Horticulture

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What to Do?
  • Grow Horticultural Crops for higher income from lesser area.
  • For healthy crop use high quality planting material.
  • To keep fruits and vegetables fresh for longer period, use cold storage facility/cool houses.
  • Earn maximum profit by adopting correct method of harvesting, cleaning, grading, processing and packaging.
  • Produce off-season vegetables and flowers in poly-houses,low tunnels.
What Can You Get? S.No. Type of Assistance Criteria for Assistance/Maximum limit Scheme/Component
Subsidy Max subsidy per unit area
A. Assistance under Horticulture 1 Vegetable Seed Production (Maximum 5 ha / beneficiary) 35% in general area, 50% in NE, TSP, A&N and Lakshadweep Islands
Rs.35,000/- for open and Rs.1,50,000/- for Hybrid Seeds
Sub Schemes of NHM&HMNEH under MIDH 2 Hi-tech Nursery (2-4 ha unit) 40% of cost, as credit linked back-ended subsidy Rs.25.00 lakhs per ha
Sub Schemes of NHM&HMNEH under MIDH 3 Small Nursery (1ha unit) 50% of cost, as credit linked back-ended subsidy Rs.15.00 lakhs per ha
Sub Schemes of NHM&HMNEH under MIDH 4 Establishment of new orchard(For a maximum area of 4 ha per beneficiary) (a) Fruits (with integration of drip etc.) 40% in general area 50% in NE,TSP, A&N and Lakshadweep Islands (3 installments of 60:20:20 subject to survival rate of 75% in 2nd year and 90% in 3rd year) Rs.0.40 lakh per ha.To Rs. 2.20 lakh/ha.
Sub Schemes of NHM&HMNEH under MIDH (b) Fruits (without integration) 40% in general area 50% in NE,TSP, A&N and Lakshadweep (3 installments of 60:20:20 subject to survival rate of 75% in 2nd year and 90% in 3rd year) Rs.0.30 lakh per ha.To Rs. 0.50 lakh/ha.
Sub Schemes of NHM&HMNEH under MIDH 5 Spices
(Max. 4 ha / beneficiary


Sub Schemes of NHM&HMNEH under MIDH (a) Seed Spices and Rhizomatic Spices 40% in general area, 50% in NE and TSP areas
Rs.12,000/- per ha
Rs.15,000/- per ha
Sub Schemes of NHM&HMNEH under MIDH (b) Perennial Spices (black pepper, cinnamon, clove and nutmeg) 40% in general area, 50% in NE and TSP areas Rs.20,000/- per ha
Rs.25,000/- per ha
Sub Schemes of NHM&HMNEH under MIDH 6 Flowers (Loose bulbous and cut flowers) (Maximum 2 hectares / beneficiary) 40% (small and marginal farmers), 25% other farmers (50% in NE and TSP areas) Rs.16,000/- per ha to
Rs.60,000/- per ha
Sub Schemes of NHM&HMNEH under MIDH 7 Aromatic Plants (Maximum 4  hectares/beneficiary) 40% in general area, 50% in NE and TSP areas Rs.16,000/- per ha to Rs.40,000/- per ha
Sub Schemes of NHM&HMNEH under MIDH 8 Plantation Crops (Cashew, Cocoa including replanting) (Maximum 4 hectares /  beneficiary). 40% in general, 50% in NE and TSP areas (3 installments of 60:20:20 subject to survival rate of 75% in 2nd year and 90% in 3rd year)
Rs.40,000/- per ha
with integration
Rs.20,000/- per ha
without integration
Sub Schemes of NHM&HMNEH under MIDH 9 Rejuvenation of old orchards (Maximum 2 ha/beneficiary) 50% of total cost Rs.20,000/- per ha
Sub Schemes of NHM&HMNEH under MIDH 10 Bee Keeping for Pollination Support (Maximum 50 colonies / beneficiary)
(a) Honey Bee Colony
(b) Bee Hives 50% of cost
50% of cost Rs.800/- per colony
Rs.800/- per hive
Sub Schemes of NHM&HMNEH under MIDH 11 Protected Cultivation
(a) Green House
Fan & Pad System (limited to 4000 sq m per beneficiary) Naturally Ventilated System (Maximum 4000 sq m per beneficiary)
50% of cost (15% higher for hilly areas)
50% of cost (15% higher for hilly areas) Rs.700/- to Rs.825/- per sqm.
(i) Rs.422/- to Rs. 530/-  per sq m. Tubular  structure
(ii) Rs.270/- per sq m.wooden structure
(iii) Rs.225/- per sq m.Bamboo structure

Sub Schemes of NHM&HMNEH under MIDH (b) Shade Net House:
Tubular structure (Maximum 1000 sq m per beneficiary) 50% of cost (15% higher for hilly areas)


Rs.355/- per sq m
Sub Schemes of NHM&HMNEH under MIDH Bamboo & Wooden Structure (Maximum 200 sq m per beneficiary limited to 5 units) Rs.180/- and Rs.246 per sq m. for bamboo and wooden structures respectively.
50% of cost (15% higher for hilly areas)
Sub Schemes of NHM&HMNEH under MIDH (c) Plastic Mulch 50% of cost (15% higher for hilly areas) Rs.16,000/- ha.
Sub Schemes of NHM&HMNEH under MIDH (d) Plastic Tunnel:(Maximum 1000 sq m/beneficiary) 50% of cost (15% higher for hilly areas) Rs.300/- per sq m
Sub Schemes of NHM&HMNEH under MIDH 12
Integrated Post Harvest Management

Sub Schemes of NHM,HMNEH & NHB under MIDH a) Pack house / On farm Collection & Storage unit

50% of cost

Rs.2.00 lakhs per unit with size of 9m x 6m Sub Schemes of NHM,HMNEH & NHB under MIDH b) Integrated pack house with facilities for grading, sorting etc. 35% in general areas, 50% in Hilly and scheduled areas as credit- linked back-ended subsidy
Rs.17.50 lakhs per unit with size 9m x 18m Sub Schemes of NHM,HMNEH & NHB under MIDH c) Pre Cooling Unit
Rs.8.75 lakhs per unit for 5 MT capacity Sub Schemes of NHM,HMNEH & NHB under MIDH d) Mobile Pre Cooling Unit

Sub Schemes of NHM,HMNEH & NHB under MIDH e)Cold Storage Units (Construction/Expansion and modernization) (Maximum 5000 MT capacity)
(i) Rs.2800/- per MT for Type 1
(ii) Rs.3500/- per MT for Type 2
(iii) Rs.3500/- MT for Type 2 with add on component of controlled atmosphere technology Sub Schemes of NHM,HMNEH & NHB under MIDH f) Ripening Chamber (maximum of 300 MT)
Rs.0.35 lakh/MT Sub Schemes of NHM,HMNEH & NHB under MIDH 13 B: National Bamboo Mission (NBM) under MIDH A) Production of Planting Material
i) Hi-tech Nursery (2 ha)
ii) Small Nursery (0.5 ha) 40% of cost as credit-linked back-ended subsidy i) Rs.16.00 lakhs/unit
ii) Rs.5.00 lakhs/unit Sub Schemes of NHM,HMNEH & NHB under MIDH B) Area expansion under Bamboo
i) Forest Areas/ Public land (Through JFMC/ Panchayati Raj Institutions / SHGs, Women group etc.

i) 100% of cost in three installments (50:25:25) in three years
ii) Non Forest Areas i) Rs.42,000/- ha
ii) 35% of cost in 3 installments over a period of 3 years, limited to 4 ha per beneficiary
ii) `10,500/- ha Rs.14,700/- ha with drip irrigation. C) Improvement of existing Stock / Forest in Forest areas 40% cost limited to 2 ha per beneficiary
Rs.8,000/- ha
D) Integrated Post Harvest Management


Post harvest storage and treatment facilities for bamboo 40% of cost, as credit-linked back-ended subsidy
Rs.10.00 lakhs
14 C: Natinal Horticulture Board (NHB)
A) Development of Commercial Horticulture
i) Open field conditions 
40% of project cost in general areas and 50% of project cost for NE, Hilly and scheduled areas,as credit linked back-ended subsidy.
Rs.30.00 lakhs per project (Rs.37.50 lakhs for date palm, saffron,  olive) for projects covering areas over 2ha. Sub scheme of National Horticulture Board (NHB) under MIDH ii) Protected cover 50% of project cost as credit linked back ended-subsidy. Rs.56.00 lakhs per project.
iii) Integrated Post Harvest Management Ripening Chamber, Reefer Van, Retail Outlet, Pre-
Cooling Unit etc. 35% of project cost in general areas and 50% of cost in NE, Hilly and Scheduled areas. Rs.50.75 lakhs per project. Sub scheme of National Horticulture Board (NHB) under MIDH a) Cold Storage Units
35% of project cost (50% in NE,Hilly and Scheduled areas) for capacity above 5000MT, as credit linked back ended subsidy
Rs.2660/MT for Type 1
Rs.2660/MT for Type 1
Rs.2660/MT for Type 1
with add on components of controlled atmosphere technology Sub scheme of National Horticulture Board (NHB) under MIDH 15 D. Coconut Development Board
a) Production and distribution of quality planting material

Sub scheme of Coconut Development Board (CDB) under MIDH i) Distribution of hybrids/ dwarf seedlings in Govt./private sector i) 25% of cost, for a maximum of Rs.25,000 seedlings/acre Rs.9.00 per seedling Sub scheme of Coconut Development Board (CDB) under MIDH ii) Establishment of Nucleus Coconut Garden ii) 25% of cost, for a maximum of 4 ha
Rs. 1.5 lakhs / ha Sub scheme of Coconut Development Board (CDB) under MIDH iii) Establishment of Small Coconut Nursery iii) 100% cost for both Public and Private sectors
Rs.2.00 lakhs / unit of 0.4 ha Sub scheme of Coconut Development Board (CDB) under MIDH b) Expansion of Area under Coconut



i) Normal area
25% of cost, for a maximum of 4 ha per beneficiary, in two equal installments Rs.7500 / ha Sub scheme of Coconut Development Board (CDB) under MIDH ii) Hilly and Scheduled Areas 25% of cost, for a maximum of 4 ha per beneficiary, in two equal installments Rs.15000 / ha Sub scheme of Coconut Development Board (CDB) under MIDH c) Technology Mission Coconut


i) Development and doadoption of technologies for management of insect pests and disease affected gardens 50% of cost for development and demonstration and 25% of cost for adoption Rs.25.00 lakhs for development, Rs.12.50 lakhs for demonstration and Rs. 6.25 lakhs for adoption
Sub scheme of Coconut Development Board (CDB) under MIDH ii) Development and adoption of technologies for processing and product diversification 75% of cost for development, 50% of cost for demonstration and 25% of cost for adoption Rs.26.25 lakhs for development, Rs.12.50 lakhs for demonstration and Rs.6.25 lakhs for adoption Sub scheme of Coconut Development Board (CDB) under MIDH d) Replanting & Rejuvenation of Old Coconut Gardens

Sub-scheme of CDB under MIDH
i) Cutting & removing old/senile palms at Rs.1000/- palm limited to 32 palms/ha Rs.32,000 / ha Sub scheme of Coconut Development Board (CDB) under MIDH ii)Assistance for replanting 50% of cost subject to maximum of Rs.4000/- ha Rs.40 / - per seedling Sub scheme of Coconut Development Board (CDB) under MIDH iii) Improvement of existing dococonut gardens through integrated management practices 25% of cost in two equal installments Rs.17,500 / ha Sub scheme of Coconut Development Board (CDB) under MIDH e) Coconut Palm Insurance Scheme 75% of cost of premium of which 50% of insurance premium by CDB and 25% by State Govt. Rs.3.52 per palm for trees in the age group of 4-15 years and Rs.4.76/ palm in the age group of 16-60 years Sub scheme of Coconut Development Board (CDB) under MIDH

Mission for Integrated Development of Horticulture (MIDH) with sub schemes NHM, HMNEH, National Bamboo Mission, Coconut Development Board and National Horticulture Board.

  • Hectare unless otherwise stated
  • Cost norms means upper limit of cost for calculation of subsidy
Whom to Contact?

District Horticulture Officer/Dy. Director (Horticulture) at District Level and Director, Horticulture at State level.

Source:Department of Agriculture & Cooperation


 

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