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Horticulture

This topic covers the Information related to Horticulture schemes Assistance and Subsidy

What to Do?

  • Grow Horticultural Crops for higher income from lesser area.
  • For healthy crop use high quality planting material.
  • To keep fruits and vegetables fresh for longer period, use cold storage facility/cool houses.
  • Earn maximum profit by adopting correct method of harvesting, cleaning, grading, processing and packaging.
  • Produce off-season vegetables and flowers in poly-houses, low tunnels.

What Can You Get?

Assistance under Horticulture

S.No Type of Assistance Criteria for Assistance / Maximum Limit Scheme / Component
Maximum Subsidy per unit Area
1 Vegetable Seed Production (Maximum 5 ha / beneficiary)

a. Open Pollinated crops

(a) For public sector 100%, for private sector 35% in general area, 50% in NE & Himalayan States, TSP areas, A&N and Lakshadweep Islands limited to 5 ha. Output target of seed for each crop will be fixed by the individual state

a) Rs. 35,000/- per ha for open pollinated crops.

Sub Schemes of NHM & HMNEH under MIDH

b) Hybrid seeds

b) For public sector 100%, for private sector 35% in general area and 50% in NE & Himalayan States, TSP areas, A&N and Lakshadweep Islands limited to 5 ha. Output target of seed for each crop will be fixed by the individual states for each beneficiary, before releasing funds.

b) Rs. 1.50 lakh /- per ha.
-do-
2 Hi-tech Nursery (4 ha/unit)

100% to public sector limited to Rs. 100 lakh/ unit and in case of private sector, credit linked back-ended subsidy @40% of cost, subject to a maximum of Rs. 40 lakh/unit, for a maximum of 4 ha. as project based activity on prorate basis. Each nursery will produce a minimum of 50,000 numbers per hectare of mandated perennial fruit crops/ tree spices/ aromatic trees/plantation crops per year, duly certified for its quality

Rs.25.00 lakhs per ha -do-
3 Small Nursery (1ha unit)

100% to public sector and in case of private sector, credit linked back-ended subsidy of cost, subject to a maximum of Rs. 7.50 lakh/unit, as project based activity. Each nursery will produce a minimum of 25,000 numbers of mandated perennial vegetatively propagated fruits plants / tree spices/ aromatic trees/plantation crops per year, duly certified for its quality.

Rs.15.00 lakhs per ha -do-
4 Establishment of new orchard  (For a maximum area of 4 ha per beneficiary)
i

Fruits
(a) Cost intensive crops

(i) Fruit crops like Grape, Kiwi, Passion fruit etc. (with integration of drip etc.)



Maximum of Rs. 1.60 lakh per ha (40% of cost) for meeting the expenditure on planting material and cost of material for drip irrigation, trellies and INM/IPM, (3 installments of 60:20:20 subject to survival rate of 75% in 2nd year and 90% in 3rd year). For NE & Himalayan States, TSP areas, A&N and Lakshadweep Islands, assistance will be @ 50% of costs.

 

Rs 4 lakh per ha.

 

-do-

(ii) Fruits (without
Drip irrigation)
Maximum of Rs. 0.50 lakh/ ha (40% of cost) for meeting the expenditure on planting material and cost of INM/IPM in 3 installments of 60:20:20 subject to survival rate of 75% in 2nd year and 90% in 3rd year). For NE & Himalayan States, TSP areas, A&N and Lakshadweep Islands, assistance will be @ 50% of cost
Rs. 1.25 lakh / ha.
-do-
b) Strawberry

i) Integrated package with drip irrigation & mulching

Maximum of Rs. 1.12 lakh/ per ha. (40% of cost) for meeting the expenditure on planting material and cost of material for drip irrigation, mulching and INM/IPM, in one installment.

Rs 2.80 lakh/ha

-do-

ii) Without Drip
irrigation integration

Maximum of Rs. 0.50 lakh/ha (40% of cost) for meeting the expenditure on planting material and cost of INM/IPM in one installment. For (i) & (ii) above, in the case of NE and Himalayan States, TSP areas, Andaman & Nicobar and Lakshadweep Islands, assistance will be @ 50% of cost.

Rs. 1.25 lakh/ha
-do-
c) Banana (sucker)

i) Integrated package with drip irrigation.

Maximum of Rs. 0.80 lakh/ha (40% of the cost) for meeting expenditure on planting material, drip irrigation and cost of material for INM/IPM, in two installments (75:25).

Rs 2 lakh / ha

-do-

ii) Without Drip
irrigation integration
Maximum of Rs. 0.35 lakh/ha (40% of cost) for meeting the expenditure on planting material and cost of INM/IPM in 2 installments (75:25). For (i) & (ii) above, in the case of NE and Himalayan States, TSP areas, Andaman & Nicobar and Lakshadweep Islands, assistance will be @ 50% of cost in 2 installments
Rs.87,500/ha
-do-
d) Pineapple (sucker)
i) Integrated
package with drip
irrigation
Maximum of Rs. 1.20 lakh/ha (40% of the cost) for
meeting expenditure on planting material, drip
irrigation and cost of material for INM/IPM, in two
installments.
Rs. 3.00 lakh/ha
-do-
ii) Without
integration
Maximum of Rs. 0.35 lakh/ha (40% of cost)
for meeting the expenditure on planting
material and cost of INM/IPM in two
installments (75:25).
For (i) and (ii) above, in the case of NE and
Himalayan States, TSP areas, Andaman &
Nicobar and Lakshadweep Islands, assistance
will be @ 50% of cost in 2 installments (75:25).
Rs.87,500/ha
-do-
e) Banana (Tissue-Culture)
i) Integrated
package with drip
irrigation.
Maximum of Rs. 1.20 lakh/ha (40 % of cost)
for meeting the expenditure on planting
material and cost of material for drip system,
INM/IPM etc., in 2 installments (75:25).
Rs. 3.00 lakh/ha
-do-
ii) Without
integration
Max. of Rs. 0.50 lakh per ha, (40% of cost)
for meeting the expenditure on planting
material and cost of INM/IPM in two
installments (75:25).
For (i) and (ii) above, in the case of NE and
Himalayan States, TSP areas, Andaman
& Nicobar and Lakshadweep Islands,
assistance will be @ 50% of cost in two
installments (75:25).
Rs. 1.25 lakh/ha.
-do-
f ) Pineapple (Tissue-Culture)
i) Integrated
package with drip
irrigation
Maximum of Rs. 2.20 lakh/ha (40 % of cost)
for meeting the expenditure on planting material and cost of material for drip system, INM/IPM etc., in two installments (75:25).
Rs. 5.50 lakh /ha.
-do-

ii) Without
integration
Max. of Rs. 0.50 lakh per ha, (40% of cost) for meeting the expenditure on planting
material and cost of INM/IPM in two installments (75:25).
For (i) and (ii) above, in the case of NE and
Himalayan States, TSP areas, Andaman
& Nicobar and Lakshadweep Islands,
assistance will be @ 50% of cost in two
installments (75:25).
Rs. 1.25 lakh/ha.
-do-
g) Papaya
i) Integrated
package with drip
irrigation.
Maximum of Rs. 0.80 lakh/ha (40% of the
cost) for meeting expenditure on planting
material, drip irrigation and cost of material
for INM/IPM, in two installments (75:25).
Rs. 2.00 lakh/ha.
-do-
ii) Without
integration
Maximum of Rs. 0.30 lakh/ha (50 % of cost)
for meeting the expenditure on planting
material and cost of INM/IPM in two
installments (72:25)..
For (i) and (ii) above, in the case of NE and
Himalayan States, TSP areas, Andaman &
Nicobar and Lakshadweep Islands, assistance
will be @ 50% of cost in two installments
(75:25).
Rs. 60,000/ha
-do-
h)ultra high density (Meadow orchard)
i) Integrated
package with drip
irrigation
Maximum of Rs. 0.80 lakh/ ha. (40% of cost)
for meeting the expenditure on planting
material and cost of material for drip system,
INM/IPM, and canopy management in 3
installments of 60:20:20 subject to survival
rate of 75% in 2nd year and 90% in 3rd year).
Rs. 2.00 lakh/ha.
-do-
ii) Without
integration
Maximum of Rs. 0.50 lakh/ha., (40% of cost)
for meeting the expenditure on planting
material and cost of INM/IPM in three
installments..
For (i) and (ii) above, in the case of NE and
Himalayan States, TSP areas, Andaman
& Nicobar and Lakshadweep Islands,
assistance will be @ 50% of cost in three
installments.
Rs. 1.25 lakh/ha
-do-
i) High density planting (mango, guava, litchi, pomegranate, apple, citrus etc).
i) Integrated
package with drip
irrigation
Maximum of Rs. 0.60 lakh per ha. (40% of cost) for meeting the expenditure on
planting material, cost of drip system, INM/IPM, canopy management etc., in three installments of 60:20:20 subject to survival
rate of 75% in 2nd year and 90% in 3rd year).
Rs. 1.50 lakh /ha
-do-
ii) Without
Integration.
Maximum of Rs. 0.40 lakh/ha (40% of the
cost) for meeting the expenditure on planting material and cost of INM/IPM in three installments (60:20:20).
For (i) and (ii) above, in the case of NE and Himalayan States, TSP areas, Andaman & Nicobar and Lakshadweep Islands, assistance will be @ 50% of cost in three installments of 60:20:20 subject to survival rate of 75% in
2nd year and 90% in 3rd year)
Rs. 1.00 lakh/ha.
-do-
(b) Fruit crops other than cost intensive
a) Fruit crops other than cost intensive crops using normal spacing
i) Integrated
package with drip
irrigation
Maximum of Rs. 0.40 lakh/ ha. (40% of cost) for meeting the expenditure on
planting material, cost of drip system, INM/IPM, canopy management etc in three installments of 60:20:20 subject to survival
rate of 75% in 2nd year & 90% in 3rd year for
perennial crops and for non perennial crops in 2 installments of 75:25.
Rs. 1.00 lakh/ha
-do-
ii) Without
Integration
Maximum of Rs. 0.30 lakh/ha (50 % of cost)
for meeting the expenditure on planting material and cost of INM/IPM in three
installments, in all States.
For (i) and (ii) above, in the case of NE and
Himalayan States, TSP areas, Andaman
& Nicobar and Lakshadweep Islands,
assistance will be @ 50% of cost in three
installments.
Rs. 60,000/ha
-do-
5. Spices(Maximum 4 ha / beneficiary)

(a) Seed Spices and
Rhizomatic Spices
Maximum of Rs. 12,000/- per ha (40% of cost) for meeting the expenditure on planting material and cost of material for INM/IPM etc. Rs. 30,000/- per ha

-do-

 

 

 

 

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(b) Perennial Spices (black  pepper, cinnamon, clove and
nutmeg)
Maximum of Rs. 20,000/- per ha (40% of cost) for meeting the expenditure on planting material and cost of material for INM/IPM etc. For (i) and (ii) above, in the case of NE & Himalayan States, TSP areas, A&N and Lakshadweep Islands, assistance will be @ 50% of cost. Rs. 50,000/- per ha
6.
Flowers (For maximum of 2 ha / beneficiary)

(i) cut flowers

ii) Bulbous Flowers

iii) Loose Flowers

40% of the cost for small and marginal farmers and 25% of the cost to other category farmers in general areas, 50% of cost in NE & HS, TSP areas and A&N & Lakshadweep Islands

i) Rs. 1.00lakh/- per ha

ii) Rs. 1.5 lakh/- per ha

iii) Rs. 40,000/ha

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7.
Aromatic Plants (For a maximum area of 4 hectares/beneficiary)

i) Cost intensive aromatic plants (patchouli, geranium, rosemary, etc.)

 

 

ii) Other aromatic plants

i) 40% of cost, subject to a maximum of Rs.40,000 per ha, for meeting the expenditure on planting material and cost of material for INM/IPM etc.

ii) 40% of cost, subject to a maximum of Rs.16,000 per ha, for meeting the expenditure on planting material and cost of material for INM/IPM etc.

For (i) and (ii) above, in the case of NE & Himalayan States, TSP areas, A&N and Lakshadweep Islands, assistance will be @ 50% of cost.

i) Rs. 1,00,000/- per ha

 

 

 

ii) Rs. 40,000/- per ha

 

 

-do-

 

 

 

 

 

-do-

8.
Plantation Crops (For a maximum area of 4 hectares/beneficiary)

i) Cashew and Cocoa

a) Integrated package with drip irrigation

 

Rs. 0.40 lakh per ha (40% of cost) for meeting the expenditure on planting material and cost of material for drip system, INM/IPM etc. in three installments of 60:20:20 subject to survival rate of 50% in 2nd year and 90% in 3rd year.

 

Rs. 1.00 lakh/- per ha.

-do-

b) Without
integration

Rs. 0.20 lakh per ha (40% of cost) for meeting the expenditure on planting material and cost of material for INM/IPM etc. in three installments of 60:20:20 subject to survival for a maximum. For (a) and (b) above, in the case of NE & Himalayan States, TSP areas, A&N and Lakshadweep Islands, assistance will be @ 50% of cost in 3 installments.

Rs. 50,000/- per ha.
-do-
9

Mushroom

i) Production unit

100% of cost to public sector and 40% of cost for private sector, for meeting the expenditure on infrastructure, as credit linked back ended subsidy

Rs. 20 lakh/unit

 

-do-

ii)Spawn making unit
100% of cost to public sector and 40% of cost for private sector, for meeting the expenditure on infrastructure, as credit
linked back ended subsidy.
Rs 15 lakh / unit

-do-

iii) Compost
making unit
100% of cost to public sector and 40% of cost for private sector, for meeting the expenditure on infrastructure, as credit
linked back ended subsidy

Rs. 20 lakh/unit

-do-
10.
Rejuvenation
/ replacement
of senile
senilation, canopy
management
50% of total cost subject to maximum of Rs.
20,000/ha (Maximum 2 ha per beneficiary)
Rs. 40,000/- per ha.
-do-
11 Creation of Water resources

i) Community tanks / on farm ponds / on farm water reservoirs with use of plastic / RCC lining 100% of cost to irrigate 10 ha of command area, with pond size of 100mx100mx03m or any other smaller size on prorata basis depending upon the command area either use of minimum 500 micron plastic films or RCC lining, owned & managed by a community / farmer group. Cost for non-lined ponds / tanks (only in black cotton soils) will be 30% less. Assistance will be restricted to the cost of plastic/RCC lining. However, for non MNREGS beneficiaries, assistance on entire cost including construction of pond/tank as well as lining can be availed under the scheme. Rs. 20.00 lakh in plain areas and Rs. 25 lakh/ unit for Hilly areas. -do-

ii) Water harvesting system for individuals- for storage of water in 20mx20mx3m ponds/tube wells/ dug wells @ Rs. 125/- cum. 50% of cost including 300 micron plastic / RCC lining. Cost for non-lined ponds / tanks (only in black cotton soils) will be 30% less. For smaller size of ponds / dug wells, cost will be admissible on pro rata basis depending upon the command area. Maintenance will be ensured by the beneficiary. Rs. 1.50 lakh/unit in plain areas and Rs. 1.80 lakh / unit in hilly areas. -do-
12.
Protected Cultivation
1. Green House structure

(a) Fan & Pad System

50% of cost for a maximum area of 4000 sq. m. per beneficiary

 

Rs.1650/ Sq.m (upto area 500 Sq. m) Rs. 1465/Sq. (>500 Sq. m upto 1008 Sq.m) Rs. 1420/Sq.m (>1008 Sq. m up to 2080 Sq. m) Rs. 1400/Sq. m (>2080 Sq. m upto 4000 Sq. m). Above rates will be 15% higher for hilly areas.

-do-

(b) Naturally Ventilated System

(i) Tubular structure

50% of cost limited to 4000 sq. m. per beneficiary

Rs. 1060/Sq. m (up to area 500 Sq. m)            Rs. 935/Sq.m (>500 Sq. m upto 1008 Sq. m)     Rs. 890/Sq. m (>1008 Sq. m upto 2080 Sq. m)     Rs. 844/Sq. m (>2080 Sq. m up to 4000 Sq. m). Above rate will be 15% higher for hilly areas.

-do-

ii) Water harvesting system
for individuals- for
storage of water
in 20mx20mx3m
ponds/tube wells/
dug wells @ Rs.
125/- cum.
50% of cost including 300 micron plastic / RCC lining. Cost for non-lined ponds / tanks (only in black cotton soils) will be 30% less.
For smaller size of ponds / dug wells, cost will be admissible on pro rata basis depending upon the command area. Maintenance will be ensured by the beneficiary.
Rs. 1.50 lakh/unit in
plain areas and Rs.
1.80 lakh / unit in hilly
areas.
-do-
2.

Shade Net House:


(a) Tubular structure

50% of cost limited to 4000 sq.mt. per beneficiary

Rs. 710 Sqm and Rs. 816/ Sqm for hilly areas

-do-

b)Wooden
Structure
50% of cost limited to 20 units per beneficiary (each unit not exceed 200 sq. m.)
Rs. 492/ Sq.m and Rs.
566/ Sq. m for hilly
areas.
-do-
(c ) Bamboo
Structure
50% of cost limited to 20 units per beneficiary (each unit not to exceed 200 sq. m).
Rs. 360/ Sq.m andRs.
414/ Sq.m. for hilly
areas.
-do-
3.Plastic Tunnel
50% of cost limited 1000 sq. m. per beneficiary.
Rs. 60/- per sq.m and
Rs. 75 per sq. m. for
hilly areas.
-do-
4. Walk in tunnels
50% of cost limited to 5 units per beneficiary (each unit not to exceed 800 sq. m.).
Rs. 600/ sqm
-do-
5. Anti Bird/ Anti
Hail Nets
50% of cost limited to 5000 sq. m. per beneficiary.
Rs. 35/ Sq.m
-do-
6. Cost of planting
material & cultivation of high
value vegetables grown in poly house
50% of cost limited to 4000 sq. m. per beneficiary.
Rs. 140/ Sq.m
7. Cost of planting material
& cultivation of Orchid
&Anthurium under poly house / shade net house.
50% of cost limited to 4000 sq. m. per beneficiary.
Rs. 700/ Sq.m
-do-

8.Cost of planting material & cultivation of Carnation & Gerbera under poly house / shade net house. 50% of cost limited to 4000 sq, m. per beneficiary Rs. 610/ Sq.m -do-

9.Cost of planting material & cultivation of Rose and lilum under poly house / shade net house 50% of cost limited to 4000 sq. m per beneficiary. Rs. 426/ Sq.m -do-

10.Plastic Mulching 50% of the total cost limited to 2 ha per beneficiary. Rs. 32,000/ ha and Rs. 36,800/ha for hilly areas. -do-
13.

Promotion of Integrated Nutrient Management (INM) Integrated Pest Management (IPM)

i) Promotion of IPM/INM

30% of cost subject to a maximum of Rs. 1200/ha limited to 4.00 ha/beneficiary

Rs. 4000/ha

-do-

ii) Disease forecasting unit
(PSUs)
100% of costs.
Rs. 6.00 lakh/unit
-do-
iii) Bio control lab
100% to Public sector and 50% to private sector.
Rs. 90.00 lakh / unit
-do-
iv) Plant Health
Clinics
100% to Public sector and 50% to private sector.
Rs. 25.00 lakh / unit
-do-
v) Leaf / Tissue
analysis labs
100% to Public sector and 50% to private sector.
Rs. 25.00 lakh/ unit
-do-
14.

Organic Farming

1) Adoption of
organic farming
50% of cost limited to Rs. 10000/ha for a maximum area of 4 ha. per beneficiary,
spread over a period of 3 years involving  an assistance of Rs. 4000/- in first year
and Rs. 3000/- each in second & third year. The programme to be linked
with certification.

 

Rs. 20,000/ha

 

-do-

ii) Organic
Certification
Rs. 5 lakh for a cluster of 50 ha which will include Rs. 1.50 lakh in first year, Rs. 1.50
lakh in second year and Rs. 2.00 lakh in third year.
Project based
-do-
iii) Vermi compost
Units / organic
input production)
50% of cost conforming to the size of the unit of 30’x8’x2.5’ dimension of permanent
structure to be administered on prorata basis. For HDPE Vermibed, 50% of cost
conforming to the size of 96 cft (12’x4’x2’) and IS 15907:2010 to be administered on
prorate basis.
Rs. 100,000/ unit for
permanent structure
and Rs. 16,000/- unit
for HDPE vermibed.
-do-
15.
1. Integrated Post Harvest Management

(i) Pack house

ii)Cold Storage Unit Type 2 – PEB structure for multiple temperature and product use, more than 6 chambers (of <250 MT) and basic material handling equipment.

v) Refrigerated Transport vehicles

50% of the capital cost.

 

Rs. 4.00 lakh/unit with size of 9Mx6M

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

 

 

Rs. 10,000/MT, (max 5,000 MT capacity

Sub Schemes of NHM, HMNEH & NHB under MIDH

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C. National Horticulture Board (NHB)

1

A) Development of Commercial Horticulture

i) Open field conditions

 

 

ii) Protected cover

 

 

iii) Integrated Post Harvest Management Projects e. g. Pack house, Ripening Chamber, Reefer Van, Retail Outlets, Pre- Cooling Units, Primary processing, etc.

Credit linked back ended subsidy @40% of project cost limited to Rs. 30.00 lakh per project in general areas and @ 50% of project cost limited to Rs. 37.50 lakhs for NE and Hilly and scheduled areas.

Credit linked back ended subsidy @ 50% of project cost limited to Rs.56.00 lakh per project.

Credit linked back ended subsidy @ 35% of project cost limited to Rs. 50.75 lakh per project in general areas and @ 50% of project cost limited to 72.50 lakh per project in NE, Hilly and Scheduled areas, ensuring backward and forward linkage. For standalone projects, NHM norms will be adopted.

Rs. 75.0 lakh per project (Rs. 125.00 lakh for date palm, olive and saffron) for projects covering area over 2 ha.

 

Rs. 112.00 lakh per project cost covering area above 2500 Sq. mt.

 

Rs. 145.00 lakh per project. The add-on components of precooling, pack house, grading, packing, cold room can be taken up as individual components.

Sub scheme of National Horticulture Board (NHB) under MIDH

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2

Capital Investment Subsidy Scheme for construction/ expansion/ Modernization of Cold Storage and Storage for Horticulture Products.

i) Cold Storage Units Type 1- basic mezzanine structure with large chamber (of >250 MT) type with single temperature zone.

 

 

 

 

 

 

ii) Cold Storage Units Type 2- PEB structure for multiple temperature and product use, more than 6 chambers (of <250 MT) and basic material handling equipment.

 

 

 

iii) Cold Storage Units Type-2 with add on technology for Controlled Atmosphere

 

 

 

Credit linked back ended subsidy @35% of the cost of project (50% in NE, Hilly and Scheduled areas) for capacity above 5000MT.

 

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NHB to take up projects with Capacity above 5000 MT upto 10000 MT as per following rates:

Rs. 7600/MT for capacity between 5001 to 6500/ MT,

Rs. 7200/MT for capacity between 6501 to 8000/ MT,

Rs. 6800/MT for capacity between 8001to 10000 MT.

NHB to take up projects with Capacity above 5000 MT upto 10000 MT as per following rates: Rs. 9500/MT for capacity between 5001 to 6500 MT, Rs. 9000/ MT for capacity between 6501 to 8000 MT, Rs. 8500/MT for capacity between 8001 to 10000 MT).

NHB to take up projects with Capacity above 5000 MT upto 10000 MT as per following rates: Additional Rs. 10,000/MT for add on components of controlled atmosphere technology

 

 

 

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D.

Coconut Development Board

A) Production and distribution of quality planting material

i) Distribution of hybrids/dwarf seedlings in Govt./ private sector

ii) Establishment of Nucleus Coconut Seed Garden

iii) Establishment of Small Coconut Nursery

B) Expansion of Area under Coconut

a) Normal area

i) Tall varieties

ii) Hybrid

iii) Dwarf

b) Hilly and Scheduled Areas

i) Tall varieties

ii) Hybrid

iii) Dwarf

 

i) 25 % of cost, for a maximum of 25,000 seedlings/acre

 

ii) 25% of cost, for a maximum of 4 ha

iii) 100% cost for Public and Private sector.

25 % of cost, for a maximum of 4 ha per beneficiary, in two equal installments

25 % of cost, for a maximum of 4 ha per beneficiary, in two equal installments

 

Rs.36.00 per seedling

 

 

Rs. 6.00 lakh / ha

Rs. 2.00 lakh/unit of 0.4ha with a production capacity of 25000 certified seedlings per annum.

i) Rs. 6,500/ha.

ii) Rs. 6,150/ha

iii) Rs. 7,500/ha

i) Rs. 13,750/ha.

ii) Rs. 13,750/ha

iii) Rs. 15,000/ha

 

Sub Schemes of CDB under MIDH

 

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C) Technology Mission on Coconut

Development and adoption of technologies for management of insect pests and disease affected gardens

a) Development of Technologies

 


i) Rs. 50.00 lakh for ICAR (CPCRI)/ State Agricultural Universities / State Deptt. of Horticulture / Agriculture / and cooperative sector. i) 100% of the cost of project



b) Demonstration of Technologies

 

i) Rs. 25 lakh/ projects to ICAR(CPCRI)/ State Agricultural Universities / State Deptt. of Horticulture / Agriculture / other related public sector units / Registered cooperative societies

ii) Limited to Rs. 10.00 lakh for individuals / group of farmers NGO’s private companies

 

i) 100% of the cost of project -do-

c) Adoption of technologies i) 25% of the cost technology adoptionii) 25% of the cost in case of group of farmers/ NGO’s / other organizations 25% of the cost -do-

2. Development and adoption of technologies for processing and product diversification

a) Development of Technology

 

b) Acquisition, training, demonstration of Technologies

c) Adoption of technologies

D) Replanting & Rejuvenation of Old Coconut Gardens

a) Cutting & removing old/ senile palms

b) Assistance for replanting

 

 

c)Improvement of existing coconut gardens through integrated management practices

E) Coconut Palm Insurance Scheme

 

 

i) Rs. 75 lakh for all Govt. Institutions and cooperative societies

ii) Rs. 35 lakh for NGO’s, individual entrepreneurs and other research organizations

i) 100% of the cost to all the Govt. Institutions and Cooperative Societies

 

ii) 50% of the cost for NGO’s, Individual entrepreneurs and other organizations.

 

i) Back- ended credit capital subsidy limited to 25% of the cost.

ii) For SC/ST women farmers, 33.3% of the project cost.

iii) In case of high value agriculture in the Union Territories of Andaman and Nicobar Islands and Lakshadweep 50% of the project cost.

@ Rs. 1000/-palm limited to 32 palms/-ha

50% of cost subject to maximum of Rs. 4000/-ha

25% of cost in two equal installments

75% of cost of premium of which 50% of insurance premium by CDB and 25% by State Government

i) 100% of the project cost

 

ii) 75% of the project cost.

 

 

 

i) Rs. 25 lakh/projects to ICAR (CPCRI)/ State Agricultural Universities / State Deptt. of Horticulture / Agriculture/ other related public sector units / Registered Cooperative societies

 

ii) Limited to Rs. 10.00 lakh for individuals / group of farmers / NGO’s, private companies

i) 25% of the cost of technology adoption

ii) 25% of the cost in case of group of farmers/ NGO’s / other organizations

Rs. 32,000/- ha

Rs. 40/- per seedling and Rs. 4000/ha

 

Rs. 17,500/-ha

Premium rate Rs. 9.00 per palm for trees in the age group of 4-15 years and Rs. 14.00/ palm in the age group of 16-60 years When the palm gets damaged, claim for plant age group of 4-15 is Rs. 900/ palm and for plant age group 16-60 is Rs. 1750/palm

 

 

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F) Kera Suraksha Insurance Scheme

 

75% of cost of premium borne by CDB and 25% by coconut tree climber with a coverage of Rs. 2 lakh

Rs. 71.40 by CDB

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Mission for Integrated Development of Horticulture (MIDH) with sub schemes NHM, HMNEH, National Bamboo Mission, Coconut Development Board and National Horticulture Board.

  • Hectare unless otherwise stated
  • Cost norms means upper limit of cost for calculation of subsidy

Whom to Contact?

District Horticulture Officer/Dy. Director (Horticulture) and Director, Horticulture at State level.

Source: Department of Agriculture, Cooperation and Farmers Welfare

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sandip rakh Mar 05, 2016 07:21 PM

horticulture is very beneficially for farmer. but district ofiice and bank does not give response

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