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									      PRESENTATION
                 in
National Conference on Agriculture

         for Rabi 2006-2007


 Government of Himachal Pradesh
 Land Use Pattern in Himachal Pradesh

 Total Geographical Area    55.67 lac ha.

 Total Cropped Area         9.86 lac ha.

 Net Area Sown              5.60 lac ha. (10%)

 Area Sown More than Once  4.26 lac ha.

 Culturable Waste Lands     1.22 lac ha.

 Fallow Lands               0.69 lac ha.

 Net Irrigated Area         1.16 lac ha. (20.7%)
               Shift in Area in Ten Years
S.No.     Particulars       1990-      2001-      (+)/ (-)         Remarks
                            1991       2002
  1     Net Cropped        5,82,797   5,49,643   (-)33,154   Diversion for non
        Area                                                 agriculture purposes
                                                             and fallow lands
  2     Area Under         8,71,224   8,16,934   (-)54,290   Diversification to
        Foodgrains                                           commercial crops
                                                             such as vegetables,
                                                             fruits, spices etc.
  3     Area Under         29,010     46,950     (+)17,940 Area from
        Vegetables                                         foodgrains diversified
        including Potato

  4     Fallow Lands       60,068     69,380     (+)9,312    Absentee land lords,
                                                             wild animals problem.
  5     Culturable Waste   1,25,157   1,22,114   (-)3,043              -

 Source: Annual Season and Crop Report issued by Directorate of Land Record,
         Himachal Pradesh
                     Agro-Climatic Zones
            Zones                     Potential                 %         %
                                                               Geog.   Cropped
                                                               Area     Area
(i) Shivalik Hill Zone      Foodgrains, Oilseeds, Pulses,      16.24   38.00
(350-650 mt.a. m.s.l.)      Seasonal Vegetables,
                            Sugarcane etc.
 Sub Tropical
(ii) Mid Hill Zone          Foodgrains, Pulses, Off-           21.25   41.04
(651-1,800 mt.a m.s.l.)     Season Vegetables. Ginger,
Temperate                   Tea, Potato etc.
(iii) High Hill Zone        Wheat, Barley, Millets, Off-       23.01   18.39
(1,801-2,500 mt.a m.s.l.)   Season Vegetables, Seed
Humid Temperate             Potato, Temperate Vegetables
                            Seeds, Rajmash etc.
(iv) Cold Dry Zone          Barley, Pseudo-Cereals,            39.34    2.60
(Above 2,500 mt.a m.s.l.)   Temperate Vegetable Seeds,
Dry Temperate               seed Potato, Off-Season
                            Vegetables, Peas, Kala Zira etc.
Status of Production and Productivity in H.P.

S.No.   Crop     1951-     2001-    Producti Projected Xth Plan     All India
                  1952      2002    vity Level                      (Average)
                 ( 000’    ( 000’     (qtls./   Prod.    Produ.      (qtls./
                tonnes)   tonnes)     hect.)     (000’    (qtls./    hect.)
                                               tonnes)     ha.)

 1      Maize   67.30     768.00     25.00       895      30.00      16.85

 2      Rice    28.30     137.00     17.00       162      21.50      18.35

 3      Wheat   61.20     637.00     18.00       711      20.00      26.11

 4      Vege.   25.00     627.00     180.00      1000     200.00    160.00
  (I) Measures to Increase Production

 Soil health enhancement
 Crop Diversification
 Agricultural Extension
 Agriculture Credit
 Expansion in Irrigation

 Agricultural Research

 Strategies specific to Agro Climatic Zones
 Marketing Infrastructure Development
(II) Achievements under CSS (2005-2006)
                                               (Budget in lacs and Exp. in Rs.)
(a) Macro Management:
S.No.               Name of the Scheme                  Budget     Expenditure
                                                        Allotted    Incurred
 1       Crop Improvement Programme                     178.45        73.32
 2       Scheme for Farm Mechanisation                  119.75        99.88
 3      Scheme for Integrated Nutrients Management      132.59        135.07
        for Balanced Fertilizer use/ INM
 4      Scheme for Extension and Transfer of            171.85        137.11
        Technology
 5      On Farm Water      Management    and    Soil    127.00        172.95
        Conservation
 6      Implementation of National Watershed            277.77+       277.76
        Development Project for Rainfed Areas            100.00
        (NWDPRA)
 7      Scheme for Promoting Diversified Farming         35.58        38.87
        System (Crop Diversification)
                                                  (Budget in lacs and Exp. in Rs.)
S.No.                Name of the Scheme                    Budget     Expenditure
                                                          Allotted     Incurred

 8      Scheme for Organic Farming                          40.00        37.44

 9      Scheme for Promotion of Quality Seeds               51.50        72.02
        Production
 10                      Total (1 to 9)                    1134.49      1044.42

 11     Unspent amount as on 1st April, 2005 utilized in      -          35.90
        different components of last year

 12                      Total (10+11)                     1134.49+     1080.32
                                                            100.00
                         Central Share                                  972.29

                          State Share                                   108.03

Unspent balance as on 1st April, 2006 = Rs.162.90 lacs
[Rs.148.75 lacs (Agriculture) & Rs.14.15 lacs (Forest)]
(b) ISOPOM:
S.No.               Name of Component                     Target       Ach.
                                                            Fin.        Fin.
                                                         (in lacs)   (in lacs)
 1      Distribution of T.L. Seeds (Hybrids of Pvt.       15.54       14.48
        Sector)
 2      Block Demonstration                               18.00       17.38
 3      IPM Demonstration                                 2.27        1.01
 4      Plant Protection Equipments
        Manually operated                                 3.44        3.77
        Power operated                                    1.00        0.48
 5      Weedicides                                        6.00        3.95
 6      Distribution of Sprinkler Sets                    24.75       25.14
 7      Pipes for carrying water from water source to     6.00        5.54
        field
 8      Farmers Training Camps                             9.00        8.55
 9      Publicity                                          2.00        2.00
 10     Involvement of Private sector including F.O,       6.00
        N.G.O’s, Co-op, SHG
 11     Innovative      measures       and  additional     3.00
        components
 12     Contingency                                        3.00       2.98
                              Total                       100.00      85.28
                         Central Share                                64.46
                          State Share                                 20.82
         Scheme               Funds          Funds
                             Released       Utilized
                              (in lacs)     (in lacs)
(c) Agriculture                 6.49         6.49
    Mechnisation
(d) Bio-Gas                     3.95         3.67
                              (50 No’s)     (79 No’s)

(e) Agriculture Extension     171.27        135.53
    Reforms                 (GOI released
                             Rs.122 lacs)
(f) National Project on        10.70         10.70
   Organic Farming
(III) Extension and Training:

 Department of Agriculture/ Horticulture

 Agriculture/ Horticulture University

 Support to state Extension Programme for

    Agriculture Reforms

 Mass Media/ Kisan Call Centre

 AGRISNET
                      Extension Network

                           Director of Agriculture



A.D.A. (N.Z.)     A.D.A. (H.Q.)    Div. Engg.   J.D.A. (Input)   J.D.A. (S.C.)



District Level   Deputy Director Agriculture/ Sr. Subject Matter Specialist


Block Level                  Subject Matter Specialist


                         Agriculture Development Officer


Field Level               Agriculture Extension Officer
                Extension Staff Position
                                               -Likely Vacancies-
    Key         Sanctioned Vacancies    %        2006-     2010-
Functionaries                                    2007      2011



A.E.O’s           978        508       51.94     583       654
                                                (59.6%)   (66.87%)


A.D.O’s           397        130       32.75     161       200
                                               (40.55%) (50.37%)
     Marketing Infrastructure
 State enacted new act “Himachal Pradesh

  Agriculture Horticulture Produce Marketing
  (Development & Regulation Act, 2005)”.
 New Act is in line with model act and provides
 for;
   Private/ Co-op Markets.
   Direct Marketing.
   Contract Farming.
   Rationalisation of Market fee structure.
(IV) Input Arrangement:
(A) Seed:
 S.No.   Crop/     Requirement              Source-wise Availability            Total
         Variety                  DOA          HSDC       NSC          NAFED

  1      Wheat      55000.00     15000.00    19000.00       -      21000.00    55000.00

  2      Gram        600.00       400.00       50.00     150.00          -      600.00

  3      Lentil      125.00       75.00          -          -            -      125.00

  4      Sarson      125.00       25.00          -       100.00          -      125.00

  5      Toria       600.00       500.00       50.00        -          50.00    600.00

  6       Oats       900.00       100.00      800.00        -            -      800.00


(B) Vegetable Seed:                                               17,085 Qtls.
(C) Pesticides:
                                              M.T.(Technical Grade)
S.No.           Pesticides         Projected Demand for 2006-2007
                                  Kharif      Rabi         Total

 A      Insecticides              22.94      8.92         31.86

 B      Fungicides                128.47     75.54       204.01

 C      Weedicides                20.18      7.53         27.71

 D      Rodenticides/ Fumigants    3.00      0.90          3.90
(D) Fertilizers:
S.No.      Fertilizer   Requirement   Likely stock as on               Arrangements
                          (in M.T.)      1st Oct., 2006
 1      Urea              23,000           2,017*          ECA Plan:
                                                             NFL              12,000 M.T.
                                                             IFFCO             7,500 M.T.
                                                             Total           19,500 M.T.
 2      NPK(12:32:16)     22,000            1,852                         IFFCO
 3      NPK(15:15:15)     5,000             2,029                         RCF
 4      MOP               5,000             1,011                          IPL
 5      SSP               4,000             1,196          Liberty Phosphate, Udaipur /
                                                           Jubilant Organosys Ltd./ IPL
 6      Ammonium           200               137                        GSFC Ltd.
        Sulphate
 7      DAP                200               72                           IFFCO
 8      CAN                4000              892                          GNFC
(E) Implements:
                                               (in No’s)
S.No.            Name of Equipments            Target
  1   Tractor                                   200
  2   Power Tiller                              400
 3    Manual Tool/ Implements                  2,500
 4    Animal Drawn/ Implements                 3,000
 5    Tractor Driven Implements                 200
  6   Self Propelled Power Driven Implements    500
  7   Plant Protection Equipment               7,000
  8   Irrigation Equipments                     870
  9   Gender Friendly Equipments               13,200
 10   New Initiatives/ Others                  5,003
                         Total                 32,873

								
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