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National Horticulture Mission Action Plan for 2006 -07 Rajasthan Horticulture Development Society, Directorate of National Horticulture Mission Action Plan for 2006 -07 Rajasthan Horticulture Development Society, Directorate of Horticulture, Krishi Bhawan, Jaipur

Contents: Section- I : Production scenario and market linkages Section- II : Prioritization of Contents: Section- I : Production scenario and market linkages Section- II : Prioritization of products and Clusters Section- III : Proposals for 2006 -07 Section- IV : Mode of implementation

Present Scenario … Salient Features 66% population depends on agriculture and AH. They contribute Present Scenario … Salient Features 66% population depends on agriculture and AH. They contribute 28 % to SDP at current prices. However, agriculture in the State is primarily rainfed ( 70 Rajasthan has 10. 5% area of the country Supports 5. 5% of human population 10% of cattle Only 1 % water resources of the country Water share for irrigation : 83%

Section- I : Production scenario and market linkages Varied agro climatic conditions favors growing Section- I : Production scenario and market linkages Varied agro climatic conditions favors growing of large numbers of horticulture crops in the State Mandarin Warm humid areas of Jhalawar Kinnow Dry and cool climate of Ganganagar Aonla Central semi arid parts Ber Western parts of the State cumin Barmer, Jalore, Pali, Jodhpur, Nagaur, Bhilwara, Ajmer, Tonk Coriander Kota, Baran, Jhalawar, Bundi, Chittorgarh Fennel Sirohi, Tonk, Jodhpur Pali Chilli Jodhpur, Ajmer, Bhilwara, Tonk, S. Madhopur, Karoli Garlic Jodhpur, Chittorgarh, Baran, Jhalawar, Kota Mehandi Pali Aloevera Jaipur, Ajmer Aromatic grasses Baran, Ganganagar

Horticulture- Present status: Crop group 2004 -05 Area ha. Prod. MT Fruits Spices 0. Horticulture- Present status: Crop group 2004 -05 Area ha. Prod. MT Fruits Spices 0. 50* 4. 16 5. 61 4. 25 M & A Plants Vegetables Flowers Total 1. 49 1. 22 0. 033 7. 403 0. 79 6. 45 0. 026 17. 13

Fruits Potential districts Mandarin 15000 ha. Jhalawar Kinnow 2000 ha Sriganganagar, H. garh Aonla Fruits Potential districts Mandarin 15000 ha. Jhalawar Kinnow 2000 ha Sriganganagar, H. garh Aonla 15000 ha Jaipur, Alwar, Ajmer Ber 2000 ha Jodhpur, Bikaner Guava 1800 ha S. Madhopur, Bundi

Spices Potential districts Cumin Jalore, Barmer, Pali, Nagaur, Jodhpur Coriander Kota, Baran, Jhalawar Fenugreek Spices Potential districts Cumin Jalore, Barmer, Pali, Nagaur, Jodhpur Coriander Kota, Baran, Jhalawar Fenugreek Jaipur, Sikar, Nagaur, Kota, Baran Garlic Jodhpur, Chittor, Baran Chilli Jodhpur, Ajmer, Tonk, S. Madhopur

Medicinal & Aromatic Plants Potential districts Isabgol Jalore, Barmer Mehandi Pali Sonamukhi Jodhpur Aloe Medicinal & Aromatic Plants Potential districts Isabgol Jalore, Barmer Mehandi Pali Sonamukhi Jodhpur Aloe vera Jaipur, Ajmer Ashwagandha Nagaur, Jhalawar

Vegetables Potential districts Onion Jodhpur, Ajmer, Sikar, Jaipur, Alwar Tomato Jaipur, Sirohi, Jalore Cole Vegetables Potential districts Onion Jodhpur, Ajmer, Sikar, Jaipur, Alwar Tomato Jaipur, Sirohi, Jalore Cole crops Ajmer, Jaipur, Alwar Pea Jaipur, Bundi Okra Jaipur, Alwar, Ajmer Tinda Jaipur, Alwar, Tonk

Flowers Potential districts Rose Ajmer, Ganganagar, Rajsamand Gladiolus & Tuberose Alwar Merigold Jaipur, Ajmer, Flowers Potential districts Rose Ajmer, Ganganagar, Rajsamand Gladiolus & Tuberose Alwar Merigold Jaipur, Ajmer, Kota

Market linkage: Food Parks Three food parks in the state n Ranpur at Kota Market linkage: Food Parks Three food parks in the state n Ranpur at Kota n Boranda at Jodhpur n Udhyog Vihar at GNG products focus n n n Kota: Coriander, Fenugreek, Mandarin, Aonla, Garlic, Potatoes, Tomato, Jodhpur: Cumin, Chilli, Garlic, Onion, Ber, Pomegranate, Aonla, Sonamukhi, Mehandi, Isabgol Sriganganagar: Kinnow, Orange, Aromatic grass Component Kota Jodhpur Ganganagar Area(in acres) 139. 80 192. 47 81. 14 Nos. of plots 151 188 77 No. of plots for Dry process 109 151 57 No. of plots for Wet process 34 28 17 No. of plots for green house 8 9 3

Market linkage: Food Parks Market linkage: Food Parks

Market linkage: AEZ’s AEZ for Coriander AEZ for Cumin Kota Baran Jhalawar Bundi Chittorgarh Market linkage: AEZ’s AEZ for Coriander AEZ for Cumin Kota Baran Jhalawar Bundi Chittorgarh Barmer Jalore Jodhpur Nagaur Pali

Issues with exports from the state Poor quality produce Poor market intelligence n n Issues with exports from the state Poor quality produce Poor market intelligence n n n Limited facilities for grading, sorting & packaging Inappropriate transport facilities for erishables Poor Mandi infrastructure n n Unawareness about Sanitary & Phyto sanitary standards Organic certification Poor PHM Infrastructure n n Lac of market information to divert produce to desirable markets No estimates available for exports of spices, Kinow, Heena, Isagol Lac of certification n n Lac of good quality seeds Threshing in unhygienic conditions Lack of net work of rural/ local markets Lac of perishable cargo centre

Export Potential Fruits Mandarin, Kinnow, Oranges, Aonla & its Products Fresh Tomato, Onion, Okra, Export Potential Fruits Mandarin, Kinnow, Oranges, Aonla & its Products Fresh Tomato, Onion, Okra, Pea, Green Vegetables Chillies, Capsicum, Bitter Gourd, Tinda, Cabbage, Cauliflower Spices Spice's seeds, powder, oleoresin, essential oil, Chilli & Chilli Powder, Garlic paste & powder Flower and Rose oil, dry petals, Gulkand, Isabgol MA Plants husk, Senna & Mehandi powder Others Honey & its products

Major constraints… n n n n Low availability & poor quality of water Inadequate Major constraints… n n n n Low availability & poor quality of water Inadequate availability of quality planting material Initial high investment cost involved in horticulture crops Poor market intelligence network Market glut & price fluctuations Limited facilities for grading & sorting Inappropriate packing and transport facilities for perishables Improper market infrastructure Meager quantities diverted for processing & weak agro based industry Lac of Sanitary & Phyto sanitary laboratories Lac of perishable cargo centre

SWOT analysis Strengths Favorable climate for production of Seed spices, Ber, Mandarin, Kinnow, Pomegranate, SWOT analysis Strengths Favorable climate for production of Seed spices, Ber, Mandarin, Kinnow, Pomegranate, Aonla and Bael Weaknesses Lesser-availability planting material of quality Acute shortage of water Available surplus in Spices, Onion, Pea and Cucurbits Poor PHM Infrastructure Opportunities Threats Ample scope in area expansion of High cost of production, poor price fruits stability and lack of remunerative prices Potential to increase production and export of seed spices Frost during winter, high wind velocity with high temperature in Vast potential of medicinal and summers

Selected clusters n n Cluster 1 - Jaipur, Tonk, Ajmer, Alwar, Bharatpur, Sikar, Jhunjhunu Selected clusters n n Cluster 1 - Jaipur, Tonk, Ajmer, Alwar, Bharatpur, Sikar, Jhunjhunu Cluster ▓ 2 - Baran, Kota, Jhalawar, Bundi, Bhilwara, Chittorgarh, Udaipur Cluster ▓ 3 - Ganganagar, Hanumangarh, Bikaner, Churu Cluster ▓ 4 -Jodhpur, Pali, Jalore, Sirohi, Barmer, Nagaur ▓

Cluster- Fruits Name of crop Aonla Cluster Name of districts Area in ha. Cluster Cluster- Fruits Name of crop Aonla Cluster Name of districts Area in ha. Cluster ▓ 1 Jaipur Alwar Tonk Ajmer Sikar Jhunjhunu 800 300 400 300 Cluster ▓ 2 Baran Kota Jhalawar Bhilwara Chittorgarh Udaipur 200 200 300 200 Cluster ▓ 3 Jodhpur Pali Jalore Sirohi 200 200 1 oo

Cluster- Fruits Name of crop Cluster Name of districts Area in ha. Kinnow Cluster Cluster- Fruits Name of crop Cluster Name of districts Area in ha. Kinnow Cluster ▓ 3 Ganganagar Hanumangarh 2000 500 Mandarin Cluster ▓ 2 Jhalawar Baran Kota 1000 300 200 Ber Cluster ▓ 4 Jodhpur Pali Jalore Sirohi Nagaur Barmer 400 300 200 200

Cluster- Fruits Pomegranate Sikar Jhunjhunu Jaipur 100 100 Cluster ▓ 2 Baran 200 Cluster Cluster- Fruits Pomegranate Sikar Jhunjhunu Jaipur 100 100 Cluster ▓ 2 Baran 200 Cluster ▓ 4 Bael Cluster ▓ 1 Jalore Jodhpur Pali 200 100 Cluster ▓ 1 Jaipur Sikar Jhunjhunu Tonk Ajmer 100 50 50 50 Cluster ▓ 3 Ganganagar Hanumangarh Bikaner 50 50 50

Cluster- Spices Coriander Cluster ▓ 2 Kota Jhalawar Baran Chittorgarh Bundi 600 700 250 Cluster- Spices Coriander Cluster ▓ 2 Kota Jhalawar Baran Chittorgarh Bundi 600 700 250 Cumin Cluster ▓ 4 Jalore Barmer Nagaur Jodhpur Pali 500 400 300 200 Cluster ▓ 1 Ajmer Tonk Sikar Jhunjhunu 100 100 Cluster ▓ 2 Bhilwara 100 Cluster ▓ 3 Bikaner 100

Cluster- Spices Fenugreek Jaipur Sikar Jhunjhunu 300 400 200 Cluster ▓ 2 Kota Jhalawar Cluster- Spices Fenugreek Jaipur Sikar Jhunjhunu 300 400 200 Cluster ▓ 2 Kota Jhalawar Baran 200 200 Cluster ▓ 4 Chilli Cluster ▓ 1 Nagaur 500 Cluster ▓ 4 Jodhpur Jalore Pali 400 300 200 Cluster ▓ 2 Bhilwara 200 Cluster ▓ 1 Tonk Ajmer 200

Cluster- Spices & MA Plants Fennel Cluster ▓ 1 Tonk 300 Cluster ▓ 4 Cluster- Spices & MA Plants Fennel Cluster ▓ 1 Tonk 300 Cluster ▓ 4 Sirohi Jodhpur Pali 300 100 Garlic Cluster ▓ 2 Chittor Jhalawar Baran Kota 100 100 50 Aaloe vera Cluster ▓ 1 Jaipur Ajmer 50 50 Mehandi Cluster ▓ 4 Pali Jodhpur 30 20 Aromatic grasses Cluster ▓ 2 Baran Kota 20 10 Cluster ▓ 3 Ganganagar, Hanumangarh 10 10

Action plan for 2006 -07 National Horticulture Mission- 2006 -07 S. No. Name of Action plan for 2006 -07 National Horticulture Mission- 2006 -07 S. No. Name of Scheme/Component A Production of planting material a Fin. Rs in Lac Plantation Infrastructure & Development 1 Unit Phy. Development of Nurseries i Public Sector Model Nursery (4 ha. ) Nos. 4 72. 00 Small Nursery (1 ha. ) Nos. 10 30. 00 ii Private Sector Model Nursery (4 ha. ) Nos. 4 36. 00 Small Nursery (1 ha. ) Nos. 14 21. 00 Total 159. 00

Action plan for 2006 -07 Unit b Phy. Fin. Rs in Lac Vegetable Seed Action plan for 2006 -07 Unit b Phy. Fin. Rs in Lac Vegetable Seed Production Public Sector Ha. 50 25. 00 Private Sector Ha. 50 12. 50 Total 37. 50 c Seed Infrastructrure Public Sector 50. 00 Private Sector 50. 00 Total 100. 00

Action plan for 2006 -07 2 Establishment of New gardens Unit a Fruits Ha. Action plan for 2006 -07 2 Establishment of New gardens Unit a Fruits Ha. 12000 1350. 00 Old 2005 -06 Ha. 4618 207. 81 Fruits sub Total b Flowers- i Cut Flowers a) Small & Marginal Farmers Ha. 10 3. 50 b) Other Farmers Ha. 40 9. 24 ii Bulbous Flowers a) Small & Marginal Farmers Ha. 5 2. 25 b) Other Farmers Ha. 20 5. 94 Loose Flowers a)Small & Marginal Farmers Ha. 400 48. 00 b)Other Farmers Ha. 1025 81. 18 Flowers sub Total c Spices, M&A Plants Ha. Total iii Phy. Fin. Rs in Lac 1557. 81 150. 11 10000 1125. 00 2832. 92

Action plan for 2006 -07 SN Component Unit 3 Rejuvenation/replacement of senile plantation H. Action plan for 2006 -07 SN Component Unit 3 Rejuvenation/replacement of senile plantation H. a 200 30. 00 4 Creation of Water resources Nos. 1000. 00 5 Protected cultivation a Green House i ii Small & Marginal Farmers Sq. Mtr Other Farmers Sq. Mtr Phy. Fin. Rs in Lac 8000 26. 00 b Mulching Ha. 50 3. 50 c Shade Net Sq. Mtr. 100000 7. 00 Plastic tunnel Sq. Mtr. 50000 2. 50 Total d 39. 00

Action plan for 2006 -07 SN Component Unit Phy. Fin. Rs in Lac 6 Action plan for 2006 -07 SN Component Unit Phy. Fin. Rs in Lac 6 Promotion of INM/IPM a Sanitary and Phytosanitary (Public Sector) b Disease Forecasting units Nos. c Promotion of IPM Ha. d Plant health clinic (Public Sector) e Plant health clinic (Private Sector) 200. 00 2 8. 00 75. 00 Nos. 5 100. 00 Nos. 5 50. 00 Total 7 Organic Farming 433. 00 a Adoption of organic farming 1000 100. 00 b Vermi compost units Nos. 100 30. 00 c Certification Ha. 100. 00 230. 00 Total

Action plan for 2006 -07 8 HRD including horticulture institute Item Assistance 1 Production Action plan for 2006 -07 8 HRD including horticulture institute Item Assistance 1 Production Technology 5000 0. 015 75. 00 2 Marketing and Packaging 500 0. 015 7. 50 3 Agri Export 500 0. 015 7. 50 4 IPM 1000 0. 015 15. 00 5 Bee Keeping 1000 0. 015 15. 00 6 Entrepreneurship 200 0. 015 3. 00 7 Exposure tours A Nos. 2500 0. 025 62. 50 Inside state 50 0. 50 25. 00 Out side state 50 0. 50 25. 00 Abroad 10 3. 00 30. 00 Farmers Training Preservation of F&V B Financial Rs Lac Official / Officer training

Action plan for 2006 -07 HRD including horticulture institute C Farmer friendly literature Nos. Action plan for 2006 -07 HRD including horticulture institute C Farmer friendly literature Nos. Assistance Financial Rs Lac Literature 40. 00 Poster 1. 00 Exhibits 2. 00 Video Films/CD's 5. 00 D Electronic/print media 10. 00 E State level Farmer fair 1 10. 00 F Exhibition 1 2. 00 G Seminar/ Workshop 2 1. 00 2. 00 H Training of Supervisors 2 55. 00 400. 00 Total

Action plan for 2006 -07 SN Item Nos. Assistance 9 Pollination support through beekeeping Action plan for 2006 -07 SN Item Nos. Assistance 9 Pollination support through beekeeping Nos. 10 Technolgoy dissemination through demonstration B Post Harvest Management Financial Rs Lac 5000 40. 00 130. 00 a Pack House Nos. 8 5. 00 b Cold Storage units Nos. 2 100. 00 c Ref. Vans/ Containers Nos. 2 12. 00 d Mobile processing units Nos. 2 12. 00 e Market intelligence Nos. 150. 00 f Buy Back intervention Nos. 50. 00 g Rural markets Nos. 5 18. 75 i Extension, quality awareness & market led extension activitiees 100. 00 Total 447. 75 Sub Total 5879. 17

Action plan for 2006 -07 SN D Mission Management a b c Nos. Item Action plan for 2006 -07 SN D Mission Management a b c Nos. Item Assistance State & District Mission Structure including additional manpower & project preparation cost Support to cooperatives for infrastuructural requirement Institutional Strengthening, hire, purchase of vehicles, hardware/slftware Total Financial Rs Lac 200. 00 50. 00 150. 00 400. 00

Action plan for 2006 -07 SN F Nos. Item Assistance Financial Rs Lac New Action plan for 2006 -07 SN F Nos. Item Assistance Financial Rs Lac New Interventions a Horticulture equipments 50. 00 b Distribution of drying spices sheets 100. 00 c Field Extension workers 60. 00 d Water harvesting cum storage structures 500. 00 Total 710. 00 G Integrated Development of Horticulture on Tribal Hilly areas Grand Total 200. 00 7189. 17

Mode of implementation n n State horticulture Mission's programmes being implemented through a registered Mode of implementation n n State horticulture Mission's programmes being implemented through a registered society “Rajasthan Horticulture Development Society” at the state level and its district Horticulture Development Societies registered under socities registration act The Horticulture Development Societies at state as well as district level has already been registered Overall supervision and monitoring by the Director of Horticulture as State Mission Director At State Level the different programme/ activities of NHM is being carried out by the officers of planning cell through concerned scheme in charges

Mode of implementation n n At the district level, the District Mission Committee (DMC) Mode of implementation n n At the district level, the District Mission Committee (DMC) is responsible for overall implementation of NHM programmes constituted under the Chairmanship of District Collector The mission programmes would be implemented preferably in identified villages of selected districts based on agro climatic situations. For this, five to ten villages in cluster have been selected in potential district of the State. In these selected villages, selected horticulture crops being promoted in such a manner so that the demonstration effect could be visualized