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Production Know How

Production Know How
11
Jun

Rasi

1. Duration (days) - 120-125

2. Characters of rice (Grain type) - Medium
3. Nursery sowing time - Before end of July
4. Transplanting time - August 3rd week
5. Yield (q.ha) 55- 60
 

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RARS Mandya
24
May

Pusa RH 10

Super fine grained aromatic hybrid with 40% yield advantage over Pusa Basmati 1; 125 days duration, being 15-20 days early, it escapes infestation of major pests and diseases. It is recommended as the first aromatic fine-grained hybrid identified in the country for areas where it has been evaluated viz., Haryana, Delhi and Uttaranchal.

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Directorate of Rice Research, Hyderabad
24
May

Pusa Sugandh 3 (IET 16313-Pusa 2504-1-31)

 A fine-grained, 125-130 days duration, scented restorer line of WA cytoplasm, 17% yield advantage over Pusa Basmati I with desirable combination of quality features comparable to Taroari Basmati and Pusa Basmati I. It has moderate resistance to blast; released for traditional basmati growing areas of Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Uttaranchal and western Uttar Pradesh.

 

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Directorate of Rice Research, Hyderabad
24
May

Pusa Sugandh 2 (IET 16310-Pusa 2504-1-26)

A fine grained, 125-130 days duration, scented restorer line of WA cytoplasm, 11% yield advantage over Pusa Basmati 1 with desirable mix of quality features comparable to Taroari Basmati and Pusa Basmati 1, has moderate resistance to blast, released for traditional basmati growing areas of Punjab, Haryana and Delhi.

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Directorate of Rice Research, Hyderabad
24
May

Vasumati (LET 15391-RP 3135-17-12-8-8)

A long slender aromatic variety of 130 to 140 days duration, exhibits 14% yield advantage over Pusa Basmati 1, released for traditional basmati growing areas of Haryana, Punjab, Uttaranchal and western Uttar Pradesh; desirable basmati quality features and moderate resistance to leaf blast, brown spot, WBPH and resistance to gall midge 1 & 4.

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Directorate of Rice Research, Hyderabad
24
May

Yamini (CSR 30)

First basmati variety identified for sodic  conditions, super fine grain, tall, aromatic variety, 150 days maturity combining all key quality features of traditional basmati type, suitable for normal as well as areas affected by sodi city/salinity; it records 28.5% higher yields over traditional basmati varieties even at 9.0 to 9.6 pH; tolerance to leaf blast, sheath rot, leaf folder and WBPH and released for traditional basmati growing areas of Uttar Pradesh, Haryana and Punjab.

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Directorate of Rice Research, Hyderabad
22
May

List of Indigenous aromatic types in India

 

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Directorate of Rice Research, Hyderabad
22
May

High yielding aromatic varieties released in India

 

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Directorate of Rice Research, Hyderabad
22
May

Other aromatic varieties released by SVRC (1999-2003)

 

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Directorate of Rice Research, Hyderabad
22
May

Evolved Basmati varieties/ Hybrids released by CVRC in 2001

 

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Directorate of Rice Research, Hyderabad
22
May

Recognized Evolved Basmati Varieties

 

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Directorate of Rice Research, Hyderabad
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Directorate of Rice Research, Hyderabad
22
May

Recognized Traditional Basmati Varieties

 

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Directorate of Rice Research, Hyderabad
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Directorate of Rice Research, Hyderabad
22
May

Aromatic Rices of India

 

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Directorate of Rice Research, Hyderabad
18
May

Paddy Row Seeder

Manual transplanting involves a lot of human drudgery as the operation is done in bending posture for longer periods. It is essential that the timely transplanting is important to achieve good crop yields.

Delayed monsoon forces the farmer to go for planting in a short span of time for which the nursery availability becomes a serious constraint.

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Directorate of Rice Research, Hyderabad
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Directorate of Rice Research, Hyderabad
15
May

Pink stem borer (PSB)

Pink stem borer (PSB), Sesamia inferens (Walker)

File Courtesy: 
DRR Technical Bulletin No. 59/2011, Rice stem borers in India: species composition and distribution
15
May

Gold fringed borer

Gold fringed borer (GFB), Chilo auricilius (Dudgeon)

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DRR Technical Bulletin No. 59/2011, Rice stem borers in India: species composition and distribution
15
May

Dark headed borer

Dark headed borer (DHB), Chilo poly chrysus(Meyrick)

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DRR Technical Bulletin No. 59/2011, Rice stem borers in India: species composition and distribution
15
May

Striped stem borer

Striped stem borer (SSB), Chilo suppressalis (Walker)

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DRR Technical Bulletin No. 59/2011, Rice stem borers in India: species composition and distribution
14
May

White stem borer

 1.   White stem borer (WSB)

There is no clarity regarding the taxonomic identity of the white stem borer species reported on rice in India. Two species reported in the literature relevant to rice are described below:
 
a.

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DRR Technical Bulletin No. 59/2011, Rice stem borers in India: species composition and distribution
14
May

Yellow stem borer

Yellow stem borer (YSB), Scirpophaga incertulas (Walker)

 
Distribution: This species is prevalent in many states across the country.

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DRR Technical Bulletin No. 59/2011, Rice stem borers in India: species composition and distribution
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