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NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON AGRICULTURE FOR KHARIF
CAMPAIGN 2011 GOVERNMENT OF GOA
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GOA
  • Goa lies between 14 - 16o North latitude and
    73-75o East longitude on the West Coast of India.
  • Climate is warm and humid tropical with cool and
    pleasant weather in winter months.
  • Average annual rainfall is 3000 mm. The total
    rainfall received during the year 2010 was 3092
    mm.
  • The highest and lowest temperatures are 35o C and
    15o C.
  • Relative humidity varies from 95 to 51.
  • contd..2..

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  1. The terrain is undulating with diverse soil
    conditions.
  2. Agriculture is pursued by about 16 of the
    population.
  3. The geographical area of the State is 3,70,200
    Ha.
  4. Total cropped area is about 1,60,320 Ha. having
    34.39 area under food grain crops and balance
    65.61 under commercial/horticultural
    crops including vegetables.
  5. Net sown area is 1,31,587 Ha.

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RABI 2011 ASSESSMENT KHARIF 2011-12 PROSPECTS
  • Rabi crop stand is good
  • There is no major incidence of pests and
    diseases.
  • Good yields are expected during Kharif season, if
    normal monsoons are received.

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T A B L E I Crop wise Area And Production
duringRABI 2010-11
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T A B L E - IICROPWISE AREA PRODUCTION
TARGET DURING KHARIF 2010-11
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T A B L E III
Crop wise
Area And Production duringKharif 2011-12
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SEED REPLACEMENT RATE (SRR)
  • Seed availability affected due to unseasonal
    rains during Kharif, 2010.
  • Inceasing trend particularly in paddy.
  • 50 subsidy on paddy, pulses, groundnut and
    vegetable certified/quality seed under State
    Scheme.
  • Linkage with Mega Seed Project Scheme of State
    Indian Council of Agricultural Research Complex
    Institute to produce TL Seed.

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SEED PRODUCTION
  • No State Seed Corporation or Certification
    Agency.
  • Seed sourced mainly from NSC.
  • Local Indian Council of Agricultural Research
    Complex Institute procures breeders seed.
  • Multiplication under Mega Seed Project Scheme.
  • Breeders seed progeny to Agriculture Department
    for producing TL Seed.

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SEED PRODUCTION
  • Works well for paddy.
  • To enhance linkage for groundnut
  • 9 of pulse area under local cowpea.
    Multiplication programme for higher yielding
    strain planned in Kharif and Rabi.

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SEED SITUATION FOR KHARIF, 2011
  • Arrangements in place with NSC for major supply.
  • Subsidy on certified seed at source through
    identified Farmers Co-operatives.
  • Requirement and availability
  • Paddy 3890 qtl
  • Urid 3
  • Moong 5
  • Groundnut 50
  • Cowpea shortage to be countered with TL seed of
    improved local strain.

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FUNDS UNDER SEEDS DIVISION SCHEMES
  • No scheme under implementation at present.
  • No pendency of utilization certificate.

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VARIETAL REPLACEMENT RATE (VRR)
  • Seed minikit programme linked with results of
    local Indian Council of Agricultural Research
    Complex Research trials.
  • Karjat-3 as replacement for past Jyoti. However,
    lower rate in market.
  • No good replacement for Jaya till now,
  • Minikit trials to be taken up of red kernelled
    short/medium duration.

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QUALITY CONTROL ARRANGEMENTS ON SEED
  • Single Seed Testing Laboratory.
  • No full time staff/trained staff posted due to
    staff shortage.
  • Tests only for germination/physical purity
    conducted at present.
  • No notified seed analyst.

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ADVANCE ACTION FOR RABI 2011-12
  • Exercise underway.
  • Strengthened programme for TL seed.
    Multiplication of paddy, local cowpea and
    groundnut by Department.
  • Rainfall pattern in Kharif will have an impact.

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SEED TESTING
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RASHTRIYA KRISHI VIKAS YOJANA
  • Extended to the State of Goa during 2007-08
  • Implementation started from 2008-09
  • Funds received.
  • 2007-08 - Rs. 170.00 lakhs
  • 2008-09 - Not eligible
  • 2009-10 - Not eligible
  • 2010-11 - Rs. 707.00 lakhs

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Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojana
  • Ist SLSC approved projects for Rs. 226.54 lakhs
    for 2007-08.
  • IIIrd SLSC approved projects for Rs. 832.00 lakhs
    for 2010-11
  • Amount utilized 2008-09 Rs. 54.20 lakhs
  • Amount utilized 2009-10 Rs. 20.03 lakhs

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ACHIEVEMENTS UNDER RKVY IN 10-11
Name of the Scheme Amount (Rs. in Lakh
Promotion of combines in paddy 37.86
Development of fodder Bank by Goa State Co-operative milk producers Union (GSCMPU) 8.00 (released)
Incentivising paddy cultivation through SHG setting up of Agro service centre 1.79
Study Tour (Fisheries) 4.00 (released
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Cont

Name of the Scheme Amount (Rs. in Lakh
Fodder cultivation(GSMPUL) 150.75 (released)
Strengthening of fruit and vegetable market network by providing mobile carts with cooling facilities (GSHCL) 7.85 (released)
Bulk Milk Coolers (GSAMB) 22.00 (released)
Round the year Nursery for off-season vegetable production under protected condition in Goa (KVK-North) 20.00 (released)
Mechanization in Agriculture 63.94
Assistance on use of Rock Phosphate 1.96
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Cont

Name of the Scheme Amount (Rs. in Lakh
Assistance on Micronutrients 1.12
Likely releases by March 2011
N.W.D.P.R.A. 156.00 (Released)
C-DAP Work is awarded to MIS Centre for applied Research and Extension (CARE) Hyderabad
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FERTILIZERS (availability,
testing, INM)
  • (i) Scheme of concessional sale of Decontrolled
    Phosphatics Potassic Fertilizer to the Farmer.
  • The highlights on the achievements made under
    the above scheme during 2010-11. upto January
    2011

contd.2..
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The distribution of fertilizer in terms of NPK
(MT) during 2010-11 upto February 2011
FERTILIZER
N-3305 tonnes P-2224 tonnes
K-1713 tonnes
contd3..
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During Kharif 2011, proposed targets of sale of
fertilizers.
FERTILIZER
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In terms of NPK (MT) for Kharif 2011N-2676
P-2453 K-1541Actual Distribution of
fertilizers during Kharif 2010N-2371
P-1530 K-1221
FERTILIZER
FERTILIZER QUALITY CONTROL DURING 2010-11
Samples drawn by Fertilizer Inspector are sent
for analysis to Central Fertilizer Quality
Control Laboratory, Navi Mumbai. During the year
2010-11, 46 samples were sent for analysis.
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QUALITY CONTROL OF MICRONUTRIENT FERTILIZERS
  • The State has only one Micronutrient Fertilizer
    manufacturing unit, which is marketing its
    product outside the State. Zinc, Magnesium and
    Boron have been identified as deficient in Goan
    soils and have been recommended to be used in
    straight micronutrient fertilizer form.
  • Use of Organic Manure is being promoted through
    supply of compost to farmers towards soil health
    improvement.
  • Preparation of on farm compost/vermicompost is
    encouraged through incentives given for
    infrastructure set up for compost units.

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INTEGRATED NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT (INM)
  • Regular soil samples are collected and analyzed
    for macro and micro nutrient deficiency.
  • soil health cards are issued to the farmers by
    recommending appropriate fertilizer dose.
  • The State has 2 STL with a capacity to analyse
    25,000 soil samples every year.
  • During the year 2010-11 17609 samples were
    analyzed for nutrient and health cards issued.

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NATIONAL HORTICULTURE MISSION (NHM)
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NATIONAL MISSION ON MICRO IRRIGATION (NMMI) IN
GOA STATE
  • Directorate of Agriculture
  • Government of Goa
  • Krishi Bhavan,
  • Tonca, Caranzalem Goa
  • Phone Nos.
  • (0832) 2465840, 2465443, 2465845
  • Fax No. (0832) 2465441
  • E-Mail dir-agri.goa_at_nic.in

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Physical Achievement for the year 2006 07
onwards under MIS in Xth Plan under NMMI since
June 2010 under XIth Plan
  Sr.No.   Component 2006-07 2006-07 2007-2008 2007-2008 2008-09 2008-09 2009-10 2009-10 2010 -11 2010 -11
  Sr.No.   Component Phy Fin Phy Fin Phy Fin Phy Fin Phy Fin
a Drip 7.85 Ha 0.80 8.01 Ha 0.87 7.39 Ha 1.11 9.73 Ha 1.87 38.71 Ha 11.65
b Drip Demo -- -- 1 Ha 0.24 1 Ha 0.15 1 Ha 0.15 -- --
c Sprinkler -- -- 101.51 Ha 6.05 83.53 Ha 5.12 76.70 Ha 4.6 78.86 11.39
d Administrative Cost -- -- -- -- -- 0.20 -- -- -- --
e Training -- -- 119 0.26 -- -- -- -- -- --
f Awareness programme -- -- 2 0.42 -- -- -- -- -2 0.23
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Releases funds utilized and balance available
under MIS from 2006-07 to 2009-10 under NMMI
since June 2010
(Rs. In lakhs) (Rs. In lakhs)
Year Release Release Release Release Utilized Utilized Balance available Balance available
Year Opening bal Government of India State Total Government of India State Government of India State
2006-07 -- 12.13 0.20 12.33 0.8 0.20 11.33 --
2007-08 11.33 1.60 1.73 14.66 7.84 1.73 5.09 --
2008-09 5.09 2.00 2.00 9.09 6.58 1.56 0.51 0.44
2009-10 0.51 10.70 2.44 13.65 8.715 2.14 2.5 0.74
2010-11 2.50 24.00 3.00 29.50 18.66 4.61 7.84 -0.87
Unreconciled/anticipated figures
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Releases of Micro Irrigation Scheme (MIS) under
Transfer of Technology

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Physical Financial Target/Achievements from
2006-07 to 2009-10
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Physical Financial Target/Achievements from
2006-07 to 2009-10
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  • IMPACT OF MICRO IRRIGATION SYSTEM ON CROP
    PRODUCTIVITY

The awareness of Micro Irrigation Scheme (MIS)
can be seen as over the period of time, the area
has increased. It is expected that there will be
significant increase in area in the next couple
of years
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  • PERCENTAGE OF DIVERSIFICATION OF CROPS

There is no significant diversification as Micro
Irrigation Scheme (MIS) programme is mainly
implemented in intercrop cultivation such as
Arecanut, Coconut, with Banana and Spices
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  • CHANGES IN PATTERN OF CROP PRODUCTION

Not much of changes have been noticed
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  • AREA COVERAGE UNDER HIGH VALUE CROP

The area coverage under high value crop is
minimum.
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  • INCREASE IN PERCENTAGE OF CROP INTENSITY

The crop intensity is same and the farmers are
going for Micro Irrigation in their horticultural
crops only. However, during 2009-10, Drip
Irrigation is promoted in sugarcane crop in an
area of 2.53 Hectares and area coverage under
sugarcane drip during 2010-11 is 10.71 ha
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  • INCREASE IN NET IRRIGATED AREA

There is no significant increase in the net
irrigated area.
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  • PERCENTAGE OF INCREASE IN FARMERS INCOME

Percentage of increase in the farmers income has
risen by 15 20
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  • Bottlenecks
  • Low subsidy was provided in the initial year, it
    was not beneficial and this gave wrong message to
    the farmers in general
  • The area coverage in Goa being small, Drip
    irrigation companies are not keen to work in Goa
    and installation prolongs for months due to which
    farmers lose interest in the system. However,
    due to provision of 90 subsidy on drip
    (additional 40 under State Sector) and provision
    of subsidy at source, there is rising trend under
    the drip component.

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  • Bottlenecks
  • Micro Irrigation in form of Micro Sprinklers/Jets
    as reported to be more beneficial in Goa instead
    of Drip Irrigation due to lighter soil and
    limited horizontal movement of water.

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Physical Financial Target - 2011-12
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Registrar of Cooperative Societies /Department of
Cooperation is involved in the matter of
Agriculture Marketing of notified Agricultural
commodities through Agriculture Marketing Board
Margao and seven other market sub yards with
infrastructural facilities at important Taluka
head quarters.
MARKETING
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So far 21 agriculture commodities comprising of
Coconut, Cashew nut, Betelnut, Banana, Milk etc.
have been notified by the Government for
regulation in Goa and trading in these
commodities is regulated by issuing licences to
the traders/Market functionaries.
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The Goa Agricultural Produce Marketing
(Development and Regulation) Act 2007 has been
framed based on the model Act prescribed by GOI
which incorporates reforms allowing direct
marketing ,Contract Farming and establishing
private Mandis/Markets etc.On approval of the
proposed rules, the act will be implemented
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Best practices adopted by the State
  • In order to increase the replacement rate of seed
    like paddy, groundnut, pulses and vegetables, the
    State Government provides 50 assistance at
    source through the network of Cooperative
    Societies (PPP Mode).
  • The creation of infrastructure for irrigation is
    boosted by providing additional assistance to
    bring the total subsidy to atleast 75 for
    construction of new wells, establishing
    sprinklers, drip irrigation and pumpsets.

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Best practices adopted by the State
Cont
  • Fencing to protect cropped area with assistance
    of 50 for protection against stray/wild animals,
    including for solar power fencing which is at 90
    subsidy.

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Best practices adopted by the State
  • Provide support price for
  • Paddy ? Rs. 7/- per kg
  • Provide assured price to
  • a) Arecanut ? Rs.100/- per kg
  • b) Coconut ? Rs. 6/- per nut
  • c) Oil Palm ? Rs. 5/- per kg
  • d) Cashewnut ?Rs.50/- per kg (Maximum of
    Rs. 10/- per kg)

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Best practices adopted by the State
  • Desilting and renovation of traditional
    ponds/tanks through local Self Help Groups
    (SHG)/Non Government Organizations (NGOs) and
    individuals.
  • Interest on agricultural loans is subsidized _at_
    4.
  • Additional State support for banana cultivation _at_
    Rs.15,000/- per ha.
  • Additional State support price for pineapple
    cultivation _at_ Rs. 30,000/- per ha.
  • Stress is laid on organic farming under NHM
    specially in cashew cultivation.

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