4 edition of high yielding varieties programme in India found in the catalog.
high yielding varieties programme in India
Brian A. Lockwood
by Planning Commission, Govt. of India, Programme Evaluation Organisation in [New Delhi]
Written in English
Vol. 1 comprises an analysis of field study reports for the years 1967-1969; v. 2 incorporating reports for 1970-1975 is a joint study by the Programme Evaluation Organisation and the Australian National University, Research School of Pacific Studies, Dept. of Economics.
|Statement||Brian Lockwood, P. K. Mukherjee, R. T. Shand.|
|Contributions||Mukherjee, P. K. joint author., Shand, R. T. joint author., India. Planning Commission. Programme Evaluation Organisation., Australian National University. Research School of Pacific Studies. Dept. of Economics.|
|LC Classifications||SB192.I4 L6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
|LC Control Number||78903712|
The Green Revolution in India was initiated in the s by introducing high-yielding varieties of rice and wheat to increase food production in order to alleviate hunger and poverty. Post-Green Revolution, the production of wheat and rice doubled due to initiatives of the government, but the production of other food crops such as indigenous rice varieties and millets :// development of high-yielding varieties and matching production and protection India has been compiled by the GRU of IIWBR in the form of present book. All the varieties are categorized zone/state wise vis-a-vis production condition wise. The wheat varietal development programme in India is carried out under the aegis of the /uploads//05/
The performance of the high yielding hybrids, varieties and the local cultivars will vary depending upon the agro-climatic conditions they are grown in, and the management practices adopted by The high yielding varieties programme in India (); a joint study by Programme Evaluation Organisation and Australian National University - pt. 2: (://
Varieties were released in presence of Hon'ble President of India on the occasion of 54th Convocation of the Institute/Deemed University on 5 February, These varieties are high yielding with good quality traits and resistance to pests and :// Thereafter since with formation of Gujarat Agriculture University research work was more intensified for varietal evaluation and agro techniques of released varieties. The second strengthening was done in in order to initiate crossing programme in rice for development of high yielding fine grain, scented and resistant ://
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High Yielding Variety Programme (HYVP): 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 was to increase the productivity of food grains by adopting latest varieties High Yielding Variety Programme High Yielding Varieties Programme: While both the IADP and IAAP were concerned with the promotion of intensive agriculture, they operated with in the limitations sit by the existing crop varieties which have low fertilizer Medson Chisi, Gary Peterson, in Sorghum and Millets (Second Edition), Modern Breeding Approaches.
The high-yielding varieties developed by classical plant breeders have been essential to maintaining adequate food supplies for the ever-expanding world population (Bennetzen, ).Newer approaches are needed to meet the great increase in food production necessitated by population /high-yielding-varieties.
ADVERTISEMENTS: High Yielding Varieties Seeds are undoubtedly land substituting, water economizing, more labour using, and employment generating innovation; nevertheless, they are very delicate and sensitive and therefore require a great deal of care if a successful harvest is to be obtained.
For example, the new seeds are less resistant to droughts and floods and need [ ] What is High Yielding Varieties (HYV). Definition of High Yielding Varieties (HYV): Hybrid seeds that have been selected and developed to give high productivity with High Yielding Variety Seeds (HYV seeds) are seeds are of better quality than normal quality seeds.
These seeds are a better option of seeds in order to obtain a healthy and surplus :// The high yielding varieties Programme was initiated during and the Directorate of Rice Development, Govt. of India commenced monitoring the scheme of high yielding varieties in a systematic manner from onwards.
The total area under rice during was million hectares in which the area under high yielding varieties (H.Y.V Paper - htm. Introduction of such high-yielding varieties of wheat depends crucially on the availability of fertilisers, adequate water supply, pesticides and insecticides.
Therefore they have to be launched in the form of a 'Package Programme'. Because of their dependence on irrigation, they could be adopted only in areas having proper irrigation :// Tribune News Service Karnal, July 10 Scientists of the National Horticulture Research and Development Foundation (NHRDF) have developed two high-yielding and short-duration varieties — one eac Released Varieties High Yielding Rice Varieties and Hybrids Developed at NRRI.
In India more than varieties were released for cultivation suitable different ecosystems and out of them varieties (23 Upland, 9 Aerobic, 45 Irrigated, 2 Boro, 23 Shallow lowland, 14 Semi deep water, 6 Deep water, 6 Coastal saline) have been contributed Varieties A large number of high-yielding varieties of potato suited to different agro-climatic conditions have been evolved and released for cultivation on farmer’s fields.
Characteristics of some of the important new high yielding varieties are given :// Get information about high yielding rice varieties developed at Central Rice Research Institute (CRRI).
Users can get list of high yielding rice varieties for upland ecosystem, irrigated ecosystem, shallow rainfed lowland ecosystem, medium deep waterlogged ecosystem and coastal saline :// State-wise Area covered under High-Yielding varieties of Rice during 7th Plan.
State-wise Area covered under High-Yielding varieties of Rice during 8th Plan. State-wise Area covered under High-Yielding varieties of Rice during 9th Plan.
of The minister said it was high time the scientists brought out more high yielding varieties of pulses. " has been marked as the International Year of :// The percentage adoption by area of high yielding varieties (HYVs) of rice was mapped for six states at a district level (Fig.
In many districts the adoption of HYVs was low; for example, in nearly all of the districts in MP, adoption was below 50% (Fig. There was less than 50% 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 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 In India for instance, the cultivation of high yielding varieties have helped to increase food production from 52 million tonnes to more than million tonnes over a period of 50 years The successful implementation of the High Yielding Varieties Programme (HYVP) in India has led to a remarkable increase in production and to a new assessment ?id= India's high yielding varieties programme in wheat, to Centro International de Mejoramiento de Maiz y Trigo.
Mexico City. viii + 35 p. CONTENTS Foreword v Preface vii I. Genesis and progress of the high-yielding varieties programme in wheat 1 Introduction 1 Wheat revolution in India The introduction of high-yielding varieties of seeds after and the increased use of fertilizers and irrigation are known collectively as the Green Revolution, which provided the increase in production needed to make India self-sufficient in food grains, thus improving agriculture in India.
Famines in India, once accepted as inevitable, have not returned since the introduction of Green. Get this from a library! Study of the high yielding varieties programme in Mysore (rabi ): Mexican wheat in Bijapur District.
[A R Rajapurohit]SHIMLA: Himachal Pradesh Krishi Vishvavidyalaya, Palampur, has taken another leap in the cultivation of seabuckthorn by introducing 10 imported mild-thorny high-yielding varieties in Lahaul under The Green Revolution in India refers to a period when Indian agriculture was converted into an industrial system due to the adoption of modern methods and technology such as the use of high yielding variety (HYV) seeds, tractors, irrigation facilities, pesticides, and was mainly found by M.S.
was part of the larger Green revolution endeavor initiated by Norman