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    • Bihar At a Glance 63.9 77.3 Work force participation rate (%)‏ 3. 324 880 Population Density (Persons/Sq. Km.)‏ 4. 72.2 89.5 Rural Population (%)‏ 2. 24.3 39.0 Share of Agriculture in GDP 1. National State Indicators Sl. No.
    • Land Use Classification of the state
      • Lakh hect.
      • Total geographical area 93.60
      • Net area sown 56.38
      • Total cropped area 80.26
      • Area sown more than once 23.58
      • Forest 6.16
      • Barren & non-cultivatable land 4.37
      • Land put to non-agriculture uses 16.35
      • Cultural Waste land 0.48
      • Permanent pasture 0.18
      • Area under misc. Crops 2.30
      • Other fallow (2 to 5 years) 1.41
      • Current fallow 5.95
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    • Rank of state in the country in terms of Productivity
      • Productivity of Pulses in the State is more than National Average, while, in case of oilseeds, it is at par with National Average.
      2 nd Total Pulses 2 nd Masoor 3. 2 nd Gram 2 1 st Arhar 1. Rank Name of Crop Sl. No.
    • Rank of state in the country in terms of Production
      • 2.35 M.T. of Snow pea has been exported in 2003-04 .
      1 st Litchi, Guava 1. 4 th Mango 2. B. Fruit 3 rd Tomato, Potato, cabbage, Brinjal 3. 2 nd Cauliflower 2 1 st Bhindi (Ladyfinger)‏ 1. A. Vegetable Rank Name of Crop Sl. No.
    • Targets & Likely Achievements During Kharif 2005 Contd.. 2. Pulses 1. Cereals 6017 7400 3555 4400 Total Food grains 143 200 159 225 Total Pulses 12 25 17 35 Other Pulses 30 40 48 65 Urad/Moong 101 135 94 125 Tur (Arhar)‏ 5874 7200 3578 4175 Total Cereals 556 700 369 475 Total Coarse Cereals 4 8 5 10 Small millets 27 50 24 45 Ragi 516 625 337 400 Maize 4 8 5 10 Bajra 5 9 5 10 Jowar 5318 6500 3163 3700 Rice Achievement Target Achievement Target Production (‘000 tones)‏ Area (000ha)‏ Crop
    • Contd.. 4. Commercial crop 3. Oilseeds Production (‘000 tones)‏ Area (000ha)‏ Crop Achievement Target Achievement Target 1224 1535 134 160 Total Jute & Mesta 40 35 7 10 Mesta 1184 1500 127 150 Jute - - - - Cotton Sugarcane 12 18 14 25 Total Oilseeds 2.5 5 4 8 Castor - - - - Niger 1.5 3 2 5 Sunflower - - - - Soyabean 4 6 5 8 Seasmum 3 4 3 4 Groundnut
    • Crop wise Area & production Targets Rabi/Summer 2005 – 2006 Contd.. 7100.00 3100.00 Total Cereals 1300.00 600.00 Total Coarse Cereals - - Small millets - - Ragi 1250.00 550.00 Maize - - Jowar 50.00 50.00 Barley 5400.00 2300.00 Wheat 400.00 200.00 Rice (Boro+Summer)‏ 1. Cereals Production (000’ tones)‏ Area ( 000’ ha.)‏ Crop
    • Contd.. Production (000’ tones)‏ Area ( 000’ ha.)‏ Crop 2. Pulses 257.00 325.00 Total Oilseeds 23.00 26.00 Sunflower 86.00 140.00 Linseed - - Safflower 3.00 4.00 Sesamum - - Groundnut 145.00 155.00 Rapeseed/Mustard 3. Oil seeds 7900.00 3900.00 Total Food grains 800.00 800.00 Total Pulses 450.00 440.00 Other Pulses 180.00 210.00 Urad/Moong 170.00 150.00 Gram
    • Agenda I
    • Funds received from Government of India & its Utilization
      • 1. Macro Management Mode
      • Amount in Rs. Lakh
      - - 1472.7199 650.00 822.7199 2005-06 317.504 1573.836 1891.3399 900.00 991.3399 2003-04 822.7199 1569.8655 2392.5854 1786.51 506.0754 2004-05 991.3399 1879.158 2870.498 1250.00 1620.498 2002-03 1620.498 1309.773 2930.271 1800.00 1130.271 2001-02 1130.271 Nil 1130.271 261.070 869.201 2000-01 Balance Fund utilized Total fund available Fund received from GoI Revalidation of previous amount Year
    • Work Plan of Macro Management Mode (2005-06) Amount in Rs. Lakh 208.8373 20.88373 187.95357 Strengthening of seed testing lab. 8. 278.68998 14.30 106.15 7.36 6.001 4.268 39.093 3.838 76.79625 State Share 2786.8998 2508.2098 Total 143.00 128.70 SUBACS 9. 1061.50 955.35 Agricultural Mechanization 7. 73.60 66.24 SJDP 6. 60.01 54.009 Plant Protection 5. 42.68 38.492 Int. field Ext. & Training Support 4. 390.93 351.837 ICDP 3. 38.38 34.542 FPR Prog. for enhancement of production & productivity of crops 2. 767.9625 691.16625 NWDPRA 1. Total Allocation Central Share Name of Scheme Sl. No.
    • Contd..
      • Balance as on 01.04.2005 Rs. 822.7199 Lakh
      • First Installment Rs. 650.00 Lakh
      • Total available Central Rs.1472.7199 Lakh
      • share (A+B)
      Financial Year – 2005-06
    • 2. Integrated Scheme of Oilseed, Pulses, Oil palm & Maize (ISOPOM)‏ Amount in Rs. Lakh 476.27 258.55 200.20 17.52 Amount revalidated for 2004-05 621.27 145.00 Total 308.55 50.00 Oilseed 3. 275.20 75.00 Pulses 2. 37.52 20.00 Maize 1. Central Share (75%) available Amount released by GOI for 2004-05 Name of Scheme Sl. No.
    • Contd..
      • Fund utilized (central share) Rs. 421.65 Lakh
      • During financial Year 2004-05
      • B . Balance as on 01.04.2005 Rs. 199.62 Lakh
      • (Revalidated by Government of India )‏
      • C . Proposed Allocation as Rs. 490.00 Lakh
      • central share(2005-06)
      Financial Year – 2005-06
    • Agenda II
    • State of Readiness for Additional Funds during Financial Year-2005-06. Amount in Rs. Lakh 199.62 1472.7199 Central share available till date 489.2495 688.86975 ISOPOM 1035.4899 2508.2098 Macro Management Mode Balance to be required Proposed Central share Name of Scheme
    • Agenda III
    • PERSPECTIVE SEED PLAN Progress in Seed Production 6400 6000 5600 5200 4800 Boro rice 12 1600 1560 1520 1480 1440 Rapeseed/Mustard 11 3600 3300 3000 2700 2400 Pea 10 7900 7300 6600 6000 5300 Lentil 9 17300 15900 14400 13000 11600 Gram 8 510 480 450 420 390 Moong 7 1700 1600 1500 1400 1300 Urad 6 4250 4000 3750 3500 3250 Arhar 5 380000 360000 340000 32000 300000 Wheat 4 27200 2550 23800 22050 20300 Maize (Rabi)‏ 3 14000 12000 8100 4150 2150 Maize (Kharif)‏ 2 251600 236800 222000 207200 192400 Paddy 1 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 Crop Sl. No.
      • Seed Production Programme by RAU
      • A Project worth 436.40 Lakh for seed production has been sanctioned by Department of Agriculture for 5 Years (2002-03 to 2006-07)‏
      • Rajendra Agriculture University has produced 563 q. of Breeder Seed & 8800 q. of foundation & certified seed of different crops during 2004-05.
      93.25 2005-06 1. Allocation (Rs. Lakh)‏ Year Sl. No.
    • Balanced Use of Fertilizer - - 92.15 87.47 Consumption of nutrient (Kg./ha)‏ Proposed for Rabi Use in Kharif till date 24.28:1.77:1 25.86 45.86 623.58 2003-04 2005-06 2004-05 N:P:K ratio Potash Phosphorus Nitrogen Name of Nutrients 14.78:1.56:1 64.42 100.65 952.29 4.41:1.98:1 8.26:1.40:1 99.60 30.22 3. 197.20 42.27 2. 439.42 249.66 1. Quantity in 000’M.T. Sl. No.
    • Integrated Pest Management
      • Total number of Farmers’ Field School (FFS) for promotion of IPM conducted = 662.
      • Number of FFS proposed during 2005-06 = 353.
      Integrated Nutrient Management
      • Number of Soil Health Card distributed = 1,70,000
      • 23 soil testing laboratories functioning in the state.
      • Bio-fertilizer distributed in 1,80,020 ha. area in the state.
      • Proposal for strengthening of 7 seed testing lab. during 2005-06.
    • Agenda IV
    • Steps taken to improve productivity
      • Department of Agriculture has taken initiatives for increasing paddy productivity in 8 “Paddy Bowl” districts of the state i.e. Patna, Nalanda, Bhojpur, Buxar, Rohtas, Jehanabad, Bhabhua & Aurangabad from present level of 20 q/ha. to 25 q/ha.
      • Sufficient quantity of HYV & Hybrid seed in form of minikits has been distributed in these districts.
      • Extension of Recommended package of practices of cultivation has been done through mass media.
      • Sufficient amount of fertilizers allocated in these districts .
      • State has already substituted wheat cultivation in several parts with rabi maize and registered an impressive growth in maize production in recent years.
      • The state with an area of 1.87 lakh ha., under rabi maize contributes nearly 30 percent to the rabi maize production of the country.
      • Steps have been taken to increase the area under rabi maize in the potential maize growing districts i.e. Begusarai, Samastipur, Khagaria, Patna, E. Champaran, Bhagalpur, Munger, Vaishali of the state under centrally sponsored scheme of ISOPOM.
      • Million Shallow Tube well Programme
      86.89 327689 377111 Total 107.88 172617 160000 2004-05 4. 67.10 107358 160000 2003-04 3. 190.21 43445 23313 2002-03 2. 12.63 4269 33798 2001-02 1. % Achievement Achievement Physical Target Year Sl. No.
    • B. On Farm Water Management Scheme (OFWMS)‏ 2004-05 (Sept., 05)‏ 2003-04 2002-03 Activity Sl. No. Ach. Tar. Ach. Tar. Ach. Tar. 6094 106 3996 145 1500 270 5000 100 3347 11236 2275 3833 Pumpset 4. 85 4540 20 3833 Lift irrigation point 3. 1195 37585 2440 40842 Shallow tubewell 2. 27 856 18 767 Dugwell 1.
    • Revised Allocation under OFWMS for 2005-06 55366.85 429725 Total 77.41 202 Deep tube well 6. 1147.10 6229 Low lift irrigation points 5. 165.16 1288 Sprinkler sets 4. 23162.95 191703 Pumpsets 3. 29868.58 226806 Shallow tubewell 2. 945.65 3497 Dugwells 1. Financial (Rs. Lakh)‏ Physical unit Revised Allocation Activity Sl. No.
    • Agenda V
    • APMC Act Amendment
      • Developing and regulating marketing of notified agricultural produce in specified area.
      • Establishment of private market yards and provision for direct purchase from producer.
      • Establishment of consumer/farmer market.
      • Prohibition to levy of market fee and grant of license in the consumer/ farmer market.
      • Contract Farming Agreement .
      • As soon as Legislative Assembly constituted, proposal will be tabled on the floor of the house.
      Proposal for Amendment in APMC Act
    • Agenda VI
    • National Horticulture Mission
      • Memorandum of Association, Articles of Association & By-Laws have been finalized for formation of Bihar Horticulture Development Society. Action has been initiated for the registration of the society.
      • State level Executive Committee under the Chairmanship of Agriculture Production Commissioner has been formed.
      • Work plan has been prepared for Rs. 45.77 Crores under NHM for 2005-06 and has been submitted to GOI for approval.
    • Proposed Project Under Bihar Horticulture Mission, 2005-06 4577 Total 200 Mission Management 16. 60 Creation of water resources 15. 54 Mushroom Cultivation 14. 823 Post Harvest Management 13. 46 Pollination support through beekeeping 12. 192 Human Resource Management in Horticulture 11. 60 Organic farming 10. 221 Integrated Pest Management 9. 103 Integrated Nutrient Management 8. 960 Protected cultivation & precision farming & drip irrigation 7. 28 Spices 6. 77 Medicinal & Aromatic plants 5. 116 Development of commercial floriculture 4. 1305 Est. of new fruit orchards & rejuvenation of senile orchards 3. 153 Vegetable seed production 2. 179 Production of planting material & vegetable seed production 1. Estimated Cost (Rs. in lakhs)‏ Particulars Sl. No.
    • Agriculture Technology Mission Agency (ATMA)‏
      • ATMA is functional in the four districts of the state i.e. Patna, Madhubani, Muzaffarpur and Munger.
      • The specific objectives of the ATMA are:
      • Farming system approach.
      • Bottom up planning .
      • Use of ICT.
      • Public-private partnership.
      • Gender concern.
      • Under the new scheme “Support to State Extension Programme for Extension Reforms” 15 districts of the state has been proposed, which includes the existing four ATMA’s.
      • 11 new districts proposed are:
      • 1. W. Champaran 2. Saran 3. Begusarai
      • 4. Vaishali 5. Purnea 6. Saharsa
      • 7. Katihar 8. Bhagalpur 9. Gaya
      • 10. Bhojpur 11. Rohtas
    • Agenda VII
    • Quarantine Facilities in the State
      • Quarantine laboratories have been functioning in Raxual & Jogbani near Nepal Border in the private building. These laboratories issue Phyto-sanitory certificate & permission related to import permit.
      • Department of Agriculture has written to District Magistrate to provide 250 sq. ft. & 200 sq. ft. area in Raxual & Jogbani respectively for Quarantine office premises.
    • Agenda VIII
    • Increasing Seed Replacement Rate (SRR) Suggestion for improving Rabi Production 21% Mustard/Rai/Tori 6. 8% Lentil 5. 8% Pea 4. 10% Gram 3. 18% Maize 2. 13% Wheat 1. Proposed SRR Name of Rabi Crop Sl. No.
    • Availability of seed for Rabi, 2005-06 2826 500 - 16 930 500 880 1440 5 132 Mustard/Rai/ Tori 4907 4000 - 9 483 - 415 5300 30 220 Lentil 2320 2200 - - 70 - 50 2400 75 39 Pea 10097 6000 - - 3661 186 250 11600 75 165 Gram 20542 20000 - - 52 - 490 20300 20 550 Maize 341332 86000 446 1387 24299 100000 35200 300000 100 2300 Wheat 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Total Pvt. SCADA RAU SFCI TDC NSC Seed availability Cert. Seed Requirement Seed Rate (In kg.)‏ Area in 000 Hect. Name Of Crops
    • Requirement & Proposed availability of fertilizer
      • Department of Agriculture has tied up with different fertilizer agencies for timely availability of fertilizer.
      • Urea
      • Requirement : 7.20 Lakh M.T.
      • Allocation by GOI :6.805 Lakh M.T.
      5000 10000 20000 20000 5000 60000 SSP - - 25000 25000 100000 150000 NPK (12:32:16)‏ 40000 30000 - 10000 10000 90000 MOP 10000 35000 75000 80000 200000 DAP DMCC LIBERTY IPL SRIRAM IFFCO PPL TCL SRI KRI. ASI AN Proposed Supply During Rabi 2005-06 Req. Name of Fert.
    • Irrigation Facilities Available 1787116.60 TOTAL IRRIGATION 568717.00 947912.00 MSTP (including Pvt. Tubewell)‏ 1 21014.00 115326.00 Total 4207.00 58536.00 State tubewell scheme 4 3007.00 10730.00 Barj irrigation scheme 3 679.00 7360.00 Lift irrigation scheme 2 13121.00 38700.00 Medium irrigation scheme 1 Minor Irrigation Department 1197385.60 1192285.37 Canal Irrigation 1 Department of Water Resources 4 3 2 1 Achievement Target Irrigation (Hactare)‏ Name of scheme Sl. No.
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