Update

NHM

Quarterly Bulletin (2013-14)
October-December, 2013

National Horticulture Mission
Department of Agriculture ...
NATIONAL HORTICULTURE MISSION - QUARTERLY BULLETIN (OCTOBER TO DECEMBER 2013)

A.

NATIONAL HORTICULTUE MISSION (NHM)

Rel...
Financial performance: 2013-14
State wise details of outlay, release and expenditure to SHMs and NLAs during 2013-14
are g...
Figure-2: Percentage expenditure under different components of NHM Scheme

Nursery

0.50
21.47

Area Expansion

22.71

Rej...
Physical Performance (2012-13)
Post Harvest Management
Summary details of achievement under Post Harvest Management (PHM) ...
IPM Measures
Under the component of Integrated Pest Management (IPM), a total coverage of 61,725
ha) has been reported in ...
Market Arrival of Horticultural Produce
Fruits
During October to December, 2013, 43.74 lakh MT of fruits have been traded ...
Distribution of vegetables traded in different States during October to December, 2013 is
given in Figure-6
Figure-6: Stat...
Meetings
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B.

The Twenty Second meeting of the Empowered Committee (EMC) of NHM held on
10.10.2013 under the Chairman...
C. NATIONAL MISSION ON MICRO IRRIGATION (NMMI)
Release and Expenditure: 2013-14
During the current financial year viz. 201...
D.

NATIONAL CENTRE FOR COLD CHAIN DEVELOPMENT (NCCD)

NCCD has been constituted by Department of Agriculture and Cooperat...
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After first 20 months of functioning, NCCD has recently initiated sourcing additional
support staff to carry forward it...
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  1. 1. Update NHM Quarterly Bulletin (2013-14) October-December, 2013 National Horticulture Mission Department of Agriculture & Cooperation, Ministry of Agriculture, Government of India, Krishi Bhawan, New Delhi – 110 001 Website: www.nhm.nic.in
  2. 2. NATIONAL HORTICULTURE MISSION - QUARTERLY BULLETIN (OCTOBER TO DECEMBER 2013) A. NATIONAL HORTICULTUE MISSION (NHM) Release and Expenditure: 2013-14 During the current financial year, budget provision of Rs. 1600.00 crore was made for NHM scheme, which was enhanced to Rs. 1867.60 crore. An amount of Rs. 1526.71 crore including Rs. 1403.55 crore to State Horticulture Missions (SHM) and Rs. 123.16 crore to the NLAs was released till 31st December 2013. Performance Review Out of total release of Rs. 1526.71 crore till December 2013, an amount of Rs. 345.07 crore was released to 10 States, one Union Territory and five National Level Agencies during the 3rd quarter . Quarter wise details of releases made during 2013-14 including projections are indicated in Figure-1. Figure-1: Quarter wise releases made and projections 2013-14 Total:- Rs. 1526.71 crore till December, 2013 against RE of Rs. 1867.60 crore 1000 900 875.88 800 700 600 500 400 345.07 340.89 3rd 305.76 4th 300 200 100 0 1st 2nd Seventeen States, two Union Territories and nine National Level Agencies have reported physical and financial progress of the scheme on the website of NHM. Bihar and Odisha have yet to post the progress for December, 2013. 1
  3. 3. Financial performance: 2013-14 State wise details of outlay, release and expenditure to SHMs and NLAs during 2013-14 are given in Table-1. Table-1: Outlay, Release and expenditure under NHM during 2013-14 (Rs. In crore) Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 State Andhra Pradesh Bihar Chhattisgarh Goa Gujarat Haryana Jharkhand Karnataka Kerala Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra* Odisha Punjab Rajasthan Tamil Nadu Uttar Pradesh West Bengal Delhi Lakshdweep Andaman & Nicobar Puducherry Dadra & Nagar Haveli** Total States Total NLAs Grand Total Outlay Total GOI Share 150.00 50.00 135.00 5.00 140.00 120.00 80.00 140.00 100.00 95.00 826.00 100.00 75.00 100.00 115.00 70.00 50.00 127.50 42.50 114.75 4.25 119.00 102.00 68.00 119.00 85.00 80.75 702.10 85.00 63.75 85.00 97.75 59.50 42.50 1.00 3.00 1.00 1.11 2357.11 163.50 2520.61 0.85 3.00 0.85 1.11 2004.16 163.50 2167.66 Releases upto Dec., 2013 Exp. Upto 31st Dec. 2013 29.01 5.00 90.62 4.00 119.00 93.44 44.64 49.74 0.00 75.00 657.60 65.88 58.19 42.50 42.87 25.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.32 0.75 49.68 23.06 66.63 0.51 75.72 88.21 40.79 57.84 19.10 34.30 82.20 51.85 32.11 17.86 34.34 23.40 17.69 0.00 0.00 0.89 0.13 1403.55 123.16 1526.71 716.31 44.72 761.03 * Includes Rs. 656.00 crore for special package in drought affected districts. ** Newly added UT in NHM during 2013-14. Trends of Expenditure: 2013-14 The first two quarters are generally devoted to area expansion activities, coinciding with monsoon period in most parts of the country. Hence, there has been high expenditure on this activity. However, the encouraging feature is that substantial area is being brought under protected cultivation, which has recorded expenditure to the tune of 23% of total expenditure. Details are depicted in Figure-2. 2
  4. 4. Figure-2: Percentage expenditure under different components of NHM Scheme Nursery 0.50 21.47 Area Expansion 22.71 Rejuvenation Protected Cultivation 1.11 Water Resources 0.44 0.52 Integrated Pest Management IPM infrastructre 3.67 12.36 PHM Markets 0.19 Beekeeping 23.41 0.58 HRD 13.04 Others Financial Performance (2013-14) By the end of December 2013, an expenditure of Rs. 761.03 crore has been reported, which includes Rs. 716.31 crore by SHMs and Rs. 44.72 crore by NLAs. The breakup of physical and financial progress under different components of the scheme is given in Table-2. Table-2: Details of progress under different components of NHM Scheme (2013-14) (Rs. in crore) Components Unit Annual Targets 2013-14 as per AAP Phy. Fin. (Total) Achievement 2013-14 Phy. % Exp. to total Exp. Fin. (Total) Nursery No. 228 16.46 113 3.56 0.50 Area Expansion Ha. 124496 302.10 103977 162.69 22.71 Rejuvenation Ha. 50776.5 59.83 32449 26.26 3.67 Protected Cultivation Ha. 22621 357.43 12274 167.69 23.41 Water Resources No. 7348 130.87 7688 93.43 13.04 Integrated Pest Management Ha. 94899 9.75 61725 4.18 0.58 IPM infrastructre No. 55 14.23 6 1.39 0.19 PHM No. 22081 333.15 9219 88.53 12.36 Markets No. 853 34.74 33 3.69 0.52 Beekeeping No. 118178 11.51 26935 3.15 0.44 HRD No. 236629 38.49 71735 7.92 1.11 Others 486.55 Total 1795.12 3 153.82 326154 21.47 716.31 100.00
  5. 5. Physical Performance (2012-13) Post Harvest Management Summary details of achievement under Post Harvest Management (PHM) component is given in Table-3. Table 3: Physical Progress under Post Harvest Management Component States Pack House Cold Storage Unit 264 3 Andhra Pradesh Bihar Ripenin g Chambe rs 5 51 2 Haryana 48 5 Jharkhand 217 CA/MA Storage Preserva tion unit 350 4000 100 1 1 Pre cooling unit attach with cold storage 2 289 Karnataka Low Cost Onion Storage Structures 100 190 Gujarat Pusa zero energy cool chambers 2 3 Primary/ Mobile Process Unit Evaporativ e low energy cool chambers 50 62 Chhattisgarh Ref . Vans 338 1 1 123 1 7 1 250 12 34 320 384 100 1 1 Kerala Madhya Pradesh 415 Maharashtra 135 Odisha 180 1 1 Punjab 19 5 1 1 Rajasthan 4 14 43 1 Tamil Nadu 6 4 9 1923 35 87 2 12 1 2 Uttar Pradesh 2 5 446 1 1 1 382 21 737 West Bengal Total 5 1 11 1 689 4420 490 Out of 1923 pack house units established, 289 have been set up in Jharkhand. Similarly, out of 737 low cost onion storage structures, 446 have been set up in Rajasthan. Water Harvesting Structures So far, during the year, 7689 Community Water Harvesting Structures have been created. Maharashtra has reported creation of 2913 units followed by Odisha 2300 units, 350 in Karnataka, 283 in Chhattisgarh, 235 in Rajasthan, 203 in Haryana, 132 in West Bengal, 76 in Jharkhand, 48 in Gujarat and 29 in Punjab. Rejuvenation Under the component of Rejuvenation of old and senile orchards, a total area of 32449 ha has been covered. Major States are Andhra Pradesh (22864 ha), Tamil Nadu (3319 ha), Karnataka (2446 ha), Madhya Pradesh (1750 ha), Odisha (600 ha), West Bengal (424 ha), Bihar (392 ha) and Maharashtra (251 ha). 4 15
  6. 6. IPM Measures Under the component of Integrated Pest Management (IPM), a total coverage of 61,725 ha) has been reported in the States of Karnataka (37,623 ha), Andhra Pradesh (9,000 ha), Kerala (6,278 ha.) , Madhya Pradesh (4,200 ha), Jharkhand (875 ha) and Uttar Pradesh (610 ha). Markets Under the component of establishment of marketing infrastructure for horticulture produce, 11 such infrastructures have been established in the states of Chhattisgarh (7) and 2 each in Karnataka and Punjab. Addressing Quality Planting Material Needs So far, during 2013-14, 113 nurseries and nineteen New Tissue Culture Units have been set up for production of quality planting material and one tissue culture unit has been rehabilitated. Area Expansion During the period, an additional area of 1,03,977 ha has been brought under various horticultural crops, out of which, an area of 33,245 ha has been brought under perennial fruits, 24,332 ha under non-perennial fruits, 9,840 ha. under flowers, 23,058 ha under spices, 1,062 ha under aromatic plants and 12440 ha under plantation crops. The area covered till December, 2013 in different States is depicted in Figure-3. Figure-3: State wise Area Coverage under Horticultural Crops (Area in ha) 20000 17262 15000 10000 12553 10204 9241 8890 8123 7874 5491 4646 4504 4302 3554 3051 2207 1769 5000 0 Jharkhand and Chhattisgarh have made significant advancement in area coverage during 2013-14 mainly in cashew plantations. 5
  7. 7. Market Arrival of Horticultural Produce Fruits During October to December, 2013, 43.74 lakh MT of fruits have been traded in about 783 markets in the country. Apple constituted about 30% (13.3 lakh MT), Banana 19% (8.2 lakh MT), Orange 15% (6.6 lakh MT), Pomegranate 8% (3.5 lakh MT), Papaya 6% (2.6 lakh MT), Pineapple 6% (2.5 lakh MT), Grapes 3% (1.4 lakh MT) and Lime 2% (0.9lakh MT) of fruits traded in different markets in the country. (Figure-4). Figure-4: Trading of Fruits in India during October-December 2013 % Arrival of Fruits 2.2 3.4 30.4 5.8 Apple Banana Orange 6.1 Pomegranate Papaya 8.2 Pineapple Grapes Lime 15.2 18.9 Source: Agmarknet, compiled in NHM website ( www.nhm.nic.in ) Vegetables A total quantity of 641.04 lakh MT of vegetables has been traded during October to December, 2013 in 1116 markets in the country. Major arrivals of vegetables are Potato (35%) followed by Onion (30%), Tomato (10%), Cauliflower (5%), Cabbage (3%), Peas (3%), Brinjal (3%), Carrot (2%), Radish (2%) and other vegetables (7%) (Figure-5) Figure- 5: Trading of Vegetables in India during October-December 2013 2.70 2.60 2.16 1.75 % Arrival of Vegetables Potato 3.12 Onion 4.74 35.09 Tomato Cauliflawer 9.71 Peas Cabbage Brinjal Carrot 30.50 Radish Source: Agmarknet, compiled in NHM website 6
  8. 8. Distribution of vegetables traded in different States during October to December, 2013 is given in Figure-6 Figure-6: State wise trading of Vegetable during October-December 2013 Lakh MT 14.00 12.00 10.00 8.00 6.00 4.00 2.00 0.00 12.47 11.55 7.49 6.14 6.01 4.55 3.68 2.82 2.77 2.74 1.67 1.40 1.26 Source: Agmarknet, compiled in NHM website Flowers Total market arrival of flowers was 35.56 lakh MT in 77 markets, Chrysanthemum (Loose) constitutes about 23.87 lakh MT, Orchid 4.58 lakh MT, Gladiolus bulb 3.81 lakh MT, Lily 1.08 lakh MT, Gladiolus cut flower 0.97 lakh MT, Anthorium 0.50 lakh MT and Rose 0.46 lakh MT during October-December, 2013. Spices About 12.87 lakh MT of spices has been traded in 1115 markets. Out of this, Methi constitutes 31%, of total arrival of spices, followed by Garlic (23 %), Green Chilies (16%), Coriander Seed (11 %), Chilies Red (7%), Ginger (2%), Cumin Seed (2%), Turmeric (2%) and others spices (6%) during October-December, 2013. Plantation Crops Total market arrival of Plantation crops, mostly coconut has been reported as 38.94 lakh MT in 66 markets. Exports Status of export of horticulture products is indicated in Table:5: Table 5: Export Value of Horticultural Products S. No. 1 2 3 4 Products Floriculture Fruits & Vegetable Seeds Cashew Spices Value (Rs. in Crore) 299.04 271.36 Remarks Up to November, 2013 Up to November, 2013 3411.89 10631.99 Up to November, 2013 Up to November, 2013 Source: DGCI&S 7
  9. 9. Meetings   B. The Twenty Second meeting of the Empowered Committee (EMC) of NHM held on 10.10.2013 under the Chairmanship of Additional Secretary (DKJ) to consider project proposals of the State Horticulture Missions of Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, Haryana, Karnataka, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Punjab, Rajasthan and West Bengal. Empowered Committee approved 52 project proposals with an outlay of Rs. 6257.28 lakh with eligible subsidy of Rs. 1258.91 lakh. Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) approved the implementation of Mission for Integrated Development of Horticulture (MIDH) on 12.12.2013 by subsuming ongoing schemes of NHM, HMNEH, NBM, NHB, CDB and Central Institute for Horticulture, Nagaland CIH during XII Plan with an outlay of Rs. 16840.00 crore. VEGETABLE INITIATIVE FOR URBAN CLUSTERS (VIUC)   Outlay for 2013-14, an allocation of Rs. 200.00 crore (BE) has been approved and funds to the tune of Rs. 120.83 crore have been released so far during the current financial year. During October to December 2013, 11.19 lakh MT of vegetables were traded in the major metro cities, details of which are depicted in Figure-8. Figure-8: Vegetables traded in major VIUC Cities 278930 300000 Qty. (MT) 250000 200000 183233 150000 100000 57731 44199 50000 0 8 43718 39345 36213 22391 18373
  10. 10. C. NATIONAL MISSION ON MICRO IRRIGATION (NMMI) Release and Expenditure: 2013-14 During the current financial year viz. 2013-14, RE of Rs. 1342.00 crore has been earmarked for NMMI. The Annual Action Plan for all the 27 States and NCPAH were approved on 30th April, 2013. An amount of Rs. 1086.25 crore was released till 31st December, 2013 in 22 States. (Figure-9) Figure-9: Statewise Percentage share of release of funds Mizoram, 0.50 Uttar Pradesh, 0.15 Himachal Pradesh, 0.11 Uttrakhand, 0.40 Tamil Nadu, 5.00 Sikkim, 0.22 Tripura, 0.07 Manipur, 0.11 Rajasthan, 6.00 Punjab, 0.50 Andhra Pradesh, 18.00 Orissa, 1.00 Bihar, 4.00 Maharashtra, 8.00 Chattisgarh, 2.00 Goa, 0.01 Madhya Pradesh, 8.00 Kerala, 0.15 Gujarat, 15.00 Karnataka, 8.00 Jharkhand, 1.00 Haryana, 2.00 An area of about 2.51 lakh ha has been covered under micro irrigation till Dec. 2013 (Fig: 10) Fig 10: Area Covered under NMMI during 2013-14 80000.00 70000.00 60000.00 50000.00 40000.00 30000.00 20000.00 10000.00 0.00 75694.00 55046.00 40055.00 10012.00 4323.00 95.00 509.00 3900.00 9 11455.00 17631.00 12693.00 12348.00 6068.00 651.00 1084.00
  11. 11. D. NATIONAL CENTRE FOR COLD CHAIN DEVELOPMENT (NCCD) NCCD has been constituted by Department of Agriculture and Cooperation as an autonomous body which has been registered as a Society under the Societies Registration Act 1860. Progress made by NCCD during 2013-14 (April-December) • NCCD has been included as an NLA under NHM during 2013-14. An outlay of Rs. 3.00 crore has been approved for taking up various awareness generations and training activities. A sum of Rs. 1.50 crore has been released. • MoU has been established with Cemafroid (French Cold Chain regulatory agency) for having collaboration in capacity building and technical trainingsas part of framework to advance Indo-France collaboration. • Process is underway for study on Constraint and Investment Priorities for Post-Harvest Management to be undertaken under NLTA (Non Lending Technical Assistance) of World Bank. • Specialised Training on Ripening Chamber operations to unemployed youth has been initiated. This was done on request from facility owners on the reassurance that they would provide employment. Process is underway to undertake technical training on refrigeration with private sector participation. • NCCD has provided technical assistance and advise to DAC for developing and amending cost norms and pattern of assistance for MIDH Scheme for the XII Plan Period. • Other National Level Agencies and State departments involved in cold-chain development have called upon NCCD to advise upon, guide and support their initiatives. This includes MNRE,DIPP, MoD, DRDO, NHB, NABARD, NMBA, SFAC, FHEL and departments/institutions from the govt. of Haryana, govt. of Gujarat, govt. of Meghalaya, etc.State Level capacity building workshops have been held by NCCD in collaboration with departments in Meghalaya, Assam and Arunachal Pradesh. Further workshops are in process. • State governments have been directed to appoint Nodal Cold-chain officers to liaise with NCCD on cold-chain matters. • NCCD has assisted in appraisals as part of the PAC and EMC, including undertaking JITs. • The membership criteria of NCCD was revised and made open ended in January 2013 to broaden the scope of private industry & stakeholder participation. • NCCD has been involved in various stakeholder meetings including the organizing of a conclave with stakeholders from the logistics sector. • NCCD has been invited to address 7 international conferences and roundtables, dealing with Cold-chain and Agri-logistics and also represented India as Guest of Honor at the 3rd International Conference on Cold-chain and Sustainability at Paris in April 2013. 10
  12. 12. • After first 20 months of functioning, NCCD has recently initiated sourcing additional support staff to carry forward its mandate. • Membership of International Institution of Refrigeration (IIR), Paris has been obtained. Director, NCCD is Indian delegate in IIR. • Communication with HRD Ministry has been initiated to develop a B. Tech course on Refrigeration Technology in IITs. • lIT, Delhi has been requested to provide specialized vocational training to technical manpower (technicians) engaged in cold chain sector. • Technical Committees have been constituted to provide recommendations on the following: a) Technical Specification, Standards, test laboratory and product certification Committee, b) Training, HRD and R&D Committee, c) Application of Non-conventional Energy Sources in Cold Chain Infrastructure and d) Supply Chain & Logistics for Post Harvest Marketing. E. NATIONAL MISSION ON SAFFRON (NMS) National Saffron Mission is being continued during 2013-14 in Jammu & Kashmir State with the main objective to increase production, productivity of saffron and for improving the product quality. An outlay of Rs.100.00 crore has been earmarked for the Scheme, out of which funds to the tune of Rs. 50.00 crore has been released. During the year, the following achievements have been made so far:  About 1867 ha of saffron area rejuvenated/replanted.  About 650 ha developed for producing planting material.  Three tube wells established and irrigation system strengthened in 162 ha.  Saffron mechanization activities taken up.  Three hundred farmers trained and 200 demonstrations organized.  More than 450 vermi compost units established.  An expenditure of Rs. 39.0 crore has been incurred.  RKVY Division has extended implementation of Mission till 2015-16 to complete the targets. 11

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