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All India Report on

Input Survey 2011-12

AGRICULTURE CENSUS DIVISION


DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, COOPERATION & FARMERS WELFARE
MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE & FARMERS WELFARE
NEW DELHI
2016
All India Report

on

Input Survey 2011-12

(AGRICULTURE CENSUS DIVISION)


DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, COOPERATION & FARMERS WELFARE
MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE & FARMERS WELFARE
NEW DELHI
2016
LIST OF OFFICERS ASSOCIATED WITH THE PREPARATION OF
ALL INDIA REPORT

Ms. Mamta Saxena


Deputy Director General & Agriculture Census
Commissioner
Name Designation
Shri Janardan Yadav Director
Shri Cyriac George Deputy Director
Shri Gurvinder Singh System Analyst
Shri R.L. Mishra Senior Consultant
Shri Hemanga Bhargav Sr. Statistical Officer
Shri Tusar Bordoloi Sr. Statistical Officer
Shri Pankaj Dutt Data Entry Operator Gr. ‘A
Shri Jagdish Tanwar Data Entry Operator Gr. ‘A’

Secretarial Assistance
Shri Anil Kumar Akhria Principal Private Secretary
Smt. Chitra Puri Principal Private Secretary
Kumari Kanika Nagpal Stenographer Gr. ‘D’

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CONTENTS
S.No. Title Page No.
PART-I
1 Foreword
2 Preface
3 Introduction
4 Chapter 1 - Concepts and Definitions 1
5 Chapter 2 - Sampling Design and Estimation Procedure 9
6 Chapter 3 - Analysis of Input Survey data – All India 14
PART - II
Statistical Tables
7 Table 1(a) All India – Distribution of number of 33
holdings, operated area, parcels and
cropped area by major size groups.
8 Table 1(b) All India – Distribution of area cropped 33
once and more than once in irrigated &
unirrigated areas by major size groups
9 Table 2(a) All India – Usage of inputs (Fertilizers, 34
FYM and Pesticides) in All Crops by
major size groups
10 Table 2(b) All India – Usage of inputs (Fertilizers, 35
FYM and Pesticides) in selected crops by
major size groups
11 Table 3 All India – Distribution of livestock held 48
by operational holdings by major size
groups
12 Table 4 All India – Estimated number of 48
operational holdings using agriculture
machinery by major size groups
13 Table 5 All India – Estimated institutional credit 52
taken for agricultural purpose by major
size groups
14 Table 6 All India – Estimated number of 55
operational holdings who used certified
seeds for agricultural purpose
15 Table 7 All India – Estimated number of 56
operational holdings by usual methods of
pest control (IPM)
16 Table 8 All India – Estimated number of 56
operational holdings by educational status
17 Table 9 All India – Estimated average age of 57

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operational holders (years)
18 Table 10 All India – Estimated average size of 57
household of operational holders (No.)
19 Table 1(a) Statewise – Distribution of number of 58
holdings, operated area, parcels and
cropped area by major size groups
20 Table 1(b) Statewise – Distribution of area cropped 67
once and more than once in irrigated &
unirrigated areas by major size groups
21 Table 2(a) Statewise – Usage of inputs (All Crops) – 76
Fertilizers, FYM and Pesticides by major
size groups
22 Table 2(b) Statewise – Usage of inputs (Selected 102
Crops) – Fertilizers, FYM and Pesticides
by major size groups
23 Table 3 Statewise – Distribution of livestock held 341
by operational holdings by major size
groups
24 Table 4 Statewise – Estimated number of 346
operational holdings using agriculture
machinery by major size groups
25 Table 5 Statewise – Estimated institutional credit 418
taken for agricultural purposed by major
size groups
26 Table 6 Statewise – Estimated number of 454
operational holdings who used certified
seeds for agricultural purpose
27 Table 7 Statewise – Estimated number of 478
operational holdings by usual methods of
pest control (IPM)
28 Table 8 Statewise – Estimated number of 490
operational holdings by educational status
29 Table 9 Statewise – Estimated average age of 502
operational holders (years)
30 Table 10 Statewise – Estimated average size of 513
household of operational holders (No.)

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CHAPTER 1
CONCEPTS AND DEFINITIONS
1.1 Operational Holding

1.1.1 Operational holding is defined as ‘all land used wholly or partly for agricultural production
and operated as one technical unit by one person alone or with others, without regard to the title,
legal form, size or location’. The technical unit has been defined as ‘the unit which is under same
management and has same means of production such as labour force, machinery and animals’. In
Agriculture Census/Input Survey the actual cultivator and not the owner is the unit for data
collection.

1.1.2 An operational holding includes both cultivated and uncultivated area. If, for example, an
operational holding consists of four survey numbers out of which one survey number is put to non-
agricultural uses, total area of the operational holding is worked out as aggregate of geographical
area of all four survey numbers. The holding shall exclude Government forest land, Government
waste land and village common grazing land. However, if Government waste land is allotted to an
individual, it will be included in the holding. ‘Abadi Area’ (Residential Area) is completely excluded
from the total area of the holding.

1.1.3 If all the survey numbers of an operational holding are put to non-agricultural uses, it would
not be considered as an operational holding.

1.1.4 If, during the reference year, the entire area of the operational holdings is under current
fallow, this will be considered as an operational holding for Agriculture Census, but no information
can be gathered from such holding in Input Survey. Therefore, such holdings will not be included in
the sampling frame for Input Survey but will be included for preparation of multiplier tables in their
respective size classes. If the entire area of the holding is under old fallow (fallow other than current
fallow), it will also not be considered as an operational holding for Input Survey.

1.1.5 In some cases, where land is divided amongst all members of a family, i.e. between husband,
wife and minor children but cultivation is done by husband as the head of the family, in such cases
entire land may be treated as one operational holding.

1.1.6 There might be cases where in the record, a holding is shown jointly in the names of more
than one co-sharer while in practice the land might be privately divided and the co-sharers are

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independently cultivating. In such cases where there is no dispute, these are treated as many
operational holdings as are the number of independent cultivators.

1.1.7 In some States, in the zamabandi register against a Khata, names of three or four persons are
shown. While from the records it would appear that there is only one holding, but in practice, all the
three or four brothers are actually cultivating the land independently of each other although there is
no legal partition of land. Since de facto status of the holdings is considered from the census point of
view, this would constitute three or four operational holdings and thus these would be separately
listed in the Sampling Frame for Input Survey.

1.1.8 For cultivated areas in State forests, no detailed land records are prepared. In absence of land
records such areas are excluded from the coverage of Agriculture Census purposes and thus will not
be included in Input Survey.

1.2 Parcel
1.2.1 A parcel is all land entirely surrounded by land of other holdings or by land not forming part
of any holding. It may consist of one or more cadastral units, plots or fields.

1.3 Holder or the Operator


1.3.1 A person who holds the responsibility for operation of agricultural holding is defined as
holder or the operator for Agriculture Census proposes. He exercises technical initiative and
responsibility for operation of holding and may have full economic responsibility for it (i.e. as
owner) or share this with others (as a tenant). When two or more persons share jointly (as partners)
the economic and technical responsibility for operation of an agricultural holding, each one of them
is to be considered as a holder if they belong to different households, the holding will be termed as
joint holding. For Input Survey, any one of these could be taken as operational holder and be
approached for giving response to questionnaire.

1.4 Total Area of the Holding


1.4.1 The total area of a holding should include all land forming part of a unit which is under the
same technical responsibility and management. It would also comprise of land occupied by farm
buildings, including house of holder, provided such buildings are within the cultivated area. If farm
buildings are located outside cultivated area and are covered under Abadi Area, then area of such
buildings will not be included in the area of the holding.

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1.5 Agricultural Production


1.5.1 Growing of field crops, fruits, nuts, seeds, tree nurseries (except those of forest trees), bulbs,
vegetables and flowers, plantation crops, fodder, grasses, etc. are treated as agriculture production for
the purpose of Input Survey.

1.5.2 In place where special efforts are made to raise grass, it would be treated as a crop for the
purpose of the survey.

1.6 Land Utilisation


1.6.1 Usually for land records, nine-fold classification of land use is followed by the State
Governments. This has been abridged to six-fold classification for the purpose of Agriculture
Census. For the purpose of Input Survey, this has been further abridged to three categories
comprising net sown area, area under current fallow and area not available for
cultivation/uncultivated area.

Net Area Sown


1.6.2 The Net Area Sown represents the total cultivated area during the reference year without
considering the number of times it has been cultivated in a year. Thus for the purpose of finding the
net sown area, the areas cultivated more than once during the same year will be counted only once.
Both field crops and orchards will form part of the net sown area.

Area under Current Fallow


1.6.3 The areas which are usually cropped but due to some reason or the other were not cultivated
during the reference year are classified as current fallow. Thus the area kept as fallow during the
current year but cultivated during the previous year will be categorized as current fallow. Any
seedling area, if not cropped in the same year, would be treated as current fallow. The area which are
not being cultivated for more than one year will be categorized as old fallow or culturable waste.

Area not Available for Cultivation/Uncultivated Area


1.6.4 This would include the following seven categories :-

i) Fallow land other than current fallow: This would include all land which were taken up
for cultivation but are temporarily out of cultivation for a period of not less than one year
and not more than five years, i.e., equal or greater than one year but less than or equal to
five years. The possible reasons for keeping lands fallow may be one or more of the
following:

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a) Poverty of cultivators,
b) Inadequate supply of water,
c) Malerial climate,
d) Silting of canals and rivers, and
e) Unremunerative nature of farming.

ii) Culturable waste: This includes land available for cultivation, whether or not taken up for
cultivation at any time, but not cultivated during the current year and the last five years or
more in succession for one reason or the other. Such lands may be either fallow or
covered with shrubs and jungles, which are not put to any use. Land once cultivated but
not cultivated afterwards for five years in succession should also be included in this
category at the end of the five years. Culturable waste land belonging to operational
holder would alone be covered for the Input Survey.

iii) Permanent pastures and other grazing land: This should include all grazing land, whether
these are permanent pastures and meadows or not. Village common grazing land shall be
excluded for purposes of Census.

iv) Land under miscellaneous tree crops: This includes all cultivable land not included in the
net area sown but is put to some agricultural use. Land under Casuarina trees, thatching
grasses, bamboo bushes and in other grooves for fuel which are not included under
‘Orchards’, would be covered under this category. Land of this type outside the holdings
will not be included.

v) Forests: This should include all land classified as ‘Forests’ under any legal enactment
dealing with forests or administered as forests, whether State owned or private, and
whether wooded or maintained as potential forest land. The area of crops raised in the
forest and grazing lands or areas open for grazing within the forests should remain
included under the forest area. Only private forests belonging to operational holder
would be covered for the purpose of Agriculture Census and Input Survey.

vi) Area under non-agricultural use: This should include all lands occupied by buildings,
tanks and ponds put to uses other than agricultural purpose within the holdings of
operational holder.

vii) Barren and uncultivated land: This should include all barren and uncultivated land within
operational holding.

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1.7 Integrated Pest Management


1.7.1 Traditionally farmers have been adopting a number of practices for plant protection. These
practices could be categorized in four groups, viz., agronomic and cultural control, mechanical
control, biological control and chemical control. Usually, a specific approach keeping in view crop
variety and agro-climatic conditions is adopted by the farmer for protection of his crops against
insects and pests. The approach may be a combination of methods falling in one or more of the
above four categories. For the best results, the experts advise a judicious combination of these
approaches and label it as Integrated Pest Management (IPM). The components of IPM program are
outline below:

Agronomic and Cultural Practices


1.7.1.1 This is a preventive method which is based upon knowledge of life history and habits of
pest. The practices covered in this category include: deep ploughing after harvesting a crop to expose
the hiding or resting insects, weeding, removing and destroying of stubbles and other trash, adjusting
the time of sowing to avoid peak incidence period of pests, clean cultivation, the removal of
alternative wild hosts, crop rotation and choosing of insect and disease resistant varieties.

Physical and Mechanical Control


1.7.1.2 This is one of the oldest methods and includes measures such as collection of eggs and
caterpillars (in active stages of pests), removal and destruction of infested part of the plant, beating of
drums, laying of night traps and yellow traps. These methods are found effective at initial stage of
the pest incidence when practiced by a large number of farmers in a particular area.

Biological Control
1.7.1.3 Most of the crops have their natural enemies in the form of parasites and predators and
disease causing organisms. Large scale multiplication and liberation of such other agents, which
naturally occur in environment but are enemies of crops results in effective control of the harmful
organisms. These methods are often applied by specialized agencies in conjunction with chemical
methods so that harmful effects of insecticide do not interfere with the activities of nature based
enemies of pests.

Chemical Control
1.7.1.4 This method relates to use of insecticides, pesticides and weedicides, which are used as
dusts, sprays and granules on the crops. Due to their nature of producing immediate results such
chemicals are most popular among the farmers. Serious limitations, particularly those relating to

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residues on crops and destruction of useful insects, have been noted in recent years in usage of these
chemicals.

1.8 Chemical Fertilizers, Organic Manure, Green Manure and Bio-Fertilizers


1.8.1 The package of practices followed for replenishing the nutrient losses from the soil as a result
of cultivation to maintain the fertility of the soil involves use of organic manure, green manure,
chemical fertilizers and bio-fertilizers.

Chemical Fertilizers

1.8.1.1 The term chemical fertilizers refer to chemical compounds which are manufactured in
factories and are used as soil nutrients. These are further classified as “macro nutrients” which
supply nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P) and Potash (K) and “micro nutrient” fertilizers which supply
Zinc, Manganese, Copper, Iron, Aluminium etc. The popular macro nutrient fertilizers are Urea,
Diammonium Phosphate (DAP), Muriate of Phosphate (MOP), Calcium Ammonium Nitrate (CAN)
and a number of complex fertilizers and the physical mixtures of these.

Organic Manure
1.8.1.2 The organic manure is usually not manufactured in chemical factories and is produced by
the farmers in their fields using various types of agricultural wastes. Sometimes these are also
prepared using the sewage silt or municipal waste in urban areas. Organic manure is usually bulky
material and is transported in trolleys. The types of manures covered in this group would be Farm
Yard Manure (FYM), which is prepared by putting agricultural wastes in a pit for decomposition and
composting. This also includes the Vermi Compost. Various forms of oil cakes, which are used as
fertilizers, also fall in this category.

Bio-fertilizers
1.8.1.3 Bio-fertilizers are sold in small packets and they are required to be stored at specified
temperature. These carry some living bacteria on organic base. The examples of bio-fertilizers are
Rhizobium, Azabactor, Blue-green Algae and Phosphate Solubalising Bacteria (PSB). When bio-
fertilizers are put in the soil, the bacteria contained in the fertilizer packet spread in the soil and start
their activity, i.e., fixing the nitrogen from air to soil. Hence bio-fertilizers are not soil nutrients in
themselves, rather they act as catalysts/direct agents for making the soil nutrients available. These
types of fertilizers are not very common among farmers and only some progressive farmers use
them. Also, because of their storage requirements these are not available everywhere.

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Green Manure
1.8.1.4 Green manure refers to cultivation of a specific type of vegetation with the intention of
ploughing it back in the soil when the leaves are tender and easily decomposable. The popular types
of green manure used by the farmers include Sesbania (Dhencha), Sunhemp (Sanai), Indigo, Urd and
Cowpea (lobia). There is also a practice of ploughing back the leafy portion of leguminous crops in
the field after first or second picking for the purpose of green manuring. All such cases will be
counted for the purpose of obtaining area under green manure.

1.9 Seed
1.9.1 Breeder Seed
1.9.1.1 Seed (or vegetative propagating material) increased by the originating, or sponsoring, plant
breeder or institution and which is used as the source for the increase of foundation seed (Pink Tag).

1.9.2 Foundation Seed


1.9.2.1 Seed stocks increased from breeder seed, and so handled as to closely maintain the genetic
identity and purity of a variety. Production of foundation seed is carefully supervised or approved by
representatives of an agricultural experiment station. Foundation seed is the source of certified seed,
either directly or through registered seed (White Tag).

1.9.3 Certified Seed


1.9.3.1 The progeny of foundation, registered or certified seed, produced and handled so as to
maintain satisfactory genetic identity and purity, and approved and certified by an official certifying
agency (Blue Tag).

1.9.4 Hybrid Seed


1.9.4.1 The first generation offspring of a cross between two individuals differing in one or more
genes or progeny of a cross between species of the same genes of different generation.

1.10 Crop-wise Area (Irrigated and Unirrigated)


1.10.1 The following classification has been used for coding of crops for the purpose of Agriculture
Census and Input Survey.

(i) FOOD CROPS: This includes cereals, pulses, fruits, vegetables, spices and condiments
and other food crops which are enumerated below:

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Cereals: Cereals include rice, jowar, bajra, maize, ragi, wheat, small millets, barley and
other cereals.

Pulses: The area under important pulses may be given cropwise. Pulses include gram,
tur, urad, moong, masur and other pulses.

Foodgrains: The total area under foodgrains includes area covered under both cereals
and pulses.

Fruits: Fruits include mangoes, citrus fruits, bananas, apples, guavas, grapes,
pomegranate, papayas and others. Dried fruits include cashewnuts, almonds, pistachio,
walnut and others. Total fruits include fruits as well as nuts (dried fruits).

Vegetables: Vegetables include potato, carrot, sweet potato, tomato, spinach, brinjal,
cauliflower, etc.

Spices & Condiments: Spices and condiments include black pepper, chillies, ginger,
turmeric, cardamom, betelnuts (arecanuts), garlic, coriander etc.

(ii) NON-FOOD CROPS: These include oilseeds, fibres, dyes and tanning material, drugs
and narcotics, plantation crops, fodder crops, green manure crops etc.

Oilseeds: Include groundnut (nuts in shell), castor seed, seasamum, rapeseed and
mustard, linseed, coconut, niger-seed, safflower seed, cotton seed and other oilseeds.

Fibres: Fibres include cotton (Lint), cotton (Kapas), jute mesta, sunhemp (fibre) and
other fibres.
Dyes & Tanning Materials: Include Indigo and others.
Drugs & Narcotics: Include opium, tobacco and others.
Plantation Crops: Include tea, coffee, rubber and others.
Fodder Crops: Include guar, oats, and other fodder crops.

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CHAPTER 2
SAMPLING DESIGN AND ESTIMATION PROCEDURE
2.1 Objective
2.1.1 The primary objective of the Survey is to provide information on levels of consumption of
various inputs like chemical fertilizers, farm yard manure/compost, pesticides, agricultural
implements and machinery, livestock and agricultural credit etc. by major size groups of holdings.
Information is also collected on the extent of scatteredness of holdings. In this survey, the data were
collected for the five major size groups of operational holdings, viz., marginal (below 1 ha.), small (1
- 2 ha.), semi-medium (2 - 4 ha.), medium (4 – 10 ha.) and large (10 ha. and above).

2.2 Coverage
2.2.1 Institutional holdings are excluded from the scope of Input Survey, i.e., only individual and
joint holdings are covered. In addition, resident cultivators of urban areas and deemed resident
cultivators of selected villages were kept out of purview of Input Survey 2011-12. Thus, only
resident cultivators of selected villages in rural areas were covered except in Kerala and Puducherry
where urban wards were also included. However, during Input Survey 2011-12 entire country was
covered.

2.3 Unit of collection of data


2.3.1 The basic unit for which data for various parameters of Input Survey were collected, was
‘operational holding’ as distinct from ‘ownership holding’.

2.4 Reference Period


2.4.1 The reference period for this survey was the agricultural year 2011-12 (July, 2011 to June,
2012). The data was normally collected in two visits separately for kharif and rabi seasons of
2011-12 immediately after the agricultural operations for kharif and rabi were over in order to
minimize reporting-error on account of recall lapse while providing information to field staff at the
time of collection of data.

2.5 Sampling Design


2.5.1 As stated above, Input Survey relates to the collection of data on application of various inputs
such as fertilizers, manures, pesticides etc. in cultivation of different food and non-food crops as also
on multiple cropping, uses of agricultural machinery and implements, livestock, agricultural credit,
seeds, etc.

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2.5.2 A stratified two-stage sampling design was adopted for Input Survey 2011-12. Tehsils / CD
Blocks constituted the strata, villages within the stratum formed first stage and the operational
holdings in the selected villages constituted the second stage unit. Thus, in each block / tehsil, the
sampling was performed at two stages - a sample of villages and sample of operational holdings in
the sample villages. The ultimate sampling unit was an operational holding.

2.6 Sample Size and Methodology


2.6.1 Seven percent villages in each State were covered for Input Survey 2011-12. These 7 percent
villages were selected randomly out of 20 percent villages already selected for Phase-II of
Agriculture Census 2010-11 for purpose of preparation of sampling frame. In selected villages,
operational holdings were grouped into following five size-groups of operational holdings:-

Sl.No. Operated area Size-group of holding


i Below 1 ha. Marginal
ii 1 ha. and above but below 2 ha. Small
iii 2 ha. and above but below 4 ha. Semi-medium
iv 4 ha. and above but below 10 ha. and Medium
v 10 ha. and above. Large
2.6.2 Four operational holdings were selected from each of the above mentioned five size groups of
operational holdings. The selection was made separately from each of these size groups following
Sample Random Sampling method. If in a particular size group, the total number of operational
holdings were less than 4, all the holdings of that size group were covered. The data for Input Survey
was collected through field enquiries from these selected operational holders of sampled villages.

2.6.3 The estimates of Input Survey Characteristics were generated at district level. In case State
Governments desire to have the estimates for any administrative Unit smaller than a district, they
were free to do so, provided the sampled observations in respect of various characteristics were
considered adequate to get reliable estimates at the level of these administrative Units. The district
level estimates were pooled to arrive at State level estimates, which were further pooled to get all
India estimates.

2.6.4 For rabi survey, enumerators would cover the same operational holdings which were covered
in kharif season. In case the size of selected holdings changed during the reference period, the area
reported in kharif season was taken as standard. Further, if a particular holding say X in the size
group 1 to 2.0 ha. (small holding) was divided into smaller holdings in such a way that the adjoining
sub-divided holdings belonged to different size classes (marginal holding), the enumerator would

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select another holding randomly from the same size group of 1 to 2.0 ha. in place of holding X. After
that, the required information for rabi season as well as kharif would be collected for that area of
kharif. On the contrary, if the size of group of the holding changed upwards due to acquiring of
additional area by operational holder, then the area of holding reported in kharif was taken as
standard. The information in kharif, rabi and jaid was related to the original area and the information
in respect of additional area was ignored completely for purpose of Input Survey.

2.7 Unit of Enumeration


2.7.1 Data was collected in respect of operational holding, which is defined as “all land which is
used wholly or partly for agricultural production and is operated as one technical unit by one person
alone or with others, without regard to the title, legal form, size or location”. The technical unit has
been defined as “the unit which is under the same management and has the same means of
production such as labour force, machinery and animals”. Thus, actual cultivator and not the owner
is the unit for collection of data in Input Survey.

2.8 Item Coverage


2.8.1 Under Input Survey, information was collected for five major size groups of operational
holdings on the following items:-

i) Number of parcels;
ii) Multiple cropping, separately for irrigated and unirrigated area;
iii) Use of chemical fertilizers, organic manures, pesticides, bio-fertilizers and green manure
separately for irrigated and unirrigated areas under major crops (area covered and quantity
used);
iv) Livestock (Numbers);
v) Usage of agricultural machinery and implements;
vi) Agricultural credit;
vii) Seeds;
viii) Integrated Pest management (IPM); and
ix) Age, size of household and educational level of operational holders.
2.9 Identification of Sample Villages
2.9.1 The number of villages covered for the Input Survey 2011-12 was 7 percent of total number
of villages in the State. These villages were randomly selected with the Taluk/CD Block as the
stratum from out of 20 percent (TRS) villages already selected for Agriculture Census 2010-11.

2.9.2 In cases, some uninhabited villages got selected in the sample for Input Survey, such villages
were substituted. At the time of estimation, however, the uninhabited villages were included in the
total number of villages for arriving at multiplication factor.

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2.10 Estimation Procedure


2.10.1 For estimating the population totals of various characteristics in the Input Survey 2006-07
‘simple unbiased estimate’ method was adopted which is described below:

The notations used are as under:

1. Yijp ( k ) - Value of characteristic in the pth holding of jth village of the ithTaluk/CD Block

(i.e. the stratum) in the particular size class (say kth).

2. N ij ( k ) - Total number of holdings in the kth size class in the jth selected village of the ith

taluk.

3. nij ( k ) - Number of holdings sampled in the kth size class in the jth selected village of ith

taluk.

4. N i - Total number of villages in the ith Taluk.

5. ni - Number of villages selected in the ith taluk for collection of data on inputs.

^
6. Y Ti (k ) - Estimate of characteristic under study for the ith taluk in kth size class.

7. Y D (k ) - Estimate of characteristic under study for the district in kth size class.

8. M - Number of talukas in the district.

Then the estimate of the characteristic under study for the ith taluk/CD Block (i.e. stratum) in
the k-th size class is given by the formula:-

n N (k ) n (k )

(k ) = N ∑
^ ij

∑Y
i
i ij
Y Ti ijp
(k ) ……...(i)
=i j 1=n n (k )
ij p 1

and for the district, it becomes:-

n N (k ) n (k )

(k ) = ∑ N ∑
^ M ij

∑Y
i
i ij
YD (k )
ijp ….(ii)
=i 1 = n n (k )
i j 1 ij =p 1

M ^
= ∑Y
i =1
Ti (k )

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The sampling error for the characteristic under study for the district is defined as the positive square
root of the sample variance. The formula for the variance is given by


(y ) ..(iii)
^  ni
V Y D (k )  ∑ N i N i n i ∑
^ M 2
= − yi
=   i 1= n i ( n i − 1) j 1 ij

N (k ) n ij
(k )

where y = ∑Y ij
ijp
(k ) …………….(iv)
n (k )
ij
ij p =1

1 ni
and yi = ∑y ………………………….(v)
n i j =1
ij

2.11 Limitations of Data

2.11.1 Institutional holdings were not covered in the Input Survey.

2.11.2 The Input Survey 2011-12 was confined only to the resident cultivators of selected villages.
The resident cultivators of urban areas were not covered in the Input Survey except in case of Kerala
and Puducherry where urban wards were also covered.

2.11.3 An operational holding may be treated wholly, partly or not treated at all with
fertilizers/organic manures/ pesticides etc. For the purpose of the survey, holdings were classified
only as treated or not treated with fertilizers/organic manures /pesticides etc. Accordingly, partly
treated holdings were also considered as treated with fertilizer.

2.11.4 The ‘Purely Current Fallow’ holdings have not been included in the sampled holdings of
Input Survey for data collection but such holdings were included in the total number of holdings for
estimation purpose.

2.11.5 Input Survey 2011-12 was conducted in all States/UTs.

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CHAPTER 3
ANALYSIS OF INPUT SURVEY DATA – ALL INDIA
DISPERSAL OF OPERATIONAL HOLDINGS
3.1 Distribution of Operational Holdings and Operated Area
3.1.1 According to Input Survey 2011-12, number of operational holdings was estimated at 138.11
million with operated area of 157.61 million hectares (excluding Institutional holdings).

3.2 Dispersal of Operational Holdings


3.2.1 An operational holding may consist of one or more than one parcel. The more the number of
parcels, the more scattered would be the operational holding. All the parcels comprising an
operational holding may lie within the village of residence of the holder or be spread over one or
more villages.

3.2.2 A parcel is defined as “all land entirely surrounded by land of other holdings or land not
forming part of any holding”. It may consist of one or more cadastral units or fields and may not be
synonymous with survey number. Three or four adjoining survey numbers could make one parcel
but two survey numbers of same village, not adjacent to each other, would make two parcels.

3.2.3 The data on number of parcels was collected by interviewing the selected operational holders
with a view to collect information about the dispersal of operational holdings in different parts of the
country. However, the outer limit for collecting the information in Input Survey was restricted to
district. Since an operational holding will have at least one parcel, the average number of parcels per
operational holding cannot be less than one. The distribution of average number of parcels, average
area per parcel and average area per holding in different size groups of holdings as per Input Survey
2011-12, may be seen in Table 3.1.

Table 3.1: Average number of parcels, average area per parcel and area per holding
No. of parcels per
Sl. Area per parcel (in ha.) Area per holding (in ha.)
Size Groups holding
No.
2006-07 2011-12 2006-07 2011-12 2006-07 2011-12
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 Marginal (Below 1.0 ha.) 1.64 1.63 0.26 0.25 0.42 0.40
2 Small (1.0 – 2.0 ha.) 2.63 2.34 0.54 0.60 1.42 1.41
3 Semi-medium (2.0 – 4.0 ha.) 3.46 2.98 0.79 0.91 2.72 2.69
4 Medium (4.0 – 10.0 ha.) 4.46 3.79 1.30 1.50 5.78 5.70
5 Large (10.0 ha. and above) 5.61 5.06 2.78 3.06 15.57 15.46
All size groups 2.22 2.01 0.59 0.57 1.30 1.14

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3.2.4 The average number of


parcels per holding in 2011-12
was estimated at 2.01 as
compared to 2.22 in 2006-07.
This shows that the number of
parcels per holding had
decreased. The number of parcels
per holdings for marginal, small,
semi-medium, medium and large
holdings for 2011-12 was 1.63,
2.34, 2.98, 3.79 and 5.06,
respectively against corresponding figures of 1.64, 2.63, 3.46, 4.46 and 5.61 of Input Survey
2006-07. The graphical
presentation of average number of
parcels per holding is given in
Figure 3.1(a).

3.2.5 The average area per


parcel was 0.57 hectare during
2011-12 against 0.59 hectare in
2006-07. The corresponding
figures for marginal, small, semi-
medium, medium and large holdings in 2011-12 had been found as 0.25, 0.60, 0.91, 1.50 and 3.06
respectively as compared to 0.26, 0.54, 0.79, 1.30 and 2.78 in 2006-07. The graphical presentation is
given in Figure 3.1(b).

3.2.6 The average operated area


per holding was 1.14 hectare in
2011-12 against 1.30 hectare in
2006-07, showing a decrease of
12.31%. A marginal decline of
4.76, 0.70, 1.10, 1.38 and 0.70 was
observed in all the size groups i.e.
marginal, small, semi-medium,

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medium and large respectively. The graphical presentation of average operated area is given in
Figure 3.1(c).

MULTIPLE CROPPING

3.3 Extent of Multiple Cropping

3.3.1 There are mainly two cropping seasons in the country in a year viz., Kharif and Rabi. The
Kharif season is normally spread from May to mid-October and the Rabi from mid-October to mid-
April. A cultivator may raise two crops on his operational holding during the agriculture year - one in
Kharif season and another in Rabi season. In some States during the period from May to April, more
than two crops are grown. In such cases, the cultivator is said to have cropped his land twice or more
and gross cropped area would be twice or more of the net area sown depending upon the number of
times the crops have been taken. For example, when a cultivator raises three crops during the year,
gross cropped area would be three times that of net sown area.

3.3.2 The net area sown as per Input Survey 2011-12 was 139.65 million hectares out of which
65.3 percent was cropped once, 33.5 percent was cropped twice and only 1.2 percent was cropped
more than twice. Size-groupwise distribution of net area sown may be seen in Table 3.2. In 2011-12,
45.2 percent of net irrigated area was cropped once while 52.2 percent was cropped twice. The net
irrigated area cropped more than twice accounted for only 2.5 percent (Table 3.3). Similarly, out of
the net unirrigated area of 75.30 million hectares, 82.42 percent was cropped once while remaining
17.58 percent was cropped more than once.

3.3.3 The percentage distribution of Net Sown Area according to cropped once, cropped twice and
cropped more than twice is given in Table 3.2.

Table 3.2: Distribution of Net Sown Area according to number of crops taken

Sl. Net sown area (in '000 ha.)


Size Groups
No. Once Twice More than twice
1 2 3 4 5
1 Marginal (Below 1.0 ha.) 20989 (62.2) 12063 (35.8) 676 (2.0)
2 Small (1.0 – 2.0 ha.) 21173 (66.8) 10070 (31.8) 439 (1.4)
3 Semi-medium (2.0 – 4.0 ha.) 22235 (66.7) 10792 (32.4) 296 (0.9)
4 Medium (4.0 – 10.0 ha.) 18866 (65.1) 9932 (34.3) 176 (0.6)
5 Large (10.0 ha. and above) 7912 (66.3) 3985 (33.4) 45 (0.4)
All size groups 91176 (65.3) 46842 (33.5) 1631 (1.2)
Note: (1) Total may not tally due to rounding off. (2) Figures in brackets are percentages.

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Table 3.3: Distribution of Net Irrigated Area according to number of crops taken

Sl. Net irrigated area cropped (in '000 ha.)


Size Groups
No. Once Twice More than twice
1 2 3 4 5
1 Marginal (Below 1.0 ha.) 7473 (43.8) 8929 (52.3) 676 (4.0)
2 Small (1.0 – 2.0 ha.) 6960 (48.8) 6866 (48.1) 439 (3.1)
3 Semi-medium (2.0 – 4.0 ha.) 7271 (48.2) 7508 (49.8) 296 (2.0)
4 Medium (4.0 – 10.0 ha.) 5686 (43.1) 7331 (55.6) 176 (1.3)
5 Large (10.0 ha. and above) 1728 (36.4) 2968 (62.6) 45 (0.9)
All size groups 29118 (45.2) 33602 (52.2) 1631 (2.5)
Note: (1) Total may not tally due to rounding off. (2) Figures in brackets are percentages.

3.3.4 In a total of 139.65 million hectares of net area sown, only 34.71 percent was utilized for
growing crops more than once while bulk of area of about 65.29 percent was cropped only once
during the year. The practice of cropping area more than once was more prevalent among marginal
and small holdings than in higher size class as percentage of net area sown cropped more than once
for different categories of holdings worked out to 37.8 percent for marginal, 33.2 percent for small,
33.3 percent for semi-medium, 34.9 percent for medium and 33.8 percent for large.

3.4 Cropping Intensity

3.4.1 As per Input Survey 2011-12, cropping intensity at all India level was estimated at 135.88
which matches closely with the figure of 137.15 percent estimated through Agriculture Census
2010-11. It may be noted that cropping intensity for preceding Input Survey was estimated at 130.32
percent.

3.5 Cropping Pattern

3.5.1 A set of crops was identified for each State/UT for collection of data on inputs in the Survey.
These crops were selected on the basis of their importance in each State depending upon the
percentage of cropped area in relation to gross cropped area. A crop which may be important in one
State may not be so for some other State and were so put under ‘other crops’ in case of latter States.
Consequently, the total area of a particular crop at all India level may not reflect the factual position
owing to its possibility of having been merged under ‘other crops’ in some State. Thus, the area
under a particular crop reflects the area in major growing States. With this limitation, data on major
crops, viz. Paddy, Jowar, Bajra, Maize, Wheat, Tur (Arhar), Sugarcane, Groundnut and Cotton have
been presented separately for the purpose of analysis. The area of remaining crops has been
categorized under ‘other crops’. Thus the total of all these nine crops aggregated with ‘other crops’
would form the total for ‘all crops’.

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Table 3.4(a): Share of Major Crops in Irrigated and Unirrigated areas for various Size Group of Holdings

3.5.2
(Area in '000 ha.)
Sl. Size Groups Paddy Jowar Bajra Maize Wheat Tur (Arhar) Sugarcane Groundnut Cotton Other Crops All Crops
No. Irrigated UnirrigatedIrrigated Unirrigated Irrigated Unirrigated Irrigated Unirrigated Irrigated Unirrigated Irrigated Unirrigated Irrigated Unirrigated Irrigated Unirrigated Irrigated Unirrigated Irrigated Unirrigated Irrigated Unirrigated
1 Marginal 10818 6998 105 1058 223 992 514 2815 6822 744 28 546 993 54 125 514 695 1341 3686 8071 24008 23134
(45.1) (30.3) (0.4) (4.6) (0.9) (4.3) (2.1) (12.2) (28.4) (3.2) (0.1) (2.4) (4.1) (0.2) (0.5) (2.2) (2.9) (5.8) (15.4) (34.9) (100.0) (100.0)
2 Small 6742 4807 147 1588 174 1084 458 2181 5246 654 33 985 1147 75 189 662 1263 2294 3575 9325 18975 23655
(35.5) (20.3) (0.8) (6.7) (0.9) (4.6) (2.4) (9.2) (27.6) (2.8) (0.2) (4.2) (6.0) (0.3) (1.0) (2.8) (6.7) (9.7) (18.8) (39.4) (100.0) (100.0)
3 Semi-medium 5913 4168 142 1627 223 1453 441 2069 6203 703 57 1093 1135 75 222 679 1692 2457 3896 10455 19925 24780
(29.7) (16.8) (0.7) (6.6) (1.1) (5.9) (2.2) (8.4) (31.1) (2.8) (0.3) (4.4) (5.7) (0.3) (1.1) (2.7) (8.5) (9.9) (19.6) (42.2) (100.0) (100.0)
4 Medium 4496 2523 114 1147 223 1918 335 1433 6050 565 37 853 681 49 232 445 1680 1730 4241 10506 18090 21169
(24.9) (11.9) (0.6) (5.4) (1.2) (9.1) (1.9) (6.8) (33.4) (2.7) (0.2) (4.0) (3.8) (0.2) (1.3) (2.1) (9.3) (8.2) (23.4) (49.6) (100.0) (100.0)
5 Large 1509 693 28 299 106 1600 98 360 2384 264 6 232 149 7 127 126 566 306 2026 5131 6999 9019
(21.6) (7.7) (0.4) (3.3) (1.5) (17.7) (1.4) (4.0) (34.1) (2.9) (0.1) (2.6) (2.1) (0.1) (1.8) (1.4) (8.1) (3.4) (28.9) (56.9) (100.0) (100.0)
6 All Size Groups 29479 19190 537 5719 949 7047 1846 8858 26706 2930 161 3710 4105 260 894 2426 5897 8128 17424 43489 87997 101757
(33.5) (18.9) (0.6) (5.6) (1.1) (6.9) (2.1) (8.7) (30.3) (2.9) (0.2) (3.6) (4.7) (0.3) (1.0) (2.4) (6.7) (8.0) (19.8) (42.7) (100.0) (100.0)
Note: (1) Figure in brackets are percentages. (2) Total may not tally due to rounding off.

Table 3.4(b): Share of Various Size Groups of Holdings in Irrigated and Unirrigated areas under various crops
(Area in '000 ha.)
Sl. Size Groups Paddy Jowar Bajra Maize Wheat Tur (Arhar) Sugarcane Groundnut Cotton Other Crops All Crops
No. Irrigated UnirrigatedIrrigated Unirrigated Irrigated Unirrigated Irrigated Unirrigated Irrigated Unirrigated Irrigated Unirrigated Irrigated Unirrigated Irrigated Unirrigated Irrigated Unirrigated Irrigated Unirrigated Irrigated Unirrigated

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1 Marginal 10818 6998 105 1058 223 992 514 2815 6822 744 28 546 993 54 125 514 695 1341 3686 8071 24008 23134
(36.7) (36.5) (19.5) (18.5) (23.5) (14.1) (27.8) (31.8) (25.5) (25.4) (17.1) (14.7) (24.2) (20.9) (14.0) (21.2) (11.8) (16.5) (21.2) (18.6) (27.3) (22.7)
2 Small 6742 4807 147 1588 174 1084 458 2181 5246 654 33 985 1147 75 189 662 1263 2294 3575 9325 18975 23655
(22.9) (25.1) (27.5) (27.8) (18.3) (15.4) (24.8) (24.6) (19.6) (22.3) (20.6) (26.5) (28.0) (28.9) (21.1) (27.3) (21.4) (28.2) (20.5) (21.4) (21.6) (23.2)
3 Semi-medium 5913 4168 142 1627 223 1453 441 2069 6203 703 57 1093 1135 75 222 679 1692 2457 3896 10455 19925 24780
(20.1) (21.7) (26.5) (28.4) (23.5) (20.6) (23.9) (23.4) (23.2) (24.0) (35.5) (29.5) (27.6) (28.8) (24.8) (28.0) (28.7) (30.2) (22.4) (24.0) (22.6) (24.4)
4 Medium 4496 2523 114 1147 223 1918 335 1433 6050 565 37 853 681 49 232 445 1680 1730 4241 10506 18090 21169
(15.3) (13.1) (21.2) (20.1) (23.5) (27.2) (18.2) (16.2) (22.7) (19.3) (23.0) (23.0) (16.6) (18.8) (25.9) (18.3) (28.5) (21.3) (24.3) (24.2) (20.6) (20.8)
5 Large 1509 693 28 299 106 1600 98 360 2384 264 6 232 149 7 127 126 566 306 2026 5131 6999 9019
(5.1) (3.6) (5.3) (5.2) (11.2) (22.7) (5.3) (4.1) (8.9) (9.0) (3.7) (6.2) (3.6) (2.5) (14.3) (5.2) (9.6) (3.8) (11.6) (11.8) (8.0) (8.9)
6 All Size Groups 29479 19190 537 5719 949 7047 1846 8858 26706 2930 161 3710 4105 260 894 2426 5897 8128 17424 43489 87997 101757
(100.0) (100.0) (100.0) (100.0) (100.0) (100.0) (100.0) (100.0) (100.0) (100.0) (100.0) (100.0) (100.0) (100.0) (100.0) (100.0) (100.0) (100.0) (100.0) (100.0) (100.0) (100.0)
Note: (1) Figure in brackets are percentages. (2) Total may not tally due to rounding off.

From percentage distribution of gross cropped area among various crops (Table 3.4(a)), it
may be seen that about 80.2 percent of gross irrigated area and 53.3 percent of gross unirrigated area
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was covered by nine principal crops.


Under gross irrigated area, paddy was
the most dominant crop
having a share of 33.5 percent
followed by wheat (30.3 percent),
cotton (6.7 percent), sugarcane (4.7
percent) etc. In case of gross
unirrigated area also, paddy
accounted for the highest share of
18.9 percent followed by maize (8.7
percent), cotton (8.0 percent), bajra
(6.9 percent), jowar (5.6 percent), tur
(3.6 percent), wheat (2.9 percent) and
groundnut (2.4 percent). The
percentage share of major crops in
irrigated and unirrigated areas are
given in Table 3.2(a) and Table
3.2(b) respectively.

3.5.3 In 88.00 million hectares of gross irrigated area (all crops) in the country (Table 3.4(b)), the
share of marginal holdings was the highest, i.e., 27.3 percent followed by semi-medium (22.6
percent), small (21.6 percent) and medium (20.6 percent) and large (8.0 percent). The percentage of
gross unirrigated area was the highest for semi-medium holdings (24.4 percent) followed by small
(23.2 percent), marginal (22.7 percent), medium (20.8 percent) and large holdings (8.9 percent).

3.5.4 The graphical presentations of gross irrigated and gross unirrigated areas under various crops
in different size groups of holdings may be seen in Figures 3.3(a) to 3.3(j).

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CROPWISE USE OF INPUTS

3.6 Application of Chemical Fertilizer, Farm Yard Manure and Pesticides in Irrigated and
Unirrigated Areas
3.6.1 Chemical fertilizers are used to increase agricultural production and pesticides are used to
protect the crops from insects and pests. Besides chemical fertilizers, organic manure is also used to
raise the soil fertility. The most commonly used chemical fertilizers are Urea, Di-Ammonium
Phosphate, Super Phosphate, Potash, complex fertilizers, fertilizer mixture and micronutrient
fertilizers like Ammonium Sulphate etc. On the other hand, Farm Yard Manure (FYM)/compost and
oil cakes are the most common organic manures in use by the cultivators. Input Survey data was
collected separately for both the under High Yielding Varieties (HYV) and ‘Others’ and use of
fertilizers separately for different categories. Normally, the first dose of fertilizer is given at the
sowing stage and subsequently a few more applications are given to the crop. Thus, the same area
may receive one or more application of fertilizers but for the purpose of estimation of area of usage
of fertilizer, only net area under the crop in a particular season has been taken into account.

3.6.2 Input data was collected in each State and Union Territory for different crops. The crops
grown differ from State to State and not all crops are common in all the States and Union Territories.
Further area covered in selected crops in each State and Union Territory need not be the same as the
total cropped area, as other minor crops are also grown by the cultivators.
3.7 Percentage of Irrigated and Unirrigated Areas Treated with Chemical Fertilizers, Farm
Yard Manure and Pesticides
3.7.1 Table 3.5 gives percentage of irrigated and unirrigated areas treated with chemical fertilizers,
FYM and pesticides to the corresponding gross cropped area under ‘all crops’ at All India level.

Table 3.5: Percentage of Irrigated and Unirrigated Areas Treated with Chemical Fertilizers, FYM and Pesticides
for ‘All Crops’
Percentage of irrigated area treated Percentage of unirrigated area
with treated with
Sl.
Size Groups Farm Farm
No. Chemical Chemical
Yard Pesticides Yard Pesticides
Fertilizers Fertilizers
Manures Manures
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 Marginal (below 1.0 ha.) 89.2 19.6 43.4 65.8 28.2 35.9
2 Small (1.0 - 1.99 ha.) 89.4 20.6 46.9 69.5 24.7 42.5
3 Semi-medium (2.0 - 3.99 ha.) 89.9 18.2 48.8 67.9 22.1 42.3
4 Medium (4.0 - 9.99 ha.) 90.3 15.8 53.5 60.2 18.6 38.9
5 Large (10.0 ha. and above 91.0 13.7 58.9 41.5 14.3 32.4
All Size Groups 89.8 18.2 48.7 63.9 22.7 39.3

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3.7.2 It may be seen that 89.8 percent of gross irrigated area and 63.9 percent of gross unirrigated
area were treated with different chemical fertilizers. Similarly, about 18.2 percent of gross irrigated
area and 22.7 percent of gross unirrigated area were treated with FYM. In case of pesticides 48.7
percent of gross irrigated area and 39.3 percent of gross unirrigated area were treated with pesticides.

3.7.3 The use of chemical fertilizers was observed to be higher in irrigated area than in unirrigated
area as out of an area of 143.98 million hectare, 54.85 percent area under irrigation and 45.15 percent
without irrigation was treated with fertilizer.

3.7.4 The percentage of irrigated area treated with FYM was highest in case of small holdings
(20.6) followed by marginal (19.6), semi-medium (18.2), medium (15.8) and large (13.7). In case of
unirrigated area also, percentage of area treated with FYM for marginal holdings was highest (28.2
percent) followed by small (24.7 percent), semi-medium (22.1 percent), medium (18.6 percent) and
large (14.3 percent).

3.7.5 In case of use of pesticides, percentage of irrigated area treated with pesticides was highest
in large holdings (58.9) followed by medium (53.5), semi-medium (48.8), small (46.9) and marginal
holdings (43.4). Thus, use of pesticides in irrigated area increased with increase in size of holdings.
The corresponding figure in unirrigated area was highest (42.5 percent) in small category followed
by semi-medium (42.3 percent), medium (38.9 percent), marginal (35.9 percent) and large holdings
(32.4 percent).

3.8 Rate of application of Fertilizer Nutrient (N,P,K) and FYM in Irrigated and
Unirrigated Areas
All Crops
3.8.1 Table 3.6 gives break-up of rate of application of nutrients, viz., Nitrogen(N), Phosphate(P)
and Potash(K) and FYM for ‘all crops’ in irrigated and unirrigated areas. The data has been
computed from estimated consumption of various types of fertilizers by operational holders, by
taking into account nutrient content in each type of fertilizer. The rate of application of nutrients, like
N,P,K and FYM has been calculated by dividing the quantity of each nutrient, i.e., N,P,K and FYM
consumed by corresponding gross irrigated and unirrigated areas treated with fertilizer/manure for
irrigated and unirrigated areas separately.
Table 3.6: Rate of Application of Fertilizer Nutrients (N,P,K) and FYM in Irrigated and Unirrigated Areas in All Crops
(Kgs/hectare)
Sl. N P K FYM
Size Groups
No. Irrigated Unirrigated Irrigated Unirrigated Irrigated Unirrigated Irrigated Unirrigated
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1 Marginal (below 1.0 ha.) 174.4 119.9 73.0 50.8 30.9 22.3 4831.0 3720.3

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Sl. N P K FYM
Size Groups
No. Irrigated Unirrigated Irrigated Unirrigated Irrigated Unirrigated Irrigated Unirrigated
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
2 Small (1.0 - 1.99 ha.) 118.3 76.3 58.5 39.2 26.0 14.0 4079.2 2992.8
3 Semi-medium (2.0 - 3.99 ha.) 110.6 62.3 52.8 34.6 19.0 10.9 4054.0 2575.3
4 Medium (4.0 - 9.99 ha.) 106.2 52.7 48.0 30.6 13.0 8.6 3873.4 2174.6
5 Large (10.0 ha. and above 114.6 44.0 44.3 25.3 8.5 8.4 3372.7 1944.3
All Size Groups 128.9 76.4 57.8 38.3 21.6 13.7 4214.7 2901.2

3.8.2 The use of N for ‘all crops’ at All India level was 128.9 kg./ha. in irrigated area against
76.4 kg./ha. in unirrigated area. The corresponding rate of consumption for marginal, small, semi-
medium, medium and large holdings in irrigated area were 174.4, 118.3, 110.6, 106.2 and 114.6
(kg./ha.) against 119.9, 76.3, 62.3, 52.7 and 44.0 (kg./ha.) in unirrigated area. This indicates that the
rate of application of N (kg./ha.) was higher in irrigated area as compared to unirrigated area.

3.8.3 The use of P at all India level in irrigated area was 57.8 kg./ha. against 38.3 kg./ha. in
unirrigated area. Its use (kg./ha.) in irrigated area was the highest (73.0) in marginal holdings
followed by small (58.5), semi-medium (52.8), medium (48.0) and large holdings (44.3). The rate of
application (kg./ha.) in unirrigated area under various categories of holdings was 50.8 (marginal),
39.2 (small), 34.6 (semi-medium), 30.6 (medium) and 25.3 (large), showing similar pattern as
observed in case of application of N except large irrigated holdings.

3.8.4 The use of Potash (K) was 21.6 kg./ha. in irrigated area against 13.7 kg./ha. in unirrigated
area. The use of K in irrigated as well as unirrigated areas had decreased with increase in size of
holdings. In general, as observed in Table 3.6, the rate of application of Fertilizer Nutrients (N,P,K)
is comparatively high in smaller holdings.

3.8.5 The use of FYM in irrigated area was 4214.7 kg./ha. against 2901.2 kg./ha. in unirrigated
area. The use (kg./ha.) of FYM in irrigated area over various size-groups of holdings was more than
the corresponding figures in unirrigated area. The use of FYM had decreased as size of holdings
increased in both irrigated and unirrigated areas.

3.9 Livestock

3.9.1 Distribution of livestock held by operational holders in 2011-12 may be seen in Table 3.7(a).
Total number of cattle and buffaloes possessed by operational holders during 2011-12 were 201.63
million and 96.73 million respectively. The number of cattle possessed by operational holders was
highest (110.21) in marginal holdings followed by small (44.97 million), semi-medium (28.81
million), medium (14.59 million) and large (3.06 million) categories of holdings.

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Table 3.7(a): Distribution of livestock held by operational holders by Major Size Groups
(in million)
Sl. No. Size Groups Cattle Buffaloes
1 2
1 Marginal (below 1.0 ha.) 110.21 47.88
2 Small (1.0 - 1.99 ha.) 44.97 21.44
3 Semi-medium (2.0 - 3.99 ha.) 28.81 16.19
4 Medium (4.0 - 9.99 ha.) 14.59 9.17
5 Large (10.0 ha. and above 3.06 2.05
All Size Groups 201.63 96.73
Note: Total may not tally due to rounding off.

3.9.2 Number of cattle per 100 number of operational holders in marginal, small, semi-medium,
medium and large (Table 3.7 (b)) was estimated at 118.9, 181.7, 207.7, 249.2 and 321.14
respectively against 146 for ‘all size groups’. Further, number of buffaloes per 100 of corresponding
number of operational holders at All India level in marginal, small, semi-medium, medium and large
was estimated at 51.7, 86.7, 116.7, 156.6 and 214.6 respectively against 70 for ‘all size groups’.

Table 3.7(b): Distribution of number of livestock per 100


operational holders in each Major Size Groups

Sl. No. Size Groups Cattle* Buffaloes*


1 2 3 4
1 Marginal (below 1.0 ha.) 118.9 51.7
2 Small (1.0 - 1.99 ha.) 181.7 86.7
3 Semi-medium (2.0 - 3.99 ha.) 207.7 116.7
4 Medium (4.0 - 9.99 ha.) 249.2 156.6
5 Large (10.0 ha. and above 321.4 214.6
All Size Groups 146.0 70.0
* The figures are rounded off to nearest integer

3.10 Agricultural Implements and Machinery

3.10.1 In Input Survey 2011-12, information relating to usage of agricultural implements/machinery


was collected. A consolidated statement on number of operational holdings using some of important
machineries during 2011-12 is given in Table 3.8. In a total of 138.11 million operational holdings
estimated by Input Survey 2011-12 in the country, holdings using different kinds of agriculture
implements/machinery were ploughs (wooden/steel) (39.8 percent), tractor drawn mould board
plough (17.6 percent), pumpsets (diesel/electric) (38.3 percent), power tiller (5.8 percent), power
tractor (44.3 percent), cane crusher (animal/power) (1.5 percent), and sprinklers (2.5 percent). The
proportion of holdings using tractor was the highest (67.0 percent) in large holdings followed by

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medium (54.5percent), semi-medium (44.1 percent), marginal (43.8 percent) and small (42.7
percent).

Table 3.8: Estimated number of operational holdings using agricultural implements/machinery

(in ‘000)
Total Number of operational holdings using
number of Cane
S.No. Size Groups Mould Pumpsets
operational Wooden Power Crusher
Board (Diesel/ Tractor Sprinklers
holdings Plough Tiller (Animal/
Plough Electric)
Power)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1 Marginal (Below 1.0 92688 34176 13444 33482 4801 40615 1152 1314
ha.) (36.9) (14.5) (36.1) (5.2) (43.8) (1.2) (1.4)
2 Small (1.0 – 2.0 ha.) 24746 11682 6032 9802 1704 10572 512 984
(47.2) (24.4) (39.6) (6.9) (42.7) (2.1) (4.0)
3 Semi-medium (2.0 – 13869 6432 3408 6206 956 6117 304 724
4.0 ha.) (46.4) (24.6) (44.8) (6.9) (44.1) (2.2) (5.2)
4 Medium (4.0 – 10.0 5854 2367 1256 2893 428 3190 141 362
ha.) (40.4) (21.5) (49.4) (7.3) (54.5) (2.4) (6.2)
5 Large (10.0 ha. and 953 308 138 459 65 638 24 60
above) (32.3) (14.5) (48.2) (6.8) (67.0) (2.5) (6.3)
All Size Groups 138110 54965 24278 52843 7954 61133 2134 3444
(39.8) (17.6) (38.3) (5.8) (44.3) (1.5) (2.5)
Note: (1) Total may not tally due to rounding off. (2) Figures in brackets are percentages.

3.11 Institutional Credit


3.11.1 In Input Survey, data was collected on institutional credit taken by operational holders for
agricultural purposes during agriculture year 2011-12. The institutional credit categorized into short-
term, medium-term and long-term was recorded in the schedule. The percentage of operational
holders availing institutional credit for agricultural purposes from various institutions was 34.5 at All
India level with 28.6 in case of marginal, 44.5 for small, 47.5 for semi-medium, 51.4 for medium and
52.4 for large holdings (Table 3.9(a)).

Table 3.9(a): Percentage of estimated number of operational holders availing institutional


credit under different size groups

Percentage of Percentage of operational holdings availing credit


Sl. operational holders from
Size Groups
No. availing institutional PLDB/
PACS CBB RRBB
credit SLDB
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
1 Marginal (below 1.0 ha.) 28.6 40.8 2.9 45.7 13.9
2 Small (1.0 - 1.99 ha.) 44.5 49.8 4.3 33.3 17.6
3 Semi-medium (2.0 - 3.99 ha.) 47.5 52.7 4.7 30.1 19.4
4 Medium (4.0 - 9.99 ha.) 51.4 55.7 5.4 27.2 22.0
5 Large (10.0 ha. and above 52.4 57.0 7.1 23.8 28.5
All Size Groups 34.5 45.6 3.7 39.3 16.2
Note: Total may not tally due to rounding off.

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3.11.2 The percentage of operational holdings availing agricultural credit from different sources,
viz., Primary Agricultural Credit Societies (PACS), Primary Land Development Banks (PLDB),
Commercial Banks (CBB) and Regional Rural Banks (RRBB) was 40.8, 2.9, 47.5 and 13.9 in
marginal category; 49.8, 4.3, 33.3 and 17.6 in small holdings; 52.7, 4.7, 30.1 and 19.4 in semi-
medium; 55.7, 5.4, 27.2 and 22.0 in medium; 57.0, 7.1, 23.8, and 28.5 in large holdings with an
average of 45.6, 3.7, 39.3 and 16.2 at All India level. It is clarified that there were some operational
holders who took institutional credit from more than one source and hence there was an overlapping
in number of operational holdings availing credit through above mentioned sources. The above
distribution shows that Primary Agricultural Credit Societies (45.6 percent) were main source of
credit of operational holders followed by commercial banks (39.3 percent) and regional rural banks
(16.2 percent).

3.11.3 From Table 3.9(b), it may be seen that percentage of short-term, medium-term, and long-
term loans taken by operational holders at All India level was 64.7, 24.8 and 10.5 respectively with
64.0, 27.2 and 8.8 for marginal; 65.2, 24.8 and 10.0 for small; 66.0, 22.7 and 11.3 for semi-medium;
65.0, 21.9 and 13.1 for medium; and 60.0, 25.4 and 14.6 for large holdings. This distribution
indicates that percentage of short-term loan taken by each size group operational holders was more
prevalent than medium and long-term loans, which is normally found that short-term loan is
frequently borrowed to meet requirement of seasonal agricultural operations.

Table 3.9(b): Percentage distribution of short-term, medium-term and long-term loans to


corresponding total loan in each size group

Sl.
Size Groups Short-term Medium-term Long-term
No.
1 2 3 4 5
1 Marginal (below 1.0 ha.) 64.0 27.2 8.8
2 Small (1.0 - 1.99 ha.) 65.2 24.8 10.0
3 Semi-medium (2.0 - 3.99 ha.) 66.0 22.7 11.3
4 Medium (4.0 - 9.99 ha.) 65.0 21.9 13.1
5 Large (10.0 ha. and above) 60.0 25.4 14.6
All Size Groups 64.7 24.8 10.5
Note: Total may not tally due to rounding off.

3.11.4 From the table 3.9(c), it may be seen that marginal holdings availed 37.3 percent of total
agricultural credit of about ₹90721 crores against their presentation of 67.1 percent in total number
of operational holdings of 138.11 million estimated through Input Survey 2011-12. Similarly, small,
semi-medium, medium and large holdings availed 23.3 percent, 20.5 percent, 15.0 percent and 3.9

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percent of total agricultural credit respectively against their proportions of 17.9 percent, 10.0 percent,
4.2 percent and 0.7 percent in total number of holdings.

Table 3.9(c): Percentage distribution of agricultural credit by size-groups

Percentage of number Percentage of agricultural


Sl. No. Size Groups
of operational holdings credit availed
1 2 3 4
1 Marginal (below 1.0 ha.) 67.1 37.3
2 Small (1.0 - 1.99 ha.) 17.9 23.3
3 Semi-medium (2.0 - 3.99 ha.) 10.0 20.5
4 Medium (4.0 - 9.99 ha.) 4.2 15.0
5 Large (10.0 ha. and above 0.7 3.9
All Size Groups 100.0 100.0
Note: Total may not tally due to rounding off.

3.11.5 In Input Survey 2011-12, disbursement of short-term loan was collected under three
components, viz., loan used for purchasing fertilizer, loan utilized for other inputs and amount of
loan taken in cash from financial institutions. It was observed that highest share of short-term loan
was received in form of cash which constituted 92.2 percent at All India level against 5.5 percent for
purchasing fertilizer and only 2.2 percent for ‘other inputs’(Table 3.9(d)).

Table 3.9(d): Percentage distribution of short-term loan according to uses

Loan amount utilized for purchase of Loan amount


Sl.
Size Groups received in
No. Fertilizer Other Inputs
cash
1 2 3 4 5
1 Marginal (below 1.0 ha.) 31.1 8.2 60.7
2 Small (1.0 - 1.99 ha.) 20.6 7.7 71.8
3 Semi-medium (2.0 - 3.99 ha.) 18.2 7.0 74.8
4 Medium (4.0 - 9.99 ha.) 17.6 7.0 75.4
5 Large (10.0 ha. and above 14.7 5.8 79.4
All Size Groups 23.3 7.5 69.2
Note: Total may not tally due to rounding off.

3.12 Seeds
3.12.1 The estimated number of operational holdings who used improved quality seeds (certified
seeds) for agricultural purposes may be seen in Table 3.10. Out of a total of 138.11 million
operational holdings estimated for Input Survey 2011-12, 39.41 percent used certified seeds while
26.96 percent of it used seed of notified variety. Out of total operational holding, only 9.84 percent
used hybrid seeds and 3.45 percent carried out foundation programme of seeds.

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Table 3.10: Estimated number of operational holdings using certified seeds for agricultural purpose
(in million)

No. of No. of No. of No. of


Total No. of Holdings Holdings Holdings Holdings
Sl.
Size Groups Operational using using using who took
No.
Holdings Certified Notified Hybrid foundation
Seeds Seeds Seeds Prog.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
1 Marginal (below 1.0 ha.) 92.69 32.90 22.84 7.67 2.75
2 Small (1.0 - 1.99 ha.) 24.75 11.61 7.78 3.15 1.02
3 Semi-medium (2.0 - 3.99 ha.) 13.87 6.79 4.52 1.86 0.67
4 Medium (4.0 - 9.99 ha.) 5.85 2.77 1.84 0.79 0.29
5 Large (10.0 ha. and above 0.95 0.36 0.25 0.12 0.04
All Size Groups 138.11 54.43 37.23 13.59 4.76
Note: Total may not tally due to founding off.

3.12.2 The crop-wise distribution of operational holdings using notified variety of certified seeds
showed that out of a total of 37.23 million holdings which used seed of notified variety, about 46.56
percent holders used for paddy crop, 27.48 percent for wheat, 10.02 percent for maize, 6.13 percent
for cotton, 5.18 percent for Jowar, 5.12 percent for sugarcane, 3.93 percent for tur (arhar), 3.87
percent for bajra, 2.09 percent for rapeseed & mustard and 1.02 percent for groundnut.

3.12.3 In a total of 13.59 million operational holders using hybrid seed, about 49.86 percent used
for paddy crop, about 12.87 percent for cotton crops, 12.43 percent for wheat, 10.10 percent for
maize, 9.75 percent for Jowar, 7.34 percent for bajra, 2.58 percent for rapeseed & mustard, 0.71
percent for sugarcane, 0.64 percent for tur (arhar) and 0.55 percent for groundnut.

3.12.4 It was also found that Agriculture Departments of State Governments were the second
largest source from where farmers purchased certified seeds as out of estimated 54.43 million
operational holders using certified seeds, 41.90 percent purchased their seeds from Agriculture
Departments while 57.78 percent holders met their requirement from private seed dealers.

3.13 Pest Control Measures (Integrated Pest Management) and Soil Test

3.13.1 Traditionally, there have been a number of practices adopted by farmers as plant protection
measures. For the first time, data on practices usually followed by operational holder for protection
of his crops against insects and pests was collected in Input Survey 2001-02 under Integrated Pest
Management (IPM), keeping in view crop variety and agro-climatic conditions. The data in Input
Survey 2011-12 was collected under following types of pest control measures:

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- Agronomic and Cultural Practices


- Mechanical Control
- Biological Control
- Chemical Control
- Others
- No Efforts

3.13.2 The percentage distribution of number of operational holders who adopted above mentioned
practices for plant protection by major size groups of holdings may be seen in Table 3.11(a).

Table 3.11(a): Percentage distribution of operational holdings adopting usual methods of pest control by Major
Size Groups of holdings

Number
Number of of
Agronomic
Total No. of Operational holdings
Sl. and Mechanical Biological Chemical No
Size Groups Operational Holdings which Others
No. Cultural Control Control Control Efforts
Holdings performed adopted
Practices
Soil Test Pest
Control
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
1 Marginal (below 1.0 ha.) 67.1 58.0 63.8 61.1 69.5 68.5 63.3 75.4 76.3
2 Small (1.0 - 1.99 ha.) 17.9 21.0 19.6 20.0 15.6 17.7 20.0 13.9 13.3
3 Semi-medium (2.0 - 3.99 ha.) 10.0 13.2 11.1 12.0 9.4 9.4 11.3 7.6 7.0
4 Medium (4.0 - 9.99 ha.) 4.2 6.8 4.7 5.7 4.6 3.9 4.7 2.8 2.9
5 Large (10.0 ha. and above 0.7 1.1 0.8 1.2 0.9 0.6 0.7 0.4 0.5
All Size Groups 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0
Note: Total may not tally due to rounding off.

3.13.3 The percentage of holdings adopting agronomic and cultural practices was highest (29.9) in
large size group followed by medium (22.5), semi-medium (20.1), medium (19.1) and marginal
(17.9). Largest holdings had highest share of 7.5 percent even for mechanical control, followed by
marginal (6.7 percent), medium (6.0 percent), semi-medium (5.2 percent) and small (4.9 percent)
categories of holdings. In biological methods, marginal holdings had highest share of 5.8 percent
followed by small (4.8 percent), semi-medium (4.5 percent), medium (4.4 percent) and large (4.1
percent). Under chemical methods, highest percentage of holdings belonged to small category (87.6)
followed by semi-medium (87.2), medium (85.7), marginal (85.2) and large (81.9).

3.13.4 The percentage distribution of operational holdings in each size groups of holdings by
various methods of pest control is given in Table 3.11(b).

Table 3.11(b): Percentage distribution of operational holdings in various size groups of holdings by usual methods
of pest control

Number
of
Agronomic
holdings
Sl. and Mechanical Biological Chemical No
Size Groups which Others
No. Cultural Control Control Control Efforts
adopted
Practices
Pest
Control
1 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1 Marginal (below 1.0 ha.) 69.7 12.5 4.7 4.0 59.4 2.3 30.3
2 Small (1.0 - 1.99 ha.) 80.2 15.3 3.9 3.9 70.3 1.6 19.8

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Number
of
Agronomic
holdings
Sl. and Mechanical Biological Chemical No
Size Groups which Others
No. Cultural Control Control Control Efforts
adopted
Practices
Pest
Control
1 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
3 Semi-medium (2.0 - 3.99 ha.) 81.4 16.4 4.2 3.7 71.0 1.5 18.6
4 Medium (4.0 - 9.99 ha.) 81.7 18.4 4.9 3.6 70.0 1.3 18.3
5 Large (10.0 ha. and above 81.7 24.4 6.1 3.4 66.9 1.0 18.3
All Size Groups 73.4 13.7 4.5 3.9 63.0 2.0 26.6

It is clarified that one operational holder may follow more than one practices to protect his crop(s)
from insects or pests.

3.13.5 It may be observed that chemical control method was most popular among various pest
control measures as 63.0 percent holdings adopted this approach followed by agronomic & cultural
practices (13.7 percent) etc. However, 26.6 percent of total holdings did not go for any plant
protection measures.

3.13.6 For the first time, during Input Survey 2011-12, information on soil test carried out by
operational holdings was collected. The size group-wise percentage distribution of operational
holders conducted soil testing is presented in the following table (3.11(c)). Among the 138.11
million estimated operational holders for Input Survey 2011-12, 6.6 percent have conducted soil
testing till 30th June, 2012.

Table 3.11(c): Size group-wise estimated number and percentage of operational holdings performed soil testing
Total Number of Number of holdings
Percentage of holding
Sl. No. Size Groups Operational Holdings performed soil
conducted soil testing
(000’) testing (000’)
1 2 3 4 5
1 Marginal (below 1.0 ha.) 92688.0 5310.5 5.7
2 Small (1.0 - 1.99 ha.) 24746.1 1922.8 7.8
3 Semi-medium (2.0 - 3.99 ha.) 13869.1 1210.3 8.7
4 Medium (4.0 - 9.99 ha.) 5853.7 619.4 10.6
5 Large (10.0 ha. and above) 953.0 97.3 10.2
All Size Groups 138109.9 9160.3 6.6

3.14 Educational Qualification of Operational Holder


3.14.1 In Input Survey 2011-12, data was collected relating to educational qualification of selected
operational holders and an estimate was generated at different levels, like district, state and all India.
The information was collected on different educational levels, like illiterate, up to primary level,
middle, secondary, senior secondary, technical diploma below degree level and graduates and above.

3.14.2 The percentage distribution of operational holdings in each size groups by educational
status may be seen in Table 3.12.

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Table 3.12: Percentage distribution of operational holders in each size groups by educational status

Educational Qualifications of Operational Holders

Total No. of Technical


Sl. Diploma
Size Groups Operational Up to Senior Graduate
No. Illiterate Middle Secondary below
Holders Class V Secondary & above
Degree
Level

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

1 Marginal (below 1.0 ha.) 100.0 31.3 22.2 23.4 15.3 4.8 1.2 1.8
2 Small (1.0 - 1.99 ha.) 100.0 30.2 23.0 21.5 15.5 5.8 1.4 2.6
3 Semi-medium (2.0 - 3.99 ha.) 100.0 28.9 23.2 21.7 15.8 6.2 1.2 2.9
4 Medium (4.0 - 9.99 ha.) 100.0 28.6 23.6 20.5 15.8 6.4 1.4 3.6
5 Large (10.0 ha. and above 100.0 31.1 22.5 18.8 15.4 6.1 1.6 4.6

All Size Groups 100.0 30.7 22.5 22.7 15.4 5.2 1.3 2.1
Note: Total may not tally due to rounding off.

3.14.3 Out of a total of 138.11 million estimated operational holders for Input Survey 2011-12,
about 69.3 percent were literate, 22.5 percent studied up to class V, 22.7 percent up to middle class,
15.4 percent up to secondary, 5.2 percent up to senior secondary, 1.3 percent technical diploma
holders below degree level and rest 2.1 percent has graduation and above.

3.15 Average Age of Operational Holder


3.15.1 In Input Survey 2011-12, information relating to age of sampled operational holders (in
completed years) was collected. Based on the estimated figure, the percentage distribution of number
of operational holders into pre-defined age-groups may be seen in Table 3.13. The average age of an
operational holder was estimated at 50 years while maximum number of operational holders (33.7
percent) belonged to the age group (41 – 50 ) years followed by (51 – 60) years (33.2 percent), (31 –
40) years (12.6 percent) etc., lowest being in age group – up to 30 years (3.5 percent).

Table 3.13: Percentage distribution of number of operational holders into different age groups
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Total No. of up to Average
Sl. 31 - 40 41 - 50 51 - 60 61 - 65 years
Size Groups Operational 30 age
No. years years years years &
Holders years (years)
above
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1 Marginal (below 1.0 ha.) 100.0 3.2 12.1 34.7 34.1 9.9 6.0 50.08
2 Small (1.0 - 1.99 ha.) 100.0 4.3 14.7 32.5 30.7 11.4 6.4 49.61
3 Semi-medium (2.0 - 3.99 ha.) 100.0 4.0 12.7 31.4 31.6 12.1 8.1 50.47
4 Medium (4.0 - 9.99 ha.) 100.0 3.6 12.0 29.1 32.5 13.1 9.7 51.23
5 Large (10.0 ha. and above) 100.0 2.8 9.0 27.5 33.6 14.3 12.7 52.72
All Size Groups 100.0 3.5 12.6 33.7 33.2 10.5 6.5 50.10
Note: (1) Total may not tally due to rounding off. (2) Figures in Col.3 to 9 are percentages.

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3.16 Size of Household of Operational Holder

3.16.1 The percentage distribution of number of operational holders in each size-group of holdings
according to different size of households is given in Table 3.14. The average size of household of an
operational holder was estimated at 5.01. Also, 50.9 percent of operational holders had their family
size between 4 to 6 followed by size of households up to 3 (27.1 percent), 7 to 9 (18.3 percent) etc.

Table 3.14: Percentage distribution of number of operational holdings by size of households

Total No. of Size of household of operational holder Average


Sl.
Size Groups Operational Size
No. Up to 16 to 20 &
Holders 4 to 6 7 to 9 10 to 12 13 to 15 (no.)
3 19 above
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
1 Marginal (below 1.0 ha.) 100.0 26.9 52.0 18.0 2.3 0.5 0.2 0.1 4.96
2 Small (1.0 - 1.99 ha.) 100.0 28.9 50.3 16.7 3.1 0.7 0.3 0.1 4.93
3 Semi-medium (2.0 - 3.99 ha.) 100.0 25.4 47.7 21.4 3.9 1.1 0.3 0.1 5.28
4 Medium (4.0 - 9.99 ha.) 100.0 25.1 45.4 22.4 4.9 1.4 0.5 0.3 5.45
5 Large (10.0 ha. and above) 100.0 29.1 44.1 17.3 6.4 1.9 0.8 0.5 5.36
All Size Groups 100.0 27.1 50.9 18.3 2.7 0.6 0.2 0.1 5.01
Note: (1) Total may not tally due to rounding off. (2) Figures in Col.3 to 10 are percentages.

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Statistical Tables
TABLE 1A : DISTRIBUTION OF NUMBER OF HOLDINGS, OPERATED AREA, PARCELS AND CROPPED AREA BY MAJOR SIZE GROUPS

Number in ‘000 Units


Area in ‘000 Hect.
Average Net sown area Gross cropped area
Sl. Number of Operated Number Number of Area
Size group(ha) Area per
No. holdings area of parcels parcels per per Irrigated Unirrigated Total Irrigated Unirrigated Total
parcel
holdings holding

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
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1 MARGINAL (BELOW 1.0 ) 92688 37242 151022 1.63 0.25 0.4 17077 16651 33728 24009 23134 47142
2 SMALL (1.0-1.99) 24746 34872 57973 2.34 0.6 1.41 14265 17417 31682 18975 23655 42630
3 SEMI-MEDIUM (2.0-3.99) 13869 37369 41283 2.98 0.91 2.69 15075 18248 33322 19925 24780 44706
4 MEDIUM (4.0-9.99) 5854 33387 22211 3.79 1.5 5.7 13193 15781 28974 18090 21169 39258
5 LARGE (10 AND ABOVE) 953 14735 4819 5.06 3.06 15.46 4741 7201 11942 6999 9019 16018
ALL GROUPS 138110 157605 277309 2.01 0.57 1.14 64351 75298 139649 87997 101757 189755
Note:-Total May not Tally Due to Rounding Off.

TABLE 1B : DISTRIBUTION OF AREA CROPPED ONCE AND MORE THAN ONCE IN IRRIGATED AND UNIRRIGATED AREAS BY MAJOR SIZE
GROUPS

Area in ‘000 Hect.


Net irrigated area Net unirrigated area
Cropped twice Cropped more than twice
Sl.no. Size group(ha) Cropped
Cropped More than Cropped
One crop Two crops One crop Two crops Total more than Total
once two crops once
irrigated irrigated irrigated irrigated once
irrigated
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
1 MARGINAL (BELOW 1.0 ) 7473 2967 5962 47 289 340 17077 13517 3134 16651
2 SMALL (1.0-1.99) 6960 2805 4061 40 149 250 14265 14213 3204 17417
3 SEMI-MEDIUM (2.0-3.99) 7271 3089 4418 41 77 178 15075 14963 3284 18248
4 MEDIUM (4.0-9.99) 5686 2703 4628 27 29 119 13193 13180 2601 15781
5 LARGE (10 AND ABOVE) 1728 780 2188 8 5 32 4741 6184 1017 7201
ALL GROUPS 29118 12345 21257 163 548 921 64351 62058 13241 75298
Note:-Total May not Tally Due to Rounding Off.

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TABLE 2A: USAGE OF INPUTS-FERTILIZERS BY MAJOR SIZE GROUPS
ALL CROPS

Area in ‘000 Hect.


Quantity in Metric Ton
Quantity Applied Area treated with
Area
Size Gross Quantity
Sl. treated Ammo- Farm
Group cropped Super Others Total of FYM
No. with DAP Urea nium Yard Pesticides
(ha) area Phosphate applied
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N P K N P K
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
MARGINAL (BELOW 1.0 )
I 24008 21408 2683006 6326385 522153 15961 336623 244578 660438 3732989 1562305 660438 4694 10431 22676761
UI 23134 15221 1184688 3261015 452362 9571 110310 156039 338727 1825592 773373 338727 6523 8315 24268589
1 T 47142 36629 3867695 9587400 974516 25532 446933 400616 999166 5558581 2335678 999166 11217 18747 46945350
SMALL (1.0-1.99)
I 18975 16962 1618416 3476035 445898 22424 111390 175818 441544 2006300 991633 441544 3912 8904 15956992
UI 23655 16448 980375 2146474 434023 16629 88306 124241 229706 1255577 644657 229706 5850 10060 17507245
2 T 42630 33409 2598792 5622509 879921 39053 199695 300059 671250 3261877 1636291 671250 9762 18964 33464237
SEMI-MEDIUM (2.0-3.99)
I 19925 17909 1646747 3374431 388941 14366 128402 125382 340351 1980015 945116 340351 3632 9714 14725954
UI 24780 16836 926267 1763285 388208 12176 68498 94599 182735 1048846 582795 182735 5467 10486 14080191
3 T 44706 34745 2573014 5137716 777149 26542 196901 219981 523086 3028860 1527911 523086 9100 20201 28806145
MEDIUM (4.0-9.99)
I 18090 16328 1461622 3019896 297682 9540 79834 64256 211637 1734043 784231 211637 2855 9676 11059304
UI 21169 12748 652967 1129268 251599 4297 34467 50093 109458 672350 390714 109458 3936 8232 8559809
4 T 39258 29076 2114589 4149164 549281 13837 114301 114349 321096 2406393 1174945 321096 6791 17908 19619114
LARGE (10 AND ABOVE)
I 6999 6372 562297 1354307 89155 2085 5405 9185 53998 730029 282106 53998 956 4125 3224683
UI 9019 3747 168114 278150 49341 1370 6429 9685 31369 164921 94912 31369 1292 2924 2511413
5 T 16018 10119 730411 1632456 138495 3455 11835 18870 85366 894950 377018 85366 2248 7049 5736097
ALL GROUPS
I 87997 78979 7972088 17551054 1743830 64375 661653 619219 1707969 10183375 4565392 1707969 16049 42851 67643694
UI 101757 65000 3912412 8578192 1575533 44043 308010 434657 891995 4967285 2486452 891995 23069 40017 66927248
T 189754 143978 11884500 26129246 3319362 108418 969663 1053876 2599964 15150661 7051844 2599964 39118 82869 134570943
Note: (1) I – Irrigated, UI – Unirrigated, T = Total of I & UI. (2) Total may not tally due to rounding off.

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TABLE 2B: USAGE OF INPUTS-FERTILIZERS BY MAJOR SIZE GROUPS
PADDY

Area in ‘000 Hect.


Quantity in Metric Ton
Quantity Applied Area treated with
Area
Size Gross Quantity
Sl. treated Ammo- Farm
Group cropped Super Others Total of FYM
No. with DAP Urea nium Yard Pesticides
(ha) area Phosphate applied
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fertilizers Sulphate Manure


N P K N P K
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
MARGINAL (BELOW 1.0 )
I 10818 9921 1094457 2440601 207153 4782 67897 94481 298307 1388560 631076 298307 2607 5423 10948424
UI 6998 5434 332542 749236 179290 1758 26319 40156 115364 431187 221812 115364 2693 2754 9897981
1 T 17816 15356 1427000 3189837 386443 6540 94216 134637 413671 1819748 852888 413671 5300 8177 20846405
SMALL (1.0-1.99)
I 6742 6293 540490 1162775 108356 2356 40940 58019 174207 673590 323981 174207 1741 3663 6293391
UI 4807 3655 189230 412797 92692 1900 10105 16832 57128 234444 118709 57128 1769 1920 5194720
2 T 11549 9948 729720 1575572 201048 4257 51045 74852 231335 908034 442690 231335 3511 5582 11488111
SEMI-MEDIUM (2.0-3.99)
I 5913 5571 458586 1115480 73342 2741 29840 40808 119817 626071 263492 119817 1356 3345 4749015
UI 4168 3029 152435 320779 68392 3709 7349 11724 40430 183110 92787 40430 1397 1570 3163712
3 T 10082 8600 611021 1436259 141733 6450 37189 52532 160246 809180 356279 160246 2753 4915 7912727
MEDIUM (4.0-9.99)
I 4496 4282 333957 1014167 38547 2663 14981 19821 65257 542158 179609 65257 865 2852 3257598
UI 2523 1711 82514 178523 28140 862 3249 4699 18031 100400 47157 18031 758 842 1172118
4 T 7019 5993 416471 1192690 66687 3526 18230 24519 83288 642558 226766 83288 1624 3694 4429716
LARGE (10 AND ABOVE)
I 1509 1438 118849 412091 7417 1078 1797 2330 15005 212974 58187 15005 264 1117 881688
UI 693 373 18005 37245 4460 15 576 907 4385 20953 9903 4385 189 179 239431
5 T 2202 1810 136854 449336 11877 1093 2374 3237 19390 233927 68090 19390 453 1296 1121119
ALL GROUPS
I 29479 27504 2546339 6145114 434816 13620 155454 215459 672593 3443353 1456345 672593 6833 16399 26130117
UI 19190 14202 774726 1698580 372974 8246 47598 74319 235338 970094 490368 235338 6807 7265 19667962
T 48668 41707 3321065 7843694 807790 21865 203052 289777 907930 4413447 1946714 907930 13641 23665 45798079
Note: (1) I – Irrigated, UI – Unirrigated, T = Total of I & UI. (2) Total may not tally due to rounding off.

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TABLE 2B: USAGE OF INPUTS-FERTILIZERS BY MAJOR SIZE GROUPS
JOWAR

Area in ‘000 Hect.


Quantity in Metric Ton
Quantity Applied Area treated with
Area
Size Gross Quantity
Sl. treated Ammo- Farm
Group cropped Super Others Total of FYM
No. with DAP Urea nium Yard Pesticides
(ha) area Phosphate applied
All India Report on Input Survey 2011-12

fertilizers Sulphate Manure


N P K N P K
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
MARGINAL (BELOW 1.0 )
I 105 80 5087 17555 1510 0 2735 3254 2280 11726 5835 2280 22 43 68563
UI 1058 695 30109 156731 15571 1559 9139 12976 11114 86976 29317 11114 277 482 984731
1 T 1162 774 35196 174286 17081 1559 11874 16230 13394 98702 35153 13394 299 525 1053294
SMALL (1.0-1.99)
I 147 106 11378 20658 2436 5 4366 5788 5312 15918 11412 5312 32 65 91340
UI 1588 1050 44334 126204 22847 2372 12678 16695 11913 79200 40744 11913 351 728 938131
2 T 1735 1155 55712 146862 25284 2377 17044 22483 17225 95119 52156 17225 383 793 1029471
SEMI-MEDIUM (2.0-3.99)
I 142 102 12099 17611 2275 3389 2921 3376 2318 13898 9306 2318 40 62 84946
UI 1627 1071 43525 99022 17258 1849 8006 10987 8832 61771 33769 8832 329 721 765442
3 T 1769 1173 55624 116633 19533 5237 10927 14363 11150 75669 43075 11150 369 783 850389
MEDIUM (4.0-9.99)
I 114 80 6262 13035 1374 8 1999 2155 1372 9124 5255 1372 28 47 77455
UI 1147 782 34828 65965 9545 533 3678 4829 4841 40400 22377 4841 222 483 486891
4 T 1261 861 41090 79000 10919 542 5677 6983 6213 49524 27632 6213 250 530 564346
LARGE (10 AND ABOVE)
I 28 23 3080 5284 406 0 345 358 523 3330 1839 523 8 11 33159
UI 299 218 9221 18210 1223 17 615 880 942 10654 5317 942 58 136 106399
5 T 328 241 12301 23494 1629 17 960 1237 1466 13985 7156 1466 66 147 139558
ALL GROUPS
I 537 390 37906 74143 8001 3402 12366 14930 11806 53996 33647 11806 130 228 355463
UI 5719 3815 162018 466131 66444 6330 34115 46366 37642 279003 131525 37642 1237 2550 3281595
T 6255 4205 199924 540275 74445 9732 46482 61296 49448 332999 165172 49448 1367 2777 3637058
Note: (1) I – Irrigated, UI – Unirrigated, T = Total of I & UI. (2) Total may not tally due to rounding off.

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TABLE 2B: USAGE OF INPUTS-FERTILIZERS BY MAJOR SIZE GROUPS
BAJRA

Area in ‘000 Hect.


Quantity in Metric Ton
Quantity Applied Area treated with
Area
Size Gross Quantity
Sl. treated Ammo- Farm
Group cropped Super Others Total of FYM
No. with DAP Urea nium Yard Pesticides
(ha) area Phosphate applied
All India Report on Input Survey 2011-12

fertilizers Sulphate Manure


N P K N P K
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
MARGINAL (BELOW 1.0 )
I 223 163 8309 36903 755 30 552 777 4982 19029 4719 4982 28 104 158890
UI 992 665 61081 113969 4013 365 3530 3970 6798 67026 32709 6798 225 331 1054249
1 T 1215 828 69390 150872 4768 395 4082 4746 11781 86054 37428 11781 253 435 1213139
SMALL (1.0-1.99)
I 174 151 9388 25760 601 107 197 293 3259 13758 4707 3259 35 76 165241
UI 1084 775 36783 78565 3463 1303 1190 1948 3142 44219 19422 3142 254 394 963598
2 T 1258 926 46171 104325 4064 1410 1386 2241 6401 57977 24129 6401 289 470 1128840
SEMI-MEDIUM (2.0-3.99)
I 223 176 13121 24731 1212 3 254 487 4801 13993 6716 4801 45 97 153965
UI 1453 913 30229 75818 3904 402 2973 3477 2243 43374 18007 2243 308 499 1053979
3 T 1676 1089 43351 100549 5116 405 3227 3963 7044 57367 24723 7044 353 596 1207944
MEDIUM (4.0-9.99)
I 223 170 10337 22887 2759 108 76 145 4312 12487 5342 4312 25 91 67920
UI 1918 796 16490 53604 1161 163 746 1009 1441 28406 8780 1441 330 609 977634
4 T 2141 966 26827 76491 3920 271 822 1154 5753 40893 14122 5753 355 699 1045554
LARGE (10 AND ABOVE)
I 106 65 3302 6831 332 0 26 16 745 3763 1588 745 10 44 12405
UI 1600 347 4580 23388 108 19 141 211 431 11728 2335 431 233 533 498899
5 T 1706 412 7881 30219 441 19 167 227 1176 15491 3923 1176 243 577 511304
ALL GROUPS
I 949 725 44456 117112 5659 248 1105 1718 18099 63030 23073 18099 143 412 558422
UI 7047 3497 149163 345344 12649 2252 8581 10614 14056 194752 81253 14056 1350 2366 4548359
T 7996 4222 193619 462456 18308 2500 9685 12332 32154 257782 104326 32154 1493 2777 5106780
Note: (1) I – Irrigated, UI – Unirrigated, T = Total of I & UI. (2) Total may not tally due to rounding off.

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TABLE 2B: USAGE OF INPUTS-FERTILIZERS BY MAJOR SIZE GROUPS
MAIZE

Area in ‘000 Hect.


Quantity in Metric Ton
Quantity Applied Area treated with
Area
Size Gross Quantity
Sl. treated Ammo- Farm
Group cropped Super Others Total of FYM
No. with DAP Urea nium Yard Pesticides
(ha) area Phosphate applied
All India Report on Input Survey 2011-12

fertilizers Sulphate Manure


N P K N P K
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
MARGINAL (BELOW 1.0 )
I 514 481 65227 177162 6675 253 5603 8689 17838 98891 39762 17838 96 178 486513
UI 2815 1677 131082 333782 10267 472 9086 13565 40837 186318 75506 40837 733 601 2773313
1 T 3329 2158 196309 510944 16942 726 14689 22254 58675 285209 115268 58675 828 778 3259827
SMALL (1.0-1.99)
I 458 420 51749 93769 6332 82 3821 5573 10851 56286 30391 10851 117 177 482990
UI 2181 1404 91393 204030 11563 62 7163 10552 20244 117480 54443 20244 588 535 1805046
2 T 2639 1824 143142 297799 17894 144 10983 16125 31095 173766 84834 31095 705 712 2288036
SEMI-MEDIUM (2.0-3.99)
I 441 395 55375 79112 5233 29 3309 5011 10900 49674 31321 10900 113 176 527851
UI 2069 1341 83468 177957 12175 989 4221 5819 14131 101309 46162 14131 557 478 1499110
3 T 2510 1736 138843 257069 17408 1018 7530 10830 25031 150983 77483 25031 670 654 2026962
MEDIUM (4.0-9.99)
I 335 303 38569 62899 3014 177 1885 2742 5695 37798 20966 5695 90 128 396862
UI 1433 891 48962 115228 7617 47 2338 3383 7036 64166 27124 7036 354 307 809980
4 T 1768 1194 87531 178128 10632 224 4224 6125 12731 101964 48090 12731 444 435 1206843
LARGE (10 AND ABOVE)
I 98 91 9999 16603 533 5 217 312 1380 9655 4996 1380 27 34 97593
UI 360 214 8920 25354 1359 23 367 613 1572 13640 4933 1572 88 64 157801
5 T 458 305 18919 41957 1891 28 584 924 2952 23295 9930 2952 115 98 255394
ALL GROUPS
I 1846 1690 220920 429545 21787 546 14835 22327 46664 252304 127436 46664 442 693 1991810
UI 8858 5528 363825 856350 42981 1593 23176 33932 83820 482914 208168 83820 2320 1984 7045251
T 10704 7217 584745 1285895 64768 2139 38011 56258 130484 735218 335604 130484 2762 2677 9037061
Note: (1) I – Irrigated, UI – Unirrigated, T = Total of I & UI. (2) Total may not tally due to rounding off.

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TABLE 2B: USAGE OF INPUTS-FERTILIZERS BY MAJOR SIZE GROUPS
RAGI

Area in ‘000 Hect.


Quantity in Metric Ton
Quantity Applied Area treated with
Area
Size Gross Quantity
Sl. treated Ammo- Farm
Group cropped Super Others Total of FYM
No. with DAP Urea nium Yard Pesticides
(ha) area Phosphate applied
All India Report on Input Survey 2011-12

fertilizers Sulphate Manure


N P K N P K
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
MARGINAL (BELOW 1.0 )
I 41 34 2456 6619 39 0 406 427 708 3893 1563 708 13 10 38289
UI 505 313 24949 48103 330 110 4228 4692 5513 30869 16221 5513 264 55 913675
1 T 546 346 27405 54722 369 110 4635 5119 6221 34762 17784 6221 277 66 951963
SMALL (1.0-1.99)
I 35 31 1830 5142 71 220 293 378 501 3034 1231 501 15 5 48903
UI 386 265 14463 29236 792 44 2878 3174 3715 18939 9953 3715 182 45 481945
2 T 421 296 16293 34379 863 264 3172 3551 4216 21973 11184 4216 197 50 530848
SEMI-MEDIUM (2.0-3.99)
I 28 24 1400 3168 46 0 250 365 343 1959 1016 343 13 2 39283
UI 266 186 11012 18117 523 13 1862 2103 2092 12180 7253 2092 114 33 269639
3 T 294 210 12413 21285 568 13 2112 2468 2435 14140 8269 2435 126 35 308922
MEDIUM (4.0-9.99)
I 14 12 527 1162 27 5 138 146 193 768 392 193 7 1 19826
UI 135 103 5707 8565 141 5 817 985 941 5785 3633 941 52 26 110157
4 T 149 115 6234 9727 168 11 954 1131 1133 6553 4025 1133 58 28 129984
LARGE (10 AND ABOVE)
I 3 2 186 215 1 0 29 28 37 162 113 37 1 Neg 2257
UI 22 16 670 1044 41 0 85 107 107 685 422 107 7 7 7937
5 T 25 18 857 1259 42 0 114 135 144 847 535 144 8 7 10194
ALL GROUPS
I 120 103 6400 16306 184 225 1117 1343 1783 9816 4316 1783 49 19 148559
UI 1315 883 56802 105064 1827 173 9870 11061 12368 68459 37482 12368 618 166 1783354
T 1435 986 63202 121371 2011 399 10986 12404 14150 78275 41798 14150 667 185 1931912
Note: (1) I – Irrigated, UI – Unirrigated, T = Total of I & UI. (2) Total may not tally due to rounding off.

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TABLE 2B: USAGE OF INPUTS-FERTILIZERS BY MAJOR SIZE GROUPS
WHEAT

Area in ‘000 Hect.


Quantity in Metric Ton
Quantity Applied Area treated with
Area
Size Gross Quantity
Sl. treated Ammo- Farm
Group cropped Super Others Total of FYM
No. with DAP Urea nium Yard Pesticides
(ha) area Phosphate applied
All India Report on Input Survey 2011-12

fertilizers Sulphate Manure


N P K N P K
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
MARGINAL (BELOW 1.0 )
I 6822 6057 820589 2308423 77384 2120 18424 40206 104149 1228441 430059 104149 582 2207 2922410
UI 744 524 38075 75622 4682 33 873 1887 15712 42519 20151 15712 303 192 1195543
1 T 7566 6581 858664 2384044 82066 2153 19297 42094 119862 1270960 450210 119862 885 2398 4117953
SMALL (1.0-1.99)
I 5246 4665 483951 959834 108448 2501 8712 15212 39360 537862 255181 39360 469 2010 1935355
UI 654 464 26557 50871 5456 62 493 1143 6205 28687 14232 6205 217 186 790510
2 T 5900 5129 510507 1010706 113904 2563 9205 16355 45565 566549 269413 45565 686 2196 2725865
SEMI-MEDIUM (2.0-3.99)
I 6203 5605 564565 1108852 118957 2768 9108 13430 43919 621372 292163 43919 591 2719 2570994
UI 703 511 27042 53209 4726 1 329 622 5138 29673 13817 5138 206 208 689080
3 T 6906 6116 591608 1162061 123683 2769 9437 14051 49057 651045 305980 49057 798 2928 3260074
MEDIUM (4.0-9.99)
I 6050 5532 601635 1272357 112875 1255 3953 5891 33716 697790 300703 33716 675 3229 2520359
UI 565 409 20369 49411 3641 60 321 432 5029 26729 10384 5029 162 168 483189
4 T 6615 5941 622004 1321768 116516 1315 4274 6323 38745 724519 311088 38745 838 3397 3003548
LARGE (10 AND ABOVE)
I 2384 2258 271243 566435 33718 118 559 1230 12146 309968 131397 12146 293 1541 1111622
UI 264 165 8872 18129 584 7 34 58 3188 9972 4233 3188 74 71 203370
5 T 2648 2424 280116 584564 34302 125 593 1289 15334 319940 135630 15334 368 1611 1314992
ALL GROUPS
I 26706 24117 2741984 6215902 451382 8762 40756 75970 233290 3395433 1409503 233290 2611 11706 11060740
UI 2930 2072 120915 247242 19089 164 2049 4142 35274 137579 62817 35274 963 825 3361692
T 29636 26190 2862899 6463144 470471 8926 42805 80112 268564 3533012 1472321 268564 3574 12530 14422432
Note: (1) I – Irrigated, UI – Unirrigated, T = Total of I & UI. (2) Total may not tally due to rounding off.

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TABLE 2B: USAGE OF INPUTS-FERTILIZERS BY MAJOR SIZE GROUPS
GRAM

Area in ‘000 Hect.


Quantity in Metric Ton
Quantity Applied Area treated with
Area
Size Gross Quantity
Sl. treated Ammo- Farm
Group cropped Super Others Total of FYM
No. with DAP Urea nium Yard Pesticides
(ha) area Phosphate applied
All India Report on Input Survey 2011-12

fertilizers Sulphate Manure


N P K N P K
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
MARGINAL (BELOW 1.0 )
I 161 117 11806 23861 4850 6 112 187 1153 13215 6394 1153 25 64 95656
UI 725 392 31742 330037 4794 38 1227 1932 4091 158765 17300 4091 80 225 307592
1 T 886 508 43548 353898 9644 45 1339 2119 5244 171980 23695 5244 104 290 403248
SMALL (1.0-1.99)
I 304 225 15909 19117 8741 118 491 811 2265 12173 9528 2265 24 143 84052
UI 1024 489 33617 74014 6471 192 1551 2638 5756 41688 19137 5756 123 310 344818
2 T 1329 714 49525 93131 15212 309 2042 3449 8021 53861 28665 8021 147 454 428871
SEMI-MEDIUM (2.0-3.99)
I 433 327 22761 23693 10683 714 860 1084 2229 16003 13263 2229 34 200 126934
UI 1217 612 37753 66363 8731 100 2282 3592 6936 39625 22355 6936 154 362 405618
3 T 1650 939 60514 90056 19414 814 3143 4675 9165 55628 35618 9165 188 562 532553
MEDIUM (4.0-9.99)
I 554 421 24388 29262 14762 157 461 666 3027 18344 14246 3027 42 240 142044
UI 1215 604 37220 56642 5757 32 1600 2484 8531 34361 20526 8531 211 327 514442
4 T 1769 1025 61607 85904 20519 189 2061 3150 11558 52705 34772 11558 253 567 656486
LARGE (10 AND ABOVE)
I 237 193 7880 12099 6140 6 95 321 1137 7080 4928 1137 13 102 46210
UI 463 177 9183 11984 941 34 234 428 2037 7407 4803 2037 61 103 127414
5 T 700 369 17062 24083 7080 40 329 749 3174 14487 9731 3174 74 204 173624
ALL GROUPS
I 1689 1282 82743 108032 45175 1000 2020 3069 9810 66814 48358 9810 137 749 494896
UI 4644 2274 149514 539040 26694 397 6894 11074 27350 281846 84122 27350 629 1328 1699885
T 6333 3556 232257 647071 71869 1397 8914 14143 37160 348660 132480 37160 766 2077 2194781
Note: (1) I – Irrigated, UI – Unirrigated, T = Total of I & UI. (2) Total may not tally due to rounding off.

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TABLE 2B: USAGE OF INPUTS-FERTILIZERS BY MAJOR SIZE GROUPS
TUR (ARHAR)

Area in ‘000 Hect.


Quantity in Metric Ton
Quantity Applied Area treated with
Area
Size Gross Quantity
Sl. treated Ammo- Farm
Group cropped Super Others Total of FYM
No. with DAP Urea nium Yard Pesticides
(ha) area Phosphate applied
All India Report on Input Survey 2011-12

fertilizers Sulphate Manure


N P K N P K
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
MARGINAL (BELOW 1.0 )
I 28 21 6728 38933 317 0 75 44 2117 19196 3189 2117 3 12 14533
UI 546 393 43512 100153 7784 11 2935 3802 6211 56839 25063 6211 111 309 438681
1 T 574 413 50240 139086 8101 11 3010 3845 8328 76035 28252 8328 114 320 453214
SMALL (1.0-1.99)
I 33 30 10068 13068 160 0 68 55 116 7892 4712 116 4 16 16314
UI 985 795 62383 78533 14599 132 2770 4017 7902 50151 35049 7902 204 652 503736
2 T 1018 824 72451 91601 14759 132 2838 4072 8018 58043 39761 8018 208 669 520050
SEMI-MEDIUM (2.0-3.99)
I 57 53 17539 17008 518 0 141 334 1642 11121 8485 1642 8 33 16562
UI 1093 897 68721 71117 10648 32 2607 3364 6885 47697 36679 6885 222 747 405448
3 T 1151 950 86260 88124 11167 32 2748 3698 8528 58818 45164 8528 230 781 422010
MEDIUM (4.0-9.99)
I 37 33 8747 6280 377 216 51 83 233 4559 4167 233 7 27 16801
UI 853 703 60008 69209 6135 397 1752 2538 4993 44471 31123 4993 200 584 295345
4 T 890 736 68755 75489 6512 613 1803 2621 5225 49030 35290 5225 207 611 312146
LARGE (10 AND ABOVE)
I 6 5 682 804 61 0 6 7 26 499 331 26 1 4 2364
UI 232 191 20878 19869 864 0 276 402 1608 13174 10144 1608 54 160 75275
5 T 238 197 21559 20674 925 0 282 409 1634 13673 10475 1634 56 164 77640
ALL GROUPS
I 161 142 43763 76092 1433 216 341 524 4134 43266 20884 4134 22 93 66575
UI 3710 2978 255502 338881 40031 571 10339 14122 27600 212332 138058 27600 792 2452 1718485
T 3871 3120 299265 414974 41464 787 10680 14646 31734 255598 158942 31734 814 2545 1785060
Note: (1) I – Irrigated, UI – Unirrigated, T = Total of I & UI. (2) Total may not tally due to rounding off.

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TABLE 2B: USAGE OF INPUTS-FERTILIZERS BY MAJOR SIZE GROUPS
SUGARCANE

Area in ‘000 Hect.


Quantity in Metric Ton
Quantity Applied Area treated with
Area
Size Gross Quantity
Sl. treated Ammo- Farm
Group cropped Super Others Total of FYM
No. with DAP Urea nium Yard Pesticides
(ha) area Phosphate applied
All India Report on Input Survey 2011-12

fertilizers Sulphate Manure


N P K N P K
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
MARGINAL (BELOW 1.0 )
I 993 972 199084 467841 80054 4525 14919 27656 62997 266893 132044 62997 287 453 1737710
UI 54 48 3368 11345 659 175 640 1786 2685 6500 3440 2685 14 26 37476
1 T 1047 1020 202452 479186 80714 4699 15559 29442 65683 273394 135484 65683 301 479 1775186
SMALL (1.0-1.99)
I 1147 1109 147942 319417 66991 12073 16694 30790 61418 192742 109562 61418 388 505 1841559
UI 75 66 2759 7427 922 0 580 1122 1602 4493 2539 1602 13 41 48212
2 T 1223 1175 150701 326844 67913 12073 17274 31912 63020 197236 112100 63020 401 546 1889770
SEMI-MEDIUM (2.0-3.99)
I 1135 1100 135339 276221 47346 2058 12279 23610 53634 164126 93442 53634 386 480 2084454
UI 75 67 3149 6649 269 0 391 1000 1478 4017 2491 1478 17 38 81329
3 T 1210 1167 138488 282870 47616 2058 12670 24610 55111 168143 95933 55111 402 518 2165783
MEDIUM (4.0-9.99)
I 681 655 86214 172133 20417 2810 5726 13354 31627 101004 56279 31627 251 290 1305029
UI 49 46 2163 3431 155 0 138 302 638 2106 1321 638 10 28 34571
4 T 730 701 88377 175564 20572 2810 5864 13656 32265 103110 57601 32265 261 319 1339600
LARGE (10 AND ABOVE)
I 149 144 18240 36093 2817 202 465 1131 4989 20393 9972 4989 46 65 262310
UI 7 6 113 584 146 0 25 41 61 314 117 61 1 3 1107
5 T 155 150 18352 36678 2964 202 490 1172 5050 20707 10088 5050 47 67 263417
ALL GROUPS
I 4105 3980 586819 1271705 217625 21669 50083 96542 214664 745159 401298 214664 1358 1794 7231062
UI 260 232 11551 29437 2153 175 1774 4250 6464 17430 9908 6464 54 135 202695
T 4365 4213 598370 1301142 219778 21844 51857 100792 221128 762589 411206 221128 1412 1929 7433756
Note: (1) I – Irrigated, UI – Unirrigated, T = Total of I & UI. (2) Total may not tally due to rounding off.

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TABLE 2B: USAGE OF INPUTS-FERTILIZERS BY MAJOR SIZE GROUPS
GROUNDNUT

Area in ‘000 Hect.


Quantity in Metric Ton
Quantity Applied Area treated with
Area
Size Gross Quantity
Sl. treated Ammo- Farm
Group cropped Super Others Total of FYM
No. with DAP Urea nium Yard Pesticides
(ha) area Phosphate applied
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N P K N P K
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
MARGINAL (BELOW 1.0 )
I 125 118 16444 18477 3789 1 1708 2022 4543 13168 10192 4543 59 82 211233
UI 514 375 24757 31951 8131 222 3255 3850 5899 22454 16539 5899 254 214 922923
1 T 639 493 41201 50428 11919 223 4963 5871 10441 35622 26731 10441 312 296 1134157
SMALL (1.0-1.99)
I 189 180 24047 23531 5751 26 1718 2874 11284 16876 14855 11284 82 120 375707
UI 662 537 33152 31551 11816 246 3783 4369 6419 24314 21510 6419 261 272 840981
2 T 851 718 57200 55082 17567 272 5501 7243 17703 41191 36365 17703 343 392 1216687
SEMI-MEDIUM (2.0-3.99)
I 222 202 28735 27264 4289 101 1383 1984 6936 19118 15888 6936 78 133 328631
UI 679 563 32908 28682 12467 111 3114 4062 6274 22254 21195 6274 261 285 867918
3 T 901 765 61643 55946 16755 212 4498 6046 13210 41372 37082 13210 339 418 1196549
MEDIUM (4.0-9.99)
I 232 210 24031 23768 2107 0 675 875 4754 15934 12266 4754 55 122 244604
UI 445 327 18632 18997 6380 72 1695 2153 3514 13803 11745 3514 143 153 372003
4 T 676 537 42663 42764 8487 72 2371 3028 8267 29736 24011 8267 198 275 616607
LARGE (10 AND ABOVE)
I 127 116 6704 10518 1368 10 120 179 673 6167 3482 673 11 57 43138
UI 126 90 4275 5756 800 23 295 413 557 3717 2508 557 34 42 63386
5 T 253 206 10979 16274 2168 33 415 592 1230 9884 5990 1230 45 100 106524
ALL GROUPS
I 894 828 99961 103558 17303 138 5605 7933 28189 71263 56683 28189 285 514 1203312
UI 2426 1892 113725 116936 39594 675 12143 14847 22662 86543 73495 22662 952 967 3067211
T 3320 2720 213686 220495 56896 812 17748 22780 50852 157806 130179 50852 1238 1482 4270524
Note: (1) I – Irrigated, UI – Unirrigated, T = Total of I & UI. (2) Total may not tally due to rounding off.

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RAPESEED & MUSTARD

Area in ‘000 Hect.


Quantity in Metric Ton
Quantity Applied Area treated with
Area
Size Gross Quantity
Sl. treated Ammo- Farm
Group cropped Super Others Total of FYM
No. with DAP Urea nium Yard Pesticides
(ha) area Phosphate applied
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N P K N P K
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
MARGINAL (BELOW 1.0 )
I 301 285 25043 51356 2497 15 74 95 4521 28208 12014 4521 30 117 225512
UI 182 110 6938 16812 11707 34 30 151 2829 9019 5215 2829 30 62 119852
1 T 483 395 31980 68168 14204 49 103 246 7349 37227 17229 7349 60 179 345364
SMALL (1.0-1.99)
I 440 419 32791 53278 4441 18 63 180 7770 30476 15974 7770 47 171 228785
UI 205 136 8020 13353 5300 0 76 348 1608 7662 4885 1608 27 67 84964
2 T 645 555 40811 66630 9742 18 139 528 9378 38138 20860 9378 74 237 313749
SEMI-MEDIUM (2.0-3.99)
I 688 644 43151 73642 10129 102 248 359 4756 41911 21830 4756 61 273 220646
UI 267 178 9785 14281 4315 0 64 252 1416 8395 5444 1416 31 84 85455
3 T 955 822 52936 87923 14445 102 312 611 6172 50306 27273 6172 92 357 306102
MEDIUM (4.0-9.99)
I 913 831 49697 98286 18162 63 112 544 3153 54283 26311 3153 72 393 196960
UI 242 159 8018 10660 2193 15 39 356 933 6389 4395 933 24 75 58988
4 T 1155 990 57715 108947 20355 79 152 900 4086 60672 30706 4086 96 468 255948
LARGE (10 AND ABOVE)
I 478 416 21898 47094 12433 4 27 189 161 25633 12251 161 49 203 59247
UI 86 50 2060 2400 190 6 20 40 104 1496 1018 104 5 19 10448
5 T 564 466 23958 49494 12622 11 47 229 265 27129 13269 265 53 223 69695
ALL GROUPS
I 2820 2595 172580 323655 47663 202 523 1367 20360 180511 88380 20360 258 1157 931150
UI 982 633 34821 57507 23705 56 229 1147 6890 32962 20958 6890 117 307 359708
T 3802 3228 207401 381162 71368 259 753 2514 27250 213473 109338 27250 375 1464 1290858
Note: (1) I – Irrigated, UI – Unirrigated, T = Total of I & UI. (2) Total may not tally due to rounding off.

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TABLE 2B: USAGE OF INPUTS-FERTILIZERS BY MAJOR SIZE GROUPS
COTTON

Area in ‘000 Hect.


Quantity in Metric Ton
Quantity Applied Area treated with
Area
Size Gross Quantity
Sl. treated Ammo- Farm
Group cropped Super Others Total of FYM
No. with DAP Urea nium Yard Pesticides
(ha) area Phosphate applied
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N P K N P K
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
MARGINAL (BELOW 1.0 )
I 695 651 38746 386105 16867 209 5317 7433 13305 189943 27955 13305 96 388 401824
UI 1341 1195 123277 279773 36181 1302 17889 24278 45191 169043 86774 45191 345 904 968053
1 T 2036 1845 162024 665878 53048 1510 23206 31711 58496 358985 114729 58496 441 1291 1369876
SMALL (1.0-1.99)
I 1263 1192 58446 355236 23827 1328 8903 13728 19795 183105 44425 19795 192 747 670636
UI 2294 1911 159024 334999 59227 4158 19119 26388 46761 202699 109015 46761 597 1688 1440583
2 T 3557 3103 217471 690235 83054 5486 28022 40115 66555 385805 153441 66555 788 2434 2111219
SEMI-MEDIUM (2.0-3.99)
I 1692 1613 77928 331860 21840 679 3496 5891 13982 170319 45233 13982 184 1000 665489
UI 2457 1848 153853 284979 41104 1325 15234 19525 37471 174291 96874 37471 582 1764 1344799
3 T 4150 3462 231781 616839 62943 2003 18731 25416 51453 344610 142106 51453 766 2763 2010288
MEDIUM (4.0-9.99)
I 1680 1628 83876 281230 10415 359 2076 3763 10628 146614 44012 10628 133 1074 393233
UI 1730 1142 91841 155732 17684 151 6416 9180 19544 94616 54257 19544 381 1168 735442
4 T 3410 2770 175717 436962 28099 510 8493 12943 30171 241229 98268 30171 514 2242 1128676
LARGE (10 AND ABOVE)
I 566 553 35837 110109 1338 305 245 464 4379 57408 17163 4379 24 414 58638
UI 306 213 15410 26436 1544 71 826 1165 2809 15775 8501 2809 61 210 124900
5 T 872 767 51247 136545 2882 376 1071 1629 7188 73184 25664 7188 85 625 183538
ALL GROUPS
I 5897 5638 294833 1464539 74287 2880 20038 31279 62088 747389 178788 62088 629 3622 2189819
UI 8128 6309 543406 1081919 155739 7006 59485 80535 151775 656424 355420 151775 1965 5733 4613777
T 14025 11947 838240 2546458 230026 9886 79522 111814 213863 1403813 534208 213863 2594 9355 6803597
Note: (1) I – Irrigated, UI – Unirrigated, T = Total of I & UI. (2) Total may not tally due to rounding off.

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TABLE 2B: USAGE OF INPUTS-FERTILIZERS BY MAJOR SIZE GROUPS
JUTE

Area in ‘000 Hect.


Quantity in Metric Ton
Quantity Applied Area treated with
Area
Size Gross Quantity
Sl. treated Ammo- Farm
Group cropped Super Others Total of FYM
No. with DAP Urea nium Yard Pesticides
(ha) area Phosphate applied
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N P K N P K
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
MARGINAL (BELOW 1.0 )
I 222 218 28948 60235 5899 7 1587 2567 6960 34507 16827 6960 22 146 122759
UI 183 150 13011 22688 5588 0 969 2130 6159 13747 9009 6159 84 68 348156
1 T 405 367 41958 82923 11487 7 2555 4697 13119 48254 25835 13119 106 215 470916
SMALL (1.0-1.99)
I 64 61 1455 5802 2125 5 411 711 1492 3342 1720 1492 11 49 40457
UI 86 63 1227 5515 4954 204 158 450 1184 2957 1807 1184 39 39 145941
2 T 150 125 2682 11317 7078 209 569 1162 2676 6300 3528 2676 50 88 186398
SEMI-MEDIUM (2.0-3.99)
I 43 41 1211 3988 1734 8 259 473 1112 2313 1307 1112 7 30 28402
UI 66 47 662 4370 3363 0 152 342 1390 2282 1184 1390 24 26 77049
3 T 109 87 1873 8358 5098 8 412 814 2502 4595 2492 2502 32 55 105451
MEDIUM (4.0-9.99)
I 4 3 68 314 121 0 33 47 76 189 97 76 Neg 3 818
UI 12 9 311 1099 207 0 26 36 87 588 212 87 5 5 9401
4 T 16 12 379 1413 328 0 59 83 163 778 309 163 5 8 10219
LARGE (10 AND ABOVE)
I Neg Neg 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 Neg Neg 24
UI 1 1 26 83 0 0 3 3 1 45 14 1 Neg 1 319
5 T 1 1 27 84 0 0 3 3 2 46 15 2 Neg 1 343
ALL GROUPS
I 399 389 37897 83472 10078 20 2837 4530 11255 48060 23575 11255 39 260 212923
UI 342 280 17191 36951 10533 3 1606 3478 9037 21699 13071 9037 155 134 541502
T 741 669 55089 120423 20611 23 4444 8008 20292 69759 36646 20292 194 395 754425
Note: (1) I – Irrigated, UI – Unirrigated, T = Total of I & UI. (2) Total may not tally due to rounding off.

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TABLE 3 :DISTRIBUTION OF LIVESTOCK HELD BY OPERATIONAL HOLDINGS BY MAJOR SIZE GROUPS

Number in ‘000 Units


Sl. Cattle Buffaloes
Size group(ha)
No. Males Females Males Females
1 2 3 4 5 6
1 MARGINAL (BELOW 1.0 ) 47547 62659 13520 34362
2 SMALL (1.0-1.99) 21074 23892 5758 15685
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3 SEMI-MEDIUM (2.0-3.99) 13396 15415 4009 12178


4 MEDIUM (4.0-9.99) 6429 8159 2090 7080
5 LARGE (10 AND ABOVE) 1237 1826 422 1623
ALL GROUPS 89682 111952 25799 70927
Note:-Total May not Tally Due to Rounding Off.

TABLE 4 : ESTIMATED NUMBER OF OPERATIONAL HOLDINGS USING AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY BY MAJOR SIZE GROUPS

Number In '000 Units


Hand Operated Implements
Total
Number Of Hand Hand
Sl.No. Size Group(Ha) Pedal
Operational Seed Winnowing Maize Chaff Operated Paddy Cono
Operated Handhoe Wheelhoe Bladehoe
Holdings Fert. Fan Sheller Cutter Sprayer Transplenter Weeder
Thresher
Drill /Duster
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
1 MARGINAL (BELOW 1.0 ) 92688 7153 6583 15779 4494 34898 19889 53248 7120 12474 1659 4812
2 SMALL (1.0-1.99) 24746 4009 2278 4726 1721 8503 7579 11093 2302 3421 557 1758
3 SEMI-MEDIUM (2.0-3.99) 13869 2378 1134 2658 1017 4829 4542 6074 1326 2150 347 1077
4 MEDIUM (4.0-9.99) 5854 991 361 1137 412 1914 2092 2646 605 1152 186 534
5 LARGE (10 AND ABOVE) 953 150 36 179 56 268 364 528 100 249 47 98
ALL GROUPS 138110 14681 10392 24479 7701 50412 34466 73589 11452 19447 2797 8279
Note:-Total May not Tally Due to Rounding Off. Cont’d/-

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TABLE 4 : ESTIMATED NUMBER OF OPERATIONAL HOLDINGS USING AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY BY MAJOR SIZE GROUPS

Number In '000 Units


Hand Operated
Animal Operated Implements
Implements

Sl.No. Size Group(Ha) Seed-Cum


Culti
Paddy Drum Wooden Mould Board Disc Fertilizer Levelling Seed
Othres -Vator Cane Crusher
Seeder Plough Plough Harrow Drill/Seed Kahan Planter
Triphali
Drill
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1 2 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
1 MARGINAL (BELOW 1.0 ) 1233 24571 34176 13444 4799 9750 6543 19931 1868 860
2 SMALL (1.0-1.99) 512 7068 11682 6032 2547 4524 4563 7013 947 379
3 SEMI-MEDIUM (2.0-3.99) 304 3921 6432 3408 1603 2713 2951 3864 615 209
4 MEDIUM (4.0-9.99) 144 1451 2367 1256 662 1151 1274 1413 265 86
5 LARGE (10 AND ABOVE) 23 228 308 138 84 159 161 171 34 13
ALL GROUPS 2216 37238 54965 24278 9695 18297 15491 32393 3728 1546
Note:-Total May not Tally Due to Rounding Off. Cont’d/-

TABLE 4 : ESTIMATED NUMBER OF OPERATIONAL HOLDINGS USING AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY BY MAJOR SIZE GROUPS

Number In '000 Units


Animal Operated Implements Power Operated Implements

Sl. Power Tractors


Size Group(Ha) Potato & Animal Diesel Tractors
No. Bund Operated Electric Power Agricultura Drawn
Groundnut Drawn Others Engine Drawn Disc
Former Sprayer/ Pumpset Tiller l Tractors Board
Digger Puddler Pumpset Harrow
Duster Plough

1 2 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35
1 MARGINAL (BELOW 1.0 ) 1953 1260 1995 6203 6971 21736 11745 4801 40615 6089 4457
2 SMALL (1.0-1.99) 1168 451 697 3411 3285 4463 5340 1704 10572 3350 2447
3 SEMI-MEDIUM (2.0-3.99) 791 274 413 1973 1917 2597 3610 956 6117 2444 1996
4 MEDIUM (4.0-9.99) 367 115 234 706 844 1108 1785 428 3190 1439 1378
5 LARGE (10 AND ABOVE) 49 14 36 78 135 178 281 65 638 327 352
ALL GROUPS 4328 2114 3375 12371 13152 30082 22761 7954 61133 13650 10630

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Note:-Total May not Tally Due to Rounding Off. Cont’d/-
TABLE 4: ESTIMATED NUMBER OF OPERATIONAL HOLDINGS USING AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY BY MAJOR SIZE GROUPS

Number In '000 Units


Power Operated Implements
Tractors
Sl. Tractor Combine Combine
Size Group(Ha) Drawn Seed- Tractor Tractor Power Cultivator
No. Drawn Power Power Cane Harvester Harvester
Cum- Drawn Drawn Chaff (Tractor - Rotavator
Potato Threshers Crusher (Tractor (Self
Fertilizer Planter Leveler Cutter Drawn)
Digger Powered) Propelled)
Drill
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1 2 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46
1 MARGINAL (BELOW 1.0 ) 3210 873 4857 422 10640 2604 293 1568 977 5466 2448
2 SMALL (1.0-1.99) 2290 519 2399 284 2883 1066 134 577 410 2357 855
3 SEMI-MEDIUM (2.0-3.99) 2026 376 1776 221 2043 1016 96 377 301 1836 634
4 MEDIUM (4.0-9.99) 1477 245 1120 126 1242 693 55 216 174 1209 380
5 LARGE (10 AND ABOVE) 373 56 273 28 304 173 11 57 38 336 94
ALL GROUPS 9375 2069 10425 1082 17111 5551 588 2796 1900 11205 4412
Note:-Total May not Tally Due to Rounding Off. Cont’d/-

TABLE 4: ESTIMATED NUMBER OF OPERATIONAL HOLDINGS USING AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY BY MAJOR SIZE GROUPS
Number In '000 Units
Power Operated Implements
Zero-Till
Raised- Sugarcane
Sl. Seed-Cum- Strip-Till- Vegetable
Size Group(Ha) Power Tractor Bed Cutter
No. Self Propelled Ground Nut Fertilizer Drill Transplanter
Cage Wheel Maize Mounted Planter Planter
Reaper Decorticator Drill (Tractor (Tractor
Sheller Reaper (Tractor (Tractor
(Tractor Drawn) Driven)
Drawn) Drawn)
Drawn)
1 2 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56
1 MARGINAL (BELOW 1.0 ) 1516 607 572 144 387 150 130 62 165 1040
2 SMALL (1.0-1.99) 628 348 421 71 220 58 84 32 51 215
3 SEMI-MEDIUM (2.0-3.99) 352 195 306 51 163 43 92 22 30 118
4 MEDIUM (4.0-9.99) 132 93 145 28 113 24 64 12 14 35
5 LARGE (10 AND ABOVE) 18 18 21 5 28 5 14 3 3 2
ALL GROUPS 2647 1263 1465 299 911 280 385 132 263 1410

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Note:-Total May not Tally Due to Rounding Off. Cont’d/-
TABLE 4: ESTIMATED NUMBER OF OPERATIONAL HOLDINGS USING AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY BY MAJOR SIZE GROUPS
Number In '000 Units
Power Operated Implements Miscelleneous

Pneumatic Straw Disc Sprinkler


Sl. No. Size Group(Ha) Power Weeder
Aero-Blast Planter Self Propelled Rice Combines Plough Used For Drip Irrigation
(Self Others
Sprayer (Tractor Transplanter (Tractor (Tractor Irrigation Set
Propelled)
Drawn) Drawn) Drawn) Purposes

1 2 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65
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1 MARGINAL (BELOW 1.0 ) 737 299 90 71 215 728 1688 1314 1316
2 SMALL (1.0-1.99) 216 115 29 20 87 291 687 984 743
3 SEMI-MEDIUM (2.0-3.99) 101 61 21 14 102 178 413 724 505
4 MEDIUM (4.0-9.99) 41 31 11 7 90 92 194 362 222
5 LARGE (10 AND ABOVE) 4 3 2 1 28 18 32 60 27
ALL GROUPS 1099 509 154 113 522 1307 3014 3444 2812
Note:-Total May not Tally Due to Rounding Off.

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TABLE 5 : ESTIMATED INSTITUTIONAL CREDIT TAKEN FOR AGRICULTURAL PURPOSES BY SIZE GROUPS

Number in ‘000 Units


Amount in ‘000 ₹

Estimated No. of No. Of operational holdings that took credit Amount of institutional credit taken
Total No. of operational from (in ₹)
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Sl. No. Size Group(ha) operational holdings that


holdings took institutional
credit PLDB/* PACS*
PACS* CBB* RRBB*
SLDB SL** ML** LL**
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
1 MARGINAL (BELOW 1.0 ) 92688 26508 10807 767 12112 3673 224081484 0 0
2 SMALL (1.0-1.99) 24746 11021 5489 478 3673 1935 186124477 0 0
3 SEMI-MEDIUM (2.0-3.99) 13869 6583 3471 309 1980 1280 174060664 0 0
4 MEDIUM (4.0-9.99) 5854 3011 1676 162 818 664 132382149 0 0
5 LARGE (10 AND ABOVE) 953 500 285 36 119 143 31529766 0 0
ALL GROUPS 138110 47623 21728 1751 18702 7694 748178539 0 0
Note:-Total May not Tally Due to Rounding Off. Cont’d/-
* PACS: PRIMARY AGRICULTURAL CREDIT SOCIETY ** SL: SHORT-TERM LOANS
PLDB: PRIMARY LAND DEVELOPMENT BANK/BRANCH OF STATE LAND DEVELOPMENT BANK ML: MEDIUM-TERM LOANS
CBB: COMMERCIAL BANK BRANCH LL: LONG-TERM LOANS GIVEN BY COMMERCIAL BANKS/REGIONAL RURAL BANKS
RRBB: REGIONAL RURAL BANK BRANCH BANKS/REGIONAL RURAL BANKS

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TABLE 5 : ESTIMATED INSTITUTIONAL CREDIT TAKEN FOR AGRICULTURAL PURPOSES BY SIZE GROUPS

Number in ‘000 Units


Amount in ‘000 ₹
Amount of institutional credit taken (in ₹)
Sl.
Size Group (ha.) PLDB/SLDB* CBB* RRBB*
No.
SL** ML** LL** SL** ML** LL** SL** ML** LL**
1 2 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
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1 MARGINAL (BELOW 1.0 ) 0 53787656 11592764 260002386 127568368 48689659 96810506 65266958 19414262
2 SMALL (1.0-1.99) 0 38017952 10829601 108759553 70994547 26404425 74804759 31253788 19481062
3 SEMI-MEDIUM (2.0-3.99) 0 33952031 8188991 75563081 49339867 27358847 78963094 29592732 20571151
4 MEDIUM (4.0-9.99) 0 25649902 8350998 41480931 24571197 19136904 63717803 29715677 20231500
5 LARGE (10 AND ABOVE) 0 7126333 2880108 9318888 5055912 4655295 16805294 12227078 6456740
ALL GROUPS 0 158533874 41842462 495124838 277529892 126245130 331101456 168056233 86154715
Note:-Total May not Tally Due to Rounding Off. Cont’d/-
* PACS: PRIMARY AGRICULTURAL CREDIT SOCIETY ** SL: SHORT-TERM LOANS
PLDB: PRIMARY LAND DEVELOPMENT BANK/BRANCH OF STATE LAND DEVELOPMENT BANK ML: MEDIUM-TERM LOANS
CBB: COMMERCIAL BANK BRANCH LL: LONG-TERM LOANS GIVEN BY COMMERCIAL BANKS/REGIONAL RURAL BANKS
RRBB: REGIONAL RURAL BANK BRANCH BANKS/REGIONAL RURAL BANKS

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TABLE 5 : ESTIMATED INSTITUTIONAL CREDIT TAKEN FOR AGRICULTURAL PURPOSES BY SIZE GROUPS

Number in ‘000 Units


Amount in ‘000 ₹
Amount Of Institutional Credit Taken (In ₹) Short Term Loans
Value Of
The Value Of
Sl. No. Size Group (Ha.) SL** ML** LL** Quantity Quantity Given In Total (₹)
Total
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(9+12+15+18) (10+13+16+19) (11+14+17+20) Of Of Other Cash (₹)


Fertilizer Inputs (₹)
Given (₹)
1 2 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28
1 MARGINAL (BELOW 1.0 ) 580894376 246622982 79696685 907214042 180460253 47558292 352875831 580894376
2 SMALL (1.0-1.99) 369688789 140266287 56715088 566670164 75991901 28414476 265282412 369688789
3 SEMI-MEDIUM (2.0-3.99) 328586838 112884630 56118990 497590458 59879321 22917963 245789554 328586838
4 MEDIUM (4.0-9.99) 237580883 79936777 47719402 365237061 41824171 16565947 179190765 237580883
5 LARGE (10 AND ABOVE) 57653948 24409324 13992143 96055415 8480144 3371911 45801892 57653948
ALL GROUPS 1574404834 604119999 254242307 2432767140 366635791 118828589 1088940454 1574404834
Note:-Total May not Tally Due to Rounding Off.
* PACS: PRIMARY AGRICULTURAL CREDIT SOCIETY ** SL: SHORT-TERM LOANS
PLDB: PRIMARY LAND DEVELOPMENT BANK/BRANCH OF STATE LAND DEVELOPMENT BANK ML: MEDIUM-TERM LOANS
CBB: COMMERCIAL BANK BRANCH LL: LONG-TERM LOANS GIVEN BY COMMERCIAL BANKS/REGIONAL RURAL BANKS
RRBB: REGIONAL RURAL BANK BRANCH BANKS/REGIONAL RURAL BANKS

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TABLE 6 : ESTIMATED NUMBER OF OPERATIONAL HOLDINGS WHO USED CERTIFIED SEEDS FOR AGRICULTURAL PURPOSE
Number in ‘000 Units
No. of Source wise No. of holders who purchased certified seed
No. of No. of No. of
Total No. holdings
holdings holdings holdings Depart- Private
Sl. of opera- who have Seed State Agri. Coopera- Private
Size Groups (ha.) tional
using using using
taken ment of Seed
No. certified notified hybrid Agricul-
Corpora- University tives/ Seed
Dealers/
Total
holdings foundation tion Farms Federations Companies
seeds seeds seeds ture Retailers
prog.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
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1 MARGINAL(BELOW 1.0 ) 92688 32898 22837 7666 2749 13470 4076 677 6254 5791 17573 32898
2 SMALL (1.0-1.99) 24746 11611 7784 3146 1018 4901 1507 346 1909 2345 7373 11611
3 SEMI-MEDIUM (2.0-3.99) 13869 6792 4518 1864 671 2994 943 279 1112 1497 4418 6792
4 MEDIUM (4.0-9.99) 5854 2771 1839 795 291 1268 438 184 456 674 1845 2771
5 LARGE (10 AND ABOVE) 953 359 253 122 36 176 59 36 46 89 242 359
ALL GROUPS 138110 54432 37231 13592 4765 22809 7022 1522 9778 10395 31450 54432
Note:-Total May not Tally Due to Rounding Off. Cont’d/-

TABLE 6 : ESTIMATED NUMBER OF OPERATIONAL HOLDINGS WHO USED CERTIFIED SEEDS FOR AGRICULTURAL PURPOSE

Number in ‘000 Units


No. of
No. of No. of No. of No. Of holders who encountered problem of seed quality
holdings
Total No. of holdings holdings holdings
who have
Sl. No. Size Groups (ha.) operational using using using
taken Germi-
holdings certified notified hybrid Varietal Physical Insect Other
foundation nation Total
seeds seeds seeds Impurity Impurities Damage Problem
prog. Failure
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 15 16 17 18 19 20
1 MARGINAL (BELOW 1.0 ) 92688 32898 22837 7666 2749 233 186 90 135 77 697
2 SMALL (1.0-1.99) 24746 11611 7784 3146 1018 111 86 25 53 28 283
3 SEMI-MEDIUM (2.0-3.99) 13869 6792 4518 1864 671 107 79 18 34 19 237
4 MEDIUM (4.0-9.99) 5854 2771 1839 795 291 70 54 8 16 9 146
5 LARGE (10 AND ABOVE) 953 359 253 122 36 13 11 1 1 2 27
ALL GROUPS 138110 54432 37231 13592 4765 534 417 142 239 135 1389
Note:-Total May not Tally Due to Rounding Off.

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TABLE 7 : NUMBER OF OPERATIONAL HOLDINGS BY USUAL METHODS OF PEST CONTROL
Number in ‘000 Units

Exclusive
Total No. Of
Total Total Agro-
Number Of Holdings
Number Total Area Economic
Sl. Operational Which Mechanical Biological Chemical No
Size Group(Ha) Of Operated Covered & Others
No. Holdings Adopted Control Methods Methods Efforts
Operational Area Under Cultural
Performed Pest
Holding Soil Test Practices
Soil Test Control
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Method

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 MARGINAL (BELOW 1.0 ) 92688 37242 5310 2162 64639 11578 4327 3731 55063 2108 28049
2 SMALL (1.0-1.99) 24746 34872 1923 2465 19858 3795 973 961 17388 388 4889
3 SEMI-MEDIUM (2.0-3.99) 13869 37369 1210 2888 11294 2273 584 509 9844 212 2575
4 MEDIUM (4.0-9.99) 5854 33387 619 2684 4782 1077 285 210 4099 78 1072
5 LARGE (10 AND ABOVE) 953 14735 97 819 778 232 59 32 637 10 175
ALL GROUPS 138110 157605 9160 11017 101350 18956 6227 5444 87031 2796 36759
Note:-Total May not Tally Due to Rounding Off.

TABLE 8 : ESTIMATED NUMBER OF OPERATIONAL HOLDINGS BY EDUCATIONAL STATUS


Number in ‘000 Units
Educational qualifications of operational holders
Total No. of
Sl. Technical
Size Groups (ha) operational Upto Senior Graduate &
No. Illiterate Middle Secondary diploma below
holdings class V secondary above
degree level
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1 MARGINAL (BELOW 1.0 ) 92688 28987 20536 21691 14224 4477 1116 1657
2 SMALL (1.0-1.99) 24746 7483 5692 5332 3830 1430 348 632
3 SEMI-MEDIUM (2.0-3.99) 13869 4009 3213 3010 2198 864 172 403
4 MEDIUM (4.0-9.99) 5854 1674 1381 1202 928 375 83 211
5 LARGE (10 AND ABOVE) 953 296 214 179 147 58 15 44
ALL GROUPS 138110 42448 31037 31414 21326 7204 1733 2948
Note:-Total May not Tally Due to Rounding Off.

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Table 9 : Average Age of Operational Holder

Number in ‘000 Units


Distribution of operational holder (no.) In different age groups with avg. Age (years)
Total No. of
Sl. No. Size group (ha.) operational Age Group 6
Age Group 1 Age Group 2 Age Group 3 Age Group 4 Age Group 5 Avg. Age
holding (66 Yrs &
(18-30 Yrs) (31-40 Yrs) (41-50 Yrs) (51-60 Yrs) (61-65 Yrs) (Years)
Above)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
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1 MARGINAL (BELOW 1.0 ) 92688 2959 11249 32187 31622 9152 5518 50.08
2 SMALL (1.0-1.99) 24746 1070 3628 8049 7600 2821 1579 49.61
3 SEMI-MEDIUM (2.0-3.99) 13869 557 1766 4360 4380 1678 1128 50.47
4 MEDIUM (4.0-9.99) 5854 212 704 1705 1901 765 566 51.23
5 LARGE (10 AND ABOVE) 953 27 86 262 320 137 121 52.72
ALL GROUPS 138110 4826 17433 46564 45822 14552 8913 50.10
Note:-Total May not Tally Due to Rounding Off.

Table 10 : Average Size of Household of Operational Holders (no.)


Number in ‘000 Units
Size of household of operational holder (No.) with average
Total No. of
Sl. No. Size group (ha.) operational Family Family Family Family Family Family Family
Average
Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 Group 4 Group 5 Group 6 Group 7
holding Size
(Up to 3) (4-6) (7-9) (10-12) (13-15) (16-19) (20 & above)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
1 MARGINAL (BELOW 1.0 ) 92688 24955 48190 16674 2116 457 177 119 4.96
2 SMALL (1.0-1.99) 24746 7142 12441 4131 767 168 66 30 4.93
3 SEMI-MEDIUM (2.0-3.99) 13869 3521 6612 2971 546 152 47 21 5.28
4 MEDIUM (4.0-9.99) 5854 1468 2659 1310 287 81 30 18 5.45
5 LARGE (10 AND ABOVE) 953 277 421 165 61 18 7 4 5.36
ALL GROUPS 138110 37363 70323 25251 3778 875 328 192 5.01
Note:-Total May not Tally Due to Rounding Off.

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TABLE 1A : DISTRIBUTION OF NUMBER OF HOLDINGS, OPERATED AREA, PARCELS AND CROPPED AREA BY MAJOR SIZE GROUPS

Number in ‘00 Units


Marginal (below 1.00 ha.) Area in ‘00 Hect.
Average Net sown area Gross cropped area
Sl. Number of Operated Number of Number of Area
States/UTs Area per
No. holdings area parcels parcels per per Irrigated Unirrigated Total Irrigated Unirrigated Total
parcel
holdings holding

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
1 ANDHRA PRADESH 84234 38886 121198 1.44 0.32 0.46 17407 17194 34601 22759 20493 43251
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2 ARUNACHAL PRADESH 193 121 308 1.60 0.39 0.63 14 90 104 14 99 113
3 ASSAM 18299 9465 43950 2.40 0.22 0.52 398 8778 9175 426 10073 10499
4 BIHAR 147245 37929 280121 1.90 0.14 0.26 17643 13452 31095 26847 16485 43332
5 CHATTISGARH 21826 9979 41591 1.91 0.24 0.46 3044 6517 9560 3381 7982 11363
6 GOA 599 278 657 1.10 0.42 0.46 80 195 275 80 199 279
7 GUJARAT 18141 10306 19892 1.10 0.52 0.57 4471 5447 9919 4623 6149 10772
8 HARYANA 7723 4365 7739 1.00 0.56 0.57 3874 462 4336 7798 527 8325
9 HIMACHAL PRADESH 6700 2544 33582 5.01 0.08 0.38 302 1498 1799 517 2653 3170
10 JAMMU & KASHMIR 12050 4194 32318 2.68 0.13 0.35 1973 1835 3808 2577 2746 5324
11 JHARKHAND 18457 7503 31870 1.73 0.24 0.41 308 2222 2530 316 2484 2801
12 KARNATAKA 38429 18753 51536 1.34 0.36 0.49 4799 12724 17522 5558 13565 19123
13 KERALA 65312 9304 72971 1.12 0.13 0.14 1861 5706 7566 1996 6740 8736
14 MADHYA PRADESH 38903 20031 67126 1.73 0.30 0.51 7463 11968 19431 8160 19170 27329
15 MAHARASHTRA 66984 33199 88019 1.31 0.38 0.50 5985 24749 30734 8508 32249 40758
16 MANIPUR 767 387 779 1.02 0.50 0.50 95 292 386 103 428 531
17 MEGHALAYA 1023 606 1469 1.44 0.41 0.59 161 419 579 161 528 689
18 MIZORAM 501 310 555 1.11 0.56 0.62 33 277 310 33 318 351
19 NAGALAND 64 38 67 1.05 0.56 0.59 7 13 20 7 15 21
20 ODISHA 33679 19190 58008 1.72 0.33 0.57 5041 13745 18787 5883 16619 22502
21 PUNJAB 1644 1043 1684 1.02 0.62 0.63 1031 12 1042 2014 23 2037
22 RAJASTHAN 25077 13180 48406 1.93 0.27 0.53 6368 5753 12121 6925 11198 18123
23 SIKKIM 397 168 397 1.00 0.42 0.42 22 114 135 22 134 155
24 TAMIL NADU 62556 24012 89838 1.44 0.27 0.38 13035 7288 20323 13330 9436 22766
25 TRIPURA 4989 1389 6125 1.23 0.23 0.28 322 960 1282 383 1120 1503
26 UTTARAKHAND 6708 3058 15291 2.28 0.20 0.46 927 1780 2707 1558 2951 4510

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Average Net sown area Gross cropped area
Sl. Number of Operated Number of Number of Area
States/UTs Area per
No. holdings area parcels parcels per per Irrigated Unirrigated Total Irrigated Unirrigated Total
parcel
holdings holding

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
27 UTTAR PRADESH 185187 72618 255049 1.38 0.28 0.39 55941 12694 68636 85996 26592 112588
28 WEST BENGAL 58503 29273 138473 2.37 0.21 0.50 18040 10208 28248 29890 20224 50115
29 A & N ISLANDS 45 20 61 1.35 0.32 0.43 Neg 14 14 Neg 14 15
30 CHANDIGARH 5 2 13 2.77 0.17 0.47 2 0 2 4 1 4
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31 D & N HAVELI 82 46 134 1.64 0.35 0.57 1 45 46 1 45 46


32 DAMAN & DIU 77 20 282 3.66 0.07 0.26 0 18 18 0 19 19
33 DELHI 109 75 109 1.00 0.68 0.68 59 3 62 94 9 103
34 LAKSHADWEEP 90 16 301 3.34 0.05 0.18 0 14 14 0 14 14
35 PUDUCHERRY 283 109 307 1.08 0.35 0.38 69 23 91 121 35 156
ALL INDIA 926880 372417 1510225 1.63 0.25 0.40 170774 166507 337281 240085 231339 471424
Note:- (1) Total may not tally due to rounding off.

TABLE 1A : DISTRIBUTION OF NUMBER OF HOLDINGS, OPERATED AREA, PARCELS AND CROPPED AREA BY MAJOR SIZE GROUPS

Number in ‘00 Units


Small (1.00 – 1.99 ha.) Area in ‘00 Hect.
Average Net sown area Gross cropped area
Sl. Number of Operated Number of Number of Area
States/UTs Area per
No. holdings area parcels parcels per per Irrigated Unirrigated Total Irrigated Unirrigated Total
parcel
holdings holding

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
1 ANDHRA PRADESH 29174 40893 60046 2.06 0.68 1.40 16115 18799 34915 21112 20966 42077
2 ARUNACHAL PRADESH 190 263 353 1.86 0.75 1.38 41 152 193 41 195 236
3 ASSAM 4961 6363 15689 3.16 0.41 1.28 305 5839 6144 318 6676 6993
4 BIHAR 9447 11533 25033 2.65 0.46 1.22 5845 3906 9751 7990 4855 12845
5 CHATTISGARH 8311 11777 27048 3.25 0.44 1.42 3364 7823 11187 3942 9658 13599
6 GOA 98 173 151 1.54 1.15 1.77 54 117 171 54 119 173
7 GUJARAT 14282 20936 17841 1.25 1.17 1.47 8910 11551 20461 9415 13091 22506
8 HARYANA 3124 4529 3217 1.03 1.41 1.45 4069 400 4469 7979 531 8510

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9 HIMACHAL PRADESH 1745 2397 9202 5.27 0.26 1.37 268 1273 1541 464 2184 2648
Average Net sown area Gross cropped area
Sl. Number of Operated Number of Number of Area
States/UTs Area per
No. holdings area parcels parcels per per Irrigated Unirrigated Total Irrigated Unirrigated Total
parcel
holdings holding

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
10 JAMMU & KASHMIR 1669 2280 9912 5.94 0.23 1.37 837 1116 1953 1211 1725 2937
11 JHARKHAND 4280 5832 9081 2.12 0.64 1.36 224 1787 2011 228 1981 2209
12 KARNATAKA 21360 30813 36411 1.70 0.85 1.44 8594 20060 28654 10209 22041 32250
13 KERALA 1759 2391 3277 1.86 0.73 1.36 582 1599 2181 611 1980 2591
All India Report on Input Survey 2011-12

14 MADHYA PRADESH 24482 34816 64838 2.65 0.54 1.42 15137 18380 33517 16420 31971 48392
15 MAHARASHTRA 40474 57245 62128 1.54 0.92 1.41 9865 42369 52234 14300 55469 69769
16 MANIPUR 488 609 526 1.08 1.16 1.25 124 482 606 134 628 762
17 MEGHALAYA 576 742 929 1.61 0.80 1.29 177 519 696 177 655 833
18 MIZORAM 297 373 393 1.32 0.95 1.25 35 338 373 35 396 432
19 NAGALAND 202 257 249 1.23 1.03 1.27 49 76 126 49 86 136
20 ODISHA 9185 14517 24123 2.63 0.60 1.58 3800 10116 13916 4422 12034 16457
21 PUNJAB 1954 2708 2064 1.06 1.31 1.39 2687 21 2708 5277 43 5320
22 RAJASTHAN 15088 21700 48735 3.23 0.45 1.44 10366 9244 19610 11606 17607 29213
23 SIKKIM 168 216 168 1.00 1.28 1.28 39 115 154 39 143 182
24 TAMIL NADU 11786 15950 25816 2.19 0.62 1.35 8251 4438 12689 8483 5645 14128
25 TRIPURA 550 755 850 1.55 0.89 1.37 174 487 661 186 546 732
26 UTTARAKHAND 1571 2140 4689 2.99 0.46 1.36 764 1069 1833 1301 1697 2998
27 UTTAR PRADESH 30308 41052 75779 2.50 0.54 1.35 32463 6780 39243 47788 13586 61374
28 WEST BENGAL 9791 15275 50892 5.20 0.30 1.56 9441 5234 14674 15850 9951 25801
29 A & N ISLANDS 24 35 41 1.73 0.85 1.48 0 23 23 0 23 23
30 CHANDIGARH 1 2 4 3.26 0.43 1.41 2 0 2 3 1 3
31 D & N HAVELI 39 50 107 2.75 0.46 1.27 2 47 49 2 47 49
32 DAMAN & DIU 5 5 26 5.64 0.21 1.20 Neg 5 5 Neg 5 5
33 DELHI 41 52 42 1.02 1.25 1.28 38 2 40 55 6 61
34 LAKSHADWEEP 2 3 11 4.44 0.31 1.37 0 3 3 0 3 3
35 PUDUCHERRY 27 37 58 2.13 0.63 1.34 30 2 32 48 8 56
ALL INDIA 247461 348720 579730 2.34 0.60 1.41 142652 174172 316824 189751 236553 426303
Note:- (1) Total may not tally due to rounding off.

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TABLE 1A : DISTRIBUTION OF NUMBER OF HOLDINGS, OPERATED AREA, PARCELS AND CROPPED AREA BY MAJOR SIZE GROUPS

Number in ‘00 Units


Semi-medium (2.00 – 3.99 ha.) Area in ‘00 Hect.
Average Net sown area Gross cropped area
Sl. Number of Operated Number of Number of Area
States/UTs Area per
No. holdings area parcels parcels per per Irrigated Unirrigated Total Irrigated Unirrigated Total
parcel
holdings holding

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
1 ANDHRA PRADESH 13980 36602 36264 2.59 1.01 2.62 12827 17125 29952 16240 18672 34912
All India Report on Input Survey 2011-12

2 ARUNACHAL PRADESH 339 937 724 2.14 1.29 2.76 131 382 513 131 532 663
3 ASSAM 3031 7379 12156 4.01 0.61 2.43 368 6780 7148 391 7665 8056
4 BIHAR 4126 9911 12761 3.09 0.78 2.40 5038 3224 8262 6886 4064 10950
5 CHATTISGARH 5029 13425 18340 3.65 0.73 2.67 3541 9049 12590 4182 11039 15222
6 GOA 57 168 88 1.55 1.91 2.96 68 96 165 68 98 166
7 GUJARAT 10787 30203 16662 1.54 1.81 2.80 12804 16800 29604 13693 19002 32696
8 HARYANA 2815 8041 2989 1.06 2.69 2.86 7326 609 7935 14235 818 15053
9 HIMACHAL PRADESH 848 2244 4721 5.57 0.48 2.65 251 981 1232 430 1737 2166
10 JAMMU & KASHMIR 635 1667 5340 8.41 0.31 2.62 507 856 1362 772 1411 2183
11 JHARKHAND 2820 7681 6545 2.32 1.17 2.72 277 2324 2601 283 2564 2847
12 KARNATAKA 12651 34508 28233 2.23 1.22 2.73 9790 21212 31002 11529 23809 35338
13 KERALA 549 1426 1123 2.04 1.27 2.60 387 930 1317 416 1179 1595
14 MADHYA PRADESH 16544 44904 61937 3.74 0.72 2.71 20195 22766 42961 21899 40489 62388
15 MAHARASHTRA 21549 57510 41570 1.93 1.38 2.67 9732 41078 50810 13924 53717 67641
16 MANIPUR 222 560 272 1.22 2.06 2.52 76 484 559 85 606 691
17 MEGHALAYA 404 1026 684 1.69 1.50 2.54 196 726 922 196 918 1113
18 MIZORAM 99 241 161 1.63 1.50 2.43 25 217 241 25 247 272
19 NAGALAND 483 1301 628 1.30 2.07 2.69 154 381 536 155 450 605
20 ODISHA 3111 9264 10239 3.29 0.90 2.98 2478 6221 8699 2860 7206 10066
21 PUNJAB 3244 8560 3612 1.11 2.37 2.64 8511 47 8559 16777 97 16874
22 RAJASTHAN 13326 37564 58701 4.41 0.64 2.82 16340 17174 33514 19008 29503 48511
23 SIKKIM 108 282 108 1.00 2.62 2.62 57 148 205 57 192 248
24 TAMIL NADU 5000 13177 14733 2.95 0.89 2.64 6493 3519 10012 6716 4471 11187
25 TRIPURA 215 547 359 1.67 1.53 2.55 100 379 479 102 417 520
26 UTTARAKHAND 646 1725 1932 2.99 0.89 2.67 839 610 1448 1441 960 2401

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Average Net sown area Gross cropped area
Sl. Number of Operated Number of Number of Area
States/UTs Area per
No. holdings area parcels parcels per per Irrigated Unirrigated Total Irrigated Unirrigated Total
parcel
holdings holding

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
27 UTTAR PRADESH 13309 35373 52388 3.94 0.68 2.66 27949 5605 33554 39669 11345 51014
28 WEST BENGAL 2669 7225 19334 7.24 0.37 2.71 4202 2650 6852 6948 4477 11424
29 A & N ISLANDS 31 81 80 2.58 1.02 2.63 1 51 51 1 51 52
30 CHANDIGARH 1 2 3 3.56 0.79 2.81 2 0 2 4 1 4
All India Report on Input Survey 2011-12

31 D & N HAVELI 18 47 64 3.56 0.74 2.63 2 45 47 2 45 47


32 DAMAN & DIU 1 3 9 6.98 0.32 2.27 Neg 2 3 Neg 2 3
33 DELHI 29 68 29 1.00 2.35 2.35 51 2 53 87 6 93
34 LAKSHADWEEP 1 3 5 4.55 0.55 2.50 0 3 3 0 3 3
35 PUDUCHERRY 14 35 40 2.85 0.87 2.49 28 3 31 42 11 53
ALL INDIA 138691 373693 412834 2.98 0.91 2.69 150746 182476 333222 199254 247802 447057
Note:- (1) Total may not tally due to rounding off.

TABLE 1A : DISTRIBUTION OF NUMBER OF HOLDINGS, OPERATED AREA, PARCELS AND CROPPED AREA BY MAJOR SIZE GROUPS

Number in ‘00 Units


Medium (4.00 – 9.99 ha.) Area in ‘00 Hect.
Average Net sown area Gross cropped area
Sl. Number of Operated Number of Number of Area
States/UTs Area per
No. holdings area parcels parcels per per Irrigated Unirrigated Total Irrigated Unirrigated Total
parcel
holdings holding

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
1 ANDHRA PRADESH 3960 21444 13771 3.48 1.56 5.42 6721 9705 16426 8347 10354 18701
2 ARUNACHAL PRADESH 279 1544 681 2.44 2.27 5.54 224 426 649 239 614 853
3 ASSAM 843 3858 4033 4.78 0.96 4.57 209 3534 3743 220 3996 4216
4 BIHAR 807 3913 2956 3.66 1.32 4.85 1866 1269 3135 2637 1524 4161
5 CHATTISGARH 2018 11415 9778 4.85 1.17 5.66 2767 7747 10514 3353 9320 12673
6 GOA 20 124 32 1.60 3.88 6.22 75 44 119 75 45 120
7 GUJARAT 5119 30002 10136 1.98 2.96 5.86 11783 17646 29430 12583 19805 32387
8 HARYANA 1916 11267 2138 1.12 5.27 5.88 10291 827 11118 19872 1139 21012

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9 HIMACHAL PRADESH 275 1518 1733 6.31 0.88 5.52 192 487 680 314 873 1187
Average Net sown area Gross cropped area
Sl. Number of Operated Number of Number of Area
States/UTs Area per
No. holdings area parcels parcels per per Irrigated Unirrigated Total Irrigated Unirrigated Total
parcel
holdings holding

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
10 JAMMU & KASHMIR 113 599 1346 11.88 0.45 5.29 158 298 455 244 528 772
11 JHARKHAND 1281 7370 3177 2.48 2.32 5.75 273 2260 2533 278 2485 2763
12 KARNATAKA 5092 29015 15590 3.06 1.86 5.70 8086 17484 25570 9520 19457 28977
13 KERALA 112 582 251 2.24 2.32 5.21 178 356 534 194 446 640
All India Report on Input Survey 2011-12

14 MADHYA PRADESH 7887 45000 41293 5.24 1.09 5.71 20484 21881 42365 22219 39711 61930
15 MAHARASHTRA 7072 39006 17919 2.53 2.18 5.52 6053 26340 32393 8736 34187 42923
16 MANIPUR 27 139 42 1.55 3.28 5.08 19 119 138 22 146 168
17 MEGHALAYA 83 443 161 1.94 2.75 5.34 69 286 355 70 360 430
18 MIZORAM 17 92 22 1.28 4.17 5.35 6 85 92 6 96 102
19 NAGALAND 778 4628 1419 1.82 3.26 5.95 334 1033 1367 341 1256 1597
20 ODISHA 635 3857 2586 4.07 1.49 6.07 1042 2421 3464 1239 2688 3927
21 PUNJAB 2981 17026 3752 1.26 4.54 5.71 16971 54 17025 33428 126 33554
22 RAJASTHAN 11248 68910 54695 4.86 1.26 6.13 24114 36549 60663 30489 51655 82144
23 SIKKIM 58 272 58 1.00 4.69 4.69 46 139 185 46 185 231
24 TAMIL NADU 1489 8112 5861 3.94 1.38 5.45 3721 1973 5695 3846 2441 6287
25 TRIPURA 27 137 58 2.13 2.35 5.02 15 102 118 16 109 125
26 UTTARAKHAND 172 936 530 3.08 1.77 5.44 603 187 791 1030 299 1329
27 UTTAR PRADESH 3962 21367 25891 6.54 0.83 5.39 14945 4055 19000 20422 7144 27566
28 WEST BENGAL 222 1089 2086 9.41 0.52 4.91 603 417 1020 998 600 1599
29 A & N ISLANDS 16 67 54 3.42 1.25 4.28 1 47 48 1 47 48
30 CHANDIGARH Neg 3 2 3.94 1.44 5.68 3 0 3 5 Neg 5
31 D & N HAVELI 7 43 31 4.30 1.36 5.85 6 36 42 6 36 42
32 DAMAN & DIU Neg 1 1 2.33 1.87 4.37 0 1 1 0 1 1
33 DELHI 15 72 15 1.00 4.74 4.74 52 3 55 77 7 84
34 LAKSHADWEEP Neg 1 1 4.68 1.08 5.05 0 1 1 0 1 1
35 PUDUCHERRY 4 21 12 2.84 1.78 5.05 18 1 18 24 3 27
ALL INDIA 58537 333871 222111 3.79 1.50 5.70 131931 157813 289744 180896 211687 392583
Note:- (1) Total may not tally due to rounding off.

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TABLE 1A : DISTRIBUTION OF NUMBER OF HOLDINGS, OPERATED AREA, PARCELS AND CROPPED AREA BY MAJOR SIZE GROUPS

Number in ‘00 Units


Large (10.00 ha. & above) Area in ‘00 Hect.
Average Net sown area Gross cropped area
Sl. Number of Operated Number of Number of Area
States/UTs Area per
No. holdings area parcels parcels per per Irrigated Unirrigated Total Irrigated Unirrigated Total
parcel
holdings holding

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
1 ANDHRA PRADESH 346 4600 1463 4.23 3.14 13.29 988 1917 2905 1188 1962 3150
All India Report on Input Survey 2011-12

2 ARUNACHAL PRADESH 65 963 183 2.82 5.25 14.82 73 310 383 73 410 483
3 ASSAM 17 332 79 4.69 4.22 19.78 21 303 324 22 362 384
4 BIHAR 30 377 135 4.57 2.80 12.78 197 110 307 295 122 416
5 CHATTISGARH 276 4195 1718 6.23 2.44 15.21 726 2979 3705 908 3475 4383
6 GOA 6 127 20 3.50 6.45 22.56 69 53 122 69 54 123
7 GUJARAT 477 6626 1421 2.98 4.66 13.90 2189 3985 6175 2368 4371 6739
8 HARYANA 423 6674 527 1.25 12.68 15.80 5839 709 6548 11052 979 12031
9 HIMACHAL PRADESH 32 763 222 6.95 3.44 23.95 62 171 233 110 332 442
10 JAMMU & KASHMIR 4 84 64 15.93 1.32 21.08 10 60 70 13 87 100
11 JHARKHAND 201 3137 507 2.52 6.19 15.58 80 959 1039 82 1046 1128
12 KARNATAKA 663 9002 2846 4.29 3.16 13.58 2081 5348 7429 2331 6129 8460
13 KERALA 13 238 35 2.71 6.86 18.58 54 173 228 54 197 251
14 MADHYA PRADESH 884 13732 6332 7.17 2.17 15.54 5731 6901 12632 6217 11625 17841
15 MAHARASHTRA 661 9635 2544 3.85 3.79 14.58 915 5851 6766 1313 7641 8954
16 MANIPUR Neg 4 1 1.68 6.22 10.42 0 4 4 0 5 5
17 MEGHALAYA 2 42 5 2.31 7.80 18.02 5 17 22 5 21 27
18 MIZORAM 3 35 6 2.16 6.35 13.70 4 31 35 4 37 41
19 NAGALAND 251 4502 616 2.45 7.31 17.93 199 1042 1241 209 1226 1435
20 ODISHA 45 807 223 4.95 3.61 17.90 367 326 693 414 360 774
21 PUNJAB 694 10167 1110 1.60 9.16 14.65 10144 20 10164 19903 53 19956
22 RAJASTHAN 4017 65748 21503 5.35 3.06 16.37 14696 39345 54041 19726 47565 67290
23 SIKKIM 7 102 7 1.00 14.33 14.33 13 60 72 13 79 92
24 TAMIL NADU 156 2302 990 6.32 2.33 14.71 759 620 1379 772 709 1481
25 TRIPURA 1 11 4 4.90 2.83 13.86 1 7 8 1 7 8
26 UTTARAKHAND 10 164 36 3.71 4.52 16.79 126 22 148 244 32 276

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Average Net sown area Gross cropped area
Sl. Number of Operated Number of Number of Area
States/UTs Area per
No. holdings area parcels parcels per per Irrigated Unirrigated Total Irrigated Unirrigated Total
parcel
holdings holding

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
27 UTTAR PRADESH 245 2935 5582 22.77 0.53 11.97 2034 676 2709 2559 1288 3847
28 WEST BENGAL Neg 5 2 4.42 2.56 11.29 1 4 5 2 4 6
29 A & N ISLANDS Neg Neg Neg 6.50 2.77 18.00 0 Neg Neg 0 Neg Neg
30 CHANDIGARH Neg Neg Neg 3.67 3.00 11.00 Neg 0 Neg 1 Neg 1
All India Report on Input Survey 2011-12

31 D & N HAVELI 1 16 6 6.00 2.58 15.51 6 9 15 6 9 15


32 DAMAN & DIU Neg 1 Neg 2.00 5.00 10.00 0 Neg Neg 0 Neg Neg
33 DELHI 1 18 2 1.68 7.36 12.37 15 1 15 29 1 30
34 LAKSHADWEEP Neg Neg Neg 1.00 10.00 10.00 0 Neg Neg 0 Neg Neg
35 PUDUCHERRY Neg 4 1 4.34 3.15 13.69 3 Neg 3 5 1 6
ALL INDIA 9530 147351 48188 5.06 3.06 15.46 47411 72013 119424 69988 90190 160179
Note:- (1) Total may not tally due to rounding off.

TABLE 1A : DISTRIBUTION OF NUMBER OF HOLDINGS, OPERATED AREA, PARCELS AND CROPPED AREA BY MAJOR SIZE GROUPS

Number in ‘00 Units


All Groups Area in ‘00 Hect.
Average Net sown area Gross cropped area
Sl. Number of Operated Number of Number of Area
States/UTs Area per
No. holdings area parcels parcels per per Irrigated Unirrigated Total Irrigated Unirrigated Total
parcel
holdings holding

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
1 ANDHRA PRADESH 131694 142425 232742 1.77 0.61 1.08 54059 64740 118799 69645 72447 142092
2 ARUNACHAL PRADESH 1065 3829 2249 2.11 1.70 3.59 482 1360 1842 497 1852 2349
3 ASSAM 27152 27397 75908 2.80 0.36 1.01 1301 25234 26535 1376 28771 30148
4 BIHAR 161655 63664 321007 1.99 0.20 0.39 30589 21962 52551 44655 27050 71705
5 CHATTISGARH 37460 50792 98475 2.63 0.52 1.36 13442 34113 47555 15765 41474 57240
6 GOA 779 870 947 1.22 0.92 1.12 347 505 852 347 515 862
7 GUJARAT 48806 98073 65952 1.35 1.49 2.01 40158 55431 95588 42682 62418 105100
8 HARYANA 16001 34876 16609 1.04 2.10 2.18 31399 3007 34406 60937 3994 64931

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9 HIMACHAL PRADESH 9599 9466 49459 5.15 0.19 0.99 1074 4410 5485 1835 7779 9613
Average Net sown area Gross cropped area
Sl. Number of Operated Number of Number of Area
States/UTs Area per
No. holdings area parcels parcels per per Irrigated Unirrigated Total Irrigated Unirrigated Total
parcel
holdings holding

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
10 JAMMU & KASHMIR 14471 8824 48980 3.38 0.18 0.61 3484 4164 7648 4818 6497 11314
11 JHARKHAND 27039 31523 51179 1.89 0.62 1.17 1163 9551 10714 1187 10561 11748
12 KARNATAKA 78196 122090 134617 1.72 0.91 1.56 33350 76828 110178 39147 85001 124148
13 KERALA 67745 13942 77657 1.15 0.18 0.21 3061 8765 11826 3271 10542 13813
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14 MADHYA PRADESH 88700 158484 241526 2.72 0.66 1.79 69011 81895 150906 74916 142965 217881
15 MAHARASHTRA 136739 196595 212179 1.55 0.93 1.44 32551 140387 172938 46782 183264 230045
16 MANIPUR 1506 1698 1620 1.08 1.05 1.13 313 1381 1694 344 1813 2157
17 MEGHALAYA 2088 2858 3249 1.56 0.88 1.37 608 1966 2574 609 2483 3092
18 MIZORAM 917 1051 1137 1.24 0.92 1.15 104 947 1051 104 1094 1198
19 NAGALAND 1778 10725 2979 1.68 3.60 6.03 744 2547 3290 762 3033 3795
20 ODISHA 46656 47635 95180 2.04 0.50 1.02 12729 32829 45558 14818 38907 53725
21 PUNJAB 10516 39503 12221 1.16 3.23 3.76 39344 154 39498 77398 343 77741
22 RAJASTHAN 68756 207102 232040 3.37 0.89 3.01 71884 108065 179949 87754 157528 245282
23 SIKKIM 739 1041 739 1.00 1.41 1.41 177 575 751 177 732 909
24 TAMIL NADU 80987 63554 137237 1.69 0.46 0.78 32259 17839 50098 33146 22703 55850
25 TRIPURA 5782 2840 7396 1.28 0.38 0.49 613 1935 2548 689 2199 2887
26 UTTARAKHAND 9106 8023 22478 2.47 0.36 0.88 3260 3667 6927 5574 5940 11515
27 UTTAR PRADESH 233010 173346 414689 1.78 0.42 0.74 133332 29809 163141 196434 59956 256390
28 WEST BENGAL 71185 52866 210787 2.96 0.25 0.74 32287 18512 50800 53689 35256 88945
29 A & N ISLANDS 116 204 236 2.04 0.86 1.76 2 135 137 2 136 138
30 CHANDIGARH 7 9 22 3.03 0.43 1.29 9 0 9 15 2 18
31 D & N HAVELI 147 201 342 2.33 0.59 1.37 17 181 198 17 182 198
32 DAMAN & DIU 83 31 318 3.82 0.10 0.37 Neg 27 27 Neg 28 28
33 DELHI 196 285 198 1.01 1.44 1.46 215 11 226 342 29 370
34 LAKSHADWEEP 94 23 318 3.39 0.07 0.25 0 21 21 0 21 21
35 PUDUCHERRY 329 205 418 1.27 0.49 0.62 147 29 176 241 58 299
ALL INDIA 1381099 1576051 2773087 2.01 0.57 1.14 643514 752981 1396495 879975 1017571 1897546
Note:- (1) Total may not tally due to rounding off.

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TABLE 1B : DISTRIBUTION OF AREA CROPPED ONCE AND MORE THAN ONCE IN IRRIGATED AND UNIRRIGATED AREAS BY MAJOR SIZE
GROUPS

Marginal (below 1.00 ha.) Area in ‘00 Hect.


Net irrigated area Net unirrigated area
Cropped twice Cropped more than twice
Sl.No. States/UTs Cropped
Cropped More than Cropped
One crop Two crops One crop Two crops Total more than Total
once two crops once
irrigated irrigated irrigated irrigated once
irrigated
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
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1 ANDHRA PRADESH 9276 2739 5242 42 107 1 17407 16825 369 17194
2 ARUNACHAL PRADESH 10 4 0 0 0 0 14 85 5 90
3 ASSAM 299 70 28 0 0 0 398 7553 1225 8778
4 BIHAR 7416 1124 8930 23 25 125 17643 11614 1838 13452
5 CHATTISGARH 1900 764 251 64 43 22 3044 5987 530 6517
6 GOA 80 0 0 0 0 0 80 191 4 195
7 GUJARAT 3645 675 152 0 0 0 4471 5421 27 5447
8 HARYANA 308 22 3162 0 0 381 3874 420 42 462
9 HIMACHAL PRADESH 58 28 215 0 0 0 302 370 1128 1498
10 JAMMU & KASHMIR 1280 89 604 0 0 0 1973 1012 823 1835
11 JHARKHAND 250 50 8 0 0 0 308 2010 212 2222
12 KARNATAKA 3957 90 744 0 0 8 4799 11973 751 12724
13 KERALA 1588 142 119 3 1 8 1861 4821 884 5706
14 MADHYA PRADESH 3237 3470 546 70 131 9 7463 8508 3460 11968
15 MAHARASHTRA 3933 5 1573 0 0 475 5985 17253 7496 24749
16 MANIPUR 47 39 8 0 0 0 95 194 97 292
17 MEGHALAYA 161 0 0 0 0 0 161 309 110 419
18 MIZORAM 33 0 0 0 0 0 33 236 41 277
19 NAGALAND 7 0 0 0 0 0 7 12 1 13
20 ODISHA 2783 1416 826 6 4 6 5041 12304 1442 13745
21 PUNJAB 47 Neg 983 0 0 0 1031 0 12 12
22 RAJASTHAN 1284 4530 538 2 9 5 6368 4851 903 5753
23 SIKKIM 17 5 0 0 0 0 22 98 16 114
24 TAMIL NADU 11586 1198 159 0 47 44 13035 6385 903 7288
25 TRIPURA 245 18 57 0 0 2 322 819 142 960

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26 UTTARAKHAND 306 15 582 0 0 25 927 623 1157 1780
Net irrigated area Net unirrigated area
Cropped twice Cropped more than twice
Sl.No. States/UTs Cropped
Cropped More than Cropped
One crop Two crops One crop Two crops Total more than Total
once two crops once
irrigated irrigated irrigated irrigated once
irrigated
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
27 UTTAR PRADESH 18311 7789 29524 1 103 214 55941 6690 6004 12694
28 WEST BENGAL 2613 5387 5312 256 2404 2067 18040 8495 1713 10208
29 A & N ISLANDS Neg 0 0 0 0 0 Neg 14 Neg 14
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30 CHANDIGARH 0 1 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0
31 D & N HAVELI 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 45 Neg 45
32 DAMAN & DIU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 18 1 18
33 DELHI 20 4 35 0 0 0 59 1 2 3
34 LAKSHADWEEP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 0 14
35 PUDUCHERRY 27 1 17 0 12 12 69 23 0 23
ALL INDIA 74725 29674 59617 467 2885 3405 170774 135169 31338 166507
Note:- (1) Total may not tally due to rounding off.

TABLE 1B : DISTRIBUTION OF AREA CROPPED ONCE AND MORE THAN ONCE IN IRRIGATED AND UNIRRIGATED AREAS BY MAJOR SIZE
GROUPS
Small (1.00 – 1.99 ha.) Area in ‘00 Hect.
Net irrigated area Net unirrigated area
Cropped twice Cropped more than twice
Sl.No. States/UTs Cropped
Cropped More than Cropped
One crop Two crops One crop Two crops Total more than Total
once two crops once
irrigated irrigated irrigated irrigated once
irrigated
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
1 ANDHRA PRADESH 9290 1821 4919 10 74 1 16115 18547 252 18799
2 ARUNACHAL PRADESH 18 23 0 0 0 0 41 132 20 152
3 ASSAM 241 52 13 0 0 0 305 5054 785 5839
4 BIHAR 3389 331 2103 1 1 20 5845 3291 615 3906
5 CHATTISGARH 1833 905 496 69 41 20 3364 7071 752 7823
6 GOA 54 0 0 0 0 0 54 115 2 117
7 GUJARAT 6893 1512 505 0 0 0 8910 11524 28 11551

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8 HARYANA 365 41 3415 0 0 247 4069 310 90 400
Net irrigated area Net unirrigated area
Cropped twice Cropped more than twice
Sl.No. States/UTs Cropped
Cropped More than Cropped
One crop Two crops One crop Two crops Total more than Total
once two crops once
irrigated irrigated irrigated irrigated once
irrigated
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
9 HIMACHAL PRADESH 53 18 196 0 0 0 268 381 892 1273
10 JAMMU & KASHMIR 416 46 374 0 0 0 837 553 563 1116
11 JHARKHAND 180 40 4 0 0 0 224 1632 154 1787
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12 KARNATAKA 6849 151 1572 0 0 21 8594 18230 1830 20060


13 KERALA 468 85 27 Neg 2 Neg 582 1305 294 1599
14 MADHYA PRADESH 5994 7710 1092 158 176 8 15137 12989 5390 18380
15 MAHARASHTRA 6314 25 2617 0 0 909 9865 29293 13076 42369
16 MANIPUR 94 19 11 0 0 0 124 356 126 482
17 MEGHALAYA 177 0 0 0 0 0 177 382 137 519
18 MIZORAM 35 0 0 0 0 0 35 279 59 338
19 NAGALAND 49 0 0 0 0 0 49 66 10 76
20 ODISHA 2065 1113 613 4 2 4 3800 9321 795 10116
21 PUNJAB 97 1 2589 0 0 Neg 2687 0 21 21
22 RAJASTHAN 2234 6903 1193 2 23 12 10366 7810 1434 9244
23 SIKKIM 30 10 0 0 0 0 39 96 18 115
24 TAMIL NADU 7362 685 127 0 49 28 8251 3965 473 4438
25 TRIPURA 154 10 8 0 0 2 174 438 49 487
26 UTTARAKHAND 254 9 464 0 1 36 764 450 619 1069
27 UTTAR PRADESH 13095 4166 15032 0 48 123 32463 4187 2593 6780
28 WEST BENGAL 1563 2378 3211 156 1067 1066 9441 4274 960 5234
29 A & N ISLANDS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 22 Neg 23
30 CHANDIGARH 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0
31 D & N HAVELI 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 47 Neg 47
32 DAMAN & DIU Neg 0 0 0 0 0 Neg 4 Neg 5
33 DELHI 20 2 17 0 0 0 38 Neg 2 2
34 LAKSHADWEEP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 3
35 PUDUCHERRY 14 2 6 0 4 4 30 2 0 2
ALL INDIA 69603 28055 40605 400 1487 2503 142652 142132 32040 174172

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Note:- (1) Total may not tally due to rounding off.
TABLE 1B : DISTRIBUTION OF AREA CROPPED ONCE AND MORE THAN ONCE IN IRRIGATED AND UNIRRIGATED AREAS BY MAJOR SIZE
GROUPS

Semi-medium (2.00 – 3.99 ha.) Area in ‘00 Hect.


Net irrigated area Net unirrigated area
Cropped twice Cropped more than twice
Sl.No. States/UTs Cropped
Cropped More than Cropped
One crop Two crops One crop Two crops Total more than Total
once two crops once
irrigated irrigated irrigated irrigated once
irrigated
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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
1 ANDHRA PRADESH 8134 1274 3358 11 47 4 12827 16920 205 17125
2 ARUNACHAL PRADESH 41 90 0 0 0 0 131 321 61 382
3 ASSAM 285 61 23 0 0 0 368 5955 824 6780
4 BIHAR 2963 255 1786 3 Neg 31 5038 2646 578 3224
5 CHATTISGARH 1873 981 557 66 43 20 3541 8214 835 9049
6 GOA 68 0 0 0 0 0 68 95 2 96
7 GUJARAT 9804 2110 890 0 0 0 12804 16709 92 16800
8 HARYANA 645 100 6253 0 0 328 7326 499 110 609
9 HIMACHAL PRADESH 44 29 178 0 0 0 251 254 727 981
10 JAMMU & KASHMIR 186 55 265 0 0 0 507 356 500 856
11 JHARKHAND 223 49 6 0 0 0 277 2132 191 2324
12 KARNATAKA 7868 192 1722 0 0 8 9790 18807 2405 21212
13 KERALA 281 76 28 Neg 1 Neg 387 758 172 930
14 MADHYA PRADESH 8047 10205 1500 241 198 3 20195 15928 6837 22766
15 MAHARASHTRA 6310 28 2595 0 0 799 9732 28468 12610 41078
16 MANIPUR 59 7 9 0 0 0 76 369 115 484
17 MEGHALAYA 196 0 0 0 0 0 196 535 191 726
18 MIZORAM 25 0 0 0 0 0 25 186 31 217
19 NAGALAND 153 1 1 0 0 0 154 313 68 381
20 ODISHA 1529 567 377 2 2 1 2478 5809 412 6221
21 PUNJAB 247 3 8258 0 0 4 8511 0 47 47
22 RAJASTHAN 3894 9795 2610 1 22 18 16340 14663 2511 17174
23 SIKKIM 44 13 0 0 0 0 57 116 31 148
24 TAMIL NADU 5837 468 96 0 56 35 6493 3092 427 3519

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25 TRIPURA 88 9 2 0 0 Neg 100 350 29 379
Net irrigated area Net unirrigated area
Cropped twice Cropped more than twice
Sl.No. States/UTs Cropped
Cropped More than Cropped
One crop Two crops One crop Two crops Total more than Total
once two crops once
irrigated irrigated irrigated irrigated once
irrigated
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
26 UTTARAKHAND 281 10 492 0 2 54 839 271 338 610
27 UTTAR PRADESH 12759 3525 11575 0 36 54 27949 3425 2180 5605
28 WEST BENGAL 803 980 1560 88 358 413 4202 2337 313 2650
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29 A & N ISLANDS 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 50 Neg 51


30 CHANDIGARH 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0
31 D & N HAVELI 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 45 0 45
32 DAMAN & DIU Neg 0 0 0 0 0 Neg 2 0 2
33 DELHI 14 2 36 0 0 0 51 0 2 2
34 LAKSHADWEEP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 3
35 PUDUCHERRY 12 5 4 0 3 3 28 3 0 3
ALL INDIA 72713 30892 44184 411 768 1778 150746 149632 32843 182476
Note:- (1) Total may not tally due to rounding off.

TABLE 1B : DISTRIBUTION OF AREA CROPPED ONCE AND MORE THAN ONCE IN IRRIGATED AND UNIRRIGATED AREAS BY MAJOR SIZE
GROUPS
Medium (4.00 – 9.99 ha.) Area in ‘00 Hect.
Net irrigated area Net unirrigated area
Cropped twice Cropped more than twice
Sl.No. States/UTs Cropped
Cropped More than Cropped
One crop Two crops One crop Two crops Total more than Total
once two crops once
irrigated irrigated irrigated irrigated once
irrigated
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
1 ANDHRA PRADESH 4569 526 1608 1 16 1 6721 9600 105 9705
2 ARUNACHAL PRADESH 91 117 16 0 0 0 224 353 72 426
3 ASSAM 167 31 11 0 0 0 209 3104 431 3534
4 BIHAR 1030 69 762 Neg 2 3 1866 1084 185 1269
5 CHATTISGARH 1384 767 524 46 30 16 2767 7063 684 7747
6 GOA 75 0 0 0 0 0 75 43 1 44
7 GUJARAT 8875 2109 800 0 0 0 11783 17597 50 17646

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8 HARYANA 1013 150 8674 0 0 454 10291 665 162 827
Net irrigated area Net unirrigated area
Cropped twice Cropped more than twice
Sl.No. States/UTs Cropped
Cropped More than Cropped
One crop Two crops One crop Two crops Total more than Total
once two crops once
irrigated irrigated irrigated irrigated once
irrigated
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
9 HIMACHAL PRADESH 41 30 122 0 0 0 192 131 356 487
10 JAMMU & KASHMIR 41 30 86 0 0 0 158 98 200 298
11 JHARKHAND 231 38 4 0 0 0 273 2073 187 2260
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12 KARNATAKA 6571 91 1415 0 0 10 8086 15602 1882 17484


13 KERALA 127 35 15 0 0 Neg 178 301 55 356
14 MADHYA PRADESH 8303 10249 1565 208 149 11 20484 14864 7016 21881
15 MAHARASHTRA 3859 29 1646 0 0 518 6053 18521 7818 26340
16 MANIPUR 16 1 2 0 0 0 19 93 26 119
17 MEGHALAYA 68 0 1 0 0 0 69 211 75 286
18 MIZORAM 6 0 0 0 0 0 6 75 10 85
19 NAGALAND 319 9 6 Neg Neg Neg 334 820 213 1033
20 ODISHA 697 149 196 Neg Neg Neg 1042 2304 118 2421
21 PUNJAB 524 17 16402 0 0 28 16971 0 54 54
22 RAJASTHAN 7149 10603 6326 6 12 19 24114 32069 4480 36549
23 SIKKIM 37 10 0 0 0 0 46 102 37 139
24 TAMIL NADU 3408 214 46 0 28 26 3721 1747 226 1973
25 TRIPURA 14 1 Neg 0 0 Neg 15 97 5 102
26 UTTARAKHAND 199 14 353 0 1 36 603 90 97 187
27 UTTAR PRADESH 7849 1655 5388 0 17 36 14945 2637 1418 4055
28 WEST BENGAL 154 82 284 10 37 37 603 371 46 417
29 A & N ISLANDS 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 47 Neg 47
30 CHANDIGARH 0 Neg 2 0 0 0 3 0 0 0
31 D & N HAVELI 6 0 0 0 0 0 6 36 0 36
32 DAMAN & DIU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1
33 DELHI 26 1 25 0 0 0 52 0 3 3
34 LAKSHADWEEP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1
35 PUDUCHERRY 11 0 4 0 2 Neg 18 1 0 1
ALL INDIA 56861 27027 46283 271 293 1195 131931 131803 26011 157813

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Note:- (1) Total may not tally due to rounding off.
TABLE 1B : DISTRIBUTION OF AREA CROPPED ONCE AND MORE THAN ONCE IN IRRIGATED AND UNIRRIGATED AREAS BY MAJOR SIZE
GROUPS

Large (10.00 ha. & above) Area in ‘00 Hect.


Net irrigated area Net unirrigated area
Cropped twice Cropped more than twice
Sl.No. States/UTs Cropped
Cropped More than Cropped
One crop Two crops One crop Two crops Total more than Total
once two crops once
irrigated irrigated irrigated irrigated once
irrigated
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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
1 ANDHRA PRADESH 760 27 198 1 1 1 988 1901 15 1917
2 ARUNACHAL PRADESH 46 27 0 0 0 0 73 236 74 310
3 ASSAM 20 Neg 1 0 0 0 21 244 59 303
4 BIHAR 101 5 84 0 0 7 197 104 6 110
5 CHATTISGARH 316 221 168 12 7 4 726 2734 245 2979
6 GOA 69 0 0 0 0 0 69 52 1 53
7 GUJARAT 1633 378 178 0 0 0 2189 3978 8 3985
8 HARYANA 657 138 4875 0 0 169 5839 577 132 709
9 HIMACHAL PRADESH 9 4 49 0 0 0 62 16 156 171
10 JAMMU & KASHMIR 2 5 3 0 0 0 10 38 22 60
11 JHARKHAND 70 8 2 0 0 0 80 879 79 959
12 KARNATAKA 1818 13 250 0 0 Neg 2081 4580 768 5348
13 KERALA 40 14 0 0 0 0 54 164 9 173
14 MADHYA PRADESH 2511 2672 459 63 27 0 5731 5003 1898 6901
15 MAHARASHTRA 572 13 264 0 0 66 915 4073 1778 5851
16 MANIPUR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 4
17 MEGHALAYA 5 0 0 0 0 0 5 12 4 17
18 MIZORAM 4 0 0 0 0 0 4 26 6 31
19 NAGALAND 180 8 9 1 1 0 199 869 174 1042
20 ODISHA 302 17 47 0 0 0 367 310 16 326
21 PUNJAB 392 13 9719 0 0 20 10144 0 20 20
22 RAJASTHAN 5700 3989 4974 Neg 7 24 14696 35122 4223 39345
23 SIKKIM 10 3 0 0 0 0 13 43 16 60
24 TAMIL NADU 728 20 6 0 2 2 759 554 66 620

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25 TRIPURA 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 7 Neg 7
Net irrigated area Net unirrigated area
Cropped twice Cropped more than twice
Sl.No. States/UTs Cropped
Cropped More than Cropped
One crop Two crops One crop Two crops Total more than Total
once two crops once
irrigated irrigated irrigated irrigated once
irrigated
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
26 UTTARAKHAND 35 3 59 0 0 29 126 14 7 22
27 UTTAR PRADESH 1289 221 519 0 2 2 2034 286 389 676
28 WEST BENGAL 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 4 Neg 4
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29 A & N ISLANDS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Neg 0 Neg


30 CHANDIGARH 0 Neg Neg 0 0 0 Neg 0 0 0
31 D & N HAVELI 6 0 0 0 0 0 6 9 0 9
32 DAMAN & DIU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Neg 0 Neg
33 DELHI Neg 0 15 0 0 0 15 0 1 1
34 LAKSHADWEEP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Neg 0 Neg
35 PUDUCHERRY 1 0 1 0 1 0 3 Neg 0 Neg
ALL INDIA 17281 7800 21880 77 48 325 47411 61839 10175 72013
Note:- (1) Total may not tally due to rounding off.

TABLE 1B : DISTRIBUTION OF AREA CROPPED ONCE AND MORE THAN ONCE IN IRRIGATED AND UNIRRIGATED AREAS BY MAJOR SIZE
GROUPS
All Groups Area in ‘00 Hect.
Net irrigated area Net unirrigated area
Cropped twice Cropped more than twice
Sl.No. States/UTs Cropped
Cropped More than Cropped
One crop Two crops One crop Two crops Total more than Total
once two crops once
irrigated irrigated irrigated irrigated once
irrigated
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
1 ANDHRA PRADESH 32029 6386 15325 65 244 8 54059 63794 946 64740
2 ARUNACHAL PRADESH 207 259 16 0 0 0 482 1128 232 1360
3 ASSAM 1012 213 76 0 0 0 1301 21910 3324 25234
4 BIHAR 14898 1783 13667 27 28 186 30589 18740 3222 21962
5 CHATTISGARH 7306 3638 1995 257 164 82 13442 31068 3045 34113
6 GOA 347 0 0 0 0 0 347 495 10 505
7 GUJARAT 30849 6784 2524 0 0 0 40158 55227 203 55431

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8 HARYANA 2989 451 26380 0 0 1579 31399 2471 536 3007
Net irrigated area Net unirrigated area
Cropped twice Cropped more than twice
Sl.No. States/UTs Cropped
Cropped More than Cropped
One crop Two crops One crop Two crops Total more than Total
once two crops once
irrigated irrigated irrigated irrigated once
irrigated
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
9 HIMACHAL PRADESH 205 109 760 0 0 0 1074 1151 3259 4410
10 JAMMU & KASHMIR 1925 225 1333 0 0 0 3484 2056 2108 4164
11 JHARKHAND 954 185 24 0 0 0 1163 8726 825 9551
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12 KARNATAKA 27062 537 5703 0 0 47 33350 69193 7635 76828


13 KERALA 2504 353 189 4 3 8 3061 7350 1414 8765
14 MADHYA PRADESH 28092 34306 5161 740 680 32 69011 57292 24603 81895
15 MAHARASHTRA 20988 100 8695 0 0 2768 32551 97610 42777 140387
16 MANIPUR 216 66 30 0 0 0 313 1015 366 1381
17 MEGHALAYA 606 0 1 0 0 0 608 1450 516 1966
18 MIZORAM 104 0 0 0 0 0 104 801 146 947
19 NAGALAND 708 17 16 1 1 Neg 744 2080 466 2547
20 ODISHA 7376 3262 2059 12 9 11 12729 30046 2783 32829
21 PUNJAB 1307 35 37950 0 0 52 39344 0 154 154
22 RAJASTHAN 20261 35820 15641 10 73 78 71884 94515 13550 108065
23 SIKKIM 138 39 0 0 0 0 177 456 118 575
24 TAMIL NADU 28921 2587 434 0 182 136 32259 15743 2096 17839
25 TRIPURA 502 39 67 0 0 4 613 1711 224 1935
26 UTTARAKHAND 1076 50 1948 0 4 181 3260 1448 2219 3667
27 UTTAR PRADESH 53303 17356 62038 1 205 429 133332 17225 12584 29809
28 WEST BENGAL 5133 8826 10369 510 3866 3584 32287 15481 3032 18512
29 A & N ISLANDS 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 134 1 135
30 CHANDIGARH 0 2 7 0 0 0 9 0 0 0
31 D & N HAVELI 17 0 0 0 0 0 17 181 0 181
32 DAMAN & DIU Neg 0 0 0 0 0 Neg 26 1 27
33 DELHI 80 9 127 0 0 0 215 1 9 11
34 LAKSHADWEEP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 21 0 21
35 PUDUCHERRY 66 8 32 0 22 20 147 29 0 29
ALL INDIA 291183 123448 212569 1627 5482 9205 643514 620575 132406 752981

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Note:- (1) Total may not tally due to rounding off.
TABLE 2A: USAGE OF INPUTS-FERTILIZERS BY MAJOR SIZE GROUPS
ALL CROPS
Area in ‘00 Hect.
Marginal (below 1.00 ha.) Quantity In ’00 Kg.
Area Quantity Applied Area treated with
Gross Quantity
Sl. treated Super Ammo- Others Total Farm
States/ UTs cropped of FYM
No. with DAP Urea Phos- nium Yard Pesticides
area N P K N P K applied
fertilizers phate Sulphate Manure
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
All India Report on Input Survey 2011-12

1 ANDHRA PRADESH
I 22759 22407 2050150 5108497 463352 13865 329928 426499 1107611 3051720 1443705 1107611 8379 13350 34283713
UI 20493 15036 1329805 2538023 141323 15239 147563 189390 377402 1557557 823712 377402 4149 9035 19196363
T 43251 37443 3379955 7646520 604676 29104 477491 615889 1485013 4609277 2267417 1485013 12528 22385 53480076
2 ARUNACHAL PRADESH
I 14 4 0 269 0 0 0 0 0 124 0 0 3 0 3101
UI 99 21 65 1632 0 0 0 0 74 762 30 74 1 5 1652
T 113 25 65 1901 0 0 0 0 74 886 30 74 4 5 4753
3 ASSAM
I 426 347 16424 166134 127475 0 42 257 39562 79420 28208 39562 39 174 273603
UI 10073 4972 98630 809910 994784 187 659 858 211474 391009 205394 211474 1367 2881 3116656
T 10499 5320 115055 976044 1122260 187 701 1115 251037 470429 233602 251037 1406 3055 3390260
4 BIHAR
I 26847 23725 2128257 5418887 3939 12124 180592 101404 483773 3058864 1081032 483773 3132 11003 8156868
UI 16485 14378 1704447 2144159 703 731 22081 13193 335517 1315346 797351 335517 9047 3349 19779467
T 43332 38103 3832704 7563047 4643 12855 202673 114597 819291 4374209 1878384 819291 12179 14353 27936335
5 CHATTISGARH
I 3381 3017 315401 652350 197288 1336 6993 9136 58717 364122 185787 58717 562 1539 2315139
UI 7982 5400 343614 956478 245205 370 5557 15409 64558 507464 212705 64558 2079 2261 3255543
T 11363 8417 659015 1608828 442493 1707 12550 24545 123275 871586 398491 123275 2641 3800 5570682
6 GOA
I 80 40 3037 7815 163 0 1386 2656 4902 5527 4079 4902 9 20 47989
UI 199 107 11258 14117 0 0 817 360 6036 9337 5539 6036 8 129 9196
T 279 147 14295 21932 163 0 2203 3016 10938 14864 9618 10938 17 149 57184
7 GUJARAT
I 4623 4134 927394 3569790 12671 13249 4207 264 205057 1815971 428893 205057 203 2190 1285445
UI 6149 4406 1172730 3898736 0 0 998 0 7928 2005507 539456 7928 284 2619 1059393

76
T 10772 8540 2100125 7468525 12671 13249 5205 264 212985 3821478 968349 212985 486 4808 2344838
Area Quantity Applied Area treated with
Gross Quantity
Sl. treated Super Ammo- Others Total Farm
States/ UTs cropped of FYM
No. with DAP Urea Phos- nium Yard Pesticides
area N P K N P K applied
fertilizers phate Sulphate Manure
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
8 HARYANA
I 7798 7649 1000829 2796499 130040 101 916 3417 30943 1467475 484605 30943 584 5334 4693836
UI 527 451 13663 85215 149 0 0 27 0 41658 6336 0 8 52 36317
T 8325 8100 1014492 2881714 130190 101 916 3444 30943 1509133 490941 30943 592 5386 4730152
9 HIMACHAL PRADESH
I 517 351 0 37334 997 0 2063 2216 1262 19237 2376 1262 209 303 1771623
All India Report on Input Survey 2011-12

UI 2653 2055 28 223681 182496 622 23207 15763 31896 126233 44975 31896 1816 1435 12475350
T 3170 2406 28 261015 183493 622 25270 17979 33158 145470 47351 33158 2024 1738 14246973
10 JAMMU & KASHMIR
I 2577 2467 247590 361906 0 0 2677 57 45994 213720 113948 45994 1051 2115 20129034
UI 2746 2332 163069 324538 247 0 1374 304 30644 180014 75355 30644 978 1674 7762396
T 5324 4799 410659 686444 247 0 4051 361 76638 393734 189303 76638 2028 3789 27891430
11 JHARKHAND
I 316 226 45754 66505 119 0 19 17 4535 38847 21083 4535 26 155 355496
UI 2484 1303 176342 260076 6367 362 466 981 20367 151917 83116 20367 551 841 1266393
T 2801 1529 222095 326581 6486 362 486 998 24902 190765 104199 24902 577 996 1621889
12 KARNATAKA
I 5557 4701 561121 993294 28716 352 136184 156157 308830 694173 418867 308830 3050 2043 15018588
UI 13564 10241 972721 1453374 20191 2711 186340 198080 318160 1030540 648763 318160 5843 2521 20655186
T 19121 14942 1533842 2446668 48907 3063 322524 354237 626991 1724713 1067630 626991 8892 4563 35673775
13 KERALA
I 1996 1126 16167 180545 27001 0 37822 61437 56839 123783 73194 56839 845 445 2470085
UI 6740 2257 13499 131794 19349 0 81674 112453 83877 144729 121759 83877 1344 323 4569258
T 8736 3383 29667 312340 46350 0 119496 173890 140716 268512 194953 140716 2189 768 7039342
14 MADHYA PRADESH
I 8160 7007 629750 1377847 591495 2267 9577 15704 62704 757209 400028 62704 802 3760 2606383
UI 19170 12810 941048 1458711 744333 1469 5682 46304 126330 846380 598280 126330 2687 7835 8012927
T 27329 19817 1570798 2836558 1335828 3736 15259 62008 189034 1603589 998308 189034 3489 11595 10619310
15 MAHARASHTRA
I 8508 6048 888487 1999187 1399681 40533 311071 518840 649484 1398975 1151493 649484 3326 5203 18908428
UI 32249 24948 1486307 5729103 1275126 52189 480775 660685 587524 3394448 1548406 587524 9179 22848 27853519
T 40758 30996 2374793 7728289 2674807 92722 791846 1179525 1237008 4793423 2699899 1237008 12505 28051 46761947
16 MANIPUR

77
I 103 76 577 6910 485 0 2 2 227 3284 345 227 19 49 127257
Area Quantity Applied Area treated with
Gross Quantity
Sl. treated Super Ammo- Others Total Farm
States/ UTs cropped of FYM
No. with DAP Urea Phos- nium Yard Pesticides
area N P K N P K applied
fertilizers phate Sulphate Manure
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
UI 428 357 3652 31218 1206 61 38 216 1428 15068 2089 1428 89 199 332198
T 531 433 4229 38127 1691 61 40 217 1655 18352 2433 1655 108 249 459455
17 MEGHALAYA
I 161 94 699 5549 2722 Neg 11 46 286 2690 803 286 30 3 81327
UI 528 207 1896 12356 9195 3 10 156 558 6036 2499 558 74 15 177490
T 689 301 2595 17904 11917 3 22 201 844 8726 3302 844 104 18 258817
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18 MIZORAM
I 33 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 379
UI 318 31 2132 9411 0 0 0 0 303 4713 980 303 2 6 3681
T 351 31 2132 9411 0 0 0 0 303 4713 980 303 4 6 4060
19 NAGALAND
I 7 1 10 7 0 0 Neg 1 0 5 5 0 0 0 0
UI 15 1 3 13 0 0 0 0 0 6 1 0 0 0 0
T 21 2 12 20 0 0 0 1 0 12 6 0 0 0 0
20 ODISHA
I 5883 5017 392399 539349 45429 424 3676 8235 102411 322496 196007 102411 2164 2028 6332188
UI 16619 11317 710712 1091264 49570 1619 5668 11024 139476 635911 345883 139476 7681 3731 31483793
T 22502 16334 1103111 1630614 94999 2042 9344 19259 241886 958407 541889 241886 9845 5758 37815980
21 PUNJAB
I 2014 1999 287877 703408 1292 386 117 50 14633 375582 132680 14633 222 1713 2966639
UI 23 2 65 481 0 0 0 0 0 233 30 0 1 0 2145
T 2037 2001 287942 703890 1292 386 117 50 14633 375815 132710 14633 223 1713 2968784
22 RAJASTHAN
I 6925 6222 436429 777183 70536 0 758 5491 48777 436819 217534 48777 977 2447 7917147
UI 11198 7211 243457 688052 74884 0 1666 8476 5964 361993 132448 5964 2195 3181 13799278
T 18124 13433 679886 1465235 145419 0 2424 13967 54741 798812 349982 54741 3173 5628 21716425
23 SIKKIM
I 22 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 20 0 69015
UI 134 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 124 0 648898
T 155 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 144 0 717913
24 TAMIL NADU
I 13330 12407 1994671 4000027 369793 29415 148707 253872 968833 2353820 1230587 968833 8008 9806 23834568
UI 9436 3995 256456 531307 56857 19221 31845 45684 139682 326368 172750 139682 3614 2583 12696965

78
T 22766 16402 2251127 4531335 426650 48636 180552 299555 1108516 2680188 1403338 1108516 11621 12389 36531532
Area Quantity Applied Area treated with
Gross Quantity
Sl. treated Super Ammo- Others Total Farm
States/ UTs cropped of FYM
No. with DAP Urea Phos- nium Yard Pesticides
area N P K N P K applied
fertilizers phate Sulphate Manure
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
25 TRIPURA
I 383 332 953 45427 68292 0 346 346 6602 21414 11711 6602 181 162 1212520
UI 1120 931 2213 92814 116242 0 123 53 9893 43215 19670 9893 587 509 2897118
T 1503 1263 3166 138241 184534 0 468 399 16494 64629 31381 16494 769 671 4109638
26 UTTARAKHAND
I 1558 1397 179967 341213 325 0 9 5 39932 189361 82842 39932 548 330 2200393
All India Report on Input Survey 2011-12

UI 2951 714 71839 94857 0 0 0 0 29600 56566 33046 29600 2826 37 9847263
T 4510 2111 251807 436071 325 0 8 5 69532 245926 115888 69532 3374 367 12047656
27 UTTAR PRADESH
I 85996 74631 11262402 29034257 445550 42260 1477983 355934 890956 16869679 5607927 890956 4886 20571 23639230
UI 26592 8924 353132 7426818 1154 61 25859 67234 360874 3505772 229860 360874 1347 3560 6060804
T 112588 83555 11615534 36461075 446704 42321 1503842 423168 1251830 20375451 5837786 1251830 6232 24132 29700034
28 WEST BENGAL
I 29890 28460 3427858 5037045 1226585 3296 708307 522891 1465993 3643041 2295959 1465993 7597 19445 45837401
UI 20224 17749 1769429 2597300 584235 863 80694 173734 497176 1594128 1081149 497176 7316 11503 35574829
T 50115 46209 5197287 7634345 1810820 4158 789002 696626 1963170 5237169 3377109 1963170 14913 30948 81412231
29 A & N ISLANDS
I Neg Neg 23 8 0 0 0 0 0 8 11 0 0 Neg 0
UI 14 4 1946 893 6 0 3 0 491 764 896 491 1 2 593
T 15 4 1969 901 6 0 3 0 491 772 907 491 1 2 593
30 CHANDIGARH
I 4 3 205 529 134 0 0 0 0 280 116 0 3 2 9041
UI 1 Neg 0 78 0 0 0 0 0 36 0 0 Neg 0 826
T 4 4 205 608 134 0 0 0 0 317 116 0 4 2 9868
31 D & N HAVELI
I 1 Neg 60 34 0 0 0 0 0 27 28 0 0 0 0
UI 45 32 2498 2536 0 0 Neg 0 0 1616 1149 0 22 10 68229
T 46 33 2558 2570 0 0 0 0 0 1643 1177 0 22 10 68229
32 DAMAN & DIU
I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
UI 19 18 229 1110 0 0 0 0 0 552 105 0 7 2 12025
T 19 18 229 1110 0 0 0 0 0 552 105 0 7 2 12025
33 DELHI

79
I 94 66 3516 7278 7455 0 653 57 447 4634 2867 447 14 58 65637
Area Quantity Applied Area treated with
Gross Quantity
Sl. treated Super Ammo- Others Total Farm
States/ UTs cropped of FYM
No. with DAP Urea Phos- nium Yard Pesticides
area N P K N P K applied
fertilizers phate Sulphate Manure
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
UI 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Neg 1 2138
T 103 66 3516 7278 7455 0 653 57 447 4634 2867 447 15 59 67775
34 LAKSHADWEEP
I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
UI 14 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 9842
T 14 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 9842
All India Report on Input Survey 2011-12

35 PUDUCHERRY
I 121 121 12053 28767 0 0 2180 790 5072 17583 6334 5072 47 64 155538
UI 35 1 0 97 0 0 Neg 0 41 45 0 41 2 5 18164
T 156 121 12053 28864 0 0 2180 790 5113 17627 6334 5113 49 70 173701
ALL INDIA
I 240084 214076 26830062 63263850 5221533 159609 3366228 2445778 6604384 37329889 15623052 6604384 46940 104313 226767609
UI 231338 152209 11846885 32610154 4523625 95707 1103098 1560386 3387273 18255924 7733733 3387273 65233 83153 242685893
T 471422 366285 38676947 95874005 9745158 255316 4469325 4006164 9991656 55585813 23356785 9991656 112173 187466 469453501
Note: (1) I – Irrigated, UI – Unirrigated, T = Total of I & UI. (2) Total may not tally due to rounding off.

TABLE 2A: USAGE OF INPUTS-FERTILIZERS BY MAJOR SIZE GROUPS


ALL CROPS
Area in ‘00 Hect.
Small (1.00 – 1.99 ha.) Quantity In ’00 Kg.
Area Quantity Applied Area treated with
Gross Quantity
Sl. treated Super Ammo- Others Total Farm
States/ UTs cropped of FYM
No. with DAP Urea Phos- nium Yard Pesticides
area N P K N P K applied
fertilizers phate Sulphate Manure
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
1 ANDHRA PRADESH
I 21112 20842 1833189 4453873 412728 6045 313259 407342 966631 2693260 1316645 966631 7904 12897 29097945
UI 20966 17318 1381592 2334442 208786 14735 141497 172994 337167 1467062 841932 337167 4910 10043 20137819
T 42077 38159 3214781 6788315 621513 20781 454756 580335 1303798 4160322 2158577 1303798 12814 22941 49235765
2 ARUNACHAL PRADESH
I 41 22 1 810 0 0 0 0 0 373 1 0 21 2 10174
UI 196 10 108 811 474 0 0 0 63 392 126 63 2 13 16838
T 237 33 109 1621 474 0 0 0 63 765 126 63 23 15 27012
3 ASSAM

80
I 318 235 8355 73118 49912 5 95 1 15587 35234 11830 15587 33 124 155121
Area Quantity Applied Area treated with
Gross Quantity
Sl. treated Super Ammo- Others Total Farm
States/ UTs cropped of FYM
No. with DAP Urea Phos- nium Yard Pesticides
area N P K N P K applied
fertilizers phate Sulphate Manure
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
UI 6676 3484 64831 295152 343324 115 367 982 85464 147830 85736 85464 675 1918 1410789
T 6993 3719 73186 368270 393236 120 462 983 101051 183064 97566 101051 708 2043 1565910
4 BIHAR
I 7990 7095 394224 1025582 1581 986 38810 14407 64970 581741 196003 64970 1043 3242 1556476
UI 4855 4258 519797 556801 39 119 4424 1946 82749 354141 241059 82749 2922 991 6181537
T 12845 11352 914021 1582383 1620 1105 43234 16353 147719 935882 437062 147719 3966 4232 7738013
All India Report on Input Survey 2011-12

5 CHATTISGARH
I 3942 3594 314060 571261 172263 1301 4718 8643 51227 324297 180673 51227 651 2033 1911298
UI 9658 6507 408577 985970 247108 10737 4856 13779 94631 534158 241262 94631 2684 2953 3474587
T 13599 10101 722636 1557231 419371 12039 9575 22422 145859 858455 421934 145859 3335 4986 5385885
6 GOA
I 54 30 1737 2813 0 0 503 929 2237 2109 1729 2237 5 19 6916
UI 119 56 3751 4740 940 0 534 441 1737 3390 2317 1737 3 74 2283
T 173 86 5488 7553 940 0 1037 1370 3974 5499 4045 3974 8 93 9198
7 GUJARAT
I 9415 8533 1491090 3179902 4427 6891 6435 1533 443227 1739006 688143 443227 761 5013 4246296
UI 13091 8744 797695 3047697 883 1315 437 0 10449 1546233 367081 10449 533 6617 1201283
T 22506 17277 2288785 6227598 5310 8207 6872 1533 453675 3285239 1055224 453675 1295 11630 5447579
8 HARYANA
I 7979 7851 893550 2661393 153584 1723 904 3684 42278 1386339 439290 42278 623 5438 4962048
UI 531 436 5465 64047 0 0 0 0 0 30445 2514 0 4 110 13388
T 8510 8287 899015 2725440 153584 1723 904 3684 42278 1416784 441804 42278 626 5548 4975436
9 HIMACHAL PRADESH
I 464 332 0 27679 409 0 1021 2397 1278 13753 2463 1278 201 299 1680019
UI 2184 1623 0 140080 50114 2605 19911 12476 29492 84885 20494 29492 1454 1209 8989571
T 2648 1954 0 167759 50523 2605 20932 14874 30770 98638 22957 30770 1656 1508 10669590
10 JAMMU & KASHMIR
I 1211 1150 63562 128259 0 0 680 74 10742 71120 29312 10742 453 943 3893380
UI 1725 1519 65740 150359 104 0 828 41 8272 81827 30299 8272 651 1041 3560486
T 2937 2670 129302 278618 104 0 1508 115 19014 152947 59611 19014 1105 1984 7453866
11 JHARKHAND
I 228 146 24207 40669 186 16 15 13 3030 23084 11178 3030 29 92 452397
UI 1981 1058 90288 138465 3592 117 210 481 15864 80179 42588 15864 455 638 914468

81
T 2209 1204 114494 179135 3779 133 225 494 18893 103263 53766 18893 484 730 1366865
Area Quantity Applied Area treated with
Gross Quantity
Sl. treated Super Ammo- Others Total Farm
States/ UTs cropped of FYM
No. with DAP Urea Phos- nium Yard Pesticides
area N P K N P K applied
fertilizers phate Sulphate Manure
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
12 KARNATAKA
I 10209 8910 1021692 1381756 43144 3674 122362 155102 314876 942631 631983 314876 4899 3422 24956608
UI 22040 17854 1576748 1585976 15030 4442 168214 182070 317928 1182493 909779 317928 8189 5993 23318435
T 32249 26764 2598439 2967732 58174 8116 290576 337172 632804 2125124 1541762 632804 13088 9415 48275043
13 KERALA
I 611 443 9686 72787 10527 0 11927 16615 17313 47153 22756 17313 231 240 648783
All India Report on Input Survey 2011-12

UI 1980 898 2383 51457 5862 0 28827 40452 28596 52926 42486 28596 397 135 919414
T 2591 1341 12070 124244 16389 0 40754 57067 45909 100079 65241 45909 628 375 1568197
14 MADHYA PRADESH
I 16420 14282 1069881 2258986 1070365 10566 17505 30522 122708 1251394 693926 122708 1590 7506 4812806
UI 31971 22477 1374775 1984935 1213369 7353 10220 42171 193247 1172264 868707 193247 4296 13078 11988780
T 48392 36759 2444656 4243920 2283734 17919 27725 72693 315955 2423658 1562632 315955 5886 20584 16801585
15 MAHARASHTRA
I 14300 9927 1092646 2305067 1376389 152579 357110 614661 740431 1645549 1337500 740431 5566 8897 20079869
UI 55469 42710 1967154 5753273 1739054 108146 438145 637268 634613 3461016 1820408 634613 14522 39397 32721256
T 69769 52637 3059800 8058339 3115444 260724 795255 1251929 1375044 5106564 3157908 1375044 20088 48294 52801125
16 MANIPUR
I 134 105 689 7510 536 90 0 0 115 3597 403 115 48 32 105421
UI 628 497 5859 38815 2173 59 100 385 1553 19022 3428 1553 108 320 308013
T 762 602 6548 46325 2709 149 100 385 1668 22619 3830 1668 157 353 413434
17 MEGHALAYA
I 177 109 728 5871 3582 0 12 8 209 2844 916 209 40 Neg 111982
UI 655 257 1885 14909 11781 4 18 17 423 7216 2770 423 101 12 226193
T 833 366 2613 20780 15363 4 30 25 632 10060 3685 632 141 12 338175
18 MIZORAM
I 35 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
UI 396 44 1714 6362 0 0 0 0 274 3235 788 274 3 7 2298
T 432 44 1714 6362 0 0 0 0 274 3235 788 274 3 7 2298
19 NAGALAND
I 49 4 83 71 0 0 0 0 17 48 38 17 4 1 464
UI 86 8 429 319 27 0 Neg 0 77 224 202 77 1 0 137
T 136 11 512 390 27 0 Neg 0 94 272 240 94 5 1 601
20 ODISHA

82
I 4422 3872 269747 364472 20336 991 2530 5222 61775 218946 132559 61775 1488 1409 3790501
Area Quantity Applied Area treated with
Gross Quantity
Sl. treated Super Ammo- Others Total Farm
States/ UTs cropped of FYM
No. with DAP Urea Phos- nium Yard Pesticides
area N P K N P K applied
fertilizers phate Sulphate Manure
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
UI 12035 8054 471955 672073 39338 1125 5674 11095 101658 400012 234488 101658 5350 2762 14876154
T 16457 11926 741702 1036545 59674 2115 8204 16317 163434 618957 367048 163434 6838 4171 18666655
21 PUNJAB
I 5277 5224 673653 1837490 2710 6812 111 110 30118 968017 310425 30118 628 4607 7574187
UI 43 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
T 5320 5224 673653 1837490 2710 6812 111 110 30118 968017 310425 30118 628 4607 7574187
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22 RAJASTHAN
I 11606 10371 688067 1179239 134581 0 1409 10411 52162 667711 348455 52162 1567 3890 8651878
UI 17607 10274 322990 783421 153458 0 1998 11126 10639 420510 184255 10639 3137 4721 14599660
T 29213 20645 1011058 1962661 288038 0 3406 21537 62802 1088221 532710 62802 4704 8611 23251538
23 SIKKIM
I 39 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 35 0 139896
UI 143 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 127 0 667473
T 182 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 161 0 807369
24 TAMIL NADU
I 8483 7791 1070317 2482621 235278 12303 85319 158455 606759 1422516 688445 606759 5137 5921 15090096
UI 5645 2357 136759 289559 28130 14541 12781 17224 56191 173590 84634 56191 1912 1460 7000635
T 14128 10147 1207076 2772180 263408 26843 98100 175679 662949 1596106 773079 662949 7048 7381 22090731
25 TRIPURA
I 186 159 1074 19970 40137 0 86 75 2696 9466 6991 2696 92 100 899276
UI 546 408 526 27087 39350 315 108 126 4391 12728 6664 4391 219 208 595427
T 732 568 1600 47058 79487 315 195 202 7087 22194 13656 7087 311 308 1494703
26 UTTARAKHAND
I 1301 1207 165060 311349 424 0 73 1 33905 173004 75997 33905 393 454 1399553
UI 1697 401 38647 51634 64 0 0 0 16176 30708 17788 16176 1615 22 5299453
T 2998 1608 203708 362983 488 0 72 1 50081 203712 93784 50081 2008 475 6699006
27 UTTAR PRADESH
I 47788 42635 4182210 8138703 102731 18758 26513 75722 210839 4526978 2015976 210839 1608 11770 3170541
UI 13586 4794 154898 1551252 216 0 4902 13023 72362 746359 84310 72362 388 1463 805362
T 61374 47429 4337107 9689954 102947 18758 31415 88745 283201 5273337 2100286 283201 1996 13233 3975902
28 WEST BENGAL
I 15850 14660 910591 2214460 614080 1499 121294 251527 617300 1304160 768651 617300 4027 10624 20082965
UI 9951 8388 405242 931150 237010 565 38998 84315 192900 540386 308648 192900 3810 5393 15766401

83
T 25801 23048 1315832 3145610 851089 2064 160291 335842 810200 1844547 1077299 810200 7837 16017 35849366
Area Quantity Applied Area treated with
Gross Quantity
Sl. treated Super Ammo- Others Total Farm
States/ UTs cropped of FYM
No. with DAP Urea Phos- nium Yard Pesticides
area N P K N P K applied
fertilizers phate Sulphate Manure
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
29 A & N ISLANDS
I 1 Neg 56 17 0 0 0 0 0 18 26 0 0 Neg 0
UI 23 7 1388 775 0 0 7 0 142 614 638 142 2 7 365
T 23 8 1443 792 0 0 7 0 142 631 664 142 2 7 365
30 CHANDIGARH
I 3 3 184 349 177 0 0 Neg 0 194 113 0 3 2 7767
All India Report on Input Survey 2011-12

UI 1 1 0 142 0 0 0 0 0 65 0 0 1 Neg 1345


T 3 3 184 491 177 0 0 Neg 0 259 113 0 3 2 9112
31 D & N HAVELI
I 2 1 84 58 0 0 10 0 0 52 39 0 1 1 350
UI 47 32 2543 2968 0 0 0 0 0 1823 1170 0 20 8 67347
T 49 33 2627 3026 0 0 10 0 0 1875 1208 0 21 9 67697
32 DAMAN & DIU
I Neg Neg Neg 1 0 0 0 0 0 Neg Neg 0 Neg 0 3
UI 5 4 11 65 0 0 0 0 0 32 5 0 2 Neg 2304
T 5 4 11 66 0 0 0 0 0 32 5 0 2 Neg 2307
33 DELHI
I 55 39 1475 4898 8892 0 511 82 1517 3029 2183 1517 15 38 41054
UI 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 1583
T 61 39 1475 4898 8892 0 511 82 1517 3029 2183 1517 19 39 42637
34 LAKSHADWEEP
I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
UI 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 322
T 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 322
35 PUDUCHERRY
I 48 45 2268 9319 0 0 683 643 1494 5378 1686 1494 19 23 33851
UI 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 1043
T 56 45 2268 9319 0 0 683 643 1494 5378 1686 1494 22 24 34894
ALL INDIA
I 189750 169616 16184165 34760351 4458979 224239 1113896 1758179 4415444 20063000 9916331 4415444 39118 89041 159569920
UI 236552 164477 9803751 21464737 4340227 166293 883055 1242412 2297056 12555766 6446574 2297056 58498 100596 175072447
T 426303 334094 25987916 56225088 8799206 390532 1996951 3000591 6712500 32618766 16362905 6712500 97616 189637 334642367
Note: (1) I – Irrigated, UI – Unirrigated, T = Total of I & UI. (2) Total may not tally due to rounding off.

84
TABLE 2A: USAGE OF INPUTS-FERTILIZERS BY MAJOR SIZE GROUPS
ALL CROPS
Area in ‘00 Hect.
Semi-medium (2.00 – 3.99 ha.) Quantity In ’00 Kg.
Area Quantity Applied Area treated with
Gross Quantity
Sl. treated Super Ammo- Others Total Farm
States/ UTs cropped of FYM
No. with DAP Urea Phos- nium Yard Pesticides
area N P K N P K applied
fertilizers phate Sulphate Manure
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
1 ANDHRA PRADESH
I 16240 16037 1410949 3325662 311646 8287 250600 311809 742344 2036082 1010709 742344 6011 10033 21135113
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UI 18672 15841 1250676 1993886 214840 20030 120397 151327 305546 1266832 761013 305546 4393 9312 15193300
T 34912 31878 2661625 5319548 526486 28317 370996 463137 1047890 3302914 1771722 1047890 10404 19345 36328413
2 ARUNACHAL PRADESH
I 131 83 12 2157 0 2 Neg 0 Neg 995 6 Neg 69 15 23501
UI 532 19 200 1121 337 1 1 0 81 553 146 81 2 56 26354
T 663 103 212 3278 337 3 1 0 82 1548 152 82 71 71 49855
3 ASSAM
I 391 264 9415 46352 38560 16 14 46 10626 23034 10546 10626 33 138 164276
UI 7664 4032 66727 222010 244366 45 306 836 59174 114450 70628 59174 763 1863 1200183
T 8056 4296 76142 268362 282926 61 320 881 69800 137484 81175 69800 796 2001 1364459
4 BIHAR
I 6886 6162 315068 847982 1158 693 39988 15692 44093 486914 160809 44093 957 2733 1172446
UI 4064 3529 432601 445528 206 162 3710 1735 66234 286555 200765 66234 2384 847 5154007
T 10950 9691 747669 1293510 1365 855 43698 17427 110327 773469 361573 110327 3341 3580 6326453
5 CHATTISGARH
I 4182 3833 332592 566398 168007 432 2389 9734 61348 322888 189607 61348 659 2227 1618593
UI 11039 7010 396505 939742 226866 557 7195 13968 88241 510962 232659 88241 3185 2951 2993428
T 15222 10843 729097 1506141 394872 989 9584 23702 149588 833850 422266 149588 3844 5178 4612021
6 GOA
I 68 29 1470 1647 26 0 424 460 920 1446 1140 920 13 22 17182
UI 98 44 2850 4257 386 0 539 330 1261 3011 1703 1261 15 50 7496
T 166 73 4319 5904 412 0 963 790 2181 4456 2843 2181 27 72 24679
7 GUJARAT
I 13693 12351 1938733 2883219 10527 11049 4133 1490 377099 1681662 894992 377099 1406 7515 7668693
UI 19002 12360 764588 2393636 0 694 373 130 14693 1239214 351840 14693 888 10116 1185706
T 32696 24711 2703321 5276856 10527 11743 4506 1620 391793 2920877 1246832 391793 2294 17630 8854399
8 HARYANA

85
I 14235 14022 1442108 3487020 281539 695 461406 6886 63637 2325158 715302 63637 946 9640 6890274
Area Quantity Applied Area treated with
Gross Quantity
Sl. treated Super Ammo- Others Total Farm
States/ UTs cropped of FYM
No. with DAP Urea Phos- nium Yard Pesticides
area N P K N P K applied
fertilizers phate Sulphate Manure
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
UI 818 662 7091 90947 0 0 141 0 0 43253 3262 0 3 186 13760
T 15053 14685 1449199 3577967 281539 695 461546 6886 63637 2368410 718563 63637 949 9826 6904034
9 HIMACHAL PRADESH
I 430 287 0 20830 1775 1 769 1429 730 10352 1713 730 159 323 1301954
UI 1737 1331 0 81845 30402 745 14780 10383 17141 52582 15247 17141 1149 1025 6378379
T 2166 1618 0 102676 32177 746 15550 11812 17871 62934 16960 17871 1307 1348 7680333
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10 JAMMU & KASHMIR


I 772 706 27653 66027 0 0 290 8 3906 35640 12728 3906 247 556 1684163
UI 1411 1238 37350 101339 26 0 206 4 3901 53545 17189 3901 437 858 2086872
T 2183 1945 65004 167365 26 0 496 11 7807 89185 29917 7807 683 1414 3771036
11 JHARKHAND
I 283 184 29374 45041 178 65 27 24 4383 26046 13565 4383 41 125 363600
UI 2564 1398 103400 144655 5277 38 406 923 22046 85567 49331 22046 660 888 1183277
T 2847 1582 132773 189695 5455 104 433 947 26429 111613 62895 26429 700 1014 1546877
12 KARNATAKA
I 11529 10146 1306360 1797040 30340 2410 102859 145264 350169 1165139 751044 350169 5062 3724 25393907
UI 23809 19653 1805741 1551083 16566 4775 136273 151017 266130 1175788 984308 266130 8068 7116 20830000
T 35337 29799 3112101 3348123 46906 7185 239132 296280 616299 2340927 1735352 616299 13130 10841 46223907
13 KERALA
I 416 324 6909 46196 9621 0 8763 11282 11888 31256 16000 11888 148 179 349678
UI 1179 615 1499 35280 4636 0 19550 28374 18951 36049 29806 18951 246 97 516111
T 1595 938 8408 81476 14258 0 28313 39657 30839 67305 45806 30839 395 276 865790
14 MADHYA PRADESH
I 21900 18943 1375611 2787314 1184884 4780 24710 35401 172854 1555469 857763 172854 2298 9716 7002783
UI 40489 28763 1704751 2336613 1448046 4379 13858 39686 258818 1396457 1055559 258818 6098 16293 16575800
T 62388 47706 3080362 5123927 2632930 9159 38568 75087 431671 2951926 1913322 431671 8397 26009 23578583
15 MAHARASHTRA
I 13924 9819 920845 1855382 1023525 71275 254098 436560 537588 1288009 1023913 537588 5354 8883 18074031
UI 53717 41451 1614815 4307002 1254925 81260 330121 460034 453429 2618748 1403637 453429 13582 38235 24251349
T 67641 51270 2535660 6162384 2278450 152534 584219 896594 991017 3906757 2427550 991017 18935 47118 42325380
16 MANIPUR
I 85 53 432 5651 210 0 Neg Neg 82 2678 233 82 6 32 27772
UI 606 486 5019 36743 1606 369 46 107 1031 17927 2673 1031 63 325 132930

86
T 691 539 5451 42394 1816 369 46 107 1113 20605 2905 1113 69 358 160702
Area Quantity Applied Area treated with
Gross Quantity
Sl. treated Super Ammo- Others Total Farm
States/ UTs cropped of FYM
No. with DAP Urea Phos- nium Yard Pesticides
area N P K N P K applied
fertilizers phate Sulphate Manure
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
17 MEGHALAYA
I 196 134 587 7945 5438 0 29 73 256 3789 1214 256 78 2 148159
UI 918 329 2034 14242 9438 0 1 171 446 6919 2616 446 121 16 246229
T 1113 464 2622 22188 14876 0 30 244 702 10708 3830 702 199 17 394387
18 MIZORAM
I 25 1 0 59 0 0 Neg 0 0 27 0 0 1 0 975
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UI 247 21 416 1815 0 0 0 0 0 910 192 0 0 2 0


T 272 21 416 1875 0 0 0 0 0 937 192 0 1 2 975
19 NAGALAND
I 155 16 559 632 0 0 0 22 92 391 279 92 7 3 812
UI 450 51 3570 2927 2 0 1 1 647 1990 1644 647 4 2 427
T 606 67 4130 3559 2 0 1 23 738 2381 1923 738 10 5 1239
20 ODISHA
I 2860 2545 170437 263316 13502 308 2255 4515 41647 154123 85076 41647 929 951 2267898
UI 7205 4848 285286 441637 26508 689 2764 4807 61839 257410 140280 61839 3069 1730 8595018
T 10066 7393 455724 704953 40010 997 5019 9322 103487 411533 225356 103487 3998 2680 10862916
21 PUNJAB
I 16777 16644 2071533 5898728 15060 6365 908 616 110355 3088510 955931 110355 1848 15067 17540156
UI 97 5 160 496 0 0 0 0 0 257 74 0 2 0 4466
T 16874 16649 2071693 5899224 15060 6365 908 616 110355 3088767 956005 110355 1850 15067 17544622
22 RAJASTHAN
I 19008 16726 1086514 1829867 283704 88 1866 12604 51606 1039195 557793 51606 2359 6213 9907301
UI 29503 14527 420560 931926 237027 173 2548 15752 10379 506971 247134 10379 4545 7730 16509659
T 48511 31254 1507073 2761793 520732 261 4414 28356 61985 1546166 804926 61985 6904 13943 26416959
23 SIKKIM
I 57 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 49 0 220626
UI 192 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 143 0 736957
T 248 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 192 0 957583
24 TAMIL NADU
I 6716 5981 723572 1906344 173691 7777 59505 108348 441051 1068268 468982 441051 3863 4276 11077275
UI 4471 1724 103290 220244 20123 7183 8215 12727 42968 129599 63460 42968 1342 1194 4727551
T 11187 7705 826862 2126588 193815 14960 67720 121075 484019 1197867 532442 484019 5205 5469 15804826
25 TRIPURA

87
I 103 77 311 10567 15970 165 55 55 1198 5005 2753 1198 35 32 197683
Area Quantity Applied Area treated with
Gross Quantity
Sl. treated Super Ammo- Others Total Farm
States/ UTs cropped of FYM
No. with DAP Urea Phos- nium Yard Pesticides
area N P K N P K applied
fertilizers phate Sulphate Manure
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
UI 417 295 335 20636 30338 394 117 3 1986 9751 5012 1986 173 145 374392
T 520 372 646 31203 46308 559 172 58 3184 14757 7765 3184 208 177 572074
26 UTTARAKHAND
I 1441 1373 195694 378230 493 0 0 0 37901 209211 90098 37901 295 643 918128
UI 960 235 23668 30178 0 0 0 0 9433 18142 10887 9433 906 23 3000682
T 2401 1608 219362 408408 493 0 0 0 47334 227353 100985 47334 1200 666 3918810
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27 UTTAR PRADESH
I 39669 35880 2753337 4744001 50071 28732 13255 31259 74493 2697015 1305805 74493 1233 8939 1776281
UI 11345 3895 86716 868320 52 0 2156 5900 30472 417192 45798 30472 279 1005 501153
T 51014 39775 2840053 5612321 50123 28732 15411 37159 104965 3114207 1351603 104965 1511 9944 2277434
28 WEST BENGAL
I 6948 6350 340220 903991 259351 522 54883 119657 260155 532066 317655 260155 2177 5071 10234681
UI 4477 3946 138108 410939 110106 238 21278 47777 91851 235218 128923 91851 2129 2766 8333103
T 11424 10295 478328 1314930 369457 760 76161 167434 352005 767284 446578 352005 4306 7837 18567784
29 A & N ISLANDS
I 1 Neg 71 5 0 0 0 0 0 15 33 0 Neg Neg 3
UI 51 22 3000 1722 0 0 0 0 633 1332 1380 633 3 20 598
T 52 23 3071 1727 0 0 0 0 633 1347 1413 633 3 20 600
30 CHANDIGARH
I 4 4 216 391 306 0 Neg 0 0 219 148 0 4 3 11813
UI 1 1 0 148 0 0 Neg 0 0 68 0 0 1 Neg 1293
T 4 4 216 539 306 0 Neg 0 0 287 148 0 4 3 13106
31 D & N HAVELI
I 2 2 47 45 0 0 Neg 0 0 29 22 0 Neg 1 329
UI 45 30 1707 1782 0 28 0 0 0 1133 785 0 20 6 35592
T 47 31 1754 1827 0 28 0 0 0 1162 807 0 20 7 35921
32 DAMAN & DIU
I Neg Neg 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 Neg 0 545
UI 2 2 3 19 0 0 0 0 0 9 2 0 1 Neg 763
T 3 2 5 23 0 0 0 0 0 11 2 0 1 Neg 1308
33 DELHI
I 87 71 4307 8046 9829 0 331 99 1492 4808 3653 1492 21 50 43368
UI 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Neg 3 2190

88
T 93 71 4307 8046 9829 0 331 99 1492 4808 3653 1492 21 53 45558
Area Quantity Applied Area treated with
Gross Quantity
Sl. treated Super Ammo- Others Total Farm
States/ UTs cropped of FYM
No. with DAP Urea Phos- nium Yard Pesticides
area N P K N P K applied
fertilizers phate Sulphate Manure
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
34 LAKSHADWEEP
I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
UI 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 422
T 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 422
35 PUDUCHERRY
I 42 41 2534 8219 0 0 467 488 1599 4704 1654 1599 16 30 25542
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UI 11 1 0 135 0 0 0 0 17 62 0 17 5 2 2466
T 53 42 2534 8354 0 0 467 488 1616 4766 1654 1616 21 32 28008
ALL INDIA
I 199254 179089 16467471 33744310 3889412 143661 1284024 1253821 3403512 19800145 9451163 3403512 36324 97143 147259539
UI 247802 168362 9262668 17632854 3882081 121761 684981 945991 1827348 10488457 5827952 1827348 54675 104862 140801914
T 447056 347452 25730138 51377164 7771492 265422 1969005 2199812 5230860 30288602 15279114 5230860 90999 202006 288061453
Note: (1) I – Irrigated, UI – Unirrigated, T = Total of I & UI. (2) Total may not tally due to rounding off.

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ALL CROPS
Area in ‘00 Hect.
Medium (4.00 – 9.99 ha.) Quantity In ’00 Kg.
Area Quantity Applied Area treated with
Gross Quantity
Sl. treated Super Ammo- Others Total Farm
States/ UTs cropped of FYM
No. with DAP Urea Phos- nium Yard Pesticides
area N P K N P K applied
fertilizers phate Sulphate Manure
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
1 ANDHRA PRADESH
I 8347 8207 731364 1661068 191324 5739 139214 182681 391479 1036133 549721 391479 3118 5226 10093495
UI 10354 8781 658935 1058656 114184 5733 66445 86485 153791 673215 407864 153791 2393 5147 6524900
T 18701 16988 1390299 2719723 305508 11472 205658 269166 545270 1709348 957585 545270 5511 10373 16618395
2 ARUNACHAL PRADESH
I 239 98 211 2151 0 0 3 0 8 1031 97 8 91 36 29042
UI 614 20 542 518 205 0 0 8 29 336 290 29 Neg 92 2851
T 853 118 753 2669 205 0 3 8 37 1367 387 37 91 127 31894
3 ASSAM
I 220 148 4907 20637 15629 28 9 56 5586 10391 4813 5586 18 82 31455
UI 3996 2073 32187 90724 90782 29 97 317 20869 47630 29648 20869 352 876 469205
T 4216 2221 37094 111362 106411 57 106 373 26455 58021 34462 26455 369 958 500660

89
Area Quantity Applied Area treated with
Gross Quantity
Sl. treated Super Ammo- Others Total Farm
States/ UTs cropped of FYM
No. with DAP Urea Phos- nium Yard Pesticides
area N P K N P K applied
fertilizers phate Sulphate Manure
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
4 BIHAR
I 2637 2312 102531 320719 696 422 13725 4452 16254 179798 51728 16254 295 1148 495073
UI 1524 1331 156801 163279 132 0 1606 881 22325 104939 73031 22325 834 307 1861497
T 4161 3643 259332 483998 828 422 15331 5333 38579 284737 124759 38579 1129 1455 2356570
5 CHATTISGARH
I 3353 3064 239938 400295 119761 1254 2606 8079 44881 230189 137612 44881 538 1727 1142528
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UI 9320 5480 289775 683303 149054 2314 5836 12677 67734 372791 169823 67734 2515 2222 1841892
T 12673 8544 529713 1083597 268815 3567 8442 20756 112615 602980 307435 112615 3054 3949 2984420
6 GOA
I 75 25 460 1337 144 50 575 664 798 1283 899 798 19 20 16380
UI 45 12 626 1385 897 0 2 2 273 752 434 273 0 24 0
T 120 37 1087 2722 1041 50 578 667 1071 2036 1333 1071 19 44 16380
7 GUJARAT
I 12583 11244 1292890 1572874 5230 21176 4752 539 234010 965356 596106 234010 1410 7225 6889380
UI 19805 12483 525478 1267980 0 340 511 0 0 678438 241720 0 1095 9908 1299362
T 32387 23727 1818368 2840854 5230 21516 5262 539 234010 1643794 837825 234010 2505 17132 8188742
8 HARYANA
I 19872 19511 1994868 5210485 354023 452 0 9298 81884 2218548 983581 81884 1218 13652 2932862
UI 1139 844 5073 114590 0 0 0 0 12 53625 2334 12 9 226 10029
T 21012 20354 1999941 5325075 354023 452 0 9298 81895 2272172 985915 81895 1226 13878 2942892
9 HIMACHAL PRADESH
I 314 218 0 11873 157 0 444 1054 635 5905 1079 635 83 277 705143
UI 873 654 0 31529 5397 0 5507 4774 7533 20010 5637 7533 509 603 2842159
T 1187 872 0 43402 5554 0 5951 5828 8168 25916 6717 8168 592 880 3547302
10 JAMMU & KASHMIR
I 244 209 6034 18028 0 0 100 1 592 9479 2777 592 54 162 293067
UI 528 451 10339 33434 0 0 180 4 667 17420 4760 667 127 303 515799
T 772 660 16373 51462 0 0 280 5 1259 26899 7536 1259 180 465 808867
11 JHARKHAND
I 278 186 28886 50018 222 94 58 43 4694 28285 13366 4694 49 109 381686
UI 2485 1362 89220 123861 2906 261 508 1057 23120 73597 42563 23120 803 783 1345305
T 2763 1548 118106 173878 3128 355 566 1100 27813 101882 55929 27813 852 892 1726991
12 KARNATAKA

90
I 9520 8274 1012624 1492739 24330 155 68427 92261 242573 937391 561961 242573 4212 3034 18683309
Area Quantity Applied Area treated with
Gross Quantity
Sl. treated Super Ammo- Others Total Farm
States/ UTs cropped of FYM
No. with DAP Urea Phos- nium Yard Pesticides
area N P K N P K applied
fertilizers phate Sulphate Manure
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
UI 19457 16365 1571470 1729679 11315 1571 89845 103609 181701 1168685 828296 181701 6355 6034 14157284
T 28978 24639 2584095 3222417 35645 1726 158272 195870 424273 2106076 1390257 424273 10567 9068 32840593
13 KERALA
I 194 156 4559 23222 2071 0 5262 7220 6779 16764 9648 6779 70 91 161560
UI 446 268 655 15773 2287 0 7644 10739 7269 15018 11407 7269 84 54 135043
T 640 423 5214 38995 4358 0 12906 17959 14048 31782 21055 14048 154 145 296604
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14 MADHYA PRADESH
I 22219 19011 1360517 2661220 1134676 3680 16506 21664 211685 1486318 829050 211685 3219 9203 9926978
UI 39711 28555 1614098 2261061 1294593 2567 8475 29422 294642 1339629 979042 294642 7122 15163 18949676
T 61930 47566 2974615 4922281 2429269 6247 24981 51086 506327 2825947 1808092 506327 10341 24365 28876654
15 MAHARASHTRA
I 8736 6084 507094 988471 463650 38991 119656 218167 274648 673662 525615 274648 3277 5552 10108319
UI 34188 26418 906727 2126179 528628 19700 147316 218227 231201 1292627 719902 231201 8484 24342 12019191
T 42924 32502 1413821 3114650 992278 58691 266972 436394 505849 1966290 1245516 505849 11761 29894 22127510
16 MANIPUR
I 22 13 142 1330 53 0 0 0 18 637 74 18 1 13 3863
UI 146 113 1127 8251 389 0 Neg 3 190 3999 583 190 24 78 27290
T 168 127 1269 9582 441 0 Neg 3 207 4636 657 207 25 91 31153
17 MEGHALAYA
I 70 51 180 2815 1880 0 0 Neg 90 1327 384 90 21 Neg 34443
UI 360 137 758 3563 2977 0 3 17 122 1778 842 122 75 5 129676
T 430 188 938 6377 4857 0 3 17 212 3105 1225 212 97 5 164119
18 MIZORAM
I 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
UI 96 7 78 322 0 0 0 0 19 162 36 19 0 Neg 0
T 102 7 78 322 0 0 0 0 19 162 36 19 0 Neg 0
19 NAGALAND
I 341 43 513 2078 0 0 0 0 80 1048 236 80 52 5 6209
UI 1256 70 3105 2980 0 0 0 0 573 1930 1428 573 3 5 394
T 1597 113 3618 5058 0 0 0 0 653 2978 1664 653 55 10 6603
20 ODISHA
I 1239 1116 87475 137818 6694 166 1044 2471 21881 80219 43780 21881 368 469 598565
UI 2688 1894 117437 180112 10767 330 1124 2164 25920 105182 57908 25920 1063 713 1943870

91
T 3927 3010 204913 317929 17461 495 2168 4634 47801 185401 101688 47801 1430 1181 2542435
Area Quantity Applied Area treated with
Gross Quantity
Sl. treated Super Ammo- Others Total Farm
States/ UTs cropped of FYM
No. with DAP Urea Phos- nium Yard Pesticides
area N P K N P K applied
fertilizers phate Sulphate Manure
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
21 PUNJAB
I 33428 33216 4199659 9848159 20336 10952 924352 4791 221641 6212700 1939888 221641 3929 30732 30479664
UI 126 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
T 33554 33216 4199659 9848159 20336 10952 924352 4791 221641 6212700 1939888 221641 3929 30732 30479664
22 RAJASTHAN
I 30490 26425 1583711 2800611 504743 0 2580 17355 49763 1575929 826621 49763 3265 10184 9505634
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UI 51655 16354 430950 854705 274128 86 2203 16976 9353 472956 259073 9353 5893 13743 16373444
T 82144 42779 2014661 3655315 778871 86 4783 34331 59116 2048885 1085694 59116 9158 23927 25879077
23 SIKKIM
I 46 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 39 0 163475
UI 185 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 104 0 551673
T 231 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 143 0 715148
24 TAMIL NADU
I 3846 3277 344424 964059 92487 3847 23040 44768 224596 529296 218001 224596 2041 2159 5363114
UI 2441 885 54811 107208 10491 9837 3769 5765 23518 64978 32656 23518 690 647 2180417
T 6287 4162 399235 1071268 102978 13684 26809 50533 248114 594273 250658 248114 2731 2807 7543531
25 TRIPURA
I 16 8 8 1627 1643 0 23 6 252 773 273 252 3 3 11600
UI 109 70 11 4896 6604 0 30 23 574 2285 1084 574 32 19 70713
T 125 79 19 6523 8247 0 53 29 826 3058 1357 826 35 23 82314
26 UTTARAKHAND
I 1030 987 147333 284496 253 0 0 144 26589 157388 67958 26589 145 534 333055
UI 299 92 10123 12081 0 0 0 1 3514 7379 4657 3514 271 8 837219
T 1329 1079 157456 296577 253 0 0 145 30103 164768 72615 30103 416 543 1170274
27 UTTAR PRADESH
I 20421 18342 909594 1587391 10640 8214 4051 8061 18824 899670 428176 18824 639 4173 524826
UI 7144 2210 32367 363833 50 203 855 2157 8032 174086 17054 8032 216 594 305207
T 27566 20552 941961 1951224 10689 8417 4906 10218 26856 1073756 445230 26856 855 4767 830033
28 WEST BENGAL
I 998 949 48479 120094 23762 177 8631 18644 34527 72637 44746 34527 343 874 1612688
UI 600 505 14267 46993 10201 0 2711 5624 11144 26896 13819 11144 285 389 1182741
T 1599 1454 62745 167088 33963 177 11342 24268 45670 99533 58565 45670 628 1264 2795429
29 A & N ISLANDS

92
I 1 Neg 63 11 0 0 1 0 0 17 29 0 0 Neg 0
Area Quantity Applied Area treated with
Gross Quantity
Sl. treated Super Ammo- Others Total Farm
States/ UTs cropped of FYM
No. with DAP Urea Phos- nium Yard Pesticides
area N P K N P K applied
fertilizers phate Sulphate Manure
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
UI 47 19 1475 1446 0 0 5 3 460 936 681 460 5 21 2067
T 48 19 1538 1457 0 0 6 3 460 953 710 460 5 22 2067
30 CHANDIGARH
I 5 5 246 556 280 0 0 0 0 300 158 0 5 3 18136
UI Neg Neg 0 119 0 0 0 0 0 55 0 0 Neg 0 1765
T 5 5 246 675 280 0 0 0 0 355 158 0 5 3 19901
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31 D & N HAVELI
I 6 5 305 253 0 0 7 0 0 178 140 0 1 3 4545
UI 36 22 1233 1365 0 0 Neg 0 0 850 567 0 13 7 15711
T 42 27 1538 1619 0 0 7 0 0 1028 708 0 13 10 20256
32 DAMAN & DIU
I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
UI 1 1 4 29 0 0 0 0 0 14 2 0 1 Neg 221
T 1 1 4 29 0 0 0 0 0 14 2 0 1 Neg 221
33 DELHI
I 77 71 5563 8528 2143 0 446 14 533 5370 2916 533 15 46 21245
UI 7 6 0 2828 0 0 0 0 0 1301 0 0 6 6 1305
T 83 77 5563 11356 2143 0 446 14 533 6671 2916 533 20 52 22551
34 LAKSHADWEEP
I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
UI 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Neg 0 186
T 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Neg 0 186
35 PUDUCHERRY
I 24 23 1637 3998 0 0 270 126 1077 2404 879 1077 16 19 21702
UI 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
T 27 23 1637 3998 0 0 270 126 1077 2404 879 1077 16 20 21702
ALL INDIA
I 180896 163279 14616217 30198961 2976825 95396 798336 642560 2116374 17340429 7842312 2116374 28552 96764 110593041
UI 211687 127483 6529672 11292681 2515987 42971 344671 500933 1094584 6723497 3907140 1094584 39362 82321 85598094
T 392583 290762 21145889 41491642 5492812 138367 1143007 1143493 3210958 24063926 11749452 3210958 67914 179084 196191135
Note: (1) I – Irrigated, UI – Unirrigated, T = Total of I & UI. (2) Total may not tally due to rounding off.

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TABLE 2A: USAGE OF INPUTS-FERTILIZERS BY MAJOR SIZE GROUPS
ALL CROPS
Area in ‘00 Hect.
Large (10.00 ha. & above.) Quantity In ’00 Kg.
Area Quantity Applied Area treated with
Gross Quantity
Sl. treated Super Ammo- Others Total Farm
States/ UTs cropped of FYM
No. with DAP Urea Phos- nium Yard Pesticides
area N P K N P K applied
fertilizers phate Sulphate Manure
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
1 ANDHRA PRADESH
I 1188 1174 97882 206599 24067 1857 16318 20394 50463 129355 69271 50463 462 744 1225631
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UI 1962 1707 115639 185816 13437 2383 11545 15436 26161 118326 70780 26161 390 970 841275
T 3150 2881 213522 392415 37504 4240 27862 35830 76624 247681 140051 76624 852 1714 2066906
2 ARUNACHAL PRADESH
I 73 27 97 276 0 0 0 0 4 144 44 4 18 11 2054
UI 410 50 511 1383 295 0 1 0 56 729 282 56 3 62 36236
T 483 77 608 1659 295 0 1 0 61 874 327 61 21 73 38290
3 ASSAM
I 22 20 152 4653 3496 0 25 192 1052 2192 821 1052 10 5 312
UI 362 188 3607 6597 4328 0 15 0 1045 3698 2352 1045 28 104 26525
T 384 209 3759 11250 7825 0 39 192 2097 5891 3173 2097 38 110 26837
4 BIHAR
I 295 244 14016 33637 16 0 436 311 2242 18432 6761 2242 37 126 48076
UI 122 108 11213 15439 0 0 40 13 1663 9161 5171 1663 66 23 115773
T 416 352 25228 49077 16 0 476 324 3905 27592 11932 3905 103 149 163849
5 CHATTISGARH
I 908 855 64369 91402 26645 0 320 617 11073 53951 34490 11073 127 489 167871
UI 3475 1579 67759 157021 34722 3 485 2423 18330 84911 39147 18330 823 668 491530
T 4383 2434 132128 248423 61367 3 804 3040 29403 138862 73637 29403 949 1157 659401
6 GOA
I 69 14 566 795 217 0 42 109 415 510 404 415 12 31 4118
UI 54 12 523 647 199 0 Neg 1 397 392 274 397 0 37 0
T 123 26 1089 1442 416 0 42 110 813 902 678 813 12 68 4118
7 GUJARAT
I 2368 2218 102303 157241 0 100 291 0 30975 91057 47059 30975 289 1286 493332
UI 4371 3053 44541 146289 294 0 32 158 0 75343 20694 0 91 2299 173968
T 6739 5271 146844 303530 294 100 323 158 30975 166400 67753 30975 380 3585 667299
8 HARYANA

94
I 11052 10845 1103753 3358531 171205 44 26 7220 65879 1743635 542340 65879 931 7881 1401082
Area Quantity Applied Area treated with
Gross Quantity
Sl. treated Super Ammo- Others Total Farm
States/ UTs cropped of FYM
No. with DAP Urea Phos- nium Yard Pesticides
area N P K N P K applied
fertilizers phate Sulphate Manure
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
UI 979 750 1921 110546 0 0 0 0 0 51197 883 0 190 161 66798
T 12031 11595 1105674 3469077 171205 44 26 7220 65879 1794832 543223 65879 1121 8043 1467880
9 HIMACHAL PRADESH
I 110 79 0 2296 31 0 101 267 133 1157 272 133 24 102 85274
UI 332 289 0 4828 612 0 425 390 852 2646 488 852 197 118 228353
T 442 369 0 7124 643 0 526 658 985 3803 761 985 220 221 313627
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10 JAMMU & KASHMIR


I 13 8 354 822 0 0 0 0 28 442 163 28 0 9 0
UI 87 34 1444 2519 0 0 0 0 2 1419 664 2 2 71 10733
T 100 42 1798 3341 0 0 0 0 30 1860 827 30 2 79 10733
11 JHARKHAND
I 82 55 6597 12958 11 3 0 Neg 1470 7149 3037 1470 19 33 174099
UI 1046 571 23741 38968 4368 1 322 742 13309 22521 12361 13309 449 333 579198
T 1128 625 30338 51927 4379 5 322 742 14779 29670 15398 14779 467 366 753297
12 KARNATAKA
I 2331 2019 273617 371824 7654 121 12446 20360 55721 232761 147449 55721 966 660 4827406
UI 6129 5267 528325 586121 2604 290 25191 28592 61095 389965 272038 61095 1832 2054 3308666
T 8461 7287 801942 957945 10258 412 37637 48952 116817 622725 419487 116817 2798 2714 8136072
13 KERALA
I 54 43 694 5164 1310 0 1126 1471 1927 3626 2000 1927 33 24 28275
UI 197 122 29 5226 1119 0 3689 5890 5524 6099 6083 5524 37 9 20917
T 251 165 723 10390 2429 0 4815 7361 7451 9725 8083 7451 70 33 49192
14 MADHYA PRADESH
I 6217 5367 368894 680957 249261 1710 2814 5439 80251 382808 215011 80251 1212 2338 4013793
UI 11625 8308 511108 740159 279723 1238 2106 8721 142157 434834 288586 142157 2962 3574 8713635
T 17842 13674 880002 1421116 528983 2948 4920 14159 222407 817641 503597 222407 4174 5912 12727428
15 MAHARASHTRA
I 1313 899 50830 105802 39334 3854 12630 18956 21822 71243 48631 21822 467 796 1192025
UI 7641 5790 143686 401631 58018 2368 18889 27910 29735 229991 103289 29735 1623 5389 2130257
T 8954 6689 194516 507433 97352 6222 31520 46866 51558 301234 151920 51558 2090 6185 3322282
16 MANIPUR
I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
UI 5 4 35 258 30 0 0 0 16 125 21 16 Neg 3 259

95
T 5 4 35 258 30 0 0 0 16 125 21 16 Neg 3 259
Area Quantity Applied Area treated with
Gross Quantity
Sl. treated Super Ammo- Others Total Farm
States/ UTs cropped of FYM
No. with DAP Urea Phos- nium Yard Pesticides
area N P K N P K applied
fertilizers phate Sulphate Manure
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
17 MEGHALAYA
I 5 5 44 229 70 0 0 0 8 113 31 8 Neg 0 602
UI 21 9 64 411 334 0 0 1 11 200 84 11 3 0 1824
T 27 14 107 640 405 0 0 1 20 314 115 20 3 0 2426
18 MIZORAM
I 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
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UI 37 10 260 51 0 0 0 0 0 70 120 0 0 Neg 0


T 41 10 260 51 0 0 0 0 0 70 120 0 0 Neg 0
19 NAGALAND
I 209 22 490 631 0 0 0 0 100 378 225 100 41 4 4958
UI 1226 131 2472 2192 128 0 0 9 416 1453 1166 416 32 14 3864
T 1435 154 2962 2823 128 0 0 9 516 1832 1392 516 74 18 8821
20 ODISHA
I 414 316 23400 27104 1225 441 141 227 4753 16912 11187 4753 60 95 160322
UI 360 238 21982 30912 2058 31 121 109 4191 18304 10551 4191 116 97 115896
T 774 553 45383 58017 3283 472 263 336 8944 35216 21738 8944 176 192 276217
21 PUNJAB
I 19903 19728 2462510 6524729 15501 3795 1869 1698 150383 3447278 1136933 150383 2272 18612 13546757
UI 53 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
T 19956 19728 2462510 6524729 15501 3795 1869 1698 150383 3447278 1136933 150383 2272 18612 13546757
22 RAJASTHAN
I 19725 16582 882431 1651100 333561 0 953 6909 14808 919297 466197 14808 2044 6909 3576468
UI 47565 8630 186876 306400 84091 0 491 5182 1658 175072 104600 1658 3838 12992 7454696
T 67290 25212 1069307 1957499 417652 0 1444 12091 16466 1094369 570797 16466 5882 19902 11031164
23 SIKKIM
I 13 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 0 32643
UI 79 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 30 0 176749
T 92 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 42 0 209392
24 TAMIL NADU
I 772 614 69018 162981 17228 735 4327 7538 39640 91873 42043 39640 415 362 1127291
UI 709 254 10354 26393 6301 7311 735 729 5621 16246 6500 5621 157 195 527668
T 1481 868 79373 189374 23529 8046 5062 8266 45260 108118 48543 45260 572 557 1654959
25 TRIPURA

96
I 1 1 0 40 47 0 0 0 3 19 8 3 1 1 297
Area Quantity Applied Area treated with
Gross Quantity
Sl. treated Super Ammo- Others Total Farm
States/ UTs cropped of FYM
No. with DAP Urea Phos- nium Yard Pesticides
area N P K N P K applied
fertilizers phate Sulphate Manure
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
UI 7 6 0 483 744 0 0 0 68 222 119 68 1 Neg 2126
T 8 7 0 523 791 0 0 0 71 241 127 71 1 1 2423
26 UTTARAKHAND
I 244 238 28878 41343 341 0 0 0 5914 24216 13338 5914 14 156 20043
UI 32 14 1687 1269 3 0 0 0 466 888 777 466 24 1 69963
T 276 252 30565 42612 344 0 0 0 6379 25103 14115 6379 39 157 90006
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27 UTTAR PRADESH
I 2559 2319 71101 100168 276 8186 86 140 714 60648 32890 714 88 549 28414
UI 1288 331 2637 8998 0 72 199 523 687 4827 1736 687 18 61 13983
T 3847 2650 73737 109166 276 8258 285 662 1401 65475 34626 1401 106 610 42397
28 WEST BENGAL
I 2 2 128 234 0 0 0 0 39 131 59 39 1 1 1280
UI 4 3 360 544 0 0 8 21 226 323 187 226 1 3 1025
T 6 5 488 778 0 0 8 21 265 454 245 265 2 5 2305
29 A & N ISLANDS
I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
UI Neg Neg 41 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 19 0 0 0 Neg
T Neg Neg 41 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 19 0 0 0 Neg
30 CHANDIGARH
I 1 1 32 92 22 0 0 0 0 48 18 0 1 Neg 1654
UI Neg Neg 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 Neg 0 62
T 1 1 32 99 22 0 0 0 0 51 18 0 1 Neg 1715
31 D & N HAVELI
I 6 4 131 111 26 0 0 0 0 74 64 0 2 3 1307
UI 9 6 328 389 0 0 0 0 0 238 151 0 3 3 2144
T 15 11 459 500 26 0 0 0 0 313 215 0 5 5 3451
32 DAMAN & DIU
I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
UI Neg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Neg 0
T Neg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Neg 0
33 DELHI
I 29 21 684 225 3 0 33 0 0 260 315 0 5 17 80570
UI 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

97
T 30 21 684 225 3 0 33 0 0 260 315 0 5 18 80570
Area Quantity Applied Area treated with
Gross Quantity
Sl. treated Super Ammo- Others Total Farm
States/ UTs cropped of FYM
No. with DAP Urea Phos- nium Yard Pesticides
area N P K N P K applied
fertilizers phate Sulphate Manure
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
34 LAKSHADWEEP
I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
UI Neg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Neg 0 15
T Neg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Neg 0 15
35 PUDUCHERRY
I 5 5 0 1121 0 0 69 0 158 584 0 158 1 5 882
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UI 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
T 6 5 0 1121 0 0 69 0 158 584 0 158 1 5 882
ALL INDIA
I 69989 63724 5622969 13543066 891547 20847 54051 91847 539976 7300291 2821061 539976 9561 41251 32246834
UI 90190 37465 1681142 2781497 493408 13698 64294 96851 313686 1649210 949122 313686 12917 29242 25114135
T 160179 101190 7304112 16324563 1384955 34545 118346 188698 853662 8949501 3770182 853662 22478 70494 57360969
Note: (1) I – Irrigated, UI – Unirrigated, T = Total of I & UI. (2) Total may not tally due to rounding off.

TABLE 2A: USAGE OF INPUTS-FERTILIZERS BY MAJOR SIZE GROUPS


ALL CROPS
Area in ‘00 Hect.
All Groups Quantity In ’00 Kg.
Area Quantity Applied Area treated with
Gross Quantity of
Sl. States/ treated Super Ammo- Others Total Farm
cropped FYM
No. UTs with DAP Urea Phos- nium Yard Pesticides
area N P K N P K applied
fertilizers phate Sulphate Manure
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
1 ANDHRA PRADESH
I 69645 68667 6123534 14755698 1403117 35794 1049318 1348726 3258527 8946549 4390050 3258527 25873 42250 95835896
UI 72447 58683 4736647 8110823 692570 58120 487445 615632 1200068 5082993 2905301 1200068 16235 34507 61893658
T 142092 127350 10860181 22866521 2095687 93914 1536763 1964358 4458595 14029542 7295351 4458595 42109 76757 157729554
2 ARUNACHAL PRADESH
I 497 234 321 5663 0 2 4 0 13 2667 148 13 202 64 67873
UI 1852 121 1427 5464 1310 1 2 8 304 2773 874 304 7 227 83931
T 2349 355 1748 11127 1310 3 6 8 316 5440 1021 316 209 291 151803
3 ASSAM
I 1376 1014 39252 310894 235073 49 185 552 72414 150271 56219 72414 133 524 624767
UI 28771 14749 265982 1424393 1677584 376 1442 2992 378026 704617 393758 378026 3185 7642 6223359
T 30148 15764 305234 1735287 1912658 425 1627 3544 450440 854889 449977 450440 3318 8166 6848125
4 BIHAR
I 44655 39537 2954096 7646808 7391 14225 273549 136266 611332 4325749 1496333 611332 5464 18253 11428938
UI 27049 23604 2824859 3325206 1081 1013 31862 17769 508488 2070141 1317377 508488 15252 5517 33092281

98
T 71705 63141 5778955 10972014 8471 15238 305412 154035 1119821 6395889 2813710 1119821 20716 23769 44521220
Area Quantity Applied Area treated with
Gross Quantity of
Sl. States/ treated Super Ammo- Others Total Farm
cropped FYM
No. UTs with DAP Urea Phos- nium Yard Pesticides
area N P K N P K applied
fertilizers phate Sulphate Manure
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
5 CHATTISGARH
I 15765 14363 1266360 2281706 683964 4323 17026 36208 227246 1295447 728168 227246 2538 8015 7155428
UI 41474 25975 1506230 3722514 902955 13981 23929 58257 333493 2010287 895595 333493 11285 11055 12056981
T 57239 40338 2772590 6004220 1586919 18304 40955 94465 560739 3305733 1623763 560739 13823 19070 19212409
6 GOA
I 347 138 7271 14407 551 50 2930 4818 9273 10876 8251 9273 58 113 92584
UI 515 231 19008 25146 2422 0 1893 1135 9704 16882 10266 9704 25 313 18975
T 862 369 26278 39554 2973 50 4823 5954 18977 27758 18517 18977 83 426 111559
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7 GUJARAT
I 42682 38479 5752410 11363026 32855 52465 19818 3827 1290369 6293052 2655192 1290369 4069 23228 20583145
UI 62418 41046 3305033 10754338 1177 2349 2350 288 33070 5544736 1520791 33070 2891 31558 4919712
T 105100 79525 9057443 22117364 34031 54814 22168 4114 1323439 11837787 4175983 1323439 6960 54786 25502857
8 HARYANA
I 60937 59878 6435108 17513928 1090391 3015 0 30505 284621 9141154 3165118 284621 4302 41945 20880102
UI 3994 3143 33213 465345 149 0 140 27 12 220177 15329 12 213 736 140291
T 64931 63021 6468321 17979273 1090541 3015 0 30533 284632 9361332 3180447 284632 4516 42681 21020393
9 HIMACHAL PRADESH
I 1835 1267 0 100012 3369 1 4398 7364 4038 50404 7903 4038 676 1305 5544013
UI 7779 5952 28 481964 269021 3972 63830 43786 86913 286357 86842 86913 5124 4390 30913812
T 9613 7219 28 581976 272390 3973 68228 51150 90951 336761 94746 90951 5800 5694 36457825
10 JAMMU & KASHMIR
I 4818 4540 345193 575042 0 0 3747 139 61262 330401 158928 61262 1804 3785 25999645
UI 6497 5575 277941 612188 378 0 2588 353 43487 334224 128267 43487 2194 3947 13936287
T 11314 10116 623134 1187230 378 0 6335 492 104749 664625 287195 104749 3999 7731 39935931
11 JHARKHAND
I 1187 797 134817 215191 716 179 119 98 18111 123411 62228 18111 164 516 1727278
UI 10561 5692 482990 706025 22510 779 1911 4183 94706 413782 229960 94706 2917 3482 5288640
T 11748 6489 617807 921216 23226 958 2031 4281 112817 537193 292188 112817 3081 3998 7015918
12 KARNATAKA
I 39146 34050 4175414 6036652 134183 6712 442278 569143 1272170 3972096 2511303 1272170 18189 12884 88879819
UI 84999 69381 6455005 6906232 65707 13789 605862 663369 1145013 4947470 3643184 1145013 30286 23718 82269571
T 124146 103431 10630419 12942885 199890 20501 1048140 1232512 2417184 8919566 6154487 2417184 48475 36601 171149390
13 KERALA
I 3271 2091 38015 327914 50530 0 64899 98026 94746 222582 123598 94746 1328 979 3658381
UI 10542 4160 18066 239530 33253 0 141385 197909 144217 254821 211540 144217 2108 618 6160743
T 13813 6251 56081 567444 83784 0 206284 295935 238962 477403 335137 238962 3436 1597 9819125
14 MADHYA PRADESH
I 74916 64610 4804653 9766323 4230680 23004 71113 108729 650201 5433198 2995778 650201 9122 32523 28362743
UI 142966 100912 6145780 8781479 4980065 17006 40340 166304 1015193 5189564 3790173 1015193 23165 55942 64240817
T 217881 165522 10950433 18547802 9210745 40010 111452 275033 1665395 10622761 6785952 1665395 32287 88465 92603560
15 MAHARASHTRA
I 46782 32777 3459902 7253909 4302580 307231 1054567 1807183 2223974 5077437 4087151 2223974 17991 29331 68362672
UI 183264 141317 6118689 18317187 4855752 263663 1415246 2004124 1936503 10996831 5595642 1936503 47390 130212 98975573
T 230045 174094 9578591 25571096 9158331 570894 2469813 3811308 4160476 16074267 9682793 4160476 65380 159543 167338244

99
16 MANIPUR
Area Quantity Applied Area treated with
Gross Quantity of
Sl. States/ treated Super Ammo- Others Total Farm
cropped FYM
No. UTs with DAP Urea Phos- nium Yard Pesticides
area N P K N P K applied
fertilizers phate Sulphate Manure
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
I 344 247 1840 21401 1283 90 2 2 441 10196 1054 441 75 127 264313
UI 1813 1457 15691 115285 5404 489 184 711 4218 56140 8793 4218 284 927 800690
T 2157 1704 17532 136686 6687 579 186 713 4659 66336 9848 4659 359 1054 1065003
17 MEGHALAYA
I 609 392 2238 22408 13692 Neg 52 127 850 10763 3347 850 170 5 376512
UI 2483 940 6638 45481 33725 7 32 362 1560 22150 8811 1560 374 48 781411
T 3092 1332 8875 67889 47417 7 85 489 2410 32913 12158 2410 544 53 1157924
18 MIZORAM
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I 104 1 0 59 0 0 Neg 0 0 27 0 0 3 0 1354


UI 1094 112 4600 17961 0 0 0 0 595 9090 2116 595 5 16 5979
T 1198 113 4600 18021 0 0 0 0 595 9118 2116 595 8 16 7333
19 NAGALAND
I 762 87 1654 3418 0 0 0 22 289 1870 783 289 104 13 12443
UI 3033 261 9579 8432 157 0 1 10 1712 5604 4442 1712 40 21 4822
T 3795 348 11233 11851 157 0 1 33 2002 7474 5225 2002 144 34 17265
20 ODISHA
I 14818 12865 943458 1332060 87186 2328 9646 20670 232467 792696 468610 232467 5007 4951 13149473
UI 38907 26349 1607374 2415998 128241 3794 15351 29199 333084 1416819 789109 333084 17280 9033 57014729
T 53725 39215 2550832 3748058 215427 6122 24997 49868 565551 2209515 1257719 565551 22287 13984 70164203
21 PUNJAB
I 77398 76811 9695232 24812514 54899 28310 927358 7265 527129 14092088 4475856 527129 8900 70732 72107403
UI 343 7 225 977 0 0 0 0 0 490 104 0 3 0 6611
T 77741 76818 9695458 24813492 54899 28310 927358 7265 527129 14092578 4475959 527129 8903 70732 72114014
22 RAJASTHAN
I 87754 76326 4677152 8238000 1327125 88 7566 52770 217117 4638951 2416600 217117 10212 29643 39558427
UI 157528 56997 1604834 3564504 823588 259 8905 57512 37994 1937501 927510 37994 19608 42367 68736736
T 245282 133323 6281986 11802504 2150713 347 16471 110282 255111 6576452 3344110 255111 29821 72010 108295163
23 SIKKIM
I 177 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 154 0 625654
UI 732 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 528 0 2781751
T 909 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 681 0 3407405
24 TAMIL NADU
I 33147 30070 4202002 9516033 888476 54077 320897 572982 2280878 5465772 2648058 2280878 19463 22524 56492343
UI 22703 9214 561670 1174712 121903 58093 57345 82127 267980 710780 360000 267980 7714 6078 27133235
T 55850 39284 4763671 10690745 1010379 112170 378242 655109 2548859 6176552 3008058 2548859 27178 28603 83625578
25 TRIPURA
I 689 577 2347 77632 126089 165 510 482 10750 36677 21736 10750 313 297 2321376
UI 2199 1710 3085 145916 193279 710 378 206 16913 68201 32549 16913 1012 882 3939776
T 2887 2288 5432 223547 319367 874 889 688 27663 104878 54285 27663 1325 1180 6261152
26 UTTARAKHAND
I 5574 5202 716933 1356631 1835 0 81 150 144241 753179 330232 144241 1395 2117 4871171
UI 5940 1456 145965 190020 67 0 0 Neg 59188 113683 67155 59188 5642 92 19054581
T 11515 6659 862898 1546651 1902 0 81 150 203429 866862 397387 203429 7037 2209 23925752
27 UTTAR PRADESH

100
I 196434 173807 19178643 43604520 609267 106151 1521888 471115 1195826 25053990 9390774 1195826 8453 46002 29139292
Area Quantity Applied Area treated with
Gross Quantity of
Sl. States/ treated Super Ammo- Others Total Farm
cropped FYM
No. UTs with DAP Urea Phos- nium Yard Pesticides
area N P K N P K applied
fertilizers phate Sulphate Manure
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
UI 59956 20155 629749 10219220 1471 336 33971 88837 472427 4848237 378757 472427 2247 6683 7686509
T 256390 193961 19808392 53823740 610739 106487 1555859 559952 1668253 29902227 9769531 1668253 10700 52686 36825801
28 WEST BENGAL
I 53689 50421 4727275 8275825 2123777 5493 893116 912720 2378014 5552036 3427070 2378014 14144 36015 77769014
UI 35256 30591 2327405 3986927 941553 1666 143689 311471 793296 2396951 1532726 793296 13541 20055 60858100
T 88945 81012 7054679 12262751 3065330 7158 1036805 1224191 3171311 7948987 4959796 3171311 27686 56071 138627114
29 A & N ISLANDS
I 2 1 213 41 0 0 1 0 0 58 98 0 Neg 1 3
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UI 136 52 7849 4836 6 0 15 3 1726 3653 3614 1726 10 50 3624


T 138 53 8063 4877 6 0 16 3 1726 3711 3712 1726 10 51 3626
30 CHANDIGARH
I 15 15 883 1917 919 0 0 0 0 1041 553 0 15 11 48412
UI 2 2 0 495 0 0 0 0 0 228 0 0 2 Neg 5290
T 18 17 883 2412 919 0 0 0 0 1268 553 0 17 11 53702
31 D & N HAVELI
I 17 12 627 501 26 0 17 0 0 360 292 0 4 8 6530
UI 182 122 8308 9041 0 28 0 0 0 5660 3822 0 78 34 189023
T 198 134 8935 9542 26 28 17 0 0 6020 4114 0 82 41 195554
32 DAMAN & DIU
I Neg Neg 1 5 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 Neg 0 549
UI 28 25 248 1223 0 0 0 0 0 607 114 0 10 3 15312
T 28 25 249 1228 0 0 0 0 0 610 114 0 10 3 15861
33 DELHI
I 342 269 15546 28975 28321 0 1974 251 3989 18101 11933 3989 71 209 251875
UI 29 6 0 2828 0 0 0 0 0 1301 0 0 10 12 7215
T 370 275 15546 31803 28321 0 1974 251 3989 19402 11933 3989 80 222 259090
34 LAKSHADWEEP
I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
UI 21 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 10786
T 21 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 10786
35 PUDUCHERRY
I 241 235 18493 51424 0 0 3669 2046 9400 30653 10553 9400 99 142 237515
UI 58 2 0 232 0 0 0 0 58 107 0 58 10 9 21673
T 299 237 18493 51656 0 0 3669 2046 9458 30760 10553 9458 109 150 259188
ALL INDIA
I 879974 789785 79720884 175510539 17438296 643752 6616535 6192185 17079690 101833755 45653919 17079690 160495 428513 676436942
UI 1017569 649997 39124117 85781923 15755327 440431 3080099 4346574 8919948 49672854 24864520 8919948 230685 400173 669272483
T 1897543 1439782 118845001 261292462 33193622 1084183 9696634 10538759 25999637 151506608 70518439 25999637 391180 828686 1345709426
Note: (1) I – Irrigated, UI – Unirrigated, T = Total of I & UI. (2) Total may not tally due to rounding off.

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TABLE 2B: USAGE OF INPUTS-FERTILIZERS BY MAJOR SIZE GROUPS
PADDY
Area in '00 Hect.
Marginal (below 1.00 ha.) Quantity in ’00 Kg.
Area Quantity Applied Area treated with
Gross Quantity
Sl. treated Super Ammo- Others Total Farm
States/ UTs cropped of FYM
No. with DAP Urea Phos- nium Yard Pesticides
area N P K N P K applied
fertilizers phate Sulphate Manure
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
All India Report on Input Survey 2011-12

1 ANDHRA PRADESH
I 18232 18149 1638380 3992591 340398 6718 235047 296961 830494 2367931 1105080 830494 7018 11285 27962210
UI 1370 891 60684 161829 2991 77 8760 10024 22231 94140 38417 22231 288 287 4900815
T 19602 19040 1699064 4154420 343388 6795 243807 306985 852725 2462071 1143496