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Significant Achievements
I.(a). New Varieties Developed, Released and Notify (2009)
Name of Variety: Gram - JG 6
Breeding centre: Sehore
Notification No. 449 (E) dated 11.02.2009
Salient Characters: The plants are semi spreading, semi-dwarf with profuse branching and pink flowers. It is resistant to Fusarium wilt, moderately resistant to dry root rot and tolerant to infestation of pod borer. The variety matures in 113 days.
Average yield: 2000-2100 kg/ha.
Recommended area of adoption: It is recommended for rain fed farming in M.P.

Name of Variety: Pigeon pea- TJT 501
Breeding centre: Khargone
Notification No. 2187 (E) dated 27.08.2009
Salient Characters: It matures in 145-155 days. The variety possesses semi spreading intermediate plants with large pod, yellow flower and brown seed of 9.5g/100 seeds. It is resistant to Fusarium wilt and tolerant to Phytophthora blight.
Average yield: 1800-2000 kg/ha.
Recommended area of adoption: It is recommended for M.P., Chhatisgarh, Gujrat, Maharashtra and part of Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh.

Name of Variety: Wheat - MP 1203
Breeding centre: Gwalior
Notification No. 454 (E) dated 11.02.2009
Salient Characters: This is an early maturing Wheat variety (110 days). Has resistance against brown and black rust. It performs well under late sown conditions. It has very good chapatti and excellent bread making qualities.
Average yield: 4000-4500 kg/ha.
Recommended area of adoption: Recommended for late sown irrigated conditions of M.P., Chhattisgarh, Gujarat and part of Rajasthan.

Name of Variety:     Groundnut - JGN 23
Breeding centre: Khargone
Notification No.: 449 (E) dated 11.02.2009
Salient Characters: This variety matures in 140 days. It gives 10-15% higher yield than the existing varieties. The variety is tolerant to Tikka disease of groundnut.
Average yield: 1600-1800 kg/ha.
(dry pod) and 1100 kg/ha of kernel

Name of Variety:    :   Mustard - JM 4
Breeding centre: Morena
Salient Characters: It is a bold seeded variety which matures in 125-135 days. It is tolerant to white rust and blight diseases.
Average yield: 1600-2500 kg/ha.
I. (b). New Varieties Released during 2010-11
Crop Name of variety Characteristics
Pigeon pea  Hybrid RVICPH 2671 It is the first CMS based brown seeded Pigeon pea hybrid. It Matures in 164-184 days, Resistant to wilt and SMV, High dal protein (24.7%) Average yield is 2276-2852 kg/ha. Recommended for the medium Vertisols of M.P.
Pigeonpea RVA 28 It was developed from JA 4 x UPAS 120. It has Early maturity (147-157 days) and resistant to wilt. Average yield is 1734 kg/ha. Recommended for timely sown rain fed conditions of M.P.
Wheat RVW 4106 It matures in 105-110 days. Resistant to black and brown rust disease. Average yield is 5035 kg/ha. Recommended for late sown irrigated conditions of M.P.
Safflower RVS 113 It was developed from JSI 41x JSI 42. This is a Spineless variety with early maturity (125-130 days). Oil content 29-30%. Resistant to lodging and shattering. Average yield 1600-1800 kg/ha. Recommended for rain fed sole and intercropping conditions in sequential cropping system in M.P.
Soybean RVS 2001-04 It was developed from JS 93-05x EC 390981. It matures in 92-95 days with average yield 2495 kg/ha. Recommended for rain fed areas of M.P.
Lentil RVL 30 RVL 30 matures in 104 days having an average yield potential of 1300 kg/ha. It is resistant to wilt, lodging and shattering
RVL 31 This variety has been developed from land races of Distt. Shajapur. Bold seeded variety with early maturity (107 days). Average yield 1200-1300 kg/ha. Recommended for timely sown rain fed conditions of M.P.
Gram RVKG 101 It was developed from ICCV 2 X BG 256. Whitish bold seeded variety having average seed size of 40.6 g/100 seed. Early maturity (109days) and average yield 1500-1800 kg/ha. Recommended for timely sown irrigated Kabuli growing areas of M.P.
RVSGKG 102 It was developed from KAK 2 X IPCK 96-3. Whitish extra bold seeded variety having average seed size of 58.0 g/100 seed. Early maturity (104 days) and average yield 1200-1500 kg/ha. Recommended for timely sown irrigated Kabuli growing areas of M.P.
RVG 201 It was developed from PG 5 X Bheema. Whitish extra bold seeded variety having average seed size of 58.0 g/100 seed. Early maturity (104 days) and average yield 1200-1500 kg/ha. Recommended for timely sown irrigated Kabuli growing areas of M.P.
Safed Musali RVSM 414 It was developed from Selection from genetic stock. Matures in 85-100 days and average yield, 1656-2370 kg/ha. Root powder contains 6.2 % steroidal saponine and 1.21 % sapogenine. Resistant to Fusarium Moniliforme. Recommended for timely sowing under rich humus and well drained soils in raised bed system in M.P.
Ashwagandha RVA 100 It was developed from MWS 22 x Wild. Early maturity (160 days) and average yield 600-700 (Dry root) kg/ha. Resistant to Alternaria blight. Suitable for export purposes
Kalmegh RVK 1 It was developed from selection from genetic stock (Kondagaun Chattisgarh). It matures in 150-180 days and average yield 3140 kg/ha in rain fed and 5500-6000 kg/ha in irrigated condition. Suitable for three cuttings. Recommended for Kalmegh growing areas of M.P Sarpgandha RVSP 1 It was developed from pure line selection from genetic stock ( Jalna Maharastra) It matures in 150-180 days and average yield 2700-2800 (root) kg/ha. Suitable for inter cropping. Recommended for Sarpgandha growing areas of M.P.
Mustard RVM 1 This variety matures in 108 days with seed yield ranging from 1389 to 2019 kg/ha. It has moderate resistance against alternaria blight.
II. Technology developed for Yield Enhancement
  • Management of soybean pest complex

  • New insecticides, Indoxacarb 14.5 SC @ 300ml /ha, Profenophos 50 EC @ 1.25 lit/ha, Lamda Cyhalothrin 5 EC @ 300ml/ha and Methomyl 40 SP @ 1.00 kg/ha recorded the minimum damage by pest complex (semi loopers, grey semilooper Gsonia gemma and green semilooper Chrysodeixis acuta) and also maximum grain.
  • Integrated pest management in soybean

  • Seed treatment with thiomethoxam 70 WS @ 3g/kg seed; installation of bird perches followed by foliar spray of NSKE @ 5% or Bt @ 1 lit/ha at flowering and need based application of Quinalphos 25 EC @1.5 lit.l, or Triazophos 40EC@ 0.800 lit/ha control the pest complex of soybean eco-friendly with minimum yield loss, results in high yield and economic return.
  • Weed control in soybean

  • Spraying of post emergence herbicides viz, quizalofop ethyl 5 EC 5g/ ha, Imazethapyr 10 EC 75 g/ ha, chlorimuron ethyl 25 WP 9 g/ ha and fenoxyprop-p- ethyl 10 EC 100 g/ ha after 20-25 days of sowing control the weeds effectively in standing crop of soybean.
  • Integrated plant nutrient management in chickpea

  • Application of Rhizobium + PSB + 100% RDF (20:50:20:20 NPKS kg/ha) or Rhizobium (5 g / kg seed) + 2.5 ton compost/ha + 50% RDF +PSB inoculation (5 g / kg seed) with recommended dose of nitrogen and sulphur can be applied depending on the availability of indigenous compost for optimum seed yield in chickpea.
  • Use of Molybdenum along with Rhizobium+PSB in chickpea for higher yield

  • In an experiment conducted from 2004-05 to 2006-07 on biofertilizers efficiency with micronutrients supplementation at AICRP on Chickpea, Sehore in medium black soils of Vindhyan plateau having <0.016 ppm Acid ammonium acetate +EDTA extractable Mo (below critical limit of 0.2 ppm), the application of Ammonium molybdate @ 1.0 kg/ha along with Rhizobium +PSB +RDF i.e.20:17:16:20 NPKS/ha, increased the seed yield of chickpea grown under limited irrigation on an average by 35.0% (3 years data basis 2004-05, 2006-07).

    Since Ammonium molybdate is a costly fertilizer and its dose @ 1 kg/ha in soil application may be difficult for the farmers to use and therefore in order to reduce the cost another experiment was conducted from 2007-08 to 2008-09 by using Ammonium molybdate at lower dose (1.0 g/kg seed) as seed treatment along with Rhizobium +PSB which was found effective and remunerative giving an additional yield increase of 409 kg/ha with a net return of Rs 7098/ha over control. Hence, this technology has been recommended wherever soil is deficient in Molybdenum for obtaining higher yields of chickpea. Further, this can be tested under multi-location testing for different soils and agro-climatic conditions for wider adaptability.
  • Identification of lentil with pathogen races

    One hundred forty six pathogenic isolates of Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. lentis were characterized for morphological, cultural and pathogenic variability from Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan and Jharkhand. Differentials for studying pathogenic variability were identified for the first time and efforts have been made to identify races of Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. lentis. Presence of four variants of this pathogen identified in above lentil growing areas.
  • Nematodes resistance in pigeonpea

    JKM 186 and JKM 189 identified as resistant to root knot nematodes viz, Meloidogyne incogita and M. javanica.
  • Wilt management in pigeon pea

    Seed treatment with Vitavax @ 2 g/Kg seed + Tricoderma sp. @ 4 g/Kg seed effectively managed the Fusarium wilt. Capsule Borer Management in Safflower: Newer insecticides, thiomethoxam 25 WG @ 0.005%, imidacloprid 77.8% SL @ 0.0045% and acetamiprid 20 SP @ 0.004% after 50-70 days of sowing control the capsule borer effectively in safflower.
  • Guar based remunerative crop sequence

    Guar - wheat crop rotation is more remunerative in grid zone at 75% recommended dose of fertilizers with a saving of 26 Kg P2O5 /ha in guar and 30 Kg N/ha in wheat.
  • Conservation of soil moisture

    Glyricidia green leaves mulch has been found effective in conserving soil moisture and enhancing productivity of soybean-safflower sequence in medium deep vertisols under dry land conditions.
  • Registration of pearl millet varieties under PPV & FRA

    Two nationwide released varieties of pearl millet viz; JBV 2 and JBV3 have been registered in PPV & FRA, New Delhi with the registration No. 00063 and 000161 respectively.
  • Management of pearl millet Downy mildew

    Pearl millet seed dressing with talc based formulation of Bacillus pumilis @ 8 gm + Chitosan @ 2.5 gm per kg. seed was found effective in reducing downy mildew incidence.
  • Aphid management of safflower

    Spraying of thiomethoxam 25WG @ 0.005% imidacloprid 17.8%SL @ 0.0045% and acctamiprid 20SP @ 0.004% at 50 to 70 days after sowing was found beneficial for the management of aphid and increasing the seed yield of safflower.
  • Integrated pest management of mustard

    The highest seed yield of mustard (1889 kg/ha) was found in foliar application of Oxy-dematon methyl @1 ml/1 water when Aphid population reaches at E.T.L.
  • Integrated nutrient management of lentil

    Application of recommended dose of fertilizer (20:17:20:20 NPKS/ha) along with FYM 5 t/ha recorded maximum seed yield (927 kg/ha) followed by recommended dose of fertilizer along with vermin compost @ 2 t/ha (901 kg/ha).
  • Evaluation of models in soybean –wheat system

    In soybean – wheat system, an increase in grain yield of 7.1 % was observed when fertilizers were applied on the basis of soil test in comparison with the model of recommended dose of fertilizer (RDF) and package of practices. On an average, the savings of nutrients were in the tune of 11 kg of P2O5 and 17 kg of K2O/ annum in the system. Integrated weed management also recorded 3.5 % more yield than RDF.
  • Nutrient management in cluster bean

    For higher yield and economic returns, cluster bean should be supplied with 25 kg ZnSo4/ha as basal application, where soils are deficient in Zn. In case the Zn is not given at sowing, it can be supplemented by one foliar spray of 0.5 % ZnSo4 between 25 to 35 days after sowing.
  • Effect of bio regulators in soybean

    Application of salicylic acid @ 50 ppm recorded higher grain yield of soybean (2277 kg/ha) followed by application of Etherel @ 200 ppm of (2260 kg/ha). The net return was higher in application of salicylic acid and BC ratio was higher in Etherel application. Among the stage of application, bio regulators applied at both stages (flower + pod initiation) gave higher yields.
  • Insect pest management in soybean

    Rynaxypyr 20SC @ 150 ml/ha, 87.5ml/ha, and Methomil 40SP@1kg/ha were found effective against grey & green semiloopers and girdle beetle in soybean and gave higher yield as compared to control.
  • Management of myrothecium leaf blight in cotton

    Foliar application of copper oxychloride @ 0.3 % + streptocycline 100 ppm at 30, 60 and 90 days after sowing was found most effective in controlling myrothecium leaf blight in cotton followed by seed treatment with talc powder formulation of Pseudomonas fluorescens @ 10 gm. per kg. seed + foliar spray @ of 0.2 % on 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80 and 90 days after sowing.
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