Telangana - National Food Security Mission

Report
Fourteenth Meeting of the National
Food Security Mission Executive
Committee (NFSMEC)
ON 18-11-2014
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE,
TELANGANA STATE
SEASON AND CROP REPORT
Sl.
No
1
2
Normal as
on date
Monsoon
South -West Monsoon
(June'14 to September'14)
North - East Monsoon
(1st Oct. to 12th Nov. 2014
Total Annual Rainfall
%
Deviation
Actual 2013 Actual 2014 compared
to Normal
as on date
Status
715.1
851.5
498.1
-30
Deficit
109.2
223.6
39.4
-64
Scanty
824.3
1075.1
537.5
-35
Deficit
RAINFALL STATUS – RABI 2014-15
Sl. No
Districts
No. of Districts
Status & Deviation
1
Nil
0
Excess (20% & above)
Normal (+19% to -19%)
2
Mahabubnagar
1
3
Adilabad, Nizamabad, Medak, Warangal,
Karimnagar, Hyderabad, Ranga Reddy,
Nalgonda and Khammam
Nil
9
4
5
Nil
•Kharif Rainfall
- 30%
Deficit (-20% to -59%)
0
Scanty (-60% to -99%)
0
No Rain (-100%)
Rabi deficit
-64%
2
CROP WISE NORMAL AREA, YIELD AND PRODUCTION
PROSPECTS DURING KHARIF 2014
S.No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Crop
Paddy (Planted)
Jowar
Bajra
Maize
Ragi
Millets
Redgram
Greengram
Blackgram
Other pulses
Total Pulses
Total Foodgrains
Groundnut
Sesamum
Castor
Sunflower
Soyabean
Total Oilseeds
Cotton
Chillies
Sugarcane
Total Cropped Area
*DES, Telangana

(First Advance Estimate)
Area (Lakh ha)
Normal
10.04
0.89
0.05
4.65
0.02
0.01
2.90
1.52
0.46
0.03
4.92
20.58
0.25
0.09
0.93
0.04
1.62
2.97
15.32
0.58
0.39
40.38
Actual
7.26
0.45
0.02
4.64
0.01
0.00
2.09
0.62
0.16
0.01
2.88
15.26
0.14
0.04
0.50
0.02
1.82
2.53
15.74
0.30
0.36
38.20
Yield (Kgs/ha)
Normal
Expected
3079
3321
1049
793
1008
462
3395
2600
1120
427
618
0
438
410
483
389
580
396
296
202
465
2430
1117
797
166
168
493
415
590
458
1515
831
1249
0
343
392
3070
2400
82615
54000
Production (LMTs)
Normal
Expected
30.91
24.11
0.93
0.36
0.05
0.01
15.79
12.06
0.02
0.00
0.01
0.00
1.27
0.86
0.73
0.24
0.27
0.06
0.01
0.00
2.29
1.16
50.01
37.71
0.28
0.11
0.01
0.01
0.46
0.21
0.02
0.01
2.45
1.52
3.71
1.85
30.91
36.30
1.78
0.72
32.22
19.44
The food grain production is expected to come down by
12.30 Lakh tones, mainly under Rice, Maize and Pulses.
3
CROP WISE AREA SOWN DURING RABI 2014-15
AS ON 12-11-2014
(Area in lakh hectares)
Sl.
NO
1
3
4
5
6
8
9
10
11
12
13
CROP
Rice
Jowar
Bajra
Maize
Ragi
Redgram
Bengalgram
Greengram
Blackgram
Horsegram
Other Pulses
Total Pulses
Total Foodgrains
Total Cropped Area
During
Current year % sown to
corresponding
period
Normal As on
As on
Season date
As on
As on
12/11/14 Season As on
12/11/12 12/11/13
date
6.50
0.61
0.09
1.52
0.00
0.05
1.08
0.15
0.17
0.03
0.12
1.61
10.41
13.09
0.01
0.46
0.00
0.35
0.00
0.05
1.09
0.07
0.06
0.01
0.05
1.33
2.17
4.05
0.01
0.45
0.00
0.22
0.00
0.01
1.12
0.03
0.04
0.00
0.02
1.22
1.89
3.59
0.00
0.16
0.00
0.26
0.00
0.02
0.76
0.04
0.04
0.01
0.00
0.87
1.31
2.95
0.00
0.18
0.00
0.26
0.00
0.01
0.37
0.07
0.04
0.00
0.02
0.50
0.94
2.08
0
29
0
17
18
13
34
44
22
5
17
31
9
16
• Only 50% of the normal area is sown as on 12.11.2014
0
38
0
74
48
14
34
101
58
18
38
38
43
51
4
NFSM IMPLEMENTATION
DURING 2014-15
5
NFSM RICE, PULSES AND COARSE CEREALS ARE UNDER
IMPLEMENTATION IN THE FOLLOWING DISTRICTS DURING 2014-15
S.No
Rice
Pulses
Coarse
Cereals
1
Rangareddy
Medak
2
Mahabub
nagar
Warangal
Nizamabad
3
Khammam
Medak
Mahabub
nagar
Warangal
Warangal
4
Adilabad
Mahabub
nagar
Nalgonda
Karimnagar
Khammam
Nizamabad
Karimnagar
Warangal
Adilabad
Adilabad
5
6
4
7
Khammam
8
Karimnagar
9
Adilabad
6
Commercial
crops (Cotton)
Mahabub
nagar
Nalgonda
Sugarcane
Medak
Mahabub
nagar
Nizamabad
3
6
 Under Rice Nalgonda and Medak are deleted from NFSM
 The NFSM Sugarcane crop programme is under implementation by
6
Commissioner Sugars, Telangana state.
PROGRESS MADE UNDER NFSM IMPLEMENTATION
UP TO OCTOBER 2014
Sl.
No
Crop
Annual
Allocation
Releases Achievement
% achieved
over Releases
1 Rice
2658.40 1712.00
904.77
53
2 Pulses
4569.29 1610.00
1631.28
101
3 Coarse Cereals
4 Cotton
5 Sugarcane
Total
6
Additional allotment
(Rabi /summer pulses)
Grand Total
716.74
502.00
396.25
79
76.04
0.00
75.00
98.63*
3.40
0.00
3.40
100*
8023.87 3824.00
3010.70
520.00
0.00
0.00
8543.87 3824.00
3010.70
79
0
79**
Further expenditure is in progress for payments to supplying
agencies viz: Seed Corporation, MARKFED and AGROS
* Percentage over Annual Allocation . **79% of the released amount is utilized
7
DISTRICT WISE ALLOTMENT/TARGETS FOR THE ADDITIONAL AREA
COVERAGE FOR INCREASING PULSES PRODUCTION
DURING RABI/SUMMER 2014-15 UNDER NFSM-PULSES
1
2
3
4
5
Mahabubnagar
Warangal
Khammam
Karimnagar
Adilabad
Total
200
2000
900
300
600
4000
15.00
150.00
67.50
22.50
45.00
300.00
75
250
200
75
100
700
7.50
25.00
20.00
7.50
10.00
70.00
Approved
rate of
assistance
0
200000
150000
150000
100000
600000
Total Financial
Compo
nent
Rs. 25/- per meter or 50 %
of the cost whichever
is less with maximum
limit of 600 meters and
costing Rs. 15000/-
Rs. 10000/- per ha
or 50% of the cost
whichever is less
Sprinkler sets
District
Rs. 7500/- per ha
Sl.
No
Cluster demonstration
(of 100 ha each)
(Green gram)
Compo
nent
Approved
Approved
rate of Compone
rate of
assistanc
nt
assistance
e
Pipe for carrying water
Physical (in Ha) / Financial (in Lakhs)
0.00 22.50
50.00 225.00
37.50 125.00
37.50 67.50
25.00 80.00
150.00 520.00
UPLOADING OF NFSM DATA COMPLETED - 100%
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MAJOR INITIATIVES IN 2014-15
1) Seed Rolling Plan prepared
-
Less than (10) years varieties
-
VRR plan prepared
2) Crop Diversification Plan
3) Soil Health Cards
4) Enhanced allocation in Micro Irrigation
5) Enhanced allocation in Farm Mechanization
6) Agro –Climatic zones and Farming situations
7) Market support
8) Fodder Security
9) Capacity building of young farmers for retention in
Agriculture
9
SEED ROLLING PLAN
BREEDER SEED PRODUCTION PLAN OF PJTSA UNIVERSITY
(Qty in Qtls)
Sl.
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Crop
2015-16
2016-17
2017-18
2018-19
Paddy
Groundnut
Soybean
Bengal gram
Red gram
Green gram
Black gram
Maize
i Female
ii Male
9
Jowar
10 Bajra
11 Ragi
12 Castor
210.00
6718.75
600.00
220.00
3.00
10.00
5.00
220.00
7093.75
800.00
250.00
4.00
10.00
5.00
220.00
7468.75
800.00
250.00
4.00
10.00
5.00
230.00
7812.50
800.00
250.00
4.00
10.00
5.00
3.00
1.00
3.00
0.50
0.50
0.10
6.00
2.00
3.00
0.50
0.50
0.10
6.00
2.00
3.50
0.50
0.50
0.20
6.00
2.00
3.50
0.50
0.50
0.20
Total
7774.85
8394.85
8770.45
9124.20
Agency wise Foundation & Certified seed production plan also prepared 10
SEED ROLLING PLAN
(Contd..)
1. Telangana is a dominant player in seed sector, about
37.00 Lakh Qtls of seed is produced and supplied to
various states
2. Seed Rolling Plan is prepared after deliberations with
University, ICAR Institutes and Producing Agencies.
3. By 2018-19 the state would require 9124 Qtls of breeder
seed
4. An amount of Rs. 50.00 Crores is earmarked for seed
production plan 2014-15
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PADDY - VRR PLAN FOR THE NEXT FIVE YEARS
Qty. In lakh Qtls)
Sl.
No.
Crop/
Variety
Year of
Notifi
cation
2015-16
%
201617
%
2017-18
%
201819
%
CROP : PADDY
1
MTU- 1001
1997
0.99
6.00
0.83
5.00
0.66
4.00
0.33
2.00
2
MTU -1010
1995
3.31
20.00
2.48
15.00
1.65
10.00
0.83
5.00
3
4
5
BPT -5204
JGL-11118
JGL-11470
1989
2012
2012
6.61
0.33
0.50
40.00
2.00
3.00
4.96
0.50
0.50
30.00
3.00
3.00
3.30
0.66
0.66
20.00
4.00
4.00
1.65
0.83
0.83
10.00
5.00
5.00
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
JGL-18047
JGL- 3855
JGL-1798
DRR-Dhan- 42
DRR Dhan-35
DRR Dhan 32
DRR Dhan-34
DRR-H 3
RNR-15048
WGL-283
WGL-44
WGL-3200
Krishna
1.65
0.33
0.83
0.17
0.17
0.17
0.17
0.17
0.17
0.66
0.17
0.17
0.17
10.00
2.00
5.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
4.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
2.48
0.50
1.32
0.17
0.17
0.17
0.33
0.17
0.17
1.16
0.33
0.33
0.17
15.00
3.00
8.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
2.00
1.00
1.00
7.00
2.00
2.00
1.00
3.30
0.66
1.65
0.17
0.17
0.17
0.50
0.17
0.17
1.65
0.50
0.50
0.83
20.00
4.00
10.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
3.00
1.00
1.00
10.00
3.00
3.00
5.00
4.13
0.83
2.15
0.17
0.17
0.17
0.66
0.17
0.17
1.98
0.66
0.83
0.83
25.00
5.00
13.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
4.00
1.00
1.00
12.00
4.00
5.00
5.00
16.53
100
16.52
100
16.51
100
16.50
100
TOTAL
2010
2004
2010
2008
2005
2010
2012
2009
Note: VRR plan for all important crops formulated
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PADDY - VRR PLAN FOR THE NEXT FIVE YEARS
(Contd..)
 BPT 5204 – 1989 – presently having about 50% area,
will comedown to 10% only by 2018-19
 JGL 18047 – a promising variety will cover about 25%
area by 2018-19
 JGL 1798 (2004)- will increase from 0.59 Lakh Ha to
about 2.15 Lakh Ha i.e.13%
13
CROP DIVERSIFICATION PLAN
 During 2013-14 Rice was cultivated in about 20.00 lakh ha
 84% of irrigated area in Telangana is by bore wells and dug
wells
 It is planned to restrict rice area to 16.50 lakh ha by 2018-19
 Water thus saved for 3.5 lakh ha will irrigate about 10.00
lakh ha of ID crops
 It is planned to divert it to:
Maize, Jowar, Bajra, Pulses and Soybean
 This will improve cropping intensity & Irrigation intensity
-
Cropping Intensity 122% to 137%
-
Irrigation Intensity 144% to 157%
14
NEED OF MICRO IRRIGATION IN TELANGANA
In Telangana out of 14.85 lakh ha of net irrigated area is with ground
water, presently 4.7 lakh ha only is covered under micro irrigation, leaving
a balance potential micro irrigation area of 10.00 lakh ha.
Sl .No
Name of the
District
1
2
Ground
water net
irrigated
area (Ha)
Area covered under Micro Irrigation
fro 2003-04 to 2013-14 (Ha)
Balance
Potential
Area (Ha)
Drip
Sprinkler
Total
4
5
6
60960
16703
17301
34004
26956
3
7(3-6)
1
Adilabad
2
Karimnagar
311116
28260
9611
37871
273245
3
Nizamabad
169570
25099
6321
31420
138150
4
Khammam
94049
24039
9481
33520
60529
5
Warangal
256866
33512
9086
42598
214268
6
Nalgonda
185611
76949
9383
86332
99279
7
Medak
130517
47538
19335
66873
63644
8
Mahabubnagar
205217
80059
31642
111701
93516
9
Rangareddy
71942
23516
11928
35444
36498
Total
1485848
355675
124088
479763
1006085
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Enhanced allocation for Micro Irrigation
Physical and Financial achievements under Micro Irrigation Project
Sl.
No.
Year
1
2003-04
66,646
83.30
2
2006-07
40,161
92.76
3
2007-08
54,785
137.48
4
2008-09
55,166
138.08
5
2009-10
66,066
303.69
6
2010-11
58,909
243.86
7
2011-12
51,135
342.31
8
2012-13
47,393
406.52
9
2013-14
39,501
326.72
4,79,762
2074.72
Total
Physical (ha)
Financial
(Rs. in crores)
 In a last 9 years 2074.72 crores is utilized and 4.79 Lakh Ha is covered
under Micro Irrigation in Telangana
16
Physical Target for year 2014-15
Drip
-
94,156 acres (38,120 ha)
Sprinklers
-
37,989 acres (15,380 ha)
-
1,32,145 acres (53,500 ha)
Total
NOTE: An amount of Rs. 455.22 crores is set apart in the budget 2014-15
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MISSION SOIL HEALTH CARD
 The State Government is gearing up to implement the Mission
Soil Health Card from the current year, which happens to be
the INTERNATIONAL YEAR OF SOIL HEALTH.
 Necessary arrangements are being made to collect 4.5 Lakh
Soil samples at 10 ha grid interval from 45 Lakh Ha of Net
Cropped Area.
 These soil samples would be utilized for determining MACRO
& MICRO NUTRIENTS as one time collection of soil samples
would be utilized for both the parameters.
 Detailed sampling shall be organized in irrigated area during
the subsequent two years period of the Mission.
 Steps are taken to ensure that all the 55.54 Lakh farmers are
provided with Soil Health card in the scheduled period.
18
LAND RESOURCE INVENTORY (LRI) @ 1:10,000 SCALE

The State has soil maps at 1:2,50,000 scale, showing details at
Division Level. (Prepared by NBSS & LUP)

The next generation maps at 1:50,000 scale will be available by the
end of the current year which will provide Mandal Land information.
(Being prepared by NRSC & State Remote Sensing Centre)

The State has entered into a MOU with NBSS & LUP for soil
mapping at 1:10,000 scale to provide soil information up to Village
and Survey Number Levels.

During the first six months Pilot Project will be executed in three
Mandals of the state for setting the methodology and contents of
soil mapping.

In the next four years the entire state will be covered.

Besides the fertility status (Macro & Micro Nutrients) the soil maps
at 1:10,000 scale will be provide information on 18 Soil and Land
characteristics enable to suggest the best suited crop in each
holding with alternate options in priority.

Besides the suggested crop, the soil data will also be useful for
necessary Land Development Measure.
19
Enhanced allocation in Farm mechanization:
 The budget provision under Farm Mechanization is raised from
112.91 crores in 2013-14 to Rs. 200.00 crores for 2014-15.
Market intervention: Government provided Rs. 400 crores to MARKFED for
market intervention.175 Maize procurement
MARKFED as on 14-11-2014
centers
Sl.
Procurement by MARKFED
No
1
Buying centres for Maize (Nos)
Qty. procured (lakh MTs)
2
3
Cotton purchase centres by CCI (Nos)
are opened
by
As on
14.11-2014
175
1.09
61
Qty. purchased (lakh bails)
3.38
Paddy purchase centres by CSC (Nos)
775
Qty. purchased (lakh MTs)
1.25
Fodder Security: An amount of Rs.415.65 Lakh is utilized to bring
62000 Acres under Fodder production and 642 chaff cutters were
supplied on subsidy basis for fodder conservation.
20
AGRO CLIMATIC ZONES IN TELANGANA STATE
Northern- Telangana Zone
Central-Telangana Zone
Southern-Telangana Zone
High Altitude Zone
N.B: Four Agro-climatic zones are further sub-divided in to 100
farming situations based on soils, Copping pattern, rainfall and
source of irrigation etc, and strategy designed for each farming
21
situation. In consultation with research
MEDAK DISTRICT - FARMING SITUATIONS
Sl.
No
Farming Situation
No.of
Mandals
1
Project canal irrigation, light
soils No conjunctive use
5
2
41
8
Tanks & Kuntas without
conjunctive use-red soils
Tanks & Kuntas without
conjunctive use-Black soils
Tanks & Kuntas
supplemented by wells - red
soils
Tanks & Kuntas
supplemented by wells Black soils
Wells as irrigation sourcered soils
Wells as irrigation sourceblack soils
Problematic-red soils
9
Problematic- black soils
13
10 Rainfed areas - red soils
43
11 Rainfed areas - black soils
44
12 Pollution affected red soils
4
13 Pollution affected black
soils
2
3
4
5
6
7
TOTAL
42
35
Research Station
ARS,
Nathnaipally,
Narsapur
FRS
Sangareddy,
FRS
Sangareddy,
FRS
Sangareddy,
Gross
Cropping
Net Cropped
Cropped
Intensity
Area (Ha)
Area (Ha)
(%)
Gross
Net Irrigated
Irrigated
Area (Ha)
Area (Ha)
Irrigation
Intensity
(%)
1059
891
119
3032
2642
115
44221
38268
116
7449
6241
119
39817
34125
117
4966
4233
117
22542
18932
119
83936
71210
118
35
FRS
Sangareddy,
17080
14780
116
125903
107112
118
45
FRS
Sangareddy,
FRS
Sangareddy,
FRS
Sangareddy,
FRS
Sangareddy,
Sugarcane
Research
station
Basanthapur
ARS,
Nathnaipally,
Narsapur
ARS,
Nathnaipally,
Narsapur
64134
53763
119
6404
5321
120
26056
21857
119
9607
8113
118
378
317
119
0
0
0
1103
928
119
0
0
0
139569
123242
113
0
0
0
222177
184569
120
0
0
0
1847
1563
118
0
0
0
757
632
120
0
0
0
580741
493867
118
241297
204872
118
32
7
22
MEDAK DISTRICT – CONSTRAINTS & STRATEGIES
Sl.
No
1
Name of the
farming
Situation
Project canal
irrigation, light
soils No
conjunctive use
Major Crops
Paddy,
Sugarcane,
Greengram,
Blackgram,
G.Nut
2
Tanks & Kuntas Paddy,
without
Greengram,
conjunctive use- Blackgram
red soils
3
Tanks & Kuntas
without
conjunctive useBlack soils
4
Tanks & Kuntas Paddy, Maize,
supplemented Sunflower, G.
by wells - red
Nut, Sugarcane
soils
5
Tanks & Kuntas Paddy, Maize,
supplemented Sunflower, G.
by wells - Black Nut
soils
6
Wells as
Paddy,
irrigation
Groundnut,
source- red soils Maize,
Sunflower,
Sugarcane,
Turmeric
Paddy,
Sugarcane,
Greengram,
Blackgram
Area in Ha.
891
Constraints
Strategies
Low plant population, Zn
deficiency in soils, Improper
water mangement, Non
application of Potash
Wide publicity through mass media on cultivation
practices, Ensuring optimum plant population, Zn
application, Encouraging Micro-Irrigation,
application of MOP, applying green manures,
Conducting On Farm Demos, Intercropping in
S.Cane
38268
Overaged Seedlings, Low
to apply FYM, Ensuring optimum plant
Organic Farming, Low plant
population, Zn application, Encoraging Micropopulation, Zn defiency in soils, Irrigation, application of MOP, applying green
Improper water mangement,
manures, Conducting On Farm Demos
Non application of Potash
34125
Overaged Seedlings, Low
Encourage farmers to apply FYM, Ensuring
Organic Farming, Low plant
optimum plant population, Zn application,
population, Zn defiency in soils, Encoraging Micro-Irrigation, application of MOP,
Improper water mangement,
applying green manures, Conducting On Farm
Non application of Potash
Demos, Intercropping in S.Cane
18932
Low plant population, Zn
Encourage farmers to apply FYM, Ensuring
defiency in soils, Improper
optimum plant population, Zn application,
water mangement, High Pest Encoraging Micro-Irrigation, application of MOP,
Incidence
applying green manures, Conducting On Farm
Demos, IPM Practices, Intercropping in S.Cane
14780
Low plant population, Zn
Encourage farmers to apply FYM, Ensuring
defiency in soils, Improper
optimum plant population, Zn application,
water mangement, High Pest Encoraging Micro-Irrigation, application of MOP &
Incidence, Non application of
Bio Fertilizers, applying green manures,
Potash & Bio Fertilizers
Conducting On Farm Demos, IPM Practices
53763 Shortage of Water during early
Encourage less water consuming crops like
Kharif and Summer, Low plant Pulses and Vegetables, Encourage farmers to
population, Zn defiency in soils, apply FYM, Ensuring optimum plant population,
Improper water mangement,
Zn application, Encoraging Micro-Irrigation,
High Pest Incidence, Non
application of MOP & Bio Fertilizers, applying
application of Potash & Bio green manures, Conducting On Farm Demos, IPM
Fertilizers
Practices
23
Sl.
Name of the
Major Crops
No farming Situation
7
Wells as
Paddy,
irrigation source- Groundnut,
black soils
Maize,
Sunflower,
Sugarcane,
Turmeric
8
Problematic-red Paddy,
soils
Sugarcane
9
Problematicblack soils
Paddy,
Sugarcane
10 Rainfed areas red soils
Paddy, Jowar,
Redgram,
Blackgram,
Bengalgram,
Safflower,
Sunflower,
Sesamum,
Groundnut,
Maize, Cotton,
Castor
11 Rainfed areas - Paddy, Jowar,
black soils
Redgram,
Blackgram,
Bengalgram,
Greengram,
Safflower,
Groundnut,
Maize, Cotton,
Castor, Chillies
12 Pollution
Paddy, Jowar,
affected red soils Redgram
13 Pollution
affected black
soils
Paddy
Area in Ha.
Constraints
21857 Shortage of Water during early
Kharif and Summer, Low plant
population, Zn defiency in soils,
Improper water mangement,
High Pest Incidence, Non
application of Potash & Bio
Fertilizers
317
Cultivation of traditional
Varieties, Non-Adoption of Soil
reclaimation
928
Cultivation of traditional
Varieties, Zn Deficiency and
Saline and Alkaline Soils
123242 Late receipt of rainfall, Low
plant population, Zn deficiency
in soils, Improper water
mangement, High Pest
Incidence
184569
Strategies
Encourage less water consuming crops like
Pulses and Vegetables, Encourage farmers to
apply FYM, Ensuring optimum plant population,
Zn application, Encoraging Micro-Irrigation,
application of MOP & Bio Fertilizers, applying
green manures, Conducting On Farm Demos, IPM
Practices
Cultivation of Tolerant varieties, Reclaimation
with Lime
Cultivation of Tolerant varieties, Soil application
fo Zn and Gypsum
Early Sowings, Encourage farmers to apply FYM,
Ensuring optimum plant population, Zn
application, Encouraging Micro-Irrigation,
application of MOP, applying green manures,
Conducting On Farm Demos, IPM Practices
Late receipt of rainfall, Low
Early Sowings, Encourage farmers to apply FYM,
plant population, Zn deficiency
Ensuring optimum plant population, Zn
in soils, Improper water
application, Encoraging Micro-Irrigation,
mangement, High Pest
application of MOP, applying green manures,
Incidence
Conducting On Farm Demos, IPM Practices
1563 Toxic metals/ Chemicals etc.
Encourage non food crops like flowers etc.
632 Toxic metals/ Chemicals etc.
Encourage non food crops like flowers etc.
24
493867
GROWTH RATE (CAGR) AFTER LAUNCHING OF NFSM
Sl.
No.
1
2
Crop
Rice
Maize
Source: DES
Year
2006-07
(Base Year)
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2006-07
(Base Year)
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
Area
(Lakh ha)
Yield
Productio
CAGR %
Kgs/ha) n (LMTs)
14.89
2858
42.56
14.08
16.92
11.16
19.80
17.50
14.19
20.08
3156
3168
2927
3301
2943
3277
3297
44.44
6.52 %
53.61
over base
32.67
year of
65.35
2006-07
51.48
46.48
66.22
5.91
2755
16.28
6.04
5.99
5.69
5.11
5.91
6.63
7.52
4757
3663
2399
4047
3200
4440
4685
28.73
11.67 %
21.94
over base
13.65
year of
20.68
2006-07
18.92
29.44
35.25
25
Contd….
Sl.
No.
3
4
Crop
Year
2006-07
(Base Year)
2007-08
2008-09
Total Pulses
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2006-07
(Base Year)
2007-08
2008-09
Total
2009-10
Foodgrains
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
Source: DES
Area
Yield Production
CAGR %
(Lakh ha) Kgs/ha)
(LMTs)
6.85
537
3.68
5.61
6.62
7.14
7.55
6.18
6.11
5.63
704
699
471
624
480
804
837
5.14
3.59 %
4.63
over base
3.36
year of
4.71
2006-07
2.97
4.91
4.71
30.81
2117
30.10
31.68
26.49
34.45
31.09
28.36
34.56
2703
2604
1957
2687
2413
2909
3110
65.23
81.26
7.40 %
82.49
over base
51.84
year of
92.55
2006-07
75.02
82.49
107.49
26

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