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  1. NATIONAL CONFERENCEonAGRICULTURE Kharif March 6th - 7th, 2013 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, HARYANA

  2. HARYANA AT A GLANCE The State of Haryana came into existence on 1st November, 1966. • Geographical Area (GA) 4.42 m ha (1.4% of India) • Cultivable Area (CA) 3.757 m ha (86.35% of GA) • Cultivated Area 3.550 m ha (94.50% of CA) _____________________________________________________ • Gross Cropped Area 6.351 m ha • Cropping Intensity 182% _____________________________________________________ • Irrigated Area 3.069 m Ha (84 %) • Canal Irrigation 1.283 m Ha (42%) • Groundwater Irrigation 1.784 m Ha (58%) • Under-ground Water 54 % brackish _____________________________________________________ • Farming Families 15.28 lac (2001 Census) • Marginal Farmers 7.04 lac (46.1%) (own 3.16 lac ha – 8.9%) • Small Farmers 2.94 lac(19.2%) (own 4.21 lac ha – 11.9%) • Others 5.30 lac(34.7%)(own 28.12 lac ha – 79.2%) ___________________________________________________ 2

  3. MONTH-WISE RAINFALL (in mm)

  4. RABI CROPS PRODUCTION Area in ‘000’ ha Prod. in ‘000’ tonnes Yield Kg. per ha • Mustard Crop affected in some areas due to frost & hailstorms during the month of January and February 2013 . • * Good showers during February have brightened the prospects of good production of Rabi crops..

  5. KHARIF CROPS PRODUCTION Area in ‘000’ ha Prod. in ‘000’ tonnes/bales Yield Kg. per ha • Production of 39.76 lakh MTS of Rice during Kharif 2012 which was highest ever achieved in the State despite of deficient rains. • The area under Guar has increased by 1.47 lakh hect. during Kharif 2012.

  6. CHALLENGES 1. Depletion of Ground-water Resources • 54% Ground-water brackish. • Annual Depletion is 33cm in Fresh Water Zone. • 68 (59%) out of 124 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. 6

  7. 3. Small Land Holdings • 9.98 lac Small & Marginal Farming Families which is 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 7

  8. FOCUS AREAS • Soil health management • Water Management • Input Management • Farm Mechanization • Strengthening of Extension System • Crop Diversification

  9. 1.STEPS TAKEN TO IMPROVE SOIL HEALTH Deficiency of Nutrients Major & Secondary Nutrients Nitrogen : 94 % Soils Low Phosphorus : 89% Soils Low Potash : 6% Soils Low 46% Soils Medium 48% Soils High Sulphur : 9% Soils Deficient Micronutrients Zinc : 20% Soils Deficient Iron : 26% Soils Deficient Manganese : 7.2 % Soils Deficient

  10. Promotion of Green Manuring • Area of 4.25 lac ha covered under green manuring so far. • Dhaincha seed is being provided @ 50% subsidy • Targeted 0.5 lac ha during 2013-14. • Promotion of Summer Moong • Promotion of Summer Moong under diversification programe &A3P. • Varieties ‘SML -668’, ‘Satya’ & MH-421 to be promoted. • 1.25 lac ha area targeted. • Certified seed of Moong on 50% subsidy. • 20 units (20,000 ha area) under Accelerated Pulse Production Programme. • Notification for girdavari of summer moong/zaid crop area has been issued by the Govt. Contd..

  11. Contd.. • Promotion of Guar Crop • 3.00 lakh ha area targeted (3.52 lakh ha. in 2012) under Guar crop during Kharif, 2013. • Awareness camps to educate the farmers regarding improved practices of guar crop cultivation. • Short duration high yielding varieties (HG- 365 and HG-563) to be promoted. • Collaboration of Industrial houses. Other Steps • To mitigate deficiency of sulphur, Gypsum is being provided on 60% subsidy. • Targeted 2.25 lac ha area for gypsum application during 2013-14. • Micronutrients fertilizers are available at 75% subsidized rates with a maximum ceiling of Rs.750/- per ha under centrally and state sponsored schemes. • Targeted an area of 2.50 lac ha for micro-nutrient application during 2013-14. • Bio-fertilizers are being provided on 50% subsidy.

  12. STRENGTHENING OF SOIL TESTING PROGRAMME • Regular Campaigns are launched for collection of Soil Samples. • 3.5 lac Soil Health Cards (SHCs) are targeted annually. • 15.61 lac SHCs have been distributed so far. • 33 static STLs & 3 MSTLs are operational. • 21 STLs & 2 MSTL are equipped for Micronutrients analysis. • STLs Karnal, Ambala & Rohtak are equipped with Inductively Coupled Plasma Spectrometer (ICP). • All STLs are computerized for registration and preparation of Soil Health Cards. • Digital district soil fertility maps for each nutrient depicting village level information are available on departmental website.

  13. RECLAMATION OF SALT AFFECTED SOILS • Reclamation of Saline & Alkali Soils • 50,000 ha area affected with Salinity & Water-logging, out of which 8,062 hectare area reclaimed so far. • Estimated 1,80,000 ha area affected with Alkalinity which is to be reclaimed with application of Gypsum in phased manner. • 3.29 lac hectare of Alkaline soils have been reclaimed so far. • Remote sensing imageries are used to identify saline soils of districts Rohtak, Jhajjar, Jind & Bhiwani. • Digital Data Loggers at 23 blocks in 4 districts of Rohtak, Jhajjar, Karnal & Kurukshetra installed to monitor ground water quality and depth through GPRS. • 17 remaining districts work allotted – likely completion by 31.3.2013. • Rest of the blocks to be covered during 12th Plan. • HEALTHY SOIL – HEALTHY HARYANA

  14. 2. WATER MANAGEMENT PROGRAMMES • Under Ground Pipe Line System • Subsidy @50% cost of the system or maximum of Rs.60,000/- per beneficiary. • Area covered – 1.02 lac ha so far. • Targeted to cover 45,000 ha area during 2013-14. • Sprinkler System • Subsidy @50% cost of the system or Rs.7,500 per ha upto 5 ha per beneficiary. • 1.35 lac Sprinkler Sets provided on subsidy. • Targeted 10,000 Sprinkler Sets during 2013-14. • Drip System • Subsidy @90% of the cost. • Covered 3,500 ha of cotton & sugarcane so far. • Targeted 2000 ha of cotton & sugarcane during 2013-14. • Laser Land Leveling • Laser leveler provided on @50% subsidy subjected to maximum of Rs.50,000/- per implement.

  15. DIRECT SEEDING OF RICE • Promotion of Direct Seeding of Rice. • 40,000 ha area estimated to be covered during Kharif 2013. • A new scheme for the promotion of Direct Seeding of Rice introduced during Kharif 2012. • Plan to bring 50 % Basmati area under DSR. • Awareness campaign to educate the farmers. • 2000 demonstrations to be organized. • Promotion of Multi-crop Planters.

  16. 3. INPUT MANAGEMENTFERTILIZER AVAILABILITY & CONSUMPTION RABI 2012-13 (Lac MTs) • The Supplies and distribution of fertilizer monitored on day to day and rake to rake during peak consumption period. • There was no report of shortage of any fertilizer .

  17. REQUIREMENT OF FERTILIZERS KHARIF - 2013 (in lac MTs) • Hafed is being advised to procure urea & DAP for advance Stocking. • Monitoring of fertilizers on day-to-day basis. • Balanced use of fertilizers will be promoted. • Hafed has stocked 0. 40 lac MT Urea and 1.84 lac MT DAP.

  18. FERTILIZERS TESTING Quality Control • FIRs have been lodged for violation of various provisions of FCO-1985 . Licensing Officers = 21 Notified Fertilizer Inspectors = 328 State Fertilizer Quality control lab. = 3 (Karnal, Hisar & Rohtak) Capacity = 1700 samples each annually

  19. AVAILABILITY OF CERTIFIED SEED KHARIF-2013 (Qty. in qtls.) *Excluding Bt cotton • Availability of seed is more than the requirment. • Adequate arrangements for Bt cotton seed will be ensured.

  20. SEED REPLACEMENT RATE KHARIF CROPS

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

  22. Contd.. 5. STRENGTHENING OF EXTENSION SYSTEM • 243 ADOs recruited. • Two months mandatory training to newly recruited ADOs. • Krishi Samvad, a monthly dedicated magazine to agriculture sector free of cost to all ‘Panchyats’. • Wide use of print & electronic media. • Community Radio Station at Hisar and Nuh. • One more Community Radio Station ‘Alfaz-e-Mewat’ launched at Gaghas village of Mewat under PPP mode.

  23. FINANCIAL PROGRESS 2012-13 (` in crore) NATIONAL FOOD SECURITY MISSION • 2nd installment of Rs. 0. 57 crore under A3P may be released.

  24. NATIONAL FOOD SECURITY MISSION Wheat 2012-13 ` in crore

  25. NATIONAL FOOD SECURITY MISSION ` in lac Pulses 2012-13

  26. PROGRESS UNDER RKVY Rs. in crore

  27. SUB-SCHEMES(RKVY) Rs. In lakh

  28. (RKVY) Focus Areas(2012-13) A) Agriculture • Soil Health. • Water Management. • Seed Treatment. • Farm Mechanization. • Promotion of Sugar Cane Cultivation. B) Animal Husbandry & Dairying • Reproductive Health Management. • Mobile Veterinary Diagnostic & Emergency Services • Outsourcing of A.I. services to the J.K. Trust in the State over a period of 5 years.

  29. C) Fisheries • Strengthening of Fish Seed Production Infrastructure. D) Horticulture • Promotion of Integrated Post-Harvest Management. • Promotion of Bio-pesticides in horticulture crops • Area Expansion of Spices @50% subsidy on critical inputs. • Assistance on Mushroom Production Units. • Distribution of Vegetable Seedlings (Hybrid) grown at CEV, Gharaunda/Pvt. Sector

  30. ELIGIBILITY OF FUNDS DURING 2013-14 (Rs. in Cr.) • As the base line expenditure is higher than the average of preceding three years exp. on Agriculture & allied sectors, hence Haryana State is eligible for the funds under RKVY during 2013-14

  31. PROGRESS OF RDMIS as on 28.2.2013

  32. BEST PRACTICES Contd.

  33. 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. 33

  34. IMPACT OF UGPL • Saves about 25% to 30% water and improves crop productivity. • Saves energy, reduces operational cost. • Water carried directly to fields. • 2 % additional area brought under cultivation. • Prevents seepage and evaporation losses. • Rs. 45 crore earmarked for 2013-14 to cover an area of 45,000 ha. 34

  35. 2. LASER LAND LEVELER (Introduced in 2007-08) • Water Saving 25-35%. • Increases in Production 6-8%. • 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. • Precise level is maintained for three years. 35

  36. 3. PROMOTION OF DSR(Introduced in 2012-13) 36

  37. Contd.

  38. Contd. • Shri Ashish Bahuguna, Secy. (A&C), GOI visiting DSR in village Kulveri, Karnal

  39. Performance of DSR - 2012 Total Demonstrations: 21,000 ( Yield kg/ha.)

  40. ADVANTAGE OF DSR • Saving in water 20-30%. • Reduces drudgery and labour requirements. • Reduction in cost of cultivation. • Early maturity seven to ten days than transplanted method. • No need to prepare seed bed. • No need to grow nursery/ seedlings. • Yield of DSR is almost at par with traditional method. • Plan to bring 50 % Basmati area under DSR during 12th Plan. 41

  41. ISSUES • Yellow rust reported in Ambala, Y. Nagar, Panchkula, Karnal, Kurukshetra, Sirsa & Panipat districts (in pockets and patches). • PBW-550, WH-711, DBW-17, HD-2967 & HD-2851 mainly affected. • Adequate steps taken. Propiconazole supplied at 50 % to affected farmers. • Incidence of Yellow Rust is a serious problem. Adequate availability of seed of resistant varieties of wheat should be ensured in the next season so as susceptible area may be saturated with the seed of resistant varieties. • Adequate No. of minikits of wheat variety HD-2967 & PBW-621 should be allocated during next year & size of minikit should be minimum half acre. • Certified seed of pulses is very costly & subsidy provided by GOI for seed of pulses is 50% or Rs.1200 per qtl. whichever is less which is very small. It should be enhanced to 50 % of the cost of the seed without any cap.

  42. Thank You website: agriharyana.nic.in e-mail : agriharyana2009@gmail.com agriculture@hry.nic.in 43