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05
Aug

Nursery raising

1. Wet bed method:

Wet nurseries are preffered under irrigated conditions.

The soil is puddle by two to three runs of puddler or three to four ploughings with local plough. After one or two days of puddling, divide the nursery areas in to narrow beds of 1.25 m width and of any convient length depending upon the slope.

Construct drainage chhanels 30 cm wid

05
Aug

Utera system of Cultivation

Under the rice-utera(paira) cropping system, rice linseed, rice alone, rice lentil and rice chickpea.

In deep water areas, rich fish farming has also been evaluated at several places in the region. Rice-lathyrus and rice linseed is common.

Rice-wheat system:  This cropping system is predominant in large areas under rainfed shallow lowland.

Rice-lentil system

Rice-chickpea system:  The cropping pattern appears

05
Aug

Rice based ecosystem in the Chhattisgarh state

1. Rice based ecosystem in the Chhattisgarh state are two rainfed and irrigated.

Rainfed :

a. Upland – light and heavy

b. Lowland – favorable and fragiable

c. Submergence – short duration and long duration

Irrigated

a. monocropped

b. double cropped

c. multicropped

05
Aug

Rice based cropping pattern

The crop and cropping intensity of Chhattisgarh is depend on soil types and its moisture retention capacity of soils in rainfed farming and follow suitable cropping system in irrigated areas. Based on crop area, the major cropping pattern in three agro-climatic zones of Chhattisgarh is as follows. Chhattisgarh Plain Zones Rice- Fallow Rice- Utera (lathyrus/ linseed) Rice- Linseed / chickpea/ lentil/ wheat/ mustard/ safflower Rice- Rice Bastar Plateau zone Rice- fallow Rice- Fallow/ chic
05
Aug

Rice growing soils of Chhattisgarh state

Variations in most soil properties in the state are closely related to their position on the landscape. the brief characteristics of soil of three agro-climatic zones are given below,

Chhattisgarh Plains :

Moving down the slope, there is an increase in soil depth, water holding capacity, cation exchange capacity and preponderance of calcium and magnecium ions. The soil so developed have been classified in to four soil orders that widely differ in their produc

05
Aug

Rice growing season of state Chhattisgarh

 Seasonal name : Kharif                                                 

Local name:

14
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
14
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. Com
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 region
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 ''D
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