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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 42.399 42.399 -TF Beyond 2011-12 42.209

Cap --

84.608

2. Title of the Proposed Project.

Increasing efficiency of Barani Area (Rain-fed land) through Qemisoyl application in Cereal & Fruit Crops in KHYBER PAKHTUNKHWA

3. Proponent Information

There is broad consensus on the need to improve water management and to invest in water for food as these are critical to meeting the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). The role of water in food and livelihood security is a major issue of concern in the context of persistent drought like situation and continued environmental degradation. Although there is considerable knowledge on the issue of water management, an overarching picture on the waterfoodlivelihoods environment nexus is missing, leaving uncertainties about management and investment decisions that will meet both food and environmental security objectives. The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa is blessed with fertile land and suitable seasons. It has 1.69 million hectares of cultivatable area out of which only 0.82 million hectares is irrigated while rest of the area is rain fed. During Rabi 2009-10 the farming community of rainfed has fetched 490 kgs/hectares of wheat against 907 kgs/hectares of the irrigated area. Through the help of this project the per hectare yield will be increased from 80% to 100% through the application of qemisoyl and chemical fertilizer in to their fields.
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Qemisoyl is a polyacrylamide, synthetic polymer. One kilogram of Qemisoyl can absorb up to 200 liter of Water that its weight increases to 500 times. The crystals of Qemisoyl returns 95% of the absorbed water to the roots of the plants, no moisture evaporates to atmosphere. Qemisoyl reduces the soil density and improves air and water circulation through soil. Qemisoyl hydration is fully reversible. Once all the water is withdrawn the particles returns to its original size ready to be filled again. Qemisoyl once applied usually remains 4 to 5 years in the soil. It is very cost effective, particularly for arid zones and generally where the tube well discharge is lower than one cusec. Application of Qemisoyl Increases Crop Yield 20-27% per hectare & Lessens Water Shortage By 40-50%. 4. Goals & Objectives set to be achieved.
OVERALL OBJECTIVES

 The overall objective of the project is to utilize full potential of arid land through application of Qemisoyl, a water absorbing additive.
SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES

 To provide Qemisoyl to the farming community of Barani Agriculture Area of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa free of cost.  To lay out wheat, maize and gram crops demonstration plots in the qemisoyl treated barani land providing with the seed, fertilizer and other technical supports to the farming community.

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5. Rational for ADP Funding.

An amount of Rs. 84.608 million is required to be funded from ADP source. Detail of costs involved are annexed with the paper. For whole of the province (24 Districts). The Barani (rainfed) area of each district will be covered partially. Yes. Progressive growers of Punjab & Sindh Provinces have adopted this technology and obtained satisfactory results from the application of Qemisoyl application. The project is a demonstrative practice to motivate the farming community of Barani Area of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. The cost involved in the project is as under:
2010-11 0.500 0.480 0.150 0.100 9.153 5.071 5.668 2.801 16.464 0.400 1.332 0.280 42.399 2011-12 0.800 0.480 0.200 0.200 10.525 5.071 5.668 2.801 16.464 42.209 Total 1.300 0.960 0.350 0.300 19.678 10.142 11.336 5.602 32.928 0.400 1.332 0.280 84.608

6. Geographical Coverage (For whole province or specific district/tehsil) 7. Is Project aligned with CDS? 8. Nearest place where similar facility is available.

9. Financial Phasing

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Classification

A 01101 Establishment Charges A 03805 Travelling Allowance A 03826 Transportation Charges (inputs seed/fertilizer etc.) A 03901 Stationery A 03907 Advertisement Charges A 09370 Purchase of Inputs: i. Qemisoyl ii. Seed iii. Fertilizers iii. Weedicides/herbicides/pesticides iv. Vegetable/Fruit Orchards cost Consultancy for Impact Assessment Survey Training of the Master Trainers A 03970 Misc. charges Total Communication :

Note: Component wise detail of expenditure is annexed as Annexure 1, 2 & 3. 10. Benefits (Types & Number) An area of about 2952 Acres will be covered under the project. The Demonstration would be done at an area of 1 acre plot, so the beneficiaries would be 2952 number of the barani area growers.

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11. Expected out put (Qualitative & Quantative).

With the help of this project barani area farming community/project beneficiary will fetch 30~40% additional produce over the produce he normally obtain. Top

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

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Annexure A
S.No. Qemisoyl Recommended doses of application for crops 2011-12 & its cost Name of Crop Recommended Area to be Required Unit Cost Amount dose (Kg/hect) benefited Quantity (Rs./tonn) Required under the (in tonnes) crop 10,00,000 Rs. 1 Wheat Crop 6 590 3.540 Rs. 2 Maize Crop 3 Gram Crop 4 Vegetables 5 Fruit Orchards Total : 6 6 5 10 295 148 295 148 1476 1.770 0.888 1.475 1.480 0 Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs.

35,40,000 17,70,000 8,88,000 14,75,000 14,80,000 91,53,000

S.No.

Name of Crop

1 2 3 4 5

Wheat Crop Maize Crop Gram Crop Vegetables Fruit Orchards Total :

Qemisoyl Recommended doses of application for crops 2012-13 Recommended Area to be Required Unit Cost Amount dose (Kg/hect) benefited Quantity (Rs./tonn) Required under the (in tonnes) crop 6 590 3.540 Rs. 11,50,000 Rs. 40,71,000 6 295 1.770 Rs. 20,35,500 6 148 0.888 Rs. 10,21,200 5 295 1.475 Rs. 16,96,250 10 148 1.480 Rs. 17,02,000 1476 0 Rs. 1,05,25,950

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1 2 3 4 5

Qemisoyl Recommended doses of application for crops 2011-12 to 2012-13 Recommended Area to be Required Unit Cost Amount Name of Crop dose (Kg/hect) benefited Quantity (average) Required under the (in tonnes) (Rs./tonn) crop Wheat Crop 6 1180 7.08 Rs. 10,75,000 Rs. 76,11,000.00 Maize Crop 6 590 3.54 Rs. 38,05,500.00 Gram Crop 6 296 1.776 Rs. 19,09,200.00 Vegetables 5 590 2.95 Rs. 31,71,250.00 Fruit Orchards 10 296 2.96 Rs. 31,82,000.00 Total : 2952 0 Rs. 1,96,78,950.00

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Annexure B
District Wise Area to be Benefited by Qemisoyl application
(In acres) District Total Area Wheat Area (hect) Cost (Rs.) Area (Acres) Maize Cost (Rs.) Area (Acres ) Gram Cost (Rs.) Vegetables Area (Acres) Cost (Rs.) Fruit Orchards Area Cost (Acres) (Rs.) Area (Acres)

Total
Cost (Rs.)

Khyber Pakhtunkhw a Abbottabad Bannu Battagram Buner Charsadda Chitral D.I.Khan Hangu Haripur Karak Kohat Kohistan Lakki Low er Dir

2950 160 130 70 140 20 10 350 70 150 250 210 40 270 10 30 220 110 90 10 130 250 20 140 70

20% 32 26 14 28 4 2 70 14 30 50 42 8 54 2 6 44 22 18 2 26 50 4 28 14 1,92,000 1,56,000 84,000 1,68,000 24,000 12,000 4,20,000 84,000 1,80,000 3,00,000 2,52,000 48,000 3,24,000 12,000 36,000 2,64,000 1,32,000 1,08,000 12,000 1,56,000 3,00,000 24,000 1,68,000 84,000 35,40,000

10% 16 13 7 14 2 1 35 7 15 25 21 4 27 1 3 22 11 9 1 13 25 2 14 7 96,000 78,000 42,000 84,000 12,000 6,000 2,10,000 42,000 90,000 1,50,000 1,26,000 24,000 1,62,000 6,000 18,000 1,32,000 66,000 54,000 6,000 78,000 1,50,000 12,000 84,000 42,000

5% 8 7 4 7 1 1 18 4 8 13 11 2 14 1 2 11 6 5 1 7 13 1 7 4 48,000 39,000 21,000 42,000 6,000 3,000 1,05,000 21,000 45,000 75,000 63,000 12,000 81,000 3,000 9,000 66,000 33,000 27,000 3,000 39,000 75,000 6,000 42,000 21,000

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8,85,000

10% 16 13 7 14 2 1 35 7 15 25 21 4 27 1 3 22 11 9 1 13 25 2 14 7 295

80,000 65,000 35,000 70,000 10,000 5,000 1,75,000 35,000 75,000 1,25,000 1,05,000 20,000 1,35,000 5,000 15,000 1,10,000 55,000 45,000 5,000 65,000 1,25,000 10,000 70,000 35,000 14,75,000

5% 8 7 4 7 1 1 18 4 8 13 11 2 14 1 2 11 6 5 1 7 13 1 7 4 148

80,000 65,000 35,000 70,000 10,000 5,000 1,75,000 35,000 75,000 1,25,000 1,05,000 20,000 1,35,000 5,000 15,000 1,10,000 55,000 45,000 5,000 65,000 1,25,000 10,000 70,000 35,000 14,75,000

80 65 35 70 10 5 175 35 75 125 105 20 135 5 15 110 55 45 5 65 125 10 70 35 1475

4,96,000 4,03,000 2,17,000 4,34,000 62,000 31,000 10,85,000 2,17,000 4,65,000 7,75,000 6,51,000 1,24,000 8,37,000 31,000 93,000 6,82,000 3,41,000 2,79,000 31,000 4,03,000 7,75,000 62,000 4,34,000 2,17,000 91,45,000

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Annexure C Cost of Seed & Fertilizer of Wheat, Maize & Gram, Plots to be Laid out
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Annexure D Cost of Vegetable Plots and Fruit Orchards New Or hards to be liad out Total 22,500.00
148 148 296

Year C p Wise P.hect Area to be cropped 2010-11 under the project as demonstration plots 2011-12 (in hectares) Total : Crop wise cost 2010-11 (Rs. I Million) 2011-12 Total :

O 23,900.00 45 45 90 1.076 1.076 2.151

arr 10,500.00 45 45 90 0.473 0.473 0.945

Radish 11,100.00 40 40 80 0.444 0.444 0.888

Cauli flower Cabbage 4,500.00 40 40 80 0.180 0.180 0.360 12,100.00 40 40 80 0.484 0.484 0.968

Tomatto 35,600.00 45 45 90 1.602 1.602 3.204

Peas 16100 40 40 80 0.644 0.644 1.288

443 443 886 8.232 8.232 16.464

3.330 3.330 6.660

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Annexure E

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Publication of 50 copies of each course To be awarded on completion of the course At NIFA/ATI Peshawar etc (travelling/lodging/boarding) for 7 days training programme (50 x 7 = 350) 4 Lectures per day @ Rs. 2000/- p.lecture (seven days training in all five disciplines) Entertainment Charges @ Rs. 250/- p.head. Folders/Activity Sheets/Stationery etc For demonstration / practical training Entomologist(s) would be consulted from time to time Materials to be downloaded from web and its printing etc

Rs. 150 Rs. 50 Rs. 3,000 Rs. 2,000

Rs. 37,500 Rs. 2,500 Rs. 10,50,000 Rs. 56,000 Rs. 87,500 Rs. 2,500 Rs. 5,000 Rs. 10,000 Rs. 5,000 Rs. 20,000 Rs. 5,600 Rs. 13,31,600

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Annexure F 2 Years Cost Summary

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9.153 5.071 5.668 2.801 16.464 0.400 1.332 0.280 42 399

10.525 5.071 5.668 2.801 16.464 42 209

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