Horticulture Nursery Unit
|Sl.No.||Description of Unit||Details|
|1||Year of Establishment||1999|
|2||Size of the unit||80 X 30 feet (2400 Sqft)|
|3||Capacity of Nursery (Plant)||4000 Nos|
|4||No. of Plants distributed to the farmers||162340|
Horticulture Nursery Demo Unit
The horticultural crops are grown in nurseries and then transplanted into the fields.
The nursery improves germination, saves time and labour. Establishing a nursery requires knowledge
of propagation methods and resources such as mother plants, growing media and container.
The location of the nursery should be nutrient rich medium soil, adequate water source, free of soil pathogens and insects and should have road facility for easy transportation.
|Sl.No.||Crops||Qty (Nos)||Propagation types|
|1||Fruit crops||1200||Seed, Grafting, budding, layering, cuttings|
|2||Vegetable crops||1000||Seed (Protray seedlings)|
|3||Ornamental crops||800||Cuttings, bulb, corms.|
Expenditure for start up nursery
|A : One time investment|
|1||Preparation of shade net structure||125000.00|
|B : Yearly investment|
|1||Preparation of nursery media (Sand, vermicompost)||27500.00|
|2||Polybag and protray for seed propagation||12000.00|
|5||Growth regulator for cuttings||4500.00|
|6||Labour charges for grafting||12000.00|