Punjab

Report
FOURTEENTH MEETING OF NFSMEC
KRISHI BHAWAN, NEW DELHI
ON
18TH NOVEMBER 2014
Presented by:H.S. BHATTI
MISSION DIRECTOR, NFSM, PUNJAB
Department of Agriculture, Punjab
Mohali
PUNJAB: AN OVERVIEW
Area (geographical) : 50.33 Lac ha
(1.5 % of the country)
Net sown area: 41.58 lac ha
(84% of the total area of State)
Total Irrigated area: 40.86 lac ha (98.8%)
Tubewell irrigated: 29.70 lac ha (73%)
(through 13.93 lakh tubewells)
Canal irrigated : 11.16 lac ha (27%)
Total cropped area: 79.02 lac ha
Cropping intensity: 191 %
Quarterly Progress Report for NFSM (Wheat) Punjab-2014-15
Date:- 15.11.2014
(Rs. In Lakhs)
Sl. No.
Interventions
Approved Rate of
Assistance
Unit
Targets approved by GoI
Physical
Financial
Achievement
Physical
Financial
1
Demonstration on Improved Technologies
1
a) Cluster Demonstration (100 ha each)
Rs. 7500/-per ha.
ha.
15000
1125.00
10500
229.00
b) *Cropping System Based Demon.
Rs 12500/- per ha.
ha.
5000
600.00
4500
300.89
2
SubTotal a+b
Distribution of Certified Seeds of improved varieties.
Rs. 1000/-per qtl.
qtl.
175000
1725.00
1750.00
150000
529.89
0.00
3
Need based Plant/Soil Management
ha.
ha.
ha.
35000
8500
50000
175.00
63.75
250.00
488.75
0
0
0
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
4
a) Micronutrients
Rs. 500/- per ha.
b) Gypsum
Rs. 750/- per ha.
c) P P Chemicals & Bio-agents
Rs. 500/- per ha.
Sub Total (a to C)
Resource Conservations Machineries/Energy Management
5
6
7
a) Rotavators/ Turbo Seeder
Rs. 35000 per machine
Nos.
500
175.00
0
0.00
b) Chiseller
Rs.8000 per machine
Nos.
500
40.00
0
0.00
c) Zero till drill
Rs.15000 per machine
Nos.
200
30.00
0
0.00
Nos.
175
245.00
24.50
0
0.00
0.00
75000
65
37.50
32.500
0
0
0.00
0.000
Sub Total (a &b)
Cropying System based trainings (Four Sessions i.e
Rs 3500/- Session
one before kharif. One each during kharif and rabi crops Rs 14000/- Training
an one other Rabi harvest)
Local initiatives
a) Leaf Color Chart
50% of cost
b)Straw Reaper
Rs.50000 per mach.
Sub Total (a &b)
Assistance for custom hiring
a) Zero Till Sowing
b) Sowing by Happy Seeder
c) Relay Cropping in Cotton
Sub Total (a-c)
TOTAL FINANCIAL (1-9)
No.
No.
70.00
Rs.1500per ha.
Rs.1500per ha.
Rs.1500per ha.
ha.
ha.
ha.
1000
1000
700
15.00
15.00
10.50
40.500
4343.75
0.00
0
0
0
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.000
529.89
Quarterly Progress Report for NFSM (Pulses) Punjab-2014-15
Sl.
No.
1
Interventions
Approved Rate of
Assistance
Targets
Unit
Physical
a) Cluster Demonstration (100 ha each)
Rs. 7500/-per ha.
ha.
b) Cropping System Based Demon.
Rs 12500/- per ha.
ha.
Financial
Distribution of Certified Seeds of improved varieties.
3
Integerated Pest Management (IPM)
0
0.00
80
10.00
0
0.00
55.00
Rs. 2500/-per qtl.
qtl.
a) Plant Protection Chemicals
Rs. 500/- per ha.
ha.
b) Weedicides
Rs. 500/- per ha.
ha.
5
6
8
0.00
6000
150.00
0
0.00
5000
25.00
0
0.00
8000
40.00
0
0.00
65.00
0.00
Resource Conservations Machineries/Energy Management
Rotavators/ Turbo Seeder
Rs. 35000 per machine
Nos.
100
35.00
0
0.00
Cropying System based trainings
a) Miscellaneous Expenses at District level
b) Misc. Expenses at District other than PMT Districts.*
Rs 14000/- Training
Rs 11 lakh per Distt.
Rs 1.70 lakh per Distt.
Nos.
No. of district
No. of district
44
11
11
6.16
121.00
18.70
0
0
0
0.00
0.00
0.00
c) Miscellaneous Expenses at New Districts.
Rs 1.00 lakh per Distt.
No. of district
5
5.00
0
0.00
d) Other Miscellaneous Expenses at State level
Rs 17 lakh per State.
No. of state
1
17.00
0
0.00
Total (a to d)
7
Financial
45.00
Sub Total (a to b)
4
Physical
600
Total a+b
2
Achievement
Local initiatives
a) Power weeder
b) Battery operator sprayers
Sub Total (a to b)
Assistance for custom hiring
a) Mechanical (Line) sowing of Pulses
b) Mechanical Threshing of Pulses
Sub Total (a-b)
TOTAL FINANCIAL (1-8)
161.70
Rs. 15000 per machine
Rs. 3000 per machine
Rs.1500per ha.
Rs.1500per ha.
0.00
Nos.
Nos.
400
3000
60.00
90.00
150.000
0
0
0.00
0.00
0.000
ha.
ha.
750
800
11.25
12.00
23.25
0
0
0.00
0.00
0.000
496.11
0.00
Quarterly Progress Report for NFSM (Maize) Punjab-2014-15
Sl.
No
.
Interventions
Approved Rate
of Assistance
Unit
Targets proposed
by state
Achievment
Physical Financial Physical Financial
1 Demonstration on
Improved Packages
Rs. 5000/-per
ha.
ha.
1820
91.00
1820
0.00
2 Distribution of Seeds
Rs. 5000/qtl
qtl.
520
26.00
520
0.00
TOTAL FINANCIAL
117.00
0.00
Funds allocated and released under NFSM during 2014-15
Rs. in lacs
Crop
Funds
Allocated by
GOI
Total
Funds released
funds released by
by
GOI
State Govt
NFSM-Wheat
4343.75
3250.75
529.89
NFSM-Pulses
512.30
332.53
207.15
NFSM-Coarse Cereals
117.00
87.75
0.0
NFSM-Sugar-cane
20.80
15.60
0.0
NFSM-Cotton
40.00
30.00
0.0
5033.85
3716.63
800.04
Total
Judicious application of nitrogenous fertilizer by using
Leaf Color Chart (LCC)
An amount of 35.50 lac allocated for distribution of 75000 LCC to the farmers
on 50% subsidy.
DISTRICT WISE TARGET OF AREA PRODUCTION AND YIELD OF SUMMER MOONG
Sr.
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
2013-2014
District
AMRITSAR
BARNALA
BATHINDA
F.G SAHIB
FARIDKOT
FEROZEPUR
FAZILKA
GURDASPUR
PATHANKOT
HOSHIARPUR
JALANDAR
KAPURTHALA
LUDHIANA
MANSA
MOGA
MOHALI
MUKTSAR
N. SHAHAR
PATIALA
ROPAR
SANGRUR
TARNTARAN
TOTAL
Area
Yield
(ha)
(kg/ha)
2515
2450
3535
2018
2025
4425
700
2245
300
2315
1823
1210
4763
3976
5506
2031
5089
2829
3061
1625
4579
4020
63240
830
1152
958
880
950
755
625
790
662
652
875
980
960
875
925
810
1020
680
905
753
1050
780
879
Target 2014-15
Prodn.
(mt)
2087
2822
3387
1776
1924
4020
2011
1509
1595
1186
4572
3479
5093
1645
5191
1924
2770
1224
4808
3136
56159
Area
Yield
(ha)
(kg/ha)
6000
5000
6000
3000
3000
5000
3000
3000
2000
3500
3500
3000
8000
5000
6000
4000
6000
4000
5000
4500
5500
6000
100000
850
1150
1000
900
950
800
800
800
800
750
900
950
950
900
900
850
1050
700
950
800
1050
800
900
Prodn.
(mt)
5100
5750
6000
2700
2850
4000
2400
2400
1600
2625
3150
2850
7600
4500
5400
3400
6300
2800
4750
3600
5775
4800
90350
LEARNING FROM IMPLIMENTATION OF COARSE CEREALS COMPONENT
•More districts should be included under maize crop, especially in traditional area.
•Specified machineries should be provided on subsidy.
•Co-operative machineries service centers should be developed in targeted area.
•Agencies should be designated for purchase of maize crop.
•High yielding varieties should be developed under public sector.
THANKS
THANKS

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