Plans & Schemes

National Horticulture MissionSS – Rs 786.87 lakhs

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.

Micro Irrigation (Hort): SS – Rs 200.00 lakhs CS – Rs 266.67 lakhs

This scheme envisages providing subsidy for drip irrigation and sprinkler irrigation in horticultural crops. 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, it has been proposed to take up 2840 ha.drip irrigation & 10720 ha. sprinkler irrigation with a total financial outlay of Rs.2590.03 lakhs, where the Central Share is Rs.947.63 lakhs & state share is Rs. 651.41 lakhs. However, keeping in view the ceiling, a total amount of Rs 466.67 lakhs has been kept in proposed where in the State Share is Rs 200.00 lakhs during 2009-10.

ISOPOM (Oil Palm): SS – Rs 35.00 lakhs CS – Rs 105.00 lakhs

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 the state with financial assistance from Govt. of India and State Govt. at a ratio of 75:25. During 2009-10, it has been proposed to take up 1630 ha of new plantation, 5312 ha of maintenance, 20nos. farmers training programme, subsidized sale of 100 nos. of diesel pumpsets, 2530 ha of drip irrigation, 100 ha of demonstration of plant, exposure visit for 250 nos. of farmers and provision for mobility & extension with a total financial progarmme of Rs 769.468 lakhs, where the Central Share is Rs577.101 lakhs and the State Share is Rs192.367 lakhs. However, keeping in view the ceiling, a total amount of Rs 140.00 lakhs has been kept in proposed where in the state share is Rs 35.00 lakhs during 2009-10.

Annexure -1 List of Defunct Nurseries for Revival during 2009-10


Name of the District Name of the Block Unit Phy. Prog. Amount (in Rs)
Bhadrak Banth No. 1 2,50,000
  Chanabali No. 1 2,50,000
  Dhamnagar No. 1 5,50,000
Kendrapara Aul No. 1 4,35,100
  Garadpur No. 1 5,62,250
  Mahakalpara No. 1 4,82,700
  Marsaghai No. 1 4,14,460
  Patamundai No. 1 2,67,100
  Kendrapara No. 1 5,05,732
Jajpur Jajpur No. 1 1,20,000
Puri Astaranga No. 1 1,15,000
  Kakatpur No. 1 7,19,000
  Gop No. 1 14,25,000
  Pipili No. 1 2,73,378
Balasore Soro No. 1 50,000
Cuttack Badamba No. 1 2,93,000
Dhenkanal Kamakshyanagar No. 1 1,70,000
Mayurbhanj Udala No. 1 5,68,760
Keonjhar Jhumpura No. 1 7,72,840
  Harichandanpur No. 1 7,72,840
  Telkoi No. 1 9,52,840
Sonepur Birmaharajpur No. 1 50,000
Total     22 100,00,000