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NATIONAL CONFERENCE KHARIF - 2006 DIRECTORATE OF AGRICULTURE GOVERNMENT OF GOA VIDHYUT BHAWAN, 4 TH FLOOR, PANAJI GOA PowerPoint Presentation
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NATIONAL CONFERENCE KHARIF - 2006 DIRECTORATE OF AGRICULTURE GOVERNMENT OF GOA VIDHYUT BHAWAN, 4 TH FLOOR, PANAJI GOA

NATIONAL CONFERENCE KHARIF - 2006 DIRECTORATE OF AGRICULTURE GOVERNMENT OF GOA VIDHYUT BHAWAN, 4 TH FLOOR, PANAJI GOA

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NATIONAL CONFERENCE KHARIF - 2006 DIRECTORATE OF AGRICULTURE GOVERNMENT OF GOA VIDHYUT BHAWAN, 4 TH FLOOR, PANAJI GOA

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  1. WELCOME NATIONAL CONFERENCE KHARIF - 2006 DIRECTORATE OF AGRICULTURE GOVERNMENT OF GOA VIDHYUT BHAWAN, 4TH FLOOR, PANAJI GOA 403001

  2. INTRODUCTION • Agriculture is pursued by about 16.6% of the total population • Total cropped area is about 1,71,455 ha. 40% area is under food grain crops remaining 60% area is under commercial/horticultural & vegetable crops • Main Food Grain crops are Paddy, Ragi, Pulses. Oil Palm, Groundnut and Sugarcane also grown • Main Horticultural crops are Cashew, Coconut, Mango, Arecanut, Spices, Vegetables, fruits like Banana, Pineapple, and flowers

  3. NATIONAL WATERSHED DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS FOR RAINFED AREAS (NWDPRA) XTH PLAN

  4. IDWG, GB, MC, BTT & FAC’s formulated Goa as one district. FTC declared as SAMETI SREP in progress SEWP already submitted Activities initiated with the help of Private – public partnership AGRICULTURAL TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT AGENCY (ATMA)

  5. ACHIEVEMENT UNDER NATIONAL HORTICULTURE MISSION DURING 2005-06 • (up to January 2006) • Project Sanctioned .. 788.06 lakhs • Funds released during 2005-06 .. 315.20 lakhs • Cashew expansion area .. 386 ha • Cashew rejuvenation area .. 697 ha • Vegetable minikits .. 5000 Nos • Establishment of new garden .. 100 ha. • 63 Nurseries registered with production capacity of 12.00 lakhs • State Govt farms have production capacity 3.50 lakhs seedlings/grafts of Cashew, Mango, Cocum, Banana, Pineapple, Spices, etc

  6. SEED POSITION • Present seed replacement rate of cereals – 17% • Projected seed replacement rate – 20% • Seed is procured from NSC, KRSC & KKV Dapoli • State Government gives 50% subsidy at source • During 2005-06, subsidy is given for 350 tonnes

  7. NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT • Soil samples analyzed for NPK – 24,000 Nos • Samples analyzed for micronutrients – 500 Nos • Fertilizer sale points – 229 Nos • Promotion of organic farming in Horticulture crops with priority for cashew

  8. IPM / MECHANIZATION • With assistance of GOI established Bio control Lab producing about 2500 nos of Tricograme chilonis (tricocards) • Bio control agents subsidized – 75% • Bio pesticides subsidized – 50% • Agriculture implements like power tiller and weed cutter are subsidized – 70% for Self Help Groups

  9. Support Price to Sugarcane @ Rs. 100/ton Support Price to Arecanut @ Rs. 15/kg. Support price to Paddy @ Rs. 500/ton Production linked incentives for Oil Palm growers @ Rs. 1000 to Rs. 2000 per ton Crop Insurance Scheme SUPPORT PRICE & CROP COMPENSATION

  10. Repair and Maintenance of notified protective bunds a) Repair of embankments - 50% assistance to Tenant association/beneficiaries as per the Agricultural Tenancy Act 1964 b) Re-modeling and protecting the bunds – 90% assistance to tenant association Revitalizing of water bodies: Re-vitalizing ponds, tanks by the villagers through the NGOs/Self Help Groups with 100% financial support Western Ghat Dev Programme in Canacona, Sattari & Sanguem taluka SOIL & WATER CONSERVATION

  11. CROP DIVERSIFICATION • Ground nut, pulses and vegetables in rice fallow lands in Rabi • Upland Paddy area in Kharif converted into dry land horticulture crops like Cashew, Mango, etc. • High value floriculture in coastal belt where there is pressure on land • Promotion of Agro Eco tourism by adopting multi-storied cropping system in horticulture