New Records set in Production Productivity Rice Foodgrains

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National Conference on Agriculture Rabi Campaign : 2011-12 Assam's Perspectives Presentation by – R.T.Jindal APC, Assam 14 th & 15 th September, 2011

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The presentation initially

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Assam Agriculture – General Profile

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Agricultural Growth in Assam Government of Assam 5

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Production of Rice (lakh MT) 50.86 44.08 40.70 33.19 Assam has gotten to be 8 th biggest maker in India in regard of Rice (Ranked 12 th in 2006-07) . 29.16 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

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Rice Productivity Assam opposite National Average (Kg. per hectare) National Average 271 360 540 774 Gap 782 Assam

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Production of Foodgrains (lakh MT) 52.31 45.55 42.24 34.71 30.63 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

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New Records set in Production & Productivity (Rice & Foodgrains)

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Record Breaking Performance of Assam in Agriculture gets National Recognition Assam is pronounced as the " Highest Ranked State " among Group 2 States for best execution in delivering Foodgrains, in this way got to be qualified for honor of Rs. 2.0 crore. The classification II States incorporate Orissa, Tamil Nadu, Gujarat, Chattisgarh, Jharkhand, Uttrakhand, Jammu & Kashmir, Himalchal Prsdesh other than Assam. Assam has likewise positioned 1 st for execution in Rice among every one of the States. Leader Dr. Manmohan Singh displaying KRISHI KARMAN AWARD to Hon'ble Chief Minister.

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Production of Horticultural Crops (lakh MT) 69.03 66.94 63.53 61.01 60.19 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

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Productivity of Horticultural Crops Assam opposite National Average (Kg. per hectare) (2009-10)

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Horticulture Surplus in 2010-11 (in MT)

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Comparative Study of Productivity

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Weather Scenario : Kharif, 2011 Monthwise Rainfall

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Kharif Crop Assessment : 2011

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Kharif Crop Assessment : 2011

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Kharif Assessment In Kharif 2011, overall the circumstance is promising in light of the fact that – Though inadequate, the precipitation circulation is positive. No significant harm of harvest because of surge. No bug & malady episode. Schematic support in time. The Weather Watch Report reflecting more territory scope in Kharif Rice than 2010-11. Other than Rice, the possibility of Jute, Kharif Pulse & Oilseeds is by all accounts similarly great.

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Rabi Crop Prospects : 2011-12 A. Zone Coverage :

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Rabi Crop Prospects : 2011-12 B. Generation of Crops :

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Rabi Crop Prospects : 2011-12 C. Profitability of Crops :

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Major markers : Assam opposite India

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Farm Mechanization & Irrigation

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Seed Replacement Rate (SRR)

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Requirement & accessibility of Seeds

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Seed Testing Seed Treatment

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Requirement & accessibility of Fertilizers

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Integrated Nutrient Management (INM) (through departmental activity)

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Agricultural Credit

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Credit related difficulties

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NFSM - Rice : Impact of usage (13 NFSM areas)

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NFSM - Rice : Action Plan for 2011-12

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NFSM - Pulse : Action Plan for 2011-12

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Implementation of A3P amid Kharif, 2011 Proposed program of A3P amid Rabi, 2011

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RKVY : Program for 2011-12

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RKVY : Program for 2011-12

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BGREI : 2010-11 (executed in 2011-12)

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BGREI : Program for 2011-12

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HMNEH

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Issues Of Concern Low Productivity : Rice is the major foodgrain edit. Most astounding Rice profitability (2010-11) i.e. 1969 Kg. per hectare when contrasted with national normal of 2240 Kg. per hectare. Small & divided land holding : Average land holding : 1.11 hectare against national normal of 1.33 hectare. Seed Certification : Seed Certification Agency (ASSCA) essentially dead. Net yield zone under guaranteed water system : Only 22.5%. Nonappearance of electrical network constrains agriculturists to utilize diesel run pump sets making expense of generation high. Utilization of compost : 67 Kg. per hectare against 129 Kg. per hectare at national level. Unimportant uses of Micronutrients : Applied in just in 5% of Net Cropped Area.

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Issues of Concern Availability of Farm Power : 0.70 HP per hectare against national normal of 1.20 HP for every hectare. Feeble promoting framework (Villages associated with metalled Road) : 35% Low credit stream : 82% homestead families are denied of farming credit through KCCs. Obtainment : High dampness substance of Paddy makes it unfit for acquisition by FCI/State Agencies.

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Issues for Intervention by GOI

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Thank all of you

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