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1 1 National Horticulture Mission Rajasthan : Annual Action Plan Rajasthan Horticulture Development Society Directorate of Horticulture, Krishi Bhawan, Jaipur

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3 3  Rajasthan has extremes of temperatures from sub zero in winter to above 45 degrees centigrade in summer  Rainfall highly variable – Range 15 to 90 cms.  3 out of 5 years affected by drought

4 4 Horticulture: Present Scenario … * Departmental estimates Crop group AreaProd.AreaProd.AreaProd.AreaProd. Fruits0.42* *3.40*0.55*3.74*0.58*4.64 Vegetables Spices Flowers M&A Plants Total Area in Lac ha & Production in Lac MT {<}

5 Comments on the observation made by GOI SN GOI observation Comments1. Base line information Base line information Information enclosed 2. Two new perennial crops of lime and sapota proposed Both the crops were approved in AAP (only for newly included districts) 3. District wise and component wise break up of physical and financial programme of ongoing districts Available at annexure 1 to 7 of AAP document 4. Details of fruits for area expansion and maintenance Details of fruits for area expansion are available at Annexure 1 of AAP document. Details of fruits for maintenance indicated at Annexure 8. Original plan : Rs Crore Revised plan : Rs Crore Creation of water resources components reduced

6 SN GOI observation Comments5. Crop wise details for rejuvenation Already provided in AAP document (Page no. 29) 6. Creation of water resources Reduced to about 20%. Fluctuations in area & prod. due to frequent drought conditions, We want to bring stability through rain water harvesting based fruit plantations having drought proofing power 7. No. of farmers to be trained and gardeners, supervisors, entrepreneurs and officers training Available at page no. 38 of AAP document

7 (Year wise outlay and expenditure) 7 YearApproved Action Plan Funds released ExpenditureUnspent balance as on 1 st April Rs. Lac Physical and financial progress achieved during previous three years {<} Financial summery Field activities (A)Project based activities (B)Total (A+B) TargetAch.ProvisionApprovedAch

8 8 New area coverage under NHM during previous three years Crops Crop wise area increase (ha) Aonla Mandarin Ber Kinnow Guava others Coriander Cumin Fenugreek Chilli Fennel Flowers Isabgol Total – ha. Fruits – ha. Spices – ha. Flowers – 2713 ha. M & A Plants – 2686 ha. {<}

9 9 Physical and financial programme for the activities proposed to be taken up during Revised Annual Action Plan for (As per discussions) Central Share State Share Total Rs. in crores

10 10 New proposals for Public Sector Public SectorProposed District Phy. Target Fin. (Rs.lac) Plants to be raised Model Nurseries Banswara Mango Jhalawar Mandarin Jhunjhunu Pomegranate, Citrus, Bael Chittorgarh Mandarin, Bael Total Small Nurseries Ganganagar Kinnow Bhilwara Mandarin, Lime, Guava Nagaur Bael, Ber Jalore Ber, Pomegranate, Bael Total Grand Total Development of Nurseries

11 11 Private Sector Phy.Target (Nos.) Fin. (Rs. lac) DistrictsPlants to be raised Model Nursery Sriganganagar, Bhilwara, Udaipur, Sirohi, Jhunjhunu, Aonla, Mandarin, Guava, Lime, Mango, Bael, Pomegranate, Flowers Small Nursery Udaipur, Bundi, Jaipur, Ajmer, Alwar, Jhalawar, Tonk, Sirohi, Jodhpur, Ganganagar, Kota, Jhunjhunu, S.Madhopur, Banswara, Dungarpur, Mango, Aonla, Guava, Lime, Mandarin, Sapota, Bael, Pomegranate, Rose, Flowers, Ber, Kinnow, Grand Total Private Sector {<} {<} {>}

12 12 Establishment of new gardens- Fruits: S.No.FruitArea (ha.)Varieties 1Aonla1500NA-7, Chaikaiya, Kanchan, Krishna 2Kinnow800Kinnow 3Mandarin1000Nagpuri 4Ber1250Umran, Gola, Seb 5Pomegranate825Arkta, Mridula, Sinduri, Jalore Seedless 6Bael675Narendra Bael-1, 2, 5 7Guava1500L-49, Allahabad Safeda 8Mango850Dashehri, Langra, Amrapali, Mallika,Kesar 9Lime1000Kagzi lime 10Papaya500P.delicious, P. majesty, CO-2 11Sapota100Cricket ball, Kalipatti Total10000

13 13CropsDemandAvailability Other sources TotalVarietiesAonla Chaikaiya, NA-7 Mandarin Nagpuri Ber Gola, Umran Kinnow Kinnow Pomegranate Sinduri, Arkta Bael Narendra Bael 2 & 5 Guava L-49, A. Safeda Mango Langra, Dashehari Lime Kagzi lime Sapota Kalipatti, Cricketball Total Plants Lac Nos Availability of planting material

14 14 Requirement : lac (All schemes/ individuals) Production : lac Mechanism to ensure quality planting material:  Nursery Bill 2008  RAJHANS - Mother plants assessment by scientists - Mother plants assessment by scientists - District level committee to monitor, - District level committee to monitor, supervise & to register pvt nurseries supervise & to register pvt nurseries - Production, procurement & supply of - Production, procurement & supply of quality material quality material - New mother plant blocks from ICAR Institutes/SAU’s - New mother plant blocks from ICAR Institutes/SAU’s Planting material arrangement : Strategy

15 15 Establishment of new gardens- Flowers: Flower groupArea (ha.)CropsDistricts Cut Flowers20Dutch Rose, Gerbera Jaipur, Alwar, Ajmer, Kota, Tonk, Ganganaga, Sirohi, Udaipur Bulbous flowers20Gladiolus, Tuberose Jaipur, Ajmer, Alwar, Kota Loose flowers1000Rose, Marigold, Gaillardia, China aster Jaipur, Ajmer, Alwar, Bhilwara, Ganganagar, Kota, Chittorgarh, Banswara, Karauli, Udaipur, Bundi, S. Madhopur, Tonk, Sirohi, Jhunjhunu, Dungarur Total1040

16 16 Establishment of new gardens- Spices: Crop Area (ha.)Name of districts Coriander1200Kota, Baran Jhalawar, Chittorgarh, Karauli, S.Madhopur, Bundi Cumin1300Jodhpur Pali, Jalore, Barmer, Nagaur, Jaipur, Tonk, S.Madhopur, Sirohi, Bhilwara, Jhunjhunu Fenugreek750Jaipur, Nagaur, Jhalawar, Kota, Baran, Pali, Banswara, S.Madhopur, Bhilwara, Jhunjhunu Chilli800Ajmer, Jodhpur, Pali, Tonk, Jalore, Banswara, Karauli, S.Madhopur, Bhilwara, Sirohi, Udaipur, Dungarpur Fennel350Jodhpur, Pali, Jalore, S.Madhopur, Tonk, Sirohi, Bhilwara Garlic300Kota, Baran Jhalawar, Chittorgarh, Jodhpur, Banswara Ginger150Banswara, Chittorgarh, Dungarpur, Udaipur Turmeric150Banswara, Chittorgath, Dungarpur, Udaipur Aloe vera125Jaipur, Ajmer, Alwar, Tonk, Pali, Jodhpur, Nagaur, Chittorgarh Mehandi125Jodhpur, Pali Isabgol175Barmer, Jalore, Jodhpur, Pali, Sirohi Aswagandha75Banswara, Chittorgarh, Jodhpur, Pali, S. Madhopur Total5500

17 17 Rejuvenation of senile plantation: Crop DistrictArea (ha.) Fin.  Rs. in lacs  KinnowSriganganagar MandarinJhalawar MangoBanswara, Dungarpur LimeBanswara, Jalore, karauli, Pali, S. Madhopur GuavaS.Madhopur, Karauli Total

18 18 Over exploiting ground water in almost all blocks of the state  Safe- 32  Semi critical- 14  Critical- 50  Over exploited –140 dark zones All 32 districts are endemic to fluoride problem 25 districts are affected by salinity Underground water quality is deteriorating (19%in 1991 to 25% in 2003) Most of the soils are loamy fine to coarse sands, productive under irrigated situations with adequate fertilizers Development of Horticulture through rain water harvesting: Fluctuations in area & prod. due to frequent drought conditions, We want to bring stability through rain water harvesting based fruit plantations having drought proofing power

19 19 Rapidly depleting ground Water: Safe Critical Total 237 blocks, Over exploited – 140 (Dark zones), Rest critical  Area to be treated – 3000 ha.  Total no. of water resources- 300 Nos  Requirement of funds – cror es {<}

20 20 Protected cultivation: S.No.ComponentPhy. Targets Fin.  Rs. lac  aGreen House Sq. Mtr bMulching50 ha.3.50 cShade Net Sq. Mtr.7.00 dPlastic tunnel10000 Sq. Mtr.0.50 Total State government made provision of additional subsidy for green house construction. Now subsidy available for green house in the State is:  75 % for SF/MF farmers instead of 50% under NHM  50 % for other farmers instead of 33% under NHM {<}

21 21 Promotion of IPM/ INM: ComponentPhy. Targets Fin.  lacs  Disease Forecasting unit10 Nos Promotion of IPM10000 ha Bio Control Lab2 Nos Plant health clinic4 Nos Leaf tissue analysis lab1 Nos Total350.00

22 22 Organic Farming: Programme for Phy. Target Fin.  Rs. lac  Adoption of organic farming2500 ha Vermi compost unit600 Nos Certification Total Strength: Capitalize on the naturally growing organic produce Linked with Internal Control System & Certification Began in – 466 ha area, 825 ha in & 1290 ha in {<}

23 23 HRD including horticulture institute: S.No.ItemNos.AssistanceFinancial A. 1 Farmers Training - Production Technology Agro processing, Marketing and Packaging Export & phytosanitary activities Preservation of F & V IPM Seed Production Bee Keeping BExposure Tours COfficial/ Officer training Inside state Out side state Abroad D I. Training of Supervisors – SIAM & Takarda II. Training of Supervisors – KVK Abusar E Gardener’s Training - SIAM Total200.00

24 24 Pollination support through Bee-Keeping: S. No. District No. of Bee Colonies No. of Bee Hives/ Equipment Financial Req. (Rs. in lacs) Crop 1Bharatpur Mustard, Citrus, Ber, Mango, Guava, Arhar, Cucurbits, Dhaincha, Neem 2Karauli S. Madhopur Chittorgarh Alwar Kota Jaipur Ganganagar Baran Sirohi Bhilwara Total

25 25 Technology dissemination through Front line demonstration: To conduct front line demonstrations – at SAU;s  Demonstration of Hi-tech horticulture practices for flowers, fruits, vegetables in open fields & Green house cultivation fruits, vegetables in open fields & Green house cultivation  Demonstrative unit - primary processing & PHM of perishables of perishables  Technology dissemination & training Rs lac Collaborators : Rajasthan Agriculture University, Bikaner Maharana Pratap University of Agriculture & Technology, Udaipur.

26 26 Post Harvest Management: S. No. Component UnitTargets Fin.  Rs. lac  aPack HouseNos bCold Storage unitsNos cC.A. StorageNos dRef. Vans/ ContainersNos eMobile processing unitsNos fMarket intelligence PB gBuy Back Intervention PB50.00 hEstt. of Marketing Infrastructure for horticulture produce in Govt. / Private /Cooperative Sector PB i)Whole Sale MarketsNos ii)Rural Markets/ Apni Mandi/ Direct MarketsNos iii)Functional Infrastructure for collection / gradingNos iv)Extension, quality awareness & market led extension activities for fresh processed products PB Total

27 27 S.No.Component Phy. (Nos) Fin. (Lac Rs) Remarks 1 Farmer's friendly literature, posters, exhibits, video films Rs. one lac per district & Rs lac at hq. 2 Publicity through print media/ electronic media National Level Seminar One Seminar on PHM aspects of Aonla and aloe vera 4 State level farmer's fair15.00One fair at Jaipur 5 District level Farmer's fair One fair at each district. 6 Seminar (2 days) Orientation workshop (one day) One work shop in each district. 8 Hiring of consultants As per Rs /- per month for 12 months. Total Technical support Group

28 28 S.No.ComponentFinancial Rs. Lac DMission Management 1 State & District Mission Structure including additional manpower & project preparation cost Support to Cooperatives for infrastructure requirement Institutional Strengthening, hire, purchase of vehicles, hardware/software ENew Interventions {<}{<} 1 Horticulture equipments Distribution of drying spices sheets50.00 Grand Total Mission management and Innovative programme

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30 30 YearApproved districts NosName Alwar, Jaipur, Ajmer, Kota, Baran, Jhalawar, Chittorgarh, Jodhpur, Pali, Jalore, Barmer, Nagaur, Ganganagar Alwar, Jaipur, Ajmer, Kota, Baran, Jhalawar, Chittorgarh, Jodhpur, Pali, Jalore, Barmer, Tonk,Nagaur, Ganganagar, {Banswara Karauli, S.Madhopur (IDPHT)} Alwar, Jaipur, Ajmer, Kota, Baran, Jhalawar, Chittorgarh, Jodhpur, Pali, Jalore, Barmer, Tonk,Nagaur, Ganganagar, {Banswara Karauli, S.Madhopur (IDPHT)}, Sirohi, Udaipur, Dungarpur, Bhilwara, Bundi, Jhunjhunu Name & Number of districts approved in , & :

31 31 Name & Number of crops approved in , & : YearApproved crops NosName FruitsAonla, Mandarin, Kinnow, Ber SpicesCoriander, Cumin, Fenugreek, Chilli, M&A PlantsAloevera, Mehandi, citronella, jamarosa etc FlowersCut flower, Bulbous flower, Loose flower (Rose, Merigold) FruitsAonla, Mandarin, Kinnow, Ber, Bael, Pomegranate, Guava, Papaya, Lemon/citrus, Mango SpicesCoriander, Cumin, Fenugreek, Chilli, Garlic, Ginger, Turmeric, Fennel M&A PlantsAloevera, Mehandi, Isabgol, Lemongrass, Ashwagandha, Safedmusali FlowersCut flower, Bulbous flower, Loose flower (Rose, Merigold etc.) As approved in {>}

32 32 Market linkages: Food Parks Four food parks 1. Ranpur at Kota 2. Boranda at Jodhpur 3. Udhyog Vihar at GNG 4.Neemrana at Alwar Product focus: KotaCoriander, Fenugreek, Aonla, Mandarin, Garlic, Potatoes, Tomato JodhpurCumin, Chilli, Garlic, Onion, Ber, Pomegranate, Aonla, Sonamukhi, Mehandi, Isabgol GNGKinnow, Orange, Aromatic grasses AlwarChilli, citrus Aonla, Capsicum

33 33 Market linkages: AEZ’s and Commodity Markets - AEZ’s Commodity Specific Markets CommodityCommodity Specific Markets Commodity Merta cityCuminBassiTomato AlwarOnionPushkarFlowers RamganjmandiCorianderBhawanimandiOrange ChomuAonlaSGNRKinnow ChipabarodGarlicAjmerFlowers TonkChilliShahpuraTinda S.MadhopurGuavaSojatcityMehandi JodhpurCuminSojatcitySonamukhi BhinmalIsabgolJhalrapatanAshwgandha Two AEZ’s for cumin and coriander19 commodity specific markets {>}

34 34 Physical and financial progress achieved during previous three years S. No. Name of Scheme/Component Unit Physical and financial progress (Rs. Lac) Phy.Fin.Phy.Fin.Phy.Fin. A Plantation Infrastructure & Dev. 1 Production of planting material a Development of Nurseries iPublic Sector i)Model Nursery (4ha.)Nos i)Small Nursery (1 ha.)Nos iiPrivate Sector i)Model Nursery (4ha.)Nos i)Small Nursery (1 ha.)Nos Total bVegetable Seed Production Public SectorHa Private SectorHa Total cSeed Infrastructure Public Sector Private Sector Total {>}

35 35 S. No. Name of Scheme/ComponentUnit Physical and financial progress Phy.Fin.Phy.Fin.Phy.Fin. 2Estt. of New gardens aFruits (Perennial)Ha First year MaintenanceHa Second year MaintenanceHa Fruits sub Total bFlowers iCut Flowers a) Small & Marginal FarmersHa. b) Other FarmersHa. iiBulbous Flowers a) Small & Marginal FarmersHa. b) Other FarmersHa. iiiLoose Flowers a)Small & Marginal FarmersHa b)Other FarmersHa Flowers sub Total cSpicesHa dM&A Plants Total Physical and financial progress achieved during previous three years {>}

36 36 S. No. Name of Scheme/ComponentUnit Physical and financial progress Phy.Fin.Phy.Fin.Phy.Fin. 3Rejuvenation of senile plantation Ha Water resourcesNo Protected cultivation aGreen House iSmall & Marginal FarmersSqM iiOther FarmersSqM bMulchingHa cShade NetSqM dPlastic tunnelSqM Total Promotion of INM/IPM iSanitary and phytosanitary iiPromotion of IPMHa iiiDisease Forecasting unitsNos iv Bio control labs vPlant health clinic (Public Sector)Nos viLeaf tissue analysis labs Total Physical and financial progress achieved during previous three years {>}

37 37 S. No Name of Scheme/ComponentUnit Physical and financial progress Phy.Fin.Phy.Fin.Phy.Fin. 7Organic Farming aAdoption of organic farmingHa bVermi compost unitsNos cCertification Total HRD Farmers Training Exposure Tours Officers/ Officials Training Training of supervisors Entrepreneurs Training Gardeners Training Total 9Pollination support through bee-keeping Nos Technology dissemination through Front line demons Physical and financial progress achieved during previous three years {>}

38 38 S. No. Name of Scheme/ComponentUnit Physical and financial progress Phy.Fin.Phy.Fin.Phy.Fin. B Post Harvest Management 1 Pack House Nos. 2 Cold Storage units Nos Ref. Vans/ Containers Nos. 4 Mobile processing units Nos. 5 Market intelligence Nos Buy back intervention 7Establishment of marketing infrastructure for hort. crops a Wholesale Market b Rural Market/ Apni Mandi c Functional infrastructure dExtension, quality awareness & market led extension activitiees for fresh processed products Total Physical and financial progress achieved during previous three years {>}

39 39 S. No. Name of Scheme/ComponentUnit Physical and financial progress Phy.Fin.Phy.Fin.Phy.Fin. D Mission Management a State & District Mission Structure b Support to co-operatives c Institutional Strengthening c Technical support group I State level farmer fair Nos ii District level farmer fair Nos iii Seminar (Two days) Nos iv Orientation workshop Nos v Farmer friendly literature, posters, exhibits, video films viElectronic/ print media Sub Total Total F New Interventions a Horticulture equipments b Distribution of drying sheets Total Grand Total Physical and financial progress achieved during previous three years {>}

40 40 NurseryDistrict Phy.Target (Nos.)Fin. (Rs. lac) Plants to be raised Model Nursery Sriganganagar Bhilwara Aonla, Mandarin, Guava, Lime Udaipur Mango, Aonla, Guava, Lime Sirohi Flowers/ Mango Jhunjhunu Bael, Pomegranate Total Small Nursery Udaipur Mango, Aonla, Guava, Lime Bundi Mandarin, Sapota Jaipur Aonla, Bael, Pomegranate, lime Ajmer Aonla, Rose, Bael, Guava Alwar Aonla, Bael, Flowers Jhalawar Mandarin Tonk Aonla, Guava, Pomegranate, lime Sirohi Pomegranate, Mango, Flowers Jhodhpur Ber / Pomegranate Ganganagar Kinnow/ Rose, Pomegranate Kota Mandarin, Mango Jhunjhunu Ber, Aonla, Bael S. Madhopur Guava, Mango Banswara Mango Dungarpur Mango, Guava, Lime Total Grand Total {>} 2. Private Sector

41 41 Green House: DistrictsGreen house (Sq. mtr.) Ajmer20000 Alwar Baran6000 Bhilwara6000 Chittor10000 Jaipur60000 Jhalawar10000 Jhunjhunu8000 Kota20000 Nagaur15000 S. Madhopur50000 Sirohi10000 Sriganganagar30000 Tonk10000 Udaipur25000 Total {>}

42 42 Protected cultivation: Mulching Shade net DistrictArea (Ha.)Fin. Req. (Rs. in lacs) DistrictShade net units (sq.mt.)Fin. Req. (Rs lac) Ajmer Ajmer Jhalawar Alwar Kota Bhilwara S. Madhopur Bundi Sriganganagar Chittor Total Jaipur Plastic tunnels Jalore DistrictPlastic Tunnel (Sq. mtr.) Fin. (Rs. In lacs) Jhalawar Jhunjhunu Jhunjhunu Sriganganagar Jodhpur Total Karauli Kota Pali S. Madhopur Sirohi Sriganganagar Tonk Udaipur Total

43 43 S.No.DisritctArea (ha.) Fin.  Rs. in lacs  Indicative Hort. crops in rotation 1Ajmer Vegetables 2Alwar Fruits 3Banswara Fruits, Vegetables 4Baran Coriander 5Barmer Cumin, Isabgol 6Bhilwara Spices 7Bundi505.00Coriander 8Chittor Coriander 9Dungarpur505.00Spices 10Jaipur Fenugreek, Vegetables 11Jalore Cumin 12Jhalawar Coriander 13Jhunjhunu Fenugreek, vegetables 14Jodhpur Cumin, vegetables 15Karauli505.00Chilli 16Kota Coriander 17Nagaur Cumin 18Pali Cumin, chilli 19S. Madhopur Spices 20Sirohi505.00Fennel 21Sriganganagar Kinnow 22Tonk Chilli, Cumin 23Udaipur Ginger, turmeric Total Adoption of organic farming: {>}

44 44 Vermi compost units: S.No.DisritctVermi compost Unit (Nos.)Fin. req. (Rs. in lacs) 1Ajmer Alwar Banswara Baran Barmer Bhilwara Bundi Chittor Dungarpur Jaipur Jalore Jhalawar Jhunjhunu Jodhpur Karauli Kota Nagaur Pali S. Madhopur Sirohi Sriganganagar Tonk Udaipur Total

45 45 Innovative Proposal : 1. Horticulture equipment/ Implements 1.To control the insect pest, Modern PP equipments are to be provided to the farmers on subsidized rates 2.For training, pruning and removing of unwanted growth financial assistance is proposed on horticulture implements 3.To impart intercultural operations in fruit orchards, small tractors are also to be popularised among the farmers to enhance the productivity of the fruit crops Backpack sprayer, Power sprayer, Foot sprayer, Tractor/trolley mounted power sprayer, Horticulture tools, Small Tractor for intercultural operations in orchards etc. will be provided to the farmers The assistance will be 50% of total cost of equipment/ Small Tractor / tools subject to ceiling of Rs /- per beneficiary. During the year , a financial provision of Rs lacs has been kept for distribution of equipments/ tools.

46 46 Innovative Proposal : 2. Distribution of Drying Spices Sheets Rajasthan contributes more than 50% of national production of seed spices State is leading producer of coriander, cumin & fenugreek Spices farmers are not adopting hygienic conditions during threshing Many times heavy losses occurs and quality of the produce also gets spoiled Farmers could not get attractive prices in domestic as well as international market Distribution of plastic sheets for drying/ threshing of seed spices rather than to dry on ground may help in getting remunerative prices

47 47 Distribution of Drying Spices Sheets: Technical specifications for drying spices sheets: Five layered polythene sheet (6X8 meter), 250 GSM (gram per square meter), Color-Black Both sides coated specially with reinforced HDPE fabric heavy duty 5 layers rigged with tear resistance strength, Heat sealed edge reinforced with rope and humid with minimum 25 mm overlap fitted with eyelets 120 cm apart all round out to sizes Financial assistance proposed: 50 % of cost limited to Rs. 1000/- per sheet (6x8 mtr) Maximum assistance admissible per beneficiary will be Rs For distribution of drying spices sheets and construction of cemented drying yards, a sum of Rs lacs is proposed for the year {>}


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