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खरीफ एग्रोक्लाइमेटिक जोनवार धान संकर धान बासमती एवं सुगंधित धान सिस्टम ऑफ राइस इंटेंसीफिकेशन जीरो टिल से बुवाई मक्का बाजरा ज्वार सॉवा कोदो राम दाना की खेती मूंगफली सोयाबीन तिल अंडी (अरण्ड) अरहर मूंग उर्द सहफसली खेती खरपतवार नियंत्रण लोबिया तोरिया हरा चारा बीज का महत्त्व क्रॉस एवं मोथा ऊसर सुधार कार्यक्रम सनई की खेती जैव उर्वरक महत्ता एवं उपयोग फसल सुरक्षा रसायनों का नाम व मूल्य पोषक तत्व प्रबंधन फसल चक्र यंत्र एवं मशीनरी खरीफ फसलों के आंकड़े (परिशिष्ट एक एवं दो ) एकीकृत नाशीजीव प्रबंधन कार्यक्रम का मासिक कैलेंडर सघन पद्धतियाँ 2016 मशरूम की खेती जैविक खेती फसलों के अवशेष धान की बुवाई रक्षा रसायन प्रमुख रासायनिक उर्वरक खरीफ फसलों के आंकड़े नकली एवं मिलावटी उर्वरकों की पहचान सत्यापित प्रजातियां महत्वपूर्ण दूरभाष नम्बर
Name of variety Year of release State(s) for which released Key characteristics
Soybean
Pusa 9712 2005 National Capital Region, Delhi • Suitable for normal sown irrigated conditions
• Average seed yield is 20.5 q/ha
• It is resistant to yellow mosaic virus, soybean mosaic virus, bacterial pustule, charcoal rot, Myrothecium leaf spot and stem fly.
• Early in maturity (116 days).
Pusa 9814 2006 North Plain Zone • Suitable for normal sown irrigated conditions
• Average seed yield is 22.5 q/ha
• Resistant against yellow mosaic, soybean mosaic virus, pod blight, charcoal rot and moderately resistant to stem fly.
Indian mustard
Pusa Agrani (SEJ-2) 1998/2003 Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan, Delhi, Bihar, West Bengal, Orrisa and Assam • Suitable for early (September) and late (November) sowing under irrigated situations
• Average seed yield is 17.5 q/ha
• First early maturing (110 days) variety of Indian mustard and is a substitute of toria.
• In North Eastern and Eastern states, it fits well after rice crop.
• Seed is of medium size (4.5 g/1000 seeds)with 39-40 % oil content.
Pusa Karishna (LES-39) 2005 National Capital Region of Delhi • Suitable for timely sown irrigated conditions
• Average seed yield is 22 q/ha
• It is first single zero (<2% erucic acid) strain of Indian mustard having attractive yellow seed coat colour.
• It has tolerance to white rust.
Pusa Mahak (JD-6) 2005 Orissa, Jharkhand, Chattisgarh, Bihar, West Bengal and Asam, National Capital Region of Delhi • Suitable for early (September) and late (November) sowing under irrigated situations
• Average seed yield is 17.5 q/ha
• It a substitute of toria.
• In North Eastern and Eastern states, it fits well after rice crop.
• It gives good results where onion, other vegetable and sugarcane are planted in the month of January.
Pusa Mustard 21 (LES 127) 2007 Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Rajasthan, UP, Uttrakhand, Plains of J & K, MP, Chhatishgarh • Suitable for timely sown irrigated conditions
• Average seed yield in Zone II is 21.1 q/ha and in Zone III is 18.6 q/ha
• A low erucic acid (single zero) variety of Indian mustard.
• It has a very wider adaptability.
Pusa Vijay (NPJ-93) 2008 National Capital Region of Delhi • Suitable for timely sown irrigated conditions
• Average seed yield is 25.0 q/ha
• It is tolerant to abiotic stresses viz. high temperature at seedling stage, salinity up to 12dS/m and lodging.
• It is a bold seeded variety (6.00 g/1000 seeds) with 38.51 % oil content.
• It is of medium maturity (145 days).
Pusa Mustard 22 (LET-17) 2008 National Capital Region of Delhi • Suitable for timely sown irrigated conditions
• Average seed yield is 20.7 q/ha
• It is single zero (< 2% erucic acid) variety of Indian mustard.
• It is at par in maturity (142 days) to the conventional mustard varieties.
Pusa Mustard-24 (LET-18) 2008 Zone II (Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Plains of J & K and Western parts of U.P.) • Suitable for timely sown irrigated conditions
• Average seed yield is 20.7 q/ha
• It is a low in erucic acid (< 2.0%) variety of Indian mustard.
• This variety is at par in maturity (140 days) with the conventional mustard varieties.
• It is a small seeded variety (4.0 g/1000 seeds) with 36.55% oil content.
Pusa Tarak (EJ-13) 2009 National Capital Region of Delhi • Suitable for early (September) sowing
• Average seed yield is 19.24 q/ha
• This variety is useful in the multiple cropping system particulary during the period of September-December.
• It gives good results where onion, other vegetable and sugarcane are planted in the month of January.
• Mean oil content in this variety is 40%.
NPJ-112 (Pusa Mustard 25) 2010 Zone II (Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Plains of J & K and HP,Western U.P.) • Suitable for early sown (First week of September) conditions
• Average seed yield is 14.7 q/ha
• Suitable for multiple cropping system between September (after harvest of Kharifcrops) to Mid December (upto sowing of Rabi crops particularly wheat and vegetables) to have an additional crop and is a very potential substitute of B.rapa cv. Toria (in toria’s traditional belt).
• Average maturity in of this variety is 107 days.
Pusa Mustard 26 (NPJ-113) 2010 Zone II comprising the states of Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Plains of J & K and HP,Western U.P. • Suitable for late sown (November sowing) conditions
• Average seed yield of this variety is 16.4 q/ha with 37.6% oil content in seeds.
• This variety matures in 126 days and possesses terminal heat tolerance.
• It is suitable for multiple cropping systems particularly in rice and cotton belts where the fields are generally vacated in November, farmers prefer to raise late sown mustard which performs well in one to two irrigations.
• It also suits well in areas where long duration guar varieties are grown and fields are vacated in November.
Pusa Mustard 27 (EJ-17) 2010 Zone III (U.P., M.P., Uttrakhand, Kota region of Rajasthan) • Suitable for early sown (September sowing) conditions
• Average seed yield of this variety is 15.35 q/ha with 41.7% oil content in seeds.
• This variety matures in 118 days and is moderately tolerant to high temperatures at seedling as well as at maturity stage.