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Zonal Conference on Inputs for Rabi 2013-14. DEFICIT OF CERTIFIED/QUALITY SEEDS FOR RABI 2013-14.

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1 Zonal Conference on Inputs for Rabi


3 Crop NameRequirementAvailabilityDeficitREMARKS(QTLS) WHEAT112,52,834108,35,184-4,17,650Only in UP. PEAS1,79,6301,63,920-15,710Only in MP. LENTIL1,45,8761,42,479-3,397Only in MP. GROUNDNUT8,75,0008,46,151-28,849 Only in Odisha. Meet from Kharif-2013 production LINSEED6,3783,209-3,169 MP & Jharkhand. BERSEEM POTATO22,90,63018,94,630-3,96,000Only in WB

4 Shortages of seeds to be met by the State at State level Quantity in Quintals STATERequirementAvailabilityDeficit/SurplusFurther Tie-up UTTAR PRADESH 44,30,01939,08,883-5,21,136 Only in Wheat. Procuring from Surplus of Punjab, Haryana and Rajasthan,NSC, SFCI, HIL, Private and Farm Saved Seed WEST BENGAL 30,72,99526,82,468-3,90,527 Only in Potato. WBSSC/Private Agencies will arrange supply of shortage quantity MADHYA PRADESH 17,06,84914,47,039-2,59,810 Only in Wheat, Gram, Peas, Lentil, and Raya shortages are arranged from NAFED, NSC, SFCI, HIL, RSSC and Private ORISSA2,28,3631,60,259-68,104 Mainly in Groundnut and arranged from NSC, SFCI, and HIL (Kharif-13 Production) JHARKAND 1,20,4801,14,008-6,472 Mainly in Gram & R&M arranged from NSC, SFCI, and rest through Tender TRIPURA5,5275, Gram, Moong and Groundnut Tied-up with NSC

5 STATE SEED ROLLING PLAN STARTING FROM KHARIF-2013 States have started the preparation of Seed Rolling Plan for to from Kharif-2013 But still Deficit in seed production has been observed in many states both in the current kharif and in the Planning for upcoming Rabi season also The anticipated shortage of seeds may also be arranged production through different seed producing agencies in the forthcoming Rabi season itself. Dovetail with different schemes NFSM, ISOPOM, RKVY etc

6 CERTIFIED SEED PRODUCTION DURING RABI FOR MAKING AVAILABLE SEED FOR RABI STATETotalDEFICIT IN SEED PRODUCTION TAMILNADU 8810Ragi (180 qtls.), Maize (2228 qtls.), Jowar (750 qtls.), Urd (2904 qtls.), Gram (125 qtls.), Cowpea (158 qtls.), Moong (1268 qtls.), H.Gram (59 qtls.), Groundnut (990 qtls.), Til (49 qtls.), Sunflower (100 qtls.) MAHARASHTRA 3441Jowar (675 qtls.), Gram (2730 qtls.), Safflower (36 qtls.) MADHYA PRADESH 6,67,019Wheat ( qtls.), Gram ( qtls.), Peas (24766 qtls.), Lentil (12019 qtls.), Mustard (9228 qtls.), Linseed (1263 qtls.), KARNATAKA 15,727Wheat (3781 qtls.), Minor Millets (1821 qtls.), Gram (3160 qtls.), Field Bean(254 qtls.),H.Gram (3288 qtls.),Safflower (905 qtls.),Cotton(2518 qtls.) JAMMU & KASHMIR 30,775Wheat (24700 qtls.), Gram (100 qtls.), Peas (130 qtls.), Mustard (120 qtls.), Lentil (75 qtls.), Oat (5000 qtls.), Berseem (650 qtls.), UTTRAKHAND 1,25,838Wheat ( qtls.), Barley (2340 qtls.), Gram (102 qtls.), Peas (982 qtls.), Lentil (2073 qtls.), Toria (212 qtls.) BIHAR 6,64,509Wheat ( qtls.), Gram (7920 qtls.), Peas (8200 qtls.), Mustard (2210 qtls.), Lentil (372 qtls.) JHARKHAND 24,4473Barley (800 qtls.), Gram (8335 qtls.), Lentil (5900 qtls.), Rape Mustard (8000 qtls), Linseed (1230 qtls.), Safflower (208 qtls.) WEST BENGAL 4,26,672Paddy ( qtls.), Wheat ( qtls.), Maize (1800 qtls.), Khesari (900 qtls.), Gram (6135 qtls.), Lentil (2490 qtls.), G.Nut (14870 qtls.), Til (3477 qtls.) ODISHA 78,302Groundnut (70000 qtls.), Wheat (4647 qtls.), Peas (2200 qtls.), Moong (350 qtls.), Urd (980 qtls.), Sunflower (125 qtls.)

7 Fertilizers


9 Sales vis-a-vis Requirement of P&K Fertilizers up to August in Kharif 2013 Produc t Total Requirement up to August in Kharif 2013 (In ‘000 MT) * Cumulative Availability as on (In ‘000 MT) * Cumulative Sales as on (In ‘000 MT) % Sales(% Change over previous year) DAP %(-22%) MOP % (+4%) NPK % (-22%) Sales is 50% or less of projected requirement

10 Sales vis-a-vis Requirement of DAP up to August in Kharif 2013 StateRequirement up to August in Kharif 2013 (In ‘000 MT) * Cumulative Availability as on (In ‘000 MT) * Cumulative Sales as on (In ‘000 MT) % Sales Maharashtra % Andhra Pradesh % West Bengal % Jharkhand % Sales are only one fourth of projected requirements.

11 Sales vis-a-vis Requirement of MOP up to August 2013 StateTotal Requirement up to August in Kharif 2013 (In ‘000 MT) * Cumulative Availability as on (In ‘000 MT) * Cumulative Sales as on (In ‘000 MT) % Sales Andhra Pradesh % Tamil Nadu % Kerala % Madhya Pradesh % Haryana % Rajasthan % MOP Sales are less than 50% of projected requirements

12 Phosphorous ‘P’ Nutrient Promote use of Phosphorous solublizing bio-fertilizers (PSB) – Current production of bio-fertilizers as per recommended dose of bio- fertilizers (kg/hectare) can cover only 10% of total gross cropped area of our country. Convert 5% of DAP demand into SSP demand as SSP is indigenously produced and cheaper fertilizer compared to DAP. In Nutrient value, it provides extra value for Ca and S Expedite commercialization of efficient/futuristic technology such as nano –P(CAZRI)

13 Potash ‘K’ Nutrient District-wise assessment of status of ‘K’ nutrient may be done Depending upon the status of ‘K’ nutrient, MOP may be applied Use of ‘K’ solublizing bio-fertilizers may also be promoted

14 Promotion of balanced use of fertilizers Consumption of Urea (‘N’) in some of the states such as PUNJAB, HARYANA, Uttar Pradesh, and Andhra Pradesh etc has increased beyond the dose recommended by ICAR/SAU whereas in some of the states, it is much below the recommended dose.

15 Soil Fertility Maps Indian Institute of Soil Sciences (IISS) Bhopal has uploaded the soil fertility maps of about 152 districts on their website (

16 Status of Nitrogen(‘N’) Kolar, KarnatakaRamnagaram, Karnataka

17 Status of Phosphorous(‘P’) Akola, MaharashtraNasik, Maharashtra

18 Status of Potassium (‘K’) Khurda, Odisha Nayagarh, Odisha

19 Status of Micronutrient ’Zn’ Akola, MaharashtraNasik, Maharashtra

20 Status of Micronutrient ’B’ Bhiwani, HaryanaHisar, Haryana

21 Assessment of requirement of fertilizers for Rabi

22 Assessment and Comparison with last 2 Rabi seasons Product Requirement (‘000 MT) Rabi Rabi % changeRabi Rabi % change Urea % % DAP % % MOP % % Complex % % SSP % %

23 Mechanization & Technology Outcomes of Zonal Conference & Recommendations for Rabi 2013

24 Farm Mechanization: Key driver of productivity Agricultural productivity has positive correlation with level of farm mechanization

25 Estimated contributions of improved agricultural tools and equipment in augmenting total food production Savings in seeds: 15-20%; Savings in fertilizers: 15-20%; Increase in cropping intensity: 5-20%; Increase in productivity per cent; Savings in time: 20-30%; and Reduction in labour: 20-30%;


27 12 th PLAN Shift of focus from Individual Ownership to CUSTOM HIRING ; Allow farmers to choose the implements/machinery as well as Manufacturer/model as per their choice. Promotion of use of IT Tools and application in distribution of subsidy. (Odisha Model)

28 Kharif season- Pests situation Paddy - Sheath Blight and leaf folder Cotton - White Fly and leaf curl Virus(CLCV) Soybean - Hairy caterpillar, Spodoptera,White fly These crop pests were managed/controlled successfully and no significant economic loss was reported. Plant Protection

29 Preparation for Rabi CROPPest/DiseaseBiopesticidesChemical Pesticides (registered with CIB&RC) WheatYellow Rust Propiconazole Wheat aphid Quinalphos, Thiamethoxam Oilseeds (Mustard) Aphids Dimethoate, Malathion, Oxydemeton – methyl, Phosphamidon, Thiamethoxam etc Alternaria species Iprodione Pulses (Gram) Pod Borer Azadirachtin, Bacillus thuringiensis, Beauveria bassiana Chlorantraniliprole, Emamectin Benzoate, Ethion, Quinalphos etc gram wilt Trichoderma viride PotatoLate Blight Captan, Chlorothalonil, Copper oxy chloride, Mancozeb etc

30 1. States should recommend pesticides usage in conformity with the terms of registration to ensure efficacy against pests and safety to humans and environment. 2. States insecticides inspectors should be directed to draw samples from manufacturing units and retailers for analysis of quality. 3. Bio-pesticides and less toxic/ environment friendly pesticides may be encouraged for use. Issues Related to Plant Protection

31 4. Biocontrol agents like Trichogramma species (10 nos), Bracon species (3 nos),Chelonus species (2 nos), Sticholotis, Chilocorus spp. Amblysius,Aphelinus mali, Neochetina species, Zygogramma bicolorata etc should be conserved and augmented in the laboratories.

32 Issues in Bio products 5. Bio-products being sold in market without registration and component details should be analyzed in notified laboratories. NIPHM Hyderabad has been notified along with 7 other laboratories for the purpose. 6. Some of the states are yet to initiate NABL Accreditation of State Pesticides Testing Labs. This is required for quality assurance.

33 Disposal of used containers should be as per the instructions given on the label. States are requested to invest in awareness campaign in this regard. Safe disposal of date expired pesticides lying in stores of the States departments. Services of TSDF may be taken for disposal of such stocks in an environmentally safe manner. Disposal of pesticides and their containers

34 States are informed about pesticides residues status in various agricultural commodities. IPM practices and awareness campaign for responsible use of pesticides is required. PESTICIDE RESIDUES IN FOOD and EXPORT CONSIGNMENTS

35 Thank you

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