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  1. NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON AGRICULTURE Rabi Campaign- 2005-06 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, HARYANA

  2. ABOUT HARYANA GEO. AREA OF THE STATE4.42 m ha(1.4% of country) CULTIVABLE AREA 3.8 m ha. (86.35% of geographical area) NET CROPPED (SOWN) AREA 3.53 m ha. (92.89 % of cultivable area) GROSS CROPPED AREA 6.39 m ha. CROPPING INTENSITY 181.01% WITH A MERE 1.4% OF TOTAL GEOGRAPHICAL AREA OF THE COUNTRY, HARYANA’S SHARE IN TOTAL FOODGRAINS PRODUCTION IS A WHOPPING 6.5 % DELHI DELHI

  3. (rainfall in mm) Behaviour of Monsoon Kharif-2005 • July is the most critical month for sowing/transplanting of kharif crops. Good rains during July 2005 facilitated sowing/transplanting of Kharif crops. • Timely rains resulted in coverage of sizeable area under Paddy, Bajra, Kh. Pulses, Guar but the crops suffered on account of acute moisture stress in the month of August. • Very scanty/deficient rainfall (64.5 mm) received in August against 182.7 mm of normal. • Contd.

  4. Behaviour of monsoon -- Contd • The rainfall in August was deficient in all the districts of the State • Departure varied from (-) 30 to (-) 95 % . The districts in South-Western part of the State where rain-fed crops like Bajra, Guar, Kharif Pulses and Oilseeds are grown were the worst hit. • Rains received during second week of September proved beneficial to rainfed crops but have adversely affected Cotton, Paddy and Maize crops in some pockets of the State.

  5. Crop Kharif-2004 Kharif-2005 Target Likely Achievement Area Prod. Area Prod. Area Prod. Rice 1028 3023 975 2828 1030 2987 Sugarcane(In terms of Gur) 130 806 165 990 150 900 Cotton 621 2075 650 2100 597 1928 Bajra 569 749 630 945 620 930 Pulses 57 41 80 80 65 65 Jowar 96 26 100 30 110 33 Maize 16 40 50 130 22 57 Oilseeds 8 6 10 8 10 8 Guar 216 254 - - 270 315 Prospects of Kharif crops- 2005 Area ‘000’ Hects; Prod ‘000’ MT/ Bales

  6. Crop prospects—Contd. • Rice has been transplanted in 10.30 lakh hect. against the coverage of 10.28 lakh hect. last year. Crop condition is normal and production of 29.87 lakh MT is anticipated. • Area coverage under Sugarcane is 1.50 lakh hect. against the last year’s coverage of 1.30 lakh hect. Crop suffered due to moisture stress during the month of August and production is estimated at 9.00 lakh MT (Gur). •  Sowing of Cotton was completed before monsoon in 5.97 lakh hect. Production was estimated at 19.28 lakh bales but the rains received during September, 2005 may upset these estimates. • Area coverage under Bajra is 6.20 lakh hect. Crop suffered acute moisture stress due to very poor/no rain in the month of August, 2005 and the production of Bajra is estimated at 9.30 lakh MTs.

  7. Crop prospects—Contd • Kh. Pulses were also adversely affected due to deficient rain in August .Area coverage is estimated at 0.65 lakh hect. and production at 0.65 lakh MT • Jowar is mainly grown for fodder and there was no shortage of green fodder in the State despite deficient rainfall in August. • Guar is an emerging and important industrial crop of the State and the area under the crop is expanding at a fast rate. It is mostly grown on marginal lands and is beneficial for soil fertility. Around 2.70 lakh hect. area is estimated to have been covered against 2.16 lakh hect of last year. The crop has been adversely affected due to moisture stress and production is estimated at 3.15 lakh MT.

  8. Crop Actual Achievements- 2004-05 Target 2005-06 Area Prodn. Yield Area Prodn. Yield Wheat 2322 9058 3901 2200 9240 4200 Barley 25 67 2680 50 150 3000 Gram 107 91 850 150 150 1000 Other Rabi Pulses 10 10 1000 20 20 1000 Rapeseed Mustard 702 826 1177 700 1120 1600 Sunflower 25 38 1520 50 75 1500 TARGETS FOR RABI CROPS -- 2005-06 Area ‘000’ Hect Prod. ‘000’ MTs Kg/Hect

  9. STRATEGIES FOR RABI CROPS • Enhancement in seed replacement rate. SRR for wheat has been targeted at 22% , Gram at 10 % , Mustard at 60 % , Barley at 40 % . Adequate arrangement of certified seed of latest/ promising varieties have been made. • Balanced use of fertilizers will be promoted. Areas deficient in micronutrients, sulphur and potassium are being specifically targeted. Awareness campaigns are already underway in such areas. • By conserving soil moisture due to September rains, efforts would be made to expand area under Gram, Mustard and Barley, the less water intensive crops. • Efforts would be made to bridge the productivity gaps across regions for which block-wise productivity analysis has been made.

  10. Strategies- ContdPRODUCTIVITY ANALYSIS - WHEAT 3901 • Blocks have been divided into three categories • Production constraints specific to blocks are being identified. • The blocks with productivity < 3.5 t. / hect. will be specifically targeted during the ensuing rabi season.

  11. Strategies- ContdPRODUCTIVITY ANALYSIS - MUSTARD 1177 • Blocks with productivity < 10 qtl/hect would be specifically targeted.

  12. Strategies- ContdPRODUCTIVITY ANALYSIS - BARLEY 2680 • Blocks with productivity < 23 qtl/ hect. would be targeted • Efforts would be made to saturate barley area with better malt varieties.

  13. Strategies- ContdPRODUCTIVITY ANALYSIS - GRAM 850 • Cultivation of Gram would be promoted in irrigated areas on raised beds. • The blocks with productivity < 7 qtl/hect. would be specifically targeted.

  14. STATUS OF IMPLEMENTATION OF NATIONAL HORTICULTURE MISSION (2005-06) • State Govt. has approved Action Plan for 2005-06 with a proposed outlay of Rs.3100 lakh. • Action Plan for 2005-06 has already been submitted to the Ministry of Agriculture, Govt. of India which has further been referred to Designated Consultant for discussion/finalization. • State Govt. has approved the Work Plan and constitution of Societies at State and District level. Notification will be issued shortly. • Approval of Action Plan and allocation/release of funds under NHM is awaited from Govt. of India.

  15. STATUS OF IMPLEMENTATION OF ATMA • Six districts namely, Hisar, Sirsa, Karnal, Sonepat, Rohtak and Rewari have been identified for the implementation of the scheme. • Director of Agriculture has been identified as a nodal officer. • State Govt. has already issued Administrative and Financial sanction of Rs.51.11 lakh. • Haryana State Agricultural Marketing Board (HSAMB) has been identified as autonomous institution to receive funds from Govt. of India under this scheme. • Haryana State Agricultural Management Extension Training Institute (HAMETI) is proposed to be set up at Jind. • Notification of IDWG, ATMA, HAMETI will be issued soon. • State level orientation workshop has been conducted in collaboration with MANAGE on 15-16 July, 2005. • Master Trainers’ training organized from 5-11 September, 2005 • District level trainings to be organized during the first week of October, 2005.

  16. STATUS OF QUARANTINE FACILITIES • I- Availability of Land : Laboratory housed in the ‘Krishi Bhawan’ (Directorate of Agriculture) and no separate land earmarked /available • II-Availability of Building : -do- • III- Availability of Equipments : i- Microscope ii- Magnifier (Tabletop type) iii-Camel hair brush iv-Dissection Needles v- Pattery dish • IV- Requirement Rs. 3.31 lakh revalidated by Govt. of India for the purchase of following equipments:- 1- Inspection Kits 6- Stereo binocular microscope 2- Illuminated magnifier 7- Compound binocular microscope 3- Slotted seed sampler 8- Microscopic aids viz. cover slips, slides, stains mounts etc. 4- Sieves 9- Insect collection box 5- White enamel circular plate 10- Computer with accessories viz. printer, monitor, UPS, modem, software etc.

  17. FERTILIZER CONSUMPTION PATTERN AND NPK RATIO

  18. Contd… • Farmers being educated to make balanced use of fertilizers. • Organization of Farmers’ Training camps and distribution of soil health cards. • 81000 soil health cards distributed in the State upto March, 2005. • 50000 soil health cards targeted to be distributed during 2005-06 and 14000 already distributed in Kharif 2005 season.

  19. IMPLEMENTATION OF IPM - 2004-05

  20. Contd. INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT - 2005-06

  21. INM - PROMOTIONAL PROGRAMME OF BIO-FERTILIZERS

  22. STEPS TAKEN TO IMPROVE PRDUCTIVITY • Adequate stocks of certified seeds ensured. • Tie up arrangements for the supply of major fertilizers finalised. • Adequate availability of pesticides/weedicides ensured. • Special campaign to be organized for ensuring supply of quality agricultural inputs. • Good agricultural practices i.e. Zero Tillage, Furrow Irrigated Raised Bed Planting (FIRB), Micro-irrigation, IPM, INM to be promoted.

  23. CONTRACT FARMING – APMC AMENDMENTS APMC Act is being amended and enabling provisions are being made therein for contract farming. i) To protect the interests of the farmers as well as the contracting firms. ii) To provide improved regulations in marketing of agricultural produce, development of efficient market system, promotion of agro-processing and agricultural export and for establishment and proper administration of markets for agricultural produce. iii) To provide dispute redressal mechanism at decentralized levels. iv) To provide for private market yards. v) Minimizing the intervention of middle men.

  24. AVAILABILITY OF SEEDS DURING KHARIF, 2005

  25. AVAILABILITY OF SEEDS DURING RABI 2005-06

  26. SUGGESTIONS FOR IMPROVING RABI PRODUCTION • Adequate and timely availability of DAP and Urea Fertilizers. • Standardization of bio-fertilizers for regulation of manufacturing and sale. • Remunerative MSP and procurement of oilseed and pulses crops on the lines of Wheat and Paddy through institutional agencies. • The subsidy level of 25% should be revised to 50% on farm machinery to promote mechanization.

  27. FUNDS UTILIZATION 2004-05

  28. FUNDS UTILIZATION 2004-05 (100% Central Sector Schemes) * Less subsidy released by the GOI.

  29. UTILIZATION OF FUNDS - 2005-06

  30. UTILIZATION OF FUNDS - 2005-06 (100% Central Sector Schemes)

  31. Thank You