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INTEGRATED HORTICULTURE DEVELOPMENT SCHEME

Minor fruit crops :(Rambutan, Litchi, Persimmon, Avacado, Kiwi, passion fruit, etc) Rs. 30000 per hectare given as subsidy. Traditional fruit & Vegetable cultivars Scheme, Rs. 15000 per hectare given as subsidy. Dry land crops (Jamun, Amla, tamarind, etc.,) Scheme, Rs. 20000 per hectare given as subsidy. Vegetable seed kit distribution (Brinjal, Bhendi, Moringa, Snake Gourd, Bitter Gourd, Tomato, Cluster Bean), Rs 10 per kit given as subsidy. Per Family Eligible…

Publish date: 28/09/2020
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NATIONAL AGRICULTURE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME

Under Onion Development Scheme, Rs. 20000 per hectare given as subsidy. Pandal : To set up permanent Pandal structure, Rs. 200000 per hectare given as subsidy. Promotion of Organic farming: Incentive for Organic Cultivation (Greens) Rs. 2500 per hectare, Organic Cultivation (Bhendi/Brinjal/ Tomato) Rs. 3750 per hectare, Organic Cultivation (Cabbage/Cauliflower) Rs. 5000 per hectare given as subsidy. Eligibility Condition All farmers are eligible. Priority to be given for SF/MF/SC/ST/Women and…

Publish date: 28/09/2020
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NATIONAL MISSION SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE – RAIN FED AREA DEVELOPMENT

Integrated Farming System: For an area of 1 hectare, 50% subsidy up to Rs. 60000/- has been given for, Apiary Units, Permanent Vermicompost unit, Desi Poultrybirds, Goat/Sheep, Milch Cows/ Buffalo, planting material for Horticulture Based Farming System and other inputs Eligibility Condition Farmers having one hectare and above land are eligible to avail subsidy under this scheme. Preference should be given to small farmer families. Preference will be given to…

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REVAMPED PRADHAN MANTRI FASAL BHIMA YOJANA

In Krishnagiri district, Potato, Banana, Brinjal, Turmaric, Cabbage, Tomato, Mango, Red Chillies are notified for crop insurance scheme RPMFBY Krishnagiri District. Farmers insured the crops in notified villages could get insurance amount for crop damages due to natural calamities. The Krishnagiri District notified villages were given focus to cover under Revamped Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bhima Yojana (RPMFBY) crop insurance Scheme. Mango Crop is covered under insurance in Krishnagiri, Kaveripattinam, Kelamagalam,…

Publish date: 28/09/2020
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COLLECTIVE FARMING

The concept of Collective farming is to identify small and marginal farmers in a contiguous area and group them as Farmer’s Interest Groups (FIG) with 20 farmers. 5 FIG’s would be integrated into Farmer Producer Group (FPG) with 100 farmers. FIG and FPG are to be encouraged to adopt collective cultivation, collective purchasing of inputs to access credit facilities and market linkages. In Krishnagiri 150 FIG’s and 30 FPG’s were…

Publish date: 28/09/2020
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PRADHAN MANTRI KRISHI SINCHAYEE YOJANA

Under this scheme, to emphasis efficient use of irrigation water, farmers are being encouraged to set up micro irrigation facility through financial assistance of 100 % subsidy to small and marginal farmers and 75 % subsidy to big farmers. A beneficiary can get financial assistance up to 5 ha. Farmers who are all already benefited can also get subsidy for renew the laterals after seven years. Eligibility Condition The total…

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MISSION FOR INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT OF HORTICULTURE

New Area Expansion Programme Cultivation of Hybrid vegetables (Tomato)- Protray seedlings has been produced at State Horticulture Farms and distributed to farmers at free cost at the rate of Rs. 20000 per hectare Mango cultivation under High Density Planting- Rs. 9840 per hectare Flower crops cultivation: For cultivating Marigold Rs. 16000 per hectare and for Tuberose Rs. 60000 per hectare been given to farmers as back ended subsidy Spice chillies…

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Saansad Adarsh Gram Yojana

Saansad Adarsh Gram Yojana – PHASE I To trigger processes which lead to holistic development of the identified Gram Panchayats To substantially improve the standard of living and quality of life of all sections of the population through improved basic amenities higher productivity enhanced human development better livelihood opportunities reduced disparities access to rights and entitlements wider social mobilization enriched social capital To generate models of local level development and…

Publish date: 06/07/2018
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National Rurban Mission

The Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Rurban Mission (SPMRM) was approved by the Union Cabinet on 16th September 2015. The consultative workshop was held on 6th November 2015 to brief the Framework of Implementation of SPMRM and the immediate steps to be taken by the States. The brief note on SPMRM and the immediate action to be taken by the Districts is as follows Brief Note on Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Rurban Mission…

Publish date: 06/07/2018
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Swachh Bharat Mission Gramin

The main objectives of the SBM(G) are as under: Bring about an improvement in the general quality of life in the rural areas, by promoting cleanliness, hygiene and eliminating open defecation. Accelerate sanitation coverage in rural areas to achieve the vision of Swachh Bharat by 2nd October 2019. Motivate Communities and Panchayat Raj Institutions to adopt sustainable sanitation practices and facilities through awareness creation and health education. Encourage cost effective…

Publish date: 06/07/2018
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