Budget Report

Soil Health Card Project

Sujalam Suflam Yojana

Sujalam Suflam Yojana

Due to the results of soil Health card scheme which explants the manner of cropping based on nature of soil, the farmers have sown crops which morepreviously unknown to them. This unique scheme is a sure way to increase income of the farmers.

The beneficiary farmers of the scheme have earned financial profit at lower cost based on use of fertilizers, pesticides, seeds and balanced use of water provided by the state government.

Soil Health Cards have been provided to 12 lakh 70 thousands farmers of the state till now. It has been envisaged to provide more 5.55 lakh soil health cards to the farmers during the current year. The information of nature of soil will be available to the farmers from computer installed in Gram Panchayats under E-gram project.

  • The scheme will be implemented at the cost of 6,237 crores for additional facility of irrigation in 10 districts ion war footing. The work is being carried out at 73 different places at a time in full swing.
  • On completion of the scheme 4 lakh hectares of more areas will be irrigated. The scheme is being implemented at the cost of 2,900 crores, in which 5 big ponds and Shroli dam will be filed with Narmada water through underground pipe line in 104 km area of Piyaj village of Kadi taluka to Dharoi. 12,000 hectares are benefited by irrigation.
  • Construction of 337 km long canal from Kadana dam of Panchmahal district to Banas river in Banaskantha is nearing completion.

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