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Title: National Conference on Agriculture for Rabi Campaign


1
National Conference on Agriculture for Rabi
Campaign 2009
on 24th 25th September,09 at Pusa Complex, New
Delhi
Govt. of West Bengal Department of Agriculture
2
WEST BENGAL AN OVERVIEW
  • Population (2001 census)
    8,02,21,171
  • Population Density 903/
    Sq. Km.
  • Nos. of Agricultural Districts
    18
  • Nos. of Mouza / Village
    40782
  • Geographical Area 88752
    sq. Km.
  • Agro-Climatic Zones 6
    Nos.
  • Gross Cropped Area
    9510423 ha
  • Cultivable Area 5686639
    ha
  • Net Area Sown 5354196
    ha
  • Irrigated Area
    62 of Net Cropped Area
  • Total Nos. of Agricultural holdings
    6953922 Nos
  • Size of average Land Holding
    0.82 ha / Holding
  • Cropping Intensity (Provisional, 2008) 184
    (Provisional)
  • Total Food Grains Production (2007-2008)
    160.61 Lakh MT
  • Total Food Grains Production (2008-2009)
    170.19 Lakh MT (Provisional)

3
AGRO-CLIMATIC ZONES
1. Northern Hill (29.1K sq.Km) (Darjeeling and
Jalpaiguri) 2. Terai Teesta Flood plain (12K
sq.Km) (Coochbehar, Jalpaiguri and Uttar
Dianjpur) 3. Gangetic Flood plain (16.3K
sq.Km) (Dakhin Dinajpur, Malda, Nadia,Uttar
Dinajpur, Burdwan, Murshidabad, North 24
Parganas, South 24 Parganas, Howrah, Hooghly, and
Birbhum) 4. Undulating Lateritic (23.8k
sq.Km) (Purulia,Burdwan, Birbhum, Bankura and
West Midnapur) 5. Vindhyan Old Flood plain
(17.9K sq.Km) (Murshidabad, Howrah, Hooghly,
Burdwan and Birbhum, West East Midnapur) 6.
Coastal Flood plain (12.8K sq.Km) (North 24
Parganas, South 24 Parganas, Howrah, East
Midnapur)

4
Rainfall Analysis (mm)
JUNE 2009 JUNE 2009 JUNE 2009 JULY 2009 JULY 2009 JULY 2009 AUGUST 2009 AUGUST 2009 AUGUST 2009 SEPTEMBER 2009 (up to 14th) SEPTEMBER 2009 (up to 14th)
Normal Actual DEP. Normal Actual DEP. Normal Actual DEP. Normal Actual
Sub Himalayan West Bengal 454 343 - 24 635 470 - 26 458 545 19 91 32
Gangetic West Bengal 256 73 - 71 318 257 - 19 311 319 3 69 136
West Bengal 322 163 - 49 424 328 - 23 360 394 9 102 76
4
5
West Bengal Placing Issues in Perspective
  • Has 8 of Indias population with 2.7 of the
    total area
  • Marginal and small farmers constitute 95 of the
    5.7 mn farmers (2001 census)
  • Agriculture contributes nearly Rs 40,000 crore
    (20) to the NSDP per annum
  • Kisan Credit Cards 2.2 mn
  • Farm workers exceed farmers (7.3mn)
  • Population Density (903 per Km) puts tremendous
    pressure on land

6
KHARIF ASSESSMENT 2009
AArea in 000 ha, P Production in 000mt, Y
Yield in Kg/ha
Crops 3rd Advanced Estimates 2008-2009 3rd Advanced Estimates 2008-2009 3rd Advanced Estimates 2008-2009 1st Estimate 2009-2010 1st Estimate 2009-2010 1st Estimate 2009-2010
Crops A P Y A P Y
Kharif Rice 4379.034 10725.00 2449 4093.395 9967.416 2435
Maize 37.00 98.00 2649 40.00 102.00 2550
Small Millets 3.00 2.25 750 2.80 2.12 757
Pulses 50.246 38.941 775 59.80 54.60 913
Food Grains 4491.28 10886.816 2424 4159.995 10126.136 2434
Oilseeds 9.00 7.325 814 8.85 7.08 800
Jute 584.234 7872.588 (000 bales) 13.47 (bales) 492.58 6575.943 (000 bales) 13.35 (bales)
Mesta 7.908 85.00 (000 bales) 10.75 (bales) 6.95 68.4575 (000 bales) 9.85 (bales)
7
RABI PLANNING - 2009
AArea in 000 ha, P Production in 000mt, Y
Yield in Kg/ha
Crops 3RD Advanced Estimates RABI 2008-2009 3RD Advanced Estimates RABI 2008-2009 3RD Advanced Estimates RABI 2008-2009 RABI PLANNING 2009 RABI PLANNING 2009 RABI PLANNING 2009
Crops A P Y A P Y
Summer Rice 1500.00 4875.00 3250 1500.00 4950.00 3300
Wheat 375.00 975.00 2600 425.00 1115.625 2625
Maize 50.00 200.00 4000 55.00 220.00 4000
Small Millets 2.00 2.406 1203 2.00 2.406 1203
Pulses 180.00 150.00 833 240.00 204.00 850
Food Grains 2107.00 6202.406 2943 2222.00 6492.031 2921
Oilseeds 735.00 740.385 1007 800.00 805.60 1007
Potato 360.00 5940.00 16500 370.00 8880.00 24000
Sugarcane 20.00 1600.00 80000 20.00 1600.00 80000
8
West Bengal Agriculture significant milestones
  • Tenancy Reforms Operation Barga
  • Boro Rice Cultivation with PRI initiative
  • Self sufficiency in Rice (1st position in India)
  • First position in Vegetables
  • Second position in Potato
  • Third in Flowers and seventh in Fruits
  • Cropping intensity of 184 as against the
    national average of 135

9
The Challenge !
  • Food Security is good, but Farming must yield
    enhanced incomes Crop Diversification, including
    Horticulture
  • Rising Input costs, Lowering of water table and
    soil stress LEISA Low External Inputs
    sustainable agriculture
  • Missing markets Strengthening rural
    infrastructure to ensure Price Discovery

10
The Opportunity
  • Focus on Agriculture and Allied Sectors
  • RKVY capitalizing agriculture
  • ATMA Extension Reforms and Market Linkages
  • NHM Focus on Horticulture and industry linkages
  • NFSM Food security by enhancing production of
    rice, wheat, oilseeds and pulses
  • Financial Inclusion Injection of liquidity into
    the system
  • Fertilizer Subsidy To keep input prices within
    the manageable domain

11
West Bengal Agriculture Recent Initiatives by
State Government
  • Task Force of Secretaries on West Bengal State
    Agriculture Commission
  • Secondary Freight subsidy for fertilizer Mobility
    SWAN connectivity for ADOs
  • Extension services through Jeebika Sahayaks
    (Livelihood Associates)
  • Agriculture Related services through NeGP and
    Agrisnet
  • Training Programme for the Fertilizer dealers
    and retailers in association with FAI

12
Growing Beyond 4
  • Empowerment of the Agriculture Department
  • Seed Production
  • Agriculture Infrastructure
  • Knowledge Driven Agriculture
  • Organic Farming
  • Focus on marginal Farmers
  • New crops maize, sunflower, cotton and exotic
    vegetables

13
Fund Available vis-a-vis Fund Utilized -
NFSM 2008-2009
(Rs. in Lakh)
Component Fund Available 2008-2009 Fund Utilized 2008-2009 Unspent Balance as on 01.04.2009 Remarks
NFSM-RICE 4632.85 2721.13186 1911.71814 -
NFSM-WHEAT 99.99 145.83013 (-) 45.84013 (Fund to be required) 45.84013 may be allotted
NFSM-PULSE 1300.534 659.99697 640.53703 -
Total 6033.374 3526.95896 2552.25517 -

LOCAL INITATIVES 603.00 326.36056 276.63944 -
MEDIA PUBLICITY 77.3615 26.34142 51.02008 -
14
Financial Target under NFSM during 2009- 2010
(Rs. in Lakh)
Sl. No. Crops Target
1 NFSM - Rice 7041.96
2 NFSM Wheat 703.25
3 NFSM - Pulses 1919.066
Total Total 9664.276
4 Local Initiatives
a) Rice 160.00
b) Wheat 80.00
c) Pulses 100.00
Total Total 340.00
Grand Total Grand Total 10004.276
15
Administrative Approval for NFSM during 2009-2010
(Rs. in Crores)
Component Administrative Approval vide No. 20-1/2009-NFSM(CA-V) dated 19.05.2009 Allocation of Fund Remarks
NFSM-Rice 54.681 Nil Fund may kindly be released at the earliest
NFSM-Wheat 4.782 Nil Fund may kindly be released at the earliest
NFSM-Pulses 12.336 Nil Fund may kindly be released at the earliest
Publicity 0.490 Nil Fund may kindly be released at the earliest
Total 72.289 Nil Fund may kindly be released at the earliest
16
Physical Financial Progress 2009-2010 (as on
15th Sept., 2009) NFSM-
Rice
(Rs. in Lakh)
Sl No Interventions Approved Rate of Assistance Units Target for 2009-2010 Target for 2009-2010 Progress upto 15th September Progress upto 15th September
Sl No Interventions Approved Rate of Assistance Units Phy. Fin Phy. Fin
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 Demonstrations on improved package of practices ( 1 D.C. 0.4 ha at every 100 ha of Rice area) Rs. 2500/ per D.C. Nos 9304 232.60 4000 100.00
2 Demonstrations on SRI (One D.C. of 0.4 ha at every 100 ha area of Rice) Rs. 3000/ per D.C Nos 3000 90.00 768 23.04
3 Demonstrations on Hybrid Rice Tech. (one D.C. of 0.4 ha at every 100 ha of Rice) Rs. 3000/ per D.C Nos 884 26.52 290 8.70
4 Support for promotional of Hybrid Rice Seed a) Assistance for production of Hybrid Rice Seed Rs. 1000/ per qtl Qtl 9000 90.00 To implement during Rabi To implement during Rabi
4 b) Assistance for distribution of Hybrid Rice Seed Rs. 2000/ per qtl. Qtl 20000 400.00 To implement during Rabi To implement during Rabi
5 Assistance for distribution of HYVs Rice Seed s Rs. 500/ per qtl Qtl 355000 1775.00 8338 41.69
6 Seed Minikits of HYVs of Rice (5 kg each) Full cost Nos 53041 - 59,455 -
7 Incentive for Micro-Nutrients Rs. 500/ per ha Ha 200000 1000.00 1,22,500 612.50
8 Incentive for Liming in acidic soils Rs. 500/ per ha Ha 170000 850.00 65,000 325.00
9 Incentive for Conoweeder Other farm implements Rs. 3000/ per farmer per implement Nos 12500 375.00 2080 62.40
10 Incentive zero Till Seed Drills Rs. 15000/ per Machine Nos 1000 150.00 To implement during Rabi To implement during Rabi
11 Incentive on Multi-crop Planters Rs. 15000/ per Machine Nos 625 93.75 To implement during Rabi To implement during Rabi
12 Incentive on Seed Drills Rs. 15000/ per Machine Nos 625 93.75 85 12.75
13 Incentive on Rotavators Rs. 30000/ per Machine Nos 300 90.00 To implement during Rabi To implement during Rabi
14 Incentive on Pump Sets Rs. 10000/ per Machine Nos 3000 300.00 1800 180.00
15 Incentive on Power Weeders Rs. 15000/ per Machine Nos 625 93.75 To implement during Rabi To implement during Rabi
16 Incentive on Knap Sack Sprayers Rs. 3000/ per Machine Nos 15000 450.00 2370 71.10
17 Assistance for Plant protection Chemical bio-agents. Rs. 500/ per ha Ha 145168 725.84 43,000 165.00
18 Farmers Trainings Rs.17000/ per Training Nos 800 136.00 406 69.02
19 Award for best Performing Districts Rs. 5.00 lakh per year Nos 1 5.00 - -
20 Misc. Expenses a) Project Management team other Misc. expenses at District level Rs. 6.36 lakh per District No. of Dist. 8 50.88 - 10.50
20 b) Project Management team other Misc. expenses at State Level Rs. 13.87 lakh per State 1 13.87 - 6.23
21 Local Initiatives(Activity-wise) - 160.00 -
TOTAL FINANCIAL TARGET TOTAL FINANCIAL TARGET 7201.96 1687.93
17
Physical Financial Progress 2009-2010 (as on
15th Sept., 2009) NFSM-
Pulses
(Rs. in Lakh)
Sl No Interventions Approved Rate of Assistance Units Target for 2009-2010 Target for 2009-2010 Progress upto 15th Sept. Progress upto 15th Sept.
Sl No Interventions Approved Rate of Assistance Units Phy. Fin Phy. Fin
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 a) Purchase of Breeder seed of Pulses from ICAR Actual cost Qtl 400 20.936 - -
1 b) Production of Foundation seeds Rs 1000/ per Qtl Qtl 8000 80.00 To implement during Rabi To implement during Rabi
1 c) Production of Certified seeds Rs 1000/ per Qtl Qtl 6600 66.00 To implement during Rabi To implement during Rabi
1 d) Distribution of Certified seeds Rs 1200/ per Qtl Qtl 25000 300.00 850 10.20
1 e) Strengthening of Seed Certification Agency Rs. 25.00 lakh per year 1 25.00 - -
2 Integrated Nutrient Management a) Lime / Gypsum Rs 750/ per ha Ha 20000 150.00 To implement during Rabi To implement during Rabi
2 b) Micro-Nutrients Rs 500/ per ha Ha 20000 100.00 3400 17.00
3 Integrated Pest Management(IPM) Rs 750/ per ha Ha 30000 225.00 5100 38.25
4 Distribution of Sprinkler Sets Rs 7500/ per ha Ha 0 0 - -
5 Distribution of Zero Till Seed Drills Rs 15000/ per Machine Nos 300 45.00 To implement during Rabi To implement during Rabi
6 Incentive on Muti-crop Planters Rs 15000/ per Machine Nos 1000 150.00 To implement during Rabi To implement during Rabi
7 Incentive on Seed Drills Rs 15000/ per Machine Nos 580 87.00 To implement during Rabi To implement during Rabi
8 Distribution of Rotavators Rs 30000/ per Machine Nos 200 60.00 To implement during Rabi To implement during Rabi
9 Incentive for Diesel Pump Sets Rs 10000/ per Machine Nos 3000 300.00 400 40.00
10 Incentive on Knap Sack Sprayers Rs 3000/ per Machine Nos 8600 258.00 1200 36.00
11 (i) Training on pattern of FFS Rs 17000/ per trg. Nos 150 25.50 32 5.44
11 (ii) State Level Trainings for Trainers Rs. 1.00 lakh per trg. Nos 2 2.00 Training scheduled in October Training scheduled in October
11 (iii) Award for best performing district Rs. 5.00 lakh / district No. 1 5.00 - -
13 Misc. Expenses relating to PMT including contractual services, POL other expenses a) Project Management team other Misc. expenses at District level Rs. 4.47 lakh per district No. of Dist 5 18.63 - 7.64
13 b) Project Management team other Misc. expenses at State Level Rs. 6.28 lakh per State No. of State 1 1.00 - 0.26
Local Initiatives (Activity-wise) - 100.00 - -
TOTAL FINANCIAL TARGET TOTAL FINANCIAL TARGET - - - 2019.066 - 154.79
18
APPROVED STATE ACTION PLAN FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF
NATIONAL FOOD SECURITY MISSION WHEAT DURING
2009-2010
(Rs. in Lakh)
Sl No Interventions Approved Rate of Assistance Units Tentative Targets worked out by GOI Tentative Targets worked out by GOI
Sl No Interventions Approved Rate of Assistance Units Phy. Fin
1 2 3 4 5 6
1 Demonstrations on improved package of practices ( 1 D.C. 0.4 ha at every 50 ha of Wheat area) Rs. 2000/ per D.C. Nos 407 8.14
2 Increase in Seed Replacement ratio ( Seed Distribution) Rs. 500/ per Qtl Qtl 30000 150.00
3 Distribution of Seed Minikits of HYVs of Wheat (10 kg each) Full Cost Nos - -
4 Incentive for Micronutrients Rs. 500/ per ha or in proportion to Gypsum Ha 50000 250.00
5 Assistance for Gypsum (Salt affected soils) Rs. 500/ per ha or in proportion to Micro -nutrient Ha 8082 40.41
6 Distribution of Zero Till Seed Drills Rs. 15000/ per Machine Nos 200 30.00
7 Distribution of Rotavators Rs. 30000/ per Machine Nos 200 60.00
8 Incentive on Multi -crop Planters Rs. 15000/ per Machine Nos 150 22.50
9 Incentive on Seed Drills Rs. 15000/ per Machine Nos 300 45.00
10 Incentive for sprinkler sets Rs. 7500/ per Machine Ha 0 0.00
11 Incentive on Knap Sack Sprayers Rs. 3000/ per Machine Nos 500 15.00
12 Incentive for Diesel Pump Sets Rs. 10000/ per Machine Nos 500 50.00
13 Farmers Trainings Rs.17000/ per Training Nos 25 4.25
14 Award for best Performing Districts Rs. 5.00 lakh per year Nos 1 5.00
15 Misc. Expenses a) Project Management team other Misc. expenses at District level Rs. 6.36 lakh per District No. of Dist 4 14.36
15 b) Project Management team other Misc. expenses at State Level Rs. 13.87 lakh per State 1 8.59
16 Local Initiatives (Activity-wise) - 80.00
TOTAL FINANCIAL TARGET TOTAL FINANCIAL TARGET 783.25
19
RKVY holistic approach for agri-allied
development
  • Involvement of Nine(9) Agri. Allied
    Departments
  • Participation of SAUs
  • Focus on SHGs Co-ops.
  • Income Generation
  • Institutional Capacity Building of Agri.
    Allied Departments
  • Technology up-gradation
  • Seed Production Strategy
  • Augmentation of Water Resources Availability
  • Extension Services Working Together

20
High lights of Sectoral Share of RKVY during 2008
- 2009
Sl. No. SECTOR Stream I (Rs. InLakh) Stream II (Rs. InLakh) Total (Rs. In Lakh) Sectora Share ()
1 Agriculture Department 3338.4275 996.504 4334.9315 29.4
2 Animal Resources Development 3217.8049 187.540 3405.3449 23.1
3 FPI Horticulture 1155.0340 28.940 1183.974 8.0
4 Co-operation 1087.4800 - 1087.4800 7.4
5 Agri. Marketing 955.0000 142.000 1097.000 7.4
6 Fisheries 923.1620 200.800 1123.962 7.6
7 Water Resources Development 734.2900 309.190 1043.480 7.1
8 Panchayat Rural Development 285.0000 126.000 411.000 2.8
9 Forest (Soil Water Conservation only) 192.4100 285.000 477.410 3.2
10 SAU - 74.450 74.450 0.5
11 Agril. / P RD / SAU - 170.000 170.000 1.1
12 Fishery / Minor irrigation - 350.000 350.000 2.4
Total 11888.6084 2870.4240 14759.0324 100
Rupees one hundred forty seven crore fifty nine
lakh three thousand two hundred forty only
21
Addressing the below average productivity blocks
through RKVY
Total Blocks 341 Total GPs 3354 Total
Villages 40798 Backward Villages
4612 Backward Villages 11.30
Map showing blocks with concentration of
backward villages lower productivity in
Agriculture (172 blocks)
22
Implementation of RKVY at District Level action
points
  • Preparation of C-DAP for 2009-2010 onwards
  • RKVY implementation cell at District Level
  • RKVY implementation committee headed District
  • Magistrate
  • Formation of RKVY cell by each Stake Holder
  • Department
  • Liaison with agri-allied sectors as Nodal
    Department
  • Documentation of RKVY projects
  • Maintenance of schematic records for audit
    purpose
  • Timely implementation of all plan schemes

23
RKVY in WEST BENGAL - 2008-09
  • Proposed allocation of fund by GOI Rs. 147.38
    crore
  • Plan proposal submitted for SLSC approval Rs.
    147.59 crore
  • Stream I project Rs. 119.223 crore
  • Stream II project Rs. 28.367 crore

RKVY in WEST BENGAL - 2009-10
  • Proposed allocation of fund by GOI Rs. 147.38
    crore
  • Plan proposal submitted for SLSC approval Rs.
    166.55 crore
  • Stream I project Rs. 112.86127 crore
  • Stream II project Rs. 33.04493 crore

24
Approved Sectoral Outlay of fund under RKVY
during 2009-2010
Sl. No. SECTOR Stream I (Rs. InLakh) Stream II (Rs. InLakh) Total (Rs. In Lakh) Sectora Share ()
1 Agriculture Department 3804.011 1462.890 5266.901 35.74
2 Animal Resources Development 3118.276 499.193 3617.469 24.55
3 FPI Horticulture 755.440 357.500 1112.940 7.55
4 Co-operation 1028.000 300.00 1328.000 9.01
5 Agri. Marketing 745.000 376.000 1121.000 7.61
6 Fisheries 825.400 308.910 1134.310 7.70
7 Panchayat Rural Development 533.000 - 533.000 3.61
8 Forest (Soil Water Conservation only) 477.000 - 477.000 3.23
9 Administrative Cost for the Nodal Deptt. - - 147.380 1
Total 11286.127 3304.493 14738.000 100
Rupees one hundred forty seven crore thirty eight
lakh only
25
RKVY - Stream I II Projects 2009 10
Sectoral Share
3.23
3.61
9.01
35.74
7.61
7.55
7.70
24.55
26
Improving the absorptive capacity of the Marginal
Small Farmers
  • Focus on SHGs Co-ops
  • Income Generation
  • Institutional Capacity Building of Agril
    Allied Departments
  • Strategy for Production Productivity
    Enhancement of Agril Allied Sectors
  • Technology Up-gradation
  • Seed Production Strategy
  • Extension Services and working together
  • Integrated Farming approach demos. through
    KVKs, Govt. Agril. Farms
  • CADC Farms
  • Strengthening Research Extension linkage
    emphasis on Agri. Research
  • Projects

27
Sectoral Highlights Agriculture Department
(2009-10)
Varietal replacement (28 Nos. of new Varieties) Integrated farming (17 Nos. one in each District 4 KVKs) Establishment of Seed Bank (6 Nos. in selected District) Introduction Popularization of combine harvester (4Nos.) Hybrid Paddy Maize Seed Production (405 acres) Subsidy for power Reaper (118 Nos.) Green manuring Seed production through SHGs (24500 Nos.) Agri. Research projects on - Climate change vis-à-vis development of appropriate crop varieties. Screening low arsenic genotypes
28
Sectoral Highlights Animal Resources
Development (2009-10)
Establishment Bio-safety Laboratory (1 Nos.) Development of Pig breeding unit (29 Nos.) Establishment of bulk milk cooler unit (5 Nos.) Establishment of milk collection unit (150 Nos.) Livestock insurance support to poor farmers (10,000 farmers) Community development programme for physically deformed Leprosy patients (One at Bankura)
29
Sectoral Highlights Fisheries Department
(2009-10)
Construction of Block level laboratory, training centre, communication information technology centre Brood stock management in selected progressive hatcheries Maintenance management of Large water bodies Research work for fisheries research station Up-gradation of fish technology station Up-gradation of training centre Renovation reconstruction of model fish farm
30
Sectoral Highlights FPI Horticulture
Department (2009-10)
Establishment of modern flower vegetable market Construction of green house Cashew nut processing unit Construction of Drip irrigation system Tissue Culture Laboratory Seed production of vegetable seeds Establish of mini cold storage
31
Sectoral Highlights Agri. Marketing Department
(2009-10)
Construction of Go-down Development of Rural Primary Market Construction of Auction Platform Construction of Shops Stalls Development of Regulated Market
32
Sectoral Highlights P RD Department (2009-10)
Formation of Seed Village Establishment of Progeny orchards Rain Water Harvesting Micro- irrigation system Establishment of Seed Processing units
33
Sectoral Highlights Co-operation Department
(2009-10)
Construction of Rural Go-down by PACS Agro processing unit with SHGs Establishment of soil testing laboratory Establishment of Customs Hiring units Establishment of Bio-fertilizer production unit
34
Sectoral Highlights Forest Department (2009-10)
Soil conservation works for the fragile ecosystem River training works to prevent damage to the agricultural field Scheme on Afforestation Creation of Plantation
35
Status of formulation of C-DAPs, District-wise
Sl. No. District Status of formulation of C-DAPs Remarks
1 Coochbehar AFC is preparing the C-DAP for the district Draft Submitted.
2 Jalpaiguri NABARD has been entrusted to prepare C-DAP by Planning Commission, Govt. of India Draft Submitted.
3 Siliguri Mahakuma Parishad NABARD has been entrusted to prepare C-DAP as this sub-division is under the Administrative control of PAO, Jalpaiguri Draft Submitted.
4 Dakshin Dinajpur AFC is preparing the C-DAP for the district Draft Submitted.
5 Uttar Dinajpur AFC is preparing the C-DAP for the district Draft submitted.
6 Malda NABARD has been entrusted to prepare C-DAP Draft Submitted.
7 Murshidabad NABARD has been entrusted to prepare C-DAP Draft Submitted.
8 Nadia AFC is preparing the C-DAP for the district Draft submitted.
9 North 24- Parganas AFC is preparing the C-DAP for the district Draft Submitted.
10 South 24-Parganas AFC has been entrusted to prepare C-DAP Draft Submitted.
Condt.
36
Sl. No District Status of formulation of C-DAPs Remarks
11 Howrah AFC has been entrusted to prepare C-DAP. Draft submitted.
12 Hooghly NABARD has been entrusted to prepare C-DAP. Draft yet to Submit.
13 Burdwan AFC has been entrusted to prepare C-DAP. Draft submitted.
14 Birbhum AFC has been entrusted to prepare C-DAP. Draft yet to Submit.
15 Bankura PRADAN has been entrusted to prepare C-DAP by Planning Commission, Govt. of India. Draft submitted.
16 Purulia AFC has been entrusted to prepare C-DAP. Draft submitted.
17 Pashcim Midnapur NABARD has been entrusted to prepare C-DAP. Draft submitted.
18 Purba Midnapur MANAGE has been entrusted to prepare C-DAP by Planning Commission, Govt. of India. MAMAGE refused, NABARD has been offered. Draft yet to Submit.
19 Darjeeling Gorkha Hill Council Administrative inconvenience in preparing C-DAP. Administrative inconvenience.
Two nos. of draft C-DAPs (Howrah Coochbehar)
has been handed over to AERC, Santinikatan for
necessary evaluation.
37
Strengthening of Extension Machinery at State
Level
SUPPORT TO STATE EXTENSION PROGRAMMES FOR
EXTENSION REFORMS (ATMA)
  • (Rs. In Lakh)

Financial Year Opening Balance Financial allocation Release of fund Release of fund Total Expenditure Closing Balance
Financial Year Opening Balance Financial allocation GOI Share State Share Total Expenditure Closing Balance
2008-09 94.14373 2731.40 1815.2700 50.56610 1959.97983 1817.57973 142.40010
2009-10 142.40010 2449.92 Nil Nil 142.40010 7.40 -
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SUPPORT TO STATE EXTENSION PROGRAMMES FOR
EXTENSION REFORMS
  • Cumulative major private sector initiatives taken
    in providing extension services to the farmers -
  • No. of Farmers Organization developed 65 nos.
  • No. of Farmer Interest Group formed 560 nos.
  • No. of Commodity Organization formed 60 nos.
  • No. of NGO attached with the Extension system
    130 nos.
  • No. of Agri-preneures Agribusiness formed 35
    nos.
  • No. of Agro Service Centre motivated 25 nos.
  • No. of P-P-P collaboration establishment 55 no.
  • Status of SEWP (09-10 ) (10-11) - submitted

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CENTRAL FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE ANTICIPATED
ACHIEVEMENT - 2008 2009 TARGET 2009-2010
(Rs. In Lakh)
Sl. No Name of Schemes ANTICIPATED FINANCIAL ACHIEVEMENT 2008 2009 FINANCIAL TARGET 2009-2010
1 R.K.V.Y 14738.000 14738.00
2 FOOD SECURITY MISSION (Rice, Wheat , Pluses including local initiatives and Media Publicity) 3957.597 5800.00
3 MACRO MODE WORK PLAN 4851.00 6589.00
4 ISOPOM 1225.00 1700.00
5 MINI-MISSION (Jute) 335.85 642.00
6 MINI-MISSION (Cotton) 174.896 300.00
7 E.A.R.S.(Establishment of Agency for Reporting Agricultural Statistics) 320.00 400.00
8 Support to State Extension Programme for Extension Reforms 1817.580 2449.92
Total Total 27419.92 32618.92
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SEEDS
Requirement and Production 2008-2009 Target
2009-2010
In Qtls.
Crop 2008-2009 2008-2009 2008-2009 Target 2009-2010 Target 2009-2010 Target 2009-2010
Crop Requirement Production Deficit / Surplus () Requirement Production Deficit / Surplus ()
Paddy 29242500 29750000 () 1.75 29388700 30050000 () 2.0
Hybrid Paddy 3000 800 (-) 73.0 5000 2000 (-) 60.0
Maize 1600000 120000 (-) 92.0 1650000 200000 (-) 87.0
Jute 451400 260000 (-) 42.4 453700 277500 (-) 33.38
Pulses 718400 464500 (-) 35.0 729200 488600 (-) 33.0
Groundnut 500000 100000 (-) 80.0 540000 160000 (-) 70.0
Wheat 4500000 620000 (-) 86.0 4600000 700000 (-) 84.0
Potato 80000000 68050000 (-) 15.0 77140200 69255000 (-) 10.22
Mustard 340400 357500 () 4.78 347300 366000 () 5.10
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SEED REPLACEMENT DURING - 2008 -2009 TARGET
DURING 2009-2010
SL No8 CROP 2008-2009 () 2009-2010 ( )
1 Paddy 28 30
2 Maize 24 26
3 Wheat 39 40
4 Jute 73 75
5 Mung 32 34
6 Khesari 18 19
7 Lentil 26 27
8 Til 32 33
9 Mustard 38 39
10 Groundnut 37 38
11 Potato 25 26
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Share of different seed producing agencies of the
State during XI th Plan (Target)
Towards self sufficiency in seed production
  • WBSSC 20
  • Govt. Farm 10
  • Agril. University 10
  • Other Govt. Agencies 20
  • (CADC, KVK, Co-operative
  • Societies)
  • Seed Village, SHGs 10
  • Private 30

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MISSION OF SEED TESTING
  1. Evaluation of the seeds marketed and produced in
    the state.
  2. Advisory service for proper implementation of the
    SEED ACT66 in the state.
  3. Awareness creation among the farmers about the
    benefit in the use of quality seed.
  4. Reference laboratory for ascertaining Genetic
    Purity of seed through DNA finger printing
    technology.
  5. Formulation of Technology for maintaining proper
    vigour and viability of seed during storage at
    farmers end.

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SEED TESTING 2008-2009 TARGET FOR 2009-2010
SL No Type of Seed Number of Samples Analyzed 2008-09 Target (Number) 2009-2010
1 Service 3175 5500
2 Certified 12437 16500
3 Official 4388 8000
Total Total 20000 30000
FERTILIZER TESTING DURING 2008- 2009 TARGET
2009 - 2010
Achievement (Number) 2008-2009 Target (Number) 2009-2010 Non Standard (Number) (2008-2009)
3120 4500 235
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Way forward
  • Realistic projection of Requirement of
    Fertilizer.
  • Comprehensive Soil Testing preparation of Soil
    Map.
  • Promotion of Organic Bio-fertiliser as
    complimentary source of nutrition.
  • Massive Soil Health Restoration Programme.
  • All these are aimed at increasing Fertiliser
    Use Efficiency.

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CONSUMPTION OF FERTILIZERS KHARIF - 2008
REQUIREMENT - KHARIF - 2009
In Mt.
YEAR N P K TOTAL
2008 278053 179576 183375 641004
2009 (Requirement) 314650 207850 150850 673350
(Lakh Mt.)
USE OF BIO FERTILIZER MICRO NURIENT ORGANIC MANURE USE OF BIO FERTILIZER MICRO NURIENT ORGANIC MANURE USE OF BIO FERTILIZER MICRO NURIENT ORGANIC MANURE USE OF BIO FERTILIZER MICRO NURIENT ORGANIC MANURE
Year Bio Fertilizer Micro Nutrient Fertilizer Organic Manure
2007-08 6.90 188.26 102
2008-09 8.00 218.00 125
2009-10 (Target) 9.50 231.00 175
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A. Requirement and Availability of Fertilizer
during Rabi, 2009-10
Sl. No. Name of Fertilizer Potential Requirement (in MT) Approved by GOI (in MT)
1 Urea 8,00,000 8,00,000
2 DAP 2,86,000 2,60,000
3 MOP 2,65,000 2,65,000
4 NPK Complexes 4,75,000 4,40,000
5 SSP 2,90,000 2,90,000
6 A/Sulphate 10,000 10,000
Total 21,26,000 20,65,000
Honble Union MIC, Agriculture at the request of
the Honble MIC, Agriculture, WB in the meeting
at Delhi on 21st August, 2009 has agreed to
supply balance quantity of fertilizer to our
state against placement of firm indent.
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B. Status of Quality Control of Fertilizer
during 2008-09
No. of Lab. Annual Capacity Received Analyzed Found Non-Standard Remarks
3 nos. 4500 nos. 2880 nos. 2611 nos. 235 nos. Show cause and warning have been issued in all cases of non-standard fertilizers
Proposed target for 2009-10
4500 no. of samples.
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C. INM
Allocation of Fund Utilization of Fund
278.30 Lakh 172.59652 Lakh
  • NPMSF (National Project on Management of Soil
    Fertility)
  • Financial outlay during 2008-09 Rs. 163.75
    Lakh Work on progress
  • 2009-10

Proposed outlay recommended by PSMC Proposed outlay recommended by PSMC Remarks
Central Share (in Lakh) 669.50 Work is on progress
State Share (in Lakh) 31.50 Work is on progress
Beneficiary Share (in Lakh) 300.00 Work is on progress
TOTAL 1001.00 Work is on progress
D. Any other Issue DOF, GOI should continue
to bear the responsibility of ensuring and
monitoring of fertilizer at least for the current
year. The internal mechanism is being streamlined.
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PROGRESS OF SOIL TESTING DURING KHARIF 2008-2009
( Actual)
STL No. of Laboratories No. of Laboratories No. of Laboratories Capacity No. of Samples Analyzed Capacity Utilized ()
STL Static Mobile Total Capacity No. of Samples Analyzed Capacity Utilized ()
State Govt. 10 8 18 115000 38732 33.68
Other than State Govt. 35 - 35 105000 17900 17.1
Total 45 8 53 220000 56632 25.75
  • Additional STL
  • 2008-09 1 Static 7- Mobile
  • 2009-10 - 10 Static
  • To be establish

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BEST PRACTICES ADAPTED BY THE STATE
Best Practices adapted Benefits
Zero Tillage Machine (Rice Wheat Crop) 10 Higher Yield. Cost of Ploughing is saved Germination is uniform Less requirement of Seed Rate Less Water is required Early Crop Maturity
2. SRI (System of Rice Intensification) Higher yield (12 to 15) Lesser maturity duration less water is required
3. Drum Seeder Machine Sowing time is less Less Manpower Uniform plant population Nursery Cost is saved
4. Seed Treatment through MMA Control of Seed borne disease Cost effective
5. Awareness Sensitization through Electronic Media Development of Agri-Portal (Matir Katha) www.banglarkrishi.gov.in Broadcast of different messages on Agriculture through AIR
6. Popularization of Farm School concept Dissemination of latest Agril. technologies among the farmers
7. Organization of Kissan Mela Dissemination of latest Agril. technologies among the farmers
8. Development of Documentary Films Road Shows by Song Drama Division (NFSM) Dissemination of latest Agril. technologies among the farmers
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Training on Agriculture Farm School Organized
at ATC, Narendrapur
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Farm Mechanization
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Farm Mechanization
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Farm Mechanization
Paddy Transplanter
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Farm Mechanization
Seed Processor
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Single Seedling Transplanted In Proper
Distance (10 inch X 10 inch)
System of Rice Intensification (SRI) North 24
Parganas
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System of Rice Intensification (SRI) North 24
Parganas
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NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND WATERSHED
DEVELOPMENT
Targets
  • Increase area under cultivation by development
    of
  • culturable wastelands into cultivable lands.
    (8974 ha.
  • during 2006-07 to 08-09)
  • Water harvesting structures for the surface,
    sub-surface
  • and recharging underground water. (3406 no.
    during 2006-07
  • to 08-09)
  • Reclamation of sand laden areas through
    restoration of
  • periphery / barrier bunds etc. (6937 ha. during
    2006-07 to
  • 08-09)
  • Maximizing the water storage capacity of
    existing surface
  • water bodies for life saving irrigation to
    crops and for
  • fisheries.

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