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ICT in AGRICULTURE

Pre s e ntatio n b y
O m Prakas h
S e c re tary -Ag ric ulture
Go v t. o f Uttarakh and
Vision

Integration of ICT enabled and


other Initiatives in Agriculture
& Allied Sectors for Moving
away fromSubsistence to
Sustainability
Strategy
Blending
Domain Knowledge With Technology
To
Enhance Effectiveness and Efficiency
in
Agriculture and Allied Sectors
Why ICT in Agriculture?
• Poor Logistics and Market Infrastructure
• Enhanced Focus on Supply Chain Management and
Customer Relation Management
• Need for Comprehensive Watershed Planning
• Relatively High Literacy Level (76%)
• Showcasing Basket of Commodities for niche markets
• Strong SHG/FIG Network (Advantageous for Collective
Bargaining)
Initiatives
• Ag ric ulture Po rtal

• Ag ro Clim atic Planning & Info rm atio n


Bank (APIB)

• e -Ag ric linic (Ag ris ne t)


Agriculture Portal-Objectives
 To Provide Farmers With Easy & Timely Access to
Information Regarding:
• Crop Planning and Husbandry.
• Technology & Process Innovations
• Skill Development
 To Build Capacity of Govt. and Other Institutions
 To Provide Virtual Markets/Logistics Solutions to
Farmers and Traders
 It will be a ‘One Stop Information Shop’ for all Farmers
Agriculture Portal
Agriculture Markets
Universities
Animal Husbandry
Agriculture

Quality Inputs Quality


Farmer Output Storage
Suppliers
& Transportation
Fisheries
Horticulture

Banks and
Government Credit agencies

(Farmers Interaction System)


Agriculture Portal
Communication Platform for Various Stake Holders
Government Government to
to Farmers Citizen

G2F G2C

Farmers To Farmers To
Farmers Businesses

F2F F2B

Government to G2G G2B Government


Government, to Business
Other
Institutions
Agriculture Portal
Human Interface in the Development Phase
i) Public Extension Functionaries.
ii) Private Service Providers.
iii) Progressive Farmers (One in Each Nyay
Panchayat, 670 in all).
iv) Contact Farmers (One in Each Village, 16,629 in
all).
v) Researchers of Pantnagar University & Krishi
Vigyan Kendras).
Logical view of Agriculture Portal
Stakeholders Farmers Researchers Govt. Officials Industry Extension Agents
Services
Information Services Advisory Services Collaborative Transaction /
Services Application Services
History Geography Soil conservation
Roads / Location Maps Soil testing services Email Schemes/Grants/Project/pr
Depts. Info Irrigation / Water Mgt Chats / Discussion forum ogram Monitoring
Weather Info Package of best Face to Face Application
Mandi rates practices in FAQs
Soil Seed Info Departmental MIS
Crop life cycles fertilizers, seeds, post application
Poultry Dairy Fishery harvest techniques,
Livestock breeding info organic farming, IVR Based Call Center
Horticulture Floriculture Info integrated pest and Application.
Harvest and post harvest info disease mgt.
Banking, insurance and NGOs Complaint and Grievance
info Best practices in poultry registration application.
Tools and equipment info fisheries livestock
Govt Policies Schemes breeding Tenders
Projects info Marketing SMS Services
Statistics Reports
News Magazines Traditional agricultural
practices.

Govt Depts.
Informati
Sources

Agriculture Farmers Govt Depts.


Marketing Boards
on

Universities Agri Experts Industry


of

IMD, Banks
KVKs
Agro Climatic Planning & Information Bank
(APIB)
• Concept enunciated by Late Shri D.N. Basu, Economic
Advisor, Planning Commission in 1988.
• Aim is to integrate spatial and non spatial data relevant to
Agriculture & Allied Sectors for evolving a S p atial
De c is io n S up p o rt S y s te m .
• GIS Application at 1:10000 scale utilizing 2.5 m resolution
Cartosat-I and 5.8 m resolution LISS-IV MSS data.
• Champawat & Dehradun Districts taken in Pilot Phase.
• Being Developed in Collaboration with NIRD, Hyderabad.
Agro Climatic Planning & Information Bank
(APIB)
Thematic Layers

1.LAND USE LAND COVER MAPPING 2. LAND DEGRADATION


3. LAND PRODUCTIVITY 4. LAND IRRIGABILITY CLASSIFICATION
5. LAND CAPABILITY CLASSIFICATION 6. IRRIGATED / UNIRRIGATED LAND AREAS
7. SOIL MAPPING 8. SOIL LOSS
9. SOIL SUITABILITY FOR CROPS 10. SOIL PHYSICO- CHEMICAL PROPERTIES
11. HYDROLOGICAL SOIL GROUPING 12. DOMINANT CROP TYPES
13. GEOMORPHOLOGY 14. GROUND WATER POTENTIAL
15. TERRAIN CHARACTERISTICS 16. DRAINAGE CHARACTERISTICS
17. CULTURAL FEATURES 18. AGRO-METEROLOGICAL DATA
Agro Climatic Planning & Information Bank
(APIB)
Outputs
2. Land Use Monitoring
3. Surface & Ground Water/Irrigation Management
4. Watershed Planning
5. Cropping Pattern Analysis
6. Yield Forecasting
7. Graphical/Tabular Displays/Reporting
8. Analytical Modeling (with Spatial + Non Spatial
Information)
e-Agriclinic (Agrisnet)

• Agriculture Portal & APIB– Knowledge Information


Systems

• e-Agriclinic – Knowledge Management System (Third


Generation Application).
e-Agriclinic (Agrisnet)

An Artificial Knowledge Manager/Intelligent


Agent Platform incorporated in this
Application will enable the Stake Holders to
arrive at optimal solutions through Interactive
and Iterative dialogue
Key Features of e-Agriclinic Application
• Icon Based Online interactive Application

• Facility to upload Photographs, Voice and Video


messages

• Internal Engine to Search data from Agriculture


Portal & APIB databases
Linkage Programmes
• Farmer to Farmer Agriculture Extension Programme.
(Enabling Human Interface)
• Development of Packages of Organic Agronomic Practices
in Farming System Mode.
(Farm Economic Modeling for Sustainable Agriculture)
• Strategic Research & Extension Project.
(To fill up Gaps in Logistics, Extension & Research)
• Marketing Facilitation.
(Marketing Infrastructure, Showcasing Uttarakhand-An
Agriculturally Immensely Bio-diverse Province)