Agriculture Department,

Uttar Pradesh

Pardarshi Kisan Seva Yojna,

Kisan ka Adhikar Kisan ke Dwaar

Uttar Pradesh

In the year 2016-17, under crop production different program /scheme for increase in production is being implemented, the details of which are as follows:-

  • Soil is a natural resource. To sustain the productivity of the soil, different program is being implemented so that the adverse effect of unbalanced use of fertilizer and pesticides can be minimized. In view of above, soil health card has been made available to all the farmers of the state, soil sample is taken from the field, sent to laboratory and after testing, recommendations are made available through soil health to the farmers.
  • Following program are being implemented for extension of new farm techniques to be made available to the farmers:-
  1. Three days massive Kisan Mela was organized agro-climatic zone wise in the state. In this Mela, problems of the farmers were addressed at the site and farm inputs was also made available.
  2. To give fast pace to the continuous growth in farm productivity in the state in past years and ensure new farm techniques to the farmers in time and for timely arrangement of farm resources, divisional, district, block and nyay panchayat level Gosthis are organized in the beginning of Kharif and Rabi season. Scientist of Agriculture Universities and other institutions and senior officers of other department participating in the Gosthi make it use ful for the farmers.
  3. To redress the current problem of agriculture and increase in technical knowledge,a monthly bulletin “Krishi Chintan” is being published. This bulletin is distributed amongst the Gram Panchayat, departmental staff, progressive farmers and people’s representatives free of cost.
  4. To redress the current problem of agriculture and extension of latest system and technology, monthly magazine “Agriculture and Animal Husbandry” is published and made available to farmer member at the cost of Rs. 24 per annum.
  5. To promote Organic Farming, 75% grant is given on distribution of bio-fertilizer, bio-pesticides and bio-agents. 75% grant is also provided on distribution of Gypsum to remove deficiency of micro-nutrient in soil.
  • Under Rastriya Krishi Vikash Yojna, for overall development of total agricultural area covering it, scheme for infrastructure development, improved techniques at state and district level is prepared and program is implemented according to local needs.
  • To remove the disparity in production of wheat, paddy and pulses, National Food safety Mission is being implemented by Central Government since financial year 2007-08.
  • In view of comprehensive possibilities of growth in food grain production and productivity in the district of Eastern Uttar Prdesh, strategic plan for expansion of Green resolution in Eastern U.P. is being implemented since 2010-11.