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Pulses promotion strategy 2010 -11 Addressing constraints programmatically Pulses promotion strategy 2010 -11 Addressing constraints programmatically

Doubling the yields • Pulse promotion programs have been rationalized – Better Accountability – Doubling the yields • Pulse promotion programs have been rationalized – Better Accountability – Strengthened with more fund flow • Implementation strategies – Institutional support – Integrated approach • Marketing support

Area and Production Gujarat Karnataka All India A. P. Production in '00000 Tonne Rajasthan Area and Production Gujarat Karnataka All India A. P. Production in '00000 Tonne Rajasthan Area in '00000 HA UP Total 7 States Maharashtra M. P. 0 100 200 300 0 20 40 60

Pulses crops Area Production Others 22% Others 25% Gram 36% Gram 48% Moong 7% Pulses crops Area Production Others 22% Others 25% Gram 36% Gram 48% Moong 7% Urad 12% Urad 7% Moong 12% Tur 15% Tur 16%

Seasonal Distribution Area Production Kharif 33% Kharif 44% Rabi 56% Rabi 67% Seasonal Distribution Area Production Kharif 33% Kharif 44% Rabi 56% Rabi 67%

Schemes • National Food Security Mission – Strengthened with merger of ISOPOM components relating Schemes • National Food Security Mission – Strengthened with merger of ISOPOM components relating to Pulses – Coverage extended to all the districts of the ISOPOM States plus Jharkhand Assam - 98% total area – Accelerated Pulses Production Program for intensive work in 1000 compact blocks of 1000 hectares each • Macro Management Scheme – Integrated Cereals Production Program for Pulses in non NFSM States • Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojana – Earmarked funds for development of 60, 000 pulses and oilseeds villages

Strategy • Area expansion in Rainfed Rice Fallows, Intercropping and as summer crop in Strategy • Area expansion in Rainfed Rice Fallows, Intercropping and as summer crop in rice wheat farming system • Bridging the yield gaps

Technology gaps from FLDs Ideal Practice 5 mt FYM at the time of soil Technology gaps from FLDs Ideal Practice 5 mt FYM at the time of soil preparation Seed treatment with Rhizobium & Trichoderma DAP basal @ 50 kg/acre Perception SOME WHAT LOW Significantly LOW Line sowing at defined spacing GAP Life Irrigation GAP Weed management on 15 and 30 th day of sowing SOME WHAT Foliar application of nutrients at 30 & 45 DAS. GAP Plant growth nutrients GAP Plant protection - Insect control LOW Plant protection – Disease control GAP Water Management using sprinklers GAP Mechanized Threshing GAP Procurement at door step GAP

Programs • Stress tolerant • Practices • Source • Efficiency Water Plant Protection • Programs • Stress tolerant • Practices • Source • Efficiency Water Plant Protection • Pest surveillance • Pesticides Seeds Nutrients • S and P • Micro Nutrient

 • Farm Machinery – Land preparation, moisture conservation, flood management, mulching • Rotavators, • Farm Machinery – Land preparation, moisture conservation, flood management, mulching • Rotavators, ridge and furrow planters, zero till seed drills, water pumps, sprinklers, pipes for carrying water, pesticide sprayers

Budget under various schemes for pulses development 07 -08 to 10 -11 (Rs in Budget under various schemes for pulses development 07 -08 to 10 -11 (Rs in crores) Year Total Releases to states Releases to other institutions Total National Food Security Mission 07 -08 103. 65 1. 94 105. 59 08 -09 270. 15 17. 14 287. 29 09 -10 374. 00 13. 70 387. 70 total 747. 80 32. 78 780. 6 10 -11* 477. 03 +360(A 3 P)= 837. 03 ISOPOM Pulses 07 -08 to 09 -10 188. 27 Grand total 1805. 87

NFSM Pulses financial achievement under major components Year Total Releases to states Seed INM NFSM Pulses financial achievement under major components Year Total Releases to states Seed INM distribution Machinery Plant protecti on 07 -08 103. 65 14. 75 5. 31 1. 27 4. 53 08 -09 270. 13 55. 47 46. 00 55. 71 37. 31 09 -10 374. 01 72. 34 57. 46 91. 57 37. 40 total 142. 56 108. 77 148. 55 747. 79 79. 24

NFSM Pulses State wise expenditure (in crores) State A. P Maharashtra M. P U. NFSM Pulses State wise expenditure (in crores) State A. P Maharashtra M. P U. P. Karnataka Chhattisgarh Orissa Total 2007 -08 2008 -09 2009 -10 Total 18. 76 3. 37 2. 88 3. 15 1. 11 1. 96 1. 53 36. 49 56. 84 39. 65 24. 79 18. 29 11. 18 33. 9 28. 44 246. 88 91. 23 44. 49 39. 7 40. 88 35. 05 9. 34 13. 14 358. 97 166. 83 87. 51 67. 37 62. 32 47. 34 45. 2 43. 11 642. 32

Major input distribution during 07 -08 to 09 -10 in pulses Year Seed (HYV) Major input distribution during 07 -08 to 09 -10 in pulses Year Seed (HYV) in qtls INM (in ha) Machinery (no) Plant protection (ha) 2007 -08 141789 115443 4485 80203 2008 -09 480820 826326 140881 585546 2009 -10 527129 1097203 276103 583252 total 11, 497, 38 20, 38, 972 4, 21, 469 12, 49, 001

NFSM Pulses outcomes 16 14 12 million tons 10 Target 8 Ach 6 4 NFSM Pulses outcomes 16 14 12 million tons 10 Target 8 Ach 6 4 2 0 2006 -07 2007 -08 2008 -09 2009 -10

Area Trends 250 2006 -07 2007 -08 2008 -09 2009 -10 200 Lac hectares Area Trends 250 2006 -07 2007 -08 2008 -09 2009 -10 200 Lac hectares 150 100 50 0 Tur Gram urad moong Other kharif pulses Other rabi pulses Total pulses

Yield trends 1000 2006 -07 2007 -08 2008 -09 2009 -10 900 800 700 Yield trends 1000 2006 -07 2007 -08 2008 -09 2009 -10 900 800 700 Kg/yectare 600 500 400 300 200 100 0 Tur Gram urad moong Other kharif pulses Other rabi pulses Total pulses

Demand of pulses, domestic production and import Qty in million tons Year Demand of Demand of pulses, domestic production and import Qty in million tons Year Demand of Pulses Domestic Pulses Production Import of Pulses Value of imports (Rs. In crores) 2004 -2005 14. 20 13. 13 1. 339 1, 777. 58 2005 -2006 14. 63 13. 39 1. 695 2, 476. 25 2006 -2007 16. 24 14. 19 2. 270 3, 891. 91 2007 -2008 16. 77 15. 11 2. 791 5, 278. 02 2008 -2009 17. 51 14. 18 1. 438 3, 701. 84 up to November 2008

Demand Projections Qty in million tons Year 2011 -12 2012 -13 2013 -14 2014 Demand Projections Qty in million tons Year 2011 -12 2012 -13 2013 -14 2014 -15 2015 -16 2016 -17 2017 -18 2018 -19 2019 -20 2020 -21 Pulses 16. 10 16. 41 16. 72 17. 04 17. 37 17. 70 18. 04 18. 39 18. 74 19. 10 Estimation by Dr. Ramesh Chand, Director NCAP

Returns from Pulses Crops Productivity of different crop groups (Rs. / hectare) Coarse-cereals Pulses Returns from Pulses Crops Productivity of different crop groups (Rs. / hectare) Coarse-cereals Pulses Cereals Oilseeds Wheat Rice Cotton All-Crops Sugarcane Condiments/spices Horticulture Fruits/Vegetables 0 20, 000 40, 000 60, 000 80, 000 100, 000 120, 000 140, 000 160, 000

Expert Group on Pulses • Under Dr. Y. K. Alagh with members from Policy, Expert Group on Pulses • Under Dr. Y. K. Alagh with members from Policy, Research, Trade and Development • To evolve medium term strategy to reduce demand supply gap; 3 years timeframe; research products 5 years • Seven sub groups formed to look at – potential additional area – CEO NRAA – seed development – VC, MPKY – Practices – Agriculture Commissioner, DAC – research agenda – ADG, Seeds ICAR – Trade policy – Chairman CACP and IFPRI India – Business model – Tata Chemical Ltd – Communication strategy – DDG, Extension ICAR • Report expected by December 2010

Key implementation issues • Institutional Support – Input supplies especially on seeds – Pest Key implementation issues • Institutional Support – Input supplies especially on seeds – Pest monitoring, surveillance and control – Extension of practices • Integrated development – Production, protection and market – Schemes – NREGS, RKVY, IWMS, Micro Irrigation – Credit and Insurance support – Private sector participation

Need proof of concepts • IIPR, ICRISAT and ICARDA for taking up pilots in Need proof of concepts • IIPR, ICRISAT and ICARDA for taking up pilots in potential areas for different crops • National Bee Board on yield gains with Bees • NCIPM on timely advisory and ensuring application of right and quality pesticides • Environment Ministry for implementable options to control blue bull menace • Watershed plus models showing yield gains

Best Practices • MPKV Rahuri on Pigeon pea yield gains through water use efficiency Best Practices • MPKV Rahuri on Pigeon pea yield gains through water use efficiency • Hybrid Pigeon pea production by ICRISAT • Transplantation of Pigeon pea • Hybrid Rice – Chickpea farming system in Chhattisgarh • Private Sector Initiative on ‘Grow more pulses’ and supply chain management by TCL

m. KRISHI – Procurement flow (11) Bank Transfer SMS Notification In Pudukkottai IAMWARM - m. KRISHI – Procurement flow (11) Bank Transfer SMS Notification In Pudukkottai IAMWARM - TATA Support Price (8) Transfer Transaction Details (1) Raise Sell Request Community Head (CH) – Farmer Commodity m. KRISHITM System (2) Confirm TCL Procurement Officer Request (4) Notify Agent to Pickup (3) Harvest Produce (5) Pick up Produce Collected Produce @ Farmer Commodity (12) Acknowledge Bank Transfer (9) Initiate Bank Transfer (6) Confirm Pickup (7) Stack Produce TCL Produce Pick-Up Van & Agent TCL-IT System TCL Ware-House (10) Acknowle dgement

How m. KRISHI can play a Role? In Pudukkottai IAMWARM - TATA Farmer / How m. KRISHI can play a Role? In Pudukkottai IAMWARM - TATA Farmer / Commodity Head 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Check Package of Practices / FAQ on his mobile in Tamil. Can check Local Weather Forecast*. Provide Farm Operation update regularly. Record Question & Send Crop Image. Check Tata Support Price on his mobile. Raise Request for Crop Procurement. Automated 3. Check Pickup Request. Provide Procurement Details (weight, price, CH, etc. ) Confirm the procurement. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Check Procurement Requests from CH. Accept / Reject the Requests. Plan the Pick-up & Notify the Agents. Review, Approve & Notify the Pick-ups to Warehouse or Processing Unit. Generates the Payment list for the Banks (for money transfer). Agri Expert FSA / TFA (Agents) 1. 2. Procurement Officer Simple, Traceable 1. 2. 3. Update Best Practices / FAQ. Send Broadcast Alerts SMS. Check Farm Data, Weather, Crop Image, Listen Query and give advice.