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Performance of high-yielding varieties of paddy, 1966-67 to 1970-71.

India. Dept. of Agriculture. Expert Committee on Assessment and Evaluation.

Performance of high-yielding varieties of paddy, 1966-67 to 1970-71.

by India. Dept. of Agriculture. Expert Committee on Assessment and Evaluation.

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Published by Expert Committee on Assessment and Evaluation, Ministry of Agriculture in [New Delhi] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India.,
  • India
    • Subjects:
    • Rice -- Varieties -- India.,
    • Rice -- India -- Field experiments.

    • Edition Notes

      SeriesMonograph - Expert Committee on Assessment and Evaluation, Ministry of Agriculture ; no. 2
      ContributionsMathur, Mukut Vehari, 1915-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsSB191.R5 I46 1973
      The Physical Object
      Paginationi, 53 p. ;
      Number of Pages53
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4700937M
      LC Control Number77900479

        ““GRDB 15 is a high yielding variety, that provides more bags per acre, which translates into increased income for farmers and millers” Minister Holder said. Between to , GRDB released fourteen varieties of paddy resulting in significant increases in productivity over the last decade – from tonnes/hectare (24 bags/acre) in. East Pakistan planned to bring 5 lakh acres under high-yielding varieties of aman (IR) in /71, 25 lakh acres in /72 and 50 lakh acres in / If the scheme is implemented in full, the rice output is likely to increase tremen-dously and East Pakistan may succeed in overcoming the food shortage. We.

      There are ab varieties of rice in the world out of which about 4, are grown in India. Rice is life for thousands of millions of people. In Asia alone, more than 2, million people obtain 60 to 70 per cent of their calories from rice and its products. High Yielding Variety Programme High Yielding Variety Programme. The High Yielding Variety Programme (HYVP) was launched in the Kharif of with an objective to attain self-sufficiency in food by The core philosophy of the programme.

      In , while walking through his Gandhasale (a paddy variety) field, he observed a distinct ear of paddy that reminded him of Sona Masuri, a high-yielding variety. The Purple paddy plants develop 90 centimetres long and have 20 to 28 spikes. Each spike contains to corns, whereas HYV Boro plants possess to corns in each spike.


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Performance of high-yielding varieties of paddy, 1966-67 to 1970-71 by India. Dept. of Agriculture. Expert Committee on Assessment and Evaluation. Download PDF EPUB FB2

An analysis of the performance of the high yielding varieties programme for paddy in Coimbatore district, Tamil Nadu, India Download ( MB) link to publisher versionAuthor: Kaliappa Pillai Kalirajan. ditional varieties. The area under high-yielding varieties has shown a steep rise over the years - from 5 million acres in to 31 million acres in While the increase in area under high-yielding varieties over a short span of three to four years has been remarkable, this spread is not evenly distributed in respect of all the crops.

and high yielding varieties of paddy from sample farmers, survey method was followed. Information was collected.

for the agricultural year (July to June ). Performance of Few New Paddy Different Paddy Varieties RESULTS AND DISCUSSION Average Height Among the three Rice varieties Pusa ( days) showed highest average height ( cm).

It was significantly higher than other two varieties. Further PNR produced slightly more height than Pusa Sugandh-5 though it is at par.

Abstract. Many studies have observed that the cultivation of HYVs has led to an increase in the income and employment of both cultivators and agricultural labourers — although the major benefits have gone to the former because of relatively large increases in their yields and net incomes compared with small increases in labour demand and wages to labourers — and Cited by: 2.

Jai Prakash Singh (45), a farmer from Varanasi, has developed a number of high yielding varieties of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.), paddy (Oryza sativa L.), pigeon pea (Cajanus cajan (L.) Mill.), and mustard (Brassica juncea L.) following simple selection method.

His village Tandiya is 30 km away from Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh. It is a small village with about 60 households. Recommended High Yielding Paddy Varieties for Karnataka State. Agro climatic Zone -9 (Hilly Zone). Shri Prakash Singh Raghuvanshi a progressive farmer and has developed an improved and high yielding paddy variety.

The unique paddy variety has higher number of productive tillers, lengthy and more number of grain per spikes. Moreover the variety is tolerant to blight disease, matures in days and grains are small in size.

Paddy, also called rice paddy, small, level, flooded field used to cultivate rice in southern and eastern Asia. Wet-rice cultivation is the most prevalent method of farming in the Far East, where it utilizes a small fraction of the total land yet feeds the majority of the rural population. Rice was domesticated as early as bc, and by about 2, years ago it was grown in almost all of.

High yielding rice varieties developed at CRRI for upland ecosystem Paddy varieties. Submitted by naipictuasdharwad on Fri, 06/03/ - Posted in. High yielding variety; Variety; Rice; Orissa; India; uas-karnataka(dharwad) English; High yielding rice varieties developed at CRRI for upland ecosystem.

production during recent years, particularly since ,2 when high-yielding varieties (HYV) were introduced for the first time for commercial production, has been remarkable. 3 In the course of six years (from to ) wheat production has increased from million tonnes to million tonnes, or has more than doubled.

High-yielding varieties of wheat and rice in the less-developed nations (ha) Wheat Rice Total /66 9 49 58 /67 1 1 /68 4 2 6 8 4 12 8 7 16 /71 11 10 21 /72 14 13 A comparative picture of the area under HYV of the principal ce­real crops has been shown in Table It may be seen from Table that in only about 2 million hectares of the total cropped area under cereals (paddy, wheat, jowar, bajra, maize) was under the HYV and the remaining 98 per cent was under the tradi­tional varieties.

Home» ANU Research» ANU Theses» Open Access Theses» Factors affecting the high yielding varieties programme for paddy in India Factors affecting the high yielding varieties programme for paddy in India. Download ( MB) link to publisher version.

Statistics. paddy crop in Palakkad district during the Rabi season of 75 per cent of the premium for paddy cultivation will be given as subsidy. Paddy cultivation can be insured for a maximum amount Rs an acre.

The premium excluding subsidy and including service tax, which paddy cultivators should remit Rs. an acre. development of eight high yielding varieties from paddy from near extinct traditional varieties of Palakkad being to be double production the author said.

Agriculture department of Kerala has state that climate based crop insurance will be provided for paddy crop in Palakkad district during rabbi season of 75 % of the. Jun 5, - Nuziveedu Seeds – Prime Producer in Paddy Nuziveedu Seeds is already a master in varietal paddy production with a long list of products and the main focus of the company is now on Hybrid paddy.

Research ongoing to develop new product lines suitable to different agro-climatic zones. See more ideas about Varietal, Seeds, List pins. The world paddy production was million tonnes incovering an area ; Azam, and Hossain, ) as the area under high yielding varieties (HYVs) is still low.

About 40 per cent of the cropped areas in the country are under HYVs in and it increased from 21 per cent in The area under HYVs of crops ranged. Large public investments in irrigation and adoption of high yielding varieties under the Green Revolution helped achieve the goal and make the nation food secure.

The share of paddy (rice) in the gross cropped area in Punjab has increased from % in to almost % in recent years, while it has increased from % to 20% in Haryana. Paddy seeds of exotic varieties such as Tr-ichung Native-1 were introduced in The propagation of various high-yielding varieties over fairly large areas was taken up as a full fledged programme from Kharif onwards.

Bymillion hcctaies were brought within the purview of this programme. Analysis of the relationship between inputs and outputs is an important challenge for agricultural researchers to know whether the observed fluctuation in crop output can be explained properly through various factors involved in the process.

This study analyzes the impact of factors such as fertilizers, highyielding varieties (HYVs), irrigation, rainfall, floods, etc., on the yield of paddy .which slowly came down to per cent in But if we compare the share of agriculture sector with the share of industrial or dynamic sector it is still quite high.Keywords: Acceptance, New seed variety, Paddy farmers, Kedah, Malaysia 1.

Introduction Paddy is an important source of food and farm income for small holders in Malaysia. The area of paddy planted in Malaysia is aboutha and metric tons per hectares for the average of national paddy production (DOA, ).