Integrated Cereal Development Programme ( Coarse Cereal )

PROGRAMME  DETAILS

1.  SCHEME CODE        :           M.P. ? A-02

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

3. OBJECT OF PROGRAMME  : To    increase     production    and                                                             productivity of Wheat, Jowar, Bajra and  Kodo-Kutki.

4. PRESENT STATUS (Pridiction):

5. ANALYSIS OF LAST THREE YEARS:

Upto December 2002

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

7. MAJOR  AREAS OF CONCERN :

1.     Large area  under rainfed farming.

2.      Inadequate availability of superior quality of HYV seeds suited to area specific farming conditions.

3.   Inadequate and imbalanced use of fertilisers, Micro-nutrients & Bio-fertilisers.

4.        Lack of area specific technology.

5.         Drainage congestion in low lying areas specially in canal commands.

6.     Lack of training and  extension material to disseminate the available technology.

8.   INTERVENTIONS:

1.  Re-organisation of seed production and distribution system.

2. Greater emphasis on Organic farming, Integrated Nutrient Management extension system.

3. Improvement in irrigation and water management system.

4. Strengthening of training facilities to farmers as well as to the Extension workers.

5.  Use of electronic media and better utilisation of publicity system.

9. PROPOSED PROGRAMME COMPONENTS :

S.No.

COMPONENTS

EXPLANATION IN SUPPORT OF COMPONENT

1

Purchase of Breeder seed

For easy availability of latest varieties to ensure  higher seed replacement rate.

2

Incentive on production of :

a. Foundation seed

b.  Certified seed.

  For rapid multiplication of seed  and to ensure large availability of  foundation & certified seed.

3

Incentive on :

a.Foundation seed distribution

b.Certified seed distribution

  To increase the seed replacement rate

4

Integrated Nutrient Management :

 a.   Subsidy on use of Zinc Sulphate

 b.   Gypsum/ Pyrite.

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

5

Plant Protection :

 Subsidy on Sprayers and Dusters :

a.     Hand Operated

b.   Power operated

c. Weedicide/Herbicide

To promote use of weedicides, insecticides and fungicides.

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

6

Seed Treatment :

a.     Seed Treating material

 b.    Seed Treating Drum

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

7

Pipe lines

For efficient water utilization

8

Trainings :

a.     State Level Workshop

b. Training of trainers

c.    Training of  extension workers

d.     Training of  farmers

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

9

Technology Demonstration

a.    Field Demonstration

b.     Diversion of crops

c.       Popularization of intercrops

d.    Cultivation on bunds

Intensive farming for utilization of  bunds and popularize inter-cropping system for risk coverage

10

Technology Transfer

 a.           Lab to Land & Land to Lab

b       Farmers visit

c.     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

11

Contingencies ( POL)

To meet-out the cost of boards & POL etc.

10.   JUSTIFICATIONS:

1. Under  this programme thrust  will be on wheat. In Rabi, wheat crop productivity of wheat and other Coarse cereal crops.

2.  In order to increase availability of  certified quality seeds, subsidy for seed is also included in the programme

3. Low cost production technologies, like use of Bio-fertilisers, are to be popularised  through Technology Demonstrations.

4.To counter the Zinc and sulphurs deficiency, subsidy is proposed on use of Zinc Sulphate / Zypsum / Pyrite.

5. To combat the pest and disease attack and reduce the menace of weeds, disease and fungus, seed treatment component is also included.

6. To enhance irrigation facilities and to utilize maximum irrigation potential, distribution of pipe lines on subsidy  basis has been included in the programme.

7. State level Workshop shall be held every year to have an interface between Trainers and Extension staff shall be imparted  in addition to farmers .

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

9. Weeds are the major problem of cereal crops in kharif as well as Rabi crops,hence subsidy on weedicide is proposed.

11    OUTLAY PROPOSED  CONTRIBUTION OF GOI & STATE GOVT.

Year

GOI

State

Total

2003-04

370.00

41.11

411.11

PROPOSED PROGRAMME COMPONENTS (ICDP-Coarse Cereal)

Physical Targets & Financial Requirements 2003-04

 

S.No.

Component

Unit

Assistance

Rs./Unit

2003-04

Physical

Financial

1

Purchase of Breeder Seed

Qtls.

2000

1300

26.00

2

Incentives on production of :

Qtls.

Qtls.

200

200

5200

10.40

3

Incentive on distribution of certified seed / foundation seeds

Qtls.

200

13600

27.20

4

Integrated Nutrient Management

Hect.

25% or 500

25% or 500

7000

7000

35.00

35.00

5

Plant Protection

-          -          Hand Operated

-          -          Power Operated

Nos

Nos

Hect.

55% or 600

25% or 2000

25% or 500

9000

3500

4180

54.00

70.00

20.90

6

Seed Treatment :

Hect.

Nos

50

25% or 500

15000

600

7.50

3.00

7

Sprinkler Set/Pipe line/ rain gun

Nos

Nos

25% or 7500

25% or 5000

1000

50.95

8

Training

Nos

50000

28000

20000

10000

2

16

60

313

1.00

3.92

12.00

31.30

9

Field Demonstration:

Nos

Nos

Nos

Nos

1000

100

60

30

1000

1790

750

9967

10.00

1.79

0.45

2.92

10

Technology Transfer Lab to land & Land to Lab :

Nos

Nos

50000

20000

4

4

2.00

0.80

11

Contingency

District

30000

45

13.50

Total

   

411.11

GOI Share 90%

   

370.00

State Share 10%

   

41.11

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