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National Horticulture Mission Annual Action Plan 2009-10 Rajasthan Horticulture Development Society Directorate of Horticulture, Pant Krishi Bhawan, Jaipur.

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

2 I A I B I C II A II B III A III B IV A IV B V Humid 15 % Sub Humid 8% Semi Arid 16 % & Arid 61 %  Rajasthan is endowed with diverse soil and weather conditions  The state has well identified 10 Agro-climatic zones The diversity in climatic conditions of the State creates potentiality to develop certain belts of horticultural crops in the State. Rajasthan Agro-ecological situation

3 Present status of Horticulture in Rajasthan Area in Lac ha & Production in Lac MT

4 Impact of National Horticulture Mission Significant increase in area and production

5 (Year wise outlay and expenditure) 5 Rs. Lac Physical and financial progress achieved during previous years {<}

6 SWOT analysis of horticulture in Rajasthan Strengths  Diverse climatic conditions suitable for various crops  Favorable climate for production of Mandarin, Kinnow, Papaya, Pomegranate, Mango, Lime, Ber, Aonla and Seed spices  Available surplus in Spices, Onion, Pea, Tomato Weakness  Lesser - availability of quality seeds of vegetable and spices and quality planting material of fruits.  Lack of water resources  Weak post harvest management facilities  Inadequate processing units Opportunities  Scope in area expansion of fruits and dry land horticulture  Potential to increase production and export of seed spices.  Vast domestic market which is yet untapped  lac ha of cultivable waste land Threats  High cost of production and lack of remunerative prices to farmers  Price fluctuations and market gluts  Poor participation by private sector to invest in PH infrastructure  Over exploiting ground water & frequent droughts

7 Strategy for implementation of NHM The strategy is:  To cultivate horticultural crops under a cluster approach, wherein all focus and operation will be emphasized on a cluster of horticulture crops and all common resources are pooled and put in to cultivation excellence.  End-to-end approach covering all production, post harvest and market related aspects for holistic development of horticulture to assure appropriate returns to the growers / producers and nutritional security of common people.  Integration of fruit orchard plantation with farm ponds and water saving technologies of drip system of irrigation  Enhancement of scope of employment with the intervention of pre and post harvest infrastructure and hi-tech green house cultivation.  Skill development and capacity building of all stakeholders.  Forward linkage with processing industries by providing financial assistance to the horticulture based processing units from state plan schemes. The strategy is:  To cultivate horticultural crops under a cluster approach, wherein all focus and operation will be emphasized on a cluster of horticulture crops and all common resources are pooled and put in to cultivation excellence.  End-to-end approach covering all production, post harvest and market related aspects for holistic development of horticulture to assure appropriate returns to the growers / producers and nutritional security of common people.  Integration of fruit orchard plantation with farm ponds and water saving technologies of drip system of irrigation  Enhancement of scope of employment with the intervention of pre and post harvest infrastructure and hi-tech green house cultivation.  Skill development and capacity building of all stakeholders.  Forward linkage with processing industries by providing financial assistance to the horticulture based processing units from state plan schemes.

8 Focus crops for the State Focus crops: Based on  Market linkages (existing and potential)  Return to farmers  Production advantage- potential in the domestic market  Export potential  Fruits: Mandarin, Kinnow, Pomegranate, Mango, Papaya, Bael, Ber, Aonla, Guava, Lime, Sweet orange  Spices: Coriander, Cumin, Fenugreek, Fennel, Mehandi  Flowers: Rose (Dutch rose & Desi rose), Gerbera Focus crops: Based on  Market linkages (existing and potential)  Return to farmers  Production advantage- potential in the domestic market  Export potential  Fruits: Mandarin, Kinnow, Pomegranate, Mango, Papaya, Bael, Ber, Aonla, Guava, Lime, Sweet orange  Spices: Coriander, Cumin, Fenugreek, Fennel, Mehandi  Flowers: Rose (Dutch rose & Desi rose), Gerbera Focus crops are being promoted with cluster approach near the existing infrastructure for pre & post harvest, market, processing and AEZ's having a minimum area of 50 ha in each district

9 Market Linkages  Four Food parks  Two AEZ’s  81 Cold Storages  57 Processing units (fruits)  125 Mandis (19 Commodity Specific Markets)

10 Proposed Action Plan for Revised Annual Action Plan Central Share State Share Total Rs. in Lac Provision of Rs Lac as state matching share

11 Reason: Rapidly depleting ground Water Safe Critical {<} Over exploiting ground water in almost all blocks of the state  Semi critical- 14  Critical- 50  Over exploited –140 dark zones  Safe- 32 only State has established an excellent model by integrating fruit orchard plantation with farm ponds and water saving technologies of micro irrigation- Drip System Planned to brought ha area under fruit crops during next 3 years for doubling the production by  : ha  : ha  : ha Major Thrust

12 12 Promotion of green house cultivation through provision of additional subsidy. 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 {<} Major Thrust  Capitalize on the naturally growing organic produce  Organic Farming linked with Internal Control System & Certification Private sector participation in pre and post harvest infrastructure:  Allowing direct purchase from farmers  Allowing setting up of private mandies  Contract farming in horticultural crops  Subsidy on Aonla, Mandarin & Isabgol produce based processing 50 % of the cost of plant & machinery or Rs. 100 lacs whichever is less  Subsidy on planting material for green house/ shade net house cultivation  20% additional subsidy on drip irrigation system installation under MIS

13 Planting Material Arrangement

14 Measures to ensure the quality of planting material  Formation of RAJHANS, an autonomous society for raising of quality planting material of fruits  Mother plants assessment by scientists at RAJHANS units  District level committee to monitor, supervise & register private nurseries  Procurement of quality material from SAU’S & registered nurseries  Establishment of new mother plant blocks from ICAR Institutes/ SAU’s  Focusing on production of plant material for the varieties which are in short supply  Formation of RAJHANS, an autonomous society for raising of quality planting material of fruits  Mother plants assessment by scientists at RAJHANS units  District level committee to monitor, supervise & register private nurseries  Procurement of quality material from SAU’S & registered nurseries  Establishment of new mother plant blocks from ICAR Institutes/ SAU’s  Focusing on production of plant material for the varieties which are in short supply

15 Proposal for AAP S. No. Name of Component/ Sub-component UnitPhy. TargetFinancial Targets (Rs. Lac) State ShareGOI ShareTotal aDevelopment of Nurseries iPublic Sector i) Model Nursery (4ha.)Nos ii) Small Nursery (1 ha.)Nos iiPrivate Sector i) Model Nursery (4ha.)Nos ii)Small Nursery (1 ha.)Nos Total bVegetable Seed Production Public SectorHa Private SectorHa Total cSeed Infrastructrure Public Sector Private Sector Total

16 S. No. Name of Component/ Sub-component UnitPhy. Target Financial Targets (Rs. Lac) State ShareGOI ShareTotal 2Establishment of New gardens aFruitsHa Old Ha Old Ha Fruits sub Total bFlowers (Loose Flowers) SF/MFHa Flowers sub Total cSpicesHa dMedicinal and Aromatic PlantsHa Total Rejuvenation of senile plantationHa Creation of Water resourcesNos AAP Continued…..

17 S. No. Name of Component/ Sub-component UnitPhy. Target Financial Targets (Rs. Lac) State ShareGOI ShareTotal 5Protected cultivation aGreen House iSmall & Marginal FarmersSq. Mtr iiOther FarmersSq. Mtr bMulchingHa cShade NetSq. Mtr dPlastic tunnelSq. Mtr Total Promotion of INM/IPM aDisease Forecasting unitsNos bPromotion of IPMHa cBio Control Labs (Private)Nos dPlant health clinic (Public)Nos Total AAP Continued…..

18 S. No. Name of Component/ Sub-component UnitPhy. Target Financial Targets (Rs. Lac) State ShareGOI ShareTotal 7Organic Farming aAdoption of organic farmingHa bVermi compost unitsNos cCertificationHa Total HRD Pollination support -bee-keepingNos Technology dissemination New Interventions aHorticulture Implements/ equip d.Spices drying sheets Total AAP Continued…..

19 S. No. Name of Component/ Sub-component UnitPhy. Target Financial Targets (Rs. Lac) State ShareGOI ShareTotal BPost Harvest Management aPack HouseNos bCold Storage unitsNos cC.A. Storage dRef. Vans/ ContainersNos eMobile/primary processing unitsNos f Whole sale market gExtension, quality awarenessPB Total Sub Total DMission Management a Mission Structure bTechnical Support GroupPB Sub Total Grand Total AAP Continued…..

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21 Major achievements so far

22 Human Resource Development

23 HRD- Training calendar

24 HRD- Training Organising Institutes


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