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Extent and productivity of high yielding varieties of paddy in Kerala.

Kerala (India). Bureau of Economics and Statistics.

Extent and productivity of high yielding varieties of paddy in Kerala.

by Kerala (India). Bureau of Economics and Statistics.

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Published by Issued by Bureau of Economics and Statistics in Trivandrum .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India
    • Subjects:
    • High Yielding Varieties Programme,
    • Rice -- Varieties -- India -- Kerala

    • Edition Notes

      ContributionsJohn, N. George.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsSB191.R5 K389 1976
      The Physical Object
      Pagination23 p. ;
      Number of Pages23
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4703800M
      LC Control Number77904548

      The future of rice production in Kerala lies in improving the productivity with reasonable cost of production through promotion of high yielding varieties of seeds, scientific management of cultivation thereby making rice production a remunerative enterprise for farmers. The biggest challenge is to make rice a remunerative crop a scenario with. yield potential of the high yielding varieties, declining pro- ductivity in intensive rice production systems, pressures from abiotic and biotic stresses, low returns in develop-.

      Rice. It is a kharif crop which requires high temperature, (above 25°C) and high humidity with annual rainfall above cm.; About one-fourth of the total cropped area in India is under rice cultivation. Leading Producer States: West Bengal, Uttar Pradesh, and Punjab. High Yielding States: Punjab, Tamil Nadu, Haryana, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, West Bengal and Kerala. increasing yield in the second half of the 20 th century, the release and spread of high yielding crop varieties caused the fast replacement of locally grown crop cultivars. This replacement was the most extensive in crops like rice. More over, explosive increase of world population, deterioration of arable land and reduction in the availability of.

      Kerala. Each of the varieties (Uma, Ponnmani and White ponni) were collected from the local farmers and analysed for moisture content, dockage, discoloured grain, broken or damaged grain and grain dimension. Quality Parameters of different Varieties of Paddy Rice grown in Vadakkanchery, Kerala. Suganthi. A and Fathima Nacchair. Birsa Dhan (IET- ) Rainfed uplands. Semi, dwarf,grains - long bold,white, & resistant to blast, Yield Q/ha.. Bihar.


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Paddy varieties of Kerala. Short duration varieties Season: Virippu (I crop / autumn), Mundakan (II crop / winter), Puncha (III crop / summer) Variety Duration(Days) Very high yield potential, highly susceptible to Brown plant hopper, plant hopper and other pests.

Aswathy (PTB 37) 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 theFile Size: KB.

Given the high costs of cultivation and the modest yield levels, the price of paddy becomes an important determinant of profitability for the farmer. In Kerala, the minimum support price (MSP) for paddy announced by the State government, which was only Rs per quintal in and was gradually increased in the subsequent years, rose to Rs.

department, total paddy cultivation in Kerala is 3,10, Hectares, in Palakkad it The development of eight high – yielding varieties paddy from near extinct traditional varieties of Palakkad has also paddy production can be increased to a very good extent.

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. State-wise Area, Production and Yield of Basmati Rice. State-wise Area, Production and Yield of Hybrid Rice.

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. production, Alappuzha occupies first position i.e% while Palakkad produced only 1% of the total roduction in the state.

Out of the three seasons, winter paddy, production is p comparatively high in the state. Productivity The yield per hectare was highest in Alappuzha (kg) followed by Kottayam (Kg) in Autumn season.

However, her family, which was growing a modern high-yielding variety (HYV) of paddy, was surprised to see the production of Bahurupi and Kerala Sundari, rice varieties native to Purulia district. “On an average, I raised about kg per ha as opposed to kg under HYV production.

High-yielding varieties of tubers developed by KAU and CTCRI (Central Tuber Crops Research Institute) will be demonstrated for wider adoption among. “Adopting high yielding hybrid variety of paddy crops and thereby reducing the area of rice cultivation without affecting the overall production can save water to a huge extent and pose a.

The green revolution came with high-yielding varieties of wheat and paddy meant to make the country self-sustaining in food production. Assured procurement of these two crops by government agencies for distribution to other states fetched better prices for farmers.

Over time, paddy dovetailed well with wheat, a major winter crop of Punjab. THRISSUR: The Kerala Agricultural University (KAU) has developed 23 high-yielding new crop include five varieties of rice and nutmeg, three varieties of.

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 the. Paddy rice is not the culprit, we are the culprits, we polish the rice beyond recognition, we do not try out the range of traditional rice varieties with diverse nutritive profiles, and we do not try new and interesting ways of preparing and making them popular.

In any case, all of us from rice growing regions love rice. The State government is committed to finding good markets for agricultural produce and ensuring good income to farmers, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said on Monday. As part of its Subhiksha Keralam.

Breeding of new varieties of rice and wheat has continued since the s, increasingly in research stations in the countries where they are to be grown. High yielding varieties of maize have also proved successful and to a lesser extent new varieties of sorghum. Since. 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. The prime reason for the high production cost in Kerala was steep rise in farm wages, says Padmakumar.

Wages have increased much faster in Kerala than in any other state. In Palakkad, farm wage is Rs for women and Rs for men per day, less than the wages in most of Kerala, where women get Rs and men Rs per day. Furthermore, strategies are required to cope with effects of climate change on rice production by application of anaerobic methanotrops to oxidize the CH4, and the development of high-yielding and.

The scheme plans to expand the area of paddy cultivation, increase productivity and production, provide high yielding seed, irrigation facilities, soi. Flash floods leading to complete submergence of rice plants for 10–15 days is one of the major constraints for rice production, mainly in rainfed lowland areas.

In India, 30% of the rice growing area (12–14 M ha) is prone to flash flooding with average productivity of only – t ha−1. Coastal Odisha is one of the most flood prone areas of India where the paddy crop in the wet.The farmer-friendly schemes of the government have seen paddy production reach 61 lakh metric tonnes, the highest since the state was formed in Inpaddy production was lakh.Annexure District wise area, productivity and production of rice for high yielding varieties of Paddy (Summer) Annexure District wise area, productivity and production of rice for local varieties of Paddy (Summer) Annexure District wise area, productivity and production of rice (Irrigated / Unirrigated) for.