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 BACKGROUND

Paddy Industry Division (BIP) is responsible for matters relating to the centralized management system Paddy Estate NKEA, agricultural development and transfer of technology, monitoring of high-quality paddy seeds and distributing fertilizer subsidy scheme in the Muda area. The Management Division is headed by the Director of the Paddy Industry that reports directly to the General Manager of MADA.

This section consists of four (4) branches, namely:

1.  Development Branch

Plant Protection Section
Technology Promotion Section
Agronomy and Quality Rice Production Section

2.  Agricultural Input Management Branch

Soil Fertility Section
Input Suply Section

3.    Paddy Estate Branch

Paddy Estate Management Section
Paddy Estate Development Section
Monitoring Operations Section

4.  Plant Seeds Branch

VISION OF INDUSTRY RICE

Being a part of the driving industry development and socio-economic paddy farmers in Muda area.

MISSION OF INDUSTRY PADDY

  • Transforming rice industry to the level of modern, efficient, sustainable and competitive.
  • Help improve the production of paddy in the Muda area.
  • Develop and promote Paddy Estate Project NKEA EPP 10 to a sustainable level.
  • Streamline program of agricultural development, transfer of new technologies and activities in the area of paddy crops.

OBJECTIVE OF PADDY INDUSTRY

  • Creating 20, 000 hectare estate Paddy in Muda area by 2010.
  • Running the programs to increase soil fertility.
  • Program an expansion and monitoring of weed and pest attack paddy to reduce the attack less 10% per season.
  • Increase the average yield of rice in NKEA project of 7.1 tonnes per hectare and the total area of about 7.0 tonnes per hectare in 2016 and further to 10 tonnes per hectare in the Muda area by 2020.
  • Production of paddy seeds of 24 000 m / tons per year, which is 85% of MADA needs throughout 2010.
  • Creating 20, 000 hectare of  in Muda area by 2010.

MAIN FUNCTIONS SECTION: –

1)  EXPANSION BRANCH
Development Branch serves as the planning and implementing the work of agricultural development, transfer of new technologies and monitoring activities in the area of paddy crops. Besides that expansion branch is also planning and implementing demonstration programs, courses and training related to paddy farmers.

2)  INPUT MANAGEMENT BRANCH OF AGRICULTURE
Management Branch Agricultural Input set up to coordinate and supervise the supply and distribution of agricultural inputs to the Area Farmers Organisation (PPK) of MADA. Additionally, branches of Agricultural Input Management must also coordinate and monitor the affected areas for the cultivation of rice in the Muda area.

3)  PADDY ESTATE BRANCH
Established to coordinate and monitor all aspects related to the establishment of the Paddy Estate NKEA EPP 10 Project centrally in addition to coordinate the operation, development and management in Paddy estate project in the Muda area.

4)  BRANCH OF PLANT SEEDS
Established to monitor the operation of the seeds quality for the attainment of quota valid paddy seed production and development coordination the physical involves the upgrade, repair and maintenance of the assets acquired and paddy seed processing system. Additionally, plant seeds branch also monitor engine program and new machinery for the paddy plant in the MADA area.

CLIENT CHARTER

  • Modernize Farm Management System:Paddy Estate ManagementFarming Mechanization
  • Increase the Productivity and Promoting Other Factors of Production:Project of Improvement Results 10 tons / hectareRestoration Land TroubledRecovery of Acid SoilDistribution Fertilizer of Subsidy Scheme Fertilizer  Government Paddy and the Paddy Production Incentive SchemeQuality Seed Production

    Integrated Pest Management

  • Streamlining Agricultural Development System and Technology Transfer Latest:Crop Management (Agronomy, Disease and Pest)Development of ICT Within ‘Forecasting’Monitoring the Paddy estate
  • Efforts Increase Research and Development (R & D):Research and Development of Paddy FieldsConduct Joint Venture With Other Agencies Inside and outside of the country as well as private sector to carry out studies

ACTIVITIES OF INDUSTRY PADDY

  • Running the works agricultural expansion, transfer of new technologies, monitoring of agronomic practices, crops of the paddy and research plots.Demonstrations and conduct courses and training to farmers.
  • Planning and implementing management the paddy plants in the Paddy Estate.
  • Planning and implementing to improvement programs Yield Paddy 10 Tan per hectare by 2010.
  • Planning and implementing the farm production of quality seeds and plant seeds.
  • To coordinate and supervise the supply agricultural inputs and distribution to the Farmers’ Organisation at MADA Area.
  • Planning and implementing programs to transform agriculture to farmers in the Muda area.
  • Monitor all activities of rice plants include agronomic practices, weed control, pest control and disease.
  • Plan and conduct the program analysis of soil, water quality and crop fertility status in the lading to determine the suitability of new technologies and practice ‘precision farming’ in improving hadil rice to 10 tons per hectare.
  • Running the sample projects and demonstration plots with cooperation between research agencies and the private sector.

PADDY AREA BY REGION MADA

BIL.

ZONE

AREA (hectare)

1

  Zone I (Kangar)

20, 073

2

  Zone II (Jitra)

32, 595

3

  Zone III (Pendang)

22, 681

4

  Zone IV (Kota Sarang Semut)

25, 336

  TOTAL

100, 685

CULTIVATION PADDY AREA ACCORDING TO LOCALITIES

PPK/ (NAME PPK)

AREA (hectare)

A- I (Arau)

4,433

B- I (Kayang)

3,496

C- I (Kangar)

2,500

D-I (Tambun Tulang)

3,972

E- I (Simpang Empat)

5,672

ZONE I (KANGAR)

20,073

A-II (Kodiang)

3,331

B-II (Sanglang)

4,099

C-II (Kerpan)

3,855

D-II (Tunjang)

4,021

E-II ( Kubang Sepat)

3,878

F-II (Jerlun)

3,523

G-II (Jitra)

3,134

H-II (Kepala Batas)

2,647

I-II (Kuala Sungai)

4,107

ZONE II (JITRA)

32,595

A-III (Hutan Kampung)

4,734

B-III (Alor Senibong)

3,297

C-III (Tajar)

3,615

D-III (Titi Haji Idris)

5,356

E-III (Kobah)

3,148

F-III (Pendang)

2,532

ZONE III (PENDANG)

22,682

A-IV (Batas Paip)

3,432

B-IV ( Pengkalan Kubur)

2,339

C-IV ( Simpang Empat Kangkong)

3,702

D-IV ( Permatang Buluh)

3,759

E- IV (Bukit Besar)

4,493

F-IV (Sungai Limau)

3,597

G-IV (OVERALL TOTAL OF MADA Guar Chempedak)

4,013

ZONE IV (KOTA SARANG SEMUT)

25,335

OVERALL TOTAL OF MADA

100,685

AVERAGE GROSS REVENUE TAN / HA YEAR 2013- 2014

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IMPLEMENTATION OF AGRICULTURE NKEA EPP 10:
STRENGTHENING PRODUCTIVITY OF PADDY PLANTS IN MUDA AREAS

1.    INTRODUCTION

Irrigation Plan of Muda is the largest development project which was implemented in 1960 aimed at ensuring paddy cultivation activities can be carried out 2 times a year. Development Plan Irrigation Muda has managed to increase a production of the country’s paddy and farmers’ income. However, the average yield of rice in the Muda area is still low compared with the other major paddy cultivation in Malaysia. This happens because there are three main issues were identified:

a)   Density of  low arm infrastructure where on average 18 meters per hectare.

b)   Low farm productivity due to the average size of farms uneconomic for farmers, namely 2.12 hectares.

c)   The average age of farmers is less productive of 60.2 years.

Consistent with the Economic Transformation Programme (Economic Transformation Programme – ETP) which was introduced in 2010 as a comprehensive effort by the Government to transform Malaysia into a high income nation by 2020, the 12 National Key Economic Areas (National Key Economic Area – NKEA) has established. One of these is the 12 NKEA Agriculture NKEA where MADA has been responsible for implementing the Project Initiation 10th (Entry Point Project – EPP 10) Strengthening Productivity of Paddy Farming in the Muda area.

The implementation of EPP 10 aims to increase per capita income of RM 23,700 a year to RM 48,000 a year by 2020. To achieve EPP 10, the government has recognized the development budget for 2011 to 2020 a total of RM 2.7 billion for the purpose of:

a)   Increasing the density of tertiary infrastructure from an average of 18 meters per hectare to 30 meters per hectare for irrigation block 128 (61,569.3 hectares) with an allocation of RM 2.2 billion.
b)  Creating 50,000 hectares of paddy estates in 2020 or 5,000 hectares a year in which the project is managed centrally by a commercial entity with an overall cost of RM 0.5 billion.
c)    Involvement in the entire value chain of the rice industry.

EPP 10 sets a target average net yield is 8 tons per hectare through the use of high-yielding rice varieties and the latest technology and is expected to contribute to the gross national income (GNI) of RM 1 billion by 2020.

2.    SCOPE OF EPP 10

The scope of Origin
a)    Development tertiary infrastructure (for irrigation block area that does not have  tertiary infrastructure).
b)    The government incentives to farmers who join Paddy Estate Project.
c)    Research and development (R & D) for  application in the Paddy Estate Project area.

Expansion of Scope

a)    Construction Center of Purchases Paddy Farmers Organisation Area (PPK) to enable the farmers involved in the marketing of the rice yield.
b)    Seed Grant (working capital for the operation of the farm).