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  • RASHTRIYA KRISHI VIKAS YOJANA �

    BRIEF NOTE ON ACTIVITIES OF RASHTRIYA KRISHI VIKAS

    YOJANA (GEN)

    Objectives:

    The RKVY aims at achieving 4% annual growth in the agriculture

    sector by ensuring a holistic development of Agriculture and allied

    sectors. The main objectives of the scheme are :

    ‹ To ensure that the local needs/crops/priorities are better

    reflected in the agricultural plans of the states.

    ‹ To achieve the goal of reducing the yield gaps in important

    crops, through focused interventions.

    ‹ To maximize returns to the farmers in Agriculture and allied

    sectors.

    ‹ To bring about quantifiable changes in the production and

    productivity of various components of Agriculture and allied

    sectors by addressing them in a holistic manner

    Implementation of RKVY

    Rastriya Krishi Vikas Yojana (RKVY) (Central Sector Scheme)

    has been launched in the State, in 2007-08 and implementation in

    Horticulture sector is started from 2008-09 onwards. The activities

    under RKVY are,

    ‹ Distribution of good quality plant material to meet the

    requirement for bringing new area under fruit plantation.

    ‹ Rejuvenation of old orchards for increasing the productivity.

    ‹ Improvement of production and distribution of good quality

    hybrid vegetable seed to ensure availability of vegetables

    throughout the year and improvement of nutritional standards

    in rural areas.

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  • ‹ Encouragement of structures like Pandals and Trellis for quality

    production in case of Gourds and Tomato.

    ‹ Encouragement of nurseries and cultivation of high cost

    intensive cultivation of Summer vegetables in Shade net

    houses to overcome the High temperatures.

    ‹ Encouragement of post harvest structures and implements to

    reduce post harvest losses and promote new technologies to

    ensure continuous supply of horticulture produce.

    ‹ Conservation of natural resources by adopting Good

    Agricultural Practices in production of Horticultural Crops.

    ‹ Supply of Farm fresh vehicles on wheels on 50% subsidy to the

    farmers groups up to a maximum subsidy of Rs.2,00,000 per

    group. With these vehicles farmers can sell their vegetables in

    the identified residential colonies and to Rytu Bhazars.

    MAJOR MILESTONES UP TO 2013-14

    ‹ Area Expansion – 14,864 Ha ‹ Rejuvenation – 13,872 Ha ‹ Hybrid Veg. Seed – 1.15 lakh Ha ‹ Vegetable Minikits – 5.19 Lakh Nos ‹ Pandals – 3698 Acres ‹ Trellies - 3022 Acres ‹ Farmers Groups -111 Nos ‹ Farm Fresh vegetable on wheels - 35 Nos

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    DETAILS OF FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PROVIDED SO FAR:

    .

    Year Funds Sanctioned

    Funds Received

    ( in Lakhs)

    Funds Utilized

    2008-09 1601.91 1601.91 1601.91

    2009-10 3376.33 3376.33 3376.33

    2010-11 2378.32 2378.32 2378.32

    2011-12 1965.22 1965.22 1965.22

    2012-13 2612.69 2612.69 2612.69

    2013-14 2119.31 2119.31 1361.81

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  • Action Plan 2014-15: �

    Stream I (Production Growth) : 20.33 Cr

    Stream II ( Infrastructure Developement) : 5.13 Cr

    Admn Cost : 0.25 Cr

    VIUC(Vegetable Initiatives for Urban Clusters) : 8.75 Cr

    Total : 34.46 Cr

    Funding pattern: 100% with Central Assistance @ 50% subsidy as given below,

    RKVY Unit Cost & Funding Pattern Sl. No Name of the Component Unit

    Unit Cost in Rs per

    ha

    Subsidy Pattern

    1 Area Expansion 1st Year

    Cashew Ha 50000 40%

    Mango Ha 60000 50%

    Cocoa Ha 50000 40%

    Papaya Ha 60000 50%

    Guava Ha 60000 50%

    TC Banana Ha 125000 40%

    Acid lime Ha 60000 50%

    Pine apple Ha 125000 40%

    Marigold Ha 40000 40%

    Chrysanthemum Ha. 40000 40%

    2 Rejuvenation

    Mango Ha 40000 50%

    Cashew Ha 40000 50%

    3 Supply of Hybrid Vegetable Ha 6000 50% Seed

    4 Trellies Ha. 37500 50% 5 Plastic Crates Nos. 240 50%

    6 Technology Dissemination Nos. 2500000 100% through demonstration/front line demonstration/Nursery Development & Other activities

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  • 7 Horticulture Mechanization

    i Power/hydraulic operted machines/tools

    Nos. 100000 40%

    ii

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    Power Mahcines (up to 20 BHP) including small farm

    tractor with rotavator/ equipments

    Promotion of Spices

    Nos. 300000 40%

    i Chillies ha 50%

    ii Turmeric ha 50%

    iii Bush Pepper Nos. 50%

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    Stream-II

    Permanent Pandals Ha 500000 50%

    10 Shadenet house 200 Sqm with Tubular Structure

    Sqm 142000 50%

    11 Shadenet house 1000 Sqm with Tubular Structure

    Sqm 710000 50%

    12 Onion Storage Structure (25 MT)

    1 No. 175000 50%

    13 Farm fresh vegetables on wheels

    1 No 400000 50%

    14 Poly/Green Houses (1000

    Sqm) with Tubular Structure

    Sqm 997500 50%

    15 HRD

    i Training of Farmers within the State per twodays

    Nos. 2000 100%

    ii Training/Study tour to Technical staff/Field

    functionaries outside the state per 7 days

    Nos. 17500 100%

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  • RASHTRIYA KRISHI VIKAS YOJANA

    SUCCESS STORIESSUCCESS STORIESSUCCESS STORIESSUCCESS STORIES

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  • DEPARTMENT OF HORTICULTURE, A P ­ SUCCESS STORIES ­

    Area Expansion of Papaya:

    Farmer’s name : Midatada Mahalakshmi naidu Village : Antakapalle, Sabbavaram (M), District : Visakhapatnam

    The farmer is owning 3.5 hectares land in Antakapalle village situated

    4 kms from Sabbavaram mandal headquarters. The fields are irrigated with 2

    bore wells. The farmer is a member of Rythu mitra group. Soil conservation

    methods were practiced through construction of farm ponds and contour

    bunds. The farmer has planted Papaya variety red lady in 2.5 hectares. The

    whole plot is installed with drip system. The farmer has adopted proper

    training techniques and Bahar the guidance of Horticulture Department. In

    Papaya, farmer has adopted advanced technology of using vermi wash &

    painted plates to reduce sucking pests and viral diseases. Fruit quality was

    improved by spraying Solibor and magnesium sulphate. The yield realized is

    110 tonnes /hectare. He has spent 1,50,000/- towards Papaya and the net

    income was Rs 4.75 lakhs.

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  • Marigold: ­

    Farmer’s name : Moturu Ramarao Village : Ravada Mandal : Parvada

    The farmer used to grow vegetables like Bhendi, Brinjal in his field

    previously. With the guidance of the department officials the farmer has

    taken up Hybrid Marigold cultivation in 1 acre. The farmer has completely

    used organic manures like neem cake, vermin compost and Farm yard

    manure. Only Neem oil was sprayed for the control of caterpillars. He

    practiced pinching technique which envisaged more number of branches and

    resulted in high yields. The yield from 1 acre plot was 2.5 tonnes. The cost of

    cultivation is Rs 7000 /-. The net income per acre is Rs 40,000 /- just in 3

    months period. The farmer used to get a net profit of Rs 25,000 /- from the

    vegetables in 5 months duration with heavy usage of pesticides for control of

    pests in Brinjal and Bhendi which has spoiled the ecological environment of

    the field. The farmer is now interested to take up only marigold cultivation

    every season due to the above benefits.

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  • Rejuvenation of Mango: ­

    Name of the farmer : D.Prakash Rao ­ Village : Aaripaka Mandal : Sabbavaram District : Visakhapatnam

    Canopy management was done by removing dried, pest and disease

    infested, criss cross, over crowding branches for better photosynthetic activity

    there by resulting in regular flowering, fruit set and to increase of 30 to 40% in

    yield and income. The seeded & old trees were converted to Beneshan variety

    and the yields are expected from second year onwards.

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  • Tomato cultivation with Trellis : ­

    Name of the Farmer : Akkabatla Veera Ganeswararao Village and Mandal : Penakanimetta Savaram, Kovvur.

    District : West Godavari District Crop : Tomato Extent : 1 Acre

    Sri A.Veera Ganeswararao is a traditionally growing Tomato Crop with

    Hybrid Varieties for the last few years. He has been motivated and exposed to

    trellis method through the exposure visit to Raipur during 2008-09. As he was

    convinced, during 2009-10 he has adopted trellis system for the cultivation of

    Tomato and installed Drip Irrigation and followed regular fertigation schedule.

    He has got 30 MT from his 1 Acre planted. Quality of the Tomato is excellent

    and has marketed at Rajahmundry by using of Plastic Crates which is also

    reducing transport loss.

    He got the total gross income Rs.2.40 Lakhs with the expenditure of

    Rs.70,000/- incurred towards c

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