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14 th National Food Security Mission Executive Committee( NFSMEC ) Meeting Date: 18/11/2014 GUJARAT STATE Presented by : Director of Agriculture, Gujarat.

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1 14 th National Food Security Mission Executive Committee( NFSMEC ) Meeting Date: 18/11/2014 GUJARAT STATE Presented by : Director of Agriculture, Gujarat State., Gandhinagar. 1

2  Total Geographical Area : 19.6 M ha.  Net Area Sown : 10.2 M ha.  Total Cropped Area : 14.5 M ha.  Gross Irrigated area : 5.65 M ha.  Net Irrigated area : 4.27 M ha.  Average land holding : 2.20 ha  Total Operational land holder : 4.66 M Gujarat - Glance 2

3 Achievements of State in Food Grain & Oilseed Production during * Year APY as per Fourth estimate CROP Area (000 ha) Production (000 M.Tons) Productivity Kg/Ha Rice Jowar Wheat Bajra Maize Ragi Other Cere Total Cereal

4 Achievements of State Contnd. * Year APY as per Fourth estimate CROP Area (000 ha) Production (000 M.Tons) Productivity Kg/Ha Tur (Red Gram) Udad Mung(Green Gram) math Gram Other Pulses Total Pulses Total Food Grains

5 Achievements of State Contnd. * Year APY as per Fourth estimate CROP Area (000 ha) Production (000 M.Tons) Productivity Kg/Ha Groundnut Castorseed Sesamum Mustard & Rape seed Soybean Other oilseeds Total Oilseed

6 Achievements of State in Food Grain & Oilseed Production during * Year APY as per First estimate CROPArea (000 ha) Production (000 M.Tons) Productivity Kg/Ha Rice Jowar Bajra Maize Ragi Small millets Total Cereal

7 Achievements of State Conti. * Year APY as per First estimate CROPArea (000 ha) Production (000 M.Tons) Productivity Kg/Ha Tur (Red Gram) Udad Mung(Green Gram) math Other Kharif Pulses Total Pulses Total Food Grains

8 Achievements of State Contnd. * Year APY as per First estimate CROPArea (000 ha) Production (000 M.Tons) Productivity Kg/Ha Groundnut Castor seed Sesamum Nigerseed 000 Sunflower 000 Soyabean Other oilseeds Total Oilseed

9 Action Plan Details under NFSM for the year of Gujarat State Sr. No. Scheme name Action Plan (proposed ) Action Plan (approved ) 1NFSM-Pulse NFSM-Rice NFSM-Wheat NFSM-Coarse Cereals NFSM-Commercial crops (cotton) NFSM-Commercial crops (Sugarcane) TOTAL (Rs. In Lakh)

10 Release of Central Assistace Under NFSM for the Year National Food Security Mission NormalSCSPTASPTotal NFSM Wheat NFSM Rice NFSM Coarse Cereal NFSM Commercial Crops TOTAL Budget Provision for (Rs. In Lakh)

11 CROP/COMP.TargetsAchievement ( up to Oct-14) PhysicalFinancialPhysicalFinancial* NFSM-Rice NFSM-Wheat NFSM-Pulse NFSM-Coarse Cereal NFSM-Commercial Crop (Cotton) NFSM-Commercial Crop (Sugarcane) NFSM Total * As per physical applications received, sanctioning and process for payment is undergoing.

12 New Initiatives introduced in Farmer advisory :- By SMS By I-Kisan Portal By Mobile application State Government has launched Rabi Krishi Mahotsav-Krishi Kalyan Mela Empanelment of Farm Machineries and Agril. Implements 12

13 New innovation / initiatives KRUSHI MAHOTSAV- 2014, KRUSHI RATH & FARMERS MEET 13

14 Glimpses of Agriculture Publication 14

15 SOIL HEALTH CARD SOIL HEALTH CARD soil health card has been issued during krushimahotsav MICRONUTRIENT FERTILITY MAP 50 STL’s were equipped with micro nutrient facilities under RKVY and NPMSF schemes 3.50 lakh soil samples were analyzed for secondary and micro nutrients In

16 Krushi Mahotsav-2014 Krushi Mahotsav-2014 Agriculture Kits Distribution- 1,57,984 Soil health card distribution- 3,91,468 No. of Farmers Guided (Group)- 12,44,906 No. of Farmers Guided (Personal)- 1,32, I kisan Portal (www.ikisan.gujarat.gov.in) Innovative Approarch in the state for Serving the farmers through Information Technology at their doorstep on 24x7 basis All the services at one place Khatar Adhikar Patra Application for Schematic Assistance Availability of Agril. Inputs Information on Agril. Loan Agriculture related technical information Market Price Weather FAQ and solution regarding farming problems.

17 Action Plan for Rabi and Summer (NFSM Wheat & Pulse) In Rabi season availability of latest varieties of wheat, seed is only 7% of total requirement for subsidy. District officials are instructed to plan for maximum demonstrations as well as seed distribution out of available new variety seed. Tender procedures for procurement of inputs like micronutrients, pp chemicals, weedicide, IPM, Gypsum etc. are completed by GAIC Empanelment of Farm Mechanization components are completed. Online Applications for Farm Mechanization components are under processing and at payment stage. Rabi krishi Mahotsav- Kisan Kalyan Melas planned in Dec

18 Learning from implementation of Coarse Cereals component To sustain the area and promote coarse cereals, well performing popular notified private research varieties of maize / Bajra may be allowed for demonstration with recommended package of practices. Comparison of private varieties can be done with notified / certified varieties. Farmers can get wide choice in selecting varieties. Farmers learned to adopt use of micronutrients Area of hybrid maize is increasing 18

19 Lessons Learnt Use of micro nutrients increased Use of farm mechanization increased Varietal replacement is increased i.e. RICE –GAR 13, GNR-3, NAUR-1, PULSE (Tur)- Vaishali PULSE (Moong)- Meha and Gujarat 4 PULSE (Gram)- Guj 2 and Guj 3 WHEAT – GW 366, GW-11 and GDW-1255 Soil Micronutrient Fertility Maps showing micro nutrients status are displayed in Gram panchayats. Prepositioning of inputs through pre seasonal coordination Cluster approach developed for pulse & wheat 19

20 Reason for shortfall in achievement under NFSM El-nino effect on monsoon- Late onset of monsoon, Erratic, irregular and inadequate monsoon observed Long dry spell in mid season, early withdrawal of monsoon Diversification in cropping pattern like Groundnut decrease by 15 %, pulses decrease by 22 %, cotton increase by 11 %, Bajara decrease by 50 %, Jowar decrease by 18 % and Maize decrease by 15 % during Kharif Farmers provides poor packages to pulse crops due to their low profitability Non availability of <10 year old variety seeds 20

21 Reason for shortfall in achievement under NFSM Kharif -14 Contd….. Procurement of micronutrient was late due to delay in tender procedure Farm mechanization components of the scheme were empaneled by the department and the empanelment procedure was delayed in early season, so the subsidy for this component is till not paid. State Government has initiated ikisan portal and farmers have to apply on line to get assistance in any component of the any schemes. No farmers were allowed to do physical applications so very few online applications were received. In ikisan portal, Initially extension functionaries, input dealers and farmers were less acquainted with new system which resulted in poor progress. 21

22 Reasons for Probable Poor achievements ( NFSM in Rabi – ) …….(Contd…..) Seed age limit criteria: the wheat seed of <10Yrs. new varieties are available in limited quantity. (7 % only) The farmers have not accepted <10 yrs. old wheat varietiy Viz. GW-366 (2009) 22

23 Probable Savings under NFSM due to Non availability of New Variety of Seed in Seed Distribution and Cluster Demonstration. ( Rs. In Lakh) 23 Sr. No SCHEMEComponentFinancial Target Probable Achievement Financial Probable Savings Remarks 1NFSM-WheatSeed Distribution Seed age limit criteria: the wheat seed of <10Yrs. new varieties are available in limited quantity. (7 % only) Cluster Demon NFSM-RiceSeed Distribution Cluster Demon NFSM-PulsesSeed Distribution Cluster Demon TOTAL

24 24 CROP/COMP.TargetsAchievementSavings PhysicalFinancialPhysicalFinancial NFSM-Rice NFSM-Wheat NFSM-Pulse NFSM-Coarse Cereal NFSM-Commercial Crop (Cotton) NFSM-Commercial Crop (Sugarcane) NFSM Total

25 Reasons for Probable Poor achievements ( NFSM in Rabi – ) …….(Contd…..) The gram sown on conserved moisture will decrease because of poor rain in sep-14 and early withdrawal of monsoon The gram area will decrease due to less remunerative market price which do not attract farmers Crop diversification will be observed in place of gram in irrigated areas e.g. cumin & coriander Very low quantity (68%) of water in most of reservoirs in state e.g. North Gujarat 52%, Saurashtra region 39% and in Kutch region 11%. will restrict area under wheat and other rabi pulse crops. 25

26 Future Strategy for better achievement State is hopeful for new variety of wheat GDW-1255 released in During rabi GSSC has taken seed program for Rabi to supply 10,000 quintal of certified seed in next year. Moong variety Meha –is replacing GM-4, seed program is planned State has implemented new innovative scheme under RKVY through GSSC to popularize newly state released varieties of major crops by producing labled seed and distribute among farmers as demonstration for period two years or till notification, which will help to promote variety in field and after notification immediately can go on mass multiplication in seed chain. 26

27 Future Strategy for better achievement ….(contd…2) To overcome the problem of non acceptance SAU varieties by the farmers, GSSC has initiated trials comprising good varieties of ICAR/Other states and tested them in Gujarat condition on farmers field and after getting farmers’ opinion, GSSC bring them in seed chain to provide quality seed to farmers. The examples are as under Hybrid Maize CO-6 (Variety of Tamil Nadu) Hybrid Maize HQPM -1 (Variety of ICAR) Hybrid Bajra MPMH-17 (Variety of ICAR) Mustard - NRCHB-101 (Variety of ICAR) Hy. Paddy – CORH-4 (Variety of Tamil Nadu) 27

28 Future Strategy for better achievement ….(contd…3) To overcome the problem of timely supply of inputs, farm implements, equipment's, tractors and water caring pipes etc., State Dept. of Agriculture has called suppliers for EoI and empanelment procedure is now almost completed, the benefits are- Inputs for subsidy will available at competitive rates From trusted, authenticated suppliers With good quality and timely supply At farmers door step from GAIC retail ABC With full transparency through online application 28

29 THANKS 29


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