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Secretary Horticulture Department conducts review meeting
10/10/2018 9:55:30 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, Oct 10: To review the ongoing various Developmental schemes of Horticulture Department in Jammu Province the Secretary to Govt. Horticulture Department Manzoor Ahmed Lone Chaired a meeting of all the Chief Horticulture Officer/ District and Divisional level officers here today.
The Director Horticulture Jammu Anuradha Gupta gave a detailed power point presentation of all the Centrally sponsored schemes and State Sponsored schemes presently under implimentation in Jammu province and achievement made in this regards till date. The secretary discussed each and every component of both centrally sponsored schemes such as Mission for Integrated Development of Horticulture (MIDH) Prime Minister Development Package (PMDP), Prime Minister Krishi Sinchayee Yojna (PMKSY), Agriculture Technology Management Agency (ATMA) Sub Mission for Agriculture Mechanization and Capex schemes in terms of physical and financial achievement made. He stressed upon the officers to expedite the progress of various schemes which are not time bound especially creation of water resources, organic farming, Horticulture Mechanization, construction of functional pack Houses. The secretary instructed all the district heads to identify the more area under High density plantation in apple crops as Horticulture fetch more returns to the growers as compared to agriculture crops and it also provides employment to the local. Mr. lone also reviewed the progress made in various crop specific village viz Anardhana village in Ramban, Mango village in Jammu and Kathua Citrus village in Reasi and Pecannut village in Rajouri and Poocnch walnut village in kishtwar districts. Earlier the Secretary visited the upcoming Horticulture Museum in the horticulture complex which shall be site of attraction in the coming days and took stock of the developmental works wherein different fruit crops are being planted in addition to model for protected cultivation/shade nut house and various medicinal crops. Among others Joint Director Horticulture Tarvinder Singh and other official of the Directorate attended the meeting.
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