सामूहिक तलावाचे प्रकार
लाभार्थी निवडीचे निकष
प्लॅस्टिक फिल्म बसविताना घ्यावयाची काळजी
सामूहिक तलावाचे प्रकार
सामूहीक शेततळे योजनेसाठी लाभार्थी निवडीचे निकष
प्लॅस्टिक फिल्म बसविताना घ्यावयाची काळजी –
सामूहीक शेततळे योजनेसाठी अनुदान वितरित करण्याची पद्धत –
अ) पहिला टप्पा ः मातीकाम
ब) दुसरा टप्पा ः काटेरी तारेचे कुंपण करणे
क) तिसरा टप्पा ः फिल्म अस्तरीकरण करणे
ड) चौथा टप्पा ः शेततळ्यात पाणी भरल्यानंतर
सामूहिक शेततळे तयार करण्यासाठी खर्चाचे मापदंड –
सामूहीक शेततळे योजनेसाठी आवश्यक कागदपत्रे –
Samuhik Shet tale
Types of samuhik shet tale
Beneficiary selection criteria
Care to be taken while installing plastic film
Method of distribution of grants
Expenditure criteria for setting up samuhik shet tale
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Under the National Horticulture Mission, the samuhik shet tale scheme is being implemented on 100 per cent subsidy. There are instructions from the central government to cover the pond with suitable quality plastic film so that water sources are created and stored water is not wasted and stored water is used to sustain orchards in times of water scarcity.
Types of Samuhik Shet Tale –
1) Model no. 1: 2m. Excavation and 3 m. Half Dugout
2) Model no. 2: Fully Dugout
3) Model no. 3: Body Type samuhik shet tale (Bodi Type)
Beneficiaries are expected to use samuhik shet tale water for irrigation of fruit crops.
Beneficiary Selection Criteria for Samuhik Shet tale Scheme :-
The benefit of collective farming is expected to be given priority to small farmers, tribal and backward class farmers.
While implementing the scheme, priority should be given to Scheduled Castes (16 per cent), Scheduled Tribes (8 per cent), Tribals, Women (30 per cent), Small Farmers etc. as per rules.
Beneficiaries should not be from a joint family. They must be from different families. Also their land holding accounts should be independent.
It is mandatory to use high efficiency irrigation system (drip, sprinkler etc.) to use farm water.
Samuhik shet tale will be allotted for the area currently under fruit cultivation in the group.
Preference will be given to farmers who have planted orchards after 2005-06.
Beneficiary group must have orchard cultivation. Future orchards should not be considered.
Samuhik shet tale should be used by two or more beneficiaries.
The location of the collective farm should be close to the benefit area of the orchard, so that the water from the pond can be supplied to the entire orchard area with minimum effort and cost.
A Memorandum of Understanding between the beneficiaries regarding the use of farm water and farm land should be made as per Form-7.
Farmers should enter into an agreement with the government as per Form-8 that the farm will be used in the expected manner.
Care to be taken while installing plastic film –
A special type of plastic film (Reinforced Geo Membrane Film IS: 15351: 2008) should be used properly for lining so that farm water is not wasted in the soil.
Lining is not expected in collective body type farms.
Outline of farm water use should be determined first.
The benefit of collective farming will be given for horticulture crops previously planted by the community.
The film should be anchored from the edge of the field and placed in the entire field in such a way that the film does not slide down due to the weight of water and the water stored in the field does not seep into the soil.
The film should be properly attached to the farm.
The actual excavation is done in excess of the sanctioned capacity. Therefore, the beneficiaries are not willing to pay for the extra film required for lining. Therefore, care should be taken not to dig more than the prescribed size. If the beneficiary wants to acquire large scale farms, the beneficiary should be made aware that he / she will have to incur extra cost for the same.
Method of disbursement of subsidy for collective farm scheme –
A) The first stage: pottery
Within 8 days after completion of earthworks, measurement book along with registration should be sent to the office of the District Superintendent of Agriculture for distribution of grants. 80 per cent of the sanctioned amount of excavation should be disbursed while distributing excavation grants.
B) Second stage: barbed wire fencing
Within 8 days after the completion of the barbed wire fence, it is necessary to send the measurement book along with the registration to the office of the District Superintendent of Agriculture for distribution of the grant. The full amount due for the fence should be paid to the beneficiary while distributing the grant for the barbed wire fence.
C) Third stage: film lining
Within 8 days of the completion of the film lining, the full grant (100 per cent) sanctioned for the matter should be disbursed by recording it in the measurement book.
D) Fourth stage: After filling the field with water
– The remaining 20 per cent of the excavation payable grant is disbursed when the farm is flooded. Grants payable under all the above stages are credited to the collective bank account of the farmer group. M.N.R.E.G.S. It is mandatory for the beneficiaries to install filtration unit in the excavated farm pond.
Expenditure criteria for setting up of samuhik shet tale –
1) Beneficiaries will be allowed to decide the size of collective farm according to the available field conditions. The next three models are to be implemented for collective farming. For this, water storage capacity and subsidy limit will be as follows:
1.1 Half Dugout
Samuhik shet tale should cover a minimum area of land, and the water level in a fully filled farm should be about five meters to minimize evaporation losses due to reduced water circulation.
10,000 cubic meters (Form-5A), 8000 cubic meters (Form-5B), 6000 cubic meters (Form-5A), 5000 cubic meters (Form-5D), 4000 cubic meters (Form-5E), 3000 cubic meters (3000 cubic meters) Form – 5E), 2000 cubic meters (Form – 5F) The depth of the field is assumed to be 1 to 3 meters considering the natural slope for excavation of the farm with storage capacity of cubic meters.
Inlets to collect runoff water for samuhik shet tale, outlets to carry excess water.
Since this type of collective farm is expected to store runoff water, it is necessary to build a filtration tank to prevent runoff from entering the farm. 2x2x2 m to create filtration tank. Make a pit of size to facilitate the flow of water through it. So that the silt in the water stays in the pit and the filtered water goes into the field. Therefore, sludge will not accumulate on the lined plastic sheet.
This type of filtration tank requires 50 to 100 mm thick gravel in the upper layer, 5 to 10 mm thick fine gravel in the middle layer and 2 to 4 mm thick sand in the lowest layer. This filtration tank is expected to cost around Rs 10,000.
Apart from this, it does not matter if the farmer has made other arrangements for filtration. However, care should be taken to ensure that the sludge from the runoff does not enter the samuhik shettale. This type of farm has an estimate of both farm and non-dam samuhik shettale
The water level should be kept at 3.10 m in a fully excavated Samuhik Shettale by storing the carried water.
Body type samuhik shet tale with storage capacity of 2500, 5000, 7500, 10,000, 12,500 and 15,000 cubic meters are required.
The construction of a body type samuhik shet tale is similar to a fully excavated samuhik shet taleHowever, it assumes a maximum depth of one meter from the ground level.
It should be noted that grants are not payable to previously excavated bodies in this campaign.
Plastic sheet lining is not expected for body type samuhik shet tale Therefore, it is not included in the budget.
The height of the embankment in body type should be 1.3 m.
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A water reservoir of suitable capacity should be constructed on the land allotted for the farm by laborers or by using the required machinery.
The area of the farm should be determined according to the storage capacity.
The excavated soil in the proposed site should be leveled and compacted according to the size of the field.
The film to be used for this farm should be HDPE Reinforced Geo Membrane 500 Micron Thickness (IS: 15351: 2008).
Since the excavation, construction, filming etc. of the farm is of technical nature, the farmers should undertake the work under the guidance of an experienced expert in this field.
A solid 3×2 foot text box with complete information about the samuhik shet tale should be placed near the farm.
There should be a ladder of suitable size for descending in the field. However, this is not required in body type samuhik shet tale
Model no. Beneficiaries are required to provide separate water filling facility in the farm of 1. However, water should be diverted naturally for fully excavated farms and body type farms.
In case of overfilling in the collective farm, the excess water should be carried away automatically.
Grants for this component should not be taken under any other government scheme.
After the decision has been taken by the farmers to set up samuhik shet tale, all the members should apply to the Taluka Agriculture Officer of the concerned taluka as per the accompanying Form-1 and request them to provide subsidy for samuhik shet tale. Before applying to the Taluka Agriculture Officer, the farmers should take a trial peat at the area where the samuhik shet tale are to be set up.
Documents required for Collective Farm Scheme –
1. Farmer’s application
2. Excerpts 7/12, 8-A regarding land ownership
3. Mutual agreement on water and land use (Form-7) should be submitted (registered) on stamp paper of Rs. 100 / -.
Farm work should be started as soon as the approval of District Superintendent of Agriculture is received. This work should be completed within three months from the commencement.
The concerned group of farmers should inform the Taluka Agriculture Officer after the completion of the farm work in stages. Thereafter, as per the recommendation of the committee comprising the concerned Taluka Agriculture Officer and the concerned Board Agriculture Officer under the chairmanship of the concerned Sub-Divisional Agriculture Officer, the grant sanctioned up to that stage should be recommended for payment.