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SOIL HEALTH CARD SOIL CONSERVATION AND MICRONUTRIENTS

What to do?
• Always use the appropriate amount of fertilizer Soil testing.
• Use organic manure to maintain soil fertility.
• To get the maximum benefit of fertilizers, always Apply to the root zone instead of broadcast.

 


• Resort for fair and efficient use of phosphatic Fertilizers especially for proper growth of roots/seedlings and maturity of crops Legumes that fix atmospheric nitrogen for soil enrichment.
• Farmers wishing to adopt the Partner Organic Guarantee System (PGS – India) certification The system can create a group of at least 5 farmers and get it registered with the nearest regional Center for organic farming.

Soil Health Card: Soil Health Card was launched on 19 February 2015. Soil health card will be provided to all agricultural holdings in the country at an interval of 2 years Enable farmers to apply appropriate recommended doses of nutrients for crop production And improving soil health and its fertility.

What You Can Get?
Assistance for Soil Improvement

 

  1. Distribution of Micronutrients & soil ameliorants. Rs. 2500/ha Soil Health Card scheme
  2. Supply of gypsum/pyrite/ lime/dolomite 50 % cost of the material + transportation limited to Rs. 750 per hectare. National Food Security Mission (Oil Seed & Oil Palm)
  3. Supply of gypsum phosphogypsum/bentonite sulfur. Wheat & Pulses Supply of gypsum phosphogypsum/bentonite sulfur. Wheat & Pulses 50% of the cost limited to Rs. 750/ – per hectare National Food Security Mission (NFSM), BGREI
  4. Micronutrients (Rice, Wheat, Pulses & NutriCereals) 50% of the cost limited to Rs. 500/-per ha. NFSM & BGREI
  5. Lime/liming materials (Rice & Pulses) 50% of the cost of the material limited to Rs.1000/ha. NFSM & BGREI
  6. Bio-fertilizers (Pulses NurtiCereals) 50 % of the cost limited to Rs. 300 per ha. BGREI/ NFSM
  7. Adoption of Organic Farming Rs. 10,000 per hectare for a maximum area of 4 ha per beneficiary spread over a period of 3 years involving the assistance of Rs. 4000 in the first year and Rs. 3000 each in the second and third years. National Horticulture Mission(NHM)/ Horticulture Mission for North-East and Himalayan States (HMNEH) – Sub schemes under Mission for Integrated Development of Horticulture (MIDH)
  8. Vermi-Compost Unit (dimension of a permanent structure to be administered on) Rs. 50,000 /- per unit (having a dimension of 30 ft x 8 ft x 2.5 ft or 600 cft, on prorata basis) NHM/HMNEH Sub schemes under MIDH
  9. High-Density Poly Ethylene (HDPE) Vermi Bed Rs. 8,000 /- per unit (having a dimension of 12 ft x 4 ft x 2 ft or 96 cu ft, on prorata basis and is 15907:2010 to be administered on) NHM/HMNEH Sub schemes under MIDH
  10. Promotion of Integrated Nutrient Management Rs. 1,200 /- per hectare (up to an area of 4 hectares) NHM/HMNEH Sub schemes under MIDH
  11. Setting up of new Mobile/Static Soil Testing Laboratories (MSTL/SSTL) 33% of cost limited to Rs 25 lakh/lab for individual/private agencies through NABARD as capital investment for 10,000 samples per annum analyzing capacity NMSA
  12. Setting up to mini soil testing lab developed by ICAR technology 44% of the cost limited to Rs. 44,000 / lab for individual/private agencies through NABARD as a capital investment for 3000 samples per annum analyzing capacity Soil Health Card.

 

  1. Setting up of Soil testing project at the village level 75% of the cost of Rs. 3,75,000 whichever is lower Soil Health Card.
  2. Reclamation of Problem Soil Alkaline / Saline Soil Rs. 60,000/ha Acidic Soil Rs. 15,000/ha 90:10 between Centre and State for the NE and Himalayan States 60:40 between Centre and State for other than NE and Himalayan States RKVY sub-scheme on Reclamation of Problem Soil (RPS).
  3. Plant Protection Chemicals Insecticides, fungicides, weedicides, biopesticides, bio-agents, micronutrients, bio-fertilizers, etc., @ 50 % of the cost limited to Rs. 500 per hectare. National Food Security Mission (Oil Seed & Oil Palm)/ NFSM & BGREI.

Whom to Contact?
District Agriculture Officer / District Horticulture Officer / Project Director ATMA

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