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Title: National Horticulture Mission


1
National Horticulture Mission
Micro Irrigation Project
National Mission on Bamboo
2
Indian Horticulture-Strengths
  • Horticulture contributes 28.5 of GDP in
    agriculture and 52 of export share in
    agriculture from cultivated area of 8.5
  • Varying agroclimatic conditions permit
    cultivation of all types of crops found world
    over
  • Fairly good research infrastructure available
    through ICAR NRCs, SAUs, CSIR
  • Seasonal advantage for export to temperate
    countries
  • Largest producer of banana, mango and cabbage
  • Highest productivity in grapes, sapota and banana
  • Largest producer and consumer of cashew and
    spices
  • Increasing role of private sector in research,
    seed production, PHM microirrigation
    equipments, processing and exports

3
Trends in Production of Fruit, Vegetables and
Overall Horticultural Crops
Overall increase in decadal Production 50.90
Annual growth rate of hort. 5.7 (against 2.9
for food grains)
Source NHB
4
Trends in Productivity of Fruit, Vegetables and
Overall Horticultural Crops
Vegetables
Fruit
Horticultural Crops
Overall increase in productivity 17.30
Source NHB
5
Productivity of Fruits Vegetables India
vis-à-vis World, China and Brazil
Productivity (T/Ha)
Source- FAO
6
Export of Horticultural Commodities
Annual growth rate in horticultural exports 12
in quantity and 34 in value
Source APEDA
7
Trends in Fruit Vegetables Processing
  • Only 46.04 processing capacity is being
    utilized
  • 0.80 of horticultural produce is being processed

Source Annual Report 2003-04, MFPI
8
Problem Areas
  • Large area under old/ senile plantations
  • Poor quality of seeds/ planting material and low
    rate of replacement of seeds/ cultivars
  • Lack of irrigation
  • Economy of scales lacking
  • Inadequate storage and cold chain
  • Inadequate research, extension and credit support
  • High wastages of the produce (8-37)
  • Only 0.8 of produce is processed
  • Inadequate processing and marketing
    infrastructure
  • Inadequate institutional support particularly in
    NE and other hilly region

9
Problem Areas- contd..
  • Inadequate safety standards, infrastructure for
    quality check and enforcement mechanism
  • Weak database
  • Ill equipped implementing machinery in States
  • Poor HRD infrastructure
  • Little hedge against uncertainty/ risks

10
Need for Mission Approach
  • Coordinated end to end approach
  • Resolving inter sectoral issues for addressing
    problem areas and promoting multi- dimensional
    reforms- research, production, processing,
    marketing and institutional framework
  • Time bound accomplishment with a sense of urgency
  • Mission Statement To double horticultural
    production to 300 million tonnes by the end of
    2011-12 from the level of 152 million tonnes in
    2000-01

11
Mission Strategy
  • Improve production
  • Post harvest management
  • Processing value addition
  • Marketing
  • Export

12
Production Strategies- to Improve productivity
and acreage
  • Research extension inputs/ farming systems/
    technologies
  • Promotional as well as Commercial production for
    selected crops on cluster basis project-based
    approach
  • Micro irrigation for improved water use
    efficiency
  • Strengthening delivery mechanism for seeds /
    planting material / nutrients/pesticides
  • Establishment of TC units/plant health clinics
  • Hi-tech farming/precision farming

13
Production Strategies- to Improve productivity
and acreage
  • Acreage Improvement Strategy
  • New gardens through development of wasteland /
    utilization of bunds / diversification from other
    crops
  • Special thrust on Hill/ Island areas and
    peri-urban areas
  • Appropriate inter-cropping
  • Organic farming, contract farming
  • Farmers HRD through institutional training/farm
    visits
  • Appropriate media support/experts visit to
    farmers field
  • Subsidy and credit

14
Strategies- to Improve PHM
  • Organize farmers groups, cooperatives models
    including NDDB model,self-help groups, producer
    companies and other associations
  • Provide for collection centres and transportation
    to local markets
  • Provide for a network of cold chain
    storages/reefer vans all over the country in
    cooperative/private/ public sector

Strategies- to Improve Marketing
  • Reduce gap between farmers share in consumers'
    price
  • 7307 markets regulated by APMCs
  • NDDB Bangalore model (transparency, cold chains,
    linkage with farmers)
  • Provide infrastructure for local markets,help set
    up NDDB type markets

15
Strategies- to Improve Processing
  • Processing capacity and distribution network to
    be strengthened
  • Primary Processing facilities to be set up in
    production clusters
  • Technology up gradation/ research to be promoted

16
Strategies- to Improve Export promotion
  • Ongoing export promotion programme to be
    strengthened
  • Marketing Intelligence to be streamlined
  • Marketing research to be strengthened
  • Standard development, testing facilities and
    enforcement mechanism required
  • Training of farmers/ entrepreneurs

17
  Mission Structure
General Council Agriculture Minister-
Chairperson Ministers/ Secretaries of concerned
Ministries/ Experts/ Representatives of Growers
/Processors/CII/FICCI Members Mission
Director-Member Secretary
Executive Committee Secretary (AC)-
Chairperson Secretaries of concerned Ministries/
Experts/ Representatives of Growers
/Processors/CII /FICCI Members Mission
Director- Member Secretary
NATIONAL
Mission Secretariat Horticulture Division  
Advisory Committees for Functional area /
important crops 
TECHNICAL SUPPORT GROUP (TSG)
STATE HORTICULTURE MISSION (Registered Society)
STATE
Executive Committee Chief Secretary/ APC-
Chairperson Secretaries of concerned Departments/
Experts/ Growers representatives/ State level
cooperatives/ Central Nominees/ Representatives
of National Mission Processors Members State
Mission Director - Member Secretary
District Mission Committee DC/ Collector-Chairman
Growers Group/ SHGs/ District level
cooperatives- Members DHO- Member Secretary
DISTRICT
18
Norms for Assistance to begin with
19
Total fund Requirement
 
(Rs. in crores)
20
MICRO IRRIGATION PROJECT
21
STATUS OF MICRO/SPRINKLER IRRIGATION IN INDIA AS
ON 31.3.04 (HA)
As Communicated by State Governments
22
POTENTIAL OF MICRO/ SPRINKLER IRRIGATION-STATE
MIX (Mill. ha)
23
SHARING OF SYSTEM COST
AVERAGE COST PER HECTARE
Drip Irrigation Rs 45,000 Sprinkler
Irrigation Rs 15,000
Proposed Financial Assistance to farmer 50 of
unit cost
PROPOSED SHARING OF SYSTEM COST
  • 40 by GOI
  • 10 by State Govt. through RIDF loan
  • 50 by farmer through own resource or loan from
    bank.

24
PROJECT BUDGET
25
DELIVERY MECHANISM-SUGGESTED MODEL
MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE
NCPA / NCPF
Technology/ Monitoring
Funds
STATE MI COMMITTEE
State MI Cell
DRDA
SYSTEM SUPPLIERS (Post Installation Maintenance)
Funds
FARMERS
26
NATIONAL MISSION ON BAMBOO TECHNOLOGY AND TRADE
DEVELOPMENT
  • An integrated programme of
  • Expansion and scientific management of Bamboo
    resources with the involvement of JFM committees,
    local initiatives.
  • Entrepreneurship for presenting this processed
    raw material for the Industries.
  • Assisting the Industry to access and apply modern
    technology for producing globally competitive new
    generation bamboo products.

27
BAMBOO MISSION TARGETS DURING X PLAN
  • Coverage of about 1.5 lakh ha under new bamboo
    plantations
  • Establishment of nurseries
  • Setting up of bamboo markets for raw and finished
    products
  • Promotion of bamboo shoots product development
  • HRD in bamboo management
  • Bamboo flowering management

28
Availability of BambooGrowing Stock 80.43 m MT,
Collection 13.5 m MTArea 8.96 m ha
S No. State/region Area Growing stock
1 North East 28.0 66
2 Madhya Pradesh 20.3 12
3 Maharashtra 9.9 5
4 Orissa 8.7 7
5 Andhra Pradesh 7.4 2
6 Karnataka 5.5 3
7 Others 20.2 5
29
Consumption Pattern
S. No. Use Consumption Percentage
1 Paper Pulp 35.00
2 Housing 20.00
3 Non-residential 5.00
4 Rural Usage 20.00
5 Fuel 8.50
6 Packing 5.00
7 Furniture 1.00
8 Other wood based industries 2.50
9 Others-ladder,mats etc. 3.00
30
PROPOSED BUDGET FOR NMBTTD
Rs in crore
31
ISSUES FOR CONSIDERATION
32
ISSUES FOR CONSIDERATION
  • Establishment/Identification of State
    Horticulture Mission Cell
  • All horticulture programmes and related
    activities in States to be executed under one
    umbrella.
  • Reforms, particularly in marketing through
    amendment of APMC Act

33
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