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Annual Action Plan 2018-19 

Ø  Total AAP 2018-19  :                      Rs. 19000.00 lakhs

Ø  GoI Share                  :                       Rs   11400.00  lakhs

Ø  State Share               :                       Rs.    7600.00  lakhs

Component wise Action Plan 2018-19- MIDH

Area of Operation

1. Srikakulam 2.West Godavari 3. Guntur 4. Prakasam 5.Nellore 6.Kadapa  7. Ananthapur  8. Kurnool  9. Chittoor  10.ITDA Rampachodavaram and  11. ITDA Paderu.

Funding pattern:  60% GoI share & 40% State share.

Achievements from 2014-15 to 2017-18

Component

Achievement

Area Brought under Fruits, flowers and vegetable cultivation

36393.85 Ha

Rejuvenation of Mango, Cashew, Sweet Orange, Acid Lime

20284.17 Ha

Farm ponds

1080 Nos

Cold Storages assisted

40 Nos

Ripening chambers established

20 Nos

Area Covered under Mulching

22613 Ha

Area Covered under Poly Houses

44.04 Ha

Area brought under Shadenet Houses

129.26 Ha

ABOUT

Mission for Integrated Development of Horticulture (MIDH) GOVT. OF A.P.

Mission for Integrated Development of Horticulture (MIDH) a Centrally sponsored scheme has been launched for the holistic development of Horticulture in the country during XII plan from 2014-15.

Objectives:                   

 a) Promote holistic growth of horticulture sector, which includes research, technology promotion, extension, post harvest management, processing and marketing.

b) Enhance horticulture production, income and strengthen nutritional security.

c) Improve productivity by way of quality germplasm, planting material and water use efficiency through Micro Irrigation.

d) Support skill development and create employment generation opportunities for rural youth in horticulture and post harvest management, especially in the cold chain sector.


Success Stories

LIST OF TOTAL AVAILABLE INFRASTRUCTURE  in andhra pradesh

Sl. No Name of the District Cold Storage units Ripening Chambers Mango / Fruit Processing units Cashew Processing units Pack Houses  Integrated Pack House Cold Rooms / Solar Cold Rooms Pre-Cooling Units Collection Centres Solar Polydrier Refer Van Retail Outlet Warehoues
(Nos.) Capacity
(MTs)
(Nos.) Capacity
(MTs)
(Nos.) Capacity
(MTs)
(Nos.) Capacity
(MTs)
(Nos.) Capacity
(MTs)
(Nos.) Capacity
(MTs)
(Nos.) Capacity
(MTs)
(Nos.) Capacity
(MTs)
(Nos.) Capacity
(MTs)
(Nos.) Capacity
(MTs)
(Nos.) Capacity
(MTs)
No. No. Capacity (MTs)
1 SKLM 4 15000 2 20 0 0 305 34150 31 630 - - - - - - 6 2100 -   - -   12 116367
2 VZM 9 37500 5 110 1 125 18 1950 42 1260 1 300 4 200 - -     1 0.5 -     12 136036
3 VSKP 6 21500 6 185 0 0 16 765 37 1110 - - 3 15 - -     - - - -   0 0
4 EG 10 42500 4 76 0 0 20 625 194 5820 - - 2 10 - -     1 0.5 - -   26 491500
5 WG 7 24350 2 62 0 0 12 481 115 3450 1 300 5 155 2 60         1 7   6 73375
6 KSHN 28 179000 15 1024 8 875 0 0 12 360 1 450 2 100 1 30     - - - -   6 88750
7 GNT 120 708500 8 304 0 0 0 0 67 2010 - - - - - -     - - - -   9 114080
8 PKM 96 526640 14 693 0 0 27 297 161 4830 - - 1 5 - -     - - - - 1 3 13600
9 NLR 7 37500 7 249 0 0 2 22 170 5100 - - 1 5 - -     - - - -   6 69700
10 CTR 21 112500 116 47969 54 53750 0 0 486 14580 4 1650 12 260 3 54 2 700 - - 2 14.5   2 7950
11 KDP 2 13000 29 985 4 500 0 0 1050 31500 1 300 - - - - 3 1050 - - - -   4 72600
12 ATP 13 79500 12 779 1 120 0 0 951 28530 6 2050 8 160 4 55 1 350 2 1 2 15   3 16175
13 KNL 32 163000 21 1467 0 0 0 0 302 9060 - - 1 5 - -     1 0.5 - -   7 58645
Total 355 1960490 241 53923 68 55370 400 38290 3618 108240 14 5050 39 915 10 199 12 4200 5 2.5 5 36.5 1 96 1258778

PROTECTED CULTIVATION

The food demand is increasing day-by-day due to burgeoning population of the country.  In order to make pace with food demand and over increasing population, there is an urgent need to enhance the productivity of crops.  Sometimes, climatic variation and other natural adversities such as flood, drought, cyclone, hail and storm etc. cause poor crop production or total crop failures.  So, there is an urgent need of appropriate technology in the field of agriculture to meet out the food demand of rapidly increasing population.  Therefore, it is need of the hour to bridge the gap in between food demand and increasing population.

 

            Protected cultivation is one of the leading technologies to meet the requirement of food especially there in horticulture sector.  Production of crops under protected conditions has great potential in augmenting production and quality of vegetables, flowers and some fruit crops in main and off season and maximising water and nutrients use efficiency under varied agro-climatic conditions of the country.  At present in our country, the area under protected cultivation is around 25,000 ha. While the area under protected cultivation of vegetables is about 2000 ha. Leading States in protected cultivation in India are Maharashtra, Gujarat, Karnataka, Haryana, J & K, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand. 

            The major crops that are grown under Polyhouse are Capsicum, English Cucumber, Hybrid Tomato, Gerbera, Carnation and Roses.

As on today, the following crops are grown in Polyhouses / Shadenet Houses. The average production and net value are as follows:

Sl. No.

Crop

Unit Size (Sq.Mtrs.)

Production (Tons)

Avg. Rate per Kg. (Rs.)

Avg. Gross value

1

Capsicum

4000

50 – 60

30

Rs.15.00 lakhs per 4000 Sq.mtrs.

2

English Cucumber

4000

20 – 30

10

Rs.2.00 – 3.00 lakhs 

per 4000 Sq.mtrs.

3

Hybrid Tomato

4000

75

10

Rs.7.00 – 8.00 lakhs

 per 4000 Sq.mtrs.

4

Nursery

4000

7 lakhs Seedlings per cycle – Total 21.00 lakhs for 3 cycles

0.5 – 0.75

15.75 lakhs

The total area covered under Protected Cultivation is 284.07 Ha. (i.e., 710.18 Acres  / 28.40 lakh Sq. Mtrs.). The approximate gross returns out of 710.18 Ac. Is Rs.71.01  crores (@ Rs.10.00 lakhs gross value for 4000 sq.mtr. or 1 Ac.).

DISTRICT-WISE AREA COVERED UNDER PROTECTED CULTIVATION SINCE INCEPTION OF SHM

S. No.

Name of the District

Polyhouse (Area  in Ac.)

Shadenet House

(Area  in Ac.)

1

SRIKAKULAM

4.5

0.87

2

VIZIANAGARAM

8.71

7.37

3

VISAKHAPATNAM

1.0

0.85

4

EAST GODAVARI

15.21

2.8

5

WEST GODAVARI

11.54

7.85

6

KRISHNA

2.12

6

7

GUNTUR

5.2

205.97

8

PRAKASAM

0.5

163.61

9

NELLORE

3.05

7.71

10

CHITTOOR

56.48

9.82

11

ANANTHAPURAM

78.47

25.86

12

KADAPA

4.76

23.56

13

KURNOOL

20.54

37.89

TOTAL

212.14

498.03

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Department of Horticulture

COHSri. CHIRANJIV CHOUDHARY

Commissioner of Horticulture

Phone 7330741111 emailhorticulturedept@yahoo.co.in

MIDH (ddh)

COHSRI. V.S. DHARMAJA

Deputy Director of Horticulture

Phone 7330752222 emailshmcell.ap@gmail.com

O/o. Commissioner of Horticulture, TTPC Building, 1st Floor, Old Market Yard, Chuttugunta ( Beside Mini Rythu Bazar), A.P., Guntur.

midh (adh)

COHSMT. U. SUDHA

Assist. Director of Horticulture

Phone 7330782222email shmcell.ap@gmail.com

phm (adh)

COHSRI. M. SARAVANAN

Assist. Director of Horticulture

Phone 7330765555 emailshmcell.ap@gmail.com

MIDH (ho)

COHSMT. P.T. KAVATHA

Horticulture Officer

Phone 7995087033 emailshmcell.ap@gmail.com