Integrated Pest Management

1.      SCHEME CODE                     :   MP-A-05

2.     PROGRAMME NAME          :  Integrated Pest Management (IPM) 

3.     OBJECT OF PROGRAMME :

1. Checking of the indiscriminate use of Pesticides which causes    ecological and environmental degradation.

2. Effective Quality Control of Pesticides .

3. Promotion of Bio-pesticides

4. To promote use of safer Pesticides

5. To conserve natural parasites and predators

6. Promotion of Light traps mechanical tool for insect pest control.

4.    PRESENT STATUS :

1.         At present Department of Agriculture is continuously advocating the judicious use of pesticides so that indiscriminate use of pesticides can be checked.

2.     Training and demonstration is continuously given to the Extension staff and the farmers for promotion of judicious use of pesticides and insecticides.

5.    ANALYSIS OF LAST THREE YEARS:

                                                                                                               

YEAR

CENTRAL SHARE

EXPENDITURE

Previous Balance

Release

Total Amt. Available

Central

State

Total

2000-01

-

12.60

12.60

12.11

1.34

13.45

2001-02

-

90.00

90.00

74.62

8.29

82.91

2002.03*

-

132.00

132.00

93.95

10.44

104.39

            * Expenditure upto Dec. 2002.

6.    AREA OF OPERATION :  All 45 districts of the State.

7.     MAJOR AREAS OF CONCERN :

        Insufficient training facilities and IPM demonstrations Lack of knowledge regarding natural control of pest & diseases

8.      INTERVENTIONS :

1. Promotion of IPM as State wide campaign.

2. Re-structuring the training facilities to the extension workers & farmers for IPM.

9.      PROPOSED PROGRAMME COMPONENTS :

S.No.

COMPONENTS

EXPLANATION IN SUPPORT OF NEW COMPONENT

1

 IPM training

a.     a.     TrainersTraining

b.     b.      Extension Workers  Training

c.   Farmers Training

  Encouragement for integrated use   of inputs and other practices under

  IPM and  Checking indiscriminate use of pesticides which causes ecological and environmental degradation along-with effective quality control of insecticides & pesticides

2

Strengthening of pesticide Lab IIIIdfddddinclude chemical & glass ware

3

  Literature/Extension/Electronic Media

4

 IPM Demonstrations

·        ·        Crop Demonstration

·        ·        Machnical Process Demo(Light Trap)

5

IPM Demonstration cum Training

6

 Subsidy on Bio-pesticides/agents

7

 Cost of pesticides samples

8

Strengthning of bio Lab.

 

9

State lavel  workshop

 

10       JUSTIFICATIONS :

1. Encouragement of judicious and integrated use of agricultural inputs and other practices under IPM.

2. IPM Training :

1. Under this scheme there will be emphasis on training on IPM to trainers,extension workers as well as to the farmers.

2. Publicity would be on top of the agenda to appraise the farmers timely about advent of pests and insects.

11  OUTLAY PROPOSED  CONTRIBUTION OF GOI & STATE GOVT.

Year

GOI

State

Total

2003-04

134.00

14.89

148.89

PROPOSED PROGRAMME COMPONENTS

(Integrated Pest Management)

Physical Targets & Financial Requirements 2003-04

 

S.No.

Component

Unit

Assistance

Rs./Unit

2003-04

Physical

Financial

1

IPM Training :

Trainers TrainingExtension Workers TrainingFarmers Training

Nos.

28000

28000

6000

7

45

313

1.96

12.60

18.78

2

IPM Demonstration:

Crop DemonstrationMechanical Process Demo (Light Trap)

Hect

Nos.

1500

600

1200

1250

18.00

7.50

3

IPM Demonstration cum Training

Nos.

6000

626

37.56

4

Subsidy on Bio-pesticides / agents

Hect.

500

5000

25.00

5

Cost of Pesticides samples

Nos.

  

7.10

6

Strengthening of Bio-Lab

Nos.

  

5.00

7

Strengthening of Pesticide Labinclude chemical & glass ware

Nos.

  

10.00

8

Literature/Extension/Electronic Media

   

5.00

9

State lavel  workshop

Nos

50000

1

0.50

Total

   

149.00

GOI Share 90%

   

134.00

State Share 10%

   

14.89

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