Published 1968 in [New Delhi] .
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|LC Classifications||SB192.I4 A48|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2, 273 p.|
|Number of Pages||273|
|LC Control Number||75906591|
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TainanKharif Evaluation of High Yielding Varieties Programme in Krishna District, Andhra Pradesh. Tainan NativeKharif High Yielding Varieties Programme in Thanjavur District. Madras State - A study of ADT in Kharif Season. Maize Hybrid and Composite Varieties Released in India () March ; the high tempo of growth, focused single cross hybrid breeding projects have been Resistance to MLB in kharif.
While the First Green Revolution from arose from the introduction of new high yielding varieties of Mexican Wheat and dwarf rice varieties, the Second Green Revolution from 11 | A g r o n - 1 0 3 was Evaluation study of the high yielding varieties programme: kharif to be from expansion in supplies of inputs and services to farmers, agricultural extension and better management.
An evaluation of forage sorghum germplasm, for days to 50% fl owering, plant height, number of leaves/ plant, leaf length, leaf breadth, stem girth, leaf. Paddy seeds of exotic varieties such as Tr-ichung Native-1 were introduced in The propagation of various high-yielding varieties over fairly large areas was taken up as a full fledged programme from Kharif onwards.
Bymillion hcctaies were brought within the purview of this programme. The Green Revolution in India refers to a period when Indian agriculture was converted into an industrial system due to the adoption of modern methods and technology such as the use of high yielding variety (HYV) seeds, tractors, irrigation facilities, pesticides, and was mainly found by M.S.
was part of the larger Green revolution endeavor initiated by. Market analysis, technical change and income distribution in semi-subsistence agriculture: the case of Bangladesh. Agric. Econ., 1: For the first time, the model developed by Hayami and Herdt is applied to determine gains from modern varieties of rice in Bangladesh and the distribution of these gains between consumers and by: P.
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Chowdhury 25 Study of H.Y.V Programme in Birbhum, West Bengal with Reference to Kharif Paddy () B. Chowdhary 26 A comparative study of food consumption in four. LIU, Su HUANG, Yuan-jie QIAO, Fei ZHOU, Wen-wu GONG, Zhong-jun CHENG, Jia-an and ZHU, Zeng-rong Cloning, Tissue Distribution, and Transmembrane Orientation of the Olfactory Co-Receptor Orco from Two Important Lepidopteran Rice Pests, the Leaffolder (Cnaphalocrocis medinalis) and the Striped Stem Borer (Chilo suppressalis).Cited by: Jammu & Kashmir is an agri-horticulture state (in India) where a large population is economically dependent to Evaluation study of the high yielding varieties programme: kharif and horticulture, directly or indirectly for livelihood, food and nutritional security.
Rice, the staple food of majority population, is cultivated in diverse agro-ecological situations extending from subtropical area (Author: Amjad M. Husaini, Sofi Nr. port of the Evaluation In-Depth of the National Malaria Eradica-tion Programme of India", Novem- Ascending Order Pradesh rashtra Participant Non- The Rajasthan farms are classifed according to whether or not a farm participates in the programmc of high-yielding varieties of seeds of wheat.
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Sidorova, Simakov and Stolyarov () in experiment on evaluation of pea varieties for nitrogen*-fixing activity reported that there were mafked intervarietal difference in N fixation activity between 13 high-yielding varieties in pot tests using seeds inoculated with Rhizobium leguminosarum strain N fixation per plant was /g N.
Full text of "Plant Breeding Principles And Methods" See other formats. Thereafter since with formation of Gujarat Agriculture University research work was more intensified for varietal evaluation and agro techniques of released varieties.
The second strengthening was done in in order to initiate crossing programme in rice for development of high yielding fine grain, scented and resistant varieties. hybrid varieties with high yield potential and maturing in days.
Insix composite varieties were also added to the list of improved varieties. However, the total area under such improved varieties is not more than 10% in the whole country. In U.P., the majority of maize farmers grow local varieties which mature in about days. of traditional crops.
With the use of high-yielding varieties of seeds sincemany of the earlier projects became inadequate to meet the exacting demands for water in respect of high-yielding varieties of crops. Modernisation of the old irrigation systems listed in Table has, therefore, become necessary (8).File Size: 6MB.
iii. Susceptibility of high yielding varieties cotton to boll worm and white fly and consequently high cost on their control leading to unsustainability.
Poor nitrogen use efficiency in cotton results in low productivity of the system. Appropriate technology for intercropping in widely spaced cotton is needed to be developed.
One of CIAT's initial objectives was to develop high-yielding semidwarf rice varieties and production technologies that would largely replace Latin America's low-yielding traditional rices.
In the late s, the first high-yielding rice variety developed by Author: Banga. 1 1 INTEGRATED DISEASE MANAGEMENT IN CHICKPEA THROUGH CONVENTIONAL AND BIOTECHNOLOGICAL APPROACHES Sadia Perween, Anand Kumar*, S.P. Singh, Manoj Kumar, Anil Kumar, Satyendra, Ravi Ranjan Kumar1, Mankesh Kumar and Sanjay Kumar Department of Plant Breeding and Genetics, Department of Molecular Biology and Genetic.
In some parts of India rice is grown both during the rainy season (kharif) and during the dry season (rabi). Data in Table 16 are the relative average yields of eight rice varieties grown in kharif and rabi seasons at four salinity levels (Murthy and Janardhan, ).
The additional mean yield of high yielding raya varieties over local cultivar was kg ha-1, however it was kg ha-1 in case of taramira which may be due to non-availability of quality seed and lack of knowledge about the improved high yielding varieties.
The productivity of raya and taramira in the FLDs on sowing with. For rice, the revolution began with the release by IRRI of the high-yielding semidwarf variety IR8 in Rice farming yields began to rise dramatically and even better highyielding varieties (HYVs) became available over subsequent years.
The world average rice yield inthe product of thousands of years of experience, was about t/ha. the scientific community to develop high-yielding rice varieties with tolerance to multiple stresses and also management practices to make rice farming more productive and remunerative in the face of labour shortage.
Welcoming the gathering, Dr K. Bujarbaruah, VC, laid stress on the need of better convergence and collaboration among the. growing use of agrochemicals and high yielding seeds; and the increasing role of the private sector in processing, branding and marketing.
Our strategic focus To meet the increasing domestic demand during peak agricultural seasons and to address export demands during off-peak seasons, most Indian companies in the agrochemical space are focusing.
Potato ranks fourth position in the world after wheat, rice and maize as non cereal food crop. Potato is probably the most popular food item in the Indian diet and India is one of the largest producers of potato. It is used in many ways like vegetabl. Poor knowledge about high yielding varieties 3 3 3 2.
Inadequate skill for seed treatment 1 1 1 3. Lack of know-how about the proper use of chemical fertilizers and micronutrients 11 11 11 4. In contrast, some of the high yielding entries like 6 (P ), 20 (local) and IS (P ) supported more Stria. Considerable breeding work is required to intercross and select high.
Poor quality of seeds and varieties inappropriate for the various uses. Poor quality of product at harvest, with grains of inconsistent size and coloration.
Inadequate threshing techniques and post-harvest drying and storage, which reduce quantity and market quality. File Size: 8MB. U.G. PROGRAMME SYLLABUS Effective from the Academic Year Loyola College (Autonomous) Ranked 2 by NIRF in India Ranking ‘College of Excellence’ Status Conferred by UGC in Re-accredited with ‘A’ Grade ( CGPA) by NAAC in Chennai- The work and policy of Sir Chhotu Ram and his party before independence laid the foundations for Green Revolution which ushered in after mid sixties with the evolution of High Yielding Varieties.
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Introduction. Maize (Zea mays L.) is the most important grain crop in Pakistan and as well as other countries of the (Zee mays L.) is being used as food for human being and feed for is also grown as an important kharif fodder, alone and in mixture in the country.
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This approach is based on two assumptions: 1) that genetic variation for drought resistance exists within the population, and 2) that high yield potential is not negatively associated with the selection criteria involved.
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High yielding varieties of rice bean, lima bean, sword bean, garden lablab (avarai) and field lab lab (mochai) are to be popularised, to get more production of pulses in the state. Cold season pulses Among the cold season pulses, horsegram is the most important crop occupies about lakh ha of marginal lands with a production of lakh /5(2).
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Under this programme, the Directorate of.NSAI Magazine July to Sep Pulses The institute also has a comprehensive programme in developing high yielding, short duration varieties in. 2. Storage of excess rainwater in OFR may lead to reduction in surface waterlogging to the extent of 75% during kharif season.
This provides scope for introduction of high yielding rice varieties in rainfed lowlands. 3. A supplemental irrigation at the time of grain formation in two out of ten years may be required during kharif season.