Plans & Schemes
5. Establishment & Revival of Block Level Nurseries.
In order to provide quality planting materials for public sale as well as utilization in Govt. programme, it is required to establish/revival of block level nursery for production of quality planting materials. It is proposed to establish & revive of block level nurseries with a financial outlay of Rs 100.00 lakhs during 2009-10. The detailed list of defunct nurseries for Revival is given below.
List of Defunct Nurseries for Revival during 2009-10
|Name of the District||Name of the Block||Unit||Phy. Prog.||Amount (in Rs)|
|Jajpur||Jajpur (diverted from Sukinda)||No.||1||1,20,000|
|Cuttack||Badamba (diverted from Banki-1)||No.||1||2,93,000|
|Mayurbhanj (diverted from Ganjam)||Udala (diverted from Seragarh)||No.||1||5,68,760|
6. Production and Distribution of Quality Planting Materials:
Quality planting materials are the most important input for success of plantation programme followed by increase in production and productivity. Under this programme Rs 0.01 lakhs may be kept as token provision during 2009-10.
7. Intercropping in fruit orchards:
It is proposed to take up pineapple and root & tuber crops as intercrop in fruit orchards. This will provide short term assured economic benefit to the farmers within a period of one year, because the newly developed perennial fruit orchards give return after 4 to 5 years. Under this scheme Rs 0.01 lakh has been kept in provision during 2009-10.
8. Subsidy on Integrated Pest Management control on Eriophyid Mites:
In order to control Eriophyid Mite of coconut, a token provision of Rs 0.01 lakh is kept provision for treatment of coconut palms during 2009-10.
B. Centrally Sponsored Scheme :
The Centrally Sponsored Plan with a financial outlay of Rs 1050.00 lakhs as State Share has been proposed on different schemes. The details are given below:
9. Production of TxD Hybrid Coconut Seedlings:
This is an ongoing scheme which aims at production of TxD hybrid coconut seedlings in the departmental farms and nurseries with financial assistance from Coconut Development Board as well as State Govt. on 50:50 basis. The total outlay is of Rs6.26 lakh where in state share comes to Rs 3.13 lakh for production of 25,040 coconut seedlings during the year 2009-10.
10. Establishment of Regional Coconut Nursery:
This scheme envisages production of coconut seedlings in farms & nurseries, with financial assistance from Coconut Development Board (CDB) as well as State Govt. on
50:50 basis and its distribution / supply to the farmers for area expansion of coconut in the state. The total outlay of Rs 50.00 lakhs has been proposed for implementation of the scheme where in the state share comes to Rs 25.00 lakhs for production of 2,00,000 coconut seedlings during 2009-10.
11. National Horticulture Mission
The main objectives under National Horticulture Mission are to increase production of suitable fruits in the state thus enhance the economic status of the farmers, promotion of export oriented agro based industries through provision of subsidy on supply of Quality planting materials, training and development of market infrastructure etc. The scheme envisages with a financial assistance from Govt. of India and State Govt. at a ratio of 85:15 basis. A budget provision of Rs 786.87 lakhs is kept as State Share during 2009-10.
12. Micro Irrigation (Hort):
The scheme envisages providing subsidy for drip irrigation and sprinkler irrigation suitable for fruit crops, vegetable, medicinal crops & floriculture crops etc. The pattern of subsidy will be 70% of the unit cost i.e. 30% will be borne by the farmer and rest 70% will be borne by Govt. of India and State Govt. at a ratio of 40:30. During 2009-10, the total outlay of Rs 466.67 lakhs has been kept under provision for implementation of the scheme where in the State Share is Rs 200.00 lakhs.
13. ISOPOM (Oil Palm):
Oil palm is an important commercial crop which needs to be implemented in the state for the economic development of rural poor. The scheme envisages Oil Palm plantation as well as its maintenance in the potential pockets of Gajapati, Rayagada and Dhenkanal districts with financial assistance from Govt. of India and State Govt. at a ratio of 75:25. The total outlay of Rs 140.00 lakhs has been kept where in the state share comes to Rs 35.00 lakhs during 2009-10.