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  • Slide 1 - Agriculture Maharashtra
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  • Slide 3 - Agro-climatic zones of Maharashtra
  • Slide 4 - Land Utilisation Pattern Area fig. in “00’ ha.
  • Slide 5 - VIDARBHA MARATHWADA KHANDESH WESTERN MAHARASHTRA KONKAN Area (Lakh Ha.) Normal Kharif Rabi 5.12 0.32 20.21 3.22 20.53 25.03 40.23 20.56 48.89 7.15 134.98 56.28
  • Slide 6 - VIDARBHA MARATHWADA KHANDESH WESTERN MAHARASHTRA KONKAN
  • Slide 7 - Drought Prone Areas Drought Prone Areas Coastal Line - Sub humid climate Other part - Dry climate
  • Slide 8 - Land Holding Pattern
  • Slide 9 - Infrastructure Villages (40412)connected by All weather roads - 38483, Fair weather roads - 1397 APMCs - 294 Cotton Ginning Units - 459 Ginning & pressing Units - 405 Primary Agril. Societies - 21000 (Members- 120 lakh) Agricultural Universities - 4 Agricultural colleges - 88 ( 25 Govt. & 61 Pvt., 2 aided) Centers for capacity Building – State agril. Extension Management Training Institute –SAMETI, Nagpur Regional Agril. Extension Management Training Institute– RAMETI (7)
  • Slide 10 - Agriculture Infrastructure Six National Research Centres Cotton, Orange, Pomegranate, Grape, Onion & Soil Survey Post Harvest Training Centre at Talegaon, Dist-Pune, One of its kind in Country Crop based organisations – MAHA GRAPE, MAHA MANGO, MAHA BANANA, MAHAGRAPE, Pomegranate, Floriculture association, Orange Soil Testing Labs – 118 (29 Public , 89 Private) Residue Testing Labs – 2 Bio- control lab - 10 Fertiliser testing labs - 5 Pesticide Testing Labs- 4 Seed Testing Labs - 3 Agro polyclinic - 231 Taluka Seed Farm - 194 Horticulture nurseries - 1373
  • Slide 11 - National Average – 41.90 % IRRIGATION STATUS OF MAHARASHTRA  Flow - 17.33 lakh Ha.  Wells - 20.77 lakh Ha.  Total - 38.10 lakh Ha.  Percentage- 16.89 % Surface Irrigation Well Irrigation
  • Slide 12 - 12 WATERSHED DEVELOPMENT Bringing Stability in Rainfed Agriculture Total geographical area 307 lakh Ha. Area available for S&WC treatment 241 lakh Ha. Area Treated so far 110 lakh Ha. Balance Area 131 lakh Ha Area to be treated in XIth plan 50 lakh Ha. Total no. of micro watershed - 44185 Micro Watershed started no. - 27573 Micro Watershed Completed no- 10900 Ongoing micro watersheds no - 16673
  • Slide 13 -  Area under Organic cultivation -------- 6.50 Lakh Ha.  Area Registered for Certification ----- 1.14 Lakh Ha. Certified ----------------------------- 0.42 lakh Ha. Under conversion ------------ 0.72 lakh Ha.  Total Vermicompost units ---------- 1.26 lakh  Total Biodynamic compost depot ---- 2.02 lakh  Identified Service Provider ----------- 91 N.G.O.  Developed Model Organic Farm ----- 37 farms  Major Crops ------ Cotton, Cereals, Fruits & Vegetables etc. Organic Farming
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  • Slide 16 - Fertilizer Consumption (2007-08)
  • Slide 17 - Quality Control
  • Slide 18 - Maharashtra’s Response to Agriculture Historical Perspective First State to adopt Dry Land Farming Technology. Pioneer in Horticulture Development through EGS to promote higher income & more employment in farming sector State Seed Corporation – First farmers company in seed sector Pioneers in Co-operative network Sugar factories, Dairies,Water user association. Corporate Horticulture Company Four State Agricultural Universities Very effective & Research based Farmers Organisations
  • Slide 19 - Major Emerging Concerns Un-viable farming Lack of diverification in Crops & Other activities in Vidarbha & Marathwada Land locked areas in Marathwada & Vidarbha Lack of infrastructures, markets, roads, railway rake points, airport Infrastructural Bottle necks Roads, Market facility, irrigation, Tribal area Input dissemination , poor credit, Bank facility
  • Slide 20 - Production of cotton in Million bales of 170 kg each
  • Slide 21 - During 2007-08 due to satisfactory and well distributed rainfall resulted into highest production
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  • Slide 23 - Strategy Bridging Yield Gaps Increasing & improvement in irrigation improving irrigation, coverage of watershed, Massive Farm pond programme & drip irrigation Improvement in Market Infrastructure collaboration with the external agencies Improvement in Communication Roads, ICT & Strengthening the enter relationship by convergence Empowering Farmer through Market & Price discovery Training in skills to earn higher income Preparing for exploiting global opportunities in fruits & vegetables While emphasizin dual approach increase in farmers income food security, will be given equal impotiance.
  • Slide 24 - National 2001 2082 782 803 687 980 273 64.47MT Average Bridging The Yield Gaps
  • Slide 25 - Strategy Bridging Yield Gaps through Supply of Quality input supply Effective extension Improving agriculture Research & extension interaction Promoting FFS by emphasizing skill transfer to staff as well as farmers Emphasizing Soil Health Programme Diversified farming which includes Horticulture, Dairy & Animal Husbandry and Watershed infrastructure
  • Slide 26 - Item S.C. S.T. A) 10th five year plan 1) Beneficiaries 0.59 lakh 0.18 lakh Covered (no’s.) Expenditure incurred (Rs. In crores) 182.23 52.32 B) 11th five year plan preceding two years 1) Beneficiaries 0.38 lakh 0.14 lakh Covered (no’s.) 2) Expenditure incurred (Rs. In crores) 158.28 38.94 Proposed programme for next three years 1) Beneficiaries to be 0.79 lakh 0.16 lakh Covered (no’s.) 2) Outlay proposed (Rs. In crores) 286.14 81.00 Empowering socially unprivileged farmers (S.C. & S.T. ) State ‘s initiatives for the poverty alleviation of S.C. & S.T. farmers Implementation of Special Component Plan for S.C. & Tribal Sub Plan for S.T.
  • Slide 27 - SC & ST farmers should be trained in Modern Farming, agri business, Dairy Horticulture etc. Priority in Land development, Farm ponds & mechanisation At least one youth from each family will trained in Horticulture, dairy & other avenues like dairy, poultry, sericulture, bee-keeping, Medicinal plants to generate income and employment. This will be done through training of this youth through the RAMETI & SAMETI Empowering socially unprivileged farmers (S.C. & S.T. )
  • Slide 28 - Konkan Paddy - Increase area under Hy. Rice, Use of Urea DAP briquettes , Popularising “Chatu-Sutri”-Four point paddy production technology Cashewnut - Area expansion , Productivity enhancement , Promotion of organic cashew Mango - Area expansion under Alphonso , Post harvest management including better transportation of mango, Adoption of GAP Construction of Konkan Jalkund, Check dams, Diversion Bundhara Western Maharashtra & Khandesh Sugarcane - increase productivity & release area for foodgrains and soybean Soybean – increase area & productivity Grapes & Banana – major stress on export Pomegranate - area expansion in DPAP blocks Floriculture & high value vegetables- cultivation under controlled conditions Promote organic fruits & vegetables More emphasis on ICM & IPM for horticultural crops like Pomegranate, Grapes Promote floriculture & Cold chain Region based Crop strategies
  • Slide 29 - Marathwada Cotton - Increase the yield & promote Clean & quality cotton Maize - Increase the area for cattle feed & industrial use Oilseeds & pulses - Bridge the yield gaps Promote the cultivation of sweet oranges, mangoes & banana Kharif sorghum - Promote industrial use Discourage the cultivation of sugarcane and divert the area under soybean & gram Promote protective irrigation through the farm ponds, dug wells and other water harvesting structures Region based Crop strategies
  • Slide 30 - VIDARBHA Paddy- SRI method for increasing productivity Soybean- increase the area & productivity Cotton- promoting Clean & quality cotton through contract farming, reduction in cost of cultivation through INM & IPM Organic cotton & mandarin promotion campaign Pulses – promoting as intercrop in soybean and cotton Mandarin Orange – improving the quality & productivity through improved packages of cultivation and quality planting material Promoting PHM of mandarin orange through better packing , transportation & preservation Promoting Public Private partnership to develop clusters of pulses, vegetables, flowers & fruits for the ultimate market in the urban areas Water harvesting through farm ponds, dug wells, check dams, malgujari tanks & bodis Region based Crop Strategies
  • Slide 31 - Mechanization in Agriculture Promoting small planters and harvesters in paddy & sugarcane Promoting mechanization for Orchards Management Promoting custom hiring facility for farmers through State Farms. Promoting grading & processing facility for soyabean Dal Mills Sugarcane Rotavators Harvesters in Wheat and soyabean
  • Slide 32 - Seed Infrastructure Facilities MSSCL & NSC is major public sector organisation in seed production and distribution 156 Private seed producers Private & Public sector produces 18 lakh qtls. seed 150 Seed processing Plants Average Capacity – 400 qtls/day 4 SAUS are engaged in Breeder & Foundation seed production. Director, Seed Certification – agency for Seed certification
  • Slide 33 - Strengthening of Seed Infra-structure Facilities Proposal.
  • Slide 34 - Strengthening of Seed Infra-structure Facilities Proposal. (For MSSCL, Akola)
  • Slide 35 - Seed Village Scheme Plan Name of Implementing Agency.- MSSCL, Akola. No. Of Villages - 3000 Expected Farmers - 150000 Area of Seed Production - 30000 Ha. (0.50 Acres per farmer) Total Seed requirement In qtls. - 18825 A) 50% Cost of Seed - 3.23Crore B) Training of Farmers -4.50 Crore. C) Storage Bins (25% Subsidy - 3.75 Crores Total Funds required - 11.48 Crore.
  • Slide 36 - Target for the 11th FYP - 50 Lakh Ha. Area to be developed every year - 10 Lakh Ha. 3.  Area developed during last 2 years - 16 Lakh Ha. 3. Area to be developed in next 3 years - 34 Lakh Ha. 4. Amount required - 3400 Crs. Natural Resource Management Watershed Development Plan (11th FYP )
  • Slide 37 - Incentivising In-situ Moisture Conservation Treatments Proposed Contour cultivation, Strip cropping, Inter cropping, mix cropping compartment bunding, opening of furrow in standing crop, opening of dead furrow, ridges & tide furrow Mulching Award to Gram panchayat State level-I/II/III - Rs. 10/5/3.00 lakh Regional level -I/II - Rs. 2.50/ 2.00 lakh District level -I/II – Rs 1.50/ 1.00 lakh
  • Slide 38 - Recent Initiatives
  • Slide 39 - Krishi Vigyan Mandal , Farmer Field Scools Soil health improvement project Soil Health Cards ( 3.5 lakh), organic matter recycling Efficient use of Water In-situ moisture conservation, micro irrigation ( 5.51 lakh ha.) Crop Planning according to agro climatic conditions Selection of crops suitable to available soil & climate Increasing Seed Replacement rate Seed Village Programme ( 5 lakh Qtls) To increase fertilizer use efficiency Soil testing,Efficiency of Inputs to be used, use of urea briquettes, Ensuring the availability of best inputs . Plant Protection Integrated Pest Management -cost reduction method MAHAPIC Maharashtra Agriculture Productivity Improvement Campaign
  • Slide 40 - Seed Village Programme For insuring quality seed availability, During 2008-09. Seed production programme organised on - 39,663 ha. Producing 5,77,500 quintals seed, On farmers fields
  • Slide 41 - Soil Health Cards Massive programme for distribution of soil analysis including micro nutrients & distribution of Soil Health Cards A massive drive of testing 2,20,000 soil samples ( 5 from each village) are taken during 2008-09 . Help to generate fertility index maps for all the villages . This maps in turn will enable us to bring qualitative improvement in nutrient management.
  • Slide 42 - ToF & FFS to Promote IPM Since begining * No. of ToF Held - 80, * Total facilitators – 2374 Farmers Trained – 9.37 lakh Plan
  • Slide 43 - Krishi Dindi An Integrated Extension initiative..
  • Slide 44 - Concept Integrated and Aggressive Extension campaign. Creating awareness among farmers about new farmingTechnologies. Active peoples participation. Awareness about Government schemes and initiatives. Disseminating knowledge and techniques… Soil health. Package of practices of Crops. I.P.M. I.N.M. Improved Agriculture Implements. Organic Farming. Micro Irrigation. Post Harvest Management. Watershed Development.
  • Slide 45 - Salient Features The theme conceptualized and planned at State level involving Field officers. Duration - 1st may 2009 to 31st May 2009. Pre planned route covering Revenue Circle Villages/important Market places of districts. Covering Two villages per day. Five extension personnel from each district identified and trained at Pune and Amravati for delivering technology. Participation of line department like Animal Husbandry, Dairy, Fisheries, , co-opersation, Seri culture, Irrigation etc Major components Krishi Dindi Rath/ Chariot Mobile Agriculture Exhibition. Method demonstrations. Audio & Video shows. Technological power point presentations. Work shops. Interactions with progressive farmers.
  • Slide 46 - Status of Implementation of Schemes
  • Slide 47 - Total district -33 C-DAP completed -18 dist. C-Dap Incomplete -15 dist C-DAP’s will be completed by end of May 2009 Status of Formulation of Comprehensive District Agriculture Plan Rashtriy Krushi Vikas Yojana
  • Slide 48 - 2007-08 fund received = Rs.128.20 crores 2008-09 fund received = Rs.261.77 crores Total Amount Received from GOI = Rs.389.97 cores Total Fund utilized at the end of May 09 = Rs. 186.00 crore(48%) Total Project sanctioned by SLSC = Rs. 460.76 crore Grants Received and expenditure by the end of April 2009 Rashtriy Krushi Vikas Yojana
  • Slide 49 - Progress of Projects Rs.In Crore
  • Slide 50 - Convergence of farm ponds with Various Schemes Pump sets will be supplied to the beneficiaries /group of beneficiaries from various schemes viz. NFSM Sprinkler sets will be supplied from various schemes and sets supplied earlier will also be used for protective irrigation. Cotton demonstrations will be arranged on farm ponds.
  • Slide 51 - ONION STORAGE STRUCTURE SCHEME UNDER RKVY Total Amount Sanctioned for 08-09 : Rs.15 crores Utilization of Fund - 100 % Total Targeted capacity - 1,00,000 MT Achieved storage capacity - 1,10,789 MT No of Beneficiaries - 4773 Nos Districts covered – Nashik, Ahmednagar, Pune, Dhule, Solapur, Satara, Beed, Aurangabad, Akola
  • Slide 52 - ONION CHAWL CONSTRUCTED UNDER THE RKVY SCHEME
  • Slide 53 - UPGRADATION OF PACS GODOWNS UNDER RKVY Total Amount sanctioned - Rs 20 crores Utilization of Funds – 100 % Total Godowns Identified - 800 Godowns Rejuvenated – 772 Nos.
  • Slide 54 - National Food Security Mission Rice - 6 districts Bhandara, Chandrapur, Gadchiroli, Gondia, Nasik, Pune Wheat - 8 Districts Ahmednagar, Aurangabad, Dhule, Nagpur, Nasik, Parbhani, Pune, Solapur Pulses - 18 Districts Ahmednagar, Akola, Amravati, Aurangabad, Buldhana, Chandrapur, Hingoli, Jalgaon, Jalana, Latur, Nagpur, Nanded, Nasik, Osmanabad, Parbhani, Wardha, Wasim, Yavatmal
  • Slide 55 - Area, Production & Productivity Area in lakh ha., Production in lakh MT, Productivity in Kg/ha.) National Food Security Mission
  • Slide 56 - Progress Report up to March - 2009 National Food Security Mission
  • Slide 57 - NFSM – Expenditure Rs. In Lacs
  • Slide 58 - HORTICULTURE
  • Slide 59 - Available Horticulture Setup Total area under fruit crops : 16.64 lakh ha. Area under Vegetable Crops : 4.77 lakh ha. Area under Spices crops : 2.10 lakh ha. Area under floriculture : 0.16 lakh ha. Area under Protected Floriculture : 375 ha. One Floriculture park. One Mega Food Park and Three Food parks. Two Wine Parks - 54 wineries One Vapour Heat Treatment Plant One Eradiation Plant Four PEQ facility centres 136 Government, 42 SAUs, 1195 private registered nurseries. 4 Residue Testing Labs accredited by APEDA 130 Integrated Pack Houses accredited by APEDA. 7 Phyto-sanitary Certification Authorities for Export
  • Slide 60 - Economically Important Horticulture Crops in Maharashtra
  • Slide 61 - Crop Clusters Agri Export Zones :8 Mango (Alphonso), Mango (Keshar), Grapes, Mandarin Orange, Pomegranate, Banana, Onion and Flowers Additional Crop Clusters : 5 Cashew, Sapota, Sweet Orange, Fig and Custard Apple
  • Slide 62 - Yield Gap Analysis For Major Fruit Crops ( MT/Ha)
  • Slide 63 - Strategy for Horticulture Development Vision statements and road maps are being prepared for 8 major horticulture crops Mango, Cashew, Pomegranate, Mandarin orange, Sweet Orange, Grapes, Banana and Onion. Crop-wise steering groups constituted The reports will be ready in a month’s time Comprehensive District Agriculture Plans are in final stages of preparation Cluster-wise infrastructure mapping is being completed as a part of the C-DAP
  • Slide 64 - Strategy for Quality planting material Mandarin Orange & Sweet Orange Introduction of new varieties and root stocks. DNA Finger Printing of Mother Block and Root Stock. Developing international Standard Nursery infrastructure.
  • Slide 65 - Strategy for Horticulture Development Crop productivity enhancement. Productivity of farm family will form the basis for horticulture development. Formation of groups of farmers for adoption of GAP protocol and their networking. Market-linked organic farming. Supply chain infrastructure - Convergence of schemes of APEDA (AEZ), NHM, RKVY, NMPB and MSAMB (Marketing Board) Formation of SHGs of growers for post harvest handling, marketing and primary processing. Agri-business centers through SHGs. Protected cultivation and peri-urban vegetable production.
  • Slide 66 - Agriculture Marketing and Processing Infrastructure
  • Slide 67 - 294 APMC’s, 608 sub-markets - Turnover - Rs. 50000 cr. MoU with REUTERS for informetion dissemination through SMS, 50000 customer base Two wine parks at Nashik & Sangli : 54 wineries in production. Floriculture Park near Pune : 24 units in production. Established 10 Export Facility Centers under 6 AEZs. Vapour Heat Treatment facility developed at Navi Mumbai - more than 8000 MTs fruits & veg. Exported. Trained 40000 farmers enabling an export of more than 5000 MTs of horticulture produce. Agricultural Marketing Infrastructure
  • Slide 68 - IMPLEMENTATION OF AGRICULTURAL MARKETING REFORMS Direct marketing- 72 Licensees issued Private markets- 07 approvals given Farmer-Consumer Markets- 33 locations Contract farming- 1 lakh Ha under various crops Single License System - 09 private players Special Commodity Markets-20 Festivals organised * Act Amended (June,2006), Rules Framed (June 2007)
  • Slide 69 - DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL MARKETING STRUCTURE (DAMS) DAMS - For strengthening agriculture marketing system, for creating storage & processing infrastructural facilities and for better market price to farmers The total outlay for all the districts for next 3 years – Rs 1018 Crs. Financial Assistance - Expected from various schemes of Central & State Govt. such as RKVY, NHM, DMI, APEDA, NHB, NABARD, NCDC, MOFP Activities included in DAMS- Pledge Loan Scheme Fruit Festival Scheme Rural Godown Scheme Onion storage structure scheme Onion transport /Ship transport freight subsidy scheme for exports Setting up of Cold Storage and other related infrastructural projects MARKNET / market information Project Farmers Market
  • Slide 70 - INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPEMT FOR EXPORTS AND DOMESTIC MARKETING MSAMB as Nodal Agency for Agri Export Zone Established six Export Facility Centers with financial help of APEDA Facilities include Pre-cooling, Cold storage, Pack House, Material Handling Line, Ripening chambers Banana - 2 Nos Pomegranate - 1 No Keshar Mango - 1 No Orange - 1 No Fruits & Veg. - 1 No Total Investment – Rs. 25 crores Exports done from facilities – 5000 MT
  • Slide 71 - MODERN TERMINAL MARKETS Implementation by Public Private Partnership (PPP) mode. Project on BOT basis by the selected Private Enterprise (PE) through Competitive Bidding process Government land available for Mumbai (Thane) market & is in possession with MSAMB Terminal Markets to be set up at Mumbai, Nashik and Nagpur Estimated Project Cost - Mumbai – Rs. 250 Crores. Nashik – Rs. 60 Crores Nagpur – Rs 55 Crores Awaiting Revised Operational Guidelines from GoI
  • Slide 72 - MODERN MARKETS BY THE STATE I. Proposed Modern Market at - Kanhergaon, Tal. Vasmatnagar, Dist. Hingoli Operation Mode : Public Private Partnership (PPP) Land - Identified - 66.05 acres. Proposed Handling Capacity: 400 MT / day Estimated Project Outlay: Rs. 6229.72 Lakh II. Proposed Terminal/Modern Market at Aurangabad Operation Mode : Public Private Partnership (PPP) Estimated Project outlay Rs. 60 Crores DPR under preparation.
  • Slide 73 - PROPOSALS UNDER RKVY (2009-2012)
  • Slide 74 - MAHARASHTRA AGRICULTURAL COMPETITIVENESS PROJECT (MACP) Area of Operation – Entire state – in 3 Phase Major Objectives - Capacity Building of Farmers - Strengthening Existing Markets - Promoting alternative marketing channels - Providing Market Support Services - Make farmer more competitive Project cost – Rs. 646.36 Cr. Duration - 6 Years Beneficiaries – Small and marginal farmers ,association of farmers groups, Institutions viz APMC,Rural Haats , Dairy Soc.
  • Slide 75 - COMPONENTS OF THE MACP PROJECT Upgrading & Modernization of APMC & Livestock Markets Upgrading & Modernization of Rural Haats Setting up of Farmer common Service Centers E market pilots Strengthening of Dairy societies Fisheries Development Implementation of warehouse receipt Market information and market intelligence Market led Extension Services
  • Slide 76 - IFAD ASSISTED PROJECT Convergence of Agricultural Interventions in Maharashtra (CAIM) Area of Operation – Six distressed districts of Vidharbha region (Akola, Amravati, Buldhana, Wardha, Wasim, Yeotmal) Major objectives – Reduce indebtness Increase Productivity Diversify Agriculture Project approved by IFAD on 28th April 2009 Project Cost – Rs. 625 cr Duration – 8 years Beneficiaries – Small and marginal farmers, landless labours, Rural Women, Scheduled caste and Scheduled Tribes
  • Slide 77 - COMPONENTS OF THE IFAD PROJECT Institutional Capacity Building and Partnerships Marketing Linkages Sustainable Agriculture Watershed Development In situ water conservation Organic Farming Women Empowerment Micro enterprises and SMEs.
  • Slide 78 - ASIAN DEVELOPMENT BANK PROJECT Identified States – Maharashtra and Bihar Project Report submitted to State Govt. by ADB Major Objectives Development of end-to-end projects Convergence of Public Sector Investments Convergence of existing subsidies schemes (VGF, NHM) Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) Integration of small farmers into value chains Modular/Demand-driven Approach to Market infrastructure Investments Project Outlay for Maharashtra - Rs. 983.09 Crores DPR under preparation under TA by ADB
  • Slide 79 - ASIAN DEVELOPMENT BANK PROJECT Components of the Project On-Farm Centers for temporary collection at farm level Agri Business Centers for consolidation, value addition and marketing Perishable Cargo Centers for export of produce outside the State as well as in the international markets Support infrastructure improve physical connectivity and feasibility Capacity building across stake holders in the value chain Market information and intelligence.
  • Slide 80 - INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT FOR EXPORTS AND DOMESTIC MARKETING MSAMB is Nodal Agency for Agri Export Zone Proposals for 8 Export Facility Centers submitted to APEDA Banana - 2 Nos Pomegranate - 2 Nos Keshar Mango - 1 No Orange - 1 No Fruit & Veg - 1 No VHT - 1 No Facilities include Pre-cooling, Cold storage, Pack House, Material Handling Line, Ripening Chambers, Vapour Heat Treatment. Total Investment – Rs. 48.30 crores
  • Slide 81 - Proposals with APEDA Details of the proposals submitted to APEDA
  • Slide 82 - Initiatives in Agro-processing Agro-processing policy for cooperatives declared on October 12, 2007 25 Agro-Processing units sanctioned under own equity: Govt. equity: Loan Pattern of 04:36:60 by NCDC MoU signed with Citrus International, Sweden to establish 150 MT/day processing facility at Amravati Component of value addition by SHGs included in WB/IFAD/ADB projects.
  • Slide 83 - PROJECTS IN PIPELINE (2009-12) Maharashtra Agricultural Competitiveness Project (MACP) (World Bank funded) Outlay - Rs. 646.36 Crs Asian Development Bank Project (ADB)- AIDP Outlay - Rs. 983.09 Crs IFAD funded Project - C - AIM Outlay - Rs. 625 Crs. Modern Terminal Markets at Mumbai, Nashik and Nagpur Total investment - Rs 350 Crs. Infrastructure Proposals under RKVY Outlay - Rs. 500 Crs. Modern Markets - Hingoli and Aurangabad Project cost - Rs 100 Crs. District Level Agricultural Marketing Plan Outlay Rs 1018 Crs.
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  • Slide 85 - AGRICULTURAL CREDIT Agricultural Credit flow Increased by 170% from Rs.4470 Cr In 2003-04 to Rs. 12084 Cr in 2006-07 Share In agricultural credit - DCCB - 54% Commercial Banks - 42.5%, RRB - 3.50 % 69 Lakh Kissan Credit Cards Issued tillDecember 2008: half of the land holders covered so far.
  • Slide 86 - CROP CREDIT DISBURSEMENT Land holders 136 lakhs Requirement of crop credit Rs. 20473 cr Potential Linked Credit Plan Rs 13566 cr Disbursement 2007-08 Rs 9143 cr No of borrowers 36 lakhs Institutional borrowers / finance - 30% / 45% Cooperatives - 60 %, Commercial - 36%, RRB - 4%
  • Slide 87 - Crop credit flow : 2007-08 onwards Credit flow of Rs 7163 cr (2006-07) increased to Rs. 9143 Cr (2007-08) Credit flow reduced to Rs. 6779 cr (2008-09) after Debt waiver. Recovery in 2008-09 only 10%. Displeasure of regular payers. State package reduced default. Target fixed to revive Crop Credit to Rs. 13563 cr. Double of last year. Disbursement so far double of last year at Rs. 1000 cr (May 15) Agricultural credit Rs 12084 (2006-07) moves to Rs. 12112 cr (2007-08), Rs 12000 cr(2008-09) (est.) and Rs. 23256 cr (2009-10) as targeted.
  • Slide 88 - Share of cooperative credit : Downward trend During 2005-08, cooperative credit 110%, 118% & 84% of target down to 39% in 2008-09 Liquidity crunch, reluctance of banks to extend loan to debt waiver beneficiaries, one third Bank with negative networth main cause. Unhappiness of regular payers with debt waiver, delayed monsoon, dry spells additional causes. State package for 40 Lakh farmers with Rs. 6200 cr outlay - fresh defaulters amongst regular players regularised. Except OTS beneficiaries of GoI & GoM all the farmers (100lakh) now eligible for fresh loans.
  • Slide 89 - Agricultural Debt waiver & Debt Relief Scheme 38 Lakh beneficiaries of Central waiver at Rs. 7800 cr., 32 Lakh farmers get full waiver. Response from 6 lakh OTS farmers - only 6% 40 lakh beneficiaries of State waiver, 24 lakh farmers get full waiver upto Rs. 20000, OTS farmers response 40 % so far. At least 56 lakh full waiver farmers freshly eligible for crop loans. Main hurdle of fresh loans removed; reluctance of banks to finance debt waiver farmers continues.
  • Slide 90 - Initiatives taken by State Government 1% additional interest waiver on crop loan:6% rate of interest; Rs. 130 crores provided every year. 4% rebate to regular payer upto Rs 25000, 2% rebate beyond Rs 25000 upto Rs 3 Lakh; Rs. 50 cr provided every year to cooperatives. GoI to adopt similar scheme for regular borrowers of commercial Banks / RRB. Credit flow to 40 lakh farmers in one year targeted to make double to 80 lakh farmers during current year.
  • Slide 91 - Flow of crop credit : Steps needed Balance claims of Debt waiver (Rs. 4000 cr) Vaidyanathan Package (Rs. 2000cr) and 2% interest subvention (100%)to be released. DCCB with negative net worth to get ST-SAO without any procedural delay. In 17000 drought affected villages, banks to reschedule loans without delay. Vaidyanathan Package for LDB to be implemented - details not yet released. Incentives to regular payers to be announced, Contusion on OTS under debt waiver to be removed
  • Slide 92 - Schemes submitted under RKVY Accredition of 5000 rural godowns for pledge loan scheme @ Rs 2 lakh/godown, Total outlay Rs. 100 crore. Scheme sanctioned for 1000 godowns, Rs 20 cr. Investment done. E-Governance scheme of PACS godowns @ Rs 1 lakh each PACS, 10000 PACS, outlay Rs. 100 cr. Scheme not yet sanctioned Connectivity to spot exchanges of MCX, NCDEX proposed by combining accredition with e-governance.
  • Slide 93 - ACCREDIATION OF GODOWNS – PROPOSED LINK WITH PLEDGE LOAN AND MARKETING PACS GODOWNS MSAMB Pledge Loan Pledge Loan NATIONAL SPOT EXCHANGE LTD. DCC BANK E-Connectivity MoU between MSAMB & NSEL is proposed with following concept
  • Slide 94 - ACCREDIATION OF GODOWNS – LINK WITH PLEDGE LOAN AND MARKETING SPOT EXCHANGE GODOWN PACS GODOWNS MSAMB APMC DCC Bank Pledge Loan Market Linkage NABARD Pledge Loan Pledge Loan Pledge Loan PROPOSED PLEDGE LOAN & MARKET LINKAGE :
  • Slide 95 - Thank You !

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