RCFC Central Region, Activities
|2.1 One day Sensitization Workshop on “Voluntary Certification Scheme on Medicinal Plant Produce” sponsored by Quality Council of India2.2 One day state level consultative workshop-cum–stakeholder meet on “Issues confronting medicinal plants sector” at Naya Raipur (Chhattisgarh)|
|III||TRAININGS & EXPOSURE VISITS||Click here|
|3.1 Trainings3.2 Exposure visits
3.3 Numbers of beneficiaries
|IV||MEETINGS ORGANIZED AND PARTICIPATED||Click here|
|4.1 Meetings organized by RCFC, Central Region4.2 Meetings/programs attended by RCFC officials
4.3 Particiapation in fairs and exhibitions
|V||PRODUCTION OF QUALITY PLANTING MATERIAL (QPM)||Click here|
|5.1 Development of QPM in 2018-19 and its disposal in 2019-205.2 Deveploment of QPM in 2019-20
5.3 Certification of QPM
5.4 Utilization of QPM
|VI||DATA MAINTENANCE||Click here|
|6.1 Website of Regional-cum-Facilitation Centre, Central Region Jabalpur6.2 Data collection work of major pockets of cultivation, traders and manufacturers
6.3 Linkage with stakeholders
6.4 Stakeholders and areas of association
6.5 Development of data base management system for medicinal plants in Madhya Pradesh
|VII||MARKETING INITIATIVES UNDERTAKEN||Click here|
|7.1 Collection of data on market rates of medicinal plant products in five mandis viz. Neemuch, Shivpuri, Dhamtari, Mumbai and Jaipur for e-CHARAK platform.7.2 Mandis/trade centres proposed for establishment of medicinal plant mandis and collection of required information
7.3 Survey of existing primary processing centres for evaluation of their present status and identification of their infrastructure upgradation and training needs.
7.4 Capacity building of forest staff and rural communities in sustainable harvesting and primary processing of selected medicinal plants
|VIII||REGION-SPECIFIC IDENTIFIED PROJECTS||Click here|
|8.1 Establishment of seed production areas of medicinal and aromatic plants8.2 Production of vegetative propagules and standardization of vegetative propagation protocols of selected medicinal plant species.
8.3 Evaluation of germplasm of Safed Musli (Chlorophytum sp.) and Satawar (Asparagus sp.) for bio-active compounds.
8.4 Assessment of demand and supply and study of value-supply chains of three commercially important medicinal species.
8.5 Documentation of traditional knowledge of Pahadi Korwa tribe of Chhattisgarh about the conservation, harvesting & utilization of medicinal plants
8.6 An innovative approach to conservation and sustainable management of depleting wild medicinal plant resources: Development of a workable field model.
|IX||PROJECT EVALUATION AND MONITORING||Click here|
|X||STATUS SURVEY OF MEDICINAL PLANTS CONSERVATION AREAS (MPCAs) AND PROPOSED MEDICINAL PLANTS CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT AREAS (MPCDAs)||Click here|
|10.1 Existing MPCAs in Chhattisgarh10.2 MPCAs visited by RCFC officials
10.3 Proposed new MPCDAs
|XII||SETTLEMENT OF UTILIZATION CERTIFICATS||Click here|
|XIII||SUCCESS STORIES||Click here|
|13.1 Cultivation of Ashwagandha in Umaheda Village of Neemuch District13.2 Maa Danteshwari Herbal Group, Kondagaon, Bastar (Chhattisgarh)|
Preparation of Quality Planting Material
NMPB has allotted the center a target of production of quality planting material of one lakh plants of medicinal plants species, specific to Madhya Pradesh & Chhattisgarh. This target has in turn been allotted to the State Forest Research Institute, Jabalpur. Preparations for raising this planting stock have already been initiated. It is expected that about 50,000 plants will be ready by the end of June 2018 for planting in the rainy season. The remaining target will be achieve by June 2019. It is planned to supply the planting stock of tree species, especially those belonging to RET categories, to the state forest departments of Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh for enrichment planting in forest areas under the ongoing plantation schemes. Requests for the same may be sent in advance to Director, SFRI, Jabalpur with a copy to the Regional Director, Central Region.
It is also intended to make the planting stock of commercially important high demand species available to the cultivators who are interested in agri-cultivation of these species. The interested cultivators may contact the RCFC.
Preparation of Extension Material
Extension material in the form of brochures/leaflets is being prepared.
Preparation of Action Plan
Tentative action plan for the current year center has been prepared.