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Horticulture & Sericulture

DEPARTMENT OF HORTICULTURE & SERICULTURE :

Horticulture has been identified as one of the “focus sectors” for development of the Nagarkurnool district and state as well.Horticulture crops provide better alternativefor diversification of Agriculture in view of horticulture as growth engine. The diversification of Agriculture is recognized as an important strategy to overcome the emerging challenges in Agriculture.Horticulture sector, commands a large employment potential by way of supporting a series of direct and indirect activities related to Area Expansion of fruit crops, vegetables & Floriclture, development of Nurseries, PostHarvest Management, Extension activities such as Technical Guidance on Horticultural crops management.

Sl.No.

 Name of the component

Area (Ha.)

Production (MTs)

1

FRUIT CROPS

11124.29

120344.00

2

VEGETABLE

1323.73

16990.00

3

SPICES

374.80

1400.00

 

Grand Total

12822.82

138734.00

4

MULBERY (Sericulture)

 

22400 DFLS

Brushing,

Cocoon Production 16128 kgs

Major Crops Grown :: Fruits – Mango, Guava & Pomegranate
Vegetables : Tomato, Brinjal, Okra, Cucumber & Watermelon.
Spices : Red Chilli

SCHEMES UNDER IMPLEMENTATION

1) Micro Irrigation with NABARD Financial Assistance :

  •  High quality yield with less water, electricity & labour is the main objective of the scheme.
  •  Under the scheme all category farmers in revenue village irrespective of their economic status are eligible upto 5.00 ha. or land holding possessed by the farmer in RoR (I B) whichever is less with the following subsidy pattern.

DRIP SUBSIDY PATTERN :

  • All SC/ST farmer are eligible for 100% subsidy.
  •  All BC farmers are eligible for 90% subsidy.
  •  All other category farmers are eligible for 80% subsidy.
  • Portable sprinklers for all category farmers are eligible for 75% subsidy limited to 1.00 ha. unit only.
    Sprinkler Irrigation Scheme to be implemented on 75% discount for all categories of farmers

 Sprinkler unit price

75%

Subsidy

25% Farmer share

 

(Including GST)

16671/-

12503/-

5335/-

2) Mission for Integrated Development of Horticulture (MIDH):
Under this scheme assistance (40% subsidy) would be provided to farmers for Establishment of new gardens of Mango, Guava, Pomegranate & Apple Ber towards material cost and other inputs for
3 consecutive years as detailed below :

SI. No.

Crop

Spacing (mts)

Total subsidy for 1.00 Ha. (Rs.)

1st Year

2nd Year

3rd Year

TOTAL

1

Mango

5X5

9840

3280

3280

16,400/-

2

Guava

3X3

17600

5866

5866

29,332/-

3

Citrus / Acide lime

6×6

9601

3200

3200

16001/-

4

Pomegranate

5X3

16004

5334

5334

26,672/-

5

Apple Ber

5X5

8400

2800

2800

14,000/-

6

Custard Apple

2.5 x 2.5

25440

8480

8480

42400/-

7

Guava

3×3

17600

5866

5866

29332/-

CREATION OF WATER RESOURCES (FARM POND)

SI. No.

Size (mts)

Storage capacity

Subsidy

in lakh liters

(Rs.)

1

10X10X3

1.74

10,875/-

2

15X15X3

4.59

28,687.50/-

3

20X20X3

8.94

75,000/-

4

21X21X4

25.64

1,60,250/-

5

27X27X4

39.08

2,44,250/-

6

35X35X4

61.48

3,84,250/-

3) FLAT ROOF NET HOUSE WITH CABLE PURLIN :

 

Sl.

 

Component

 

Unit cost

Pattern of Assistance

 

(95% for SC/ST farmers)

 

No.

 

1

Flat Roof Net House (2025 sqmt)

10,89,450/-

10,34,977.50/-

 

2

Flat Roof Net House (3965 sqmt)

19,34,920/-

18,38,174/-

 

4)    INTEGRATED POST HARVEST MANAGEMENT

Sl.No

Component Unit cost Pattern of Assistance
1 Integrated pack house with
facilities for conveyer belt,
sorting, grading units,
washing, drying and weighing.
Rs. 50.00 lakh
per unit with
size of 9Mx18M
Credit linked back-ended subsidy
@ 35% of the cost of project in
general areas and 50% of
case Hilly & Scheduled areas for
individual entrepreneurs
2

Cold storage units Type 1 – basicm mezzanine structure with large
chamber (of >250 MT) type withsingle temperature zone

Rs. 8,000/MT,(max 5,000 MT capacity)

Credit linked back-ended subsidy
@ 35% of the cost of project ingeneral areas and 50% of cost in
case Hilly & Scheduled areas forindividual entrepreneurs.
3 Ripening chamber

Rs. 1.00lakh/MT.(max 300 MTsper beneficaiy)

Credit linked back-ended subsidy
@ 35% of the capital cost of projectin general areas and 50% in case ofHilly & Scheduled areas for a
maximum of 300 MT per beneficiary.

4 Pre- Fabricated Pack house

Rs. 4.00
lakh/unit withsize of 9Mx6M

50% of the total cost i.e., Rs.2.00 lakh per Unit.

5 Solar Cold Rooms Rs. 15.00 lakhs
per unit (5MTs)
50% of the total cost i.e., Rs. 7.50
lakh/unit

5)Rashtriya Krishi Vikasa Yojana (RKVY) :

It is a Central Sector Scheme with 60:40 funding pattern by GOI and State Govt. respectively are as detailed below :

Sl. No

Name of the Component

Unit

Unit Cost in Rs

% of assista nce

Subsidy in Rs

 

1

Construction of Permanent Pandal structures for Creeper vegetable production (each unit of 2000 sq. m)

 

No.

 

1,00,000

 

50%

 

50,000

 

2

Front Line Demonstration on Integrated Summer Vegetable Production (each unit of 4000 sq. m)

 

No.

 

1,60,800

 

75%

 

1,20,600

3

Mulching

Ha

32,000

50%

16,000

 

4

Exposure visist to the farmers outside the state for 6 days @ Rs. 1000/- per farmer per day

 

Nos

 

6000

 

100%

 

6,000

5

HRD – Trainings -Trainings of farmers within the state

Nos

1000 per farmer

100%

1,000

 

Workshops / Publicity / Administrative Expenses

Nos

LS

100%

 

                     PROJECTS PROPOSED UNDER RKVY-RAFTAAR 2019-20. 

Sl. No

Name of the Component

Unit

Unit Cost in Rs

% of assistance

Subsidy in Rs

 

1

Construction of Permanent Pandal structures for Creeper vegetable production (each unit of 2000 sq. m)

 

No.

 

1,00,000

 

50%

 

50,000

 

2

Front Line Demonstration on Integrated Summer Vegetable Production (each unit of 4000 sq. m)

 

No.

 

1,60,800

 

75%

 

1,20,600

3

Mulching

Ha

32,000

50%

16,000

 

4

Exposure visist to the farmers outside the state for 6 days @ Rs. 1000/- per farmer per day

 

Nos

 

6000

 

100%

 

6,000

5

HRD – Trainings -Trainings of farmers within the state

Nos

1000 per farmer

100%

1,000

6

Workshops / Publicity / Administrative Expenses

Nos

LS

100%

 

SERICULTURE:
• Supply of quality disinfectants (seed) to the farmers on 75% subsidy.
• Assistance for construction of silk worm rearing sheds on 75% subsidy.
• Assistance to farmers for farm mechanization on 50% subsidy.
• Training programmes on silk worm rearing.

Incentives providing by the Department under Sericulture:

• Rs.100/- per 100 Disease Free Layings of Bivoltine variety. The cost of 100 DFLs is Rs.650/-
• On Bivoltine Cocoons Rs.75/- per Kg. as incentive.
• On Cross Breed Cocoons Rs.40/- per Kg. as incentive.
• For chawkie worms Rs.150/- per 100 Bivoltine DFLs as incentive.

Activities of Department Of Horticulture & Sericulture (Nagarkurnool)

1. Implementation of various schemes in the district as approved by the govt. for the benefit of the farmers.
2. Providing of technical knowledge/ techniques in raising of fruit orchards, vegetable and floriculture crops, obtaining enhanced produce, productivity and control measures on pest and diseases by the departmental officers and scientists
3. Good marketing methods/procedure to increase economical status and storage facilities.
4. Submitting of proposal to the government for releasing of input subsidy to the crops damaged due to adverse seasonal conditions.
5. Explaining the implementation of crop insurance scheme to the farmers.
6. Obtaining of quality planting material/seedlings/grafts only from the registered/licensed nurseries and implementation of nursery act.
7. Organizing of after sales service campaigns to the beneficiaries in maintaining, usage and taking up compulsory measures for good services of system.
8. Organizing of trainings, awareness for drip irrigation & its benefits.
9. Creating of awareness among the interested farmers by arranging visits to the fields of progressive farmers about good maintenance practices and obtaining more production.
10. Exposure visits to the farmers in best cultivation methods in the district level, inter districts and outside state cropping programs.
11. Creating of awareness in mulberry cultivation and its benefits.
12. Providing of regular advises/directions to the mulberry raising farmers.
13. Submitting of proposals to the state level authorities for development of sericulture and to provide basic facilities to farmers.

Website Of Department of Horticulture And Sericulture:   http://horticulture.tg.nic.in/

Contact details the Officer & Staff working in Horticulture  & Sericulture Department

Sl. No.

Name

Designation

Place of Work

Contact No

A – District  Horticulture & Sericulture Officer

1

Sri M. Chandra Sekhara Rao

District Horticulture & Sericulture Officer

Entire District

7997725181

B- Constituency Level Officers

1

K. Chandrasekhar

HO/ CLH&SO, Achampet Division

Balmoor, Lingal, Amrabad, Achampet, Uppununthala, Padara

7997725186

2

P. Imrana

HO/ CLH&SO, Kalwakurthy Division

Veldanda, Kalwakurthy, Charakonda, Urkonda, Vangoor

7997725184

3

MD. Waheeduzzama

HO/ CLH&SO, Kollapur Division

 Kollapur, Kodair,  Peddakothapally,  Pentlavelli

7997725185

4

Kethavath Maheswari

HO(T)/CLH&SO(T) O/o DHSO, Nagarkurnool

&

i/c HO/ CLH&SO

  Nagarkurnool

 Nagarkurnool, Bijinapally, Telkapally, Taddoor & Thimmajipet

7997725183

5

Sorpu Sowmya

HO/ CLH&SO,

Nagarkurnool

On other duty basis at O/o DoH, TS, Hyderabad

7997725182

6

A. Jagannatham

Sericulture Officer

Nagarkurnool

9701992413

7

K. Nagabushanam

TA

Nagarkurnool

8790333360

8

B. Bharath

Junior Assistant

On other duty basis at O/o DHSO, Nagarkurnool

8341040197

Ministerial Staff (On Outsourcing Basis)

1

P. Bhaskara Murthy

Junior Assistant

O/o DHSO, Nagarkurnool

7997725195

2

M. Chandra Kumar

MI Engineer

O/o DHSO, Nagarkurnool

7997725214

3

P. Srinivas

DEO

O/o DHSO, Nagarkurnool

9704376546