RAJAS : A HIGH YIELDING, WILT RESISTANT CHICKPEA VARIETY FOR LATE SOWN CONDITION IN NORTH WEST PLAIN ZONE, INDIA

Article Id: ARCC2026 | Page : 74-76
Citation :- RAJAS : A HIGH YIELDING, WILT RESISTANT CHICKPEA VARIETY FOR LATE SOWN CONDITION IN NORTH WEST PLAIN ZONE, INDIA.Legume Research-An International Journal.2009.(32):74-76
R.B. Deshmukh, J.V. Patil, L.B. Mhase, M.S. Kamble, D.V. Deshmukh and B.M. Jamadagni
Address : Pulses Improvement Project, Mahatma Phule Krishi Vidyapeeth, Rahuri-413 722, India

Abstract

Rajas (Phule G-9425-9) chickpea variety is developed by pedigree selection method from a cross
Phule G-91028 x Bheema under Pulses Improvement Project, Mahatma Phule Krishi Vidyapeeth,
Rahuri (MS). It has semi-spreading growth habit with medium-bold seed. The variety is resistant to
Fusarium wilt. In three (IVT, AVT-1 and AVT-2) All India Co-ordinated trials, on an average the
genotype Phule G-9425-9 yielded 1808 kg/ha and consistently recorded 17.86, 19.34, 11.12 and
17.10 per cent higher seed yield over the national checks H-82-2 (1534 kg/ha), PBG-1 (1515 kg/ha), BG-372 (1627 kg/ha) and RSG-963 (1544 kg/ha), respectively. The variety has been released and notified in 2007 under the name “Rajas” for late sown condition in NWPZ (Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana, Uttaranchal, New Delhi and Jammu).

Keywords

Chickpea WiH-resistance Rajas.

References

  1. Anonymous (2002-04). Annual Report. In All India Co-ordinated Research Project on chickpea, IIPR, Kanpur-208 024.
  2. Anonymous (2007). Project Co-ordinator’s (Chickpea) Report, IIPR, Kanpur-208 024

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