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Rubber Production Incentive Scheme

By: Rider Today: Dec 06, 2016

The Rubber Production Incentive Scheme, a program initiated by the Government of Kerala to support the rubber growers in the State has been published and the farmers are to register online with the scheme to avail the benefit offered to them. The Government has published the norms and guidelines for the planters to follow strictly to be in the purview of the scheme.

As per the guidelines issued by the Government, the farmers with a total area of not exceeding 5 hectors of land can register with the scheme. The tapped area consider for the financial aid is limited to 2 hectors of rubber for each applicant and it will be limited to 1,800 kg yield per hector a year. Those plantations that have been registered as companies will not be eligible to enjoy the financial assistance extended by the Government.

Under the scheme, the government will provide the difference in the price announced on a daily basis by Rubber Board and Rs 150 guaranteed by the government.Rubber sheets in RSS-4 and RSS-5 varieties will be provided the subsidy.  

The details of the scheme are available on the website www.ebt.kerala.gov.in. and the application forms are available from Rubber Board Office

The application forms endorsed by the president of the Rubber Producers Society and upload the photograph, scanned copies of land tax receipts, first page of the bank passbook and ID proof such as Aadhar card, driving licence, etc. to complete the process.
The subsidy will be provided to the farmers directly into their bank accounts once every two weeks.

Farmers have to download the application form and submit along with the required documents(as mentioned in the notice) to the nearest Rubber Producers Society.

For Any Queries Regarding Subsidy to Rubber Farmers, please contact with rubberinfohelp@gmail.com

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