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NATIONAL FOOD SECURITY MISSION 6 th NFSM-EC meeting (Date 15.12.10) NATIONAL FOOD SECURITY MISSION 6 th NFSM-EC meeting (Date 15.12.10) Department of Agriculture,

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1 NATIONAL FOOD SECURITY MISSION 6 th NFSM-EC meeting (Date ) NATIONAL FOOD SECURITY MISSION 6 th NFSM-EC meeting (Date ) Department of Agriculture, Maharashtra State 1

2 CropRiceWheatPulses Districts covered 6833 Districts Nasik, Pune, Bhandara, Gondia, Chandrapur, Gadchiroli Ahmednagar, Aurangabad, Dhule, Nagpur, Nasik, Parbhani, Pune, Solapur All over Maharashtra National Food Security Mission 2

3 1. Financial Statement (Rs. In crores) 3

4 2. Physical/Financial progress Rice (Rs. In Lakh) 4

5 2. Physical/Financial progress Wheat (Rs. In Lakh) 5

6 Monthly Progress Report of NFSM Pulses for the month of November (Rs. In Lakh) 6

7 Monthly Progress Report of NFSM Pulses for the month of November (Rs. In Lakh) 7

8 Accelerated Pulses Production Programme (A3P) Strategy :- Demonstration on 1000 ha. 1)No. of farmers in each block are grouped in the group of 10 farmers as a unit. 2)Trainings of group leaders and farmers were conducted with involvement of SAUs scientists. 3)Improved technology package was adopted as under on pre condition:- i) In-situ moisture conservation activities Contour cultivation, Dead furrow, BBF, ii) Use of seed of improved varieties. iii) Seed treatment with bio-fertilizer. iv) Timely sowing v) Planting distance, plant population & inter-cropping. vi) Inter-culturing. vii) INM, Foliar application of Urea. viii) IPM ix) Protective irrigation. x) Innovative practices like Bidar technology, Drip & Sprinkler irrigation on certain area. 4) 1 block was selected for seed production of black gram. 8

9 Accelerated Pulses Production Programme (A3P) 5. Printing of literature & Awareness. i) Leaflets and Pamplets of package of practices have been prepared and distributed to all farmers involved. ii) Booklet of technical information have been prepared and distributed. iii)Booklet of A3P programme have been prepared for group leaders and extension workers. iv)Jingles & footnotes of programme have been broadcasted on Radio & T.V. 6) For awareness, krishi dindies were arranged. 7)Input supply was made available before sowing and distributed publically. 8)Appointment of pest scout / pest monitor under cropsap programme for surveillance, monitoring of pest and diseases. 9

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13 Accelerated Pulses Production Programme (A3P ) Kharif Crop:- Green gram 13

14 Accelerated Pulses Production Programme (A3P ) Kharif Crop:- Black gram 14

15 Sr. No.ItemUnitCost (Rs. per ha)Physical TargetSupply Financial Target (Rs in lakh) Financial Achievement (Rs in lakh) SeedQtl.GOI4160 GOI 1DAP M.T Zinc Sulphate M.T Ferous Sulphate M.T Rhizobium Culture M.T PSB Culture M.T Trichoderma M.T Urea foliar (spray) M.T Total Insecticide 8 Azaderactin PPM Lit Azaderactin PPM Lit Endosulphon 35 % E.C. Lit Pheromone Trapunit Luresunit Total Dawara 6" 9"12" / Adjustable 6" to 21" unit Grand Total Accelerated Pulses Production Programme (A3P ) Gram Progress Report (No. of units for Block Demon.:-26) 15

16 Input Planning for Rabi under NFSM-Wheat & Pulses (Rs. In Lakh) 16

17 Review of status of distribution of Rice & Wheat Mini-kits 17

18 Review of status of distribution of Pulses Mini-kits under A3P 18

19 Area Production and Productivity during (IV Estimate) (Area in “00” ha, Production “00”M.T., Productivity in “kg/ha.”) Dry Spell 1) to (21 days) and 2) to (23 days) 19

20 Status of online submission of QPR at state/district levels 20

21 Issues for Discussion 1) Assistance for Purchase of Pump sets :- This is to be promoted only in those blocks which are not categorized under dark or brown zone. This criteria may be relaxed so that water storage structure (Farm Pond)in these blocks can be used for protective irrigation to the crops. 2) Training of farmers on FFS pattern:- These components are not allowed for newly added district. Please allow this for new districts. 21

22 Issues for Discussion 3) Pipes for Carrying Water :- In this component Pipes upto 800 meters/ ha are provided with subsidy Rs 15000/ 800 meter or 50 % of cost whiever is less. Farmers prefer HDPE pipe due to its durability and mobility. If farmers purchase HDPE pipes, subsidy about 20 % to 32 % is only paid. In order to make facility available to small farmer / marginal farmer the restriction of subsidy on meter length basis may be relaxed. 22

23 Position of submission of Success stories 23

24 Success Stories Demonstrations on Biddar Technology in Latur district have been found very successful. In this Tur Seedlings are grown in polyethylene bags in the month of May. The Transplanting is done after one month at distance of 6 X 2 feet. Average yield without drip 32 qls/ ha., while with drip 40 to 45 qtl /ha. Area covered under drip 1200 ha. 24

25 Convergence of Schemes Farm Pond – Protective irrigation at critical stages under rain fed condition or moisture stress are found to be beneficial in increasing yield by 30 to 40%. Excavation of farm ponds is done under RKVY & water lifting devices sprinkler, drips are supplied to these farmers under NFSM. This has helped to increase yield by 30 % and area by 1.5 to 2 times. 25

26 26 PADDY SEEDLING NURSARY

27 27 PADDY COMMUNITY NURSARY

28 28 GREEN MANURING WITH GLYRICIDIA

29 29 PADDY PLANTING THROUGH SHRI TECHNOLOGY

30 30 UREA - DAP BREQUATE APPLICATION

31 Water Lifting Device under NFSM 31

32 Crop stand IPM Demonstration- Latur 32

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34 Comparative Productivity (kg / ha) Dry Spell 1) to (21 days) and 2) to (23 days) 34

35 NFSM-Project Management Team Appointment Status in Districts. 35

36 APY to Productivity increase or decrease and reason thereof. District wise APY data of NFSM and Non NFSM districts from to submitted along with this. 36

37 Performance of mini-kits supplied during Kharif 37

38 Accelerated Pulses Production Programme (A3P ) Kharif Performance of mini-kits supplied during Kharif 38

39 NFSM-Project Management Team Appointment Status. 39


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