
    HDPE fabric heavy duty 5 layers
  • rigged with tear resistance strength,
  • Heat sealed edge reinforced with rope and humid
    with minimum 25 mm
  • overlap fitted with eyelets 120 cm apart all
    round out to sizes
  • Financial assistance proposed
  • 50 of cost limited to Rs. 1000/- per sheet
    (6x8 mtr)
  • Maximum assistance admissible per beneficiary
    will be Rs. 5000.
  • For distribution of drying spices sheets and
    construction of cemented drying yards, a sum of
    Rs. 50.00 lacs is proposed for the year 2007-08.

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