First Exclusive Farm Budget for Tamil Nadu | GetFarm Talks

Aug 16, 2021


TamilNadu Government Allocates 34,000 Crores

Agriculture Budget is an ever-green aspiration of farmers and the dream of nature lovers.

Can you imagine a government invests a total of ₹34,220.65 crores inthe agriculture budget? 

Yeah, it’s happening!

This budget is aimed to increase the income of our farmers and promote organic farming.

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  • On 14th August 2021, our Tamil Nadu government prepared and presented a budget in Tamil Nadu Assembly
  • An Exclusive Agriculture Featuring Scheme focused on the overall improvement of the farm sector
  • TN Agriculture&Farmer’s Welfare Minister Mr. M R K Paneerselvamannounced that the budget was prepared on the views of farmers and experts
  • He announced the amount allocated for agriculture and its allied sector for 2021-2022

A Gist

This year witnessed the very 1st separate agriculture budget. It was presented in TN off course.
The budget includes agriculture and other related departments of

  • Fisheries
  • Animal Husbandry
  • Irrigation
  • Rural Development
  • Dairy Development
  • Forest
  • Sericulture

Let us dig in-depth to know more

Well! Besides allocating the fund, a separate wing has been setup to concentrate on organic farming and the agro-industrial corridor.
It has been proposed to bring prosperity to both farmers and farm laborers in our Cauvery Delta Region.

This wing covers from Trichy to Nagapattinam. It also looks after the Moringa Export Area in Dindigul,
Theni, Tuticorin, Karur, Tirupur, Ariyalur, and Madurai districts.

Kalaignarin Anaithu Grama OrunguInaintha Veelan Valarchi Thittam

The plan is named in remembrance of Former Chief Minister M Karunanidhi.
A scheme to make sure all 12,524 village panchayats remain self-sufficient in farm produces. 

What about Organic Farming?

For promoting our organic farming a scheme named “Organic Farming Development”
shall be implemented. It will cost around ₹33.03 crores.

Need some inputs?

Organic Farming inputs are made available in Agriculture Extension Centers.
Stay in connection with GetFarms Talks to know more about organic schemes, certification, and farms.


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