Presentation on theme: "IMPLEMENTATION OF HORTICULTURE COMPONENT UNDER SUJALA-III 2012-2017 Project Monitoring Cell Directorate of Horticulture LALBAGH, BANGALORE."— Presentation transcript:
IMPLEMENTATION OF HORTICULTURE COMPONENT UNDER SUJALA-III 2012-2017 Project Monitoring Cell Directorate of Horticulture LALBAGH, BANGALORE
1.Extension and demonstrations to Farmers groups on annual and perennial horticulture crops, nutritional gardens and crop water management 2.Establishment of soil, water and leaf tissue analysis facilities and monitoring the nutritional status through training and capacity building programme 3.Strengthening post harvest management, marketing and value addition through technical support by instituting the studies for generating scientific know-how 4.Strengthening horticulture sector through service support for meeting the above requirements Objectives: Background: Horticulture crops provide excellent opportunities in improving the income of farmers even in dry tracks. The successful experience of Sujala – I has led to inclusion of horticulture component in Sujala-III.
Farmers in micro watershed areas will be mobilized to adopt collective approach for harnessing the benefits of scale up production with better post harvest and value addition practices in arid horticulture crops. The project provides the incremental management support and training by complementing the current interventions to improve productivity of existing perennial and annual horticulture crops and provide diversification through capacity building of farmers Approach: Components under Horticulture: 1.Extension and Demonstration for Productivity improvement. 2.Farmer Horticulture Soil and Crop Monitoring. 3.Model Nurseries. 4.Post Harvest Management of Horticulture Produce. 5.Strengthening of Market Linkages in rural areas. 6.Horticulture Service Support.
Base line survey of the Micro watershed Areas Net Planning Formation of farmers Interest Groups (FIGs) Beneficiary Identification Demonstration (Annuals, Perennials, Nutrition gardens through local innovative technologies) Convergence Plan through integration of Programmes Hands on training to the farmers, facilitator, stakeholders and aggregators on dry land horticulture technology, sample analysis and post harvest activities Establishment of horticulture infrastructures for demonstrations Soil, Water and Leaf analysis in MWS and issue of health cards Conversion of Departmental Horticulture farms to model MWS demonstration blocks. Exposure visits and field days for better dissemination of technology Formation of Farmers Producers Organization (FPOs) Scientific post harvest practices and market linkages through FPOs and other organisation Horticulture Service Support Implementation strategies: ( Participatory mode and process oriented)
Project Components and Cost Component Base cost for the year (INR Lakhs) Total (INR Lakhs) 201220132014201520162017 A. Extension and Demos for Productivity Improvement 0.251621.531419.101063.30120.254224.43 B. Farmer Horticulture Soil and Crop Monitoring 409.02501.55101.551012.12 C. Strengthening Model Nurseries60.0080.00140.00 D. Post Harvest Management5.00192.30395.85373.35187.350.151154.00 E. Strengthening Market Linkages for Horticultural farmers 10.0020.00 50.00 F. Horticulture Services Support446.43744.00714.00672.00614.00586.003776.43 Total 451.683326.853663.002871.20921.60586.1511820.48
District No of MWS identified Area for treatment (Ha) Area under Horticulture (Ha) Area covered for 2013-14 through demonstration and other service support programmes (Ha) Convergence through other Dept. programmes and NREGS Bidar3422998.183342050 Chamarajnagar5023678.393140160275 Davangere 5420356.542800150100 Gadag 2810721.0060070 Gulbarga 5931963.066007050 Koppal 3819407.0011228550 Yadgiri 2811062.431836030 Total291140186.68894615625 Area covered in 2013-14
Soil, water and leaf analysis laboratory Model Nurseries Pack houses Low cost storage / preservation units Pre cooling units Ripening units Primary minimal processing units Establishment of rural/direct marketing through FPOs and other organizations Establishment of Scientific /aggregation centers Project Infrastructures
Horticulture crops area development (5065ha) Establishment of 6 well equipped soil, water and leaf analysis labs Analysis of 1800 samples from farmers field Establishment of 7 Model Nurseries 2250 capacity building trainings benefitting 1.00 lakhs farmers Creation of 165 post harvest infrastructures Formation of 524 FIGs Organisation of 524 field days Formation of 10 Horticulture Farmers Producers Companies (FPCs) Exposure visits up to 300 Preparation of Literatures (3500 sets) Creation of 65 new posts of different cadres Project Output
Increase in Horticulture area (7%), production and productivity by 20%. Direct benefit to dry land farmers in terms of Crop Husbandry, Soil and Water conservation and cluster approach Formation of Horticulture Farmers Producers Organizations (FPOs) Strengthening of rural and direct market linkages Reduction in Post harvest losses Increase in farmers income Improvement in livelihood of farmers Increase in vegetation cover in dry lands Increase in production of quality planting propagation materials Encouragement of rural youths and local expertise Project Outcomes:
Gramasabha organised by Department & MYRADA NGO at Kannur MWS Sujala – III activities - Chamarajanagar
FIG formation at Yaraganahalli MWS Field visit at Managalli MWS
Training to FIG - Managalli MWS Technical Trg to FIG – Bachalli MWS
Feild delination for crop demo - Managalli MWS Soil Sample collection Trg -Managalli MWS
Trenching Work in Demo Plot at Shivapura MWS Pitting Method – Kongarahalli MWS Field Preparations under progress for Demonstrations
High density Guava Demo – Bandalli MWS Mango Demo – Bandalli MWS Perennial Crop Demonstrations: Chamarajanagar