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Proforma-II GOVERNMENT OF KHYBER PAKHTUNKHWA PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT

Project Concept Form for New Initiative


1. Local Cost Foreign -Exp. Upto Jun 11 -Allocation for 2011 -12 Local Foreign Rev Total 8.976 8.976 -TF Beyond 2011-12 30.976

Cap --

39.952

1. Title of the Proposed Project:

Promotion of Cotton Crop in DIKhan District and its introduction in potential districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Cotton is one of the most important cash crops of the country. It accounts for 9.3% of the value added in agriculture and about 2~3% to GDP. It is realized that an increment of one million bales in cotton production in turn translates into half a percent increase in GDP. As such, this cash crop is believed to be the life line of the national economy. In 2009 -10, the gross export receipts were estimated at $ 19.290 billion, of which cotton and textiles accounted for $ 8.011 billion or 42 percent. Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, has a great potential to accommodate cotton crop in its cropping pattern. It reveals from the data taken from 1947 till 2008 -09, that the cotton was grown at a remarkable area of 13000 acres in 1959-60 which was fallen down to 490 acres in 2008-09. The grower converted to sugar crops as it has good return, easy disposal/marketing, lesser labour. The reason of fall was least interest of growers, non availability of technical know how, poor marketing system in the province, non existence of cotton ginners in the province. High cost of production was a main reason with an intensive care demand of the crop.

2. Proponent Information.

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Besides all that, main hurdle is picking of the cotton as in Sindh and Punjab, the picking is attended by the female farm workers which in the case of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa is not possible due to traditional ties, tribal back ground which negates adoption of such like practices by the women folk. Picking as such is patience oriented job and the male figures lacks this quality. To bring the farming community back to its cropping pattern, the district with a large potential of cotton production, are proposed / recommended to adopt the crop. Following are the targets fixed and assigned to the district Agriculture Officer with strict instructions to promote the cotton achieving these goals. The main cotton growing area in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa is DIKhan, Bannu, Lakki and some area of Nowshera, Mardan and Swabi. These were previously cotton growing areas and have ample potential for producing good quality cotton. On commissioning of Chashma Right Bank Canal (CRBC) which supplies irrigation water in DIKhan to 3,50,000 acres area with 150% crop intensity. In addition to that 1,60,000 acres area is to be irrigated through Gomal Zam and is near to its completion. Similarly the proposed lift canal will provide irrigation water to another 2,50,000 acres area with cropping intensity of 160% so there are greater chances to bring area under cotton crop in DIKhan. In Kharif season sugarcane and rice are competitive crops of cotton but these are high delta crop and by their continuous cultivation over a period of time, water logging problem will result
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where the appearance of water logging in some of the area has been noticed while the cotton is low delta crop as compared to sugarcane and rice so by increasing the area in cotton will overcome the expected water logging problem. Cotton is a technical crop and farmers need to be trained in its cultivation. By introducing high yielding cotton varieties and strengthening of agriculture research system on cotton will be a positive step towards cotton crop maximization. The assignment could be made possible when all necessary requirement of the assignee are fulfilled, even though the assignments are made environmental friendly, cost effective and endurable. For the purpose, required quantities are supposed to be provided so that goals should be achieved. 3. Goals & objectives set to be achieved.

To promote the use of improved quality seed conforming to national and international quality standards To promote the development of seed industry for improving crop production in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. To represent the interests of the seed industry in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. To improve communication between the seed industry in the Province and the country. To promote activities that lead to regulatory harmonization in the province to facilitate seed movement To interact with national and international organization involved in seed activities to promote the interests of the seed industry To improve communication between seed suppliers in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa by providing necessary seed industry information and holding meetings, seminars, workshops, etc
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To advise relevant government regulatory authorities in drafting rules and 4. Rational for ADP Funding.

regulations pertaining to seed trade, etc Rs. 39.952 million are required to be provided under ADP. Detail costs involved are annexed with the proposal. Hangu District.

5. Geographical Coverage (For whole province or specific district/tehsil)

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. 6. Is Project aligned with CDS? 7. Nearest place where similar facility is available. Yes. As mentioned above, the Government Seed Farm Hangu would be swapped and the proposed farm is likely to be established in suburbs of Hangu District or in adjacent vill of the Hangu Tehsil. Financial Facing of the project is as under:

8. Financial Phasing

Particulars 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 Total Establishment Charges Pay of Farm Manager @ Rs. 45000/540,000 567,000 595,350 625,118 656,373 2,983,841 month Pay of Agriculture Inspector @ Rs. 15000/180,000 189,000 198,450 208,373 218,791 994,614 p.m Pay of one Storekeeper/Acct. Clerk @ 180,000 189,000 198,450 208,373 218,791 994,614 15000/- p.m. Pay of 2 Field Assistants @ Rs. 15000/360,000 378,000 396,900 416,745 437,582 1,989,227 p.m Pay of 2 Budders @ Rs. 10000/- p.m 240,000 252,000 264,600 277,830 291,722 1,326,152 Pay of 2 Field Workers @ Rs. 7000/- p.m 168,000 176,400 185,220 194,481 204,205 928,306 Pay of 3 Farm Chowkidars @ Rs. 7000/252,000 264,600 277,830 291,722 306,308 1,392,459 p.m Total Establishment Charges 1,920,000 2,016,000 2,116,800 2,222,640 2,333,772 10,609,212 Purchase of Farm Machinery 2,065,000 2,065,000 Motorcycle for Farm Manager 80,000 80,000 Linning of Water Channels 1,500,000 1,500,000 POL Charges 976,000 256,000 294,400 338,560 389,344 2,254,304 Labour Charges 600,000 690,000 793,500 912,525 1,049,404 4,045,429 Tube Well 1,000,000 1,000,000 Cost of Inputs 892,800 1,026,720 1,180,728 1,357,837 1,561,513 6,019,598 Construction of Office/Store/Chowkidar 12,000,000 - 12,000,000 Qtr Others 22,200 57,280 64,572 68,438 165,967 378,457 8,976,000 16,126,000 4,450,000 4,900,000 5,500,000 39,952,000

Note: Component wise detail of expenditure is annexed as Annexure 1, 2 & 3. 9. Benefits (Types & Number) Seed requirements for Hangu and Kohat Districts are 4305 metric tonnes which will bring an area of 43050 hectares under wheat. The project will produce 67.18 metric tonnes wheat seed with is about 2% of the tot al demand. Rest of the demand will be fulfilled through supply from Punjab seed corporation, frontier seed industry (Agriculture Development Fund). The local will have to receive improved seed / certified seed and will fetch better economical yield in average. The detail is given as:
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Crop

Income to be derieved from the produced (Million) Wheat 60 30 67.18 1679.59 . 2. Maize 20 20 14.93 933.11 . . Paddy 20 31 23.14 2314.10 . . Rs. 4.09 Total / annum gross income to be derieved)

Area to Expected Total be sown yield Expedted (Acres) (maund/ product acre) (M.Tonnes)

Area to be benefited with produce (Acres)

10. Expected out put (Qualitative & Quantative).

With the help of this project the farming community will fetch better income and it will change socio economic conditions of the hard living farming community/flood victims of the project. Normal

11. Priority (indicate Top, Normal, or Low)

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Annexure A

PROVINCE WISE AREA OF WHEAT CROP

(Area '000' Acres) Year


2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

Punjab 15762.9 16021.13 15896.09 15819.98 16892.93

Sindh 2192.85 2306.03 2427.11 2446.14 2548.69

Khyber P.K. 1849.87 1782.4 1863.95 1846.9 1901.51

Balochistan 847.83 766.04 1010.43 1014.39 1010.43

Pakistan 20653.45 20875.6 21197.59 21127.41 22353.57

%age share of KPK

9.0% 8.5% 8.8% 8.7% 8.5%

Source: Agricultural Statistics of Pakistan.

2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

16776 17853 15607 18420

2750.3 3409.2 3411.4 3540.2

1100.6 1160.4 1071.8 1204.5

649.9 872.1 868.6 868.2

21276 8 23294 7 20958 8 24032 9

Demand of Wheat / Human Consumption in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa


Year Di ri

2009-10 Settled Districts FATA Total:

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Agr cu ural Statistics of Pakistan.

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Population (Million)

Per Wheat Wheat e quiremen Production capita consump ts (M.Tonnes) (M.Tonnes) tion (Kgs) 24.647 124 3566984 1152470 4.119 28.766

Available for Human consumption (90% of the produce) 1037223

 

2004-05

17375

2508.6

1091.1

637.6

21612 3

5 05 5 17 4.98% 5.11% 5.01%

Difficiency (M.Tonnes)

2529761

   

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SEED REQUIREMENTS OF KHYBER PAKHTUNKHWA & PUBLIC SECTOR TARGET AND PROJECT SHARE IN THE DEMAND OF SEEDS.
Sr No Particultures otal Seed equirements ( onnes) 1 2 20% Seed equirement have to be provided by public sector ( onnes) 3 Project Share ( onnes) 4 %age Share of Public Sector in Seed Supply over the due share of 20% demand heat aize Padday 93713 17 16683 9 1329 37 18742 63 3336 78 265 874

Cost of Production of Crops to be Sown on the Proposed Farm

U it Qty U it C t T t lA t Kgs 50 Rs. 40.00 Rs. 2,000.00 g 1 Rs. 3,400.00 Rs. 3,400.00 bag 1 Rs. 1,000.00 Rs. 1,000.00 . 1 Rs. 1,000.00 Rs. 1,000.00 Lit/hr 25 Rs. 80.00 Rs. 2,000.00 Total : Rs.

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Rs.

Total :

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c. Paddy Crop Sr. No. Input 1 Seed 2 DAP 3 Urea 4 Zinc 5 Weedicides application 6 Ploughing & Seeding (4 tractor hrs)

Unit Qty Unit Cost Total A ount Kgs 10 Rs. 40.00 Rs. 400.00 bag 1 Rs. 3,400.00 Rs. 3,400.00 bag 1 Rs. 1,000.00 Rs. 1,000.00 Kgs 5 Rs. 80.00 Rs. 400.00 No. 1 Rs. 1,000.00 Rs. 1,000.00 Lit/hr 20 Rs. 80.00 Rs. 1,600.00 7,800.00

b. Maize Sr. No. I put 1 Seed 2 DAP 3 Urea 4 Pest./Weedicides application 5 Ploughing & Seeding (5 tractor hrs)

U it Qty U it Cost Total A ount Kgs 16 Rs. 40.00 Rs. 640.00 bag 1 Rs. 3,400.00 Rs. 3,400.00 bag 1 Rs. 1,000.00 Rs. 1,000.00 No. 2 Rs. 800.00 Rs. 1,600.00 Lit/hr 25 Rs. 80.00 Rs. 2,000.00 8,640.00

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Annexure B

Total Input Cost of Crops for the Project Period


Year Area defr e rop Acres) g hi e Wheat Crop Area under Crop (in Acres) Total Cost of q p uts e (Rs.) aize Crop Area under Crop (in Acres) Total Cost of q puts n (Rs.) Paddy Crop Total n Cost of q puts (Rs.) Total Amount (Rs.)

Per Acre Cost (Rs.)

1 2 3 4 5

2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16

60 60 60 60 60

9,400 10,810 12,432 14,296 16,441

564,000 648,600 745,890 857,774 986,440 3,802,703

20 20 20 20 20

8,640 9,936 11,426 13,140 15,111

172,800 198,720 228,528 262,807 302,228 1,165,083

20 20 20 20 20 100

Per Acre Cost (Rs.) 7,800 8,970 10,316 11,863 13,642 -

Per Acre gst o p h s.)

Sr. o . r

156,000 179,400 206,310 237,257 272,845 1,051,811

892,800 1,026,720 1,180,728 1,357,837 1,561,513 6,019,598

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Annexure C Annual Indirect Income from the Project


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Itemized Cost of the Project


Area (Acres) Land Reclamation/Levelling 100 Tractor hrs/acre POL POL Consump. Rate/ litre Lit. p/hr 15 6 Rs. Amount Required

Land Development 80 5 5 Rs. Daily Paid Labour to be engaged. 2 Lab/Acre/Day for 15 Days @ Rs. 250/- p.day POL for Ploughing Linning of water channels Lining PCPs Purchase of Tractors Tractor 85 Hp Cultivator Unit 1 Unit 1 80 Meters 1,000 3 5 Rs. Rate/unit Rs. Rate/unit Rs. Rate/unit Rs.

Fertilizer & eed Placement Drill

Disk Plough

Wheat Thresher

Tractor Trolly (Hydrolic) Wheat Bhoosa Chopper Nursery Tools/Budding Grafting Kit

Tube Well Construction

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Annexure D

Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs.

720,000.00 160,000.00 600,000.00 96,000.00

Amount Required Rs. 1,500,000.00

Amount Required Rs. 800,000.00

Amount Required Rs. 50,000.00

Amount Required Rs. 80,000.00

Rs.

1,000,000.00

Annexure E
LAND U LIZATION STATISTICS
(Area in illion hectare )

xy

Year/ rovince

1 Total Punjab(R) indh

Geograp Total area Fore t hical reported area area col. 4+5+6+7) 2 3 4

ot Culturabl Cultivated Current vailable or e allow area cultivation wa te col. 8+9) 5 6 7 8

et area Area own own ore than once 9 10

Total Agriculture Arable cropped area land land col. 9+10) (13+14) (6+7) 11 12 13

79. 1

57.06 17.48 14.09 8.34 17.15

4.21 0.49 1.03 1.33 1.36

23.43 2.97 6.74 3.89 9.83

8.22 1.

21.2 12.42 4.88 1.91 1.99

4.98 1.44 2.01 0. 1

16.22 10.98 2.87 1.3 1.07


8.0%

7.41 5.75 1.01 0. 7 0.08


7.7%

23. 3

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33. 3 14. 1 7.35 4.45 7.32
13.2%

29.42 14.02 6.32 3.12 5.96


10.6%

20. 3

16.73 3.88 1.87 1.15


7.9%

14.09 10.17 34.72

1.44 1.21 3.97

hyber Pakhtunkhwa

Balochi tan %age of KPK

0.92
12.2%

12.8

14.6

31.6

16.6

14.7

9.0

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Annexure F 5 Years Cost Summary

, , 2,065,000 1,500,000 976,000 600,000 1,000,000 892,800 22,200 ,

80,000 256,000 690,000 1,026,720 12,000,000 57,280 ,

294,400 793,500 1,180,728 64,572 ,

338,560 912,525 1,357,837 68,438 ,

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Pa t a ta li t ag Pay of a a ag R . 45000/ont Pay of g i lt nspector Rs. 15000/p.m Pay of one torekeeper/ cct. l erk 15000/- p.m. Pay of 2 i el ssistants Rs. 15000/p.m Pay of 2 ers Rs. 10000/- p.m Pay of 2 i el orkers Rs. 7000/- p.m Pay of 3 arm owki ars Rs. 7000/p.m T g P rchase of arm achinery otorcycle for arm anager Linning of ater hannels P L harges La our harges Tube e ll ost of nputs onstruction of ffice/ tore/ howki ar tr thers

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011-12 540,000 180,000 180,000 360,000 240,000 168,000 252,000

2012-13 567,000 189,000 189,000 378,000 252,000 176,400 264,600

2013-14 595,350 198,450 198,450 396,900 264,600 185,220 277,830

2014-15 625,118 208,373 208,373 416,745 277,830 194,481 291,722

2015-16 656,373 218,791 218,791 437,582 291,722 204,205 306,308 , ,

Total 2,983,841 994,614 994,614 1,989,227 1,326,152 928,306 1,392,459 , , 2,065,000 80,000 1,500,000 2,254,304 4,045,429 1,000,000 6,019,598 12,000,000 378,457 ,

389,344 1,049,404 1,561,513 165,967 ,