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1 1 NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON AGRICULTURE FOR Rabi Campaign-2013 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE HARYANA

2 HARYANA AT A GLANCE The State of Haryana came into existence on 1 st November, 1966.  Geographical Area (GA)4.42 m ha (1.4% of India)  Cultivable Area (CA)3.757 m ha (85.0% of GA)  Cultivated Area3.64 m ha (96.9% of CA) _____________________________________________________  Gross Cropped Area6.351 m ha  Cropping Intensity185% _____________________________________________________  Irrigated Area 3.069 m ha (84 %)  Canal Irrigation 1.283 m Ha (42.8%)  Groundwater Irrigation 1.784 m Ha (57.2%)  Under-ground Water 54 % brackish _____________________________________________________  Farming Families16.17 lac (2011 Census)  Marginal Farmers7.78 lac (48.1%) (own 3.61 lac ha – 9.9%)  Small Farmers 3.15 lac (19.5%) (own 4.63 lac ha – 12.8%)  Others 5.24 lac (32.4%) (own 28.21 lac ha – 77.3%) ___________________________________________________ 2

3 ACHIEVEMENTS  Krishi Karman Award two times in a row for performance under Wheat during 2010-11 and 2011-12.  2 nd largest contributor of food grains to central pool.  1 st in Basmati rice export.  17.95 Soil health cards distributed to the farmers.  Village level fertility maps prepared.  Productivity of both Coarse and Basmati Paddy during kharif 2012 was 4,003 kg per hect. and 2,587 kg per hect. respectively. This is the highest ever in the State since its inception.  Productivity of Kharif food grains during kharif 2012 was at 2819 kg per hect. Which was the highest in the State since its inception.  Haryana achieved record production of 39.76 lakh MTs of Rice during Kharif-2012. It was the highest production ever achieved in the State.  Productivity and production of Cotton was 681 kg per hect. (lint) and 23.84 lakh bales during Kharif-2012.  Protected cultivation of Vegetables being promoted in a big way. 3

4 CHALLENGES 1. Depletion of Ground-water Resources  54% Ground-water brackish.  Annual Depletion is 33 cm in Fresh Water Zone.  68 out of 124 (55%) Blocks are over-exploited. 2. Sustainability of Soil  Saline & Water-logged Soil (50,000 Ha Critically water logged).  Alkaline Soil (1.83 lac Ha).  Deficiency of Micro-nutrients & Secondary Nutrients.  Poor Organic Carbon.  Stubble Burning of Wheat Paddy. 4

5 3. Small Land Holdings  9.98 lac Small & Marginal Farming Families which account for 65.31% of total farming families.  Land Holdings are not viable. 4. Increasing Cost of Cultivation  Increase in cost of inputs.  Increase in labour charges.  Shortage of labour 5. Inadequate Post Harvest Management 6. Climatic Change 5

6 RAIN-FALL 6 Month20122013 ActualNormal %Dep.ActualNormal %Dep. April8.67.2 19.41.87.2-75.0 May1.113.9 -92.01.713.9-87.8 June1.651.0-96.977.051.0 July72.0180.4-60.1110.3180.4-38.9 August184.6190.9-3.3189.9190.9-0.5 September (Up to 30 th ) 72.188.718.77.4 (Till 20 th Sept) 59.1-87.5 Total340.0532.1-36.1388.1502.5-22.8 in mm

7 District wise average of Actual, average of Normal and % Departure from 1st June, 2013 to 20 th September, 2013 Fig in mms. DISTRICT 2013 Tentative ActualNormal%age Dep Ambala 842.7 857.4 -1.7 Bhiwani 188.1 329.8 -43.0 Faridabad 518.7 559.6 -7.3 Palwal 278.1 418.0 -33.5 Fatehabad 238.4 265.8 -10.3 Gurgaon 342.0 445.6 -23.2 Mewat 464.8 468.7 -0.8 Hisar 200.5 306.0 -34.5 Jhajjar 286.1 393.2 -27.2 Jind 361.1 387.1 -6.7 Kaithal 297.7 359.5 -17.2 Karnal 453.7 545.5 -16.8 Kurukshetra 573.5 532.6 7.7 Mohindergarh 249.3 377.7 -34.0 Panchkula 464.0 893.3 -48.1 Panipat 194.7 492.9 -60.5 Rewari 416.7 412.8 1.0 Rohtak 123.1 485.1 -74.6 Sirsa 161.9 229.6 -29.5 Sonepat 407.5 506.1 -19.5 Yamunanagar 1051.4 843.9 24.6 Average 384.6 481.4 -20.1 7

8 8 KHARIF CROPS 2012 & 2013 S. No Crops20122013 (Target)2013 (Anticipated) AreaAv. Yield Prod.AreaAv. Yield Prod.AreaAv. Yield Prod. 1.Rice 121532723976115033503852115433503866 2.Jowar 565002880525428552545 3.Maize 925562350280014026280073 4.Bajra 4111925785610195011904181950815 5.Kh. Pulses 251000256010506321105022 Total Kharif Food-grains 171628194837195027115287170428294821 6.Sugarcane 101736347437110730008030130730009490 7.Cotton 595681238460076026825577602490 8.Kh. Oilseeds 678351090091590014 9.Guar 352120042230013003904261300554 Area in 000 hects. Av. Yield in kgs/hects. Production in 000 tonnes/bales 170 kgs of each.

9 9 RABI CROPS 2012-13 & 2013-14 S. No Crops2012-132013-14 (Target) AreaAv. Yield Prod.AreaAv. Yield Prod. 1.Wheat24974452111172500495212381 2.Gram4711285362114571 3.Barley483479167503900195 4.Rabi Pulses51000510110011 5.Summer Moong736254610070070 Total Rabi F/Grains 26704265113882722467512728 5.Rabi Oilseeds559172196260018001080 6.Sunflower1517002615160024 7.Sugarcane101736347437110730008030 Area in 000 ha. Av. Yield in kgs/ha. Prod. in 000 tonnes

10 10 INITIATIVES  DSR in rice being promoted.  Summer Moong being promoted.  Dhaincha seed promoted for green manuring.  Kisan Melas at each district HQ.  Farmers Training Camps and exposure visits at each block.  Farmers Field Schools (FFSs).  Krishi Samvad magazine Free of Cost in all the villages.

11 STRATEGIES FOR IMPROVING WHEAT PRODUCTIVITY  Focus on Timely Sowing - 80% sowing by 30th November.  Seed Replacement Rate to be increased to 55 %. > 12.79 lakh qtl. certified seed of Wheat available.  Promotion of Area specific varieties  WH-542, PBW-550, DBW-17, DBW 621-50, HD-2967, HD-2733 and HD-2932 in North-eastern part.  WH-711, WH-147, UP-2338, Raj-3765 in South-western part.  HD-2851, PBW-590, WH-1021, PBW-509 in late sown conditions.  Seed Treatment  Seed Treatment campaign from 15th Oct. to 30th Nov., 2012.  100 % treatment of Certified Seed.  50 % subsidy on fungicide for the treatment of farm saved seed.  Other Steps  Promotion of Zero Tillage Technology.  Monitoring & management of yellow rust disease.  Frequent & Light Irrigation to cope-up with the rise in temperature during grain- formation stage.  Reducing row spacing from 23 CM to 20 CM in timely sowing and 18 CM for late sown varieties. 11

12 SPECIAL FOCUS ON LOW PRODUCTIVITY DISTRICTS LOWER THAN STATE AVERAGE Productivity was lower than the state average during 2012-13 Rohtak-37.38 qtl./hect. (Area 104000 ha.) Jhajjar-39.71 qtl./hect. (Area 96000 ha.) Panchkula-34.74 qtl./hect. ( Area 17000 ha.) Bhiwani-40.55 qtl./hect. ( Area 162000 ha.) Mewat-41.12 qtl./hect. ( Area 72000 ha.) Hisar- 42.73 qtl./hect. ( Area 232000 ha.) Ambala- 42.06 qtl./hect. ( Area 87000 ha.) Yamuna Nagar- 43.39 qtl./hect. ( Area 85000 ha.) Jind- 42.70 qtl./hect. ( Area 216000 ha.) State Average - 44.52 qtl./hect. (Area 2497000 ha.)  Factors responsible for Low Productivity have been identified in consultation with KVK experts which are being addressed on priority basis. 12

13  Awareness Campaign from 15 th Oct., to 30 th Nov., 2012.  Organization of Farmers’ Camps in clusters of 4-5 villages.  Seed Replacement Rate to be increased to 55 %.  Adequate stocking of certified seed will be ensured.  DBW-17, WH-711, PBW-550, WH-147, WH-1025 to be promoted.  Zero till cum seed drill provided on priority. OTHER STEPS TO IMPROVE WHEAT PRODUCTIVITY 13

14  Promotion of DBW-17, WH-542, HD-2967, DBW-621-50 & PBW-550 varieties in Susceptible Areas.  Regular and joint Surveillance of the disease in coordination with DWR.  Awareness Campaign to educate the farmers about Symptoms & Control measures.  Supply of Propiconazole 25 % EC on 50 % Subsidy in case of symptom of yellow rust disease noticed. 14 MANAGEMENT OF YELLOW RUST

15 DEMONSTRATIONS ON IMPROVED PRACTICES FOR OTHER RABI CROPS  Cluster demonstration on wheat & Gram (NFSM) - 10000 ha.  Assistance @ Rs.5000 per ha. will be provided.  Demonstrations on other crops  Mustard - 3000 ha.  Sunflower - 3147 ha.  Summer Moong - 19000 ha.  Gram under A3P - 5000 ha.  Spring Maize- 1600 ha  Assistance @ Rs. 3750 per ha. on Mustard & Sunflower, Rs.3000 per ha. on Summer Moong & Rs. 5400 per ha. on Gram.  50000 no. of minikits of Mustard (RH-9304, RGN-73, Pusa Mustard-21, Pusa Mustard- 22, NRCDR-2 & CS-56) 15

16 16 SEEDS Qty. in qtls. Crop Req. 2013-14 Availability 2013-14 HSDC Kribhco IFFCONSCSFCIHAFEDPvt.Total Wheat1310000265640958301785188810568814568895711330259 Barley2483081530052021200239034693 Gram80002009001921750900011376 Lentil5001000000960970 Mustard19300272500607444501614623923 Toria60048000009641012 Total1363230278585958301785320717308814569190311402233 There will be no shortage of seeds.

17 SEED REPLACEMENT RATE (SRR) 17 CROP2008-092009-102010-112011-122012-132013-14 (Target) Wheat25.9034.0037.0033.8051.0055.00 Barley62.0090.00 90.0282.5486.60 Gram12.8018.7512.2015.0015.5016.00 Oilseeds75.7693.5395.0093.0094.2795.00

18 FERTILIZERS Rabi 2012-13Rabi 2013-14 FertilizerRequirementAvailabilityConsumptionRequirement UREA11.2513.4811.7411.50 DAP4.005.883.264.00 MOP0.400.03 0.10 NPK0.500.120.080.20 SSP0.500.430.421.00 18  Pre-positioning of DAP & Urea Fertilizer will be ensured.  Hafed will stock 1.50 lakh MT DAP and 4.50 lakh MT urea for ensuing Rabi 2013-14.  Monitoring of fertilizers stocking, availability and sale on day-to-day basis.

19 19 MICRONUTRIENTS  Adequate arrangement of micronutrients fertilizers- Zinc Sulphate, Ferrous Sulphate & Magnesium Sulphate.  Micronutrients on 75 % subsidy.  Area to be covered 1,16,000 ha.  Provision of Rs.11.66 crore made for the purpose. GYPSUM  Adequate arrangement of Gypsum made.  Gypsum to be supplied on 60 % subsidy.  NFSM (Wheat) - 34668 ha  NFSM (Pulses) – 52000 ha  ISOPOM-  Provision of Total amount for Gypsum application for land reclamation under RKVY, NFSM, ISOPOM is Rs. 90.00 crore.

20  16,000 nos. manually operated spray pumps (knap Sack sprayers) will be provided.  Subsidy @ 50 % of the cost or Rs.600 per spray pump.  1300 nos. power operated spray pumps to be provided.  Subsidy @ Rs.2000 per power operated spray pump.  1500 nos. tractor mounted sprayers on 50% cost or maximum limit upto Rs.10,000 per sprayer. 20 PLANT PROTECTION EQUIPMENTS

21 21 PROMOTION OF FARM MECHANIZATION UNDER RKVY/NFSM/CDP/ISOPOM/ STATE PLAN S. No. Name of the ImplementTargetSubsidy 1Zero till seed drill2020Rs.15000-20000 or 50 % of the cost whichever is less 2Happy Seeder100Rs.20000 or 50 % of cost whichever is less 3Seed drill1800Rs.15000 or 50 % of the cost whichever is less 4Rotavator2210Rs.20000-30000 or 50 % of the cost whichever is less 5Lazer levelers700Rs.20000-150000 or 50 % of cost whichever is less 6Sub soiler500Rs.5000 or 50 % of cost whichever is less 7Multi crop planter500Rs.20000 or 50 % of cost whichever is less 8Mulcher20Rs.20000 or 50 % of cost whichever is less 9Straw Baler10Rs.20000 or 50 % of cost whichever is less 10Tractor Mounted Sprayer3000Rs.10000 or 50 % of cost whichever is less

22 22 SOIL HEALTH IMPROVEMENT  Soil Health Cards  More than 17.95 lakh Soil Health Cards distributed so far.  Micro Nutrient Subsidy  Supply of Micro-nutrients on 75% subsidy.  Strengthening of Soil Testing Laboratories  All 33 laboratories will be upgraded within 2 years.  20 Soil Testing Laboratories equipped for micro-nutrients testing  3 Mobile Soil Testing Laboratories are functioning.  1.50 lakh Soil Samples analyzed annually for Micro-nutrients.  Application of Gypsum  Gypsum on 60% subsidy to mitigate Sulphur Deficiency.  Green Manuring to be promoted  Supply of Dhaincha Seed on 50 % subsidy.  An area of 4.25 lakh hect. brought under Green Manuring since 2007-08.  50,000 hect. area targeted for the ensuing season.  Use of Bio-fertilizers  Demonstration on Bio-fertilizers to be conducted.  Bio-fertilizers on 50% subsidy.

23 23 Promotion of Underground Pipelines (UGPL) Subsidy @ 50 % of the cost or Rs.60,000 per beneficiary for UGPL. Plan to bring 38000 ha. area under the system. Provision of Rs.48.00 crore made for UGPL. Promotion of Sprinkler Irrigation Subsidy @ 50 % of the cost or Rs.7,500 per hectares on Sprinklers. An area of 66600 ha. targeted under Sprinkler Irrigation during 2013-14. Provision of Rs.50.00 crore made for the purpose. Promotion of Drip Irrigation Drip irrigation in 1000 ha. of sugarcane & cotton proposed to be covered. WATER MANAGEMENT

24  Cluster demonstrations on 4000 ha with an assistance of Rs. 2.00 crores is proposed. This includes gram and lentil demonstration.  Under INM component 2000 ha with Rs.1 crore assistance and gypsum application in 26000 ha with Rs.1.95 crores.  Under IPM component, IPM package of 18,000 ha with Rs.1.35 crore assistance and weedicide distribution in 674 ha with Rs.3.37 lakhs assistance is proposed. This also includes NPV distribution in 400 ha with Rs.1.00 lakh assistance and chemical distribution for 1,000 ha with Rs.50 lakhs assistance.  Under Resource Conserving Technologies/Tools Component, 4,000 knapsack sprayers, 1,000 zero-till seed drills, 1000 seed drills, 830 rotavators and 100 laser land levelers are proposed under NFSM- Pulses for the year 2013-14. 24 PROMOTION OF PULSES UNDER NFSM

25 QUALITY CONTROL MECHANISM  Four State Pesticides Testing Laboratories located at Karnal, Rohtak, Sirsa & Panchkula with annual analysis capacity of 1100 each samples annually. However, State Pesticides Testing Laboratory, Panchkula is yet to becomefuly functional.  Three Fertilizer Quality Control Laboratories located at Karnal, Rohtak & Hisar with annual analysis capacity of 5,100 samples.  Two notified State Seed Testing Laboratory situated at Karnal & Sirsa. Each has annual analysis capacity of 10,000 samples.  Action are taken against defaulters as per provisions of relevant Act, Order and Rules.  Distribution of fertilizers is effected in State through 2276 institutional and 6864 private, insecticides through 956 institutional and 8421 private and seed through 8,393 outlets. 25

26 26 INTEGRATED NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT (INM)  Green Manuring with Dhaincha Crop promoted  Supply of Dhaincha Seed on highly subsidized rate.  An area of 4.25 lakh hect. brought under Green Manuring since 2007-08.  Soil Health Cards  17.95 lakh Soil Health Cards distributed.  Plan to cover all the farmers by the end of October, 2013.  Micro Nutrient Subsidy  Micro-nutrients specially Zinc Sulphate supplied on 75 % subsidy.  Strengthening of Soil Testing Laboratories  18 Soil Testing Laboratories equipped for micro-nutrients testing  All 32 laboratories will be upgraded before the end of 11 th Plan.  4 New Soil Testing Laboratories and 3 Mobile Soil Testing Laboratories to be established during 2011-12.  1 mobile Soil Testing laboratory established under PPS at Kurukshetra.  1 lakh Soil Samples analyzed annually for Micro-nutrients.  Application of Gypsum  Gypsum on 60% subsidy to mitigate Sulphur Deficiency.  Use of Bio-fertilizers  Demonstration on Bio-fertilizers to be conducted.  Bio-fertilizers on 50% subsidy.

27 27 Component2012-13Allocation 2013-14 AllocationUnspent balance ReleaseTotalExp. Wheat2379.1496242228.742324.982322 (97.09%) 2457.46 Pulses737.2442.34696.18738.52737 (96.26%) 1795.00 A3P964.0099.00624.00723666 (92.16%) 1354.00 Additional1104.00- 320.00 (29%) 1000.00 Total 5184.389765.344652.924890.5 4045 (83%)6606.46 (Rs. In Lakh) UTILIZATION OF FUNDS NFSM 2012-13 & 2013-14

28 ISOPOM Component2012-132013-14 Allocation722.94512.05 Funds made available (Unspent + Fresh release) 798.88- Funds utilized688.47 (86.23%)- Unspent110.42- 28 Rs. in lac Funds for 2013-14 are awaited from GOI

29 ALLOCATION & UTILIZATION OF FUNDS RKVY YearAllocationActual released by GOI UtilizationSubmission of UCs % Utilization of Funds 2007-08 & 2008-09 6103.006102.03 100 2009-1011277.00 100 2010-1122680.00 22633.607 99.79 2011-1217687.20 16734.53 94.61 2012-1320949.0017988.0011926.143 66.30 2013-1431357.0015962.00--- 29 Rs. in lac

30 PROGRESS UNDER RKVY 2013-14 DepartmentProject Approved by SLSC Funds Released Till Date Stream-IAgriculture15631.405450.2875 Horticulture1610.29319.00 Animal Husbandry & Dairying Department4643.741425.00 LLRUVAS, Hisar400.00200.00 Board & Corporation5085.58818.25 CCSHAU, Hisar247.85124.43 Total27618.868336.9675 Stream-IIAgriculture2018.50800.00 Total2018.50800.00 Total (Stream-I & II)29637.369136.9675 Administrative Expenses172.3450.00 Sub-SchemesAgriculture Accelerated Fodder Development Program (AFDP).1516.40250.00 Horticulture Project for Vegetable Initiatives for Urban Clusters under RKVY Scheme during the year 2012-13. 1200.00600.00 Animal Husbandry & Dairying Department National Mission for Protein Supplements (NMPS)2315.00500.00 Total (Sub-Schemes)5031.401350.00 Committed Liability 2012-135425.0325 Grand Total34841.1015962.00 30

31 Agriculture Promotion of Underground Pipe Line (UGPL). Farm Mechanization. Seed Treatment. Reclamation of Saline & Alkaline Soils. Animal Husbandry & Dairying Reproductive Health Management. Out sourcing of A.I. services to J.K. Trust Mobile Veterinary diagnostic and Emergency services. Technology interventions for value addition of milk at grass root level. Horticulture Promotion of Hybrid Vegetables & Mushroom cultivation. Integrated Post Harvest Management. Promotion of Bio-pesticides/Pheromone Traps. Establishment of Technology Demonstration centre for Papaya and Banana. Agriculture Promotion of Underground Pipe Line (UGPL). Farm Mechanization. Seed Treatment. Reclamation of Saline & Alkaline Soils. Animal Husbandry & Dairying Reproductive Health Management. Out sourcing of A.I. services to J.K. Trust Mobile Veterinary diagnostic and Emergency services. Technology interventions for value addition of milk at grass root level. Horticulture Promotion of Hybrid Vegetables & Mushroom cultivation. Integrated Post Harvest Management. Promotion of Bio-pesticides/Pheromone Traps. Establishment of Technology Demonstration centre for Papaya and Banana. 31 THRUST AREAS UNDER RKVY

32  Fodder crops are being promoted under Accelerated Fodder Development Programme.  Rs. 11.89 crore was utilized during the 2012-13.  Projects amounting Rs. 15.16 crore sanctioned by SLSC, Rs. 5 crore allocated by GOI, Rs. 3.11 crore unspent (2012-13). Provision of Rs. 8.11 crore is kept for the year 2013-14.  Kits contains inputs like seed, fungicide, micro-nutrients and PP chemicals.  Fodder production kits of Barseem, Oat, Maize (dual purpose) & Sorghum will be distributed to the farmers in an area of 41,000 acres, 1900 acres, 10,000 acres & 37,000 acres respectively with an financial assistance of Rs. 3200 per hectare. PROMOTION OF FODDER CROPS 32

33 POWER 33 Lac units per day Month2012-13 Actual consumption 2013-14 supplied % increased/ decreased over 2011 April3033153.96 May40748418.92 June54259910.52 July6296736.99 August5906327.12 CANAL WATER Month2012-132013-14 BhakhraWJCTotalBhakhraWJCTotal April154513732918156013212881 May158813142902153513062841 June163113412972154612922838 July166613823048160313342937 August167913903069165013783028 Power & Canal water supply will be ensured during Rabi season 2013-14.

34 CREDIT Agency2007-082008-092009-102010-112011-122012-13 Coop. Banks5677.624439.865484.546420.157844.418872.29 RRBs1399.361471.251936.002400.263228.493932.07 Commercial Banks 6796.307338.6914429.0017116.0722339.3325133.48 Other agencies1501.26951.42350.46388.02417.15328.56 Total15374.5414201.2222200.0026324.5033829.3838266.40 34 Year-wise flow of ground level credit for agriculture and allied activities for the year 2007-08 to 2012-13 in respect of Haryana State Rs. in crore

35 Horticulture Major Achievements : 2012-13 Financial achievements: – NHM : Utilised Rs. 99.29 crore out of Rs. 107 crore (92.79%). – Micro Irrigation (NMMI): Utilised Rs. 60.66 crore out of Rs. 67 crore (90.90%). – All plan schemes: Utilised Rs. 70.70 crore out of Rs. 72 crore (98.19%). Physical achievements: Additional area covered: – 1723 ha under Kinnow, Guava and Mango. – 2705 ha under chillies, ginger, turmeric and garlic. – 1275 ha under flowers. Community tanks/farm ponds constructed: – 317 no. at farmers field (Total up to 2013: 2817 No.). Farmers training and exposure visits: – Training to 3212 no. of farmers at Horticulture Training Institute, Karnal. – Exposure visit to 3379 no. of farmers to CEV & CEF and outside State. 35 Contd...

36 Pollination support : – 6473 nos. of bee-hives with bee colonies were supplied to farmers Horticulture Mechanization : – 2055 nos. of tools, power operated machines were supplied to farmers Mushroom: – Subsidy on 69,047 no. on spawn bags for mushroom production was given to farmers. – 3 large mushroom production units and 3 pasteurized compost units were established at farmers field through efforts of the department. Post harvest management: Subsidy was given on – 7 no. cold storages of 35000 matric tones – 45 pack houses for temporary storage of fruits and vegetables – 10 no. low cost onion storage structures of 25 MT capacity each – 1.68 lakh plastic crates for transportation of fruits and vegetables – 92,500 no. of corrugated boxes for packing and transportation of fruits – 72 AC vending carts for display and sale of horticulture produce through vendors 4 National level shows (mango, mushroom, vegetables, citrus) and 7 state level seminars were conducted. cont…. 36

37 Micro Irrigation: – Area covered: Drip irrigation: 1800 ha in fruits. Mini sprinkler: 3848 ha in vegetables. Protected/Green house Cultivation – An expenditure of Rs. Rs. 87.80 crore was incurred on protected cultivation, out of which Govt. has spent Rs. 57 crore as 65% subsidy. – Total Area covered under protected cultivation is 548 ha out of which under Poly-house is 136 ha and under Mulching & Plastic Low Tunnels is 412 ha. – 14 front line demonstration centres were established and technologies were transferred at farmers field through field demonstrations and trainings. 37

38 Major Achievements: 2012-13 cont…. Indo-Israel Projects Phase-II: – Three (3) new projects approved and work started:- Mango, Persimmon at Ladwa (Kurukshetra): Rs. 9.10 crore; Bee Keeping at Ram Nagar (Kurukshetra): Rs. 10 crore; Flower project at CEV, Gharaunda: Rs. 15 crore. Centre of Excellence for Fruits, Mangiana, Sirsa: – Centre was inaugurated on 22 nd May, 2013. – New crops like Olives & Pomegranates and new varieties of Citrus are being demonstrated. 38

39 Major Achievements: 2012-13 cont…. Other projects: – Banana & Papaya Centre at Sewakheri, Panipat under establishment. – Guava Centre at Bhuna, Fatehabad under establishment. – Two (2) Fruit & Vegetable Pesticide Residue Labs under establishment for an amount of Rs. 3.92 crore one at Gharaunda, Karnal and second at Sirsa. – Two (2) Hi-tech hybrid vegetable seedlings production units established one at Samargopalpur, Rohtak and another at Govt. farm, Gurgaon. IT initiatives: – MI-Net portal launched and operated for online application and dispersal of subsidy. – Nursery and Seed License Portal. Centre of Excellence for Vegetables, Gharaunda, Karnal: – A potential productivity of 302 MT per Ha in Tomato, 211 MT in Capsicum and 151 MT in Cucumber was achieved. – 75 varieties of tomatoes, 14 hybrids of capsicum and 5 hybrids of cucumber were tested and advised to the farmers. – More than 25 lacs vegetable hybrid seedlings were sold to the farmers at 50% assistance. – Centre of Excellence for Vegetables, Gharaunda, is now Global Gap Certified by accredited agency of Govt. of India. 39

40 Action Plan 2013-14 NHM Action Plan outlay increased from Rs. 107 crore to 120 crore. MI Action Plan increased from Rs. 72 crore to 90 crore. State Plan outlay increased from Rs. 54 crore to 95 crore. To cover additional area under: Orchards: 2500 ha Vegetables: 4000 ha Mushroom: 200 new units To increase area under protected cultivation: Additional area: 1150 ha. Micro Irrigation: Additional Area: 7000 ha (Rs. 90 crore budget). Community tanks/Farm Ponds: 250 no. Focus shall be on completion of 3 new projects under Indo-Israel Work Plan phase-II (Mango Project Rs. 9.10 crore, Flower Project Rs. 15 crore, Bee-Keeping Rs. 10 Crore); Guava Demonstration Centre at Bhuna, Fatehabad and Technology Demonstration Centre for Papaya and Banana at Sewakheri, Panipat. 40 cont….

41 Expansion of Centre of Excellence for Vegetables at Gharaunda, Karnal with a budgetary support of Rs. 1.65 crore to demonstrate organic farming in poly house and open field conditions. Centers new activities 5 new crops to be demonstrated at CEV, Gharaunda (2013-14): Hot-pepper, Egg Plant, Basil, Sweet Melon & Swiss Fennel. 2 new crops to be introduced at CEF, Mangiana: Date-palm & Guava. Formation of 13 Farmers Producers Organizations exclusively for vegetables (260 Farmer Interest Groups involving 5,000 farmers have already been formed). Formation of 5 Farmers Producers Organizations for Fruits Post harvest management: Pack houses: 150 nos., Cold storage: 40,000 MT capacity, AC vending carts: 300 nos., Plastic crates: 2 lakhs nos. 41

42 BEST PRACTICES 1. Under Ground Pipe Line ISI Marked HDPE/PVC Pipes are laid at one meter depth. Subsidy @ 50% or maximum Rs. 60,000 per beneficiary. 42

43 IMPACT OF UGPL Saves about 15% to 20% water and improves crop productivity. Saves energy, reduces operational cost. Water carried directly to fields. Upto 2% additional area under open field channels brought under cultivation. Prevents seepage and evaporation losses. 43

44 2. LASER LAND LEVELER (Introduced in 2007-08) Water Saving 15-20%. Leads to uniform irrigation. Reduces consumption of fertilizer and pesticides 18-20%. Saving in Electricity and Diesel. Desired slope can be maintained to drain out the excess water in heavy rainfall areas. Increase in irrigated area/command area. 44

45 3. PROMOTION OF DSR Basmati Varieties21 to 31 % Non-Basmati22 % Hybrids20 to 25 % Water Saving in DSR (CIMMYT Report) 45

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48 4. PROMOTION OF FARM IMPLEMENTS 48 500 Laser Land Levelers targeted to be distributed on subsidy in 2013-14. Subsidy @Rs.50,000/- per machine. 5,00 Straw Reapers will be distributed on subsidy. Subsidy @Rs.40,000/- per machine. Happy Seeder - sowing of Wheat crop after harvesting of Paddy crop in standing stubbles. Cost around Rs 100000/- Rotavators help in better decomposition of crop residue & saves fuel and labour.. Subsidy @ 50% of the cost or Rs.30,000/- per machine.

49 ISSUES FOR CONSIDERATION  Development of Yellow Rust Resistant and Terminal Heat Tolerant varieties for wheat.  Frost resistant varieties of Mustard.  All districts should be included under NFSM (Wheat).  Procurement of Summer Moong on MSP by Govt. agencies should be ensured.  Infrastructure for R&D on climate change in SAUs needs to be strengthened. 49

50 50 Thank You website: agriharyana.nic.in e-mail : agriharyana2009@gmail.com agriculture@hry.nic.in


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