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Title: Agriculture and Cooperation Department


1
Gujarat Agriculture XI PLAN Outcomes
Strategies
May 18th, 2009
  • Agriculture and Cooperation Department
  • Government of Gujarat

2
One's destination is never a place but rather a
new way of looking at things.
- Henry Miller
3
Gujarat Agriculture at a Glance
  • Total Geographical Area 196 lakh hectares
  • Net Area Sown 101 lakh hectares
  • Total Cropped Area 128 lakh hectares
  • Agro Climatic Zones 8
  • Gross Irrigated area 36
  • Net Irrigated area 34.4
  • Total Operational land holder 42.4 lakh
  • Average land holding 2.33 ha

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Agro-climatic Zones of Gujarat According to
Rainfall and Soil Type
Sr Sub-region Rainfall (mm) Types of Soil
1 Southern Hills 1500 and above Deep black with patches of coastal alkali lateritic and medium black soil
2 South Gujarat 1000 to1500 Deep black clayey soils
3 Middle Gujarat 800 to1000 Deep black to loamy sand
4 North Gujarat 400 to 700 Medium black
5 North Arid Zone 250 to 500 Sandy and saline soils
6 North Saurashtra 400 to 700 Shallow medium black soils
7 South Saurashtra 645 to 700 Shallow medium black calcareous soils
8 Bhal Coastal Area 625 to 1000 Medium black poorly drained and saline soils
5
Gujarat Climate
  • Mega thermic category with mean soil temperature
    exceeding 28C.
  • Air temperature in January normally remains over
    10C. Maximum temperature in May goes over 45C
    in north and north-west Gujarat.
  • Rainfall is the most dominant climatic factor.
    Average rainfall is 972 mm, received in 35 days
    mostly from June to September with a coefficient
    of variation (CV) of 50.
  • Spatially it ranges from 300 mm in north-west to
    2,200 mm in south-east.
  • 12 out of 26 districts of Gujarat are drought
    prone.
  • 24.94 area falls under arid and 33.56 is under
    semi arid area region.

6
Annual Rainfall Gujarat (in mm)
Average Years 1998
to 2007
7
GUJARAT
Area in lakh ha.
8
GUJARAT AGRICULTURE AT A GLANCE
Major Crops Kharif Cotton, Groundnut,
Sesamum, Castor, Paddy, Bajra, Maize, Tur, Green
Gram, Sugarcane Rabi / Summer Wheat, Rice,
Maize, Mustard, Gram, Groundnut, Bajra
Major Rainfed Crops Bajra, Groundnut, Sesame,
Pigeon pea, Green Gram, Gram, Desi Cotton,
Sorghum, Soyabean
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DISTRICT MAJOR CROPS
Pm, Mu, Ca
W, Mu, Ca
Co, So
Sc, Fc
10
Irrigation Potential in Gujarat (lakh ha)
SrNo Sources Ultimate Irrigation Potential Irrigation Potential created upto June, 2008 Maximum utilization upto June, 2008
A Surface water 1. Major medium schemes 2. SSP (including conjunctive use) 3. Minor projects 18.00 17.92 3.48 14.92 4.66 4.00 12.56 2.53 2.76
Total of A 39.40 23.58 17.85
B Ground water (including pvt. Resources) 25.48 18.17 19.57
Total of A B 64.88 41.75 37.42
C Indirect benefit through water conservation programme - 5.20 4.66
TOTAL 64.88 46.95 42.08
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Source Narmada, Water resource, Water supply
Kulpasar department
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Crop Performance Area (lakh ha)
Crop Normal 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09
Rice 6.80 6.89 7.59 6.89
Wheat 6.48 10.72 12.74 12.07
Bajra 10.62 9.26 9.22 6.84
Maize 4.83 4.48 4.24 4.19
Major Cereals 28.73 31.35 33.79 29.99
Tur 3.01 2.57 2.65 2.68
Gram 0.98 1.97 2.15 2.28
Major Pulses 3.99 4.54 4.8 4.96
Major Food grains 32.72 35.89 38.59 34.95
Groundnut 19.64 18.53 18.57 19.10
Castor 3.54 3.27 3.58 4.60
Sesame 3.64 3.29 3.00 2.46
Mustard 2.59 3.48 3.37 2.95
Major Oil Seeds 29.4 28.6 28.5 29.1
Cotton 18.05 23.72 24.22 24.17
Sugarcane 2.39 2.16 2.11 1.88
Normal shows average of 2001-02 to 2005-06, Last
3 yr 2006-07 to 2008-09
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Production Performance (lakh tonnes)
Crop Normal 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09
Rice 11.41 11.41 14.74 11.41
Wheat 16.06 27.97 38.38 28.97
Bajra 13.33 9.57 13.07 8.84
Maize 7.60 2.02 8.83 6.03
Major Cereals 48.40 50.97 75.02 55.25
Tur 2.36 2.15 2.94 2.44
Gram 0.81 3.06 2.10 2.05
Major Pulses 3.17 5.21 5.04 4.49
Major Food grains 51.57 56.18 80.06 59.74
Groundnut 26.90 18.50 32.99 26.77
Castor 5.88 5.89 7.08 8.28
Sesame 1.66 1.05 1.41 0.88
Mustard 3.53 4.76 5.51 2.95
Major Oil Seeds 38.1 30.2 47 38.9
Cotton 40.53 78.76 82.76 79.62
Sugarcane 17.25 16.55 15.19 15.04
Normal shows average of 2001-02 to 2005-06 , Last
3 yr 2006-07 to 2008-09
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Productivity Performance (Kg./Ha.)
Crop Normal 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09
Rice 1673 1656 1943 1656
Wheat 2423 2603 3013 2400
Bajra 1252 1034 1418 1292
Maize 1565 451 2083 1439
Major Cereals 1685 1626 2220 1842
Tur 806 838 1110 910
Gram 761 950 979 899
Major Pulses 794 1148 1050 905
Major Food grains 1576 1565 2075 1709
Groundnut 1367 999 1776 1402
Castor 1668 1800 1978 1800
Sesame 454 319 470 358
Mustard 1339 1369 1635 1000
Major Oil Seeds 1294 1057 1648 1336
Cotton 372 563 581 560
Sugarcane 7266 7660 7199 8000
Normal shows average of 2001-02 to 2005-06, Last
3 yr 2006-07 to 2008-09
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Yield Gap Management
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Yield Gap Management
Crops Kg./ Ha Graphical View Strategies
Irrigated Rice Potential State Average (Avg. of Five Years) Difference 3300 2193 34 Use of Hybrid varieties Availability of Seedling Implementation of SRI technology Micronutrient management Control of sucking pest BLB Disease Farm mechanization
Maize Potential State Average (Avg. of Five Years) Difference 3500 1211 65 Use of Hybrid varieties Micronutrient management Dissemination of package of practices in tribal pockets
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Yield Gap Management
Crops Kg./ Ha Graphical View Strategies
Wheat (Irri.) Potential State Average (Avg. of Five Years) Difference 5000 2932 41 Rapid multiplication of GW366 Ensure timely sowing Introduction of thermo- insensitive varieties Effective weed management Increased use of sprinkler irrigation
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Yield Gap Management
Crops Kg./ Ha Graphical View Strategies
Groundnut (Kharif) Potential State Average (Avg. of Five Years) Difference 2200 1535 30 Increase availability of Certified seed supply Ensure 100 seed treatment Improve SRR Micronutrient management Management of Soil born diseases Improved soil health Use of Mulching Aflatoxin free seed
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Yield Gap Management
Crops Kg./ Ha Graphical View Strategies
Castor Potential State Average (Avg. of Five Years) Difference 3500 1862 47 Increase availability of Certified seed of Castor GC7 Ensure crop rotation Effective management of soil born diseases Integrated pest control Micronutrient management
Sugarcane Potential State Average (Avg. of Five Years) Difference 120007575 37 Increased use of micro irrigation systems Integrated pest disease management Improved soil health Micronutrient management
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Yield Gap Management
Crops Kg./ Ha Graphical View Strategies
Cotton (Irrigated) Potential State Average (Avg. of Five Years) Difference 4000 2349 41 Increased use of micro irrigation systems Integrated pest disease management Improved soil health Micronutrient management
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Yield Gap Management
Crops Kg./ Ha Graphical View Strategies
Cumin Potential State Average (Avg. of Five Years) Difference 800 529 34 Crop rotation Ensure availability of Guj. Cumin-4 variety Ensure 100 seed treatment Efficient disease management Increase irrigation facilities
Mango Potential State Average (Avg. of Five Years) Difference 150008100 46 High density plantation Disease-pest management Rejuvenation of senile plantation Increased use of Micro Irrigation Mulching Use of micronutrients and growth promoters Better post harvest Management
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Yield Gap Management
Crops Kg./ Ha Graphical View Strategies
Banana Potential State Average (Avg. of Five Years) Difference  62000  48800  21 Increase use of micro irrigation Micronutrient management Use of tissue cultured plants Quality improvement Better post harvest management
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Targeted outcomes
Production increase _at_ 6 Area increase _at_ 3
Productivity increase _at_ 7
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Targets Area (lakh ha)
Crop Last year 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12
Rice 6.89 7.18 7.42 7.67
Wheat 12.07 11.56 12.42 13.35
Jowar 1.65 1.49 1.54 1.59
Bajra 6.84 9.87 10.22 10.60
Maize 4.19 5.20 5.34 5.48
Other Cereals 1.28 0.55 0.57 0.60
Major Cereals 32.92 35.84 37.52 39.29
Tur 2.68 3.36 3.44 3.52
Gram 2.28 1.83 1.96 2.10
Other Pulses 3.57 5.12 5.29 5.48
Total Pulses 8.53 10.31 10.69 11.10
Total Food grains 41.45 46.15 48.21 50.39
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Targets Area (lakh ha)
Crop Last year 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12
Groundnut 19.10 21.60 22.31 23.07
Castor 4.60 4.28 4.43 4.59
Sesame 2.46 4.00 4.07 4.14
Mustard 2.95 4.06 4.35 4.65
Total Oil Seeds 29.11 34.64 35.90 37.24
Cotton 24.17 21.97 21.47 20.98
Sugarcane 1.88 1.94 1.96 1.98
Tobacco 0.88 0.82 0.84 0.85
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Targets for Production (lakh tonnes)
Crop Last year 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12
Rice 11.41 14.88 16.31 17.88
Wheat 28.97 36.24 40.87 46.09
Jowar 2.24 1.61 1.75 1.91
Bajra 8.84 13.64 14.99 16.48
Maize 6.03 7.17 7.79 8.47
Other Cereals 1.78 0.43 0.48 0.52
Total Cereals 59.27 73.98 82.20 91.34
Tur 2.44 3.27 3.58 3.92
Gram 2.05 1.96 2.19 2.45
Other Pulses 1.84 2.47 2.68 2.92
Total Pulses 6.33 7.70 8.45 9.29
Total Food grains 65.60 81.68 90.65 100.63
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Targets for Production (lakh tonnes)
Crop Last year 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12
Groundnut 26.77 33.88 37.13 40.74
Castor 8.28 9.02 9.94 10.94
Sesame 0.88 1.79 1.93 2.08
Mustard 2.95 6.47 7.33 8.31
Total Oil Seeds 38.88 51.84 57.09 62.96
Cotton 79.62 93.39 97.37 101.52
Sugarcane 15.04 15.30 15.86 16.43
Tobacco 1.49 1.73 1.84 1.96
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Targets for Productivity (Kg./Ha.)
Crop Last year 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12
Rice 1656 2073 2198 2331
Wheat 2400 3136 3290 3451
Jowar 2240 1082 1139 1200
Bajra 1292 1383 1467 1554
Maize 1439 1378 1460 1548
Other Cereals 690 787 830 874
Total Cereals 1800 2064 2191 2325
Tur 910 973 1041 1114
Gram 899 973 1041 1114
Total Pulses 742 747 791 837
Total Food grains 1583 1770 1880 1997
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Targets for Productivity (Kg./Ha.)
Crop Last year 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12
Groundnut 1402 1568 1664 1766
Castor 1800 2106 2240 2384
Sesame 358 449 475 503
Mustard 1000 1593 1686 1786
Total Oil Seeds 1336 1496 1591 1691
Cotton 560 723 771 823
Sugarcane 8000 7880 8077 8279
Tobacco 1489 2095 2199 2309
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Major inputs required for Agriculture
Production- (1) Seed HYV, Improved variety
(2) Fertilizer Including organic fertilizer
(3) Pesticide Includes bio pesticides,
weedicides (4) Irrigation Facilities
Includes Drip SprinklersTo fulfill the basic
input needs, required sufficient credit support
to farmers at proper time with reasonable
interest rate and easy availability.
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SEED SUPPLY XI Plan
Crop Production of Certified seed (Lakh qtl) Distribution of Certified / Quality seed (Lakh qtl)
Cereals 21.26 27.75
Pulses 1.61 3.99
Oilseeds 4.74 18.78
Cotton 0.83 1.65
Total 28.44 52.17
  • Projection for targeted distribution is based on
  • 25 SRR for self pollinated crops, except
    Groundnut
  • 35 SRR for cross pollinated crops
  • 100 for Hybrid crops

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SEED - SRR
To fulfill the SRR target, State Govt has the
scheme to provide financial assistance
on additional Certified seed production
with provision of 20.00 Crores in State Budget
Crop Existing SRR 2007-08 Projected SRR 2011-12
Paddy 20.28 36.35
Moong 22.20 35.25
Udid 27.40 33.47
Tur 16.78 37.64
Sesame 85.81 95.50
Desi Cotton 23.50 35.50
Groundnut 1.90 4.53
Wheat 23.88 30.78
Gram 15.31 26.65
Mustard 70.38 90.00
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Projection for fertilizer
Year Annual Consumption (In lakh MT) Annual Consumption (In lakh MT) Annual Consumption (In lakh MT) Annual Consumption (In lakh MT) NPK Ratio
Year Nitrogen Phosphorous Potash Total NPK Ratio
2007-08 10.53 4.25 1.46 16.23 7.20 2.91 1
2008-09 10.81 4.85 1.72 17.46 6.33 2.82 1
2009-10 10.00 4.35 1.65 15.80 5.94 2.64 1
2010-11 10.20 4.50 1.80 16.50 5.67 2.50 1
2011-12 10.40 4.70 2.00 17.10 5.20 2.35 1
Ratio to be achieved through Soil health card
program, Awareness on Balanced use of fertilizer
promotion of Organic components.
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Input Management
  • 100 Seed treatment Distribution of seed
    dressing
  • drums
  • Promotion of IPM awareness for proper
    pesticide application technique
  • Promotion of Botanical pesticides Biological
    pest control
  • Use of Biocides and agent will be popularized.
  • Strengthening of pest surveillance forecasting
    system.
  • Strengthening of infrastructure development of
    biological control agents.
  • Promotion of Vermi-compost, Bio fertilizers,
    Organic farming certification
  • Strengthening of Quality control laboratories

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Farm mechanization
  • Financial assistance through CSS, State plan
    scheme
  • Micro irrigation (3.00 lakh ha in next 3 years)
    GGRC
  • Training through FTC, KVK
  • Investment in processing sector Global Investor
    summit
  • On farm value addition

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Planning for development of Arid /Semiarid areas
  • Management of soil
  • Moisture conservation
  • Ground water recharging
  • Efficient use of irrigation water
  • Micro Irrigation
  • Balanced use of Fertilizers
  • Selection of the crop and varieties
  • Agricultural practices
  • Plant protection
  • Sustainable agriculture practices

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Performance in central sector schmes
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CSS Scheme (2006-07)
(Rs. In
Lakh)
Sr. Scheme GOIState Approved Outlay GOI Release Exp. Against Release
1 Cotton Mini Mission 7525 1200.00 1095.11 1072.65 97.95
2 ISOPOM 7525 1905.00 952.50 1476.37 155.00
3 Macro Management 9010 5218.00 2330.84 5853.58 251.13
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CSS Scheme (2007-08)
(Rs. In
Lakh)
Sr. Scheme GOIState Approved Outlay GOI Release Exp. Against Release
1 Cotton Mini Mission 7525 1500.00 1372.18 1240.23 90.38
2 ISOPOM 7525 1905.00 1000.00 1671.06 167.10
3 Macro Management 9010 5465.00 5771.65 5382.86 93.26
4 NFSM 100 CSS 737.25 737.25 76.45 10.37
5 ATMA 9010 699.00 311.78 252.74 81.06
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CSS Scheme (2008-09)
(Rs. In
Lakh)
Sr. Scheme GOIState Approved Outlay GOI Release Exp. Against Release
1 Cotton Mini Mission 7525 1530.00 1283.27 1307.54 101.89
2 ISOPOM 7525 2790.00 1590.63 2183.17 137.25
3 Macro Management 9010 5045.00 5045.00 4725.30 93.66
4 NFSM 100 CSS 1308.00 833.00 505.00 60.62
5 ATMA 9010 910.76 343.85 318.74 92.69
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32 Projects sanctioned under RKVY for the year
2007-08
(Rs.in lakhs)
Sr. No Stream I or II Sector Numbers of Projects Fund Sanctioned Fund released Exp. up to March-09 Unspent balance as on 1-4-09
1 Stream-I Soil Water conservation 22 3268.00 2941.18 2941.18 --
2 Stream-I Crop Husbandry 1 30.00 30.00 30.00 ---
3 Stream-I Marketing 1 397.76 324.58 309.90 --
4 Stream-I Agri.Research Ext. 2 122.62 122.62 122.62 14.68
5 Stream-I Animal Husbandry 2 92.62 92.62 92.62 15.00
Total 28 3901.00 3511.00 3481.32 29.68
6 Stream-II Soil Water conservation 4 1250.00 1250.00 1250.00 --
Total 32 5151.00 4761.00 4731.32 29.68
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75 Projects sanctioned under RKVY for the year
2008-09 (Rs.in lakhs)
Sr No. Stream-I or II Sector No. of Projects Fund Sanctioned Fund released Exp. up to Mar.-09 Unspent balance as on 1-4-09
1 Stream-I Agri. Res. Ext. 31 5727.37 5258.02 5053.96 204.06
2 Stream-I Crop Husbandry 10 2600.78 1910.08 310.20 1599.88
3 Stream-I Horticulture 1 36.40 - - -
4 Stream-I Animal Husbandry 7 2478.36 1303.97 1249.86 54.11
5 Stream-I Soil Water Conservation 4 6662.38 6167.31 6167.31 -
6 Stream-I Marketing 5 2943.29 1891.95 627.54 1264.41
7 Stream-I Fisheries 3 1532.00 1304.29 370.90 933.39
8 Stream-I Social Forestry 3 515.62 418.38 391.76 26.62
Total 64 22496.02 18254.00 14171.53 4082.47
9 Stream-II Soil Water conservation 8 5509.00 5509.00 5509.00 --
10 Stream-II Animal Husbandry 1 400.00 400.00 399.63 0.37
11 Stream-II Agri. Res. Ext. 2 176.00 176.00 175.51 0.49
Total 11 6085.00 6085.00 6084.14 0.86
Grand Total 75 28581.02 24339.00 20255.67 4083.33
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RKVY Performance (March-09 ending)
(Rs in lakhs)
Sr.No Year Grant released by GOI Grant released by GOI Grant released by GOI Expenditure up to March.09 Expenditure up to March.09 Expenditure up to March.09 Expenditure in
Sr.No Year Stream-I Stream-II Total Stream-I Stream-II Total Expenditure in
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
1 2007-08 3511.00 1250.00 4761.00 3481.32 1250.00 4731.32 99.37
2 2008-09 18254.00 6085.00 24339.00 14171.53 6084.14 20255.67 83.22
Total 21765.00 7335.00 29100.00 17652.85 7334.14 24986.99 85.86
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Mission Statement
  • To increase crop grown area of major
    agricultural crops to 111.5 lakhs ha. by the end
    of 11th plan,
  • (97.49 lakh ha 2008-09, 14 increase)
  • To increase production of major agricultural
    crops with the output of 231.3 lakh tonnes by the
    end of 11th plan,
  • (159.70 lakh tonnes 2008-09, 45 increase)
  • To increase gross productivity of major
    agricultural crops 2076 kg/ha by the end of 11th
    plan,
  • (1638 kg/ha 2008-09, 27 increase)
  • To ensure food and nutritional security with the
    production of 100.6 lakh tonnes by the end of
    11th plan,
  • (65.60 lakh tonnes 2008-09, 53 increase)

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Major Goals
  • To improve the economic viability of farming by
    focusing on farmers net income and to ensure
    that net income increases over time in a
    sustainable manner.
  • To mainstream the equity and gender dimensions.
  • To introduce and develop a social security for
    farmers.
  • To protect and improve the land, water,
    biodiversity and climate resources essential for
    sustained advances in the productivity.
  • To ensure nutrition security by increasing
    production and productivity.
  • To attract and retain youth and women in
    scientific farming.
  • To develop Gujarat as an Agri Business hub.

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Integrated Extension Activities
  • Rabi campaign through kisan shibir, krushi-gosti,
    exhibition, krushi-mela
  • Campaign for seed treatment in rabi-summer
  • Extension for INM, IPM judicious use of
    available irrigation water
  • Implementation of ATMA, KCC
  • Involving NGOs and PPP in extension services
  • Publishing progressive farmers innovative
    practices
  • Advice on crop planning and management at micro
    level by subject experts
  • Training to the trainers (field extension staff)
  • FFS, Block demonstration, Krishi mela, Prerana
    Pravas

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NEW INITIATIVES BEST PRACTICES ADOPTED BY
STATE GOVT
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New Initiatives of the State Government
  • Establishment of Green Revolution Company for
    Micro Irrigation.
  • One month long awareness creation programme
    Krishi Mahotsav
  • Issuance of Soil Health Cards (17.50 lakhs)
  • Three phase 247 electricity supply to all
    villages (Jyotigram Yojna)
  • Enabling of Contract Farming
  • Framing of Bio-technology Policy Agri Business
    Policy
  • Policy for waste land utilization
  • Keen implementation of GOI initiatives National
    Horticulture Mission, NFSM, RKVY, National
    Project on Organic Farming, ATMA, KCC
  • Residual Testing Laboratory Navsari
  • 37 APMCs connected by futures market through
    NMCDX
  • 4 Agricultural Universities, 4 excellence center
    in each university

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SWOT Analysis of Gujarat Agriculture
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SWOT Analysis of Gujarat Agriculture
STRENGTH
  • 8 Agro-climatic zones, Wide varieties of soil,
    More than 40 major crops
  • Predominance of non-food, high value crops
  • --- i.e. cotton, castor, tobacco, isabgul,
    cumin, fennel, mango groundnut, banana
  • Entrepreneurial farmers
  • Longest sea coastline
  • Well developed infrastructure
  • Agro Industries Policy
  • Well developed Co-operatives
  • Dominance in milk sector
  • Good Governance original initiatives
  • Relatively strong marketing network
  • Recent attention to post harvest management

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SWOT Analysis of Gujarat Agriculture
WEAKNESS
  • 70 area depend on rain
  • (After completion of Sardar Sarovar Project it
    will be 49)
  • Uneven distribution of rain
  • i.e. In Kachchh 400 mm In South Gujarat
    -1500 mm
  • Drought prone area
  • Arid and semi arid area
  • 19.61 9.46 Respectively share in India
  • Declining land holding
  • i.e. The average size of holding has reduced
    from 4.11 ha in 1970-71 to 2.62 ha in 1995-96 and
    2.33 ha in 2000-01.(Provisional)
  • Saline and water logged area
  • i.e. 21.80 19.62 of total irrigated area
    respectively
  • Low technology assimilation capacity in rural
    areas
  • High cost of power
  • Flood / erosion

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SWOT Analysis of Gujarat Agriculture
Opportunity
  • GM crops, Biotechnology
  • Horticultural Development
  • Agri export zone
  • i.e. Potato, Castor, Isabgul, Fruits.
    Datepalm, Duram wheat etc
  • Organic farming Special Zone, Market for
    organic product
  • Agro processing Industries
  • i.e. Cotton, Oilseed, Tomato, Cumin,
    Isabgul, Castor, Papaya, Fruits Vegetables
  • Export potentiality
  • i.e. Cotton, Cumin, Onion, Garlic, Castor,
    Isabgul, Mango, Other fruits vegetables ,
    Flowers, Duram wheat, Processed maize etc
  • Corporate and contract farming
  • Investment in Agriculture Sector
  • Private Market, Terminal Market, E-market
  • IT network
  • Public Private Partnership, NGOs work
  • Use of solar energy in agriculture, Benefit of
    natural resource

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SWOT Analysis of Gujarat Agriculture
Threats
  • Inadequate and erratic nature of rainfall
  • Frequent draught
  • Soil erosion, Depletion of Water Table, Salinity
    ingress / Sea Water Ingress
  • Market fluctuation
  • Inadequate processing facilities

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Agril. Credit Plan/Achievement through three tier
Co-op. Credit Structure.
Items / Year 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10
No. of PACS 7857 7857 7857 7857
No. of farmers affiliated with PACS 24.75 lacs 24.75 lacs 24.75 lac 24.75 lac
Agril. Credit Planning (1) Crop Loan Rs. (2) Term Loan Rs. 3200 cr 278 cr 3200 cr 278 cr 3500 cr 306 cr 4250 cr 336 cr
Agril Credit Achievement (1) Crop Loan (A) No. of KCC (B) Amount Rs. (2) Term Loan Rs. 10.80 lacs 3185 cr 131 cr 10.81 lacs 2461 cr 288 cr 11.83 lacs 2744 cr 300 cr 12.50 lacs 1300 cr till date -
NB.(1)All eligible members are provided crop
loan through Kisan Credit Card (KCC)
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Measures for Strengthening of Cooperative Credit
Structure
  • Technological upgradation of system at
    PACS, DCCBs State level.
  • Improvement of MIS among three tiers in
    organization.
  • Implementation of CAS in CCS .
  • Computerization of accounts, data forms.
  • HRD initiatives, training of staff directors.

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Cont
  • Increase in refinance to CCS from NABARD.
  • Steps to increase low cost deposits by
    promoting SHGs.
  • Diversification of business/portfolio.
  • Implementation of Vaidhyanathan committee
    measures to strengthen Credit Cooperative
    Structure.

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Functioning of Existing Market Committees (Yards)
Year No.of APMCs No.of Talukas Pri.Mkt. Yards Sub- Yards Total
2005-06 204 225 183 207 400
2006-07 209 225 198 203 401
2007-08 209 225 198 203 401
2008-09 207 225 196 218 414
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Last Five Years Turnover (Sales) of Commodities
through APMCs.
Sr. No. Year Arrivals in M.T. Amount Rs.in crores
1 2 3 4
1. 2005-06 1258.97 10770.01
2. 2006-07 1152.53 12411.35
3. 2007-08 1144.85 13270.27
4. 2008-09 1254.23 14315.49 (approximately
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Strengthening of Agricultural Marketing Under
RKVY
Facilities Normal Tribal Total Unit Cost Area (in sq.mt) Total cost (Rs.in lakhs)
Cold Storage 09 02 11 Rs.250 Per unit 2750.00
Godowns 49 23 72 Rs.15 lakhs per unit 1080.00
Solid waste 33 08 41 Rs.10 lacs Per unit 410.00
Strengthening of new APMCs 14 05 19 Rs.40 lacs Per unit 760.00
3 of the Project cost 150.00
Total 5150.00
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