Department of Agriculture, Bihar held on 17-05-2013

Report
Welcome
To
The Secretary
Department of Agriculture & Co operation
GoI
Department of Agriculture
Government of Bihar
Presentation…
• Achievement in Major Crops and Strategy for
2013-14
• BGREI Progress and Plan for 2013-14
• Progress in other Schemes
• Scheme Sanction Status
• Some issues
Prospective food grain production (Lakh MT)
Year
Rice
Wheat
Maize
Pulses
Foodgrain
2012-13#
85.00
72.85
33.10
12.10
203.90
2013-14*
95.00
78.00
44.90
13.65
232.40
2016-17*
93.63
65.75
63.43
29.20
252.01
2021-22*
126.00
72.00
90.65
36.00
324.65
* Target
#Anticipated
Rice
140
120
119.6
105.76
95
100
83.05
80
60
85
81.54
79.4
57.71
40
25.70
31.02
20
16.51
0
2008
30
24.63
10.94
2010
* Target for 2013
2011
2012
2013*
Rice Strategy 2013
Total Paddy Coverage Area – 34 Lakh Ha.
Programme
SRI Demonstration
Hybrid Promotion
Mechanized Paddy
Transplantation
Target Area
10.00
6.00
0.20
 Seed distribution on subsidy  Green Manuring
 Vermi compost
-
Unit in Lakh ha.
Demonstration
2.50
3.40
0.10
2.60 Lakh Qtls.
11.50 Lakh ha.
1.60 Lakh unit
Issues:1. Subsidy on Paddy Seed need to be increased
2. Subsidy on Paddy transplanter need to be increased
Achievement - SRI promotion
System of Rice Intensification (SRI)
Crop
2011-12
2012-13
Achiev.
(Lakh Acre)
8.36
10.68
30
25
20
15
10
2013-14*
25.00
25
10.68
8.36
5
0
2011-12
*Plan
2012-13
2013-14
Achievement – Hybrid Rice
Hybrid Rice
Crop
Achievement
2011-12
10.13
2012-13
10.99
2013-14*
15.00
15
10.13
2011-12
*Plan
10.99
2012-13
2013-14
SRI Demo-Selection, Training & Input distribution
 Selection of Demo village/ Cluster/ Beneficiaries
Training to beneficiary farmers in Block level
Camp/Kishan Quiz
 Input distribution in Block level Camp only
 Training to women trans planters at State Farm
– 30 transplanters / panchayat
Kisan Pathshala is tagged with SRI promotion
SRI Diwas on 26th & 9th June at panchayat level
Emphasis to increase non Demo area under SRI
Time Line
Date
6 April, 2013
Programme
Block wise Target distribution &
Training dates fixation
6-15 April, 2013
Selection of Demo
Village/Cluster/Beneficiaries
20 April, 2013
Issue order to dealers for input
availability
24 April, 2013
Inauguration of SRI MAHA ABHIYAN
26-30 April, 2013
Divisional Level Workshop
2-10 May, 2013
District Level Workshop
10-20 May, 2013
Block level Training in group of 50
farmers
10-25 May, 2013
Input distribution in Block level Camp
26 May / 9 June, 2013
SRI Day at every Panchayat
Time Line
Date
Programme
26 May – 7 July, 2013
Nursery & Transplantation Training
June- July, 2013
Farmer’s School & Documentation
10 June – 10 July
Transplantation work in Demo villages
15-30 July, 2013
Training programme on Demo plot
15 August - September
Training for Non Demo farmers
September - November
Plant protection Input use
November – December, 2013
Crop cutting
Community Nursery

5 panchayats in each district

5 spots in each selected panchayat

5 Acre nursery in one spot

Irrigation facility is must on selected plot

Selection of variety by farmers
 Programme for nursery grower:Seed1 qtl -Rs 3000
Vermi compost- 2.5 qtls - Rs 1500
Rs. 6500
Plant protectionRs 500
IrrigationRs 1500
 Farmers availing nursery from community nursery
will get Rs. 10000 for purchasing one acre plant
Wheat
90.00
80.00
78.00
70.00
65.31
67.04
60.00
50.00
44.04
40.00
30.49
30.00
20.00
10.00
50.94
27.63
20.81
33.55
30.51
24.26
13.79
0.00
2005-06
2009-10
* Target for 2013-14
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14*
Wheat strategy – 2013-14
Total Wheat coverage Area – 23.25 Lakh Ha.
Programme
SWI Demonstration
Zero Tillage
Target Area
2.32
5.00
Unit in Lakh ha.
Demonstration
1.60
1.20
 Seed distribution on subsidy 3.95 Lakh Qtls.
 Zero tillage machine
10000 unit
 Combine Harvester
300 unit
 Zero till machine & Combine harvester – demand based
Issues:1. Labour expensive
2. Subsidy on wheat Seed should be increased
3. Availability of Effective dibbler
4. Late sowing
Maize
70.00
63.43
60.00
55.15
50.00
44.90
40.00
32.25
36.83
39.04
30.00
33.10
20.98
21.08
20.00
10.00
36.40
24.86
13.61
0.00
2005-06
2010-11
* Target for 2013-14
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14* 2016-17#
# Target for 2016-17
Maize strategy
Total Maize coverage Area – 11.50 Lakh Ha.
Unit in Lakh ha.
Programme
Summer Maize demo
Target Area
0.75
Demonstration
0.27
1.00
0.60
1.00
0.80
Area Expansion programme in
non traditional area
Maize inter cropping in
traditional area
Issues:1. Maize harvester – Need subsidy norms from GOI
2. Maize Processing plants
Pulses
35.00
29.20
30.00
25.00
20.00
15.00
10.00
7.48
8.33
8.68
9.91
12.10
9.00
5.00
4.47
4.60
4.67
13.65
16.00
10.30
5.20
0.00
2005-06 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14* 2016-17#
* Target for 2013-14
# Target for 2016-17
Pulses strategy
Unit in Lakh ha.
Total Pulse coverage Area – 13.25 Lakh Ha.
Programme
Summer moong for green
manure
Arhar on bund
Lentil as Para cropping
Lentil as sole crop
Chick pea as sole crop
Demonstration
6.50
5.40 (bund only)
0.40
0.40
0.40
Issues:1. Certified seed scarcity in case of Lentil
2. Effective Seed production programme
Achievement - organic promotion
Vermi Compost
Year
Phy. Achiev.
No. of units
Fin. Achiev.
Rs. In crore
200000
150000
2010-11
71389
26.12
100000
2011-12
82393
31.70
50000
2012-13
145979
54.96
0
2013-14*
160000
2010-11 2011-12
60.00
2012-13
* Plan
Vermi Compost Production Capacity (Lakh MT)
6.73
5.04
3.21
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14*
Achievement - SRR
Seed Replacement Rate
38
35
35.4
29
25
24
Wheat
15
10
11
11
12
14
38
26
31
19
2005 to 2012-Actual
2013- Plan
Paddy
40.2
45
Achievement - Mechanization
Farm Mechanization
Achievement in Rs. Cr.
350
324.84
Farm Power availability
(KW/ha.)
1.874
300
250
210
200
150
100
128
127
1.494
1.23
98
50
0
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
Achievement in demand based Machines
• Mechanization
YEAR
Power
tiller
Combine
harvester
Zero tillage
Cono
weeder
2007-08
540
10
91
2008-09
4678
55
126
8138
2009-10
4635
42
860
1748
2010-11
5330
65
243
2021
2011-12
7567
109
3115
87725
2012-13
6445
343
8703
233598
2013-14 (Plan)
9000
300
10000
250000
BGREI
• Aim-To harness the water potential for
enhancing agriculture production in Eastern
India which was hitherto underutilised
• Objectives-1.Yield maximization of rice and
wheat
2.Water harvesting and conservation
3.Water utilisation
Sr
No
1
2
3
Coonent
Unit
Phy.
Fin. in lakh
Target
Achievement
Target
Achievement
Demonstration
Paddy (SRI Demo) in ha.
Ha.
50000
50000
4800
4800
Boro Rice
Ha.
15000
14230
1125
1067.25
Wheat (SWI Demo) in ha.
Ha.
30000
30000
1200
1200
Shallow Tube Well
No.
15000
6525
1800
783
Pump sets
No.
5700
3540
570
354
Ha.
32400
32400
2430
2430
11925
10634.25
Asset Building
Site Specific Need
Paddy (SRI Demo) in ha.
Total
Sr
No
1
2
3
Component
Programmes for 2013-14
Phy. In ha.
Fin. in lakh
Demonstration
Paddy (SRI Demo) in ha.
Ha.
64180
4813.50
Boro Rice
Ha.
15000
1125.00
Wheat (SWI Demo) in ha.
Ha.
30000
1200.00
Shallow Tube Well
No.
15000
1800.00
Pump sets
No.
10564
1056.40
Ha.
38074
2855.55
Godown, Metallic bin
No.
128, 50000
1275.30
Rice Mill, Dal Mill/ Oil Expeller
No.
1015
152.25
Asset Building
Site Specific Need
Paddy (SRI Demo) in ha.
6
Unit
Marketing support
Total
14278.00
Achievement – Schemes (2012-13)
Unit in Lakh Rs.
Financial
% age
Target
Achievement
Schemes
RKVY
NFSM
74452.72
60710.45
81.48
Rice
Wheat
3016.97
5836.96
2292.328
4244.723
76
73
Pulses
A3P
Special Pulses Programme
2078.42
708
739.40
1038.848
584
739.40
50
82
100
ISOPOM
1781.116
1141.442
64
BGREI
11925.00
10634.00
89
Sr No
Component
Fin. in lakh
Target
Achievement
1
SRI Demonstration
3007.50
3007.50
2
Hybrid Paddy Promotion
9000.00
9000.00
3
Changing Cropping Pattern to mitigate
Climatic efect
3268.62
2208.51
4
Mechanization
25735.00
25735.00
5
Arhar on Bund
215.00
169.02
6
SWI in Wheat
2990.00
2990.00
7
Crop diversification
1880
1148.45
8
National Vegetable initiative
programme
1800
807.80
9
Dry land Horticulture
670
96.90
10
Save Orchard
8825
5945.43
Sr
No
Component
Fin. in lakh
Target
Achievement
11
Progeny Nursary
450.00
0
12
CM Horticulture Mission
4117.42
1271.40
13
CM Crash seed Programme
80.00
80.00
14
Promotion of use of Certified seed
1500.00
1500.00
15
Animal & Fisheries
7980.00
5021.78
16
Co operative
2664.00
1400.00
17
Contingency
328.68
328.68
74511.22
60710.47
Total
Sl.
No.
A
Name of Scheme
Financial
Target
Agriculture (crop husbandry)
1
SRI for Rice
161.301
2
Promotion of Hybrid Rice Varieties
102.00
3
Mechanised Transplanting of Rice
3.50
4
Promotion of use of Certified Seed
35.53
5
Promotion of Organic Farming
349.0625
6
Dryland Horticulture
6.70
7
Crash vegetable seed production programme
0.80
8
Promotion of Organic Vegatables
27.30
9
Frontline Demonstration of Makhana Based Cropping System
2.00
10
Ann Bhandaran Yojna
56.00
11
Change in cropping pattern to mitigate impact of climate change
29.60
12
Promotion of Farm Mechanization
297.102
13
SRI- Wheat & Zero Tillage-Wheat
98.051
Sl.
No.
Name of Scheme
Financial
Target
14
Arhar cultivation on farm bunds
2.15
15
Intercropping of Maize,sugarcane with Pulse crop
24.00
16
Crop diversification project
96.40
17
Use of GIS & Remote Sensing
4.63
18
Krishi Karman Award
1.00
19
Skill Development by Krishi Vigyan Kendra
4.828
Total
1301.95
Contingency etc.
13.01
Grand Total (Crop husbandry)
1314.96
C
Animal Husbandry
36.00
D
Dairy Development
30.00
E
Fisheries
21.80
F
Sericulture
107.89
G
Co-operative
36.12
H
ATMA
115.513
Grand Total
1626.163
B
2500
Budget Outlay
RKVY release
2000
1500
1000
500
0
% against outlay
80.0
60.0
40.0
20.0
0.0
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2500
Budget Outlay
RKVY release
2176.75
2000
1776.92
1500
Gap
1000
759.7
500
324.64
360.27
127.69
057.77
2007-08
761.86
687.39
687.39
2012-13
2013-14
506.82
415.1
148.54
110.79
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
Expected
Scheme Sanction Status
S.
N.
Scheme
Proposal
sent to GOI
SLSC Meeting
Approval
1
BGREI
Yes
Meeting not held
No
2
RKVY
Yes
Meeting not held
No
3
NFSM
Yes
-
Under sanction
4
ISOPOM
Yes
-
Under sanction
Achievement: Compound Annual Growth Rate
Plan
CAGR* (Constant Price)
10th Plan
3.0
11th Plan
5.9
12th Plan
(Projection)
7.0
*Agriculture and Animal Husbandry
Achievement: Plan Expenditure
Year
Expenditure
(Rs. In crore)
2500
2007-08
123.18
2000
2008-09
314.65
1500
2009-10
320.84
2010-11
734.11
2011-12
657.19
2012-13*
1777
1000
500
0
2013-14**
2176
* Upto Mar.2013
** Outlay
XII Plan Initiatives
• Agriculture Cabinet under Hon’ble Chief
Minister.
• It includes 18 departments including Agriculture,
Animal Husbandry & Fishery Resources, Water
Resources, Energy, Land reforms, Industries,
Forest & Environment and Rural Roads etc.
• Agriculture Road Map for 12th five year plan
includes visions, strategies and detailed plan for
each sector.
• Agriculture Road Map programmes launched by
H.E the President of India on 3rd October 2012.
XII Plan Strategies
• Production, Supply and Availability of quality inputs
like Seed and Planting Material at affordable price
and at places easily accessible by farmers.
• Development and adoption of cost effective and high
income generating technologies such as SRI etc.
• Emphasis on Agricultural Skill development instead
of training
• Use of Sustainable Farming Technologies such as
Vermi compost, Integrated Nutrient Management &
Integrated Pest Management.
XII Plan Financial Outlay
Item
Financial Requirement (Rs. In crore)
Annual Plan
2013-14
XII Plan
(2012-13 to 2016-17)
Seed Plan
212.15
1170.37
Horticulture
207.71
1514.98
Organic Farming
458.90
2595.74
Quality Control Labs
35.84
202.94
Mechanization
586.17
3917.37
Transfer of Technology
684.51
4108.80
Soil & Water Conservation
47.44
231.19
Sub Total
2214.20
13751.52
Agriculture Research & Education
322.50
2149.00
Agriculture Marketing
325.00
2001.00
Grand Total
2861.70
17901.52
XII Plan Prospective Outputs
Crop
Rice
Wheat
Maize
Pulses
Foodgrains
Oilseeds
Fruits
Vegetables
Production (Lakh MT)
2011-12 (Actual)
2016-17 (Projection)
81.87
65.30
24.86
5.19
177.62
1.74
39.46
155
93.63
65.75
63.43
29.20
252.00
3.14
60.37
186.11
Issues
• Allocation of Central schemes have not been
communicated early, which impedes advance
planning.
• First release be made in April and Second in
September to effectively implement Kharif & Rabi
Programme.
• Increase allocation as per Agriculture Road Map
• Subsidy on farm equipments need to be increased
• Increase subsidy on Rice/ Dal Mill/ Oil Expeller,
Shallow tube well
• Subsidy for LDPE Pipe
PRODUCTION (Lakh mt)
RICE
WHEAT
MAIZE
PULSES
FOODGRAINS
203.9
177.62
118.16
115.3
126.7
100.76
108.19
81.87
65.31
81.11
34.96
27.63
13.61
4.47
2005-06
51.31
41.49
49.74
44.73
18.57
4.73
17.54
4.51
2006-07
2007-08
2012-13 - Expected
57.71
46.39
17.02
5.27
2008-09
44.04
36.4
15.44
4.6
2009-10
85
72.85
50.94
31.13
21.08
4.67
2010-11
24.86
5.2
2011-12
33.1
12.1
2012-13
Productivity (q/ ha.)
RICE
WHEAT
MAIZE
PULSES
FOODGRAINS
36.83
36.4
30.49
30.1
26.53
24.63
26.98
25.38
32.25
27.13
28.23
23.34
20.98
13.79
12.39
10.75
7.48
2005-06
20.05
16.87
14.82
17.16
27.24
24.11
22.05
18.55
16.51
12.88
7.4
2006-07
8.14
2007-08
20.81
17.53
15.59
11.65
9.17
2008-09
24.26
8.33
2009-10
10.94
8.68
2010-11
9.91
2011-12
11.54
2012-13
SRI Demonstration Model
Rs. 3000/ Acre
S.N
.
Input
Expected quantity
Expected
Amount
1
Seed : Certified seed
Certified Arhar/Urad
2 Kilo gram
250/500 Gram
60.00
50.00
2
Seed Treatment : Salt &
Carbadenzim 50% WP
1 Kilo Gram
20 Gram
50.00
3
Nurssary : Vermi Compost
Psudomonas
Azospyrilum/Azotobactor and PSB
20 Kilo Gram
500 Gram
1+1 Kilo Gram
120.00
100.00
150.00
4
Fertilizer : Vermi Compost
NPK/DAP
Urea
Zinc Sulphate (33% zn) or
Zinc EDTA (12%zn)
80 Kilo Gram
50 Kilo Gram
50 Kilo Gram
2 Kilo Gram or
100 Gram
480.00
1290.00
300.00
150.00
5
Plant Protection :
Tricyclazole 75% WP
Total
120 Gram
250.00
3000.00
Hybrid Paddy Promotion
Hybrid Paddy
Demo kit Value
6Kg/ Acre Arhar/ Urad - 250g/500g
Rs.1200 Per Acre
HYBRID RICE VARIETIES
PRH-122
CORH-3
HRI 169 (ARIZE TEZ )
JKRH-401
GK-5003
HRI157 (ARIZE
PRIMA)
US-312
PHB-71
PNPH-24
DRRH-2
PA-6444
CRHR-32
CRHR-5
PAC-835
JKRH-3333
CRHR-7
PAC-837
RH-1531
27P31
PA/ARIZE-6129,6201
DRH-775
Mechanized Paddy transplantation
Item
Unit cost
Phy. Target
Paddy transplanter
Nursary management cost
Rs. 660/ acre
Seed (10kg/ acre) + seed treating agent
Rs.340/acre
10000 Acre
cost
Charges for machine operation including Rs. 1000/acre
labour,fuel and other incidental charges.
Drum Seeder
Seed (15kg/acre) + seed treating agent
Rs.500/acre
cost
Charges for machine operation including
Rs. 250/acre
labour,fuel and other incidental charges.
Use of Herbicide
Rs. 250/acre
15000 acre
Paddy Demonstration by Transplanter
Rs. 2000/ Acre
SN
1
2
3
4
Input
Use Rate
Seed : Certified Paddy HYV
Seed Teatment :
Carbendezime 50 %WP
8-10 Kilo Gram
/Acre
10 Gram
Nurssary Management :
Plastic Sheet
(20 Metre of 100 Micron)
Vermi Compost
Azospyrilum + PSB
Padddy Transplanter Hire Cost
@ Rs. 1000/Acre
Total
20 Meter
20 Kilo Gram
1-1 Kilo
Gram
Input
Quantity
10 Kilo
Gram
20
Gram
20 Meter
25 Kilo
Gram
1-1 Kilo
Gram
Expected
Amount
300.00
40.00
360.00
150.00
150.00
1000.00
2000.00
Paddy Demonstration by Drum seeder
Rs. 1000/ Acre
SN
1
2
3
4
Input
Use Rate
Input
Quantity
Seed : Certified Paddy HYV
15 Kilo Gram
/Acre
15 Kilo Gram
Seed Teatment :
Carbendezime 50 %WP
2 Gram/ Kilo
seed
Weedicide :
Pyrezosulfuran 10% WP
80 Gram/
Acre+
Mechine Hire charge
Drum seeder @ 250/Acre+
Total
30 Gram
80 Gram
Expected
Amount
450.00
50.00
250.00
250.00
1000.00
Maize
Rs. 1600/ Acre
SN
1
2
3
4
Input
Certified Hybrid/ Composit
Seed Teatment :
Cloropyriphos 20%EC
Fertility Management :
Vermi Compost
Weedicide :
Atrazine
Quantity
Expected
Amount
8 Kilo Gram
880.00
100 ml
50.00
1 Bag (50 Kg)
1 Kg
Total
300.00
370.00
1600.00
Bajra
SN
1
2
3
4
Input
Certified seed
Seed Treatment :
Cloropyriphos 20%EC
PSB & Azotobactor
Fertility Management :
Vermi Compost
Boron 15 % B
5
6
Rs. 1600/ Acre
Quantity
Expected
Amount
2 Kilo
340.00
100 ml
50.00
1 Kilo + 1 Kilo
150.00
300.00
1 Bag ( %0 Kg)
2 Kg
200.00
Weedicide :
Atrazine
Plant Protection :
Forate10G or Quinalphos
5G@ 5 Kilo Gram/Acre
Total
0.5 Kg
190.00
5.0 Kilo
400.00
1630 =1600.00
Arhar
Rs. 1000/ Acre
SN
Input
1
Certified seed
2
Seed Treatment :
1. Carbadenzim 50%WP
2. Cloropyriphos 20%EC
3. Rhyzobium
3
Plant Protection
Mancozab 75%WP
Total
Quantity
Expected
Amount
8 Kilo
720.00
10 Gram
100 ml
0.5 Kg
20.00
40.00
40.00
0.5 Kg
180.00
1000.00
Mandua
Rs. 1000/ Acre
SN
Input
1
Certified seed
2
PSB + Azotobactor
3
Fertilizer :
Urea
Boron 15 %B
4
4 Kg
Expected
Amount
200.00
1 Kg + 1 Kg
150.00
50 Kilo
2 Kilo
300.00
200.00
0.5 Kg
180.00
Quantity
Plant Protection :
Mancozab 75%WP
Total
1030 = 1000
Explanation on comments/ observations Regarding SLSC
proposed on 09th April 2013
S.No.
Name of
Scheme
SRI for Rice
Amount
proposed in
crore
161.30
Comments/Observation
Explanation
(i) It is not clear as to what the nondemonstration area under SRI
programme refers to.
(ii) The component-wise break up of SRI
demonstration and size of demonstration
are not indicated.
(iii) Criteria for rewards to achiever
farmers and field functionaries are not
mentioned
(iv)Crop cutting, field day and incentive
for progressive farmers & extension
worker is not supported.
(v)Enlist the hybrids/variety to be
promoted through SRI demonstration.
Whether the varieties/hybrids are
released.
(vi)Whether previous years beneficiary
are included during current year.
(vii)
Identify the area for SRI
demonstration other than NFSM and
BGREI to avoid delicacy and organize
demonstration in cluster mode.
(viii) Indicate the agro-ecology and
specific areas where SRI is to be
demonstrated.
(i) Non demonstration area under SRI
programme is about 25 lakh acre
including 5 Lakh hac..
(ii)Component wise break up of SRI
demonstration is attached as annex-1.
(iii) ) Criteria for rewards to achiever
farmers and field functionaries are
already mentioned in paira-3.3
(iv)No comments
(v) In SRI programme list of variety
circulate to all districts. Seed distribution
is on Farmer's choise
(vi) No
(vii) For your kind information here all
SRI demonstration is implement as single
programme i.e include BGREI,
RKVY,NFSM so, that chance of delicacy is
avoided, because it may be possibility to
same farmer take from different Yojna.
(viii) District wise area is attached in
sheet-anx-2.
Explanation on comments/ observations Regarding SLSC
proposed on 09th April 2013
S.No.
Name of
Scheme
Promotion of
Hybrid Rice
Varieties
Amount
proposed in
crore
102.00
Comments/Observation
Explanation
(i) It is not clear as to what the nondemonstration area under SRI programme
refers to.
(ii) The area mentioned in the next i.e 3 lakh
hac is not coinciding with the figures in
Table.
(iii) Mention the break of unit cost i.e Rs
1,200/- per acre
(iv) Criteria for selection of farmers.
(v) Enlist the hybrids proposed for
promotion.
(vi) Indicate the amount and source of funds
for organizing on farm training and crop
cutting exp. For assessing the yield grain.
(vii) Notified hybrids of state/ central release
may be included.
(i) 2.6 lakh hac under non demonstration.
(ii) The area mentioned in the text is due to
Typing mistake, which is exactly 3.4 lakh hac.
(iii) 6 Kg seed + Seed treatment Agent+ 250
gm Arhar seed
(iv) Criteria for selection is progressive
farmers.
(v)Notified varieties from GOI
(vi) Pl. see guide line of hybrid
demonstration.
(vii) pl. see attached sheet Anx-3
Explanation on comments/ observations Regarding SLSC
proposed on 09th April 2013
S.No.
Name of
Scheme
Mechanized
transplanting of
Rice.
Amount
proposed in
crore
3.50
Comments/Observation
(i) No. and size of seed tray required for one
acre transplanting of rice.
(ii) List of varieties along with seed rates to
be included for mechanized transplanting.
(iii)Indicate the agro-ecology and specific
area in which the use of drum seeder for rice
is required along with justification.
(iv) Details of methodology adopted for
selection of owners of the machine for
executing the work.
(v) Provide the break-up of amount of
Rs.1000/- per acre as proposed as a part of
unit cost for mechanized transplanting.
(vi) Share of farmer in unit cost of
mechanized transplanting.
Explanation
(i) There is no need of purchase of tray it is
already supplied by machine owner.
(ii) Seed rate for Paddy transplanter –
10kg/acre where as in case of Drum seeder
15kg/acre.
(iii) There is all 38 districts of Bihar is
suitable for drum seeder/ paddy
Transplanter because irrigation facility is
available in all districts.
(iv)For your kind information there is
already very less no. of machine so, select
those owner which in selected cluster of
demonstration area.
(v) Rs. 1000/- is lum sum for one acre
transplanting cost including tray charger.
(vi)In case of paddy Transplanter Rs.
2000.00/-acre and for drum seeder Rs.
1000/-acre rest of cost is carry by farmers
like harrowing, fertilizer etc.
Explanation on comments/ observations Regarding SLSC
proposed on 09th April 2013
S.No.
Name of Scheme
Amount
proposed
in crore
Comments/Observation
Promotion of use of
certified seed.
35.53
There is no provision to give top up subsidy under RKVY
scheme to the beneficiaries of centrally sponsored schemes
like NFSM, ISOPOM and JTM & TMC, etc.
Promotion of
organic farming
349.06
Dry land
Horticulture
6.70
The scheme was initiated during 2011-12 for a period of four
years on the basis of no. of plants surviving. During the 1st
year 2.20 lakh plants were planted and 1.10 lakh plants were
planted in the second year. The details of no. of plants of the
plantations made during 11-12 need to mention. No. of
plants to be provided per beneficiary need to be mentioned.
Moreover, there should be some beneficiary contribution in
total expenditure.
Crash Vegetable
Seed production
programme.
0.80
Supply of vegetable seeds, free of cost, should be
discouraged.
Promotion of
Orgainic vegetables.
27.30
Not supported
Frontline
Demonstration of
Makhana based
Cropping system.
2.00
Not supported
Explanation
Its confusion that not 100%
subsidy give to farmer only
subsidy is up to level of rkvy
guide line.
Explanation on comments/ observations Regarding SLSC
proposed on 09th April 2013
S.No.
Name of Scheme
Amount
proposed
in crore
Ann Bhandaran
Yojna
56.00
Change in cropping
pattern to mitigate
impact of climate
change.
29.60
Comments/Observation
The central Sector plan Scheme Construction/ Renovations
of rural Godowns (CRG) being implemented by the Division
provided maximum subsidy on the projects at 25% for
general category. Therefore, the subsidy under the CRG
scheme should be adopted.
(i) Give the breakup of the amount of subsidy proposed per
hac.
(ii) Whether the amount of subsidy is to be given in cash or
kind.
(iii) The net income derived from the cultivation of maize ,
arhar , mandua, jawar and bajra can be equal to the net
income received from the paddy cultivation.
(iv) The amount of subsidy proposed for the rabi crops like
duram wheat/oat/barley needs to be justified for area
diversion from paddy crop.
(v) The area diverted from the paddy crop during the year
2012-13 should not be covered in year 2013-14.
(vi) Whether the state Gov. is providing any marketing
support for the newly introduced crop in place of paddy.
Explanation
(i) Maize demoRs.4000/hac(Seed-20kgx
Rs.80.00,bio fert-10kgx
Rs.70.00,irrigation-Rs.800.00
and rest pesticide) Arhar &
mandua @ Rs.2500/hac
where as oat, barely duram
wheat & bajra @
Rs.4000/hac.
(ii) Kind, i.e Dao arrange the
demonstration kits in Mela
where farmer purchase its
own choice of kits.
(iii) Yes
(iv) When guide line is
released from directorate of
Agriculture Bihar it will
justified.
(v)The area which included
in year-12-13 not to be
included in year 2013-14.
(v) Yes
Explanation on comments/ observations Regarding SLSC
proposed on 09th April 2013
S.No.
Name of Scheme
Amount
proposed
in crore
Comments/Observation
Promotion of Farm
mechanization
297.10
Combines, Sugar cane harvesters, Maize harvester &
Strengthening workshop are not supported. Rest is
supported as per MMA.
SRI-Wheat & Zero
tillage-Wheat
98.05
(i) Whether the SWI is approved by ICAR/SAUs.
(ii) Give the breakup of unit cost of SWI and Zero tillage.
(iii) Crop cutting and incentives not be covered under
centrally sponsored Scheme.
(iv) Demonstration of SWI under BGREI may not be included
under normal RKVY.
Intercropping of
maze, Sugarcane
with pulse crop
24.00
Not supported for want of details.
Explanation
(i) No comment
(ii) In case of SWI As Kind:Certified seed-10kgRs.280.00, Seed treatmentRs.50.00, Biofert.-Rs.130.00
As cash:- Vermi comp.-Rs.900.00 & for irrigationRs.200.00. In case of Zero
tillage.- For herbiside-Rs.500.00, Machine fair-Rs.500/- & MicronutrientRs.250/(iii) No comments
(iv) Guide line release as
single including BGREI &
RKVY but SWI implemented
some district from BGREI
and some District from RKVY.
Explanation on comments/ observations Regarding SLSC
proposed on 09th April 2013
S.No.
Name of Scheme
Crop diversification
Project.
Amount
proposed
in crore
96.40
Comments/Observation
(i) The pulse crops like lentil, chick pea either as a sole crop
or paira crop, indicate the crop intensification not
diversification
(ii) The cultivation of pulses as a sole crop or paira crop is
already included under NFSM pulses.
(iii) The cultivation of oil seeds as sole and paira crop is
included under ISOPOM.
(iv) Indicate the prevailing cropping pattern and area to be
covered for crop diversification.
(v) Give break up of unit cost for each crop as mentioned in
the proposal.
(vi) Give the acreage under paddy crop to be diverted
towards pulses and oil seeds.
Explanation
(i)Lentil as sole as well as
paira crop where as chickpea
as sole crop.For your kind
information basically this
programme is only for crop
diversification.
(ii) No comments
(iii) No comments
(iv)Cereals
dominate
cropping pattern in Bihar.
This leads to lower income to
farmers. Farmers income can
be increased by diversifying
the existing cropping pattern.
(v) Unit
mentioned
released
Whenever
released it
you.
Use of GIS & remote
sensing
Krishi Karman
Award
4.63
1.00
Supported, NIC,Bihar may be consulted before talking a final
new.
Utilize the amount of Krishi Karman Award to improve the
working environment of the state agriculture Dep. As per
guidelines of Krishi Karman Award circulate to state.
cost is already
detail break is
in guid
line.
guide line is
will informed to
No, we are follow guideline of
Krishi Karman Award i.e to
purchased android table
which is untimely improve
the working environment of
Explanation on comments/ observations Regarding SLSC
proposed on 09th April 2013
S.No.
Name of Scheme
Amount
proposed
in crore
Skill Development
by Krishi Vigyan
Kendra
4.83
Contingency etc.
13.01
Animal Husbandry
36.00
Scheme of purchase
of Ambulatory
6.00
Scheme of Buck
2.00
Distribution for up
gradation of the local
breed
Scheme of
2.00
strengthening of
poultry
Comments/Observation
Not Supported
No Comments in absence of details of the project.
AHD&F
The details of how the work culture is proposed to be improved in not
present in the abstract. Even through the scheme mentions
strengthening of State Poultry Farm, It is not clear if is only skill and
work ethics development (improvement of work culture) or there are
any infrastructure components involved.
Explanation
Explanation on comments/ observations Regarding SLSC
proposed on 09th April 2013
S.No.
Name of Scheme
Amount
proposed
in crore
Comments/Observation
Strengthening of
institute of Animal
Health & Production
5.00
Goat Development
under National
Mission for Protein
Supplement
Fodder Seed
production,
Distribution
Procurement &
other activities
Dairy Development
5.00
No Comments in absence of details of the project.
16.00
This Department has no objection if the proposal is taken as per the
guidelines of RKVY scheme.
143.06
Extension & Training 3.60
Program
Proposal is supported in principle subject to furnishing the details of
physical and financial targets and desirability of implementing such
proposal by the District Milk Unions
Explanation
Explanation on comments/ observations Regarding SLSC
proposed on 09th April 2013
S.No.
Name of Scheme
Dairy Development
Scheme
Amount
proposed
in crore
119.26
Milk yield
19.90
competition/Awards
for progressive Dairy
Farmers
Monitoring &
evaluation
00.30
Fisheries
21.80
Sericulture
107.89
Total
1510.65
Grand Total
1657.90
Comments/Observation
DD
Project is supported subject to cost norms of schemes of Government
of India & NABARD, as the case may be
DD
The proposal is supported in principle subject of proper records are
maintained of high yielding animals through RFID Tagging and
desirability of implementing such proposal by the District Level Milk
Unions/State Cooperative Milk Federation and the beneficiary
identified through Aadhar number wherever it is feasible.
The Proposal is supported as per norms of RKVY.
Explanation

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