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					NATIONAL CONFRENCE ON AGRICULTURE


      KHARIF COMPAIGN – 2006
             (PUNJAB)



              PRESENTATION
                   BY
        BALWINDER SINGH SIDHU
         Director of Agriculture.
RABI PROSPOECTS
   (2005-06)
  PRODUCTIVITY OF MAJOR CROPS
5000
                                      4563
4500       Kg./ha.                           4221      4265

4000                          3715
                                      3506
3500                                         3943
                                                       3858
                     2730             2793              2726
3000                          3229            2738
2500       2237
                     2733
2000      1765                1784
                     1602
                                      1213              1200
1500                                          1032
           1555               1014
1000        555        528
500                                          697       731
          371          309    463      430
  0
        •1970-71 •1980-81 •1990-91 •2000-01 •2004-05 •2005-06
       Wheat                 Rice              Maize
       Rabi Oilseeds         Cotton
PUNJAB AGRICULTURE : Challenges
                          Decreasing
     Declining            quantity and           Increasing
  arable land area         quality of         cost of cultivation
  and Soil health            water                  and
                                            Decreasing margins




                     Punjab Agriculture


  Technology            Mounting Pressure
                                                Climate
    fatigue
                         of Globalization       Change
                        (New Technology &
                           Competition)
     VARIATION OF MAXIMUM
  TEMPERATURE (0 C) DURING RABI
              25 years Av.     5 years Av.     2006
35.0

30.0
25.0

20.0
15.0

10.0
 5.0
       November December January   February March
       VARIATION OF MINIMUM
   TEMPERATURE (0 C) DURING RABI
20.0

15.0

10.0

 5.0

 0.0
              25 years Av.       5 years Av.       2006.
-5.0
       November December     January   February   March
         Productivity of Wheat
                       (Kg./ha.)


                         4696
                                       4532   4221

                3715

         3531


2337


75-76   85-86 90-91    99-2k       01-02      04-05
    PRODUCTION OF RABI CROPS
CROP           2004-05                  2005-06
            (ACHIEVEMENT)            (ESTIMATED)
            AREA        PROD.       AREA       PROD.
           (000 ha.)   (000 MT)   (000 ha.)   (000 MT)
Wheat       34.82      146.98      34.30      146.25

BARLEY        22         74          25         84

PULSES        12         10          18         15

OILSEEDS      60         62          70         84
ACTION PLAN FOR
  KHARIF 2006
VARIATIONS IN PRODUCTIVITY
 (MAXIMUM & MINIMUM AVERAGE YEILD OF DISTRICT IN 5 YEARS)

                                                    Kg./Ha.
6000
        5162                          MAXIMUM       MINIMUM

5000               4633
                             4219
4000        3402
3000                  2675

2000                             1526            1630

1000                                    726           700
                                           271
   0     WHEAT      RICE      MAIZE     COTTON    OILSEEDS
       STRATEGY TO IMPROVE
    PRODUCTIVITY & GROWTH RATE
•   REGION SPECIFIC SELECTION OF CROPS.

•   PROMOTION OF VEGITABLE AND FRUIT CROPS AND THEIR PROCESSING
    UNDER NATIONAL HORTICULTURE MISSION.

•   EMPHASIS ON ALLIED AGRICULTURAL ACTIVITIES VIZ. DAIRYING, POULTRY,
    BEE KEEPING ETC.

•   CAPACITY BUILDING OF EXTENSION WORKERS AND FARMERS THROUGH
    TRAINING FOR DISSEMINATION OF LATEST CROP PRODUCTION
    TECHNOLOGY.

•   TIMELY SUPPLY OF QUALITY CERTIFIED SEEDS AND PLANTING MATERIAL.
    IMPROVEMENT IN SEED REPLACEMENT RATIO (SRR).

•   ASSURED AND TIMELY SUPPLY OF FERTILIZERS AND THEIR BALANCED USE
    BASED ON SOIL TEST.

•   INTODUCTION OF BIO-FERTILIZERS - ONE VILLAGE PER BLOCK TO BE
    ADOPTED AS BIO-VILLAGE FOR MASS DEMONSTRATIONS.

•   ENCOURGE THE EFFICIENT USE OF AVAILABLE IRRIGATION SUPPLIES.
 IDENTIFICATION OF SPECIFIC AREAS
     CROP                         IDENTIFIED DISTRICTS
Paddy a) Fine    Jalandhar, Ludhiana, Kapurthala, Patiala, Moga, Sangrur.
      b) Basmati Amritsar, Gurdaspur, Hoshiarpur, Kapurthala, Patiala
                 (Rajpura tehsil)
Cotton               Bathina, Mansa, Mukatsar, Faridkot, Ferozepur, Sangrur
                     (Tehsil Barnala, Sunam & Moonuk), Moga (Tehsil
                     Bagapurana & Nahal Singh Wala)
Maize                Gurdaspur, Hoshiarpur, Ropar and Amritsar
Pulses a) Moong      Amritsar, Bahtinda, Ferozepur, Ludhiana, Mansa, Moga,
                     Mukatsar & Sangrur
         b) Mash     Gurdaspur, Hoshiarpur, Ropar and Amritsar
         c) Aarhar   Amritsar, Jalandhar, Ludhiana, Sangrur, Moga & Patiala

Oilseeds             Amritsar, Gurdaspur, Ferozepur, Hoshiarpur, Jalandhar,
(Sesamum)            Kapurthala, Mansa, Mukatsar & Ropar
                                   RICE
THRUST AREAS
     TIMELY TRANSPLANTATION OF PADDY
     INTRODUCTION OF NEW     CROP ESTABLISHMENT TECHNOLOGIES VIZ.
      TRANSPLANTING ON RAISED     BEDS, DIRECT SEEDING, UNPUDDLED
      TRANSPLANTING AND SRI
     ASSURED SUPPLY OF CANAL WATER AND ELECTRICITY (FOR 8 HOURS)
     USE OF LEAF COLOR CHARTS FOR NEED BASED APPLICATION OF NITROGENUS
      FERTILIZERS.
     250 FARMERS FIELD SCHOOLS TO BE ORGANIZED FOR IPM.


          Year                      Area                   Production
                                 (lac hac.)                 (lac MT)
        2005-06                    26.42                    101.93
    2006-07 (Target)               24.25                     90.10
                               MAIZE
THRUST AREAS

   INTODUCTION OF NEW HYBVRIDS AND QUILITY PROTEN MAIZE.

 EMPHASIS ON PROPER PLANT POPULATON THROUGH MACHNISED PLANTING.

 STRESS ON INM AND IPM.

 DEVELOPMENT OF POST HARVEST INFRASTRUCTURE.


         Year                    Area                Production
                              (lac hac.)              (lac MT)

       2005-06                   1.48                       4.03

 2006-07 (Target)                2.00                       5.17
                              COTTON
THRUST AREAS

 EMPHASIS ON CULTIVATION OF Bt COTTON HYBRIDS.

 ADEQUATE SUPPLY      OF   CANAL    WATER   DURING      APRIL   FOR   TIMELY
  SOWING OF COTTON.

 PROMOTION OF IPM ON COTTON IN PPP MODE UNDER SRTT PROJECT OF
  REVIVING GREEN REVOLUTION AND VILLAGE CLUSTER ADOPTION PROJECT OF
  VARDHMAN GROUP IN 162 VILLAGES.

 SUPPLY OF QUALITY PESTICIDES AND THEIR EFICIENT USE.

        Year                      Area                    Production
                               (lac hac.)                 (lac bales)
      2005-06                       5.57                     23.95

 2006-07 (Target)                   6.25                     24.00
 ESTIMATED PRODUCTION OF
KHARIF OILSEEDS AND PULSES

YEAR         KHARIF         KHARIF PULSES
            OILSEEDS
          AREA     PROD.     AREA     PROD.
        (000 ha.) (000 MT) (000 ha.) (000 MT)
2005-06    13         7       23        18


2006-07    22        11       50       40
(Target)
        NATIONAL HORTICULTURE MISSION
Sr.No          Activities/Projects           Amount                 Remarks
                                           (Rs. In Crores)

 1.     Establishment of New Gardens,         21.83          In 11 districts namely
        Floriculture, Modern Nurseries,                      Ferozepur, Mukatsar,
        Vegetable Seed Production,                           Bhatinda, Amritsar,
        Protected Cultivation of Fruit,                      Hosiharpur, Gurdaspur,
        Spices and Aromatic Plants,                          Kapruthala, Patiala,
        Pollination through bee-keeping                      Jalandhar, Ludhiana
        and exhibitions.                                     and Fathegarh Sahib

 2.     Post Harvest Management                2.40          PAU, Ludhiana
 3.     De- bittering Technology (Plant)       2.00          Punjab Agro Industries
                                                             Corpn.
 4.     Back Ended Subsidy Projects            0.32          Punjab Agro Industries
                                                             and Marketing Board.
 5.     Setting up of Cold Storage             1.50          Subsidy for 3 units in
                                                             Private Sector
                    Forest &
                    Others,
Livestock,            1.18
  34.21

                                           Agriculture,
  Fisheres,
                                             63.77
     0.84

    Share of Agriculture and Allied in GDP =38.23%
AVIALABILITY OF CERTIFIED SEED
                                                (QTLS.)
Sr. Crop    Requirement   Availability   Seed Replacement Rate
No          of Seed       (2006-07)             (%age)
.           (2006-0 7)
                                         2004-05      2005-06

1. Paddy      48500        122011          15             20


2. Cotton      8125          8821          15             22


3. Maize      16000         22957          57             71


4. Pulses       450          940           16             38
       FERTILIZER REQUIREMENT
                                        (000 MT)

Name of       Consumption    Requirement
Fertilizer     Kharif 2005    Kharif 2006
Urea             1203.4        1250.0
DAP              204.4          240.0

SSP               6.9            10.0

NPK               18.3           25.0

MOP               52.7           55.0

CAN               2.4            2.5
               NEW INITIATIVES


• Agriculture Diversification and Development Fund with a
  corpus of Rs.20.00 set-up to undertake research on new crops,
  their processing and marketing.

• Four special purpose vehicles (SPV) i.e. Council for Citrus
  Juices, Council for Value Added Horticulture, Council for
  Viticulture and Council for Organic Farming set-up to provide
  impetus to diversification efforts.

• Punjab State Farmers Commission has been set-up to prepare
  a blue print for diversification of State Agriculture and
  improvement of socio-economic statues of farmers.
               NEW INITIATIVES

• Contact Farming of basmati, maize, summer moong etc. has
  been undertaken during kharif and hoyla, durum wheat in rabi.

• University of Animal Sciences being set-up to ensure
  diversification to allied activities like dairy and fisheries.

• Super Thermal Power Plant being set-up at Coal Pit Head in
  Chhatissgarh by NTPC to dedicate 1500 MW of power.

• Legislation for Participatory Irrigation Management (PIM) is
  proposed to regulate the working of water users associations
  for efficient O&M of surface irrigation systems.
      AGRICULTURE EXTENSION REFORMS

•   Organization of Farmer Training Programme on Scientific Crop Production at
    district, block and village level. KVKs being actively involved in training and
    FLDs’.

•   SEWP of 2005-06 prepared and approved by Govt. of India. The scheme being
    implemented in the State.

•   SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT AGENCY at State level and
    ATMAS’ at district level has been registered to implement the scheme. Second
    installment distributed to districts.

•   SREP of district Amritsar and Patiala prepared and for the remaining two
    districts to be submitted shortly.

•   Response to KCC is encouraging. Farmers demand accessibility to 1551 from
    mobile phones. Need to increase existing lines at level-1 from 3 to 6. The
    provision of cell phones with incoming facility to the experts at level II is
    required for escalation of calls to level II.

•   Two crop seminars organized under Mass Media Support to Agriculture by DD
    Jalandhar.
    AMENDMENT OF APMC ACT



• APMC act has been amended to permit
  setting up private marketing infrastructure.

• The rules to regulate such markets and
  incentives to be provided to such investors
  are being finalized.
            RISK MANAGEMENT
• ICICI Lombard has insured the farmers crop for
  weather risk in 5 districts during kharif 2005 (Paddy)
  as well as in 8 districts during rabi 2005-06 (Wheat).

 Farmers    Area     Premium        Sum       Compensation
 Covered   Covered     (Rs.)      Insured        paid
           (acres)                  (Rs.)        (Rs.)

   797       3194    12,77,573   1,27,76000     2,18,000

   138       381     1,42,688    15,22,000        ----


   Efforts will be made to cover more farmers during
   2006-07 in collaboration with AIC of India by
   providing assistance in premium Under Work Plan
   for Macro Management of Agriculture .
     UTILIZATION OF FUNDS UNDER CSS
                                                    (Rs. IN LACS)
SR. NAME OF SCHEME       FUNDS     GOI             REMARKS
NO.                    RELEASED   SHARE


1.    INTENSIVE         637.30    477.98
      COTTON DEV.                           FUNDS LIKELY TO
      PROG. (75.25 )                       BE UTILIZED BY 31ST
2.    MACRO                       981.80      MARCH, 2006.
      MANAGEMENT        1035.33
      WORK PLAN
      (90:10)

3.    AGRICULTURAL       21.80    22.10    16.87
      CENSUS (100)
4.    ISOPOM (75:25)       ----   316.61   RELEASE UNDER
                                           CONSIDERATION
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