Karnataka - National Horticulture Mission

Report
Karnataka State Horticulture Mission Agency (R), Lalbagh, Bangalore
[email protected]
Glimpse of Horticultural Sector in Karnataka
•
Area and production of horticulture crops is around 21.16 lakhs
ha. and 205.15 lakhs tons, respectively, with an average
productivity of about 9.70 tons per hectare.
•
The state is one of the key players in fruits, vegetables,
floriculture, plantation crops, spices and so on.
•
Over Rs. 1100.00 cr. annual income from horticulture sector in
the state
•
Horticulture sector is an important source of livelihood for as
many as 12.50 lakhs farm families in the state.
•
Annual growth rate is seen to be higher at around 6%.
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AREA AND PRODUCTION
Area (000 Ha)
Production
(000 Tons)
Productivity
(Tons /ha)
Fruit Crops
360.00
5963.00
16.55
Vegetables
437.00
7063.00
16.17
Spice crops
266.50
1097.00
4.12
Plantation crops
27.00
1955.00
7.29
Commercial flowers
200.00
16.20
10.79
Medicinal plants
20.00
0.30
1.76
Aromatic plants
805.50
4420.00
0.55
2115.50
20514.50
Crop
Total
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Project Overview of Karnataka State
:
Bangalore (Rural), Kolar, Tumkur, Chitradurga, Dakshina
Kannada, Kodagu, Udupi, Mysore, Belgaum, Bijapur, Bagalkot,
Gulbarga, Hassan, Koppal, Uttara Kannada, Chikkamagalur,
Shimoga, Dharwad, Bellary, Chamarajnagar, Bidar, Ramnagar,
Chikkaballapura, Raichur, Haveri, Gadag, Davangere, Mandya,
Bangalore (U) & Yadgir (30)
:
Oct. 2005 – March 2012
 DISTRICTS
 NHM
 PROJECT PERIOD
YEAR
No. of NHM Districts
2005 – 06
2006 – 07
2007 – 08
15
2
4
2008 – 09
3
2009 – 10
5
2010– 11
1
Total
30
(6 Dists under PM’s Package)
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SUCCESS STORY
1. NURSERY: Hassan District
Nandanam Nursery established under NHM in private sector promoted by Sri
UnniKrishnan and Smt.Jaya Nair in Palya Hobli of Alur taluk in Hassan district has set an
example for their hard work, skill and expertise in nursery techniques.
Nandamam Nursery is situated on Bangalore-Mangalore Highway and easily accessable
to farmers. The Nursery produces 2,00,000 quality planting materials of fruits and flower plants in
a year.
Assistance from NHM have helped the couple to set up a cement pot manufacturing
units, Vermicompost unit, 7000 Sqft of lawn and other facilities like labour quarters for skilled
laborers engaged etc. Availability of planting materials through out the year has helped the
farmers.
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2. MULCHING : Chamarajanagar District
Puttaswamy S/o Madappa, Yadapura, Chamarajanagara Tq is a progressive vegetable
grower. Last year he had grown about 4 acres of watermelon without mulching and got an average
yield of 15 tons / acre.
Later with the intervention of department of Horticulture, he started using Plastic
Mulching for growing Watermelon. Now with Mulching he has taken an average yield of 30 ton /
acre. With mulching sheet he has got an additional yield of 50 % which is really an outstanding
result.
This has made other farmers to adopt Mulching for Horticulture Crops especially in dry
regions, by which they can expect additional yield and it may increase their economic level also.
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3. PACK HOUSE : Chamarajanagar District
Kum. Sneha D/o Ravibabu, Thimmegowdana playa, Santhemaralli hobli,
Chamarajanagara Tq. is having totally 1.74 Ha. and her family is having totally 300 acres of land in
which they are cultivating Banana, Papaya, Pomegranate, Mango, Guava etc., and they are
exporting these crops to neighboring states like Tamilnadu, Andra Pradesh, Kerala etc.
Through the Department of Horticulture they were guided regarding the availability of
subsidy for structure like Pack houses and insisted them to construct Pack house, so they can pack
and grade in a hygienic and systematic way, by which they can even obtain a good export returns
also.
So they constructed the pack house according to our guidance and now they are using
this structure for packing and grading of Pomegranate, Guava, Mango crops in a systematic way.
Now the unit is working in a good way and they have extended their area and started constructing
another pack house for better use.
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SWOC ANALYSIS
Strength
•
NRCs Strong resource base coupled with favorable agro climatic conditions for
horticultural crops.
•
Adequate nursery and seed infrastructure.
•
Premier institutions such as Bio center under state department of horticulture, IIHR,
IFAB, CIMAP, CFTRI, DFRL, UHS, NRCs etc.,
•
Crop specific Agri Export Zones (AEZs).
•
Five food parks – well spread across the state.
•
No. of processing industries for pineapple, tomato, mango, wine grapes, gherkins.
•
Exclusive administrative set-up for horticulture sector in the state.
•
The sector identified as thrust area.
•
Major marketing institutions such as KHF, HOPCOMS, Safal, and private players like
Namdharis, Reliance, Food World etc.
•
Adoption of model APMC Act.
•
High productivity in crops like mango, tomato etc.,
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SWOC ANALYSIS
Weakness
– Un-utilized potential in terms of productivity.
– Inadequate irrigation facilities – Depleting ground water
levels.
– Highly perishable crops and requirement of intensive care.
– Commercial horticulture is yet to take strong roots.
– Lack of regulatory mechanism for planting materials.
– Inadequate farm mechanization and PHM.
– Logistical deficiencies.
– Strong linkage of farms with market is yet to make inroad
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SWOC ANALYSIS
Opportunities
• Increasing demand for horticultural produce/ products.
• Untapped domestic and also export market.
• Barren land can be utilized.
• Enormous scope for yield enhancement through
rejuvenation/ HYVs.
• Huge scope for value addition.
• Huge public sector investment.
• Transformation towards hi-tech practice by farmers.
• Untapped direct marketing opportunities.
• Abundant scope for creation of marketing infrastructure.
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SWOC ANALYSIS
Challenges
• Fragmented and small land holdings, water, labour
availability for expansion of the sector.
• Pests, diseases, and climatic factors.
• Inadequate and inconsistent power supply.
• Urbanization and higher migration from rural area to city
centers.
• Price fluctuations and gluts.
• Mismatch between cost of production and price
realisation.
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Summary of Action Plan : 2012-13
 The total financial outlay envisaged for the year 2012-13 is
Rs.14500.00 lakhs.
 The share of the GOI and the GOK would be around
Rs.12325.00
respectively.
lakhs
(85%)
and
Rs.2175.00
(15%)
 In the total outlay, the project based components account
for Rs.6780.15 lakhs with a share of 46.76%. The rest to the
tune of Rs.7719.85 lakhs with a share of 53.24%.
earmarked for the implementable components.
 The total progress for 2011-12 (upto end of 20th Mar 2012)
is Rs. 12082.37 lakhs.
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Financial (Rs. in Lakh)
Sl.
No
Activity
1.
Production & Productivity
2.
Post Harvest Management &
Marketing
3.
Mission Management
4.
5.
Expenditure
(Provisional as on
20-03-2012)
Proposed Outlay
AAP 2012-13
% Outlay
2012-13
10049.69
10528.15
72.61
1435.93
2867.05
19.77
550.00
724.70
5.00
Publicity & Propaganda
23.75
55.00
0.40
Innovation
23.00
325.10
2.24
12082.37
14500.00
Total
100.00
 In the total outlay, Production and Productivity related activities
would constitute about 72.61 %.
 Other key components such as PHM and Marketing would receive
their share of 19.77 %.
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Physical (quantifiable major outputs) for 2012-13
Sl.
No
Activity
Ha.
Sl.
No
1.
Additional coverage of area
17468
6.
New Nurseries
32
2.
Rejuvenation
4743
7.
Water Resources
410
3.
INM/IPM
45000
8.
Training of farmers
4.
Protected cultivation
1054
9.
Mechanization
632
5.
Organic farming
2764
10. PHM & Marketing
1124
•Total
71029
Activity
•Total
No
15353
17551
 The quantifiable major outputs comprises production related,
PHM, marketing and other components.
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Area, production & productivity target for 2012-13
(For selected crops)
Sl.
No
Crop
Area
(000 ha)
Production
(000 tons)
Productivity
(tons/ ha)
1.
Fruits (Perennials)
7358
132.45
18.00
2.
Fruits (Non-Perennials)
4718
188.72
40.00
3.
Spices
1687
8.44
5.00
4.
Flowers
1656
19.87
12.00
5.
Aromatic Plants
40
4.00
1.00
6.
Plantation crops
2010
16.08
8.00
17469
266.16
Total

Projected growth rate of selected horticultural crops in 2012 - 13:
 Area: 1 - 2%
 Production and productivity: 2 % to 5%.

With NHM scheme intervention, above horticultural crops prospect expected to
turn better during the year.
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Objectives
 Key objective - Ensuring sustainable growth in area, production and
productivity of horticultural crops through promotion of better
cultivation practices and creation of suitable PHM and marketing
infrastructure.
 Specific objectives:

To create suitable plantation infrastructure across the state on a crop
cluster basis,

To bring down the post harvest loss by creating suitable primary and
secondary processing infrastructure,

To establish comprehensive marketing infrastructure for horticultural
produce,

To cope up with unforeseen requirements for organic growth in the
sector,

To connect polices and programmes for the development of production
and marketing system of horticultural produce.
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Approach
 By identifying suitable crop cluster and also by strengthening the
existing clusters, and connecting them cohesively with the
processing centers and the market, it is possible to bring the sector
into sustainable developmental ambit.
 With this background and also experiences gained and difficulties
encountered in implementation of the scheme so far, a
comprehensive strategy for the year 2012-13 has been chalked out,
besides continuing the same further for the next two years.
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Strategies
 Empowerment of farmers’ associations at crop clusters
 Involvement of various institutions/ agencies / NGOs / Farmers
association in the implementation of the program
 Convergence of other schemes with NHM program
 Address the current problem of lower allocations on key
components such as PHM and marketing
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Thrust areas
 It is the time now to show the route to the farmers that how and where
he can sell the produce and get a remunerative price
 In this context, we need to give higher priority for building the
processing and the marketing infrastructure.
 There is also a need for empowering farmers associations at cluster
levels for better implementation of scheme
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Factors considered to earmark outlay for districts
 The bench mark district wise data on area, production and
productivity for the base year 2004-05 and subsequent 5 years.
 SWOC analysis of each district in terms of the sector growth,
future need and also implementation progress so far besides felt
needs.
 Physical and financial performance of the district in the last 7
years.
 Views and suggestions of various stakeholders such as farmers,
entrepreneurs,
processors,
extension
organizations and various thought leaders.
workers,
research
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New Horticulture area brought under NHM Since inception
Area in 1000 ha.
S.No.
Crops
Area Before NHM
Additional area brought
under NHM
1
Mango
121.46
39.04
2
Pomegranate
10.98
8.08
3
Sapota
22.96
11.94
4
Citrus
11.30
3.50
5
Grapes
10.27
7.16
6
Banana
56.41
39.31
7
Pineapple
2.78
1.71
8
Papaya
3.57
0.87
9
Cashew
67.079
13.84
10
Cocoa
2.718
5.33
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Area covered under National Horticulture Mission since inception
Mango
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> 3000 Ha.
Kolar (5531), Tumkur, Dharwad,
Ramanagar, Belgaum (3210)
1000 to
3000 Ha.
Chitradurga (2388) Shimoga,
Bangalore Rural, UK, Chikmagalur,
Haveri Chikballapur, Hassan (1114)
< 1000 Ha.
Mysore (932), Koppal, Gulbarga,
Bidar, Davanagere, Raichur, Bellary,
Chamarajanagar, Gadag, Mandya,
Bagalkote, Banagalore Urban,
Bijapur, yadagiri (50)
Area covered under National Horticulture Mission since inception
Grapes
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> 1000 Ha.
Bijapur (2669), Belgaum (1196)
250 to
1000Ha.
Bangalore Rural (763), UK,
Chikkaballapura, Bagalkote, Gulbarga
(254)
< 250 Ha.
Kolar (212), Koppal, Bidar, Bellary,
Bangalore Urban, Gadag (12)
Area covered under National Horticulture Mission since inception
Pomegranate
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> 1000 Ha.
Koppal (3895)
250 to
1000Ha.
Bagalkote (836), Chitradurga,
Raichur, tumkur, Bijapur (656)
< 250 Ha.
Bellary (233), Bidar, Belgaum,
Davanagere, Gulbarga, Gadag (17)
Area covered under National Horticulture Mission since inception
Sapota
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> 1000 Ha.
Bellary (3497), Chitradurga, Hassan
(1092)
250 to
1000Ha.
Tumkur (940), Kolar, Mysore,
Chikmagalur, Haveri, Shimoga,
Bangalore Rural, Mandya, Belgaum
264)
< 250 Ha.
Bagalkote (230), Ramanagar,
Dharwad, Gadag, Chikkaballapur,
Raichur, Gulbarga, Koppal,
Chamarajanagara, Davanagere,
Bijapur, Bidar, UK (37)
Area covered under National Horticulture Mission since inception
Citrus
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> 500 Ha.
Bijapur (801), Chitradurga, Kodagu
(506)
250 to
500Ha.
Raichur (491), Bellary (311)
< 250 Ha.
Bidar (215), Gulbarga, Tumkur,
Yadagiri, Koppal, Davanagere,
Gadag, Chikmagalur (410)
Area covered under National Horticulture Mission since inception
Fig
Bellary (403 Ha.)
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Area covered under National Horticulture Mission since inception
Banana
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> 3000 Ha.
Belgaum (3796), Shimoga,
Chitradurga, Chamarajanagara,
Tumkur (3000)
1000to
3000Ha.
Chikmagalur (1971), Bangalore Rural,
Bagalkote, Hassan, Mysore, Bijapur,
Kolar, Koppal, Bellary, Gulbarga,
Ramanagara (1122)
< 1000 Ha.
UK (948), DK, Kodagu, Davanagere,
Chikkballapur, Bidar, Mandya, udupi,
Dharwad, Haveri, Bangalore Urban,
Raichur, Gadag, Yadagiri (33)
Area covered under National Horticulture Mission since inception
Pineapple
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> 500 Ha.
UK (792), Shimoga (655)
< 500 Ha.
Udupi (193), DK (66)
Action Plan for Promotion of Crop Clusters
 To strengthen the crop clusters, collection, grading & packing, primary
processing at the field level and linking these clusters with market will
be given priority during 2012-13.
 Empowering of “farmers’ associations” at crop clusters would assist to
promote the cluster approach. Hence following activities would be
carried out:
 Empowering of farmers groups at the cluster levels,
 Promotion of primary processing at the filed level and linking
clusters with the processing infrastructure
 Carrying out awareness programmes,
 Offering crop advisory service and market information service.
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Component wise proposed outlay for 2012-13
Innovative Components
2.24 %
Mission Management
5.00 %
Special Intervention
for Mitigation of
Publicity & Propaganda
BBD for
0.38 %
Pomogranate
PRODUCTION OF
PLANTING MATERIALS
4.69 %
TOTAL AEP Pere, Non-Pere,
Flowers, Aromatic, Spices &
Plantation).
21.98 %
PHM & Marketing
19.77 %
HRD
2.70 %
FLD
0.14 %
MECHANIZATION
2.86 %
BEEKEEPING
0.49 %
TOTAL MAINTAINANCE
(Pere, Non-Pere &
Plantation).
MUSHROOMS 10.12 %
ORGANIC FARMING
4.26 %
PRONMATION INM / IPM
& LABS
3.72 %
PROTECTED
CULTIVATION
14.62%
REJUVENATION
4.91 %
CREATION OF WATER
RESOURCE
2.12%
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KARNATAKA STATE HORTICULTURE MISSION AGENCY (R)
Component Wise Details
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Requirement & Availability of Planting Materials
for the year 2012-13
Availability
Requirement for 2012-13
Sl.
No.
Crops
1
(No. in lakhs)
Physical (Ha.)
No. of plants (lakhs)
Dept.
Pvt.
Mango
4565
7.30
4.00
3.10
2
Grapes
675
16.88
10.00
6.80
3
Pomegranate
423
1.17
-
1.17
4
Sapota
810
1.26
4.39
-
5
Citrus Group
810
2.24
7.50
-
6
Fig
25
0.07
0.05
0.10
7
Banana(TC)
2456
73.68
15.00
112.00
8
Banana(suckers)
1182
29.55
-
29.55
9
Pepper
1282
17.59
40.00
-
10
Cashew
460
0.72
5.40
-
11
Cocoa
1550
6.20
5.20
1.00
14238
156.66
91.54
153.72
GRAND TOTAL
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ABSTRACT OF AAP 2012 – 13 UNDER NHM
( Rs. in Lakhs)
in -Lakhs)
PROPOSED OUTLAY(Rs.
2012
13
Sl. No
Components
1
NURSERIES
2
VEGETABLE SEED PRODUCTION
3
IMPORT OF PLANTING MATERIAL
4
SETTING UP OF TC LAB
5
ESTABLISHMENT OF NEW GARDENS
6
MAINTENANCE
7
REJUVENATION
8
CREATION OF WATER RESOURCES
9
PROTECTED CULTIVATION
10
PROMOTION INM/IPM
11
ORGANIC FARMING
12
HRD
13
BEEKEEPING
14
MECHANIZATION
15
FRONT LINE DEMONSTRATION
16
PHM & MARKETING
17
MISSION MANAGEMENT
18
INNOVATIVE COMPONENTS
GRAND TOTAL
Phy
Fin
32
255
1
9
17468
26541
4743
410
1053.51
45003
2764
15353
9079
632
5
1124
3
140.63
76.00
5.00
459.00
3187.25
1466.95
711.45
307.20
2119.78
540.00
617.20
392.21
70.90
414.60
20.00
2867.05
779.70
325.10
124476
14500.00
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ANNUAL ACTION PLAN FOR THE YEAR 2012-13
SL
No.
COMPONENT
UNIT
(HA/
NO)
STATE TOTAL
REVISED ACTION PLAN
(2011-12)
PROPOSED TARGET
(2012-13)
3
PHY.
4
FIN.
5
PHY.
6
FIN.
7
i) Model Nursery (4ha) (Rs.25.00)
Nos
2
50.00
1
25.00
ii) Small Nursery (1ha) (Rs.6.25)
Nos
2
50.00
1
25.00
1
2
B
PLANTATION INFRASTRUCTURE & DEVELOPMENT
1
Production of Planting Material
a) Public sector
SUB TOTAL
b) Private Sector
i) Model Nursery (4ha) (Rs.12.50)
Nos
4
50.00
2
25.00
ii) Small Nursery (1ha) (Rs.3.125)
Nos
16
50.00
29
90.63
SUB TOTAL
20
100.00
31
115.63
TOTAL - Nursery
22
150.00
32
140.63
2
200.00
c) Setting up of new TC Units
i) Public Sector (Rs.100.00)
ii) Private Sector
Nos
TOTAL
4
137.89
7
259.00
4
137.89
9
459.00
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STATE TOTAL
SL
No.
COMPONENT
UNIT
(HA/
NO)
REVISED ACTION PLAN
(2011-12)
PROPOSED TARGET
(2012-13)
3
PHY.
4
FIN.
5
PHY.
6
FIN.
7
i) Public Sector (Rs.0.50/ha)
Ha
25
12.50
49
24.50
ii) Private Sector (Rs.0.25/ha)
Ha
180
45.00
206
51.50
205
57.50
255
76.00
2
10.00
1
5.00
2
10.00
1
5.00
1
192.94
1
22.05
TOTAL
2
214.99
TOTAL - Production of Planting Materials
235
570.38
297
680.63
1
2
d) Seed Production
TOTAL
e)
Import of planting material for trial &
demonstration purpose
i) Public Sector (State Dept.)
Nos
ii) Private Sector (Grower Section) (Rs.5.00)
Nos
TOTAL
f) Seed infrastructure
i) Public Sector
Nos
ii) Private Sector
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2
SL
No.
COMPONENT
UNIT
(HA/
NO)
1
2
3
Establishment of new gardens (Area expansion)
1)
Fruits Perennials - New Area Expansion
a. Mango
8m x 8m (Rs.0.1544) (156 Plants/ha)
9m x 9m (Rs.0.1217) (123 Plants/ha)
10m x 10m (Rs.0.099) (100 Plants/ha)
SUB TOTAL
b. Grapes
3m x 3m (Rs.0.30) (1110 Plants/ha)
5m x 5m (Rs.0.216) (400 Plants/ha)
SUB TOTAL
c. Pomegranate (Rs.0.18) (400 Plants/ha)
SUB TOTAL
d. Sapota
8m x 8m (Rs.0.1544) (156 Plants/ha)
9m x 9m (Rs.0.1217) (123 Plants/ha)
10m x 10m (Rs.0.099) (100 Plants/ha)
SUB TOTAL
e. Citrus Group (Sweet Orange, Coorg Mandarin, Lime,
etc) - 6m x 6m (Rs.0.15) (278 Plants/ha)
f. Fig 5m x 5m (Rs.0.18) (400 Plants/ha)
g. Guava 6m x 6m (Rs.0.09/ha)
SUB TOTAL (e., f. & g.)
TOTAL - Fruits Perennials AEP
STATE TOTAL
REVISED ACTION PLAN
(2011-12)
PROPOSED TARGET
(2012-13)
PHY.
4
FIN.
5
PHY.
6
FIN.
7
2943
1510
660
5113
557
165
722
388
388
523
299
337
1159
454.39
194.55
65.34
714.27
167.10
28.90
196.00
69.98
69.98
72.47
38.54
32.10
143.11
3015
745
805
4565
400
275
675
423
423
380
160
270
810
465.52
90.67
79.70
635.88
120.00
59.40
179.40
76.05
76.05
58.67
19.47
26.73
104.87
Ha
1393
204.71
810
121.50
Ha
Ha
25
4.50
1418
8800
209.21
1332.57
25
50
885
7358
4.50
4.50
130.50
1126.70
Ha
Ha
Ha
Ha
Ha
Ha
Ha
Ha
Ha
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STATE TOTAL
SL
No.
1
COMPONENT
2
2) I - Year Maintenance Fruits Perennials
a. Mango
8m x 8m (Rs.0.0515/ha)
9m x 9m (Rs.0.0406/ha)
10m x 10m (Rs.0.033/ha)
SUB TOTAL
b. Grapes 3m x 3m (Rs.0.10/ha)
5m x 5m (Rs.0.072/ha)
SUB TOTAL
c. Pomegranate (Rs.0.06/ha)
SUB TOTAL
d. Sapota 8m x 8m (Rs.0.0515/ha)
9m x 9m (Rs.0.0406/ha)
10m x 10m (Rs.0.033/ha)
SUB TOTAL
e. Citrus Group (Sweet Orange, Coorg Mandarin,
Lime, etc) (Rs.0.05/ha)
f. Fig 5m x 5m (Rs.0.06/ha)
SUB TOTAL (e. & f.)
TOTAL - 1st year Maint. Fruits Perennials
UNIT
(HA/
NO)
REVISED ACTION PLAN
(2011-12)
PROPOSED TARGET
(2012-13)
PHY.
4
FIN.
5
PHY.
6
FIN.
7
4303
965
1500
6768
762
134
896
334
334
580
89
213
882
221.51
41.47
49.49
312.47
76.20
7.83
84.03
20.04
20.04
29.92
3.82
7.00
40.74
2943
1510
660
5113
557
165
722
388
388
523
299
337
1159
151.56
61.31
21.78
234.65
55.70
11.88
67.58
23.28
23.28
26.93
12.14
11.12
50.19
Ha
420
21.00
1393
69.65
Ha
25
445
9326
1.50
22.50
479.77
25
1418
8800
1.50
71.15
446.86
3
Ha
Ha
Ha
Ha
Ha
Ha
Ha
Ha
Ha
KSHMA
STATE TOTAL
SL
No.
COMPONENT
1
2
UNIT
(HA/
NO)
REVISED ACTION PLAN
(2011-12)
PROPOSED TARGET
(2012-13)
PHY.
FIN.
PHY.
FIN.
3
4
5
6
7
Ha
Ha
Ha
8975
605.88
8975
990
605.88
66.76
990
574
574
1864
66.76
38.68
38.68
125.83
1864
125.83
5077
859
709
6644
885
12
897
334
334
772
62
44
878
261.48
34.86
23.38
319.72
88.50
0.86
89.36
20.02
20.02
39.74
2.52
1.45
43.71
Ha
1009
68.11
388
19.38
Ha
23
1032
13434
1.55
69.66
906.81
25
413
9165
1.50
20.88
493.70
31560
2719.15
25323
2067.25
3) II - Year Maintenance Fruits Perennials
a. Mango
8m x 8m (Rs.0.0515/ha)
9m x 9m (Rs.0.0406/ha)
10m x 10m (Rs.0.033/ha)
SUB TOTAL
b. Grapes 3m x 3m (Rs.0.10/ha)
5m x 5m (Rs.0.072/ha)
SUB TOTAL
c. Pomegranate (Rs.0.06/ha)
SUB TOTAL
d. Sapota 8m x 8m (Rs.0.0515/ha)
9m x 9m (Rs.0.0406)
10m x 10m (Rs.0.033)
SUB TOTAL
e. Citrus Group (Sweet Orange, Coorg Mandarin,
Lime, etc) (Rs.0.05)
f. Fig 5m x 5m (Rs.0.06)
SUB TOTAL (e. & f.)
TOTAL - 2nd year Maint. Fruits Perennials
TOTAL - Fruits Perennials AEP, 1st & 2nd year
Maint.
Ha
Ha
Ha
KSHMA
SL
No.
COMPONENT
UNIT
(HA/
NO)
1
2
3
Fruits - Non Perennials (New AEP) (75 : 25)
a. Banana (TC) 1.8m x 1.8m (Rs.0.312) (3086)
2m x 2m (Rs.0.25275) (2500)
b. Banana (Suckers) (Rs.0.16875) (2500)
c. Banana Inter Crop in Arecanut Gardens (Rs.0.16875)
(2500)
SUB TOTAL - Banana
d. Pineapple (Suckers) (Rs.0.24375) (3086)
e. Papaya (Rs.0.225)
SUB TOTAL (d. & e.)
TOTAL - Non Perennials AEP
5) I - Year Maintenance Non Perennials (75 : 25)
a. Banana (TC) - 1.8m x 1.8m (Rs.0.104)
2m x 2m (Rs.0.08425)
Banana (Suckers) (Rs.0.05625)
Banana Inter Crop in Arecanut Gardens (Rs.0.05625)
SUB TOTAL - Banana
b. Pineapple (Rs.0.08125)
c. Papaya (Rs.0.075)
SUB TOTAL (b. & c.)
TOTAL - 1st year Maint.
TOTAL - Non Perennials AEP and Maint.
STATE TOTAL
REVISED ACTION PLAN
(2011-12)
PHY.
FIN.
4
5
PROPOSED TARGET
(2012-13)
PHY.
FIN.
6
7
4)
Ha
Ha
1757
392
1123
548.21
98.64
189.51
1991
465
1167
621.19
117.53
196.95
Ha
154
26.26
15
2.53
3426
140
773
913
4339
862.61
34.13
173.94
208.06
1070.67
3638
250
830
1080
4718
938.20
60.94
186.75
247.69
1185.89
2313
196
599
240.56
16.51
33.70
3108
337
295
632
3740
8079
290.77
27.36
22.13
49.49
340.26
1410.93
1757
392
1123
154
3426
140
773
913
4339
9057
182.73
33.03
63.17
8.66
287.59
11.38
57.98
69.35
356.94
1542.82
Ha
Ha
Ha
Ha
Ha
Ha
Ha
KSHMA
STATE TOTAL
SL
No.
COMPONENT
REVISED ACTION PLAN
(2011-12)
PROPOSED TARGET
(2012-13)
PHY.
FIN.
PHY.
FIN.
3
4
5
6
7
(i) SMF (Rs.0.35)
Ha
108
37.80
76
26.67
(ii) Others (Rs.0.231)
Ha
168
38.72
147
33.93
276
76.52
223
60.60
1
III
UNIT
(HA/
NO)
2
Area Expansion of Flowers
(a) Cut flowers
SUB TOTAL
(b) Bulbulous flowers
(i) SMF (Rs.0.45)
Ha
168
75.60
166
74.52
(ii) Others (Rs.0.297)
Ha
220
65.34
216
64.15
388
140.94
382
138.67
SUB TOTAL
(c) Loose Flowers
(i) SMF (Rs.0.12)
Ha
675
81.00
448
53.78
(ii) Others (Rs.0.0792)
Ha
1025
81.18
603
47.76
SUB TOTAL
1700
162.18
1051
101.54
TOTAL - AEP Flowers
2364
379.64
1656
300.81
KSHMA
SL
No.
COMPONENT
UNIT
(HA/
NO)
1
2
3
IV)
STATE TOTAL
REVISED ACTION PLAN
(2011-12)
FIN.
5
PHY.
6
FIN.
7
185
185
23.13
23.13
70
60
130
8.75
7.50
16.25
777
315
50
30
40
75
110
1397
1582
155.40
63.00
10.00
6.00
8.00
15.00
22.00
279.40
302.53
1182
100
236.40
20.00
100
25
125
25
1557
1687
20.00
5.00
25.00
5.00
311.40
327.65
Ha
5
1.88
Ha
50
55
6.25
8.13
40
40
5.00
5.00
Area Expansion of Seed Spices and Rhizomatic Spices
(Rs.0.125)
a.) Rhizomatic Spices - i) Ginger
ii) Turmeric
Ha
SUB TOTAL
PHY.
4
PROPOSED TARGET
(2012-13)
b. Area Expansion of Perennial spices (Rs.0.20)
V
i. Pepper
ii. Pepper Inter Crop in Arecanut Gardens
i. Cinnamon
ii. Clove
iii. Clove in Areca Gardens
iv. Nutmeg
v. Nutmeg Inter Crop in Arecanut Gardens
SUB TOTAL
TOTAL - Spices
Aromatic Plants
(a) Cost intensive aromatic plants (Patchouli, Gerenium
& Rosemary)
(b) Other aromatic plants (Rs.0.125)
TOTAL - Aromatic Plants
Ha
Ha
Ha
Ha
Ha
KSHMA
STATE TOTAL
SL
No.
COMPONENT
REVISED ACTION PLAN
(2011-12)
PROPOSED TARGET
(2012-13)
PHY.
FIN.
PHY.
FIN.
3
4
5
6
7
a. Cashew
Ha
1025
123.00
460
55.20
b. Cocoa
Ha
1215
145.80
1400
168.00
535
64.20
150
18.00
2775
333.00
2010
241.20
1
VI
UNIT
(HA/
NO)
2
1)
Plantation crops 60:20:20 (Rs.0.12)
c. Cocoa Inter Crop in Arecanut Gardens
SUB TOTAL
2) I - Year Maintenance 60:20:20 (Rs.0.04)
a. Cashew
Ha
637
25.48
1025
41.00
b. Cocoa
Ha
839
33.56
1215
48.60
535
21.40
c. Cocoa Inter Crop in Arecanut Gardens
SUB TOTAL 1st Year Maint.
1476
59.04
2775
111.00
3) II - Year Maintenance - (Rs.0.04)
a. Cashew
Ha
718
24.23
640
25.58
b. Cocoa
Ha
800
27.00
822
32.88
SUB TOTAL 2nd Year Maint.
1518
51.23
1462
58.46
TOTAL of Plantation crops AEP, 1st & 2nd Year Maint.
5769
443.27
6247
410.66
KSHMA
STATE TOTAL
SL
No.
COMPONENT
PROPOSED TARGET
(2012-13)
FIN.
PHY.
FIN.
3
4
5
6
7
a. Mango
Ha
1645
246.75
2745
411.75
b. Citrus Group (Lime, Coorg Mandarin, Orange, etc)
Ha
235
35.25
873
130.95
c. Cashew
Ha
155
23.25
100
15.00
d. Pepper
Ha
772
115.75
1025
153.75
e. Areca Nut (YLD)
Ha
2483
372.45
5290
793.45
4743
711.45
18
72.00
2
Rejuvenation/ replacement (Rs.0.15)
TOTAL - Rejuvenation
4
REVISED ACTION PLAN
(2011-12)
PHY.
1
3
UNIT
(HA/
NO)
Creation of Water resources
(a) Community tank (Rs.4.00)
(b) Water harvesting system for individuals- for
storage of water in 20 x 20 x 3 m ponds /wells
(Rs.0.60)
TOTAL - Water resources
Nos
535
322.20
392
235.20
535
322.20
410
307.20
KSHMA
STATE TOTAL
SL
No.
COMPONENT
1
5
2
UNIT
(HA/
NO)
3
REVISED ACTION PLAN
(2011-12)
PHY.
4
FIN.
5
PROPOSED TARGET
(2012-13)
PHY.
6
FIN.
7
0.50
36.63
Protected cultivation
1. Green House structure
(a) Fan & Pad system 1000 Sqm (Rs.73.25 per ha.)
Ha
(b) Naturally ventilated system
(i) Tubular structure 1000 Sqm (Rs.46.75 per ha.)
(ii) Wooden / Granite structure 500 Sqm (Rs.25.75 per
ha.)
SUB TOTAL
Ha
17.00
794.75
24.31
1136.48
Ha
5.50
141.59
7.70
198.28
22.50
936.34
32.51
1371.38
2. Plastic Mulching 2 Ha / beneficiary (Rs.0.10)
Ha
414.00
41.40
715.00
71.50
414.00
41.40
715.00
71.50
Ha
5.00
150.00
6.20
186.00
Ha
5.15
106.42
9.80
200.90
Ha
0.36
5.38
10.51
261.80
16.00
386.90
100.00
100.00
290.00
290.00
SUB TOTAL
100.00
100.00
290.00
290.00
TOTAL - Protected Cultivation
547.01
1339.54
1053.51
2119.78
SUB TOTAL
3. Shade Net House
(i ) Tubular structure 1000 Sqm (Rs.30.00 per ha.)
(ii) Wooden / Granite structure 200 Sqm (Rs.20.50 per
ha.)
(iii) Bamboo structure 200 Sqm (Rs.15.00 per ha.)
SUB TOTAL
4. Anti Bird/Anti Hail Nets 5000 Sq.m (Rs.1.00 per ha.)
Ha
KSHMA
STATE TOTAL
SL
No.
1
7
8
COMPONENT
2
Promotion INM / IPM
(a) Promotion of IPM (Rs.0.01 per ha.)
(b) Promotion of INM (Rs.0.01 per ha.)
SUB TOTAL
Bio-Control lab - Private Sector
Plant Health Clinic - Public Sector
Leaf/Tissue analysys lab - Public Sector
SUB TOTAL
TOTAL - INM / IPM & Labs
Organic Farming
Adoption of Organic Conversion - 3rd year (Rs.0.03)
Adoption of Organic Certification - 3rd year (Rs.0.04)
Adoption of Organic Conversion - 1st year (Rs.0.04)
Adoption of Organic Certification - 1st year (Rs.0.03)
SUB TOTAL
(iii) Vermi Compost Units (Rs.0.30 per ha.)
(iv) Bio Digester Unit (Rs.0.30 per ha.)
SUB TOTAL
TOTAL - Organic Farming
UNIT
(HA/
NO)
3
Ha
Ha
REVISED ACTION PLAN
(2011-12)
PHY.
4
FIN.
5
PHY.
6
FIN.
7
28720
21280
50000
2
287.20
212.80
500.00
45.00
2
50002
45.00
545.00
24450
20550
45000
1
1
1
3
45003
244.50
205.50
450.00
50.00
20.00
20.00
90.00
540.00
8609
8609
258.27
344.36
400
400
800
805
1159
1964
2764
16.00
12.00
28.00
241.50
347.70
589.20
617.20
Nos
Nos
Ha
Ha
Nos
Nos
PROPOSED TARGET
(2012-13)
17218
550
500
1050
18268
602.63
165.00
150.00
315.00
917.63
KSHMA
STATE TOTAL
SL
No.
1
10
COMPONENT
UNIT
(HA/
NO)
3
FIN.
5
PHY.
6
FIN.
7
Pollination support through beekeeping
(a) Honey bee colony (50 colonies / beneficiary)
(Rs.0.007)
(b) Hives (50 colonies / beneficiary) (Rs.0.008)
Nos
4760
33.32
4460
31.22
Nos
4785
38.28
4575
36.60
(c) Equipment including honey extractor (4 frame), food
grade container (30 kg), net, etc. (1 set / beneficiary)
(Rs.0.07)
Nos
55
3.85
44
3.08
1
2.00
9601
77.45
9079
70.90
Nos
49
29.40
132
39.60
Nos
150
225.00
500
375.00
199
254.40
632
414.60
9
36.00
5
20.00
9
36.00
5
20.00
2
TOTAL - Pollination Support
12
PROPOSED TARGET
(2012-13)
PHY.
4
(d) Production of Nuclear stock - Public
11
REVISED ACTION PLAN
(2011-12)
Horticulture Mechanization
(a) Power Machines (upto 20 BHP) with rotavator /
equipment) (1 set / beneficiary) (Rs.0.30)
(b) Power machines (20 HP & above) including
accessories/ equipments (1 set / beneficiary) (Rs.0.75)
TOTAL - Mechanization
(a) Technology Dissemination through demonstration/
Front Line Demonstration (FLD) (75% cost in farmers
field) (Project Based) (Rs.4.00 / FLD) - Public
TOTAL - FLD
Nos
KSHMA
SL
No.
COMPONENT
UNIT
(HA/
NO)
1
2
3
13
Human Resource Development (HRD)
(a) Training of farmers
(i) Within the District (Rs.0.004 per day)
SUB TOTAL
(b) Exposure visit of farmers
(i) Within the State (Rs.0.006 X 5 days = Rs.0.03)
(ii) Outside the State (Rs.0.0065 X 5 days =
Rs.0.0325)
(iii) Outside India (project based) (Rs.3.00 lks. per
farmer)
SUB TOTAL
(c) Training / study tour of technical staff/ field
functionaries
(i) Within the State (Rs.0.002 X 5 days = Rs.0.01)
(ii) Study tour to progressive States/units (group of
minimum 5 participants) (Rs.0.0065 X 5 days =
Rs.0.0325)
(iii) Outside India (100% of the cost on actual basis)
(Rs.5.00 lks. per farmer)
(iv) HRD for Supervisors / Gardners (Spill over work)
SUB TOTAL
TOTAL - HRD
STATE TOTAL
REVISED ACTION PLAN
(2011-12)
PROPOSED TARGET
(2012-13)
PHY.
4
FIN.
5
PHY.
6
FIN.
7
Nos
12613
12613
50.45
50.45
10440
10440
41.76
41.76
Nos
2302
34.53
3060
91.80
Nos
2389
71.67
1530
49.73
Nos
50.00
100.00
4691
156.20
4590
241.53
Nos
65
0.65
70
0.70
Nos
150
4.88
253
8.22
Nos
40.00
1
216
17520
15.00
60.53
267.18
100.00
323
15353
108.92
392.21
KSHMA
STATE TOTAL
SL
No.
COMPONENT
1
2
C
UNIT
(HA/
NO)
3
REVISED ACTION PLAN
(2011-12)
PROPOSED TARGET
(2012-13)
PHY.
FIN.
PHY.
FIN.
4
5
6
7
361
541.50
702
1053.00
1
6.00
INTEGRATED PHM
1. Pack house/ On farm collection & storage unit (unit
Nos
of the size of 9 x 6m) (Rs.1.50 lks)
2. Pre-cooling unit (as a Credit Linked Back Ended
[email protected] 40% of the cost of project)
Nos
3. Refer vans/ containers (Rs.9.60)
Nos
5
10.00
3
28.80
4. Primary / Mobile/ processing unit (Rs.9.60)
Nos
112
447.84
144
1382.40
5. Ripening chamber
Nos
3
205.64
2
19.20
6. Cold Storage
Nos
1
118.40
3
186.50
7. Low cost onion storage structure (25 MT) (50%)
(Rs.0.50)
Nos
100
50.00
229
114.50
582
1373.38
1084
2790.40
TOTAL - PHM
KSHMA
SL
No.
COMPONENT
UNIT
(HA/
NO)
1
2
3
D
ESTABLISHMENT OF MARKETING INFRASTRUCTURE FOR
HORTICULTURAL PRODUCE
1. Wholesale markets (as Credit linked back ended)
Nos
2. Retail Markets / outlets (environmentally controlled) (as
Nos
Credit linked back ended @ 40%) (Rs.4.00)
3. Static/Mobile Vending Cart/platform with cool chamber
Nos
(@ 50%) (Rs.0.15)
STATE TOTAL
REVISED ACTION PLAN
(2011-12)
PHY.
FIN.
4
5
1
50
102.50
7.50
4.Functional Infrastructure: for collection, sorting, grading,
Nos
packing etc (as Credit linked back ended @ 40%) (Rs.6.00)
E
F
G
TOTAL - Marketing
Mission Management
Mission Management (Seminors, Conferences, Workshops,
Exhibitions, Kissan Mela, Horticulture Shows etc.)
TOTAL
Innovative Components: 1 Spill Over Works
2 Conservation, Propogation & Maintiance of Anthurium
House at Lalbagh, Bangalore
TOTAL
GRAND TOTAL
PROPOSED TARGET
(2012-13)
PHY.
FIN.
6
7
2
40.00
5
20.00
31
4.65
2
12.00
40
76.65
724.70
51
110.00
562.99
15
43.75
55.00
15
2
606.74
23.00
2
779.70
75.10
1
250.00
2
23.00
3
325.10
152265
12500.00
124476
14500.00
KSHMA
KARNATAKA STATE HORTICULTURE MISSION AGENCY (R)
Component wise Details
KSHMA
STATE PROGRESS UP TO 20th March 2012 UNDER NHM FOR THE YEAR 2011-12
(Karnataka State)
(Rs. in lkahs)
STATE TOTAL
Sl No
UNIT
(HA/
NO)
COMPONENT
PROGRESS
(Upto FEB-12 )
PHY.
FIN.
PHY.
FIN.
3
4
5
8
9
Nos
2
2
50.00
50.00
2
2
50.00
50.00
* i) Model Nursery (4ha)
Nos
* ii) Small Nursery (1ha)
Nos
4
16
20
22
50.00
50.00
100.00
150.00
4
9
13
15
47.55
27.55
75.10
125.10
4
4
137.89
137.89
4
4
137.89
137.89
1
2
B
PLANTATION INFRASTRUCTURE & DEVELOPMENT
1
ANNUAL TARGET
Production of planting material
a) Public sector
* i) Model Nursery (4ha)
SUB TOTAL
b) Private Sector
SUB TOTAL
TOTAL
c) Setting up of new TC Units
* ii) Private Sector
Nos
TOTAL
KSHMA
d) Seed Production
* i) Public Sector
Ha
25
12.50
25
12.50
* ii) Private Sector
Ha
180
45.00
180
45.00
205
57.50
205
57.50
2
10.00
2
10.00
2
10.00
2
10.00
1
192.94
1
192.94
1
22.05
1
22.05
2
214.99
2
214.99
TOTAL
e)
Import of planting material for trial &
demonstration purpose
* i) Public Sector (State Dept.)
Nos
* ii) Private Sector (Grower Section)
Nos
TOTAL
f) Seed infrastructure
* i) Public Sector
Nos
ii) Private Sector
TOTAL
KSHMA
2
I
1)
Establishment of new gardens (Area
expansion)
Fruits - New Area Expansion
a. Mango
8m x 8m
Ha
2943
454.39
2943
454.39
9m x 9m
1510
194.55
1510
194.55
10m x 10m
660
65.34
660
65.34
5113
714.27
5113
714.27
557
167.10
557
167.10
165
28.90
165
28.90
722
196.00
722
196.00
388
69.98
388
69.98
388
69.98
388
69.98
523
72.47
523
72.47
9m x 9m
299
38.54
299
38.54
10m x 10m
337
32.10
337
32.10
1159
143.11
1159
143.11
1393
204.71
1393
204.71
1393
204.71
1393
204.71
25
4.50
25
4.50
25
4.50
25
4.50
8800
1332.57
8800
1332.57
SUB TOTAL
b. Grapes
3m x 3m
Ha
5m x 5m
SUB TOTAL
c. Pomegranate
Ha
SUB TOTAL
d. Sapota
8m x 8m
Ha
SUB TOTAL
e. Citrus Group (Sweet Orange, Coorg
Mandarin, Lime, etc) - 6m x 6m
SUB TOTAL
Fig 5m x 5m
SUB TOTAL
TOTAL
Ha
KSHMA
2)
a. Mango
I - Year Maintenance
8m x 8m
9m x 9m
10m x 10m
Ha
4303
965
1500
6768
762
134
896
334
334
580
89
213
882
420
420
25
25
9326
221.51
41.47
49.49
312.47
76.20
7.83
84.03
20.04
20.04
29.92
3.82
7.00
40.74
21.00
21.00
1.50
1.50
479.77
4342
1002
1183
6526
748
134
883
323
323
568
82
195
845
358
358
15
15
8950
223.37
43.48
38.94
305.79
74.84
7.83
82.67
19.40
19.40
29.23
3.52
6.15
38.90
17.91
17.91
0.90
0.90
465.58
Ha
Ha
Ha
Ha
8975
990
574
1864
605.88
66.76
38.68
125.83
8850
980
687
1800
597.38
66.15
46.35
121.50
e. Citrus Group (Sweet Orange, Coorg Mandarin, Lime, etc)
Ha
1009
68.11
969
65.40
f. Fig
Ha
23
13434
22760
1.55
906.81
1386.58
23
13309
22258
1.55
898.32
1363.90
SUB TOTAL
b. Grapes
3m x 3m
Ha
5m x 5m
SUB TOTAL
c. Pomegranate- 5m x 5m
Ha
SUB TOTAL
d. Sapota
8m x 8m
Ha
9m x 9m
10m x 10m
SUB TOTAL
e. Citrus Group (Sweet Orange, Coorg Mandarin, Lime, etc)
SUB TOTAL 6m x 6m
Fig
SUB TOTAL 5m x 5m
1st year Maint
II - Year Maintenance (50 : 20 : 30) as per old rates of 20093)
10 subsidy @ 75%
a. Mango
b. Grapes
c. Pomegranate
d. Sapota
2nd year Maint
TOTAL 1st & 2nd year
Ha
KSHMA
4)
ii) Fruits - Non Perennials (New AEP)
(75 : 25)
a. Banana (TC)
1.8m x 1.8m
Ha
2m x 2m
1757
548.21
1725
538.20
392
98.64
392
98.64
b. Banana (Suckers)
Ha
1123
189.51
1120
189.00
c. Banana Inter Crop in Arecanut Gardens
Ha
154
26.26
154
26.26
3426
862.61
3391
852.10
Banana -
SUB TOTAL
a. Pineapple (Suckers)
Ha
140
34.13
140
34.13
b. Papaya
Ha
773
173.94
773
173.94
913
208.06
913
208.06
4339
1070.67
4304
1060.16
2313
240.56
2191
227.18
196
16.51
169
14.19
SUB TOTAL
TOTAL
I - Year Maintenance
(75 : 25)
5)
a. Banana (TC) -
1.8m x 1.8m
Ha
2m x 2m
b. Banana (Suckers)
Ha
599
33.70
510
29.65
c. Pineapple
Ha
337
27.36
310
25.02
d. Papaya
Ha
295
22.13
282
21.18
3740
340.26
3463
317.21
TOTAL
KSHMA
III
Area Expansion of Flowers
(a) Cut flowers
(i) SMF
Ha
108
37.80
108
37.80
(ii) Others
Ha
168
38.72
168
38.72
276
76.52
276
76.52
SUB TOTAL
(b) Bulbulous flowers
(i) SMF
Ha
168
75.60
168
75.60
(ii) Others
Ha
220
65.34
220
65.34
388
140.94
388
140.94
SUB TOTAL
(c) Loose Flowers
(i) SMF
Ha
675
81.00
675
81.00
(ii) Others
Ha
1025
81.18
1025
81.18
1700
162.18
1700
162.18
2364
379.64
2364
379.64
SUB TOTAL
TOTAL
KSHMA
IV)
a. Area Expansion of Seed Spices and
Rhizomatic Spices
Rhizomatic Spices - i.Turmeric
Ha
185
23.13
185
23.13
i. Pepper
Ha
777
155.40
777
155.40
ii. Pepper Inter Crop in Arecanut Gardens
Ha
315
63.00
315
63.00
i. Cinnamon
Ha
50
10.00
50
10.00
ii. Clove
Ha
30
6.00
30
6.00
40
8.00
40
8.00
75
15.00
75
15.00
110
22.00
110
22.00
1582
302.53
1582
302.53
b. Area Expansion of Perennial spices
iii. Clove in Areca Gardens
iv. Nutmeg
Ha
v. Nutmeg Inter Crop in Arecanut Gardens
TOTAL
V
Aromatic Plants
(a) Cost intensive aromatic plants (Patchouli,
Gerenium & Rosemary)
Ha
5
1.88
2
0.75
(b) Other aromatic plants
Ha
50
6.25
50
6.25
55
8.13
52
7.00
TOTAL
KSHMA
Plantation crops
60:20:20
VI 1)
a. Cashew
Ha
1025
123.00
1070
125.30
b. Cocoa
Ha
1215
145.80
1120
134.40
535
64.20
575
65.71
2775
333.00
2765
325.41
c. Cocoa Inter Crop in Arecanut Gardens
TOTAL
I - Year Maintenance
60:20:20
2)
a. Cashew
Ha
637
25.48
486
19.21
b. Cocoa
Ha
839
33.56
738
28.45
1476
59.04
1224
47.66
TOTAL
3)
II - Year Maintenance - as per old norms
a. Cashew
Ha
718
24.23
398
13.82
b. Cocoa
Ha
800
27.00
574
21.16
1518
51.23
972
34.98
TOTAL
KSHMA
3
4
Rejuvenation/ replacement
a. Mango
Ha
1645
246.75
1803
266.32
b. Citrus Group (Lime, Coorg Mandarin, Orange,
etc)
Ha
235
35.25
218
32.66
c. Cashew
Ha
155
23.25
64
9.53
d. Pepper
Ha
772
115.75
670
90.25
e. Areca Nut (YLD)
Ha
2483
372.45
2200
330.00
TOTAL
5290
793.45
4954
728.76
Total AEP
25205
4219.99
24821
4136.07
535
322.20
492
295.20
535
322.20
492
295.20
Creation of Water resources
(b) Water harvesting system for individuals- for
storage of water in 20 x 20 x 3 m ponds /wells @
Rs.100/- cum (50% of the cost)
TOTAL
Nos
KSHMA
5
*
Protected cultivation
1. Green House structure
(a) Fan & Pad system 1000 Sqm
Ha
(b) Naturally ventilated system
(i) Tubular structure 1000 Sqm
Ha
17.00
794.75
18.50
845.00
(ii) Wooden / Granite structure 500 Sqm
Ha
5.50
141.59
5.50
125.00
2. Plastic Mulching 2 Ha / beneficiary
Ha
414.00
41.40
414.00
41.40
(i ) Tubular structure 1000 Sqm
Ha
5.00
150.00
7.48
135.00
(ii) Wooden / Granite structure 200 Sqm
Ha
5.15
106.42
18.83
92.00
(iii) Bamboo structure 200 Sqm
Ha
0.36
5.38
0.41
4.94
4. Anti Bird/Anti Hail Nets 5000 Sq.m
Ha
100.00
100.00
65.00
75.00
547.01
1339.54
529.72
1318.34
3. Shade Net House
TOTAL
KSHMA
7
Promotion INM / IPM
(ii) (a) Promotion of IPM
Ha
28720
287.20
28097
282.53
(iii) (b) Promotion of INM
Ha
21280
212.80
19200
192.00
50000
500.00
47297
474.53
2
45.00
1
37.00
2
45.00
1
37.00
50002
545.00
47298
511.53
SUB TOTAL
Diseases Forecosting Unit
- Private Sector
Bio-Control lab - Private Sector
Nos
Nos
SUB TOTAL
TOTAL
8
Organic Farming
Adoption of Organic Farming 3rd year
Ha
8609
258.27
7874
225.00
Organic Certification - 3rd year
Ha
8609
344.36
6374
295.00
(iii) Vermi compost Units
Nos
550
165.00
550
165.00
(iv) Bio digester unit
Nos
500
150.00
500
150.00
18268
917.63
15298
835.00
TOTAL
KSHMA
10
Pollination support through beekeeping
(c) Honey bee colony (50 colonies / beneficiary)
Nos
4760
33.32
4200
28.32
(d) Hives (50 colonies / beneficiary)
Nos
4785
38.28
2468
34.28
Nos
55
3.85
50
3.50
1
2.00
1
2.00
9601
77.45
6719
68.10
(e) Equipment including honey extractor (4 frame),
food grade container (30 kg), net, etc. (1 set /
beneficiary)
Production of Nuclear stock - Public
TOTAL
11
Horticulture Mechanization
(a) Power Machines (upto 20 BHP) with rotavator /
equipment) (1 set / beneficiary)
Nos
49
29.40
49
29.40
(b) Power machines (20 HP & above) including
accessories/ equipments (1 set / beneficiary)
Nos
150
225.00
150
225.00
199
254.40
199
254.40
9
36.00
7
28.00
9
36.00
7
28.00
TOTAL
12
(a) Technology Dissemination through
* demonstration/ Front Line Demonstration (FLD)
Nos
(Public) (75% cost in farmers field) (Project Based)
(b) Technology Dissemination through
* demonstration/ Front Line Demonstration (FLD)
(Private) (Project Based)
TOTAL
Nos
KSHMA
13
Human Resource Development (HRD)
(i) Within the District (1 day)
Nos
12613
50.45
11982
47.93
(i) Within the State (5 days)
Nos
2302
34.53
2187
32.80
(ii) Outside the State (5 days)
Nos
2389
71.67
2270
68.09
(iii) Outside India (project based)
Nos
(d) Exposure visit of farmers
50.00
62.65
(e) Training / study tour of technical staff/ field
functionaries
(i) Within the State
Nos
65
0.65
3
0.13
(ii) Study tour to progressive States/units (group of
minimum 5 participants)
Nos
150
4.88
110
3.86
(iii) Outside India (100% of the cost on actual basis)
Nos
iv) HRD for Supervisors / Gardners
40.00
1
(f) Publicity propoganda
TOTAL
17520
24.16
15.00
2
35.00
20.00
1
19.21
287.18
16555
293.83
KSHMA
C
INTEGRATED PHM
1. Pack house/ On farm collection & storage unit
(unit of the size of 9 x 6m)
Nos
361
541.50
352
535.00
2. Refer vans/ containers
Nos
5
10.00
5
8.37
3. Primary / Mobile/ processing unit
Nos
112
447.84
121
425.52
4.. Ripening chamber
Nos
3
205.64
3
205.64
5. Cold Storage
Nos
1
118.40
1
117.30
6.. Low cost onion storage structure (25 MT)
(50%)
Nos
100
50.00
80
40.00
582
1373.38
562
1331.83
TOTAL
KSHMA
ESTABLISHMENT OF MARKETING
INFRASTRUCTURE FOR HORTICULTURAL
PRODUCE
D
*
1. Wholesale markets (as Credit linked back
ended)
Nos
1
102.50
1
102.50
*
2. Static/Mobile Vending Cart/platform with cool
chamber (@ 50%)
Nos
50
7.50
20
1.60
51
110.00
21
104.10
2
23.00
2
23.00
TOTAL
E
Special Intervention for Mitigation of BBD for
Pomogranate
F
Mission Management
G
Mission Management (Sanction given for
publicity, seminors etc.
Nos
(Districts )
562.99
550.00
15
23.75
15
23.75
SUB TOTAL (F & G)
15.00
586.74
15.00
573.75
GRAND TOTAL
152265
12500.00
140665
12082.37
KSHMA

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