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Title: DIRECTORATE OF HORTICULTURE


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NATIONAL HORTICULTURE MISSION IN CHHATTISGARH
June 28, 2006
DIRECTORATE OF HORTICULTURE DEPARTMENT OF
AGRICULTURE A-7, VIP ESTATE, KHAMHARDIH, SHANKAR
NAGAR, RAIPUR C.G. Phone 2284955, Fax
2283505 Email dircghorticulture_at_gmail.com
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Chhattisgarh State
  • Three distinct agro-climatic zones - distinct
    climatic and edaphic characteristics provides
    opportunity for diverse Horticulture crops.

Major fruit crops Mango, Litchi, Cashew, Chickoo, Lemon, Custard-apple etc.
Major vegetables Cucurbits, cole crops, Potato, Okra and leafy vegetables.
Major spices and aromatic crops Chillies, Ginger, Onion, Garlic, Coriander, Lemon grass, Patchouli, Khus, E. Citriodora, Palmarosa, Jamarosa
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Highlights
  • Suitability of the climate - (early Dasheri
    fruits in May, successful growing of Potato in
    both Rabi and Khareef season in Ambikapur).
  • Traditionally rich pockets of specific crops -
    like Tomato in Pathalgaon block of Jashpur and
    Potato in Mainpaat of Ambikapur district and
    Pandrapaat of Bageecha block of Jashpur).
  • Adjoining markets - State is surrounded by the 5
    states of Madhya Pradesh (Bhopal, Jabalpur),
    Orissa (Sambalpur, Bhubaneshwar), Jharkhand
    (Ranchi), Uttar Pradesh (Varanasi), Maharashtra
    (Nagpur), and Andhra Pradesh (Hyderabad, Vizag)..
  • Large area for Kharif (Sarguja and Jashpur) as
    well as Rabi (entire state) Potato production
  • Harnessing of the climatic factors for maximum
    growing period (which gives opportunity of
    growing off season vegetables).
  • Rapid growth for commercial hi-tech cultivation
    of vegetables and Banana, and Papaya.
  • Assured marketing arrangements have been made for
    sufficient period (through advance signing of
    MoUs).
  • Sufficient infrastructure for the seed production
    programme although requires further
    strengthening.
  • High-density plantation of Mango and Cashew to
    fetch maximum yield.

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Progress Under National Horticulture Mission in
Chhattisgarh
2005-06
Rs. In Lakhs
(Upto Month of May 2006)
S. No. Programme Target Target Achievement Achievement Remarks
S. No. Programme Phy Fin Phy Fin Remarks
A. Plantation Infrastructure Development
1 Production of planting material The amount has been transferred to the District Mission Committee and preparation of Detailed Project Report (DPR) for Nursery Development is in progress
(i) Model Nursery (4 ha.) in Public Sector The amount has been transferred to the District Mission Committee and preparation of Detailed Project Report (DPR) for Nursery Development is in progress
(a) Mango 2 36.00 2 36.00 The amount has been transferred to the District Mission Committee and preparation of Detailed Project Report (DPR) for Nursery Development is in progress
(b) Cashew 2 36.00 2 36.00 The amount has been transferred to the District Mission Committee and preparation of Detailed Project Report (DPR) for Nursery Development is in progress
(c) Litchi 1 18.00 1 18.00 The amount has been transferred to the District Mission Committee and preparation of Detailed Project Report (DPR) for Nursery Development is in progress
(d) Aromatic plant 2 36.00 2 36.00 The amount has been transferred to the District Mission Committee and preparation of Detailed Project Report (DPR) for Nursery Development is in progress
(e) General Nurseries 2 36.00 The amount has been transferred to the District Mission Committee and preparation of Detailed Project Report (DPR) for Nursery Development is in progress
(f) Vegetable Nursery in Private Sector 2 3.00 - - The amount has been transferred to the District Mission Committee and preparation of Detailed Project Report (DPR) for Nursery Development is in progress
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S. No. Programme Target Target Achievement Achievement Remarks
S. No. Programme Phy Fin Phy Fin Remarks
(g) General Nurseries (Small) (Public sector) 10 15.00
Sub-total 21 180 7 126.00
2. Vegetable Seed Production
(a) Public Sector Joint Venture 30.00 MOUs for vegetable seed production at State Vegetable Seed Production Farm, Bana (Raipur) in joint venture with reputed seed companies, are in pipeline.
(b) Seed production (Govt. Nurseries) (in ha.) 150 75.00
(c) Seed Infrastructure (Public Sector) 2 10.00
(Private Sector) 4 5.00 10 application have been received and will be finalized upto 2nd week of July
Sub Total 156 120 0 0
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S. No. Programme Target Target Achievement Achievement Remarks
S. No. Programme Phy Fin Phy Fin Remarks
3. Spices Production
(a) Garlic 1000 112.50 486 54.78516 The allotment in the NHM Action Plan for spices development has been given for Rs. 5625 per ha. whereas in the NHM Guidelines, issued by GoI, the cost norm per ha. for subsidy component is proposed at Rs. 11250/-. Due to unavailability of quality seed material of Garlic, the target is nearly 50 completed.
(b) Chilli 1000 112.50 1600 98.1312 Instead of garlic and coriander (due to unavailability of quality seed material), area under chillies was increased and target has been achieved under spices development programme.
(c) Coriander 1000 112.50 250 3.50
(d)Ginger 2000 225.00 2000 199.00 Ginger is being taken up in 7 NHM Districts. Ginger procurement has started and going to be planted between 2nd and 3rd weeks of June and payments are yet to be made to the tune of Rs. 2 crores which are due as of now.
Sub Total 5000 562.50 4336 355.41
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S. No. Programme Target Target Achievement Achievement Remarks
S. No. Programme Phy Fin Phy Fin Remarks
4. Establishment of New Gardens (Ha.)
(i) Fruits (Perennials)
Mango 2000 225.00 Due to the finalization of the NHM Action Plan in the month of October 2005, plantation programme will be taken up in the Kharif 2006.
Litchi 500 56.25 Due to the finalization of the NHM Action Plan in the month of October 2005, plantation programme will be taken up in the Kharif 2006.
Cashew 1500 84.37 Due to the finalization of the NHM Action Plan in the month of October 2005, plantation programme will be taken up in the Kharif 2006.
Lime 1000 112.50 Due to the finalization of the NHM Action Plan in the month of October 2005, plantation programme will be taken up in the Kharif 2006.
Sub Total 5000 478.12
(ii) Flowers
(A) Loose flowers
(a) Small Marginal farmers 200 24.00 35 39.375
(b) Other farmers 200 15.84 30 33.75
Sub Total 400 39.84 65 73.13
(iii) Spices Aromatic plants
(a) Small Marginal farmers 3670 412.88 218 24.00 218 ha, area Palmarosa is being taken up
(b) Other farmers 3670 412.88
Sub Total 7340 825.75 218 24.00
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S. No. Programme Target Target Achievement Achievement Remarks
S. No. Programme Phy Fin Phy Fin Remarks
5. Rejuvenation of old orchards 2450 367.50 0 0 Area of old orchards of Cashew, Ber, and guava have been identified in clusters and rejuvenation of the orchards will be taken up between the months of May to September.
6. Creation of water resources Community tanks on farm ponds on farm water reservoir-(No) with use of plastics 16 160.00 0 0 Survey work is ongoing for creating water resources on community lands in selected clusters. Each district has been given a target of 30-35 Borewells and they are going to be implemented in clusters in community mode. Areas are identified and physically digging of the borewells is in progress.
7. Protected Cultivation
Shade Net 200 7.00 - - Selection of beneficiaries is going on.
Plastic tunnels 100 5.00 - - Selection of beneficiaries is going on.
Green House (Marginal) 10 12.50 - - Selection of beneficiaries is going on.
(Others) 20 43.00 - - Selection of beneficiaries is going on.
Sub Total 330 67.50 0 0
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S. No. Programme Target Target Achievement Achievement Remarks
S. No. Programme Phy Fin Phy Fin Remarks
8. Promotion of IPM 1000 10.00 0 0 Programme under Promotion of IPM will be taken up during Kharif 2006.
9. Organic Farming Vermicompost units will be established in the selected clusters. One shed with Asbestos sheet under which 4 Tetra Vermibeds will be developed for 15 tons of Vermicompost and 100 litres of Vermi-wash will be produced behind every hectare unit.
Vermi-compost Units of minimum 100 running m pits with with cover (1m x 100) 3266 979.81 Vermicompost units will be established in the selected clusters. One shed with Asbestos sheet under which 4 Tetra Vermibeds will be developed for 15 tons of Vermicompost and 100 litres of Vermi-wash will be produced behind every hectare unit.
10. (A) Field level training Printing literature 0 475 0 45.73841
(B) Post-harvest management
1. Pack House (25 Subsidy of 10.00 lakhs) 7 17.50
2. Leaf/Root collection center for aromatic plants 12 30.00
3. Estt. Of oil Extraction Unit, 25 subsidy on 5.00 lakh ie.1.25 lakh 80 100.00
4. Cold Storage Units (Estt. Cost _at_ 200.00) 4 200.00
5. Ref. Vans (Estt. 24.00 laksh) 4 24.00
Sub Total 107 371.50
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S. No. Programme Target Target Achievement Achievement
S. No. Programme Phy Fin Phy Fin
11. Extension Technology- Establishment of Marketing Infrastructure for horticulture produce in Govt./Private/Cooperative sector
(a) Wholesale markets
(b) Rural Markets/Apni Mandis(15.00 lakh - 25) 14 52.50
(c) Functional Infrastructure for collection, grading etc.(15.00 lakh - 25) 14 52.50
Sub Total 28 105.00
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S. No. Programme Target Target Achievement Achievement
S. No. Programme Phy Fin Phy Fin
12. PROCESSING VALUE ADDITION
(I) Establishment/Upgradation/ modernizastion of processing units for horticultural crops for value addition
(a) Alovera Gel Extraction Unit 7 13.13
(ii) Establishment of food parks (common facilities)
Sub Total 7 13.13
Total Project Cost 4755.65 624.28
13. Mission Management
5 of the Total Project cost 62.38
(a) Purchase of Vehicles (Utility Van) 9 49.50 62.38
(b) Computer Hardware 8 24.00 62.38
(iv)Technical Support Group (TSG) Institutional strengthening 200
Sub Total 273.50 62.38
Grand Total 5029.15 686.66 Total amount received approx. Rs. 20 crores.
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SPECIAL APPROACHES AND IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGIES
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Implementation Strategies for the Mission
  • Cluster Approach
  • Chhattisgarh Horticulture Model
  • Community Bore-well
  • Organic farming
  • Post Harvest Management
  • Advanced Marketing Arrangements MOUs
  • Involvement of Private/ Non-Governmental/
    Governmental (NABARD CIMAP) Technical
    Organizations in implementation

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Cluster Approach
  • 200-250 Hectares in one patch.
  • To obtain this, selection of 10-20 villages
    within 25-30 Km radius.
  • In one village, there should be minimum 10
    Hectares.
  • Currently 35 Clusters (2005-06 Plan) have been
    identified. The Macro-management works are being
    done in approximately 43 Clusters.

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District Cluster (Block)
1 Bilaspur Salfa (Patharia)
2 Bilaspur Mangla (Bilha)
3 Bilaspur Risda (Musturi)
4 Bilaspur Pipartarai
5 Bilaspur Ghanaghat (Lormi)
6 Bilaspur Kotmi (Pendra)
7 Durg Dhamdha
8 Durg Chikhlinana (Aheri)
9 Durg Turtianala (Bemetra)
10 Jagdalpur Palwa
11 Jagdalpur Sonarpal
12 Jagdalpur Ghat Padmur
13 Jagdalpur Kilepal
14 Jagdalpur Arenga
15 Jagdalpur Tewansa
16 Kabirdham Birkona (Kavardha)
17 Kabirdham Newergaonkala (Bodla)
18 Kabirdham Pandaria (Pandaria)
19 Korba Hardibazar
20 Korba Bhilai Bazar
21 Korba Tuman
22 Korba Chakamar
23 Raigarh Kharra
24 Raigarh Bhagora (Tamnar)
25 Raigarh Pata (Tamnar)
26 Raigarh Chharratagar (MicCL)
27 Sarguja Kodri (Udaipur)
28 Sarguja Korma (Pratappur)
29 Sarguja Lakhanpur
District Cluster (Block)
30 Sarguja Lateri (Sunajpur)
31 Sarguja Darima (Ambikapur)
32 Sarguja Salcala (Ambikapur)
33 Sarguja Kateroli (Prem Nagar)
34 Sarguja Gujarwar
35 Sarguja Sontarai
CLUSTER MAP
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Durg
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IMPLEMENTATION UNDER CLUSTER APPROACH
  • As per provision under clause 8.28 of the NHM
    Guidelines, Technical Organisations have been
    invited through EoI to support the Department in
    following activities
  • Identification of farmers, motivating farmers and
    formation of clusters.
  • Conducting Cluster Level Trainings on-site as
    well as off-site.
  • Preparation of subsidy cases.
  • Generating awareness among cluster farmers.
  • Preparing farmers and their sites for plantation
    activities to be undertaken by the Department.
  • Preparation of Cluster Irrigation Plans (Based on
    community concept)

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  • 103 Technical organizations applied.
  • Scrutiny done by the Selection Committee on the
    basis of fixed criteria such as presence of
    Horticultural Graduates and Post Graduates in the
    organizations, Technical and relevant experience
    and submission of appropriate documents as per
    the Terms of Reference.
  • 12 selected for supporting Departmental
    Activities.
  • These Technical organizations will be paid _at_ Rs.
    1500 per farmer.
  • For single cropped Micro-clusters Rs. 500 will be
    paid per farmer.
  • Each Cluster document contains
  • Village wise farmers list and the selected crops
    along with their Khasra numbers (Main Cluster
    Data MCD)
  • Cluster Irrigation Plan (CIP)
  • Cluster Processing Plan (CPP)
  • Cluster Extension Plan (CEP)

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ESTABLISHMENT STRATEGY
  • Establishment of Staff -
  • Cluster Coordinator at the Cluster level - 1
  • 4-6 Assistant Cluster Coordinators (3-4
    villages per ACC)
  • Village level Facilitator 1 for each village

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REPORTING METHODOLOGY
  • Cluster Coordinator reports to NHM Cell at the
    Directorate level.
  • Reporting to be done on Daily Basis in prescribed
    format.
  • Dailey Reports to be sent via, Email, Fax or in
    person or any other possible communication
    source.
  • Failure to comply to reporting leads to
    termination of contract.

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WHEN
Time Schedule
The Plantation should be completed by the 10th of
July, 2006 in case of normal monsoon or according
to setting of monsoon.
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Chhattisgarh Horticulture Model
An innovative approach for development of
Horticulture Sector in the State
  • Orchard Development
  • Compulsory Intercropping
  • Drip Irrigation
  • Cow based organic farming / Vermi-composting

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Orchard Development
  • Focus on development of orchards of Mango,
    Cashew, Litchi and Lime as main crop on farmers
    fields.
  • Four Crops selected as per Agro-climatic zones of
    Chhattisgarh.
  • Due to long gestation period from orchards,
    compulsory intercropping is promoted.

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Compulsory Intercropping
  • Vegetables, spices, medicinal and aromatic crops
    promoted as intercrop between main fruit
    orchards.
  • This is done to enable better utilization of land
    resources.
  • Farmers can take benefit from first year itself
    from these intercrops.
  • Actual benefits from orchards will come in long
    term.
  • Farmers can take variety of intercrops.
  • Aromatic crops have good potential as intercrop
    as once planted, the farmers can harvest the crop
    multiple times, less diseases, farmer friendly
    crops, periodical income possible with good
    market demand having covered by marketing
    linkages.

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Drip Irrigation
  • Better utilization of water from same resources.
  • Wider distribution of water possible.
  • Prevention of wastage.
  • Better crop growth and yield due to uniform and
    regulated supply.

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Cow based organic farming / Vermi-composting
  • Establishment of Vermi-compost Units on farmers
    field is promoted as per following specifications

For one hectare -
Material Proposed 7 to 8 HDPE Tetra Pack for establishing unit to supply vermi-compost or one hectare. The Cost of Tetra Pack will be approximately Rs. 20000.00 Vermi-culture and bio-decomposer of Rs. 10000.00 will be provided to the farmer for one ha. The farmer will prepare temporary shade with his own resources.
Advantages of Tetra Pack Unit From one Tetrapack 0.75 Tons Vermi-compost will be produced in three months I.e three tons Vermi-compost from one year. 8 Tetra Units will 24 Tons Vermi-compost in one year. Apart from Vermi-compost, 200 Ltrs. of Vermi-Wash may be collected for spraying on the crops.
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Collection of Vermi-wash
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Community Bore well
  • Community bore-wells being dug on farms of
    cluster of farmers in community approach.
  • Care is to be taken to dig bore wells that at
    least one acre of land of each of the farmer of
    cluster/ group is irrigated and at least one
    bore-well caters to 10-15 acres.
  • Suitable sites to be identified for digging of
    Bore well based on resistivity survey.
  • Bore-wells to be dug according to rates approved
    by the Ziladhakhsha/ PHED Department.

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Post Harvest Management
COMPONENTS
  • Grading
  • Processing
  • Marketing
  • Storing for better market price (in case of
    flowers, walking coolers)

INITIATIVES
  • Promotion of Plasticulture Plastic Crates to
    beneficiary farmers
  • Installation of Fruits, Vegetable Graders and
    Packing Machines Bana (Raipur) and Durg
  • Banana Grading and Waxing Bana (Raipur)
  • Potato Grader Sarguja
  • Tomato Grader - Jashpur

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Advanced Marketing Arrangements MOUs
Crops taken under MOUs
 
Crop Area
Khus (Vetiver) dried roots 1000 acres
Patchouli Dried leaves 1000 acres
Gherkin fruits 50 acres
Lemon grass oil 500 acres
Jamarosa oil 1000 acres
MOUs in Pipeline
Crop Area
Aloe vera 1000 acres
Lemon Grass 1500 acres
Palmarosa 2000 acres
Patchouli 1000 acres
Dry Red Chillies 5000 acres
E. Citridora 2000 acres
Vetiver 1000 acres
 
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SPECIAL ACHIEVEMENTS
  • Organized National Flower Show in February 2005.
    Show organized to educate and promote farmers in
    commercial floriculture.
  • Organized National Vegetable Conference in March,
    2005 to promote vegetable cultivation and expert
    consultations with resource persons from reputed
    institutions like NHRDF, APEDA, ICAR, IIHR etc.
  • Organized series of training programmes with 16
    trainings on Cow-dung based organic farming/
    Vermicompost and preparation of VAM
    bio-fertilizer.
  • M.O.U. for Horticultural crops viz. Khus,
    Patcholi, Gherkin, Lemon Grass, Jama rosa
    covering an area of 3550 acres already signed.
  • M.O.U. for Horticultural crops viz. Aloe vera,
    E.citrodora covering an area of 7050 acres in
    pipeline for signing.
  • Biosys India Pvt. Ltd, Delhi, agreed to purchase
    organic produce of 17 varieties of fruit,
    vegetables aromatic plants through MOU for area
    to the tune of 1480 acres. Efforts initiated for
    organic certification process of organic farming
    with S.G.S. Company of Germany (Registered
    country office located at Delhi are in the
    process.
  • HCM comprising 4 components - Orchard
    Development, Inter cropping, Drip Irrigation,
    Vermi-Compost.

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NATIONAL HORTICULTURE MISSION IN CHHATTISGARH
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