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1 1 National Conference on Agriculture Kharif Campaign 2013 Strategies for increasing Pulse production to 19+ million Tonnes 6 th - 7 th March 2013 New Delhi Farmer Welfare & Agriculture Development Department Madhya Pradesh

2 Important Agriculture Statistics 11 Agro climatic zones. Net Cultivable area – 150.75 lac ha. Area sown : a. Kharif - 114.80 lac ha. 2011-12(FFC) b. Rabi – 99.52 lac ha. 2011-12(FFC) Double cropped area - 64.4 lac ha. Cropping intensity- 143 % Area under Irrigation – 36.5%, Rainfed - 63.5% No. of Holdings 79.08 lac, Holdings of Small & Marginal farmers 53.47 lac (68%), Area - 46.63 lac ha. (29.16%) Fertilizer consumption – 84.03 kg./Ha. (2010-11) 2

3 The state achieved agriculture growth rate of more than 9.02% as against the target of 5% set for the 11 th plan period. I st position in the country in production of Soybean(64%), Gram(44%), total pulses(29%) and oilseeds (31%). 2 nd position in production of lentil (27%), 3 rd position in sorghum (8%), 3 rd in mustard (13%) and Wheat 4 th position (10%). State is steadily improving wheat production every year. With an IInd advance estimated production of 162 lac MT during 2012-13 the state is slated to be included in the top 3 highest wheat producing states in the country. SRR of soybean is 33.5 wheat 31.3, gram 12.1 and mustard is 28.2%. At present average power consumption is 0.85 k.w. per ha. 2. Scenario of Agriculture in M.P. 3

4 Hailstorm affected details : Total districts- 35 Total Area – 3.24 Lakh Ha Total estimated loss- Rs. 887.09 Crore Major affected top Five districts- Narsinghpur, Dewas, Jabalpur, Hoshangabad and Rajgarh Total Rs. 108 Crore realeased against total allotment requested of Rs. 158.22 Crore Frost affected details : Total districts : 20 Total Area- 1.77 Lakh Ha Total estimated loss- 284.11 Crore Majore affected districts- Rajgah, Satna, Narsinghpur, Sidhi and Raisen Total Rs. 55.82 Crore realeased against total allotment requested of Rs. 71.08 Crore Hailstrom and Frost during Month of Jan-Feb’13 4

5 5 Area (Lakh ha.) CropsNormal 2011-12 (FFC.) 2012-13 IInd adv. Est. (CLR) Increase % over 11-12 Wheat40.7852.6054.00 2.66 Gram26.4926.2131.40 19.80 Total pulses34.3235.6541.13 15.37 Total foodgrain75.9089.7895.80 6.71 Mustard7.026.637.41 11.76 Total oil seeds8.329.068.48 -6.40 Grand Total84.7799.53104.81 5.30 Rabi

6 6 Production (Lakh tonnes) CropsNormal 2011-12 (FFC.) 2012-13 Estt. Increase % over 11-12 Wheat 70.88145.44162.00 11.39 Gram 23.8128.4535.00 23.02 Total pulses 27.6232.0239.41 23.08 Total food grain 99.49179.12202.07 12.81 Mustard 6.987.909.73 23.16 Total oil seeds 7.509.2710.21 10.14 Grand Total 109.37176.95214.67 21.32 Rabi

7 7 Productivity (kg./ha.) CropsNormal 2011-12 (FFC.) 2012-13 (Estt.) Increase % over 11-12 Wheat 173827053000 10.91 Gram 89910821115 3.05 Total pulses 805915958 4.70 Total foodgrain 131118382109 14.74 Mustard 99411091313 18.39 Total oil seeds 90210231204 17.69 Grand Total 129017782048 15.19 Rabi

8 Procurement Unit Lakh tones Crop2009-102010-112011-122012-13 Wheat16.6135.3749.6485.06 Paddy2.704.289.4313.44

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10 10 Area (Lakh ha.) CropsNormal 2011 (FFC.) 2012 Est. 2013 Target Paddy16.7917.0317.5917.70 Jowar6.053.913.343.00 Maize8.698.608.438.45 Total pulses9.6011.9512.2012.90 Total foodgrain46.5045.3845.6046.20 Soyabean46.4757.8661.5862.35 Total oil seeds51.6762.9567.4968.45 Cotton5.976.477.277.35 Grand Total104.05114.80120.36122.00 Kharif

11 11 Production (Lakh tonnes) CropsNormal 2011 (FFC.) 2012 IInd adv. Est. (CLR) 2013 Target Paddy14.8922.8034.4642.48 Jowar6.546.094.445.10 Maize12.5612.8722.0425.35 Total pulses4.485.118.8911.50 Total foodgrain42.1051.0974.1890.34 Soyabean46.6864.9775.4087.29 Total oil seeds49.8869.7079.4493.01 Cotton7.3012.005.0614.00 Grand Total99.28124.79158.68191.43

12 12 Productivity (kg./ha.) CropsNormal 2011 (FFC.) 2012 Iind adv. II Est. (CLR) 2013 Target Paddy887141519592400 Jowar1080158313291700 Maize1445150226143000 Total pulses472428729891 Total foodgrain907111516271955 Soybean1005110912241400 Total oil seeds965108011771359 Cotton12239776961100 Grand Total954108713181569

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25 Proposed Target of Advance lifting of Fertilizer for Kharif-2013 Unit:-in lakh M’T’ FertilizerMARKFEDPRIMARY SOCIETIES FARMER’S LIFTING Lifting in Kharif- 12 Lifting in Rabi 12-13 Target Kharif- 13 Lifting in Kharif- 12 Lifting in Rabi 12- 13 Target Kharif- 13 Lifting in Kharif- 12 Lifting in Rabi 12- 13 Target Kharif- 13 DAP 3.11 3.501.921.523.001.360.802.00 COMPLEX 1.150.711.150.450.271.000.360.160.75 UREA 1.221.792.000.741.481.750.630.961.50 MOP 0.170.160.350.090.040.250.080.030.20 TOTAL 5.655.777.003.203.316.002.431.954.45

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27 Position up to 28 Feb. 2013 (Rs. In Lakh) CropAllocationReleaseBalance (01.04.2012) Total Availabilit y (3+4) Expe. (Phy Basis) Pulses9795.239714.710.009714.717168.81 Rice1341.111255.7353.551309.281028.11 Wheat6313.776125.790.006125.793467.08 A3P5248.005106.190.005106.193335.54 Additional Area Pulses 564.00 0.00564.00400.02 Special Plan Pulses 2018.001694.000.001694.00893.63 Total 25280.1124460.4253.5524513.9716293.19 *Release of Rs. 5320.95 Lakhs has been received by state on 26 th Feb. 2013

28 28 Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojna, Madhya Pradesh Over all status (Rs. In crores) YearAllocati on ReleaseExpendit ure U/C submitted to GoI Remark Amount% 2007-08101.62 100 2008-09146.05 100 2009-10247.44 100 2010-11589.09559.18 100 2011-12398.37 377.3595 Balance Rs. 21.01 Crores 2012-13 (Normal) 388.54288.54213.76201.2770 Release Rs. 45.70 crores received on date 07.02.20130 2012-13 (Sub- Scheme) 59.59 31.53 53 Release Rs. 29.80 crores received on date 07.02.20130 ;ksx 2012- 13 448.13348.13245.29232.8067

29 Strategies and Initiatives taken by State Government to increase Production & Productivity  Formations of Krishi Cabinet for quick decisions.  Crop loans at 0% rate interest.  Increasing irrigation potential with judicious use of available irrigation water by promotion of sprinkler & drip irrigation system.  Planning of cropping system in command areas.  Ensuring availability of quality certified seed.  Testing of soil and distribution of Soil health cards.  Crop health Management.  Ensuring ground water recharging.  Advance lifting, storage and distribution of fertilizers.  Liberalization of policy for the purchase of input & implement.  Promotion of Ridge & Furrow System of Cultivation to reduce the menace of access or scanty rain fall situations.  Promotion of Organic Farming.  Promotion of SRI method of Paddy cultivation. 29

30 Strategies and Initiatives taken by State Government to increase Production & Productivity Contd...........  Promotion of Hybrid Maize particularly in tribal areas.  Promotion of farm mechanization with establishment of custom hiring centers.  Bonus on procurement of wheat & paddy in addition to MSP.  Amendments in RBC 6.4 to help out the farmers facing impact of natural calamities.  Creation of new storage facilities.  Launching the revised food processing policy where in activities like collection, grading, packaging, waxing, storing & marketing have been brought under the definition of industry.  Promotion of protective cultivation in Horticulture.  Establishment of Horticulture hub. 30

31 Strategies and Initiatives for XII Plan A.Strategies to achieve 9% agriculture growth during the XII five year plan. To enhance the production and productivity of Cereals, pulses, oilseeds and other major crops up to National Average production level. To increase irrigated area by 6 lakh acres every year. Dedicated electricity supply for Agriculture by feeder separation. Remodeling extension services to target groups of farmers through joint mobilisation of scientists of KVKs and departmental staff. 5000 farmers will be supported in each districts under this programme every year. 31

32 Conti… The platform of forming Farmers producers organization will be expanded for dissemination of technology, Seed production, Input arrangement and Marketing. Public Private Partnership in selected and state specific areas like organic farming, Pulse production, grading, branding and marketing of Sharbati wheat, Tur Dal of Narmada valley and minor millets to be promoted in a big way. 32

33 Strategies and Initiatives for XII Plan -- Continued B. Initiatives  Production and distribution of quality seeds to increased seed replacement rate.  Increasing irrigated area by 6 lakh acres per year.  Optimization of water use efficiency through canal lining, constructions of field channels, promoting use of sprinkler and drip irrigation system.  Optimum use of ground water resources created under various schemes like Kapildhara, Construction of tube wells.  Soil testing and distribution of Soil health card to all land holders.  Promotion of Ridge & Furrow cultivation system in soybean and pulses during kharif season.  Promotion of Organic Farming with suitable certification, branding and marketing arrangements.  Conversion of maximum area of paddy under SRI.  Promotion of Hybrid Maize production programme. 33

34 Interventions /activities during 2013-14 To achieve the desired level of growth the following specific interventions have been planned during 2013-14  To facilitate farm mechanization 250 new custom hiring centers to be established under the state scheme with 50% subsidy  Complete mechanised farming to be taken up in 139 selected villages under the Yantra Doot scheme.  Target under the State micro irrigation mission increased five times to promote judicious use of irrigation water.  Convergence with MGNREGA to energize all the 3.5 Lac Kapildhara wells to increase the area under irrigation.  To augment production and productivity of Paddy, 4.8 Lac hecters area will be put under SRI. Provision has been made to provide 20000 Conoweeders and 10000 markers. Composite Nurseries of hybrid Paddy will be raised for supplying saplings to poor farmers at concessional rate. 34

35 Interventions /activities during 2013-14  SC/ST farmers will be given 90% subsidy for buying Hybrid maize seed to cover an area of 1.5 Lac hecters.  To augment the production and productivity of Soybean and Pulses during Kharif season, an additional area of 20 Lakh hecters will be brought under ridge and furrow method of cultivation.  Spiral graders and seed treating drums will be provided in 20000 villages.  3 Lakh hecters of land out of the present 12 Lakh hecters under the traditional broadcasting system of sowing will be converted to line sowing in the Bundelkhand and Baghelkand region.  To improve the soil health deep ploughing will be done in 1.25 Lakh hecters of land. 35

36 Interventions /activities during 2013-14  7000 persons to be imparted training under skill development programme in Agri Sector. The infrastructural facilities and inventories available in the farmers training centers and KVKs are to be strengthened to convert these centers as skill development centers.  Seed production programme of pulses will be increased by 20%.  INM & IPM technology will be strengthened.  State Government scheme for compensating the storage, transportation and interest incurred by the cooperative organisations for urban storage of fertiliser to continue. 36

37 Specific issues of the State  Production subsidy should be restored to encourage seed production.  SC/ST, small and marginal farmers should be given 75% subsidy under different Central Government schemes.  Policy should be in place to ensure that the prices of fertilizer do not fluctuate in any given crop season to avoid harassment to the farmers.  The sell of powder and granulated form of SSP should be allowed atleast for 2 years so that the manufacturers can upgrade and modify their plants.  Pending proposals for development of Infrastructure facilities like covered shed, etc. at 22 existing rake points, conversion of 12 half rake points to full rake points and providing 4 new rake points in the state should be sanctioned. 37

38 Specific issues of the State  More companies should be authorised to supply gypsum to the state as the present companies like IFFCO, PPL and Hindalco are not supplying the same.  Government of India is requested to declare MSP for minor millets which is the main stay for the Tribal farmers.  Micro irrigation scheme should be revised to allow drip irrigation for pulses  The cost of cultivation in predominantly rainfed states like Madhya Pradesh differs vastly from that obtaining in irrigated states. Therefore MSP should be declared on regional basis after taking in to consideration the cost of production prevailing in the region.  Unavailability of 10% amount of Micro Irrigation Mission to the Agriculture Department. 38

39 Good practices and Success stories SRI in hybrid paddy in 16 districts - Productivity has been increased by 40 to 60%. Ridge and Furrow as well as raised bed planting has increased productivity in soybean and other non- paddy Kharif crops by 20-30%. Balram Talab scheme introduced by State government where farmers are given subsidy upto Rs. 1 Lakh has proved beneficial for providing life saving and pre sowing irrigation. 39

40 Good practices and Success stories Yantradoot Scheme for total machanised farming in selected villages have been immensely beneficial in increasing production and productivity. Direct transfer of subsidy to the farmers account. Short term crop loan on zero percent interest being given to the farmers. The list of beneficiaries is regularly being uploaded in the department website. Campaign for third crop (summer crop) in command areas. 40

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44 Critical gaps in State plan 2013-14 vis-a-vis XII plan priorities Bulk of our farmers belong to small and marginal category with virtually little or no paying capacity. It is proposed that MGNREGA should be suitably amended and expanded to include agricultural operations in the fields of both job card holder and non job card holder S&M farmers to boost up production. Farm sector is facing acute shortage of labour. Adequate additional support to promote farm mechanization and establishing custom hiring centers should be extended 44

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51 51 RASHTRIYA KRISHI VIKAS YOJANA, MADHYA PRADESH Plan for the year 2013-14 Rs in Crores S. N. Thrust AreaS. N. Department & Name of ProjectAlready Sanctioned in Last SLSC for 2013-14 Proposed to be Sanctioned in Next SLSC Total for 2013-14 Agriculture 1 Ensuring availability of quality seed 1 Subsidy on Seed Production & Distribution Programme - 75.00 2 Strengthening of seed producing Govt. Farms 5.00 10.00 3 Project on Strengthening of Infrastructure of Farms under The M.P. Rajya Beej Evam Farm Vikas Nigam 1.86 - 4 Strengthening of Seed testing Lab. - 5.00 5 Development and strengthening of infrastructure facilities for seed production/ distribution through Beej Sangh. 0.75 - 2 Increasing irrigated area with judicious use of irrigation water 6 Providing Minor irrigation facilities to farmers by way of dug well and tube -well 5.00 10.00 7 Construction of Minor Irrigation 30.00 8 Project on distribution of Sprinkler,pipline & Drip System - 30.00 9 Distribution of Electrical/Diesel Pump 5.00 10.00 3 Enriching Soil Health 10 Preparation & distribution of Soil Health Card 5.00 0.005.00 11 Strengthening of Soil Testing Lab - 5.00 12 Nutrient Management - 4.00 13 Project proposal for promotion of Organic Farming - 5.00

52 52 RASHTRIYA KRISHI VIKAS YOJANA, MADHYA PRADESH Plan for the year 2013-14 Rs in Crores S. N Thrust AreaSNSN Department & Name of ProjectAlready Sanctioned in Last SLSC for 2013-14 Proposed to be Sanctioned in Next SLSC Total for 2013-14 Agriculture 4 Crop Health Management 14 Strengthening of Fertilizer testing lab. 6.00 - 15 Popularization of Seed Treatment - 15.00 5 Farmer Facilitation 16 Support of organic certification for small and marginal farmers - 1.00 17 Strengthening of Krishi Gyan Kendra 8.10 33.6041.70 18 Farm School 2.94 1.064.00 19 Project on Composite Nursery Raising for SRI - 10.00 20 Strengthening of Agriculture Extension and Training Centre - 15.00 21 Project to support Tribal having patta rights in forest villages through schemes of Agriculture Department. - 5.00 22 Subsidy for promotion of summer crop. - 5.00 23 Establishment of Javik Training Centre at Katni - 3.00 6 HRD 24 Foundation Course training to fresh/ Direct recruits in various cadres 1.07 1.002.07

53 53 RASHTRIYA KRISHI VIKAS YOJANA, MADHYA PRADESH Plan for the year 2013-14 Rs in Crores S. N Thrust AreaSNSN Department & Name of ProjectAlready Sanctioned in Last SLSC for 2013-14 Proposed to be Sanctioned in Next SLSC Total for 2013-14 Agriculture 7 Localized project 25 Establishment of small processing units for various crops for value addition. - 5.00 26 Project on popularization of HYB. Maize. - 8.00 27 Project on Sugarcane Development 10.00 - 8 Research & Development 28 Development of Farm Equipment and Machinery Testing at JNKVV, Jabalpur 3.38 - 29 Project proposal for Technological standardization at RVSKVV, Gwalior 6.49 - 9 Creation of Godown facilities 30 Creation of Godown facilities in Co-operative sector 53.00 - 10 Ground water recharge 31 Construction of Percolation Tank - 15.00 11PPPIAD 32 Increase in production & productivity, processing, value addition along with marketing in major pulses. 0.00 40.00 33 Increase in production & productivity, processing, value addition along with marketing in minor millets. 0.00 5.00

54 54 RASHTRIYA KRISHI VIKAS YOJANA, MADHYA PRADESH Plan for the year 2013-14 Rs in Crores S. N Thrust AreaSNSN Department & Name of ProjectAlready Sanctioned in Last SLSC for 2013-14 Proposed to be Sanctioned in Next SLSC Total for 2013-14 Agriculture 11PPPIAD 34 Promotion of organic farming and processing of organic produce, strengthening of backward forward linkage for marketing of agriculture produce. 0.00 5.00 35 Increase in production & productivity, processing, value addition strengthening of backward forward linkage for marketing of wheat (sharbati). 0.00 15.00 36 Increase in production & productivity, processing, value addition strengthening of backward forward linkage for marketing of durum wheat. 0.00 5.00 37 Increase in production & productivity, processing, value addition strengthening of backward forward linkage for marketing of Hybrid Maize in tribal areas. 0.00 15.00 38 Increase in production & productivity, processing, value addition strengthening of backward forward linkage for marketing of Hybrid Paddy in tribal areas. 0.00 10.00 Total -PPPIAD 0.00 95.00 Total- Agriculture 113.59 381.66495.25

55 55 Impact of RVP & FPR YearAmount Spent (Rs. in crores) Area Covered (Lakh ha.) Estimated arable land (in lakh ha.) 2008-0915.860.210.07 2009-1021.920.270.12 2010-1127.350.290.20 2011-1217.060.170.08 2012-13 (Upto Feb. 13 14.490.150.07

56 56 Macro Management 2012-13 ( Area in Ha, Amount in Lakh) ParticularPhy Target Area Treated GOI Allocation Exp. National Water Shed Prog. 14167 11212 1700 1345.44

57 Govt. of India launched this centrally sponsored scheme for strengthening and promoting Agriculture Informatics & Communication from February, 2011. Farmer Welfare & Agriculture Development, Horticulture and Fisheries department will work in-cordination in this project. During the year 2011-12 total amount of Rs.136.50 Lakh was released by Govt. of India for Site Preparation Work. Out of which Rs.136.428 Lakh utilized for site preparation work at district and block level offices. During year 2012-13 Rs.142.319 lakh released by GOI for site preparation (Agriculture Extension Training Centres), manpower supply & data digitization. Hardware is being supplied by Govt. of India for district, Labs., Training centres & block level offices. National e-Governance Plan in Agriculture (NeGPA)

58 Component wise Physical and Financial Progress Report of Mini Mission II (Tentative) Unit Financial in Lakh Rs. ComponentUnitsTarget 2011-12Achievement 11-12 UPTO FEB. Phy.Fin.Phy.Fin. Plant Protection Farmers Field SchoolNo.15025.5015025.50 Distribution of Pheromone/Ligh Traps Ha.2000.602000.60 Suply of Bio-agent/Bio-pesticideHa.200018.00200018.00 Water Saving Device Drip SystemNo.25062.5025062.50 Human Resource Development State Level Training of extension workers NO.40.6000.00 Other Components Contengencies/Staff at head quarter Rs014.0004.00 Component 100% funded by GOI FLD on Production TechnologyNo.4559.104558.78 TOTAL130.30119.38 58

59 59 ATMA 2012-13 (Rs. In Lakh) SEWPAllotmentExp. 5921.68 5217.84 2642.47

60 60 ATMA 2012-13 ComponentUnitTarAch Farmers trainedMan days2712125350 DemonstrationNo.108359150 Formation of FIG’sNo.3130 Farm schoolNo.15651425 Krishi Vigyan MelaNo.5048 BeneficiariesNo.-210000 Kisan SangoshthiNo.626 BeneficiariesNo.-12520 Exposure visitNo.12520079900 Farmer TrainingMonday4069024600

61 61 Activities under ATMA in PPP mode ActivitiesTarAch Farm Schools873800 Demonstrations37702912 Capacity Building1465505 Training Man days 1280012600 Farmer 's Tour Man days3487018350 PP Partners : – 20 partners GVT, ASA, PRADAN, DAWAT, K.J. EDU. SOC., NIWCYD, MCM, CARD, MANTHAN, SATPURA VIGYAN SABHA, SAMARPAN, NICT, MGP, SRIJAN, ACCESS, GRASSROOT, CEDMAP,AISECT, BYPASS, CRED, PRABHAT SAMAJ SEVA SANSTHAN, SHRI KRISHANA GRAMOTHAN SAMITEE, SVSS, JAN SAMASYA NIWARAN SANSTHAN.

62 62 Cotton Technology Mini Mission (MM-II) (Rs. In Lakh) YearGOI Allocation State share Allotment Exp. Feb.13 2012-13100.0030.30130.3094.50

63 Component wise Physical and Financial Progress Report of Mini Mission II(Tentative) Unit Financial in Lakh Rs. Component UnitsTarget 2012-13Achievement 12-13 UPTO FEB. Phy.Fin.Phy.Fin. Plant Protection Farmers Field SchoolNo.15025.507472.57 Distribution of Pheromone/Ligh TrapsHa.2000.601510.51 Suply of Bio-agent/Bio-pesticideHa.200018.00152913.75 Water Saving Device Drip SystemNo.25062.5025062.46 Human Resource Development State Level Training of extension workers NO.40.6010.15 Other Components Contengencies/Staff at head quarterRs-14.00-1.66 Component 100% funded by GOI FLD on Production TechnologyNo.4559.10170.003.4 TOTALTotal94.20 63

64 Farmer Welfare & Agriculture Bhopal (M.P.) presentation264 Sl. No. Name of V.T.P. CenterNo. 1State Institute of Agriculture Extension & Training (SIAET) 1 2Agriculture Engineering Work Shop 4 3Agriculture Extension and Training Center (A.E.T.C.) 19 4Agriculture Science Center (K.V.K.) 44 Total :- 68

65 presentation265 Sl.No. MES Course code Sector/Course No. of Trainees Duration (Hours) 12356 1AGR 101Basic Tractor Servicing 20150 2AGR 104 Repair maintenance and field operation of tillage equipments 20150 3AGR 105Bamboo Handicrafts and Furniture making 20150 4AGR 109 Repair and maintenance of Harvesting Equipments 20240 5AGR 221Custom hiring of Agricultural machinery 20150 6AGR 131Seed Production 30180 7AGR 132Mushroom Cultivation 3090 8AGR 134Bio Fertilizer 30120 9AGR 135Medicinal Plants 30300 10AGR 136Agro-Forestry 30300 11AGR 137Vermiculture & Vermi composting 3090 12AGR 138Preservation of Fruits and Vegetables 30240 13AGR 139Gardeners 30300 14AGR 140Entrepreneurship development in Agri-business 30480 15AGR 222Cultivation of Oilseeds and Pulses 3090 16ICT 101Computer fundamentals, MS Office and Internet 30120 17AHM 103Dairy Farming 30180 18TOY 103General sewing m/c operator (soft toys) 30360 19BMB 105Bamboo Handicrafts and Furniture making 30320

66 Farmer Welfare & Agriculture Bhopal (M.P.) PROGRESS UP TO 15 FEB-2013 presentation266 No of VTP Center 68 No of Trained Person 1428

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68 68 ISOPOM (Rs. IN LAKH) PARTICULAR GOISTATETOTAL Allocaton6000.37512000.12508000.5001 Unspent Balance9.72803.242712.9707 Release5690.64711896.88237587.5294 Total5700.37511900.12507600.5001 Exp.up to Jan.20135060.92501686.97506747.9000

69 69 ISOPOM (Rs. In Lakh) MissionGOI AllocationExp. Tentative OILSEED 5775.50005475.3750 MAIZE 225.0001 Total 6000.50015700.3751

70 OIL SEED ( Rupees in lakhs) Component Unit TargetAchivement Phy.Fin.Phy.Fin. Seed Component Purchase of Breeder seedsQtls 80048.003528211.68 Production of Foundation seedQtls 670067.0066121528.97 Production of certified seedQtls 90000900.002046271637.02 Distribution of certified seedQtls 1400001680.0054777657.32 TOTALQtls 2695.003034.99 Transfer of Technolgy Block demonstrations (i) SoybeanHa 20000600.0020000600.00 (ii) SesamumHa 100015.004506.75 (iii) NigerHa 100015.005057.58 (iv) Rapseed & MusterdHa 5000100.00490098.00 Bio intensive at different stages (A) SoybeanHa 60000256.8064305275.23 (B) MusterdHa 800074.40548951.05 Farmers TrainingNos 50075.0013820.70 Extn.Officers trainingNos 10016.00508.00 Publicity 2.000.00 TOTAL 1154.201067.30 70

71 Component Unit TargetAchivement Phy.Fin.Phy.Fin. Non-Seed inputs Distribution of gypsum/ pyrite/liming/dolomiteHa 00.000 Distribution of PP Equipments (a) Manually OperatedNos 500040.00500040.00 (b) Power OperatedNos 50010.0051810.36 Supply of PP ChemicalsHa 100000500.00132424662.12 Supply of weedicidesHa 30000150.00429621.48 Supply of Rhyzobium culture/ Phosphate Solubilising Bacteria Ha 8000080.00118506118.51 Supply of micronutrientsHa 500025.00630131.51 Supply of Improved farm implementsNos (i)Manual/BullockNos 2005.00862.15 (ii)Power OperatedNos 507.50294.35 Distribution of Sprinkler SetsHa 12000900.0010895817.13 Pipes for carrying water from source to the fieldUnit of 800m 130421956.30121881828.20 Staff & Contingencies 100.00 3.21 TOTAL 3773.80 3539.01 Innovative Components Multicrop Planter Nos. 2510.0030.15 RotavatorNos. 9557.006941.40 Multicrop thresherNos. 2510.00166.40 TOTAL 77.00 47.95 Other Payment 11.53 GRAND TOTAL 7700.00 7700.78 Cont….

72 MAIZE ( Rupees in lakhs) Component Unit TargetAchivement Phy.Fin.Phy.Fin. Seed Component Purchase of Breeder seedsQtls501.75451.58 Production of Foundation seedQtls2002.00850.85 Production of certified seedQtls5005.007017.01 Distribution of certified seedQtls150018.004475.36 TOTALQtls26.7514.80 Transfer of Technolgy Block demonstrations (i) MaizeHa200080.00160164.04 Bio intensive at different stages (i) MaizeHa00.000 Farmers TrainingNos9013.50274.05 Extn.Officers trainingNos457.20558.80 Publicity 0.00 TOTAL 20.70 12.85 72

73 Component UnitTargetAchivement Phy.Fin.Phy.Fin. Non-Seed inputs Distribution of gypsum/ pyrite/liming/dolomiteHa 00.000 Distribution of PP Equipments (a) Manually OperatedNos 2001.608726.98 (b) Power OperatedNos 601.001092.18 Supply of PP ChemicalsHa 250012.50429521.48 Supply of weedicidesHa 00.000 Supply of Rhyzobium culture/ Phosphate Solubilising Bacteria Ha 19751.9825372.54 Supply of micronutrientsHa 2001.002571.29 Supply of Improved farm implementsNos (i)Manual/BullockNos 451.131092.73 (ii)Power OperatedNos 00.000 Distribution of Sprinkler SetsHa 00.000 Pipes for carrying water from source to the field 800m 829124.35989148.35 Staff & Contingencies 0.000.000 TOTAL 143.55 185.53 Innovative Components Rotavator 4527.003822.80 Multicrop Thresher 52.0000.00 TOTAL 29.00 22.80 GRAND TOTAL 300.00 300.02 Note:- Progress As per Physical Bases) 73 Conti......

74 YEAR & SEASONWISE N P K KG./HECTARE CONSUMPTION. UNIT:- IN KG./HEC. YEAR N P K KG./HECTARE NPKTOTAL 2007-200838.7820.973.6963.44 2008-200939.9126.334.4770.71 2009-201043.7828.155.2977.21 2010-201147.6735.396.1389.19 2011-201249.5435.033.7188.24 2012-13(upto FEB.13) 45.5529.052.7877.38

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76 12 th Five Year Plan and Annual Plan 2013-14 (Rs in Crores) SNDepartment12 th Plan Ceiling Plan Ceiling 2012-13 Plan Ceiling 2013-14 % increase w.r.t 2012-13 1Agriculture 6351.501155.62979.60 -15% * 2Horticulture 1705.00207.55270.35 +30.25% 3 Animal Husbandry 1320.36228.51254.00 +11.15% 4Fisheries 233.0031.1330.15 -3.15% ** 5Forest 4286.03545.03780.00 +43.11% 6 Food & Civil Supplies 88.0011.6899.00 +747.60% 7Cooperatives 3976.00476.51736.00 +54.45% Total 17959.892656.033149.10 +18.56% * Amount of Bundelkhand package has not been included in 2013-14. ** Amount has been reduced in RKVY and Fish seed production. 76


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