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Popular Varieties
16
Mar

Fine grain aromatic basmati rice variety for Uttarakhand – Pusa Basmati 6 (Pusa 1401)

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16
Mar

Fine grain aromatic basmati rice variety for Uttar Pradesh – Pusa Basmati 6 (Pusa 1401)

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16
Mar

Fine grain aromatic basmati rice variety for Haryana – Pusa Basmati 6 (Pusa 1401)

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15
Mar

Fine grain aromatic basmati rice variety for Punjab – Pusa Basmati 6 (Pusa 1401)

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IARI
28
Feb

Durga, A High-yelding Rice Variety for Waterlogged and Deepwater Rice Areas of Coastal Odisha




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CRRI, Technical Bulletin 3 (2008 August)
10
Aug

MAS 946-1 (Sharada)- Aerobic Rice Variety

Rice is the most important food crop cultivated under submerged condition by transplanting. This method of cultivation requires large quantities of water, and is labour intensive. It is estimated that 5000 liters of water is needed to produce 1 kg of rice. Water is most limited natural resource of late, due to failure of rains and over-exploitation of ground water. The dwindling water resources reveal a grim situation for low land puddled rice cultivation. Farmers are seeking alternate methods of cultivation for growing Rice to combat this water scarce situation.

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Department of Genetics and Plant Breeding, UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES
5
Jun

VANDANA: RR 167-962:IET 12304

Parentage: C 22 / Kalakeri 

Release & notification: 1992 & 2002 
Breeder: Dr. P. K. Sinha, Dr. K. Prasad, Dr. V. S.

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CRURRS's Varieties And Their Package Practices. 2008. Central Rainfed Upland Rice Research Station, Hazaribag (CRRI, Cuttack), India, Extension Bulletin.pp.8
5
Jun

SNEHA : RR 19-2 : IET 11482

Parentage: Annada / CR 143-2-2 
Release & notification: 1992 

Breeder: Dr. K. Prasad 
Ecology: Aerobic & semi-aerobic uplands 
Area of adaptability: Orissa 
Special feature: Semi-dwarf, duration 75 days, long bold grain, resistant to stink bug (rice bug) and rice tungro, suitable for multiple-cropping, average yield 2.0-2.5 t/ha, record yield 4.0 t/ha.

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CRURRS's Varieties And Their Package Practices . 2008. Central Rainfed Upland Rice Research Station, Hazaribag, India, Extension Bulletin.pp.8
5
Jun

KALINGA III : CR 2 3 7-1 : IET7964

Parentage: AC 540 / Ratna 

Release & notification: 1983 & 1988 
Breeder: Dr. K. Sreenivasalu 
Ecology: Uplands
Area of adaptability: Bihar, Jharkhand, Gujarat and Orissa
Special feature: Tall, duration 85 days, long slender grain, resistant to brown spot, cold tolerant, average yield 2.5-3.0 M ha.

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CRURRS's Varieties And Their Package Practices . 2008. Central Rainfed Upland Rice Research Station, Hazaribag, India, Extension Bulletin.pp.8
11
May

Varadhan

High yielding variety released by DRR, Hyderabad

 
Varadhan is a mid-early duration variety (125 days) with semi-dwarf stature, erect and improved plant type having strong culm, prominent flag leaf in the top canopy, lower panicle position with long and heavy panicles.

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Directorate of Rice Research, Hyderabad
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Directorate of Rice Research, Hyderabad
11
May

AKSHAYADHAN

High yielding variety released by DRR, Hyderabad

Akshayadhan is a medium duration variety (135 days) with improved erect plant type having medium-tall stature (> 100 cm), strong culm, synchronous tillering, lower panicle position with long and heavy panicles. Being an indica x tropical japonica derivative, the variety recorded very high yield advantage over national, regional and local checks in 3 years of AICRIP trials.

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Directorate of Rice Research, Hyderabad
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Directorate of Rice Research, Hyderabad
7
May

Rice Varieties resistant to BPH & WBPH

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Directorate of Rice Research
7
May

Rice Varieties resistant to White Backed Planhopper

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Directorate of Rice Research, Hyderabad
7
May

Rice Varieties resistant to BPH

S.No.
State
Name
Duration (days to 50% flowering)
Brown Planthopper
1.
CVRC
Jitendra
135
2.
Assam
Manoharsali
130
3.
Assam
Satyaranjan
120
4.
Andhra Pradesh
Chaitanya
120
5.
Andhra Pradesh
Chandan
120
6.
Andhra Pradesh
Sonasali
105
7.
Andhra Pradesh
Vajram
120
8.
Bihar
Kanak
110
9.
Chhattisgarh
Chandrahasini
120
10.
Kerala
Bhadra
105
11.
Kerala
Jyothi
85
12.
Kerala
Ranjani
84
13.
Kerala
Revathy
105
14.
Kerala
Uma
100
15.
Maharashtra
SYE2001
105
16.
Madhya Pradesh
Ruchi
100
17.
Orissa
Daya
95
18.
Orissa
Kshira
105
19.
Orissa
Mehar
105
20.
Orissa
Pratap
105
21.
Orissa
Surendra
101
22.
Orissa
Tara
70
23.
Orissa
Udaya
100
24.
Puducherry
Bharatidasan
85
25.
Tamil Nadu
ADT37
75
26.
Tamil Nadu
ASD17
70
27.
Tamil Nadu
ASD18
80
28.
Tamil Nadu
MDU3
95
29.
West Bengal
Bhudeb
123
30.
West Bengal
Jalaprabha
120
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Directorate of Rice Research
22
Aug

Pant Sankar-3

1. Parentage : UPRI 95-17A/UPRI93-287R
2. Duration in day : 125-130 days SVRC
3. Released by (organization ) : SVRC

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G.B.Pant University of Agriculture & Technology. Pantnagar
22
Aug

Pant Sugandh-21

1.Parentage : Govind x BR4698-17-1-5/UPRB592//hariyana Basmati/Pusa Basmati 1
2. Year of notification : 130-135 days
3. Duration in day : SVRC
4. Eco –system : Yield 35-40 q/ha aromatic fine grain good cooking quality
5. Released by (organization ) :
6. Salient features : Organic mode
7. Recmonded for cultivation : Plains of Uttarakhand

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G.B.Pant University of Agriculture & Technology. Pantnagar
22
Aug

Pant Sugandh-17

1.  Parentage: Push Basmati 1 x UPRM500
2. Year of notification : 135-140days
3. Duration in day : SVRC
4. Eco –system : Long sylender grain good cooking quality yield 35-43 q/ha
5. Released by (organization ) : 599E/2006
6. Salient features : SCR
7. Recmonded for cultivation : Traditional Basmati areas of northern India

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G.B.Pant University of Agriculture & Technology. Pantnagar
22
Aug

Pant Sugandh-15

1.  Parentage: Basmati 370 x Sadari xbuharul x muskan 41
2. Year of notification : 135-140 days
3. Duration in day : CVRC
4. Eco –system : Medium tall, compact plants super fine & translucent grain with strong aroma yield 30-40 q/.ha
5. Released by (organization ) : 599E/2006
6. Salient features : SCR 7. Recmonded for cultivation : Plains of Uttarakhand

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G.B.Pant University of Agriculture & Technology. Pantnagar
22
Aug

Pant Dhan-6

1. Parentage : LR6808-218-3-1 x IR10779-2-3
2. Year of notification : 834E/1987
3. Duration in day : 113-120 days
4. Eco –system : IRE
5. Released by (organization ) : SVRC
6. Salient features : Dwarf ,medium slender gain yield 40-45q/ha
7. Recmonded for cultivation : Lower medium altitudes of Uttarakhand hills

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G.B.Pant University of Agriculture & Technology. Pantnagar
22
Aug

Pant Dhan 11

1. Parentage : VL206 x Dagi
2. Year of notification : 615E/1993
3. Duration in day : 118-125 days
4. Eco –system : HRIR
5. Released by (organization ) : SVRC
6. Salient features : Yield 42-48semi dwarf compact plant type
7. Recmonded for cultivation : Lower hill of Uttarakhand

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G.B.Pant University of Agriculture & Technology. Pantnagar
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