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Title: DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE


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NATIONAL CONFERENCE FOR RABI CAMPAIGN 2009 (24th
25th September 2009 )
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE ANDHRA PRADESH
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ANDHRA PRADESH
AGRICULTURE PROFILE
A.P. Falls in Agro climatic zone No. 10 11
carved out by planning commission
Source Directorate of Economics Statistics
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KHARIF 2009 ASSESSMENT
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Deviation of Rainfall during South-West Monsoon
for the period from 1-6-09 to 22-09-09
Status of Rainfall from from 1-6-2009 to
22-09-2009 Normal 583.60 mm
Received 392.9 mm Deficit - 33.
S. No Districts No of Districts Status and Deviation.
1 Srikakulam, Vizianagaram, Nellore, Kadapa, Anantapur, Kurnool, Chittoor, Mahabubnagar, Rangareddy 9 Normal (19 to -19)
2 Visakhapatnam, East Godavari, West Godavari, Krishna, Guntur, Prakasam, Medak, Nizamabad, Adilabad, Karimnagar Warangal, Khammam Nalgonda 13 Deficit (-20 to -59)
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KHARIF 2009 PROSPECTS
South West Rainfall Normal 624 mm, Actual
(2009) 392.9 mm as on 22-09-2009
(-33) Deficit
Crop AREA ( lakh ha) AREA ( lakh ha) AREA ( lakh ha) PRODUCTIVITY (Kg/ha) PRODUCTIVITY (Kg/ha) PRODUCTIVITY (Kg/ha) PRODUCTION ( lakh tons) PRODUCTION ( lakh tons) PRODUCTION ( lakh tons)
Crop Normal Actual 2008 Advance Estimates 2009 Normal Actual 2008 Advance Estimates 2009 Normal Actual 2008 Advance Estimates 2009
Rice 25.53 28.03 19.5 2842 2990 2990 72.58 83.81 58.30
Maize 5.3 4.98 4.02 3223 3148 3148 17.13 15.68 12.65
Minor Millets 3.14 2.43 1.98 1121 1169 1141 3.52 2.84 2.26
Total coarse grain 8.44 7.41 6.00       20.65 18.52 14.91
Redgram 4.52 4.38 4.57 514 454 598 2.34 1.99 2.73
Greengram 2.59 2.07 1.75 422 444 435 1.09 0.92 0.76
Blackgram 0.80 0.69 0.68 451 586 474 0.36 0.4 0.32
Other pulses 0.20 0.15 0.15 400 333 467 0.08 0.05 0.07
Total Pulses 8.11 7.29 7.15       3.87 3.36 3.88
Total Foodgrain 42.08 42.73 32.65       97.10 105.69 77.10
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KHARIF 2009 PROSPECTS Cont.
Crop AREA ( lakh ha) AREA ( lakh ha) AREA ( lakh ha) PRODUCTIVITY (Kg/ha) PRODUCTIVITY (Kg/ha) PRODUCTIVITY (Kg/ha) PRODUCTION ( lakh tons) PRODUCTION ( lakh tons) PRODUCTION ( lakh tons)
Crop Normal Actual 2008 Advance Estimates 2009 Normal Actual 2008 Advance Estimates 2009 Normal Actual 2008 Advance Estimates 2009
Groundnut 14.65 14.99 9.78 660 300 560 9.96 4.5 5.48
Sunflower 1.21 0.89 1.13 516 640 514 0.61 0.57 0.58
Other Oil Seeds 4.41 3.7 3.51 659 770 912 2.91 7.37 3.2
Total oilseeds 20.27 19.58 14.42       13.48 12.44 9.26
Cotton (lakh bales) 11.41 13.99 12.7 398 434 324 26.87 35.72 29.14
Sugarcane 2.29 1.96 1.44 78880 78176 77667 181.41 153.22 111.84
Total Comm. Crops 3.00 2.86 2.24      
Total cropped area 79.05 81.12 63.45            
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RABI 2007-08, 2008-09 COMPARED TO NORMAL
North East Rainfall Normal 224 mm, Actual
(2008-09) 149 mm (-34)
CROP AREA ( lakh ha) AREA ( lakh ha) AREA ( lakh ha) PRODUCTIVITY (Kg/ha) PRODUCTIVITY (Kg/ha) PRODUCTIVITY (Kg/ha) PRODUCTION ( lakh tons) PRODUCTION ( lakh tons) PRODUCTION ( lakh tons)
CROP Normal Actual Actual Normal Actual Actual Normal Actual Actual
CROP Normal '07-08 '08-09 Normal '07-08 '08-09 Normal '07-08 '08-09
Rice 11.87 14.06 15.72 3524 3650 3706 43.4 51.33 58.26
Maize 1.87 2.67 3.52 5340 6590 7409 11.11 17.58 26.08
Other Millets 3.08 2.18 1.93 1084 1364 1172 3.31 2.93 2.83
Total coarse grain 4.95 4.85 5.45       14.42 20.51 28.91
Bengalgram 4.78 6.3 6.19 1187 1448 1407 5.99 9.12 8.71
Greengram 1.57 1.52 1.12 309 343 539 0.55 0.52 0.6
Blackgram 3.72 4.07 2.72 575 493 624 2.2 2.01 1.7
Other pulses 0.78 0.65 0.37 436 538 459 0.34 0.35 0.17
Total Pulses 10.85 12.54 10.4       9.08 12 11.18
Total Food grain 27.67 31.45 31.57       66.90 83.84 98.35
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RABI 2007-08, 2008-09 COMPARED TO NORMAL
Cont..
CROP AREA ( lakh ha) AREA ( lakh ha) AREA ( lakh ha) PRODUCTIVITY (Kg/ha) PRODUCTIVITY (Kg/ha) PRODUCTIVITY (Kg/ha) PRODUCTION ( lakh tons) PRODUCTION ( lakh tons) PRODUCTION ( lakh tons)
CROP Normal Actual Actual Normal Actual Actual Normal Actual Actual
CROP Normal '07-08 '08-09 Normal '07-08 '08-09 Normal '07-08 '08-09
Groundnut 2.51 2.95 2.66 1625 1919 1934 4.40 5.68 5.14
Sunflower 3.24 3.10 3.24 749 1176 949 2.69 3.64 3.07
Other Oil seeds 0.82 0.67 0.62 375 382 382 0.28 0.28 0.22
Total oilseeds 6.57 6.72 6.52       7.37 9.60 8.43
Tobacco 1.16 1.2 1.27 1376 1458 1419 1.85 1.75 1.80
Other Comm. Crops 0.97 0.87 0.91       4.42 4.44 4.32
Total Comm. Crops 2.13 2.07 2.18            
Total cropped area 36.37 40.24 40.27            
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RABI 2009-10 PROSPECTS
CROP AREA ( lakh ha) AREA ( lakh ha) AREA ( lakh ha) PRODUCTIVITY (Kg/ha) PRODUCTIVITY (Kg/ha) PRODUCTIVITY (Kg/ha) PRODUCTION ( lakh tons) PRODUCTION ( lakh tons) PRODUCTION ( lakh tons)
CROP Normal Actual 08-09 Prospects 2009-10 Normal Actual08-09 Prospects 2009-10 Normal Actual08-09 Prospects 2009-10
Rice 13.31 15.72 15.80 3671 3706 3765 48.84 58.26 59.19
Maize 2.26 3.52 2.50 6326 7409 7557 14.8 26.08 26.6
Other Millets 2.64 1.93 2.05 1084 1172 1441 3.04 2.83 2.9
Total coarse grain 4.90 5.45 4.55       17.84 28.91 29.5
Bengalgram 5.19 6.19 7.10 1309 1407 1477 6.79 8.71 9.14
Redgram 0.06 0.04 3.00 566 454 1000 0.03 0.02 3.00
Greengram 1.39 1.12 1.50 386 539 552 0.54 0.60 0.83
Blackgram 3.58 2.72 3.50 636 624 641 2.28 1.70 2.24
Other pulses 0.60 0.33 0.30 436 459 667 0.26 0.15 0.20
Total Pulses 10.82 10.40 15.40       9.90 11.18 15.41
Total Food grain 29.03 31.57 35.75       76.58 98.35 104.10
Note 2.08 increase in food grain production
expected over last year. In order to increase
the Redgram area during Rabi, the Govt. is giving
wide publicity on seed subsidy and benefits of an
increased MSP.
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RABI 2009-10 PROSPECTS Cont..
CROP AREA ( lakh ha) AREA ( lakh ha) AREA ( lakh ha) PRODUCTIVITY (Kg/ha) PRODUCTIVITY (Kg/ha) PRODUCTIVITY (Kg/ha) PRODUCTION ( lakh tons) PRODUCTION ( lakh tons) PRODUCTION ( lakh tons)
CROP Normal Actual 08-09 Prospects 2009-10 Normal Actual08-09 Prospects 2009-10 Normal Actual08-09 Prospects 2009-10
Groundnut 2.57 2.66 2.70 1807 1934 1977 4.66 5.14 5.26
Sunflower 3.21 3.24 3.50 865 949 960 2.76 3.07 3.36
Other Oil seeds 0.72 0.62 0.68 375 355 382 0.27 0.22 0.26
Total oilseeds 6.50 6.52 6.88       7.69 8.43 8.88
Tobacco 1.27 1.27 1.20 1424 1419 1516 1.80 1.80 1.93
Other Comm. Crops 0.88 0.91 0.88       4.39 4.32 4.39
Total Comm. Crops 2.15 2.18 2.08            
Total cropped area 37.68 40.27 44.71            
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AREA, PRODUCTIVITY PRODUCTION FOR 2008-09 WITH
COMPARISION TO NORMAL (KHARIF RABI)
CROP AREA (lakh ha) AREA (lakh ha) PRODUCTIVITY (Kg/ha) PRODUCTIVITY (Kg/ha) increase /decrease in Productivity PRODUCTION (lakh tons) PRODUCTION (lakh tons) increase /decrease in Production
CROP Normal Actual '08-09 Normal Actual '08-09 Over Normal Normal Actual '08-09 Over Normal
Rice 36.01 43.75 3078 3247 5 110.90 142.07 28
Maize 7.29 8.50 3834 4913 28 28.45 41.76 47
Bengalgram 4.78 6.19 1244 1407 13 5.99 8.71 45
Redgram 4.67 4.42 507 454 -10 2.40 2.01 -16
Total Foodgrains 69.82 74.30       160.17 204.04 27
Groundnut 16.68 17.65 857 546 -36 14.67 9.64 -34
Cotton (lakh bales) 10.27 13.99 391 434 11 23.72 35.72 51
Others 35.69 26.89            
Total cropped area 114.37 121.39            
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SPECIAL FOCUS ON CORE ISSUES FOR RABI IN THE
CONTEXT OF DROUGHT / DEFICIENT RAINFALL
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DROUGHT SITUATION IN ANDHRA PRADESH
  • During Kharif 2009 sowings are taken up in 40.34
    (as on 15-8-2009) Lakh ha as against of season
    normal area of 79.07 Lakh ha
  • 9.97 lakh ha area damaged under Agricultural
    crops more than 50 affecting 13.35 lakh no. of
    farmers with a estimated loss of Rs. 2801.19
    crores
  • 0.88 lakh ha area damaged under horticultural
    crops more than 50 with a estimated loss of Rs.
    206.47 crores.
  • Govt has declared drought in 981 mandals in 22
    districts
  • Total input subsidy required is Rs.209.44 crores
    as per the CRF norms
  • Total input subsidy required is Rs. 391.44 crores
    as per the state norms

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CONTINGENCY PLAN
  • Due to adverse seasonal condition Contingency
    plan is proposed in 10.92 lakh ha.
  • Alternate crops Proposed are Short duration
    varieties of Paddy, Jowar, Sunflower, Castor,
    Redgram, Horsegram, Cowpea and Sesamum
  • 3.71 lakh quintals of seed and Rs. 91.92 crores
    of seed subsidy amount is required for
    implementation of contingency plan
  • An amount of Rs. 35 crores has been released by
    the Government as seed subsidy. The balance is
    being diverted from RKVY. Extra allocation is
    requested
  • Alternate crop seed distribution and sowings are
    under progress

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NATIONAL FOOD
SECURITY MISSION (NFSM)
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NATIONAL FOOD SECURITY MISSION IN A.P
RICE DISTRICTS
  • Srikakulam
  • Vizianagaram
  • Visakhapatnam
  • Krishna
  • Guntur
  • Nellore
  • Mahabubnagar
  • Medak
  • Adilabad
  • Khammam
  • Nalgonda

PULSES DISTRICTS
Srikakulam East Godavari Krishna Guntur Prakasam Kadapa Anantapur 8.Kurnool 9.Mahabubnagar 10.Nizambad 11.Adilabad 12.Warangal 13.Khammam 14.Nalgonda
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Base Line Survey Concurrent Evaluation
NATIONAL FOOD SECURITY MISSION From Rabi 2007-08
to 2011-12
  • Base Line Survey Reports vetted by the Department
    of Economics Statistics for all the districts
    in the state completed and submitted to GOI.
  • Preliminary Concurrent Evaluation report vetted
    by Department of Economics Statistics and final
    Concurrent Evaluation Report with analysis of
    increases / decreases in Area, Productivity and
    Production submitted to Government of India.

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IMPACT OF THE MISSION- RICE - KHARIF -08
District Area (000'ha) Area (000'ha) Yield (Kg / Ha) Yield (Kg / Ha) Production (000' tonnes) Production (000' tonnes) Area increase Yield increase Production increase
District Normal Kharif2008 Normal Kharif2008 Normal Kharif2008 Over Normal Over Normal Over Normal
N.F.S.M. 1393 1634 2500 2898 3324 4735 17.3 15.92 42.45
Non N.F.S.M. 1021 1169 2825 3118 2799 3647 14.5 10.37 30.30
Andhra Pradesh 2414 2803 2642 2990 6123 8382 16.1 13.17 36.89
Source Directorate of economics Statistics, AP
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IMPACT OF THE MISSION- RICE - RABI -08-09
Source Departmental Estimates
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IMPACT OF THE MISSION- TOTAL PULSES - KHARIF
-08
District Total Pulses Total Pulses Total Pulses Total Pulses Total Pulses Total Pulses Area Yield Production
District Normal Area (000'ha) Area covered (000'ha) Normal Yield Current year Yield (kg/ha) Normal Production Prodn. (000 tonnes) Increase Over Normal increase Over Normal increase Over Normal
NFSM districts 673 539 477 459 318 247 -19.9 -3.77 -22.33
Non N.F.S.M. Districts 234 191 488 459 111 88 -18.4 -5.94 -20.72
Andhra Pradesh 907 730 480 459 429 335 -19.5 -4.38 -21.91
Source Directorate of economics Statistics,
AP
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IMPACT OF THE MISSION- TOTAL PULSES - Rabi
2008-09
Source Departmental Estimates
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NFSM-YEARWISE BUDGET RELEASE EXPENDITURE DETAILS
( Rs in Lakhs)
Sl.No Year Scheme Approved by GOI Release Expenditure Balance Remarks
1 2007-08 NFSM-Rice 1574.83000 1574.8300 654.6783 920.1517  
    NFSM-Pulses 2811.00000 2811.0000 1876.3869 934.6131  
    Publicity 76.00000 76.0000 76.0000 0.0000
      4461.8300 4461.8300 2607.0651 1854.7649  
2 2008-09 NFSM-Rice 3668.68900 3334.76900 2498.36100 836.40800 Release includes the revalidated amount of Rs.1854.765 Unspent Balances under Rice Pulses of 2007-08
    NFSM-Pulses 6833.94500 6833.94400 5683.18800 1150.75600 Release includes the revalidated amount of Rs.1854.765 Unspent Balances under Rice Pulses of 2007-08
    Publicity 100.00000 100.00000 196.85000 -96.85000 Release includes the revalidated amount of Rs.1854.765 Unspent Balances under Rice Pulses of 2007-08
      10602.63400 10268.71300 8378.39900 1890.31400  
3 2009-10 NFSM-Rice 4669.365 3735.492 904.38 2831.11200 1. Release includes the revalidated amount of Rs.1987.159 Unspent Balances under Rice Pulses of 2008-09 2. 2009-10 expenditure upto 31.8.2009 is Committed Expenditure 3. 2208.475 under
    NFSM-Pulses 9553.746 7642.997 3262.599 4380.39800 1. Release includes the revalidated amount of Rs.1987.159 Unspent Balances under Rice Pulses of 2008-09 2. 2009-10 expenditure upto 31.8.2009 is Committed Expenditure 3. 2208.475 under
    Additional BE 2208.475       1. Release includes the revalidated amount of Rs.1987.159 Unspent Balances under Rice Pulses of 2008-09 2. 2009-10 expenditure upto 31.8.2009 is Committed Expenditure 3. 2208.475 under
    Publicity-BE 271.00       1. Release includes the revalidated amount of Rs.1987.159 Unspent Balances under Rice Pulses of 2008-09 2. 2009-10 expenditure upto 31.8.2009 is Committed Expenditure 3. 2208.475 under
      16702.586 11378.489 4166.979 7211.51  
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REDGRAM DEVELOPMENT IN IRRIGATED AREAS IN AP
  • Redgram Production in the state is not keeping
    pace with the local requirement resulting in its
    soaring prices. Redgram requirement is about 9.38
    lakh tons/ year as against 2.01 Lakh tons of
    production during 2008-09 with a shortfall of
    7.37 lakh tons.
  • It is decided to cover an area of 3.0 Lakh hac
    during Rabi-2009-10 in irrigated areas. To
    motivate the farmers to take up Redgram during
    Rabi
  • Treated Redgram seed is being supplied on 75
    subsidy.
  • Instructions have been issued to organize
    trainings workshops immediately to create
    awareness among the farmers regarding the need to
    take up Redgram cultivation.
  • Government has announced a special incentive of
    Rs.1500/- per qtl in addition to the MSP
    (Rs.2000/-per qtl).

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FARM MECHANIZATION COMPONENT UNDER NFSM-2009-10
  • NFSM (Rice)
  • Amount Allocated Rs. 1332.00 lakhs
  • Expenditure incurred Rs. 66.32 lakhs
  • (upto 29-08-09)
  • NFSM (Pulses)
  • Amount Allocated Rs. 825.00 lakhs
  • Expenditure incurred Rs. 71.61 lakhs
  • (upto 29-08-09)

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RASHTRIYA KRISHI VIKAS YOJANA (RKVY)
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(RKVY) 2009-10 Overview
  • The State Level Sanction Committee has sanctioned
    45 projects with an outlay of Rs. 497.39 crores
    for the year 2009-10. Out of which, GoI have
    initially allocated an amount of Rs. 315.33
    crores under RKVY and accordingly plan was
    revised.
  • Recently GoI allocated an additional amount of
    Rs. 94.67 crores for the year 2009-10.
  • Latest proposal for RKVY is for Rs. 410.00
    crores.
  • Govt. of India have released an amount of Rs.
    157.67 crores so far.

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Funds utilization under RKVY
(Rs. in Crores)
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Sector wise Financial Status under RKVY 2008-09
(Rs. in Crores)
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Comprehensive District Agricultural Plans
(C-DAPs under RKVY)
  • MANAGE has prepared C-DAPs for 22 districts and
    State Agriculture Plan (SAP), which were vetted
    by Institute of Social and Economic Changes,
    Bangalore (as per directions by GoI)
  • The vetted C-DAPs and SAP were already submitted
    to GoI personally on 21.05.2009.

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Sector wise allocation and progress under RKVY
2009-10
(Rs. in Crores)
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Project wise progress under Agriculture 2009-10
(Rs. in crores)
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Drought Contingency under RKVY
  • It is planned to distribute 3.71 lakh Qtls. of
    alternate crop seed of Agriculture field crops
    under Drought Contingency Plan on 50 subsidy
    with an outlay of Rs. 55.00 crores from RKVY to
    cover an extent of 10.92 lakh ha.
  • It is also planned to distribute vegetable seed
    of Horticulture on 75 subsidy under Drought
    Contingency Plan with an outlay of Rs. 4.92
    crores from RKVY to cover 22,650 ha.

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High Cost Machinery under RKVY
  • It is planned to distribute High Cost Machinery
    to Rythu Mithra Groups/Mutually Aided
    Co-operative Societies/Rythu clubs of NABARD by
    providing financial assistance of 50 of total
    cost of the machinery or Rs. 10 lakhs which
    ever is less.
  • To create awareness among farming community on
    High cost machinery and its usage, an exhibition
    cum demonstration was organized at Hyderabad
    during September, 09, wherein, farmers and
    Officials from all over the State were
    participated.
  • Allocation is made for Rs. 18.70 crores under
    high cost machinery under RKVY

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Exhibition on High Cost Machinery under RKVY
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Combine Harvester
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STRENGTHENING EXTENSION MACHINERY AT STATE LEVEL
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STRENGTHENING EXTENSION
  • Recruitment of 422 MAOs 1070 AEOs during
    2008-09.
  • Orientation course to all the recruited AOs
    AEOs conducted
  • Annual Refresher course organised for 4000
    Extension Staff before Kharif season
  • Pre Kharif Technology Awareness campaign, will
    be conducted during April May 2009 in each
    village by Agril., Horti., AH Officers
    (Fisheries Sericulture staff is involved
    wherever necessary
  • Black Board erected at Public Places in each
    village for updated information to farmers
  • Laptops Digital cameras provided to all the
    253 ADAs (R) to facilitate uploading the
    information in Agrisnet.
  • Provided Mobility and Cell phones to all the
    MAOs and ADAs.
  • Annual Awards to best farmers for each crop,
    Extension Staff, Scientists at District and
    State level (Rs. 10,000/- each at State level and
    Rs. 5000/- at District level)
  • 2.27 lakh Rythu Mithra Group formed for group
    approach in Agri business, obtaining Credit
    Inputs, technical upgradation, etc.

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AGRISNET (AGriculture Resource Information System
NETwork)
  • AGRISNET project was launched for the benefit
    of farming community.
  • The entire portal is in the local dialect i.e
    Telugu with Pictures, Videos Audios, so that
    any farmer can use the portal with the help of
    the mouse

Through the website the farmer can have access to
information on
  • Rates of
  • Fertilizers
  • MSP
  • Weather related information
  • Agro-advisories
  • Weather forecast

Farm Implements working videos
Market Information Linked to http//market.ap.nic.
in
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AGRISNET(AGrisnet Resource Information NETwork)
  • Farmer Sensitizing videos on
  • Seed Treatment
  • Purchase of Seeds
  • Purchase of Inputs
  • Polam Badi
  • Intercrops
  • IPM
  • Success stories
  • Precautions etc.,

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  • Research - Extension Linkage
  • 49 Agril. Research Stations exist all over the
    State, with 900 Scientists
  • 22 KVKs functioning _at_ one in each District.
    (12 KVKs under ANGRAU,
  • 2 under ICAR and 8 under NGOs
  • 22 DAATT (Dist. Agril. Advisory and Transfer of
    Technology) Centres functioning in the State
    (one in each District)
  • 70 Scientists posted in DAATT Centres
    (Agronomists / Soil Scientists 22, Plant
    Protection Specialists 22, Extension Scientists
    22 and Home Science Scientists 4.)
  • Diagnostic Teams constituted with DAATT Centre
    Scientists and ADAs AOs to visit farmer
    fields periodically and render necessary
    guidance
  • ATMA - Workshop being conducted for 271
    Chairmen of Block level Farm Information
    Advisory Centres under ATMA Programme
  • Plan for 2009-10
  • To provide Laptops and digital cameras to all
    the 1105 MAOs to facilitate uploading the
    information in Agrisnet.
  • To establish 1105 Mandal Agril. Resource
    Centers to train farmers.
  • To deploy 21895 Farmer-Facilitators _at_ one in
    each Gram panchayat
  • To have Service Providers for Organic Farming
    Certification.

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SEEDS (Availability, treatment,
testing)
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SEED PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTATION
  • Supply of quality seed is not a one time affair,
    and it should be supplied every year for
    sustainable production.
  • The responsibility of Seed Section has increased
    many folds due to distribution of huge quantities
    of various crop seeds on subsidy under various
    schemes such as ISOPOM, NFSM and RKVY.
  • The primary duty of Seed Section is advance
    planning for production and distribution of
    various classes of seeds to meet the State
    requirement.

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SEED SUPPLY PLAN FOR RABI 2009-10
Sl. No. Crop Area Planned lakh ha. Total seed requirement Planned SRR() Planned supply Seed availability Seed availability Total Seed availability
Sl. No. Crop Area Planned lakh ha. Total seed requirement Planned SRR() Planned supply Govt. agencies Private agencies Total Seed availability
1 Paddy 15.60 780000 91 794731 203092 596325 799417
2 Jowar 3.57 35700 96 35000 500 35630 36130
3 Maize 3.50 63000 100 65000 2860 75250 78110
4 Green gram 1.50 30000 50 17605 6940 23565 30505
5 Black gram 3.50 70000 66 48000 14100 57500 71600
6 Bengal gram 6.50 422500 70 350000 450900 150000 600900
7 Groundnut 3.00 450000 59 265900 284930 125000 409930
8 Sesamum 0.35 1750 50 925 1750 850 2600
9 Sunflower 3.50 17500 100 30000 0 31000 31000
10 Safflower 0.14 1400 60 940 0 1500 1500
11 Other Crops 0.84 4200 25 1100 0 4500 4500
  TOTAL 42.00 18,76,050 16,09,201 9,65,072 11,01,120 20,66,192
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SUBSIDY SEED DISTRIBUTION
(Qty. in Qtls. Rs. in Lakhs.)
Sl. No. Name of the crop Distribution Rabi 2008-09 Subsidy Value Rabi 2008-09 Distribution Rabi 2009-10 (Plan) Subsidy Value Rabi 2009-10 (Plan)
1 Groundnut 1,96,210 3,041 2,50,000 2,938
2 Bengalgram 2,94,960 5,604 4,15,000 7,470
3 Maize 35,949 899 77,000 1,925
4 Blackgram 14,703 309 30,000 1,200
5 Sunflower 10,186 1,070 20,000 2,100
6 Greengram 2,732 52 6,900 193
7 Wheat 4,000 45 5,000 75
8 Jowar 75 2 4,000 100
9 Sesamum 113 3 600 19
  Grand Total 5,95,244 11,134 8,08,500 16,020
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STATUS OF SEED REPLACEMENT RATE
Sl. No. Name of the crop Target SRR () 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 (Plan)
1 Paddy 25 76 82 83
2 Soybean 25 87 100 100
3 Redgram 25 44 55 64
4 Greengram 25 49 48 50
5 Blackgram 25 32 43 47
6 Bengal gram 25 58 78 84
7 Groundnut 25 31 50 55
8 Sesamum 25 23 31 32
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Quality control, Seed Law Enforcement and
implementation of Seeds (Control) Order 1983
during 2009-10
  • 8382 seed samples have been drawn and analyzed
    by 4 notified labs.
  • 194 samples were declared sub-standard.
  • 1576 Bt cotton samples were drawn and 96
    samples were declared sub-standard. Prosecution
    has been initiated in all these cases.
  • 208 Seed Squads were constituted who have
    inspected 6030 outlets.
  • The Squads have detained 18038 quintals of
    seed worth Rs. 1798 lakhs.
  • The Squads have seized 1499 quintals of seed
    worth Rs. 188 lakhs.
  • 16 cases were booked and 8 persons were
    arrested
  • 11 Seed Licenses were suspended / cancelled
  • 19 Single Window Diagnostic Seed Testing Labs
    have analyzed 4985 service seed samples
  • The DNA Fingerprinting Lab is involved in
    analysis of Genetic Purity, Varietals Purity,
    Event confirmation, Bt Quantification besides
    regular analysis of Germination, Moisture and
    Physical purity.

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MICRO IRRIGATION
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APMIP LAUNCHED
  • Task force constituted during May2003 by GoI
  • Task force recommended for large scale use of
    Micro irrigation
  • APMIP launched during November2003 after Task
    Force Report
  • Area covered before APMIP 1992-2003 - 1.05
    lakh ha
  • Area covered under APMIP Nov2003 March09-
    5.08 lakh ha
  • Total achievement 6.13 lakh ha

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AREA UNDER MICRO IRRIGATION IN A.P
(Area in ha)
Particulars Prior to APMIP (1992-2003) Under APMIP (Nov'03-Mar'09) Total
Drip 77665 332395 410060
Sprinkler 27602 175742 203344
Total 105267 508137 613404
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PROGRESS OF APMIP SINCE INCEPTION
(Area in ha., Rs. in Crores)
S. No Period Drip Drip Drip Sprinkler Sprinkler Sprinkler Total Total Total
S. No Period Physical Financial Financial Physical Financial Financial Physical Financial Financial
S. No Period Physical Total Cost Subsidy Physical Total Cost Subsidy Physical Total Cost Subsidy
1 Nov.,03 to March,04 3780 11.34 5.67 20770 20.80 10.40 24550 32.14 16.07
2 April,04 to March,05 24905 99.60 49.80 40020 50.00 25.00 64925 149.60 74.80
3 April,05 to March06 51811 207.00 103.50 25000 31.30 15.60 76811 238.30 119.10
4 April,06 to March07 66258 288.90 182.90 23750 38.80 21.00 90008 327.70 203.90
5 April,07 to March08 90000 364.40 265.70 30000 41.58 30.14 120000 405.98 295.84
6 April,08 to March09 95641 356.29 281.47 36202 50.00 39.50 131843 406.28 320.96
  Total 332395 1327.53 889.04 175742 232.48 141.64 508137 1560.00 1030.67
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ACTION PLAN 2009-10
Subsidy 100 for SCs STs 90 to others,
Physical Target 1.50 lakh ha Drip 1.125
lakh ha Sprinkler 0.375 lakh ha Project
Cost Rs. 594.29 crores Subsidy (90) Rs.
552.20 Crores GOI share (40) Rs.168.86 crores
State Share (50) Rs. 383.34 Crores Benef.
contribution Rs. 42.09 crores
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MONITORING AND EVALUATION
100 third party verification by AP Productivity
Council
Survey period(Nov2003 to Mar2008) Area
Surveyed - 3.76 lakh ha No. of farmers - 2.56
lakh Nos. Status of survey - 97 of the MI
systems existing and performing -
2.5 of the systems existing and non-
performing - 0.5 of the
systems non existing All 2.5 Non-performing
converted as performing by providing proper
training and service
Contd.
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IMPACT EVALUATION
Contd.
  1. 2.46 lakh farmers (96) informed -saving of water
    with 25-50
  2. 2.41 lakh farmers (94) opined- achieved
    increased yield with 25-50 in case of Drip and
    50 in case of sprinkler.
  3. 2.05 lakh farmers (80) indicated -savings in
    labour cost by more than Rs.2000/- per acre per
    annum
  4. 2.30 lakh farmers (90) claimed - increased of
    income from. Rs.10,000/- to 25,000/- per acre per
    annum.
  5. 100 additional yield in case of Sugar cane
  6. 1.81 lakh farmers felt - incidence of pests
    reduced

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Estimated benefits of APMIP
Crop Area covered, ha Increase in Yield,
Sugarcane 15338 40-60
Banana 21114 32-50
Citrus 98450 35-45
Papaya 9763 35-45
Sapota 5914 20-30
Promegranate 3233 15-25
Mango 76794 50-70
Coconut 2458 15-25
Grapes 1306 20-30
Vegetables 13798 20-40
Oil palm 20407 20-40
Other (Drip) crops 63823 20-40
Sprinkler crops 175740 20-30
Total 508137  
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FERTILIZERS (AVAILABILITY, TESTING INM)
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PRODUCT WISE CONSUMPTION DURING LAST YEAR,
SUPPLIES DURING KHARIF 09 AND ALLOTMENTS FOR
RABI 2009-10
(in LMTs)
Product Consumption during Kharif 2008 GoI Approved plan for Kharif 2009 Supplies as on 22-9-09 Consump- tion during Rabi 2008-09 Dept. Projections for Rabi 2009-10 GoI Approved plan for Rabi 2009-10
DAP 5.08 5.00 5.63 4.51 6.00 4.75
COMPLEXES 8.34 11.50 8.06 7.1 13.00 9.00
UREA 13.64 13.50 10.25 13.69 15.00 14.00
MOP 3.14 3.25 1.46 2.87 3.50 3.35
SSP 0.54 1.50 0.64 0.93 1.50 1.50
OTHERS 0.97 1.00 0.20 0.86 1.25 1.25
 TOTAL 31.71 35.75 26.23 29.96 40.25 33.85
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DISTRIBUTION OF ZINC SULPHATE ON 50 SUBSIDY
DISTRIBUTION OF GYPSUM ON 50 SUBSIDY FOR
RECLAMATION OF ALKALI SOILS
Physical in MT / Financial Rs in Lakhs
2008-09 Physical Financial
Target 10000 1650.00
Achievement 9140.83 1506.19
Kharif 2009
Target 6200 954.80
Achievement 3488.02 537.15
Rabi 2009-10
Target 3800 585.20
Provisional as on 5-9-09 Provisional as on 5-9-09 Provisional as on 5-9-09
2008-09 (75 ) Physical Financial
Target 40000 450.00
Achievement 22058.34 321.714
Kharif 2009 (50 )
Target 36000 356.04
Achievement 3000 29.67
Rabi 2009-10 (50 )
Target 6500 65.43
Provisional as on 5-9-09 Provisional as on 5-9-09 Provisional as on 5-9-09
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INITIATIVES FOR PROMOTION OF ORGANIC FARMING
  • Support for Organic inputs Vermicompost
    units / Green manure seed / Biofertilizers (Seed
    treatment soil application)
  • Certification of Organic farming

SUPPORT FOR ORGANIC INPUTS
(Financial Rs. in lakhs)
Year Vermicompost Vermicompost Green Manure Seed Green Manure Seed Biofertilizers Biofertilizers
Year Phy (No. of units) Fin Phy (No. of Qtls) Fin Phy (IN MT) Fin
2004-05 1800 59.00 30859 285.00 65.23 11.41
2005-06 9901 373.00 47715 527.00 68.20 11.94
2006-07 16112 481.00 48875 526.00 81.03 15.88
2007-08 1391 68.00 56273 578.00 87.57 16.42
2007-08 1391 68.00 56273 578.00 87.57 16.42
2008-09 6085 297.00 105244 931.86 104.60 19.61
2009-10 (Plan) 4506 585.00 52080 867.00 118.54 22.22
As on 30-8-09 450 59.00 29850 386.00 55.32 10.37
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SOIL HEALTH FERTILITY MANAGEMENT
Collecting Soil Sample
Soils of Andhra Pradesh
  • 5 lakh Soil Samples are being analyzed every
    year in 84 laboratories at Regional, District
    and Agril. Market levels and Soil Health Cards
    distributed.
  • Soil Fertility Status of each village painted
    at a Prominent Place in the village, to show
    comparative Nutrient content in different areas.
  • Mandal Soil Resource Atlas showing Soil
    characteristics and soil suitability for
    important crops provided to each Mandal Agril.
    Officer.

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QUALITY CONTROL-ACTION TAKEN
  • 2660 MTs of Fertilizers worth Rs.1.81 crores
    detained / seized as on 1-9-2009
  • 24 licenses suspended / cancelled
  • 11 persons arrested
  • 15 criminal cases booked
  • 5 Disciplinary cases initiated against
    departmental officers

FERTILIZER SAMPLES TARGETS ACHIEVEMENTS
Targets for the year 2009-10 Target upto Aug09 (Prorata basis) Achvt upto Aug09 Achvt Non-Standard
15000 6176 4955 79.33 79
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BEST PRACTICES
  • 1. Effective conduct of Polam Badi
  • Practices validated by ANGRAU
  • Documentation
  • Weekly timetable
  • Advance financial assistance
  • Capacity building and orientation
  • Effective monitoring and supervision
  • 2. Strengthening Seed, Fertilizer and Pesticide
    labs
  • 3. Institutional credit and insurance support to
    farmers
  • 4. e-vyavasayam - AGRISNET
  • 5. DAATT Centres in all districts (District
    Agriculture Advisory Technology Transfer Centres)
  • 6. WTO Cell

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Effective conduct of Polam Badi (FARMER FIELD
SCHOOLS)
  • Farmer Field Schools are organized on
    Integrated Crop Management techniques which
    includes INM,IPM and other agronomical practices
    so as to increase productivity with reduced cost
    of cultivation and improved quality for higher
    returns.
  • The main principles of farmer field schools are
    followed 1).Grow healthy crop, 2).Conserve
    natural enemies, 3).Conduct regular field
    observations and 4).Make the farmers as ICM
    experts.
  • Location specific production gaps have been
    identified based on baseline survey and efforts
    were made to bridge the gaps effectively
    specially seed treatment with bio-agents, use of
    high yielding and pest tolerance varieties,
    maintaining optimum plant population, use of
    fertilizers based on soil test analysis,
    correction of major micro nutrient deficiencies,
    adopting IPM practices to check the pest
    incidence.

Seed Treatment
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Nursery pulling
Seed germination
Seedling root dip
Optimum plant population
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  • Pseudomonas
  • fluorescens

Zinc deficiency corrected field
Pheromone traps
Trichogramma
Bird perches
Field day
Zinc deficiency
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IPM Methods
Border crop
Trap crop
Crop field
NPV
Pheromones
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IMPACT OF POLAM BADI

(average of 2005-06, 2006-07, 2007-08
and 2008-09)
Item Paddy Paddy Maize Maize Redgram Redgram Groundnut Groundnut Cotton Cotton
Item ICM Farm. pract. ICM Farm. pract. ICM Farm. pract. ICM Farm. pract. ICM Farm. pract.
Yield (qtls/acre) 23.5 21 23.7 20.3 5.5 4.5 6.2 5.1 9.3 8.1
Cost of cultivation (Rs./acre) 7408 8588 6356 7212 5482 6124 6610 7139 8140 9683
Gross returns (Rs./acre) 17576 15660 15557 13455 9621 8090 12741 10570 19089 16293
Net returns (Rs. per acre) 10170 7074 9202 6243 4139 1966 6131 3430 10948 6610
Net benefit over farmers practice (Rs. Per acre) 3096   2959   2174   2700   4339  
The impact of polam badi has been encouraging
specially in enhancing the productivity, reducing
cost of cultivation and increasing the net
benefit over farmers practice.
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Progress of polam badi during kharif 2009 and
programme for rabi 2009-10
Sl. No. Crop Kharif 2009 Kharif 2009 Kharif 2009 Kharif 2009 Programme for Rabi 2009-10 Programme for Rabi 2009-10
Sl. No. Crop Physical Physical Financial Financial Phy Fin.
Sl. No. Crop Target Ach. Allocation Comted. Exp. Phy Fin.
1 Rice 2943 1819 500.31 42.17 2237 380.29
2 Maize 170 44 38.56 2.84 392 88.91
3 Pulses 208 108 47.17 2.91 602 136.53
4 Oil seeds 802 422 181.89 54.81 1321 299.60
5 Cotton 629 470 106.93 26.11    
6 Others 55 5 9.35 0.29 3 0.51
  Total 4807 2868 884.2 129.13 4555 905.842
  No.of farmers to be trained 144210 86040     136650  
  • Targets of farmers field schools during kharif
    2009 were not achieved due to prevailing
    drought conditions in the state. The state Govt.
    also declared 971 mandals as drought affected
    mandals out of the 981 rural mandals

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REGULATORY SUPPORT
  • DNA finger printing lab located at Hyderabad.
    Functioning with 4 Agricultural Officers one
    ADA. They will analyze GM crops for genetic
    purity, event confirmation, Varietal
    identification BT Quantification
  • b) Established coding centre for Fertilizer
    Pesticides, --assisted by 1 DDA, 3 AOs .Centre
    receives samples from Districts, decode it and
    will send to laboratories for analysis
  • c) In every district one single window
    diagnostic centre is opened to analyze Seed and
    Fertilizer samples referred by farmers.
  • d) Established Bio pesticide Testing Lab at
    Hyderabad
  • e) Established (14) Biological Control
    Laboratories in the State .Each Lab is
    functioning with 1 ADA 2 AOs 2 Lab Assistants.
    Produced the following Bio agents during 2007-08,
    2008-09 and 2009-10

Name of the Bio-agent Production Production 2009-10 2009-10
Name of the Bio-agent 2007-08 2008-09 Targeted production Produced so for
Trichoderma viride (Kgs) 48701 96496 104000 30745
Pseudomonas fluroscence (Kgs) 18455 38692 48000 24760
Tricho cards (Nos) 59375 80287 81429 12351
NPV( in LE) 4115477 4815469 7100000 --
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INSTITUTIONAL CREDIT INSURANCE SUPPORT TO
FARMERS
Rs. in Crores
  • Pavala vaddi - Crop loan at 3 Interest Rs.
    310 crores provided during 2008-09
  • 63 lakh farmers covered under GOI Loan Waiver
    Scheme with Financial benefit of Rs. 11354
    crores.
  • 37 lakh Farmers not benefited under GOI Loan
    Waiver Scheme were given an incentive up to Rs.
    5000/- (Rs. 1776 crores)
  • Proposed to deliver Agril. Credit of Rs.
    32,500 Crores during 2009-10.
  • Crop Insurance at village level introduced for
    the major crop in each district
  • Rs. 1161 crores of compensation towards Crop
    Insurance paid during past five years.

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Cont
  • DAATT Centre is functioning in each district
    with a team of four Scientists from Agronomy /
    Entomology / Pathology / Home Science faculties,
    who jointly tour the problem areas as a
    diagnostic team along with ADAs/MAOs and
    provide solutions on the spot.
  • WTO Cell in the Department of Agriculture has
    trained 620 farmers involved in Organic Farming
    and Export activities to meet the Global
    Quality Standards.
  • WTO Cell is also taking 440 Farmers an Exposure
    visit to Jalgaon (MS) to witness the Good
    Agriculture Practices, to replicate the same in
    ensuing Kharif season.
  • AGRISNET project was launched for the benefit
    of farming community. The entire portal is in
    the local language Telugu with Pictures, Videos
    Audios, so that any farmer can use the portal
    with the help of the mouse

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