कृषि विपणन : राष्ट्रीय कृषि बाज़ार

By Vikaspedia on 18 Sep 2017

Introduction (What to do?)

  • Farmers can get information about the cost of their produce on the Agmark Net website or through the call center or SMS of the farmers.
  • See available SMS as per your requirement and get the information.
  • The buyer's vendor is available on the website.
  • The harvesting and depth should be done at the appropriate time.
  • Proper grading, packing and labeling should be done before the sale for a fair price.
  • To get the fair price, it is necessary to sell in the proper market / market.
  • Forced sales should be avoided.
  • For better marketing facilities, cooperative marketing societies can set up FPO in the Kisan Group.
  • Marketing committees can open retail and wholesale shops.
  • To avoid forced sale, farmers can make cold storage and warehouses for storage of produce.

Agricultural Marketing Infrastructure (AMI)

Agricultural Marketing Infra has been closed immediately. You can contact the Deputy Agricultural Marketing Advisor, Marketing and Inspection Directorate, Faridabad to get any information or details.

National Agricultural Markets (E-Names)

In order to give an optimum benefit to the farmers in the agricultural marketing sector and to give maximum benefit to the farmers, the Government of India has approved a plan for implementation of the National Agriculture Market on 01.07.2015 to encourage online marketing of agricultural commodities across the country. Is of Under this scheme, a fair general e-market platform has been made available in all 250 regular markets, thereby encouraging the digitization of the entire work of the market along with making online trading, issuing e-permits and e-payment etc. To be. Along with this, it will help in removing information inequality, bringing transparency in the transaction process and making it easier to reach the markets across the country. It will be necessary to give real benefits to the farmers. National Agricultural Marketing (NAM) guidelines shortly 14.04 2016 has been started in 20 states of 8 states. So far in 10 states, Andhra Pradesh (12), Chhattisgarh (5), Gujarat (40), Haryana (37), Himachal Pradesh (20) Rajasthan (11) Telangana (44) and UP (66) E-NAAM portal Integrated. Please contact Mr. Subhash Sharma, PMU, NAAM, Small Farmer Agriculture Business Organization, New Delhi (e-mail ID name @ sagac-in) for more information. Detailed information about plans  Available at www.enam.gov.in

Farmer Generating Organization (FPO)

How to Join Farmers in FPO

A group of farmers who are actually engaged in agricultural production and who have a similar assumption in running agricultural business activities, can create a group by including a village or several villages, and a farmer production company under the relevant company act. You can apply for registration.

What will the farmers get from the formation of FPO?

A. It is a powerful organization, as a member of the FPO, the power to negotiate a better deal will enable them to get the right to buy or sell jingles at competing prices.

B. Aggregation of agricultural products for better marketing opportunities. By doing business in multiplication, saving of farmers from the concessional expenses incurred in items such as processing, storage, transport etc.

C. FPO can start activities such as sorting / grading, packing, primary processing, etc. for value addition which can produce higher prices for production of Kisan.

D. Facilities in the use of pre-harvesting and post harvesting resources such as green house, farm mechanization, cold storage, agro processing, etc., by the formation of FPO.

E. Expand your business activities by starting FPO Input Stores, Custom Centers etc. Whereby its members can use farmer inputs and services at concessional rates.

Contact form for applying in FPO

Generally, the FPO is encouraged under various Central Sector Schemes implemented in the States by the Agriculture, Cooperatives and Farmers Welfare Department. For detailed information to the farmers interested in setting up the FPO, the concerned department / small farmer can contact the Director of Business Business Organization (e-mail: sfac@nic.in ).

What do you get

No. No

Type of assistance


Maximum Subsidy Subsidy


Rate of subsidy on capital cost

Up to 1000 metric tons (in per metric tonne)

1000 plus 30000 metric tons (in per metric tonne)

Maximum (Rs. In lakh)


Agricultural Marketing Resources (AMI) ISM's Sub-Plan (formerly Rural Warehousing Scheme) for Warehousing Resource Projects

A) North Eastern States, Sikkim, Andaman Nicobar and Mountain areas



B. In other areas

1. For registered FPO, Panchayats, Women Scheduled Caste, SC (SC) / Scheduled Tribe (ST) beneficiaries or their co-operatives / self-help groups

2. For all other classes of beneficiaries





















































































Semiconductor Planning for Agricultural Marketing (ISAM)

No. No.

Types of assistance


Rate of subsidy

Maximum Subsidy (Rs. In lakh)





2) For other marketing resource projects

Agricultural Marketing Resources (AMI) ISAAM's Sub-Plan

(Formerly Agricultural Marketing Resources, Grading and Standardization Development / Strengthening Scheme)

A. North Eastern States, Sikkim, Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir State, Andaman and Nicobar Islands and Lakshadweep Group Union Territory and Mountain and Primitive Areas






B. In other areas

1. Registered FPO, Panchayats, Women Farmers / Entrepreneurs Scheduled Caste (SC) / Scheduled Tribes (ST) entrepreneurs and their co-operatives

2. For the beneficiaries of all other sections





















































Consolidated scheme for agricultural marketing



  • Mountain areas are those which are located at an altitude of more than 1000 meters above sea level.
  • SC / ST committees should be certified by the respective officers of the State Government.
  • Presently the scheme is available for the upliftment of North Eastern States and Scheduled Tribes / Scheduled Tribes. Approval of subsidy for the general category has been temporarily stopped from 05.08.2014.

Appropriate marketing resources

  • All marketing resources required for post harvest management
  • Common features like market yard etc. for the market user.
  • Resources for grading, standardization and quality certification, leveling, packing and value addition facilities (quality unchanged)
  • Resources for direct sales from producer to consumer / processing unit wholesale buyer etc.
  • Required Referred BAN for the provision of cold supply chain, which is used for transport of agricultural products.
  • Collection structure like warehouse for food storage.

Where to Apply / Contact for a subsidy / loan?

  • Commercial banks, regional rural banks, cooperative banks etc.
  • National Cooperative Development Corporation for the project by the committees.
  • Detailed information was given in the scheme guidelines based on integrated marketing of agriculture available at www.agmarknet.nic.in .


Source: Agriculture, Cooperatives and Farmers Welfare Department , Government of India