Integrated Cereal Development Program (Rice)

PROGRAMME DETAILS

1.  SCHEME CODE                      :     MP-A-01  

2.  PROGRAMME  NAME         :    Integrated Cereal Development                                                                                 Programme  (Rice)

3. OBJECT OF PROGRAMME   :  To increase production and productivity                                                                of Rice 

4.  PRESENT STATUS            

Area, Production &  Productivity  of Paddy    crop is as under (Pridiction) :-             

Year

RICE

AREA in ?ooo Hec

Production in ?000 MT

Productivity in Kg. Per Hectare

2002-03

17.20

19.50

1135

2003-04

17.80

21.60

1200

5.    ANALYSIS OF LAST THREE YEAR :

                                                                                                            Rs. in Lakh

YEAR

CENTRAL SHARE

EXPENDITURE

Previous Balance

Release

Total Amt. Available

Central

State

Total

2000-01

-0.41

70.50

70.09

102.72

22.39

125.12

2001-02

0

157.50

157.50

81.82

9.09

90.91

2002-03*

0

149.50

149.50

58.97

6.55

65.52

*  - Position upto December 2002                                                                                                                

6.   AREA OF OPERATION               :    All 45 Districts of Madhya  Pradesh.

7.   MAJOR AREAS OF CONCERN :       

1.   Sowing is mostly done by broadcasting method.

2.    Paddy cultivation in upland and unsuitable areas.

3.   Non-availability of suitable High Yielding Varieties and Hybrid seeds.

4.   High incidence of  Insect-pests and diseases.

5.    Problem of Weeds.

6.   Erratic rainfall pattern.

7. Lack of area specific technology.

8.      Drought resistant early varieties

9.      Im-balanced and low fertiliser use

10.   Small area under assured irrigation

11.    Low seed replacement rate

8.  INTERVENTIONS:

1. Popularisation of line sowing.

2.   Replacement of upland paddy with suitable, sustainable crop.

3.   Inclusion of improved method of planting. large scale of population of green manuaring for paddy..

4.       More emphasis on Organic farming , Integrated Nutrient Management and Integrated Pest Management.

5.   Discouraging farmers for summer cultivation of paddy.

6.   Strengthening of training facilities  to farmers and Extension workers.

7.  Pre-monsoon nursery raising in irrigated area

8. Increase in seed replacement rate

9.    PROPOSED PROGRAMME  COMPONENTS:

S.No.

COMPONENTS

EXPLANATION IN SUPPORT OF COMPONENT

1

Purchase of Breeder seedFor easy availability of latest varieties to ensure  higher seed replacement rate

2

Incentive on production of

a.    Foundation seed

 b.  Certified seed

To ensure large availability of foundation & certified seed.

3

Incentive on distribution of certified seed

To increase seed replacement rate

4

Integrated Nutrient Management :

  Subsidy on Zinc Sulphate/ Zypsum / Pyrite

33 Distt. are deficient in Zinc &  Sulphur, hence use of Zinc Sulphate / Zypsum / Pyrite  is to be promoted

5

Plant Protection

a. Subsidy on sprayer / duster

-Hand operated

-Power operated

b   Weedicide

To promote use of weedicides, insecticides and fungicides.

Weed control through labour is a major problem . To overcome  this, it is essential to provide incentives on use of weedicides .

6

Field Demonstration

a.   Technological Demonstration

b.Cultivation on Paddy bunds

i.      Arhar

ii.    Castor

iii.   Sesamum

c.      Bund formation on unbunded

Fields

To disseminate new technology among the farmers. Intensive farming for utilization of bunds & bund formation on periphery of paddy fields.

7

Seed Treatment

a.   Seed Treating Material

  b.    Seed Treating Drum

It is an important measure to protect crop from seed borne diseases.

8

Training :

a.   State level Workshop

b.   Training of Trainer

c.     Training of staff

d.     Training of farmer

For effective transfer of technology to the farmers & extension workers.

9

Technology Transfer Lab to land & Land to Lab :

a. Farmers visit

b.   Interface at Agro-climatic zones

Problems of field may be discussed face to face with the scientists and solutions  may be tested in the field

10

Contingency

For POL etc.

10. JUSTIFICATION :

1.        Approximately 17 lakh hectares area in Madhya Pradesh is sown under paddy crop, but  productivity is far below the national average  data ( M.P.:1073 Kgs per hectare ; INDIA 2807 Kgs per Hectare). In order to achieve the national productivity  level this programme needs special thrust. For this we plan to step-up the productivity level upto 1500 Kgs per hectare by 2002-03

2.     Special efforts are needed  to introduce hybrid rice seed production and cultivation specially where sufficient irrigation water is available. Popularization of new High yielding varieties of early and medium duration is a priority. Purchase of breeder seed, production of foundation and certified seed and distribution of certified seed among the cultivator for popularisation of newly released varieties.

3.      Introducing low input technology and imparting training not only to the farmers, but also to Trainers and Extension Workers upto Block level .

4.     Conducting 3 Field Demonstrations per year per Block in all Rice growing areas to demonstrate the effectiveness of technology like, new High Yielding Varieties, Organic Farming, INM, IPM etc. Cultivation on paddy field bunds for intensive farming and bund formation on periphery of unbunded paddy fields.

5.       Integrated Nutrient Management as a coherent strategy  needs to be given top priority . Most of the soils are poor in micro-nutrients  especially Zinc and Sulphur. To cover-up this deficiency, provision of   subsidy is being proposed on use of Zinc sulphate . Efforts to popularise green manuring and its seed production has also been included. In the proposed programme .

6.        Paddy crop suffers from very high incidence of  number of insect-pest attacks  and diseases. Subsidy on Seed Treating material and Seed Treating Drums, Sprayers and Dusters has been included in the programme.

7.        Weeds are major problem in Kharif Rice crop  especially in direct sown upland and early-medium varieties.  Subsidy on weedicides to small and marginal farmers especially tribals is a must.

8.        Technology transfer from research to farmers and problem of farmers to research, farmers visit and interface at agro-climate level has been included in the programme

11        OUTLAY PROPOSED  CONTRIBUTION OF GOI & STATE GOVT.

Year

GOI

State

Total

2003-04

70.00

7.78

77.78

 

PROPOSED PROGRAMME COMPONENTS (ICDP-Rice)

Physical Targets & Financial Requirements 2003-04

Rs. in Lakh

S.No.

Component

Unit

Assistance

Rs./Unit

2003-04

Physical

Financial

1

Purchase of Breeder Seed

Qtls.

2000

200

4.00

2

Incentives on production of :

Qtls.

Qtls.

200

200

2000

4000

4.00

8.00

3

Incentive on distribution of certified seed

Qtls.

200

3000

6.00

4

Integrated Nutrient Management

Hect.

25% or 500

1000

5.00

5

Plant Protection

-          -          Hand Operated

-          -          Power Operated

Nos

Nos

Hect.

25% or 600

25% or 2000

25% or 500

500

50

200

3.00

1.00

1.00

6

Seed Treatment :

Hect.

Nos

25

25% or 500

7500

161

1.76

0.80

7

Sprinkler Set/Pipe line/rain gun

Nos

Nos

25% or 5500

25% or 3630

125

11.42

8

Training

Nos

50000

28000

20000

20000

1

7

45

45

0.50

1.96

9.00

9.00

9

Field Demonstration:

Technology DemonstrationCultivation on paddy bunds

-          -              Arhar

-          -          Castor

-          -          Sesamum

Bund formation on unbunded fields

Acre

Nos

Nos

Nos

Acre

1000

30

50

15

 1000

500

4000

1500

1000

700

5.00

1.20

0.75

0.15

7.00

10

Technology Transfer Lab to land & Land to Lab :

Farmers VisitInterface at Agro-climatic Zones

Nos

Nos

50000

20000

            3           

           4

1.50

0.80

11

Communication support :

Through printed MaterialThrough Electonic Material

Nos

Nos

25000

25000

3

1

0.75

0.25

12

Contingency

District

15000

45

6.75

Total

   

77.78

GOI Share 90%

   

70.00

State Share 10%

   

7.78

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