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National Horticulture Mission Madhya Pradesh SUPPLEMENTARY Annual Action Plan 2006-07 MISSION DIRECTOR State Horticulture Mission, Madhya Pradesh
Supplementary Annual Action Plan 2006-07. Part “A” Proposal for presently approved district of NHM. 1.Mango Area Expansion 2.Cluster Area (Districts)Expansion (a)Aonla (b)Chilli 3.Inclusion of new fruit crops as focus crops (a)Guava (b)Custard Appla (c)Ber PART “B”Proposal of Integrated Development of Horticulture in Tribal, Hilly areas in Mandla & Dindori Districts. PART “C”Proposal for Six new districts under National Horticulture Mission. PART “D”Mission Management.
PART “A”Proposal for Presently Approved District of National Horticulture Mission. 1.Mango Area Expansion :- In the year 2005-06 Executive Council of N.H.M. approved Mango crop for Rejuvenation, Organic Farming, & INM/IPM component. Mango area expansion is proposed within the NHM selected districts. Justification for Inclusion of Area Expansion : 1-Mango is agro climatically very suitable in selected distgricts. 2-Commercial varieties- Dasheri, Langbra, Bombay green, Chausa and Sunderja of Madhya Pradesh are very popular in the big market and grown in large area. 3-Economically mango is profitable species. 4-Mango plants survival is very high due its deep root system. 5-Madhya Pradesh State have very good clones in Mother Trees Resource Station.
2.Expansion of Cluster Area for Aonla & Chilli Crops : (a)Aonla :Six districts of 18 districts not covered with any perennial fruit crops. The districts are :Indore, Dhar, Khandwa, Khargone, Burhanpur and Dewas. Aonla plantation is proposed in these six districts. Hon’ble Union State Minister of Agriculture, has been assured to farmers of Khargone district that Aonla will be included in Khargone district under N.H.M. PRESENT AONLA CLUSTERPROPOSED AONLA CLUSTER East Nimar= KhandwaWest Nimar= Khangone
District-wise Proposed Area and Financial Requirements for Aonla S.No.DistrictPhysicalFinancial (Rs. in lakh) 1Indore30033.75 2Dhar30033.75 3Khandwa30033.75 4Khargone40045.00 5Burhanpur30033.75 6Dewas20022.50 Total1800202.50
(b)Chilli : Chilli is common and most popular spice and it is grown every where. Every farmer does not come forward for plantation crop. Small and marginal farmers belonging to SC/ST farmers category are showing lot of interest in Chilli crop. Chilli produce processing is very common in Cottage Industries. A large number of self-help groups are making Chilli powder and getting substantial employment opportunities. Gramodhyog Department of Madhya Pradesh is encouraging marketing of chilli, coriander, garlic paste, turmeric & ginger powder with collaboration of Hindustan Lever ltd. These processed products are branded as Vindhya Valley. Contd..........
Financial Requirement for Additional Districts under Chilli Cluster : Sl. No. DistrictProposed Mission Activities in ChilliTotal Financial (Rs. in lakh) Area Expansion Organic Farming INM/IPM Phy.Fin.Phy.Fin.Phy.Fin. 1Bhopal20022.50505.003003.0030.50 2Hoshangabad20022.50505.003003.0030.50 3Jabalpur20022.50505.003003.0030.50 4Betul20022.50505.003003.0030.50 Total80090.0020020.00120012.00122.50
3. Inclusion of Fruit Crops Guava, Custard apple & Ber as Focus crops in NHM Districts. Sl. No. District GuavaCustard appleBer AreaProd.AreaProd.AreaProd. 1Bhopal9.0018042.00206195.00836 2Betul4.008017.008.500.000 3Jabalpur254.0050802445.0080437.801025 4Chhindwara6.00120298.00165320.00400 5Hoshangabad426.00852073.80413.701312.0012825 6Sagar47.0094029.00109384.004173 7Indore119.0023800.000 0 8Dhar130.002600289.002850100.001933.90 9Khandwa40.0080055.501110158.5015088 Data Source Land Record, Year 2004-05 Area in Hect./Prod. in M.T. Contd.......... Area & Production of Proposed focus fruit crops in proposed districts
Sl. No. DistrictGuavaCustard appleBer AreaProd.AreaProd.AreaProd. 10Khargone233.00466068.0077351.50696 11Badwani243.004860Included in Khargone Districts 12Jhabua13.002600000 13Burhanpur4.0080Included in Khargone Districts 14Ujjain156.0031200000 15Shajapur17.003400000 16Ratlam23.004600031.00164 17Mandsaur66.00132022.00110202.001120 18Dewas15.0030051.00469549.004707 Data Source Land Record, Year 2004-05 Area in Hect./Prod. in M.T. Contd..........
Justification for Inclusion of Guava, Custard apple & Ber in NHM Districts 1-Wide agro climatic adoptability. 2-Hardy and resistant to drought. 3-Less requirement of nutrient and irrigation water. 4-Less infestation of pest and diseases in comparison to other fruit crops. 5-Growing consumer demand. 6-Local marketing is very common. 7-Guava is best species for river & nala-bed plantation. 8-Ber & Custard apple are best species for waste and barren land plantation. 9-Good growth performance in undulating & hilly type land. 10-Primary farmers choice looking to less crop management required. 11-Good yield without intensive care. Contd..........
12-Ber Produce have longer keeping quality. 13-Ber produce (Ber powder) is new choice of consumer’s. 14-Increasing demand of custard apple powder for Ice cream industry. 15-Grower’s of Guava, Custard apple and Ber are getting good prices for their produce. 16-Low gestation period. Contd..........
Districts and Selected New Focus Fruit Crops Sl. No.DistrictFocus Fruit Crops 1BhopalBer 2JabalpurGuava, Custard apple. 3ChhindwaraCustard apple. 4HoshangabadGuava, Ber. 5SagarGuava, Ber 6IndoreGuava 7DharGuava, Custard apple 8KhandwaBer 9KhargoneGuava 10BadwaniGuava 11JhabuaGuava 12BurhanpurBer 13UjjainGuava 14RatlamBer 15MandsarGuava, Ber 16DewasGuava, Ber
Financial Requirement for New Fruit Crops for Area Expansion NoDistrictArea Expansion Target Proposed for the Year 2006-07Financial Reruirement (Rs. in lakh) GuavaCustard appleBerTotal Target Hect 1Bhopal-- 25 2.812 2Jabalpur1002512514.06 3Chhindwara--25 2.812 4Hoshangabad100--2512514.06 5Sagar100--2512514.06 6Indore100-- 10011.25 7Dhar10025--12514.06 8Khandwa-- 25 2.812 9Khargone100-- 10011.250 10Badwani100-- 10011.250 11Jhabua50-- 505.625 12Burhanpur-- 258252.812 13Ujjain125-- 12514.06 14Ratlam-- 25 2.812 15Mandsar100--2512514.06 16Dewas100--23512514.06 TOTAL1075752001350151.86
PART “B”Proposal for Integrated Development of Horticulture in Tribal, Hilly Areas Mandla & Dindori Districts. In the Annual Action Plan 2005-06 Rs. 2.00 crores allocation was proposed for two districts Mandla & Dindori under Central Sector Scheme on Integrated Development of Horticulture in Tribal, Hilly areas. Total Action Plan for the year 2005-06 was given in principle approval. Accordingly State Mission has released Rs. 50.00-50.00 lakhs to both districts. State Mission has requested GOI to sanction and release for two tribal, hilly area districts. Rs. 100.00-100.00 lakhs proposed for both of the districts for 2006- 07. Techno economic feasibility report is being submitted separately.
PART “C”Proposal for Six New Districts under National Horticulture Mission. 20 districts out of 48 districts were selected as focus districts for National Horticulture Mission in the year 2005-06. Six new district are also proposed for inclusion under National Horticulture Mission. New Districts RewaGunaRajgarh SehoreKatniNeemuch Proposed Focus Crops for New Districts FruitsMango, Aonla, Orange, Guava SpicesGarlic, Orange, Chilli Justification : 1-In the first Mission document these potential districts were ignored. 2-Data for area and production clearly indicates that good potential exist for productivity improvement as well as area expansion.
Sl. No District MangoOrangeAonlaGuava AreaProd.AreaProd.AreaProd.AreaProd. 1Rewa 1655 14 895-- N.A. 63 1260 2Katni 856 7704-- N.A. 94 1880 3Sehore5246820320N.A. 39 780 4Guna65585-- N.A.17340 5Rajgarh 106 954 411 6576N.A.15300 6Neemuch19171 400 6400N.A.20400 Contd.......... Proposed Focus Crops in Six New Districts Data Source Land Record, Year 2004-05 Area in Hect./Prod. in M.T. FRUITS
Sl. No District CorianderChilliGarlic AreaProd.AreaProd.AreaProd. 1Rewa337131 244 22256236 2Katni12850 187 17055232 3Sehore 799 312 214 195 917 3870 4Guna 49719 19390111029122 5Rajgarh 24864 9697 639 581 1020 4304 6Neemuch 2652 1034 129 117 5605 23653 Contd.......... Proposed Focus Crops in Six New Districts Data Source Land Record, Year 2004-05 Area in Hect./Prod. in M.T. SPICES
Sl. N o District FruitsSpicesTotal MangoOrangeAonlaGuava Coria nder ChilliGarlic 1Rewa√√√√4 2Katni√√√√4 3Sehore√√√√√√6 4Guna√√√√4 5Rajgarh√√√√√5 6Neemuch√√√√4 Total 3244563 Contd.......... Area & Production of Proposed focus fruit crops in proposed districts
Already Approved Mission Districts & Proposed Six New Districts Approved Districts Proposed Six New Districts
Annual Action Plan 2006-07 Sl. No. ComponentUnitUnit Cost in lakh Proposed Action Plan for 2006-07 Phy.Fin. APLANTING INFRASTRUCTURE AND DEVELOPMENT 1-Production of Planting Material a)Public Sector i.Model Nursery (Big) No.18.006108.00 ii.Rehabilitation of Tissue Culture Unit No.8.0000 iii.Small Nursery No.3.00618.00 b)Private Sector i.big Model Nursery No.9.00654.00 ii.Small Nursery No.1.5069.00 2-Vegetable Seed Production i.Public Sector Hect.0.50105.00 ii.Private Sector Hect.0.25102.50 iii.Vegetable Seed Infrastructure in Public Sector. No.20.0000 contd......
Sl. No. ComponentUnitUnit Cost in lakh Proposed Action Plan for 2006-07 Phy.Fin. 3-Establishment of New Gardens FRIUTS : a)Perennials : i.Orange (Ist year) Hect.0.112570078.75 iiAonla (Ist year) Hect.0.112550056.25 iiiMango (Ist year) Hect.0.112560067.50 ivGuava (Ist year) Hect.0.112540045.00 SPICES ChilliHect.0.112540045.00 GarlicHect.0.112570078.75 CorianderHect.0.11251000112.50 4-Rejuvenation of Old OrchardHect.0.15900135.00 5-Promotion of INM/IPMHect.0.01130013.00 6-Organic Farming i.Adoption of Organic Farming Hect.0.101300130.00 ii.Vermi Compost Unit Nos.0.10787.80 7-Creation of Water ResourcesNo.10.00 40400.00 contd......
Sl. No ComponentUnitUnit Cost in lakh Proposed Action Plan for 2006-07 Phy.Fin. 8-H.R.D. i.Gardener Training CentreNos. 13.521 ii.Training of Farmers within the StateNos. 0.0155408.10 iii.Training of Farmers outside the StateNos. 0.0252406.00 ivTraining InfrastructureNos. 10.001 v)Information & Communication system.Nos. 0.9065.40 vi)Information & Publicity vehicle.Nos. 8.00216.00 9-Technology Dissemination Nos. 5.00945.00 B. POST HARVEST MANAGEMENT i.Pack HouseNos. 0.62 53.12 iiMarket Intelligence CentreNos. 20.00 1 iii.Rural MarketNos. 3.7520 75.00 CMISSION MANAGEMENT5% Of total cost97.76 DADDITIONAL PROPOSAL OUTSIDE THE NHM GUIDELINE 89.25 GRAND TOTAL1955.20 contd......
ABSTRACT OF SUPPLEMENTARY ANNUAL ACTION PLAN 2006-07 PART “A” Supplementary Proposals for Presently Approved Districts of NHM. 1-Mango Area ExpansionRs.236.25 lakhs 2-Cluster Area (districts)Expansion (a)AonlaRs.292.50 lakhs (b)ChilliRs.167.00 lakhs Sub Total :Rs.459.50 lakhs 3-Inclusion of New Fruit Crops as Focus Crops (Area Expansion) (a)GuavaRs.120.93 lakhs (b)Custard appleRs. 8.43 lakhs (c)BerRs. 22.50 lakhs Sub Total :Rs.151.86 lakhs Total (A)Rs.847.61 lakhs contd......
PART “B” Proposal of Integrated Rs.200.00 lakhs Development of Horticulture in Tribal, Hilly areas in Mandla and Dindori Districts. PART “C”Proposal for Six new Districts Rs.1955.20 lakhs under National Horticulture Mission. PART “D”Mission ManagementRs.158.04 lakhs GRAND TOTAL Rs.3160.85 lakhs contd......