Bhajanlal government will promote horticulture in the state, know the special plan

Jaipur : Bhajan Lal government of the state is engaged in promoting horticulture. As a result of this, Rs 100 crore will be spent this year under the National Horticulture Mission. Targets have been sought from the districts and work will be started soon. Let us tell you that last year (previous Congress government) only Rs 62 crore was spent. This time the government has increased the money on the demand of the farmers. Under the National Horticulture Mission, horticultural crops – fruits, vegetables, spices and flowers and medicinal and aromatic plants are being promoted in the state. This is the reason that this time the grant given to the farmers has been increased by about Rs 40 crore. Let us tell you that in the approval received under the Center’s Mission for Integrated Development of Horticulture, Rs 100 crore or more will be spent in 9 states including Rajasthan. In this too, Rs 133.33 (each state) crore has been approved for Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Uttar Pradesh, which is the highest among other states. While Rs 100-100 crore has been approved for Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan.

How much amount will be spent in which state
Andhra Pradesh——————-Rs 108.33 crore
Bihar———————–Rs 66.67 crore
Chattisgarh——————–Rs 108.33 crore
Goa————————–Rs 6.67 crore
Gujarat———————–Rs 116.67 crore
Haryana———————-Rs 91.67 crore
Jharkhand———————-Rs 50 crore
Karnataka———Rs 133.33 crore
Kerala————————Rs 66.67 crore
Madhya Pradesh——————-Rs 100 crore
Odisha———————–Rs 75 crore
Punjab————————-Rs 66.67 crore
Rajasthan———————Rs 100 crore
Tamil Nadu——————–Rs 133.33 crore
Telangana———————-Rs 48.33 crore
Uttar Pradesh——————-Rs 133.33 crore
West Bengal——————-Rs 66.67 crore
Arunachal Pradesh————-Rs 33.33 crore
Assam———————–Rs 50 crore
Manipur———————–Rs 33.33 crore
Meghalaya———————–Rs 27.78 crore
Mizoram———————-Rs 33.33 crore
Nagaland———-Rs 33.33 crore
Sikkim———————-Rs 33.33 crore
Tripura————————-Rs 33.33 crore
Himachal Pradesh————–Rs 33.33 crore
Uttarakhand——————–Rs 33.33 crore
Jammu and Kashmir———–Rs 45.56 crore
Puducherry———————–Rs 1.25 crore
Delhi————————Rs 0.50 crore
Ladakh ————————- Rs 25 crore
Lakshadweep———————-Rs 0.40 crore

For which programs grants are given
fruit orchard establishment
Establishment of intensive orchard (mango, guava, pomegranate etc.)
Establishment of general orchard
Flower production (up to a maximum of 2 hectares)
Restoration of old gardens
Protected cultivation
Integrated pest/nutrient management
Organic farming
Bee keeping
mechanization in horticulture
Human Resource Development

The big thing about the National Horticulture Mission in the state is that in most of the programs related to horticulture, 40 to 50 percent of the total cost is being given as subsidy to the farmer so that the farmer can get maximum benefit. It remains to be seen that this year, in the hope of a good monsoon, the farmer will pay more attention to horticulture and there will be hope of good production.