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  • DAILY CURRENT AFFAIRS:Government will give subsidy for phosphate and potash fertilisers for Kharif season

Government will give subsidy for phosphate and potash fertilisers for Kharif season

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The Central Government has approved a subsidy of Rs 60,939.23 crore for Phosphate and Potash (P&K) fertilisers including DAP in the first six months of the current financial year on 27 April 2022 to make available fertilisers to the farmers at reasonable cost.

  • This includes support for indigenous fertilisers through freight subsidies and additional assistance for indigenous manufacturing and importing of DAPs.

  • International prices of Di-ammonium phosphate (DAP) and its raw material have increased but the government has ensured that the additional burden does not increase on the farmers.

  • The central government has increased the subsidy on DAP to Rs 2,501 per bag from Rs 1,650 per bag earlier. This is 50 percent more than the subsidy rate of the previous year.

  • The subsidy on DAP has been increased to Rs 2,501 per bag and farmers will continue to get DAP at the rate of Rs 1,350 per bag.

Nutrient Based Subsidy (NBS) Scheme:

  • The scheme has been implemented by the Department of Fertilisers, Ministry of Fertilisers and Chemicals since April 2010.

  • Under the NBS scheme, a fixed amount of subsidy fixed on an annual basis is provided on each grade of subsidised phosphate and potash based fertilisers based on its nutrient content.


There are 3 types of crops on the basis of season in India:

  • Kharif crop: Cultivated in the monsoon season i.e. the month of June and July. It includes crops like Paddy, Maize, Bajra, Groundnut, Urad, Moong, Groundnut, Jute etc.

  • Rabi crop: It is mainly grown in winter season i.e. October-November. Lentils, mustard, gram, peas, mustard, barley, potatoes, tobacco, sugarcane, sugar beet etc. are the Rabi crops.

  • Zaid Crop: The crops which are grown during the remaining time between Kharif crop and Rabi crop (March to June). The crops sown in this season take very less time to prepare, in which crops like cucumber, cucumber, watermelon, taroi, cantaloupe and tomato etc.

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