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Title: National Horticulture Mission


1
National Horticulture Mission
A Presentation to General Council of National
Horticulture Mission 8th February,
2011 Department of Agriculture
Cooperation Ministry of Agriculture Government of
India, New Delhi
2
NHM Background
  • Launched as a Centrally Sponsored Scheme in
    2005-06
  • Being implemented in 18 States 3 Union
    Territories
  • excluding States covered under HMNEH
  • 371 out of 483 districts included
  • 8515 Ratio (Centre and State Governments) from
    2007-08
  • 13 National Level Agencies partners

3
NHM Strategy
End-to-end, holistic approach production, post-
harvest management, primary processing and
marketing
4
NHM Key Elements
  • Capacity-building and HRD for decentralized
  • planning and implementation
  • Area-based Plans
  • Quality planting material
  • Demand driven production, based on cluster
    approach
  • for crops having comparative advantage

5
NHM Key Elements
  • Technology driven programmes to improve
    productivity and quality by
  • Introduction of improved varieties
  • Rejuvenation with improved cultivars
  • Use of Plastics (poly house, shade net, mulching)
  • High Density Planting
  • Capacity building of farmers and extension
  • personnel
  • Marketing infrastructure
  • Policy Reforms
  • Web based reporting and monitoring

6
NHM Structure
National Level
General Council Headed by Agriculture Minister
Executive Committee Headed by Secretary (AC)
Mission Secretariat Horticulture Division, DAC  
Advisory Committees for Functional area /
important crops 
TECHNICAL SUPPORT GROUP (TSG)
7
NHM State Level
State Horticulture Mission ( Registered Society)
State Level Executive Committee Under the
Chairmanship of APC/ Secretary (Horticulture/Agric
ulture)
District Mission Committee Under the Chairmanship
of CEO ZP/DRDA
8
NHM Components
Plantation Infrastructure and Development-Nurseries, Tissue Culture labs Establishment of New Gardens Rejuvenation of Old and Senile Orchards Integrated Pest Management/Integrated Nutrient Management Protected Cultivation Organic Farming Pollination Support through Bee keeping Creation of Water Sources Mechanization HRD Post Harvest Management Marketing Primary Processing
9
NHM Resource Flow Mechanism
DMC
BENEFICIARIES
DAC (85 share)
SHM
SLA
BENEFICIARIES
State Govt. (15 share)
NLA
DAC (100)
BENEFICIARIES
10
State-wise details of Districts included under
NHM
Sl. No. Name of State/ UT Total No. of Districts in the State No. of Districts include till date No. of Crops covered
1. Andhra Pradesh 23 20 10
2. Bihar 38 23 5
3. Chhattisgarh 16 11 11
4. Goa 2 2 12
5. Gujarat 25 15 10
6. Haryana 20 17 9
7. Jharkhand 22 17 17
8. Karnataka 29 29 11
9. Kerala 14 14 10
10. Madhya Pradesh 50 39 8
11. Maharashtra 33 33 11
12. Orissa 31 24 6
13. Punjab 21 16 6
14. Rajasthan 32 24 10
15. Tamil Nadu 29 20 6
16. Uttar Pradesh 72 45 15
17. West Bengal 18 14 9
18. Delhi 1 1 4
19. Lakshadweep 1 1 4
20. Andaman Nicobar 2 2 4
21. Puduchery 2 4 8
Total 483 371
11
NHM Partners National Level Organizations
  • National Horticulture Board
  • Directorate of Cashew Cocoa Development
  • Directorate of Arecanut Spices Development
  • National Horticultural Research Development
    Foundation
  • IFFCO Foundation
  • National Bee Board
  • National Research Centre for Citrus, Nagpur
  • NCPAH
  • National Seeds Corporation
  • State Farms Corporation of India
  • Spices Board
  • NAFED
  • MANAGE, Hyderabad

12
NHM Monitoring Mechanism
  • Review by Executive Committee (31 meetings held)
  • Review by Empowered Committee (9 meetings held)
  • Visit of Joint Inspection Teams (approx.-100
    visits conducted)
  • Web enabled progress monitoring
    (http//nhm.nic.in)
  • Monthly progress uploaded by 5th of each month by
    SHMs
  • Districts can upload district level progress
  • Work Flow based MIS developed under validation

13
Salient features of NHM Web site
(http//nhm.nic.in )
  • Information about current events
  • Photo update/gallery
  • Proceedings of meetings
  • Contacts and connectivity through e-mail
  • Operational guidelines
  • State Profiles
  • Feed back
  • Market Info
  • Annual Action Plans
  • Linkage with all related sites
  • Progress Monitoring
  • Reports generation
  • Project Status
  • Crop Cluster matrix

14
Release - Expenditure (2005-11)

(Rs. In crore)
 Year Release Expenditure expenditure
2005-06 630 163.47 26
2006-07 945.29 701.40 74
2007-08 917.32 962.29 105
2008-09 1010.49 1118.40 111
2009-10 800.01 1187.91 148
2010-11 779.20 630.01 81
Total 5082.31 4763.48
15
State-wise position on Release and
Expenditure (2005-10)
(Rs. in Crore)
Sl. No. State Rel Exp.
1 Andhra Pradesh 422.93 358.59
2 Bihar 124.27 134.04
3 Chhattisgarh 231.2 221.31
4 Goa 7.69 7.59
5 Gujarat 138.24 136.6
6 Haryana 199.07 202.85
7 Jharkhand 158.95 140.69
8 Karnataka 420.13 406.68
9 Kerala 251.59 234.79
10 Madhya Pradesh 222.14 214.1
11 Maharashtra 581.73 566.44
12 Orissa 177.15 160
13 Punjab 104.19 103.37
14 Rajasthan 183.68 179.43
15 Tamil Nadu 347.46 307.72
16 Uttar Pradesh 317.82 331.78
17 West Bengal 99.24 95.89
18 Delhi 3 2.68
19 Lakshdweep 0.93 0
20 Andaman Nicobar 2.85 1.99
21 Pondicherry 0.33 0
  Total SHM 3994.6 3806.55
16
State-wise position on Release and Expenditure
(2010-11)
Sl. No. State Rel Exp.
1 Andhra Pradesh 88.00 83.41
2 Bihar - 11.94
3 Chhattisgarh 79.14 46.49
4 Goa 1.62 1.01
5 Gujarat 37.97 31.40
6 Haryana 51.50 31.81
7 Jharkhand 16.00 23.67
8 Karnataka 85.25 62.17
9 Kerala 19.00 36.22
10 Madhya Pradesh 51.00 36.37
11 Maharashtra 86.48 42.97
12 Orissa 32.59 33.19
13 Punjab 25.00 18.49
14 Rajasthan 30.00 24.91
15 Tamil Nadu 72.50 41.51
16 Uttar Pradesh 54.00 36.51
17 West Bengal 16.00 30.51
18 Delhi - 0.06
19 Lakshdweep - 0
20 Andaman Nicobar 1.52 1.05
21 Pondicherry 0.36 0.04
  Total SHM 7447.93 593.75
17
Year wise Release and Expenditure for NLAs
(2005-11)
(Rs. in Crore)
Year Release Expenditure
2005-06 43.8 42.9
2006-07 101.44 92.49
2007-08 41.07 34.9
2008-09 64.31 67.89
2009-10 57.88 48.53
2010-11 31.27 36.26
18
Share of Expenditure On Various Components
19
Achievement under various components (2005-10)
Area in lakh ha
Activity Achievement
Area Coverage(ha) 16.57
Rejuvenation (ha) 2.78
Organic Farming(ha) 1.37
IPM(ha) 7.52
Nurseries (No.) 2192
Community tanks (No.) 17452
IPM Infrastructure (No.) 309
PHM (No.)(1091 pack house, 367 cold storage, 4 CA storage, 30 ref van and 650 primary processing units) 1660
Markets (No.)(244rural, 41wholesale markets) 172
20
Achievement Under Various Components XI
Plan(2007-10)
Area in lakh ha
Activity Achievement
Area Coverage (ha) 12.66
Rejuvenation (ha) 2.19
Organic Farming (ha) 1.81
IPM (ha) 6.27
Nurseries (No.) 1576
Community tanks (No.) 14023
IPM Infrastructure (No.) 206
PHM (No.) 1535
Markets Rural Wholesale l (No.) 72
Marketing Infrastructure(No) 50
21
Achievement Under Various Components XI
Plan(2010-11)
Area in lakh ha
Activity Achievement
Area Coverage (ha) 1.91
Rejuvenation (ha) 0.26
Organic Farming (ha) 0.35
IPM (ha) 0.92
Nurseries (No.) 38
Community tanks (No.) 1481
IPM Infrastructure (No.) 20
PHM (No.) 418
Markets Rural, Wholesale Terminal (No.) 18
Achievement also include previous year targets
22
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23
Revision of Scheme During XI Plan (w.e.f 2010-11)
  • New interventions (High Density Plantations
    (HDP), Mushroom cultivation, Horticulture
    Mechanization and certification of Good
    Agricultural Practices (GAP)) included in the
    Scheme
  • Revision of cost norms for
  • - Establishment of nurseries
  • - Area expansion
  • - Protected cultivation
  • - Adoption of new technologies
  • - Post Harvest Management (PHM)

24
Partnerships Convergence
  • DARE Planting material, production technology,
    HRD inputs
  • MFPI - Processing of horticulture produce
  • MoC Export promotion , AEZ
  • MoRD Road connectivity, MNREGS
  • DAC Micro Irrigation, RKVY, Watershed
    Development
  • DBT Tissue culture labs
  • MoR Dedicated Freight corridor, refrigerator
    container/ wagons/Freight concessions

25
Achievement Growth in Horticulture

Crops Area() Production()
Fruit 21.67 32.82
Vegetables 12.33 22.26
Spices 4.26 8.47
(2009-10 over 2005-06 )
26
Achievement Growth in Horticulture
Include HMNEH
27
Achievement Increased Availability of Fruits
Year Population (million) Production (MT) Availability (gm/parsons/day)
2005-06 1094.58 55355 138
2006-07 1109.8 59563 147
2007-08 1124.8 65587 159
2008-09 1140 68466 164
2009-10 1156 73525 176
28
Achievement Increased Availability of Vegetables
Year Population (million) Production (MT) Availability (gm/parsons/day)
2005-06 1094.58 111399 279
2006-07 1109.8 114993 284
2007-08 1124.8 128449 313
2008-09 1140 129077 310
2009-10 1156 136189 327
29
Achievement Increase In Exports
30
Area of Concerns
  • Low Productivity
  • Slow pace of rejuvenation
  • Market infrastructure and reforms
  • Weak Market Information system
  • Post Harvest losses and infrastructure
  • Credit facility

31
Area of Concern Productivity
A Fruits
Productivity in MT/ha
Commodity India India India World World
Fruits Average Best State Best Country
Apple 7.6 10.0 JK 39.0 France
Banana 35.9 62.0 Maharashtra 52.0 Costa Rica
Grape 26.0 33.4 Haryana 26.0 India
Mango 6.3 12.2 U.P. 17.0 Brazil
Papaya 33.4 158 T.N. 81.0 Indonesia

32
Area of Concerns Productivity
B Vegetables
Productivity in MT/ha
Commodity India India India World World
Vegetable Average Best State Best Country
Brinjal 16.9 22.6 Karnataka 31.0 Japan
Cabbage 22.2 56.2 T.N. 63.0 Korea
Cauliflower 18.1 25.3 Maharashtra 24.0 Italy
Onion 15.1 26.6 Gujarat 56.0 U.S.A.
Potato 19.3 24.7 W.B. 45.0 Netherlands
Peas 8.2 35.7 A.P. 12.0 France
Tomato 17.9 27.2 Karnataka 66.0 U.S.A.
33
Areas of concern Rejuvenation (2005-10)
Sl. No. State Area covered (ha )
1 Maharashtra 91049
2 Kerala 67321
3 Andhra Pradesh 57307
4 Tamil Nadu 15069
5 Madhya Pradesh 11873
6 Punjab 8252
7 Karnataka 8083
8 West Bengal 4429
9 Uttar Pradesh 3361
10 Goa 3146
11 Chhattisgarh 2370
12 Orissa 2109
13 Rajasthan 1941
14 Haryana 1090
15 Gujarat 546
16 Bihar 215
34
Areas of concern Market and PHM Infrastructure
  • Horticulture Production 226.87 Million MT
  • Organised Markets for Horticulture produce-
    2012
  • Unfriendly provisions under APMC Act
  • About 30 post harvest losses of horticulture
  • produce
  • Only 5386 cold storages in the country with
    23.66
  • million MT capacity (10 of the production)
  • Only one Commodity Exchange
  • Only 2 of horticulture produce is processed
  • presently
  • Limited infrastructure facility for processing
    of
  • fruits and vegetables
  • Limited credit inflow into the sector

35
Way Forward
  • Productivity enhancement
  • Quality Planting material
  • High Density Plantation
  • Extensive Rejuvenation
  • Protected cultivation/Precision farming
  • Micro irrigation Fertigation
  • Mechanization
  • Pollination - bee-keeping
  • Organisation of grower association and Credit
    support
  • Quality enhancement of produce
  • GAP certification
  • Organic certification

36
Way Forward
  • Post Harvest Management Marketing
  • More PHM infrastructure
  • Strengthening of processing infrastructure
  • Dedicated Freight Corridor
  • Establishment of Terminal Market Complexes with
    Hub Spoke model
  • APMC reforms
  • Development of Agri- Export Zones
  • Setting up of National Cold Chain Development
    Centre

37
Agenda for the Meeting
1. Confirmation of the Minutes of the Fourth meeting of the General Council of NHM held on 20.03.2008
2. Action taken on the decisions of the Fourth meeting of the General Council of NHM held on 20.03.2008
3. Review of Progress of NHM activities during XI Plan
4. Revision of Cost Norms
5. Convergence with other Ministries/ Departments
6. Inclusion of new State/Union Territory (UT) and Districts under NHM during 2008-09 and 2009-10
7. Increasing the area limit of Green House and Shade Net House from 1000 sq.m to 4000 sq.m per beneficiary along with assistance for planting material and inputs
8 Any other matter with the permission of the Chair
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Thank You
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