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Horticulture

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Instigating horticulture domain

Instigating horticulture domain

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  • 1. Instigating Productivity Line in Horticulture Domain (VEGETABLES AND FRUITS) OLERICULTURE AND POMOLOGY
  • 2. Asset Management – Horticulture Financial Sustainable Model/Proposal Defining annual budget limits ? Existing Total monthly Expenditures: 13 lakhs Depreciation cost of machinery: 10 % annual Motives  Proceeding work in horticulture domain  Enhancement of quality of work  Increase of production  Minimization of incurring costs  Maximizing the use of available resources  Self sustaining department Allocation of the tentative income generated  30% to be invested on following year plan  30% to be saved for any contingency or uncertainty (environmental hazards)  40% of income saved as profit
  • 3. Vegetables and fruits Total Vegetables area: 6 kanals Open area: 1 kanal Carrot, salad, radish, turnip, coriander, spinach, beans, onion, strawberries, potatoes Peas: 4 kanals Tunnel area:  Cucumber, tomatoes, shimla: 1 kanals Total Fruits area: 1 kanals (74 fruit trees)  (6)Loquat, (4)mango, (7)kinnow, (8)lemon, (10)pomegranate, (9)grapes, (17)guava, (14)litchi
  • 4. Anticipated Working Capital and production (Rs) Total investment:  Field in charge  Labor (3) ----1 acre area (agro nursery)  Preventive measures Rs 1710  Seeds Rs 7000  Seedlings Rs 5000  Plastic sheet Rs 12400  Irrigation Rs 7000  Fertilizers Rs 7000  Total cost Rs 40,110 Production in March Open field and tunnel vegetables (3 times the working capital) Rs1,25,000 At 2nd year of production- scope -5 acres End users Commercial center (Horticulture shop) and Community center and local market
  • 5. Resources required  Supervisor (to be inducted , as recommended by sub-committee) – 1 no  Labors as per requirement: - 2-3 numbers  Irrigation water to be used from wetland & tube well ( which is required to be rehabilitated installed and approximate cost Rs 60,000/ Initial Money Required: Rs 100,000……….   Heavy machinery like, tractor, ploughs and other accessories will be procured through own resources , after up-scaling the plan.  If deemed necessary some value addition interventions like diary farming can also be included
  • 6. Outcomes  Annual horticulture cost: 1 crore 44 lakhs  Machinery annual depreciation: 10%  Horticulture (3 months) maintenance machinery parts cost----------Rs 1,28,410  Horticulture Maintenance ----mechanization  Labors-----to be used for productivity plan
  • 7. Work in progress
  • 8. Fruit Orchard
  • 9. Vegetables preventive measures
  • 10. Peas sowed on ridges
  • 11. Seedlings of cucumber
  • 12. END PRESENTATION

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