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Jul

SHYAMLA (IET 12561, R 259-WR 37-2)

1. Parentage- R 60-2713 x R 238-6 2. Maturity - 130-135 days 3. Grain Type - Long slender grains 4. Biotic stress - This variety showed much better than higher reaction to other purple leaf varieties (Cross 51 and Nagkesar) for major pest and diseases. 5. Abiotic stress - Better tolerance to drought than other purple leaf varieties. 6. Recommended regions/ areas - Recommended for all growing areas of the state where wild rice is a problem. This variety has also recommend to over come the wild rice's problem which is most severe in tract considered to be secondary center of origin of the rice crop including part of Chhattisgarh, M.P., Orissa, Maharashtra and Bihar. 7. Areas of Adoption - Particularly recommended for cultivation of wild rice infested fields of chhattisgarh plains. In Baster and Surguja regions biasi or line sowing system adopted under irrigated and rainfed lowland ecosystems. 8. Special attributes - 1. This variety help in identification of wild rice plants in early crop growth stage in nursery and field. 2. This variety having long slender grain with good head rice recovery percentage. 9. Average yield - 35-40 q/ha 10. Developed by - P.S. Shrivastava, R. D. Tiwari, M. N. Shrivastava, B. P. Chaudhri, R. K. Sahu, V. N. Sahu, A.K. Sarawgi, D. K. Sharma, K. C. Agrawal, B. C. Shukla
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Jul

Samleshwari (R 1027-2282-2-1, IET 17455, IC 549668)

1. Parentage - R 310-37 x R 308-6 2. Maturity - 120-125 days 3. Grain Type - Medium slender grains 4. Biotic stress - R to GM 1 & 4, moderately resistance to Blast and tolerant to Brown spot and Neck blast. 5. Abiotic stress - The proposed strain has tolerance to drought. The strain was evaluated for its performance under water stress to irrigated situation and rainfed situation. Comparatively less yield reduction as compare with IR-64, Mahamaya and Swarna in both the situations. 6. Recommended regions/ areas - Recommended for direct seeding in rainfed uplands and in rainfed bunded ‘Matasi’ soils of Chhattisgarh plains and in transplanted irrigated situation provided transplanting can be done with 21 to 25 days old seedlings. 7. Special attributes - High amylose, medium gel consistency, high head rice recovery and desirable alkali value. 8. Average yield - 30 to 35 q/ha. 9. Developed by - A. K. Sarawgi, N.K. Motiramani,Deepak Sharma, R.L Pandey, N. Pandey, V.S. Trimurty, R.B. S. Senger, S. B. Verulkar, D.K. Rana, Ravindra Verma, Rita Bisne
14
Jul

Poornima (R 281-31-1, IET 12284)

1. Parentage- Poorva x IR 8608-298 2. Maturity - 100-105 days 3. Grain Type - Long Slender 4. Biotic stress - Being an early duration variety, it escapes the most of the diseases and pests under field conditions. 5. Abiotic stress- It has a good escape as well as tolerance capacity to moisture stress, being a descent of highly drought resistant old variety cross. 6. Recommended regions/ areas - Chhattisgarh plain region including Raipur, Bilaspur, Rajenandgaon and Durg districts. 7. Special attributes - Long slender, translucent endosperm with good head rice recovery and eating quality. 8. Average yield - 30-35 q/ha 9. Developed by - M. N. Shrivastava, P. S. Shrivastava, R.K. Sahu, A. K. Sarawgi, B. P. Chaudhari, K. C. Agrawal, V.N. Sahu, D. J. Pophaly, N. K. Motiramani, L.K. Mishra.
14
Jul

MAHESHWARI (R 1244-1246-1-605-1, IET 19796)

1. Parentage - Mahamaya x Abhaya 2. Maturity - 130-135 days 3. Grain Type - Long slender grain 4. Biotic stress - Resistance to Leaf Blast and Gall-midge Moderately resistant/tolerant to Sheath blight, RTV, BPH and Stem borer. 5. Abiotic Stress - This variety has better tolerance to drought at Physiological level. 6. Recommended regions/ areas - Recommended by Zonal Research and Extension Advisory Committee for irrigated condition on all soils and ''Dorsa'' and 'Kanhar' soils under rainfed situation of the state. 7. Areas of Adoption - Irrigated and Rainfed ecology of Chhattisgarh. 8. Special attributes - The Variety Maheshwari possesses long Slender grain, better head Rice Recovery (52.2%), intermediate Amylose content (24.1%). Its cooks better as its Gel consistency is medium (59 mm) and intermediate alkali spreading value (4.6) with export quality 9. Average yield - 50-55 q/ha 10. Developed by - Drs. A. K. Sarawgi, Ravindra Kumar Verma, Deepak Sharma, S. B. Verulkar, V. S. Trimurty, Sanjay Sharma, N. Pandey, R. S. Netam and Sandeep Bhandarkar.
14
Jul

MAHAMAYA (R 320-298, IET 10749)

1. Parentage - Asha x Kranti 2. Maturity - 125-128 days 3. Grain Type - Long bold grain 4. Biotic stress - Resistance to gall midge and tolerance to WBPH, leaf folder, sheath rot, brown spot and BLB. 5. Abiotic Stress - This variety has better tolerance to drought at Physiological level than popular variety 'Kranti' 6. Recommended regions/ areas - Recommended by All India Rice workshop for the state of M.P, Chhattisgarh, U.P. and Tripura. 7. Areas of Adoption- Irrigated and Rainfed ecologies of Eastern M.P, Chhattisgarh. 8. Special attributes- Suitable for 'Poha' industry. 9. Average yield- 50-55 q/ha 10. Developed by- M. N. Shrivastava, R. K. Sahu, B. P. Chaudhari, K. C. Agrawal, V. N. Sahu, A. K. Sarawgi, S. K. Shrivastava, B.C. Shukla, N. K. Motiramani, L.K. Mishra, N. Pande.
14
Jul

INDIRA BARANI DHAN-1 (RF-17-38-70, IET 21205)

1. Parentage - Swarna x IR 42253 2. Maturity - 111-115 days 3. Grain Type - Medium Slender grain 4. Biotic stress - Moderately resistant to Stem Borer. Field tolerance to Neck blast and Bacterial Bligh. 5. Recommended regions/ areas - a) This variety has been specifically bred for “Rainfed Shallow Lowland Ecosystem” of Chhattisgarh plains and adopted to Aerobic conditions. b) It tolerates moderate level of drought and to some extent escape terminal stage drought. 6. Areas of Adoption - Rainfed shalow lowlands of Chhattisgarh State. 7. Special attributes - Rainfed cultivation of whole rice growing areas of State. 8. Average yield - This Variety Indira Barani Dhan-1 possesses Medium Slender grain with golden husk, High Head Rice Recovery (64.4%) and intermediate Amylose content (24.7). 40-45 q/ha. 9. Developed by - Drs S.B. Verulkar, Ms. Prabharani Chaudhari, A.K. Sarawgi, Arvind Kumar, Ravindra Verma, Deepak Sharma, Arti Guhe, Alice Tirkey, G. R. Sahu, V. S. Trimurty, D.K. Rana, R.L. Pandey and N.K. Motiramani.
14
Jul

DURGESHWARI (R 1243-1224-578-1, IET 19795)

1. Parentage- Mahamaya x NSN 5 (MTC-4, IET 11904) 2. Maturity - 130-135 days 3. Grain Type- Long slender grain 4. Biotic stress- 1. Resistance to Leaf Blast 2. Moderately resistant/tolerant to Sheath blight, Bacterial Blight, Sheath rot, Gall- midge and Rice Tungro diseases. 5. Recommended regions/ areas - This variety has better tolerance to drought at Physiological level. 6. Areas of Adoption - Recommended for eastern regions of India , Chhattisgarh, Orrisa and Bihar 7. Special attributes - Irrigated areas of Chhattisgarh, Orrisa and Bihar. Rainfed areas of medium to heavy soils of (Dorsa and Kanhar) Chhattisgarh. 8. Average yield - The Variety Durgeshwari (IET 19795) possesses long Slender grain, better head Rice Recovery (55%), intermediate Amylose content (24.62%). Its cooks better as its Gel consistency is medium (63 mm) and intermediate alkali spreading value (4.0) with export quality. 50-55 q/ha 9. Developed by - Drs. A. K. Sarawgi, Ravindra Kumar Verma, Deepak Sharma, V. S. Trimurty, Sanjay Sharma, N. Pandey, S. B. Verulkar, N. K. Motiramani, D. J. Sharma, Santosh Sinha, G. R. Sahu, and Alice Tirkey.
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Jul

DANTESHWARI (IET 15450, R302-111)

1. Parentage - Samridhi x IR 8608-298. 2. Maturity - 100-105 days 3. Grain Type - Long slender grains 4. Biotic stress - i) Resistance to gall midge and tolerant to brown spot. ii) It escapes most of the pest and diseases in Kharif season as being early. 5. Recommended regions/ areas - i) Normally escape drought stress being an early variety. ii) Posses good physiological tolerance as well as to drought. 6. Areas of Adoption - The variety Danteshwari recommended all rice growing zones of Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh state. 7. Special attributes - 1. Long slender, translucent grain with good head rice recovery. 2. Suitable for summer cultivation 8. Average yield - 30 to 35 q/ha. 9. Developed by - M. N. Shrivastava, A. K. Sarawgi, R. K. Sahu, R. K. Mishra, D. J. Pophaly, K. C. Agarawal, V.S. Trimurty, D. Sharma, N. K. Motiramani, N. Pandey, L. K. Mishra, N. Rastogi, R. Verma.
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Jul

BAMLESHWARI (IET 14444, R 738-1-64-2-2)

1. Parentage - RP 2154-40-1 X IR 9828-23 2. Maturity - 130-135 days 3. Grain Type - Long bold grains 4. Biotic stress - The variety 'Bamleshwari' has resistance to BLB and tolerant to Sheath blight and Brown spot. This variety has also posses field tolerance to gall midge and WBPH. 5. Recommended regions/ areas - The variety although recommended for irrigated situation, yet posses a good level of tolerance to drought. 6. Areas of Adoption - 1. Recommended by 33rd All India Rice workshop for state of Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh and eastern Utter Pradesh. 2. Recommended by Zonal Research and Extension Advisory Committee for irrigated condition on all soils and ''Dorsa'' and 'Kanhar' soils under rainfed situation of the state. 7. Special attributes - The variety 'Bamleshwari' has high yield potential and almost complete resistant to BLB and high tolerance to Sheath blight, Brown spot and also acceptable to 'poha industery'. 8. Average yield - 45 to 55 q/ha 9. Developed by - R.K. Sahu, G.R. Sahu, A.K. Sarawgi, R.K. Mishra, V. S. Trimurty, N. Pandey, B. C. Shukla, D. Sharma, N. K. Motiramani, L. K. Mishra,V.N.Sahu.
14
Jul

“Chandrahasini” (IET 16800, R 979-1528-2-1, IC 549667)

1. Parentage - Abhaya x Phalguna 2. Maturity - 120-125 days. 3. Grain Type - Long slender grains 4. Biotic stress - R to GM 1, moderately resistance to BPH, Leaf folder, WBPH and Neck blast and tolerant to Leaf Blast, Brown spot and Sheath rot. 5. Recommended regions/ areas - Recommended for irrigated ecosystem and rainfed bunded having medium to heavy textured soils of Chhattisgarh plains. 6. Areas of Adoption - Whole rice growing areas of Chhattisgarh 7. Special attributes - This culture is highly acceptable to farmers because of its high yield potential, export quality grain (non basmati) with desirable quality i.e. intermediate GT, high amylase, soft gel consistency and high Head rice recovery and R to GM 1, moderately resistance to BPH, Leaf folder, WBPH and Neck blast and tolerant to Leaf Blast, Brown spot and Sheath rot. 8. Average yield - 45-50 q/ha 9. Developed by - A. K. Sarawgi, N. K. Motiramani, Deepak Sharma, R. L. Pandey, N. Pandey, V. S. Trimurty, S. B. Verulkar, D. J. Pophaly, V. K. Dubey, Ravindra Verma, Rita Bisne
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