State: _Madhya Pradesh

Agriculture Contingency Plan for District: Sidhi + Singrauli
1.0 District Agriculture profile
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Agro-Climatic/Ecological Zone
Agro Ecological Sub Region (ICAR) Agro-Climatic Zone (Planning Commission) Agro Climatic Zone (NARP) List all the districts or part thereof falling under the NARP Zone Geographic coordinates of district headquarters Name and address of the concerned ZRS/ ZARS/ RARS/ RRS/ RRTTS Mention the KVK located in the district Semi arid lava Plateau and Central Highlands Central Plateau and Hills Region Kymore Plateau & Satpura Hills Satna, Rewa, Katni, Sidhi, Seoni, Jabalpur, Panna Latitude Longitude Altitude

22° 47' to 24° 42' N
RARS, Rewa

81° 18' to 82° 48' E

609 msl

Programme Coordinator Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Karaundia, Distt. Sidhi – 486 661
Normal RF (mm) 1102.90 53.00 50.60 25..90 Normal Rainy days (number) 45 4 5 2 Normal Onset ( specify week and month) Normal Cessation (specify week and month) I week of October II week of June

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Rainfall

SW monsoon (June-Sep): NE Monsoon(Oct-Dec): Winter (Jan- Feb) Summer (March-May)

Annual

1232.40

56

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Land use pattern of the district (latest statistics) Area (‘000 ha)

Geographical area

Cultivable area*

Forest area

Land under nonagricultural use

Permanent pastures

Cultivable wasteland

1039.20

425.50

434.80

83.10

14.50

65.70

Land under Misc. tree crops and groves 0.0

Barren and uncultivable land

Current fallows

Other fallows

16.60

42.90

28.00

* net sown area+ current fallow + old fallow

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Major Soils (common names like red sandy loam deep soils (etc.,)*
Deep soils Medium deep Shallow soils Agricultural land use Net sown area Area sown more than once Gross cropped area

Area (‘000 ha)
486.20 211.40 353.60 Area (‘000 ha) 353.60 127.90 481.50

Percent (%) of total
46.24 20.12 33.64 Cropping intensity % 136

(Source : Agriculture Statistics 2009, Directorate of Farmer Welfare and Agriculture Development Madhya Pradesh, Bhopal)

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Irrigation Net irrigated area Gross irrigated area Rainfed area Sources of Irrigation Canals Tanks Open wells Bore wells Lift irrigation schemes Micro-irrigation Other sources (reservoir) Total Irrigated Area Pump sets No. of Tractors Groundwater availability and use* (Data source: State/Central Ground water Department /Board) Over exploited Critical Semi- critical Safe Wastewater availability and use Ground water quality

Area (‘000 ha) 64.80 71.90 288.80 Number 185 80 12143 2096 NA NA 161 10225 1413 No. of blocks/ Tehsils 8 08 modrate Sift

Area (‘000 ha) 13.30 0.80 30.90 15.30 11.60 71.90 (%) area -

Percentage of total irrigated area 18.49 1.11 42.95 21.27

16.12 Quality of water (specify the problem such as high levels of arsenic, fluoride, saline etc) High level of saline

*over-exploited: groundwater utilization > 100%; critical: 90-100%; semi-critical: 70-90%; safe: <70%

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90 Rainfed Rainfed Rainfed 0.4 37.7 Area under major field crops & horticulture etc.10 16.65 3.20 12.0 1 Paddy 2 Pigeonpea (Tur) 3 Kodo kutki 4 Maize 5 Urd 6 Jowar 7 Wheat 8 Gram 9 Barley 10 Linseed 11 Lentil Horticulture crops . 5 ha Total area (ha) 1633 620 393 106 Total area 5.1.Vegetables 1 Potato 2 Onion 3 Tomato 4 Okra Others (specify) Medicinal and Aromatic crops 1 Safed musali 2 Ashwa gandha 3 Satavar 86.80 2. Bhopal) 4 . Directorate of Farmer Welfare and Agriculture Development Madhya Pradesh.65 4.3 41.70 37.20 12.Fruits Mango 1 2 Banana Others (specify) Horticultural crops .90 (Source : Agriculture Statistics 2009.60 Rabi Irrigated Rainfed Irrigated Irrigated Irrigated 5.80 19.7 1.40 40.20 40.60 86.20 20.60 2.30 41.80 19.10 16.80 Total Summer Total 121.0 Total 121.70 37. (2008-09) Major Field Crops cultivated Irrigated Area (‘000 ha) Kharif Rainfed Total area (ha) 319 ha.90 6.90 6.20 37.20 20.

No.174.1. of fishermen Boats Mechanized Nonmechanized Mechanized (Trawl nets.) - - - - 5 .340.40 . Capture i) Marine (Data Source: Fisheries Department) No.70 NA RainfedNA .8 1 2 1 2 1.9 Plantation crops Livestock Non descriptive (local low yielding) Others such as Cattle industrial pulpwood Crossbred cattle crops etc (specify) Non descriptive Fodder crops Buffaloes (local low yielding) Graded Buffaloes Goat Sheep Others (specify) Others Horse Total (Pig.23.10 Fisheries (Data source: Chief Planning Officer) A..80 . fodder cropetc) area Commercial dairy farms (Number) Grazing land Poultry Sericulture etc Commercial Others (Specify) Backyard Total area .60 .NA - Irrigated - Rainfed Total (‘000) 784. of farms.11.80 Total No. Stake & trap nets) Storage facilities (Ice plants etc. of birds (‘000) - 1.Female (‘000) - Total area .Male (‘000) - Irrigated . Gill nets) Nets Non-mechanized (Shore Seines.

10 13 No. of village tanks 4000 Yield (t/ha) - Production (‘000 tons) - 6 .No. Farmer owned ponds ii) Inland (Data Source: Fisheries Department) B. of Reservoirs - No. Culture Water Spread Area (ha) i) Brackish water (Data Source: MPEDA/ Fisheries Department) ii) Fresh water (Data Source: Fisheries Department) Others 48043.

00 415 Wheat 66.55 3.20 15.70 271 Rape 3.82 406 Major Horticultural crops (Crops to be identified based on total acreage) NA Crop 1 Mango Crop 2 Jack fruit Crop 3 Ber Crop 4 Aonla -Crop 5 Guava Others - (Source : Agriculture Statistics 2009.26 340 Urd 5.28 431 Barley 15.68 12.11 Name of crop Paddy Maize Pigeon pea (Tur) Kodo kutki Kharif Production ('000 t) 88.55 806 Linseed 3.68 Productivity (kg/ha) 750 1082 456 301 Rabi Production ('000 t) Productivity (kg/ha) Summer Production ('000 t) Productivity (kg/ha) Total Production ('000 t) 88.70 3. 06.20 15.11 Production and Productivity of major crops (Average of last 5 years: 2004. 08. 07.05 790 Gram 16.1.28 15.68 7. specify) 1.38 2. Directorate of Farmer Welfare and Agriculture Development Madhya Pradesh.68 12.26 5.38 428 Mustard Crop12 Lentil 2.04 39.00 66.82 Productivity (kg/ha) 750 1082 456 301 340 415 790 431 806 271 428 406 Crop residue as fodder (‘000 tons) Crop 1 Crop 2 Crop 3 Crop 4 Crop 5 Crop 6 Crop 7 Crop 8 Crop 9 Crop10 Crop11 Sesamum 7.04 39. 05.05 16. Bhopal) 7 .

13 What is the major contingency the district is prone to? (Tick mark) Drought Flood Cyclone Hail storm Heat wave Cold wave Frost Sea water intrusion Pests and disease outbreak (specify) Others (specify) Not Not Not Not Not Yes Not Yes Regular Yes not not not Yes Yes Yes not not not Occasional None not not not not not not not not not 1.14 Include Digital maps of the district for Location map of district within State as Annexure I Mean annual rainfall as Annexure 2 Soil map as Annexure 3 Enclosed: Yes / No Enclosed: Yes / No Enclosed: Yes / No (Yes) (No) (No) 2.Rainfed Rabi-Irrigated Crop 1: Rice 2: Maize 3: Urd 4: Arhar 5.12 Sowing window for 5 major field crops (start and end of normal sowing period) Kharif.0 Strategies for weather related contingencies 8 .Rainfed Kharif-Irrigated Rabi.Jowar 20 June to 08 July 20 June to 08 July Mustard 15 -30 Oct 15 -30 Oct 20 June to 10 July 15 June to 20 July Wheat 1 -20 November 15 Nov to 15 Dec 20 June to 08 July 20 June to 08 July Gram 25Oct-10 November 15-30 Nov 01 -10 July 01 -10 July Lentil 15 -30 Oct 15 -30 Oct 20 June to 10 July 20 June to 10 July Linseed 15 -30 Oct 30 Oct to 10 Nov 1.1.

Jawahar Maize-8.JKM-189 Urd – JU-2. JBG-623. Ananda. 8.ICPL-85063(Laxmi) .1. Seed treatment with mixture of Thiram (1. Sowing of crops against the slope. JA-4. Jawahar Maize-216. Madhuri. porrnima. 7.Gram Rice-Upland field: IR-36.4. MR219. 9. HMT. 2.2.IR-64.35. T-9.5g) /kg seed followed by treated with biofertilizers Use of balanced fertilizer and biofertilizer according to recommendation to crop and application of zinc in deficient soil. Karnal basmati. Jawahar Maize13.1 Rainfed situation Condition Early season drought (delayed onset) Delay by 2 weeks (30 June) Major Farming situationa 1 All soils Normal Crop / Cropping systemb Change in crop / cropping systemc including variety Suggested Contingency measures Agronomic measuresd Remarks on Implementatione Rice-Wheat Soybean . 3. PU-30. Berkha.PA6201. Mhamaya. JR-503.5g) + Carbendazim (1. Adaptation of moisture conservation practice.1 Drought 2. JU-3.JKM-7. Conservation of excess rain water in high rainfall areas and use as life saving irrigation according to situation. LBG684. Pusa sugandha3.PHB71.No-148. Narendra 97. TAU-1. Use of blade harrow (Bakhar) for moisture conservation and destroy of weed under late onset of monsoon For higher production adaptation of recommended package by sowing of Soybean. For early mature varieties plating in 15x15 cm geometry but seedlings are not more than 1821 day old. Govinda and hybrid rice JRH 4. 5. JVM-421 ArharAsha . vandna. IR-36. 10. JR-201. 6. Pro Agro 6444) MaizeJawahar Maize-12.and5 and Hybrid rice (PRH10. Pusa basmati.19 No Change 1. moong and urd on bunds Selection of higher production potential varieties. 5 and 8 Lowland field WGL-32100. Swarna. 9 . Timely weeding is done and use of weeds as mulch between row of crops for moisture conservation Adoption of plant protection as per requirement Under traditional system of planting of 3-4 seedlings of 18-21 day ages in 20x10 cm at one place for late mature rice under. JU-86. arhar. 4.

Sowing of crops against the slope depend on crops . Seed treatment with mixture of Thiram (1.5g)+ Carbendazim (1.450.Jawahar Kodo-1. 155.Nmuber-148. Selection of higher production potential varieties. 2.Gram Rice – IR-36 Poornima .5g) /kg seed followed by treated with biofertilizers Use of balanced fertilizer and biofertilizer according to recommendation to crop and application of zinc in deficient soil. JK 36 5.M. Vandna JR-201. 2. JBG623.T-9. JK-106 Kutki . 101. Change in crop/cropping systemc No Change Selection of early matuing crop variety Suggested Contingency measures Agronomic measuresd 1.JKM7. For early mature varieties plating in 15x15 cm geometry but seedlings are not more than 18-21 day old. Jawahar 99 -37. 2. Jawahar.JU-3.Tarme-1 L. ICPL-85063 (Laxmi). 147. 6.JA-4. 8. JM721. 439. 7. Use of blade harrow (Bakhar) for moisture conservation and destroy of weed under late onset of monsoon For higher production adaptation of recommended package of practices. 9. Jawahar-48. T.35. 62. Hum-1. PDM 11. K851. 8.JU-86.19 Kodo.Type-21-Pusa855.G. 10 . Remarks on Implementatione ArharPragati .TAU-1.Condition Early season drought (delayed onset) Delay by 4 weeks (15 July) Major Farming situationa All soils Normal Crop/cropping systemb Rice-Wheat Soybean . JM-98-90. Timely weeding is done and use of weeds as mulch between row of crops for moisture conservation Adoption of plant protection as per requirement as rainfall condition Under traditional system of planting of 3-4 seedlings of 18-21 ages in 20x10 cm at one place for late mature rice under. 54 and 139 Urd – JU-2..Pusa vishal. 4. Hum2.Asha .Jagriti.Jawahar Kutki 1. JKM-189 Moong.98-50. Berkha. JR-503.PU-30. 3.LBG684. 41.

M.Condition Early season drought (delayed onset) Delay by 6 weeks (30 July) Major Farming situationa All soils Normal Crop/cropping systemb Rice-Wheat Soybean . JR-503. Poornima. Jawahar 99 -37.450. Use of blade harrow (Bakhar) for moisture conservation and destroy of weed in late onset of monsoon For higher production adaptation of recommended package of practice. JBG-623. 4. Hum-1.19 1. TAU-1. Tarme-1 L. Don’t sown soybean and maize Intercropping of moong . Hum-2. JM98-90. Narendra-97.G.Jagriti. T.Type-21Pusa-855.Asha . 54 and 139 Urd – JU-2.Kodo . ICPL85063 (Laxmi). T-9.Castor .JKM-189 Moong. JU-86. Urd . Arhar. K851.98-50. til and niger with Arhar Remarks on Implementatione 2.Moong. LBG684. 100 kg seed /ha required for lehi system in rice.Til.Nmuber148. 3. urd. 11 . JM721.. Govinda by Lehi system ArharPragati . JU-3. PDM 11. Vandna.JA-4.Pusa vishal.35.JKM-7. PU-30.Gram Suggested Contingency measures Change in crop/cropping Agronomic measuresd c system Rice – Upland field : Don’t sown the rice crop and sowing of alternate crops. Berkha. Kutki Lowland field : Sowing of JR201. Ramtil. 5.

98-50. 100 kg seed /ha required for lehi system in rice. Urd.Gram Suggested Contingency measures Change in crop/cropping Agronomic measuresd c system Rice – Upland field : Don’t sown the rice crop and sowing of alternate crops. Poornima. Til. JM721. JNC-1. TAU-1. Castor . Hum-1. Use of blade harrow (Bakhar) for moisture conservation and destroy of weed in late onset of monsoon 7.Kodo . Narendra-97. JU-86. PU-30. LBG684. Jawahar 99 -37. T-9.Condition Early season drought (delayed onset) Delay by 8 weeks (15 August) Major Farming situationa All soil type Normal Crop/cropping systemb Rice-Wheat Soybean . 9. PDM 11. 54 and 139 Urd – JU-2. Intercropping of moong . JR-503.450. JNC-9. For higher production adaptation of recommended package of practice. JU-3.Pusa vishal.G. Moong. Kutki Lowland field : Sowing of JR201. JBG-623. JM98-90. Tarme-1 L. Govinda by Lehi system Moong. urd. Hum-2. Berkha.19 Niger-–JNC-6. JVN-1 6. K851.M. T. 8. Don’t sown soybean and maize 10. Vandna. til and niger with Arhar Remarks on Implementatione 12 .35. Arhar. Ramtil.

Suggested Contingency measures Soil nutrient & moisture conservation measuesd For higher production adaptation 1. Major Farming situationa All soils Normal Crop/cropping systemb Rice-Wheat Soybean .5g) + Carbendazim practice. in deficient soil. Details of under late onset of varieties of different crops are as monsoon under :Adaptation of . 6. arhar.5g) /kg seed followed by Conservation of treated with biofertilizers excess rain water Sowing of crops against the slope. 3. moong for moisture and urd on bunds conservation and Selection of higher production destroy of weed potential varieties. Use of blade of recommended package by harrow (Bakhar) sowing of Soybean. 5. according to For early mature varieties plating recommendation in 15x15 cm geometry but to crop and seedlings are not more than 18-21 application of zinc day old. Remarks on Implementatione 13 .Condition Early season drought (Normal onset) Normal onset followed by 15-20 days dry spell after sowing leading to poor germination/crop stand etc. 2. in high rainfall Timely weeding is done and use areas and use as of weeds as mulch between row life saving of crops for moisture conservation irrigation Adoption of plant protection as according to per requirement situation Under traditional system of 2. 7. 4. (1.Gram Crop managementc 1. 8. Use of balanced planting of 3-4 seedlings of 18-21 fertilizer and day ages in 20x10 cm at one biofertilizer place for late mature rice under. moisture Seed treatment with mixture of conservation Thiram (1.

5 mm) period) At vegetative stage Major Farming situationa Normal Crop/cropping systemb Crop managementc Suggested Contingency measures Soil nutrient & moisture conservation measuesd 1. Storage of water in lower side of the field and make use for life saving irrigation in Rabi crops Practice of Dora/Kulpha/Hand hoe in between rows and use of removed weeds use as mulch for moisture conservation Use of FYM and vermicompost at the time of sowing for increase of water holding capacity Ridges are made after 15-20 lines of crops for the moisture conservation Use of plant protection measures Remarks on Implementatione All soils Rice-Wheat Soybean . consecutive 2 weeks rainless (>2.Condition Mid season drought (long dry spell. 3. 5. 14 . 4.Gram Life saving irrigation 2.

Linseed. 6. 7. Chickpea in moist zone Remarks on Implementatione 2. this will helpful in field 15 .5g)+ Carbendazim (1.Gram Crop management 1.5g) /kg seed followed by treated with biofertilizers Sowing of small seeded grains mix with FYM and vermicompost 8. scarce rainfall shallow red sandy loam soils etc Normal Crop/cropping systemb Rice-Wheat Soybean . irrigated and unirrigated wheat -Line sowing of Lentil. Linseed.Condition Terminal drought (Early withdrawal of monsoon) Major Farming situationa mention rainfall & soil information with colour and depth eg. Chickpea in moist zone Seed treatment with mixture of Thiram (1. 5. Moisture conservation practice adopt and destroy the weed under early withdrawal of monsoon for rabi season Selection of short duration of varieties Diversification of crops Increase seed rate up to 25% Line sowing of Lentil. Chickpea. c Suggested Contingency measures Rabi Crop planningd Preference will be given on sowing of Lentil. 3. Linseed.. 4. Apply light irrigation to Kharif crops for proper grain filling if required.

2 Condition Irrigated situation Major Farming situationf Rain fed Up lands Loam and red soils Irrigated (Medium land) (Medium blacks. red Soils) Normal Crop/cropping systemg Paddy-Wheat Maize.Linseed Paddy.Lentil Pigeon pea Sorghum-potato-Late Wheat (Local & improved var.1.Gram Cultivars.Lentil Green gram-Wheat (Early) Suggested Contingency measures Change in crop/cropping Agronomic measuresi h system Paddy-Wheat Time of planting Green gram-Mustard Plant population Pigeon pea Fertilizer needs Paddy-Gram Weed management Black gram-Wheat Rotational aspects Green gram Ratooning Mustrard-Late Wheat Tillae. Varieties Water management Remarks on Implementationj NHM ISOPOM RKVY NREGS ATMA 16 . mid land (Red soils-loamy) Irrigated (Mid land & low lands) Red Soil to black Soils Normal Crop/cropping systemg Paddy.) Suggested Contingency measures Change in crop/cropping Agronomic measuresi h system Paddy-Linseed Date of planting Maize.Gram Paddy. Paddy-Mustards Stress tolerance Water manage Ment Residue mulch Cover crops Remarks on Implementationj RKVY NFSM ISOPOM NREGS Delayed release of water in canals due to low rainfall Condition Limited release of water in canals due to low rainfall Major Farming situationf Rain fed Up land.preparation for Rabi crops 2.Mustard Paddy-Linseed Maize-Linseed Paddy-Wheat Paddy -Gram Sorghum.Linseed Early maturing Paddy.

Red Soil to loamy) Normal Crop/cropping systemg Paddy-Wheat Pigeon pea Paddy -Gram Black gram-Wheat Remarks on Implementationj ATMA RKVY ISOPOM NHM NFMS Condition Insufficient groundwater recharge due to low rainfall Major Farming situationf Rain fed (Up lands. Red Soils) Normal Crop/cropping systemg Paddy-Wheat Paddy-Gram Green gram-Wheat Remarks on Implementationj ISOPOM IPNS INMS NHM NFMS - Any other condition (specify) 17 .Condition Non release of water in canals under delayed onset of monsoon in catchment Major Farming situationf Raifed Up lands & Mid lands) Red Irrigated Low and. Fallow-Lentil Water-Harvesting Maize-Linseed Agro forestry based Cropping system Low water requirement cultivars Organic mulches Weed management Remarks on Implementationj ATMA ISOPOM NREGS NHM NFMS INMS Condition Lack of inflows into tanks due to insufficient /delayed onset of monsoon Major Farming situationf Rain fed (Up lands.Linseed Maize-Mustard Green gram-Mustard Paddy-Gram Sorghum-field pea Pigeon pea Suggested Contingency measures Change in crop/cropping Agronomic measuresi h system Maize-Wheat (Early)0 Cover crops black gram-Mustard Agro forestry Green gram-Wheat Use of organic (Early) Wastes Conservation tillage Tillage and mulching farming Suggested Contingency measures Change in crop/cropping Agronomic measuresi h system Black gram-Mustard Growing-deep roted Maize-Lentil Deep ploughing Sorhum -Linseed application of Organic Manures Maintaining soli tilth Residues mulch Suggested Contingency measures Change in crop/cropping Agronomic measuresi h system Fallow-Gram Water shed mgt. Mid lands) black to loamy Normal Crop/cropping systemg Sorghum.

unseasonal etc) (for both rainfed and irrigated situations) Condition Continuous high rainfall in a short span leading to water logging Crop1 (specify) Paddy Crop2 Maize Proper drainage Crop3 Sorghum Drainage in Soil Crop4 Pigeon pea Drainage in Soil Crop5 Sesame Drainage in soil Horticulture Crop1 (specify) Mango Dram mage Crop2 Jack fruit Dram mage Crop3 Guava Dram mage Crop4 Aonla Dram mage Crop5 Ber Dram mage stray to control fruit drop try slating produce to sabur place stray to control fruit drop try slating produce to sabur place stray to control fruit drop try slating produce to sabur place stray to control fruit drop try slating produce to sabur place stray to control fruit drop try slating produce to sabur place Storage and maintaing Quality Storage and maintaing Quality Storage and maintaing Quality Storage and maintaing Quality Storage and maintaing Quality Vegetative stagek Suggested contingency measure Flowering stagel N foliar spry foliar spray N foliar spry foliar spray N foliar spry foliar spray N foliar spry foliar spray N foliar spry foliar spray Crop maturity stagem Shifting produce to safes Shifting produce to safes Post harvestn Drying Drying Shifting produce to safer place Draying and shifting Draying and shifting Draying saber place Shifting produce to safer place Shifting produce to safer place 18 .2.2 Unusual rains (untimely.

Heavy rainfall with high speed winds in a short span2 Crop1 Paddy Drainage & Into cultic With pigeon pea Crop2 Maize Drainage & Into cultic With pigeon pea Crop3 Sorghum Drainage & Into cultic With pigeon pea Crop4 Pigeon pea Drainage & Into cultic With pigeon pea Crop5 Sesame Drainage & Into cultic With pigeon pea Horticulture Crop1 (specify) Mango Crop2 Crop3 Crop4 Crop5 Jack fruit Guava Aonla Ber Drainage date cultivation with wind date cultivation with wind date cultivation with wind date cultivation with wind date cultivation with wind Slating produce to sabur place Slating produce to sabur place Slating produce to sabur place Slating produce to sabur place Slating produce to sabur place Draying shifting Draying shifting Draying shifting Draying shifting Draying shifting Outbreak of pests and diseases due to unseasonal rains Crop1 Paddy Crop2 Crop3 Crop5 Maize Sorghum Sesame Crop4 Pigeon pea Horticulture Crop1 (specify) Mango Crop2 Crop3 Jack fruit Guava Crop4 Aonla Crop5 Ber 19 .

4 Extreme events: Heat wave / Cold wave/Frost/ Hailstorm /Cyclone -NA Extreme event type Seedling / nursery stage Heat Wave Crop1 Horticulture Crop1 (specify) Cold waveq Crop1 Horticulture Crop1 (specify) p Suggested contingency measurer Vegetative stage - Reproductive stage - At harvest - - 20 .3 Floods -NA Suggested contingency measure Seedling / nursery stage 3 Condition Transient water logging/ partial inundation1 Crop1 (specify) Horticulture Crop1 (specify) Continuous submergence for more than 2 days2 Crop1 Horticulture Crop1 (specify) Sea water intrusion Crop1 o Vegetative stage - Reproductive stage - At harvest - - 2.2.

Frost Crop1 Pigeon pea Crop2 Lentil Crop1 (specify) Crop2 Crop3 Hailstorm Crop1 Horticulture Crop1 (specify) Cyclone Crop1 Horticulture Crop1 (specify) - - - - 21 .

Keep animals under shade 22 . Ensure water supply for all the cattle’s Treatment of roughage with urea-molasses to increase its feed value Ensure water supply for all the cattle’s Ensure proper sanitation and cleanliness measures in cattle sheds.5 Contingent strategies for Livestock. The hygiene should be given top priority Ensured availability of fodder and mineral mixture Arrange potable water supply for all the cattle with admitted of cattle’s Deworm for better feed conservation efficiency.2. The given top priority Drinking water Health and disease management Ensure proper sanitation and cleanliness measures in cattle clearness for hygiene condition be sheds Practice of feeding chopped straw along with oil seed cake concentration Ensure clean and potable water supply camps in cattle Protected fodder / feed from fungal contamination Ensure clean and potable water supply for all the cattle Floods Feed and fodder availability Drinking water Health and disease management Vaccination should be done well in advance. Poultry & Fisheries 2. Urea-molasses treatment of roughage to increase its feed value. alongwith concentrate Ensure clean and potable water supply for all the cattle camps in accordance with the total number of cattle admitted in these camps Keep animals under shade to the extent possible.1 Livestock Before the event Drought Feed and fodder availability s Suggested contingency measure During the event After the event Complete feed block using local residues.5.

2 Poultry Suggested contingency measure 23 .5.Cyclone Feed and fodder availability Drinking water Health and disease management Heat wave and cold wave Shelter/environment management Protective measures should be done for preventing extreme heat and cold wave Health and disease management - Protective measures should be done for preventing extreme heat and cold wave by providing room heaters. Curtains of gunny begs in the cattle shed. - Protective measures should be done for preventing extreme heat and cold wave - 2.

Periodic check up of birds may be done for infectious disease like bird flue and Adopt suitable control measures like culling of birds flue infected poultry and burn them 24 . Periodic check up of birds may be done for infectious disease - Ensure proper feed with mixture of straw concentration Provide potable water supply for birds. Protective measures should be done for preventing extreme heat and cold wave Health and disease management Periodic check up of birds may be done for infectious disease like bird flue and Adopt suitable control measures like culling of birds flue infected poultry and burn them a based on forewarning wherever available. as per needs. Protective measures should be done for preventing extreme heat and cold wave. Cover the sheds with paddy straw and arrange sprinklers/fans and foggers in sheds. After the event Ensure proper feed with mixture of straw concentration Provide potable water supply for birds. Periodic check up of birds may be done for infectious disease Health and disease management Heat wave and cold wave Shelter/environment management Cover the sheds with gunny beg curtains cpaddy straw and arrange sprinklers/fans and foggers in sheds. Periodic check up of birds may be done for infectious disease. as per needs.Before the events Drought Shortage of feed ingredients Drinking water During the event Ensure proper feed with mixture of straw concentration Provide potable water supply for birds.

Aquaculture (i) Shallow water in ponds due to insufficient rains/inflow (ii) Impact of salt load build up in ponds / change in water quality (iii) Any other 4-6 months fish culture may be adopted Recycling of the subsurface water and add fresh water from tube well or other sources Nil Low stocking density with artificial feeding should be adopted Recycling of the subsurface water and add fresh water from tube well or other sources Nil Suggest farmers to collect fishes and sell in the market. Capture Marine Inland (i) Shallow water depth due to insufficient rains/inflow (ii) Changes in water quality (iii) Any other B.5. Minimize the stock and sell in the market.3 Fisheries/ Aquaculture Suggested contingency measures Before the eventa During the event After the event 1) Drought A.2. To stock the fish culture until recovered the water scarcity Condition may not be possible because 65% of the land is covered with water Stocking density should be low & short period fish culture can be adopted Minimize the stock Harvest and sell out the stock No need to maintain the water quality Minimum ponds manure apply in the ponds and dissolve the oxygen content by putting electrical erraters Organic load will enhance during the drought event in to the water bodies so mud and detritus should be maintained properly Not possible to go for fish culture Scraping /desilting 4-6 inches soil Nil 25 .

No need to compensate before flood A Package for fisherman community has been established as per constitution of fisheries legislation by MP fish department A Package for fisherman community has been established as per constitution of fisheries legislation by MP fish department Rs 6-10 has been suggested by the MP fish department as per the terms and conditions available Compensation may be given as per fisheries departments norms A Package for fisherman community has been established as per constitution of fisheries legislation by MP fish department A Package for fisherman community has been established as per constitution of fisheries legislation by MP fish department Rs 6-10 has been suggested by the MP fish department as per the terms and conditions available Compensation may be given as per fisheries departments norms A Package for fisherman community has been established as per constitution of fisheries legislation by MP fish department A Package for fisherman community has been established as per constitution of fisheries legislation by MP fish department Rs 6-10 has been suggested by the MP fish department as per the terms and conditions available As per the symptoms the profilative measures will be adopted Lime and copper sulphate may be applied as a causative agent to control the pollution in the ponds (ii) No. Capture Marine Inland (i) Average compensation paid due to loss of human life Catch the fish in low lying areas of runoff of water and in this condition net out the ponds & remove unwanted spp and also remove mud and detritus If possible fix the nets across the flow This condition may not be arrises as per past experiences of the world.2) Floods Fix the slug gates with iron meshed nets and as much as stock should be netted out and sell in the A. of boats / nets/damaged (iii) No. of houses damaged (iv) Loss of stock (v) Changes in water quality (vi) Health and diseases No change No any precautionary measures suggested 26 .

of boats / nets/damaged (iii) Avg. huts etc) (vi) Any other 3. Aquaculture Fishes will be migrate against the current flow catch them from the areas Ponds treatments will be needed by addition of purifiers Prophylactic measures will be adopted as per suggestions of experts As per suggestions of the experts and causative agents Will try to recovered the inputs As per the norms decided by the MP fisheries department NIL (i) Inundation with flood water (ii) Water contamination and changes in water quality (iii) Health and diseases (iv) Loss of stock and inputs (feed. aerators. of houses damaged Suggest to the farmers not to go for fishing and remove the ships and boats and keep away from water bodies As per decision taken by the govt authorities As per decision taken by the govt authorities As per decision taken by the govt authorities As per decision taken by the govt authorities Suggest to the farmers not to go for fishing and remove the ships and boats and keep away from water bodies As per decision taken by the govt authorities As per decision taken by the govt authorities As per decision taken by the govt authorities As per decision taken by the govt authorities Compensation may be given as per govt decision As per decision taken by the govt authorities As per decision taken by the govt authorities As per decision taken by the govt authorities As per decision taken by the govt authorities 27 . Capture Marine (i) Average compensation paid due to loss of fishermen lives (ii) Avg. no. chemicals etc) (v) Infrastructure damage (pumps. Cyclone / Tsunami Remove the stock Stop the addition of organic load Minimum stock with proper water quality care should be taken As per rate of loss different chemicals will be added to ponds As per the norms decided by the MP fisheries department NIL Not possible As per suggestions of the experts and causative agents Control measures will be adapted to minimize the loss As per the norms decided by the MP fisheries department NIL A. no.B.

Capture Marine Inland B. prophylactic measures will be adopted. Keep maintained maximum water depth As per infection and causative agent. chemicals etc) (v) Infrastructure damage (pumps. aerators. Heat wave and cold wave A. shelters/huts etc) (vi) Any other 4. Aquaculture (i) Changes in pond environment (water quality) (ii) Health and Disease management (iii) Any other As per decision taken by the govt authorities As per decision taken by the govt authorities As per decision taken by the govt authorities As per decision taken by the govt authorities As per decision taken by the govt authorities As per decision taken by the govt authorities As per decision taken by the govt authorities As per decision taken by the govt authorities As per decision taken by the govt authorities As per decision taken by the govt authorities As per decision taken by the govt authorities As per decision taken by the govt authorities As per decision taken by the govt authorities As per decision taken by the govt authorities As per decision taken by the govt authorities As per decision taken by the govt authorities As per decision taken by the govt authorities As per decision taken by the govt authorities As per decision taken by the govt authorities As per decision taken by the govt authorities As per decision taken by the govt authorities Maintain water depth Suggest not to go for fishing Suggest not to go for fishing Remove fish stock Add the water body Suggest not to go for fishing Suggest not to go for fishing Temperature of water increases so add water.Inland B. 28 . Aquaculture (i) Overflow / flooding of ponds (ii) Changes in water quality (fresh water / brackish water ratio) (iii) Health and diseases (iv) Loss of stock and inputs (feed.

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