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4
Aug

Transplanting in main field

 

Number of Seedlings per Hill :

i)2-3 seedlings for normal planting (July – August)

ii)4-6 seedlings for late planting (September).

Depth of Planting: 4-5 cm depth of planting should be maintained for all varieties.

Interculture:

i) . To weedings should be given with paddy weeder or hoe at20 and 40 days after transplanting.

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ICAR NEH, Umiam
Photo Courtesy: 
Dr.R.M. Kumar (DRR)
4
Aug

Manures and Fertilizers

 

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ICAR NEH, Umiam
Photo Courtesy: 
Dr.R.M. Kumar (DRR)
4
Aug

Land preparation

 

1. Land preparation by bullock drawn modified helical blade puddler: Modified helical blade puddler is an improved bullock drawn implement of puddling operation.

2. The weight of the implement is about 26 kg and it covers about 50 cm in one pass. It can be operated by all types of bullocks available in Assam.

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ICAR NEH, Umiam
Photo Courtesy: 
Mr. Chaitanya, DRR
4
Aug

Plant protection in seed bed

 

1. As soon as one or two blast spots are seen,Carbendazim @ 1g/lit or Ediphenphos @ 1 ml/lit of water is to be sprayed.

ii)Root knot nematode: Furadon 3 G granules @ 3 g/m2 against root knot nematode.

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ICAR NEH, Umiam
Photo Courtesy: 
Mr. Y. Kondal Rao (DRR)
4
Aug

Water management in nursery bed

1. Irrigation water should be applied in furrows to maintain saturated condition in the surface soil of the nursery bed. 2. However, standing water to a depth of 2-3cm should be maintained at least 2-3 days before uprooting.

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ICAR NEH, Umiam
4
Aug

Raising of seedlings

Preparation of seed bed:

Land is thoroughly puddle and seed beds of 10m length and 1.25m breadth are prepared with 30 cm gap in between the beds.

The length of the bed may vary according to convenience.

In each seed bed 20-30 kg cowdung/compost, 80g urea, 80g SSP and 40g MOP are to be applied and mixed well with the soil.

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ICAR NEH, Umiam
Photo Courtesy: 
Mr. Chaitanya, DRR
4
Aug

Seed selection and seed treatment

Seeds are put in plain water, stirred well, sunk seeds areselected and the floated ones are rejected.

A. Wet Method: After selection, the seeds should be soaked directly inone of the following fungicidal suspensions for 24 hours. Onelitre of fungicide solution is required to treat one kg of seed.

Seed treatment

a. Wet method of Seed treatment Fungicide Concentration Dithane M 45 2.5 g/L of water Captaf 2.5 g/L of water.

b. Dry method of seed treatment Fungicide Concentration Dithane M 45 2.5 g/kg of seed Captaf 2.5 g/kg of seed.

 Seed rate:

1. Well germinated seeds are to be sown @ 650gto 1kg per bed depending on grain size.

2. Requirement of seed for transplanting one hectare of main field is 40 to 45 kg.

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ICAR NEH, Umiam
4
Aug

Package of practices for winter rice (Sali)

Selection of Varieties:

A. Varieties for Transplanted normal Sali :

i) Semi dwarf : IR 36U,Jaya,Pankaj,Lakhimi,Bahadur,Piolee,Kushal,Moniram, Ranjit,Kmj 10-2-2, TTB 101-15.

ii) Glutinous :Rangalee,Bhogalee,Aghoni, Kmj 3-144,Kmj 2-9-2 .

iii) Multiple cropping :Satya,Basundhara.

iv) Tall :Monoharsali,Mahsuri,Swarnaprova.

v) Scented Rice : Keteki jaha.

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ICAR NEH, Umiam
4
Aug

Package of practices for winter rice (Sali)

Selection of Varieties: A. Varieties for Transplanted normal Sali : i) Semi dwarf : IR 36U,Jaya,Pankaj,Lakhimi,Bahadur,Piolee,Kushal,Moniram, Ranjit,Kmj 10-2-2, TTB 101-15 ii) Glutinous :Rangalee,Bhogalee,Aghoni, Kmj 3-144,Kmj 2-9-2 iii) Multiple cropping :Satya,Basundhara, iv) Tall :Monoharsali,Mahsuri,Swarnaprova v) Scented Rice : Keteki jaha. B. Varieties for Post flood transplanted (late Sali) : Manohar Sali,Biraj, Andrewasali,Solpona, Prasad bhog, Govindabahog, Kmj-1-19-1 C.

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ICAR NEH, Umiam
4
Aug

Soils of Assam

1. Soil of Assam are described as to have been originated from residual or transported materials.

2. The residual material is derived from the rocks of Archeans age which consists mainly of gneiss, schists and granites.

3. The transported type consists of material brought from flowing rivers from Himalaya and Assam. pH ranges from acidic to heavily acidic in most of the areas. The low pH status is due to the leaching of bases under the influence of heavy rainfall.

4. The major soil groups identified are : Recent Riverine, Old Riverine, Old Mountain, Non Laterized, Laterized.

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ICAR NEH, Umiam
3
Aug

Seasons of assam

Four distinct seasons of Assam are 1. Pre-monsoon (March-May). 2. Monsoon (June-September). 3. Post-monsoon (Oct-Nov). 4. Winter (Dec-Feb).

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ICAR NEH, Umiam
3
Aug

Package of Practices for Boro rice in Assam

 

a. Varieties/hybrids: Boro 1, Boro 2, Culture 1, Mahsuri, IR 50, Bishnuprasad, Jyotiprasad, Jaymoti .

b. Management:

Time of sowing – Nov/Dec;

Time of planting – Dec/Jan.

Land : Low lying typical boro areas or irrigated areas.

Seed selection: Seeds are put in plaibn water and healthy seeds are selected by rejecting floating ones.

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ICAR NEH, Umiam
Photo Courtesy: 
Mr. Chaitanya, DRR
3
Aug

Package of Practices for Ahu Rice in Assam

 

a. Varieties/hybrids

 I) Semidwarf : Govind, IR 50, IR 36, Luit, Kopilee, Disang, Lachit, Chilarai, Jaya.

II) Tall : Rongadoria, Banglami, Dubaichenga, Fapori, Guni, Ihajit etc.

Seed selection : Same as in boro rice.

Seed treatment: Same as in boro rice. Seed bed: Same as in boro rice.

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ICAR NEH, Umiam
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CRRI
3
Aug

Mat nursery in assam

 

a. The success of mechanical transplanting (i.e. using self-propelled rice transplanter or manually operated mechanical transplanter depends upon the quality of seedling. Materials required : Polythene sheet, wooden or iron frame, well pulverized & well-sieved soil, FYM, sprouted andtreated paddy seed.

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ICAR NEH, Umiam
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ZARS, Mandya
2
Aug

Harvesting of Rice Crop

1. Harvest paddy rice at the right moisture content (20-25%).

2. At maturity, about 80% of the grains turn yellow whilst part of the stems and leaves remains green.

3. Panicle maturity normally occurs at about 28-34 days after heading.

4. Timely harvest will reduce yield loss due to:

• Grain shattering.

• Cracking of grains in the field and grain breakage during milling.

• Lodging and grain discolouration, under wet weather.

• Birds and rodent attack.

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CCS HAU Rice Research Station, Kaul
2
Aug

Weed control

1. Pre-emergence application of Butachlor or Pendimethilin @ 1.5 kg active ingredient t/ha must be given 1-2 days after sowing or 1-2 days after transplanting.

2. Herbicide should be applied after mixing with 500 litre water/ha.

3. For the Control of Swank, Mesta and Motha use Butachlor at the rate of 1.2 Litre or Anilophos at the rate of 0.53 Litre per Acre.

4. Herbicide should be applied within 72 Hours after transplanting.

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CCS HAU Rice Research Station, Kaul
2
Aug

Intercropping, Manure and fertilizers

1. In view of low profitability of upland rice, the total income can be increased by intercropping upland rice with soybean or groundnut in the ratio of 3:1 or 2:1 row of rice and soybean/groundnut.

2. Farm yard manure ( 10 -20 t/ha ) and 60 : 60 : 40 kg Nitrogen (N) in the form of urea or ammonium sulphate, Phosphorus (P) in the form of single super phosphate and Potash (K) as Muriate of potash should be applied.

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CCS HAU Rice Research Station, Kaul
2
Aug

Seed rate of rice

• For direct seeding @ 80 -100 kg/ha.

• For transplantation @ 35 -40 kg/ha.

• For common/ Fine/ Superfine Group @10-12 kg/Acre.

 • For basmati Group @ 8 kg/Acre.

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CCS HAU Rice Research Station, Kaul
2
Aug

Popular rice varieties

 

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CCS HAU Rice Research Station, Kaul
2
Aug

Rice Cultivation in Haryana

1. Rice is grown in 18 districts of Haryana. Out of which seven districts are in high productivity group, that is, yield more than 2,500 kg/ha.

2. Triennium average area of these seven districts was 5.15 lakh hectares, which was 48% of triennium average area (10.73 lakh hectares) under rice in the State.

3. Triennium average production was 14.19 lakh tonnes, which was 55.2% of triennium average production (25.68 lakh tonnes) of rice in the State.

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CCS HAU Rice Research Station, Kaul
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