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Title: National Horticulture Mission


1
National Horticulture Mission
Jharkhand State Horticulture Mission
Deptt. of Agriculture Cane Development
Govt. of Jharkhand
2
JHARKHAND STATE PROFILE
Agriculture Agriculture Agriculture
1 Total Geographical Area 79.71 Lakh ha.
2 Cultivable Area 38.00 Lakh ha.
3 Net Sown Area 22.38 Lakh ha.
4 Fallow and Barren Lands 18.10 Lakh ha.
5 Forest 23.28 Lakh ha.
6 Irrigated Lands 2.54 Lakh ha.
7 Cropping Intensity 114
3
Financial Status
Rs. in lakhs
Financial Year Approved Release from GOI Release from GOJ Expenditure
2005-06 5990.00 3030.00 - 2.97
2006-07 7176.57 4000.00 - 1948.42
2007-08 10887.974 780.99 444.00 2383.236
2008-09 11614.94 5000.00 700.00 5941.820
Total 12810.99 1144.00 10276.45
4
Major Physical Achievements
S.No Programmes 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 TOTAL
1 Nursery 69 nos. 56 nos. 2 nos.   127 nos.
2 Fruits Perennial 4600 ha. 6950 ha. 11350 ha. 16016 ha. 38916 ha.
3 Papaya 1000 ha. 1100 ha. 971 ha. 1634 ha. 4705 ha.
4 Cashewnut -- -- 560 ha. 220 ha. 780 ha.
5 Spices 685 ha. 1090 ha. 2030 ha. 3670 ha. 7475 ha.
6 Floriculture 115 ha. 216 ha. 140 ha. 100 ha. 571 ha.
7 Water Resources 7103 nos. 9264 nos. 8 nos. 195 16570 ha.
8 Seed Production 256 ha. 180 ha. 10 ha.   446 ha.
9 Vermi Compost Units   169 nos. 10 nos.   179 nos.
10 INM/IPM Infrastructure and Promotion 6 nos. infra. 198 ha. 720 ha -- 918 ha.
11 Seed Infrastructure 2 nos.   -- -- 2 nos.
12 Pollination support through bee-keeping 1515 nos. 1412 nos. -- -- 2927 nos.
13 Protected Cultivation 2.6 ha. 1.35 ha. 0.2 ha. 1.3 ha. 5.45 ha.
5
SWOC Analysis
  • Weakness
  • Shortage of infrastructure and
  • man power for post harvest
  • management and marketing
  • Difficult to change the mindset
  • of farmers
  • Low irrigation potential
  • Strength
  • Suitable climatic condition
  • Good connectivity with neighboring state
  • Productivity of some vegetable crops higher
  • Some vegetables grown round the year
  • Organized fruits vegetable grower society
  • Technical infrastructure support
  • Challenges
  • Water management
  • Termite prevalence
  • Grazing
  • Opportunity
  • Area expansion
  • Reduction of post harvest losses
  • Product value addition and consumption
  • Generation of direct and indirect employment

6
Methodology of NHM
  • Expression of Interest for inviting implementing
    agencies.
  • Reliability and Accountability report from DC/DDC
    of concerning Districts
  • State level selection committee
  • Presentation of proposed programmes by agencies

7
Supervision and Monitoring Mechanism
S.No. Committee Responsibility Frequency
1 General Body, Chaired by Hon'ble Chief Minister, Jharkhand Review/Approval of NHM Plan Once a year 1-2-06 22-1-07
2 Executive Council, Chaired by Hon'ble Chief Minister, Jharkhand Review/Approval of NHM Plan Twice in a year 18-1-08
3 District Monitoring Committee Chaired by Deputy Development Commissioner Implementation/ Review/Monitoring of progress Monthly (Regularly being held)
4 Joint Director along with BAU/ KVKs scientist Review of implementation programme and monitoring Monthly
8
Impact of NHM on Production and Productivity
Crop Before NHM (2004-05) Before NHM (2004-05) Before NHM (2004-05) After NHM (2008-09) After NHM (2008-09) After NHM (2008-09)
Crop Area (ha.) Production (MT) Productivity (MT/ha) Area (ha.) Production (MT) Productivity (MT/ha)
Mango 7663 91524 11.94 31848 91524 2.87
Litchi 1526 20282 13.29 4256 20282 4.77
Aonla       5205     
Citrus 5516 53260 9.66 11186 53260 4.76
Papaya 2747 54951 20 7602 59946 7.88
Chilli 11146 33438 3 14025 47685 3.4
Ginger 1243 9732 17.83 1969 37253 18.92
Turmeric 1326 4243 3.2 1842 6999 3.8
Flower 720 11095 15.41 1393 22026 17.03
9
Impact of NHM programmes on economic status of
farmers
S.N. Activities Increase in production/Area Reason
1 Spice Cultivation Productivity increased by 20-25 Increase in average by 30-35 Technology adoption along with varietal replacement
2 Floriculture Additional income 30-40 thousand per ha. Crop diversification with technical and financial support of NHM
3 Vermi compost unit Soil health improvement Reduction in cost of cultivation Generation in additional income 5-10 thousands/annually
4 Bee Keeping Increase in production of open pollinated vegetable crops Additional income through honey production 5 thousands/family
3 Vegetable 1000 ha. additional area added in vegetable production Additional income 15 - 20 thousand/annually Intercropping in newly established fruits orchard through distribution of vegetable seeds produced under NHM
10
Sub Plan for next three years
Area in ha.
Horticultural Crops Area already covered under NHM 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 Total
Mango 24200 6785 5640 5930 18355
Litchi 2700 650 1650 1750 4050
Citrus 5700 660 2900 3650 7210
Aonla 5300 1060 2800 3200 7060
Guava 5088 320 1375 1600 3295
Cashewnut 2230 1500 1400 1600 4500
Jackfruit -   1200 1475 2675
Banana - 300 1500 1900 3700
Papaya 4900 700 1325 1400 3425
Spice (Chilli, Ginger, Turmeric) 6967 1200 1200 1200 3600
Floriculture 554 450 400 475 1325
11
Requirement of planting material for next three
years
Plants in nos.
Horticultural Crops 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12
Mango 678500 564000 593000
Litchi 65000 165000 175000
Citrus 178200 783000 985500
Aonla 212000 560000 640000
Guava 32000 137500 160000
Cashewnut 270000 224000 256000
Jackfruit   120000 147500
Banana 48000 2400000 3040000
Papaya 1400000 2650000 2800000
Spice (Chilli, Ginger, Turmeric) 11802 Qt 11802 Qt. 11802 Qt.
12
Proposed arrangement of planting materials
  • Requirement of planting material (2009-10)
    15.10 lakhs nos. for perennial orchards including
    Cashewnut.
  • Arrangement
  • Nursery establish under NHM
  • and Progeny nursery/Block nursery 6.50
    lakhs
  • Birsa Agril. University, Ranchi
    4.00 lakhs
  • HARP, Plandu, Ranchi
    0.50 lakhs
  • Cashew from Identified nursery
    2.60 lakhs
  • CISH Lucknow and others 1.00
    lakhs
  • NRC, Mujaffarpur 0.50 lakhs

13
Road Map for marketing and PHM
  • Total area under vegetable coverage 2.25 lakhs
    ha.
  • Total production of vegetable crops 33 lakhs
    MT.
  • Presently total produce send to outside state
    20 lakhs MT.
  • Proposed nos. of terminal market 3 nos
  • Development of local haats 108 nos
  • Nos. of existing traditional active cold storage
    20 nos.
  • New proposals of multi chamber cold storage 5
    nos.
  • Mega food park is being established at Ranchi by
    Ministry of food processing

14
Year wise component wise breakup
S.No. Component 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12
1 Terminal Market 1 1 1
2 Collection Centre with Cool Chamber (local haats) 38 30 40
15
Plan Proposals 2009-10
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Percentage allocation of budget on different
activities
20
Photographs
21
COMPONENT OF MODEL NURSERY (GREEN HOUSE) AT
RANCHI
22
Production of planting material at private
sector nursery at Chatra
23
Intercropping in Mango orchard Khijurbana Deoghar
24
Intercropping in Mango orchard at Bisahatoli,
Lohardaga
25
Aonla Plantation at Chatra
26
Cashew Nut Plantation
27
Papaya plantation at Hazaribagh
28
Continuation of Adopted Technology
Ginger in Ranchi
29
Turmeric cultivation at Hazaribagh
Chilli cultivation and drying at Chatra
30
Marigold cultivation at Ranchi
31
Gerbera cultivation at Ranchi
32
Exposure Visit of Farmers cum Training on Litchi
Day
33
Convergence of water recourses through NEREGA
Under NHM in District Ranchi.
34
Trench fencing by NREGA at Khijirbuna, Sarwan,
Deoghar
35
Value addition of Roses at PRC Hazaribagh
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