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  1. National Horticulture Mission Rajasthan Horticulture Development Society Directorate of Horticulture, Krishi Bhawan, Jaipur

  2. Rajasthan

  3. Rajasthan • Rajasthan has extremes of temperatures from sub zero in winter to above 45 degrees centigrade in summer • Rainfall highly variable – Range 15 to 90 cms. • 3 out of 5 years affected by drought

  4. Horticulture: Rajasthan PresentScenario … {<} Area in Lac ha & Production in Lac MT * Departmental estimates

  5. Comments on the observation made by GOI Rajasthan Original plan : Rs 146.50 Crore Revised plan : Rs 143.30 Crore Creation of water resources components reduced

  6. Rajasthan

  7. Physical and financial progress achieved during previous three years (Year wise outlay and expenditure) Rajasthan Rs. Lac {<}

  8. New area coverage under NHM during previous three years Rajasthan {<} Total – 46417 ha. Fruits – 13852 ha. Spices – 27166 ha. Flowers – 2713 ha. M & A Plants – 2686 ha.

  9. Rajasthan Rs. in crores Physical and financial programme for the activities proposed to be taken up during 2008-09

  10. New proposals for 2008-09 Rajasthan Development of Nurseries 1. Public Sector

  11. Rajasthan 2. Private Sector {<} {>}

  12. Establishment of new gardens- Fruits: Rajasthan

  13. Rajasthan Availability of planting material Plants Lac Nos

  14. Rajasthan Planting material arrangement : Strategy

  15. Establishment of new gardens- Flowers: Rajasthan

  16. Establishment of new gardens- Spices: Rajasthan

  17. Rejuvenation of senile plantation: Rajasthan

  18. Rajasthan Development of Horticulture through rain water harvesting: Fluctuations in area & prod. due to frequent drought conditions, We want to bring stability through rain water harvesting based fruit plantations having drought proofing power • Over exploiting ground water in almost all blocks of the state • Safe- 32 • Semi critical- 14 • Critical- 50 • Over exploited –140 dark zones • All 32 districts are endemic to fluoride problem • 25 districts are affected by salinity • Underground water quality is deteriorating (19%in 1991 to 25% in 2003) • Most of the soils are loamy fine to coarse sands, productive under irrigated situations with adequate fertilizers

  19. Rapidly depleting ground Water: Rajasthan Total 237 blocks, Over exploited –140 (Dark zones), Rest critical Critical Safe • Area to be treated – 3000 ha. • Total no. of water resources- 300 Nos • Requirement of funds – 30.00 crores {<}

  20. Protected cultivation: Rajasthan {<} • State government made provision of additional subsidy for green house construction. Now subsidy available for green house in the State is: • 75 % for SF/MF farmers instead of 50% under NHM • 50 % for other farmers instead of 33% under NHM

  21. Promotion of IPM/ INM: Rajasthan

  22. Organic Farming: Rajasthan Strength: Capitalize on the naturally growing organic produce Linked with Internal Control System & Certification Began in 2005-06 – 466 ha area, 825 ha in 2006-07 & 1290 ha in 2007-08 {<}

  23. HRD including horticulture institute: Rajasthan

  24. Pollination support through Bee-Keeping: Rajasthan

  25. Technology dissemination through Front line demonstration: Rajasthan To conduct front line demonstrations – at SAU;s • Demonstration of Hi-tech horticulture practices for flowers, fruits, vegetables in open fields & Green house cultivation • Demonstrative unit - primary processing & PHM of perishables • Technology dissemination & training Rs.200.00 lac Collaborators : Rajasthan Agriculture University, Bikaner MaharanaPratap University of Agriculture & Technology, Udaipur.

  26. Post Harvest Management: Rajasthan

  27. Rajasthan Technical support Group

  28. Rajasthan Mission management and Innovative programme

  29. Thank You

  30. Rajasthan • Name & Number of districts approved in • 2005-06, 2006-07 & 2007-08:

  31. Rajasthan {>}

  32. Market linkages: Food Parks Rajasthan

  33. Market linkages: AEZ’s and Commodity Markets Rajasthan {>} Two AEZ’s for cumin and coriander 19 commodity specific markets - AEZ’s

  34. Rajasthan Physical and financial progress achieved during previous three years {>}

  35. Physical and financial progress achieved during previous three years Rajasthan {>}

  36. Physical and financial progress achieved during previous three years Rajasthan {>}

  37. Physical and financial progress achieved during previous three years Rajasthan {>}

  38. Physical and financial progress achieved during previous three years Rajasthan {>}

  39. Physical and financial progress achieved during previous three years Rajasthan {>}

  40. 2. Private Sector

  41. Green House: Rajasthan {>}

  42. Protected cultivation: Rajasthan

  43. Adoption of organic farming: {>}

  44. Vermi compost units:

  45. Innovative Proposal :1. Horticulture equipment/ Implements Rajasthan • To control the insect pest, Modern PP equipments are to be provided to the farmers on subsidized rates • For training, pruning and removing of unwanted growth financial assistance is proposed on horticulture implements • To impart intercultural operations in fruit orchards, small tractors are also to be popularised among the farmers to enhance the productivity of the fruit crops • Backpack sprayer, Power sprayer, Foot sprayer, Tractor/trolley mounted power sprayer, Horticulture tools, Small Tractor for intercultural operations in orchards etc. will be provided to the farmers • The assistance will be given @ 50% of total cost of equipment/ Small Tractor / tools subject to ceiling of Rs. 10000/- per beneficiary. • During the year 2008-09, a financial provision of Rs.50.00 lacs has been kept for distribution of equipments/ tools.

  46. Innovative Proposal : 2. Distribution of Drying Spices Sheets Rajasthan • Rajasthan contributes more than 50% of national production of seed spices • State is leading producer of coriander, cumin & fenugreek • Spices farmers are not adopting hygienic conditions during threshing • Many times heavy losses occurs and quality of the produce also gets spoiled • Farmers could not get attractive prices in domestic as well as international market • Distribution of plastic sheets for drying/ threshing of seed spices rather than to dry on ground may help in getting remunerative prices

  47. Distribution of Drying Spices Sheets: Rajasthan • Technical specifications for drying spices sheets: • Five layered polythene sheet (6X8 meter), • 250 GSM (gram per square meter), • Color-Black • Both sides coated specially with reinforced HDPE fabric heavy duty 5 layers rigged with tear resistance strength, • Heat sealed edge reinforced with rope and humid with minimum 25 mm overlap fitted with eyelets 120 cm apart all round out to sizes • Financial assistance proposed: • 50 % of cost limited to Rs. 1000/- per sheet (6x8 mtr) • Maximum assistance admissible per beneficiary will be Rs. 5000. • For distribution of drying spices sheets and construction of cemented drying yards, a sum of Rs. 50.00 lacs is proposed for the year 2008-09. {>}