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Varieties released

Name of crop/ variety

Level/Year

of release

Av. Yield (q/ha)

Growing conditions

Salient features

CEREALS

Wheat

C 306

National

1965

25.0

Rainfed and low fertility,early sowing

Desi, tall (125 cm), bold shining grain and high chapatti score (8.5)

WH 147

State

1975

Central Zone 1978

50.0

Timely sown, medium fertility and restricted irrigation condition

Medium height (100 cm), flecked leaves, tolerant to leaf rust, medium bold amber semi-hard grains, good chapati making quality. Land mark variety in the history of wheat improvement at HAU

WH 157

State

1978

National

1989

48.0

Timely sown, irrigated under salinity/ alkalinity conditions

Medium tall (105 cm), bold amber semi-hard grains and good chapati making quality, rust tolerant

WH 283

NWPZ 1983

50.0

Timely sown, high fertility and irrigated conditions

Medium tall (100 cm), bold shining, amber hard grains and good chapati making quality, high protein content (12.5%), high bread score, resistant to rusts and Karnal bunt

WH 291

NWPZ 1984

44.0

Late sown, high fertility and irrigated conditions

Semi-dwarf, medium tall (110 cm), medium shining amber and hard grains, high protein content (> 12.5%), rust resistance

WH 416

NWPZ 1989

55.0

Timely sown, high fertility and irrigated conditions

Semi-dwarf (102 cm), medium bold, amber, semi-hard grains

WH 542

NWPZ 1992

58.0

Timely sown, high fertility and irrigated conditions

Semi-dwarf (90 cm), high tillering, medium bold, amber, shining, semi-hard grains and rust resistance

WH 533

State

1993

38.0

Early to timely sown, rainfed conditions

Semi-dwarf (90 cm), strong straw, high tillering, amber, medium size grains

Sonak

State

1997

45.0

Late to very late sown, high fertility & irrigated conditions

Semi-dwarf, bold, shining, hard amber grains and rust resistant

WH 711

State

2002

59.0

Timely sown, high fertility and irrigated conditions

Semi-dwarf (81 cm), shining, amber hard grains. Ideal variety which is high yielding, rust resistant, moderately resistant to Karnal bunt, non-lodging, good quality, heat tolerant as well

WH 1021

NWPZ 2007

47.5

Late sown, high fertility and irrigated conditions

Dwarf (95 cm), shining amber hard grains, high protein content, superior in yield and diversity for disease resistance

WH 1025

State

2010

27.5

Rainfed and low input conditions

Desi, medium height (105 cm) ,bold shining grains, good chapatti making and rust resistant

WH 1080

National 2011

30.8

Suitable for rainfed and low input conditions of NWPZ

 

Better in quality, gluten index (79), zinc (37.7 ppm) and protein content (12.5%), resistant to lodging, drought stress and rusts

WH 896 (D)

NWPZ 1995

52.5

Timely sown, high fertility and irrigated conditions

A semi-dwarf durum variety, bold amber shining grains, resistant to rusts and Karnal bunt, high β-carotene (6.7 ppm), meets all requirements of export quality

WH 912 (D)

State

2002

55.0

Timely sown, high fertility and irrigated conditions

Semi-dwarf, bold shining amber hard grains, resistant to rusts, tolerant to Karnal bunt, high β-carotene (7.2 ppm)

WHD 943

National 2010

48 .0

Timely sown, high fertility & irrigated conditions of NWPZ

 

Resistant to Karnal bunt, rusts, flag smut, leaf-blight & powdery mildew, β-carotene 6.8 ppm, protein content 12.5% 

Barley

BG 25

State

1975

35.0

Timely sown, irrigated and saline alkaline conditions

Tall, long lax ears, round light yellow grains, tolerant to yellow rust

BG 105

State

1975

25.0

Late sown irrigated conditions

Medium tall, compact ears, long bold yellow seeds. Tolerant to lodging and resistant to yellow rust and molya disease

BH 75

State

1983

40.0

Timely sown irrigated conditions

Dwarf, profuse tillering, lax ears, light yellow grains, resistant to yellow rust and molya disease

BH 393

State

2002

47.5

Timely sown irrigated conditions, suitable for malt industries

Dwarf plant type with long ears. Seeds bold thin husk, high malt, early in maturity, tolerant to lodging, resistant to yellow rust and molya disease

BH 902

National 2010

50.0

Timely sown irrigated conditions

Bold and round grains, highly resistant to diseases and tolerant to lodging

BH885

State

2011

50.0

Timely sown irrigated conditions

Two rowed, high yield, excellent in malting quality characters, lodging tolerant, resistance to rusts and stripe disease

Rice

HKR 46

State 2000

62.5

Normal and late planting

Maturity 135 days, semi dwarf, long slender grain, tolerant to BLB and WBPH, resistant to blast and brown spot   

HKR 47

State 2005

65.0

Normal and late planting

Maturity 135 days, semi dwarf, long slender grain, moderately resistant to false smut, blast and brown spot and tolerant to WBPH

HKR 120

State

1987

62.5

Early planting, high fertility & irrigated conditions

Maturity 146 days, long slender grain, medium duration, resistant to BLB and WBPH 

HKR 126

State

1992

67.5

Early planting, high fertility and irrigated conditions

Maturity 140 days, long slender grain tolerant to water stress, resistant to WBPH, stem rot, blast and brown spot, tolerant to BLB 

HKR 127

State

2006

70.0

Suitable for normal planting

Medium duration (140 days), semi dwarf, long slender grain, moderately resistant to false smut

Haryana Shankar Dhan-1 (HSD-1)

State

2006

75.0

Early planting

Maturity 139 days, compact plant type with long slender partially awned grains, moderately resistant to WBPH, stem borer & leaf folder 

Taraori Basmati

State

1992

25.0

Early planting, medium fertility, irrigated conditions.

Long grained (7.1mm) export quality aromatic rice, photo-senstive, matures in 145 to 155 days, resistant to stem rot & WBPH

Haryana Basmati No.1

State

1991

40.0

For planting during 25th June to 15th July with assured irrigation

Semi dwarf, long slender grains, aromatic, photo-insensitve, maturity in 140 days, resistant to blast and WBPH  

Pearl millet

HS-1

State

1977

27.0

Rainfed conditions

Matures in 70 days, resistant to downey mildew, tolerant to drought

HC-4

National 1982

28.0

High input conditions

Matures in 85 days, resistant to downey mildew, high biomass yield

HHB 45

State

1983

31.0

Rainfed conditions

Matures in 75 days, susceptible to downey mildew, high yield potential

HHB 50

National 1987

32.5

High input conditions

Matures in 76-80 days, resistant to downey mildew, tolerant to drought, highly productive and responsive to inputs

HHB 60

State

1988

32.5

High input conditions

Matures in 74-76 days, resistant to downey mildew, drought and salt stress, highly productive and gives good quality fodder

HHB 67

National

1990

31.0

Early to late sowing

Matures in 60-62 days, resistant to downey mildew, drought and salt stress, extra early maturing wonder hybrid of world, fits well in inter and multiple cropping

HHB 68

State

1993

31.0

Early to late sowing

Matures in 62-65 days, resistant to downey mildew, tolerant to drought

HHB 94

State

2000

35.0

High input conditions

Matures in 74-78 days, resistant to downey mildew, tolerant to drought, highly synchronous

HHB 117

State

2004

34.0

High input conditions

Matures in 70-73 days, resistant to downey mildew, fairly tolerant to drought, first hybrid possessing stay green character at maturity

HHB 146

National

2003

37.5

For early planting

Matures in 75-80 days, resistant to downey mildew fairly tolerant to drought and salt, high grain and fodder productivity and is responsive to fertilizer

HC 10

State

2000

29

For irrigated and rain fed conditions

Matures in 75-80 days, resistant to downey mildew, multiple insect resistance and tolerant to diseases

HC 20

State

2001

31

For irrigated and rain fed conditions

Matures in 62-65 days, highly resistant to downey mildew, tolerant to drought

HHB 67 Improved

State

2005

31

Early to late sowing

Matures in 62-65 days, highly resistant to downey mildew, tolerant to drought, good grain and fodder quality, first hybrid involving male parent developed by Marker Assisted Selection and female improved by backcrossing

HHB 197

National

2007

35

Rainfed  as well as irrigated conditions

Matures in 68-72 days, highly resistant to downey mildew, tolerant to drought and bristled panicles

HHB 216

National 

(A 1 zone)

2010

35

Rainfed and restricted irrigated areas of Haryana, Rajasthan & Gujrat

Matures in 65-70 days, resistant to downey mildew, highly tolerant to drought, long golden bristle

HHB 223

National 

(A zone)

2010

36

Irrigated areas of Haryana, Punjab, Delhi, Rajasthan, Gujrat, UP  & MP

Matures in 70-75 days, resistant to downey mildew, tolerant to drought, long dark brown bristle

HHB 226

National

2011

44

Suitable for cultivation in Zone A1 of the country

High yield potential, resistant to downy mildew, brownish long bristles, stay green at maturity

Maize

HHM 1

State 2000

Kharif: 52.5-55 Rabi: 60-65

Kharif and rabi season

Early maturing, yellow dent grain, drought tolerant, single cross hybrid

HHM 2

State 2000

Kharif: 55

Rabi:  65-67.5

Rabi and kharif season

1st white shining flint grain, medium maturing single cross hybrid in the country

HM 4

National 2005

Kharif: 55-60 Rabi: 67.5-72.5

Rabi and kharif season

1st baby corn single cross hybrid in the country, attractive colour of grain and baby corn, baby corn yield 12.5 -15.0 q/ha in 50 days of sowing

HM 5

State 2005

Kharif: 60-65 Rabi: 70-75

Rabi and kharif season and suitable for intercropping

Very productive white dent maize hybrid, resistance to maydis leaf blight and rust, tolerant to frost/cold

HM 6

National 2003

Kharif: 55.0 Rabi: 68.0

Early maturing and low input conditions

Bold flint seed, productive single cross hybrid, resistance to maydis leaf blight and rust, tolerant to frost/cold

HQPM 1

National 2006

Kharif: 57.5- 62.5 Rabi: 65-70

Rabi and kharif seasons

First yellow grain, nutritionally superior QPM hybrid

HM 8

National 2007

Kharif: 60-65  Rabi: 75-85

Released for Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra,

Medium in maturity (90-95 days), single cross  hybrid, attractive orange & flint grains, resistant to Turcicum  leaf blight (TLB), sorghum downy mildew (SDM) and post flowering stock rot (PFSR), tolerant to frost/cold

HM 9

National 2007

Kharif: 55-60 & Rabi: 70-75

Released for Eastern UP, Bihar, WB, Orissa, Jharkhand, Chhatisgarh & MP

Medium maturing (85-90 days) single cross hybrid, bold, attractive orange and flint grains, resistant to Maydis leaf blight (MLB) and common rust, tolerant to frost/cold

HQPM 5

National 2007

Kharif: 60-65 Rabi:  67.5-72.5

Rabi and kharif seasons

 

Single cross quality protein maize hybrid, matures in 95-100 days, round and yellow grains, resistant to MLB, common rust, bended leaf and sheath blight and PFSR, tolerant to frost/cold

HM 10

National 2008

Rabi: 72-75

Released for  all maize growing states of the country during winter season

Yellow grain, resistant to rust and other diseases, resistant to Sesamia inferens

HQPM 7

National 2008

Kharif: 65.0

Released for Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra,

Recommended for late maturity, grain's appearance like normal maize (orange grain), resistant to MLB and stem borer

HM 11

National 2011

Kharif: 60-65 Rabi: 72.5-75

Suitable for rabi season, responsive to high dose of  nutrient

Semi dent, yellow grain single cross hybrid, high level of field resistance against major diseases and Chilo partellus

HQPM 4

National 2011

Kharif: 53.7

 

For kharif season

Maturity more than 95 days, orange grain, single cross hybrid, resistant to Maydis leaf blight, highly tolerant to stem borer

HSC 1

National 2011

120 (green cobs yield)

Suitable for kharif  season for Zone- I

 (Himachal Pradesh and Uttrakhand)

First public sector sweet corn single cross hybrid with light yellow grain  colour, high sugar content, maturity: 80-82 days, resistant to MLB and common rust 

PULSES

Chickpea

C-214 (1971)

State  

1976

17.0

Suitable for   
 un-irrigated areas

Brown seeded, tolerant to drought,  and frost, resistant to wilt

L-144

State

1976

15.0

Irrigated conditions

Very bold seeded Kabuli type, with selmon white with thin testa, excellent in cooking quality 

C-235 (1966)

State

1976

19.0

Suitable for irrigated areas

Yellowish brown small seeds, maturity 150 days, resistant to Ascochyta blight

H-355 (1977)

State

1978

20.0-22.0

Suitable for irrigated areas

Brownish yellow small seeded, a variety for wilt prone irrigated areas

H 208 (1977)

National (M.P)1978

20.0

Suitable for rainfed areas

Brownish yellow small seeds, tolerant to drought and wilt, being used as national check in coordinated varietal trials

Gaurav   (1984)

National

1985

22.0

Irrigated conditions

Bold seeded desi variety, large pods, Ascochyta blight  and wilt resistant

Gora Hisari

State

1989

20.0

Irrigated conditions

Kabuli, Medium seed size, good for culinary purposes, maturity in 155 days

HC-1

National

1990

22.0

Suitable for normal/ late sown conditions particularly after paddy and cotton

Early maturing (145 days), very attractive seeds  of medium size with a long beak, wilt resistant

(National check since its release for late sown conditions)

HC-3

(1999)

State

2000

20.0

Suitable for irrigated areas

Bold seeded, resistant to multi diseases

HK-1 (2001)

State  

2002

20.0

Suitable for irrigated areas

Medium size grain, resistant to wilt and root rot

HC-5

State

 2005

24.0

Suitable for irrigated/ rainfed areas under normal/late sown conditions

Erect, compact and tall plants, early vigour, stable resistant to wilt and root diseases,  suitable for specific adaptation to sugarcane-chickpea intercropping

HK-2

National

2005

22.0

Suitable for irrigated areas

Bold seeded, tolerant to wilt and root diseases

Fieldpea

Aparna

National

1988

25.0

For irrigated conditions

First dwarf, leafless variety in the country, non lodging, medium grain size, tolerant to powdery mildew

Uttara

National

1997

25-28

For irrigated conditions of North West Plain Zone and Northern  Hill Zone

Dwarf, leafless and erect variety, Round medium sized and creamish seed, non lodging, resistant to powdery mildew

Jayanti

State  

1998

27.5

Irrigated conditions

First dual purpose, dwarf, leafless variety, long pods, bold seeded, resistant to powdery mildew

Hariyal

(HFP 9907-B)

National

2007

22.0

Normal sown irrigated condition of North West Plain Zone

Tall, green seeded variety with long pods, disease and nematode resistant

HFP-9426

 State

2008

25.0

Irrigated conditions

Tall variety, shining green, bold and round seeded, resistant to powdery mildew, tolerant to rust

Lentil

Sapna

National

1991

15.0

Irrigated condition of NWPZ of the country.

Bold, flat and brown seeded, almost resistant to all the insect-pest and diseases

Garima

State  

1997

15.0

Irrigated and timely sown condition

Bold seeded, dark green leaves, fairly resistant to all the insect-pests and diseases prevalent in the state

HM-1 (2005)

State  

2006

16.0-17.5

For normal sown irrigated conditions

Small seeded, light green leaves, widely adapted and moderately resistant to diseases & insect pest

Pigeon pea

Manak

(H77-216)

State  

1985

18.0

Suitable for Arhar-Wheat rotation

First early maturing variety developed by HAU,  medium in height, semi-spreading and good yielder 

Paras

(H82-1)

State  

1998

20.0

Suitable for Arhar-Wheat rotation

Indeterminent in growth and semi-spreading type, early vigour, matures in 135-140 days

Mung bean

Asha

State  

1993

14.0

Kharif season

High yielding widely adaptable, resistant to Yellow Mosaic Virus

Muskan

(MH 96-1)

State

 2004

14.5

Kharif and spring seasons

Medium sized bright green seeds, highly resistant to Yellow Mosaic Virus with medium maturity

Satya

National

2008

16.0-17.5

Released for North West Plain Zone for kharif season

Tall growing, bright green seeds, matures in 70 days and disease resistant

Basanti

State  

2010

15.0-17.5

 

Kharif and spring seasons

Tall growing, matures in 65 days, resistant to yellow mosaic virus, possess high protein content

MH 421

 

State  

2011

12.5

Release for spring, summer & kharif cultivation

 Medium-dwarf, short duration (60 days), non-shattering, resistant to YMV

Urd bean

UH 04-06

 

State  

2011

11.0

Released for kharif season

 

Higher yielder than T-9 and Uttara, medium plant height, semi spreading and attractive seeds, highly resistant to yellow mosaic virus (YMV)

OILSEEDS

Toria

Sangam

State

1974

15-17.5

Timely sown

Late maturing ( 112 days), 44% oil content

TH-68

State

1990

15

Timely sown

Early maturing (95 days), small seeded, 44% oil content, suitable for toria-wheat rotation

Yellow Sarson

YSPb-24

State

1966

  9

Suitable for irrigated areas

Medium bold seeds, 46% oil content,150 days maturity

YSH-0401

National

2008

16-19

Suitable for timely sown irrigated areas

Wider adaptation and bold seeded, 115-120 days maturity, 45% oil content

Brown Sarson

BSH-1

State

1966

12.5

Suitable for rainfed areas

Medium plant height, bold seeds, 45% oil content, 136 days maturity

Indian Mustard

Parkash

State

1974

20

Late maturing

Tall growing with medium size seeds having 38% oil content, 150-155 days maturity

RH-30

State

1983

21

Rainfed and irrigated conditions, suitable for timely, late sown and intercropping

Bold seeded, matues in 135-140 days, 40% oil content. A milestone variety with wide adaptability

RH-8812

State

1996

22.5-25

Timely sown irrigated condition

Thick siliquae, bold seeded, 40% oil content, 142 -145 days maturity

RH-8113

National

1988

22.5-25

Timely sown irrigated condition

Disease tolerant, 150 days maturity, 40% oil content

RH-781

National

1990

18-20

Suitable for frost affected areas

Frost tolerant, 140 days maturity, 40% oil content

RH-819

National

1990

14

Suitable for rainfed areas

Medium sized seeds, 148 days maturity, 40% oil content

RH-9304

National

2002

24-26

Timely sown irrigated condition

Bold seeded, moderately thermo-tolerant, 130-135 days maturity, 40% oil content

RH-9801

National

2002

18-20

Suitable for late sown irrigated condition

Medium size seed, 125-130 days maturity, 40% oil content, non shattering

RH-0119

State

2009

18-20

For rainfed conditions

Bold seeded, non shattering, themo-tolerant, 148 days maturity

RB 24 (RB 9901)

National

2002

17.5-20

For rainfed conditions

First tetralocular variety, long main raceme (104 cm), more seed number (18-20/siliqua), 40% oil content, moderately resistant to white rust

RB 50

National

2009

18

For rainfed conditions

Long and bold siliquae, long main raceme (103 cm), bold seed size (5.7 g), more seed(18) per siliquae, 146 days maturity, 39% oil content

Taramira

T-27

State

1975

6

Suitable for rainfed areas

Drought, diseases and insect pest tolerant, 150 days maturity, 32% oil content

Groundnut

MH-1

State

1974

20

For sandy loam-loam soils with irrigations.

Tall bunch type, 120 days maturity

MH-2

State

1974

40

Suitable for irrigated conditions

Dwarf bunch type, 110 days maturity,

MH-4

State

1988

40

Suitable for irrigated conditions

Dwarf bunch type, 115 days maturity, 50% oil content

Til

HT-1

State

1978

 7

Rainfed conditions

White seeded, 77 days maturity, 49% oil content

Castor

CH-1

State

1978

18

Recommended for all kinds of soils

Dwarf, 110 days maturity, 49% oil content

Sunflower

Haryana  Surajmukhi-1

State

  -

20

For timely and late sowing

Uniform and early maturing (90 days) composite variety

HSFH-848

State

2005

22-25

For timely and late sowing in spring season

Early maturing hybrid (95-100 days), drooping heads, 40% oil content, tolerant to diseases

COTTON

Desi cotton varieties

DS-1

State 1985

18.6

Early sowing

Red plant body, several monopods at the base, medium broad leaves, 39% ginning & 17 mm fibre length

DS-5

State 1989

22.8

Early sowing

Green plant body, small flower size, less shedding of kapas, heavy plant, 40% ginning and 17.5 mm fibre length

HD 107

State 1996

26.0

Early sowing

Semi determinate, 2-3 monopods, green plant body, big oblong bolls, ginning per cent  38 and fibre length 18.6 mm

HD 123

State 2000

22.9

Early maturity suitable for cotton-wheat/ cotton-raya cropping system

Green plant body, petal white with red petal spot, small flower size, ginning per cent  39 and fibre length 14.7 mm

HD 324

State 2005

18.7

Normal sowing

Red plant body, semi determinate 3-4 monopods, higher ginning outturn (41.6%), fibre length 17.8 mm and tolerant to Fusarium wilt

HD 432

State 2009

21.5

Early sowing

Less shedding of kapas, lodging resistant, tolerant to Fusarium wilt, ginning per cent  39.3 and fibre length 21.2 mm

Desi cotton hybrid

AAH-1

National 1999

23.9

Early sowing

First GMS based hybrid, remains green up to 40-45 after sowing then foliage turns to blackish red and leaves  dark green, ginning per cent  38 and fibre length 19 mm

American cotton varieties

H 655C

State 1978

16.0

Early sowing

Tall, erect growing, big flower, good fibre quality, ginning per cent  33 and fibre length 27.4 mm

H 777

State 1978

22.7

Normal sowing

3-6 strong monopods, semi spreading, bolls medium in size and oblong with pointed tip, ginning per cent  34.6, fibre length 23 mm

H 974

State 1993

18.6

Late  sowing

Bushy plant, cup shaped medium broad leaves, ginning per cent  36 and fibre length 24.2 mm

HS 45

State 1988

19.5

Normal sowing

Tall growing, semi spreading, pointed medium sized bolls, suitable for normal sowing, ginning per cent  34, fibre length 24.1mm

HS-6

State 1991

23.5

Early sowing

Upright plant type with 2-3 strong monopods, hairy, medium size light green leaves, big round boll, CLCuV susceptible, ginning per cent  36.5 and fibre length 24.3 mm

H-1098

State 1997

19.4

Late sowing

Erect growth with 0-1 monopod, short internode, long sympods, plant remains green till maturity, CLCuV susceptible, ginning per cent  35.2 and fibre length 22.2 mm

H 1117

State 2002

19.2

Normal sowing

4-6 strong monopods, pointed round bolls tolerant to cotton leaf curl virus, ginning per cent  35.5 and fibre length 23.8 mm

H 1226

State 2006

23.9

Normal sowing

Medium upright spreading plant type, medium boll with hard rind, resistant to CLCuV, ginning per cent 33.7 and fibre length 24.5 mm

H 1098-I

State 2009

20.6

Late sowing

Resistant of CLCuV disease, big boll size, sympodial plant type and high ginning out turn (39%), short maturity duration, ginning per cent  39.6 and fibre length 24.8 mm

H 1236

State 2009

19.8

Normal sowing

Very good fibre quality parameters, resistant to CLCuV disease, big boll size, ginning per cent  37.8 and fibre length 27.2 mm  

American cotton hybrids

HHH 81

State 1996

24.7

Normal sowing

Upright plant, broad leaves, big oblong bolls with pointed apex, ginning per cent  35 and fibre length 26.8mm

HHH 223

State 2002

21.2

Normal sowing

Tall erect growing plant with 2-4 monopods, bolls medium round with pointed apex, resistant to CLCuV, ginning per cent 35 and fibre length 25.5 mm

HHH 287

State 2005

20.4

Normal sowing

First GMS based hybrid, big boll, close bearing, early maturity, good fibre quality, ginning per cent  34.2 and fibre length 27.8 mm

SUGARCANE

CoH 35

State

1992

800

Late maturity, suitable for summer planting

Very fast growing tall variety, soft cane, shy tillering and lodging susceptible hence could not make much headway inspite of being a low input variety

CoH 56

State

1995

750

Early maturity

High sugar content, non-lodging, good ratooner, susceptible to red rot and grassy shoot disease

CoH 92

State/ National

2000

650

Early maturity

High sugar, long, thick, soft, juicy cane, fast growing, shy tillering, tolerant to red rot, susceptible to root borer and wilt complex

CoH 99

State

1995

750

Mid early maturity, suitable for late planting

Suitable for abiotic stresses, synchronous tillering, dark green foliage, prone to lodging due to heavy cane top, tolerant to red rot and very good ratooner

CoH 110

State

2005

800

Late maturity

Good ratooner, tall, thick, solid cane with good juice quality, fast growing, tolerant to red rot

CoH 119

State

2005

National

 2006

850

Medium maturity

Good combination of cane yield & juice quality, tolerant to red rot, smut and frost, non-lodging, good ratooner, solid juicy cane, thick rind

FORAGE CROPS

Sorghum

Haryana Chari (JS 73/53)

National 1975

300

Suitable for single cut

Matures in 100 days, medium tall, medium bold creamy grains

Sweet Sudan Grass (SSG 59-3)

National 1977

750

Multi cut variety for irrigated conditions

Tall, sweet, profuse tillering, quick growth, capable of 3-4 cuttings

HC 136

National 1981

500

Multi cut variety for irrigated conditions

Matures in 140 days, tall, long and broad leaves, tolerant to foliar diseases, creamy bold seeds, sweet and has good palatability

HC 171

National 1981

400

For both summer and kharif season.

Matures in 110 days, sweet, tall, broad leaves, resistant to foliar disease, creamy seeds, mite immune

HC 260

National 1987

380

Earliest maturing (85-95 days)

Non-sweet, tall, juicy and suitable for karvi making, resistant to foliar diseases

HC 308

National 1995

530

Tolerant to drought

Tall, sweet, long and broad leaves, resistant to foliar disease, high seed yield, matures in 115 days, good protein yield and low HCN

HJ 513

State

2006

550

Suitable for single cut, early and late sown conditions

Very tall, non-sweet, resistant to foliar diseases, semi compact long and bold panicles

Cowpea

HFC 42-1

State 1975

National

1976

320

Timely sown

Erect, dark green foliage, suitable for mixed cropping, resistant to drought, susceptible to yellow mosaic virus

CS 88

State 1995

350

For summer and rainy season

Erect growth and early vigour, long and broad leaves, good for mixed cropping, resistant to yellow mosaic virus, tolerant to aphids and jassids, resistant to drought

HCP 46

 

State 2009

12.3 (grain)

Early maturing (70days)

Medium bold seeds with very attractive colour, high protein and low tannin, moderately resistant against major diseases

Guar

FS 277

National 1971

280

Timely sown

Erect, unbranched

HG 75

National 1981

18 (grain)

Timely sown

Branched, high yielding, bushy

HG 182

State 1981

17 (grain)

Timely sown

Branched, high yielding, pubescent little serrated

HFG 119

National 1981

320

Timely sown

Broad, dark green leaves, moderately resistant to diseases

HFG 156

National 1987

350

Timely sown

Tall, branched, tolerant  to diseases

HG 258

National 1987

18 (grain)

Timely sown

Branched, pubescent, smooth, short leaf margins, resistant to diseases

HG 365

State 1998

20 (grain)

Early and late sown

Branched, dwarf, serrated leaves, early and suitable for intensive cropping

HG 563

State 2004

20 (grain)

Early and late sown

High viscosity of gum

HG 870

State 2009

13.7 (grain)

Early maturing

Profuse branching, high viscosity of gum, tolerant to bacterial blight

HG 884

National 2010

22 (grain)

Early to medium in maturity (95-105 days)

Resistant to major diseases like bacterial & Alternaria blights and root rot

HG 2-20

National 2010

22-24 (grain)

Early maturing

Bold seeded, resistant to lodging, moderately resistant to major diseases

Oats

HFO 114

State  1974

600

Early sowing, with two cuts

Good tillering, synchronous flowering, tall and resistant to lodging, bold seed, tolerant to diseases

OS 6

National 1981

500

Early sowing, with two cuts

Early vigour, tall, broad leaves, light green colour, medium bold seeds, erect flag leaf at panicle emergence, tolerant to diseases

OS 7

State 1981

530

For single cut

Early vigour, tall, broad leaves and light green colour, medium bold seeds, tolerant to diseases

HJ 8

State 1997

650

For two cuts (1st at 55-60 DAS and 2nd at 50% flowering)

Fast growth; broad and light green leaves, tolerant to diseases, medium bold seeds

OS 346

Central Zone of India

2010

535

For single cut

Bold seeded, high per day productivity, better nutritional quality, highly resistant to leaf blight

Berseem

HB 1

State 2006

700

Timely sown irrigated condition

Multiple resistant against stem rot and root rot diseases, better in nutritional quality

Lucerne

T 9

State 1978

800

Timely sown

Vigorous, quick growing, foliage deep green, resistant to drought

Methi

HM 65

State 1997

12-15 (grain)

Timely sown, restricted irrigation conditions

Matures in 135 days, bold seeded yellow grains, leaves with green margins, slightly tolerant to powdery mildew

Senji

FOS 1

State 1976

190

Medium

Yellow flowered, disease free

HFWS 55

State 1997

280

Medium to late

Leafy, palatable and white flowered, disease free

MEDICINAL PLANTS

Isabgol

Haryana Isabgol

No. 5 (HI-5)

State 1989

Grain:10-12

Rabi season

Compact plant type, long and dense spikes, 140-145 days maturity, husk 30%

Mulhatti/Liquorice

Haryana Mulhatti No. 1(HM-1)

State 1989

Dry root: 60-75

 

2½ -3 years

Tall growing, dark green leaves, glycyrrhizic acid (6-7%)

Periwinkle/Sadabahar

Prabhat Selection-1

 

Haryana and Maharasht-ra states

2003

Dry root: 15-18; Dry leaves: 20-25

Good for light to medium soils

Dark purple stem, shining leaves, pink flowers, total alkaloid in dry roots-2%; In leaves-1%, Wide adaption, 8-10 months

 

AROMATIC PLANTS

Roshagrass/Palmarosa

Haryana  No. 49 (RH-49)

State 1989

Essential oil: 75-100 litre

Perennial crop

(3-4 years)

2 cuts/annum

Tall growing (more than 2 m), thick stemmed, broad leaved, long and condensed inflorescence, 0.4-0.5% oil content, more than 80% geraniol

UNDER-UTILIZED PLANTS

Guayule

Haryana Guayule

No. 8 (HG-8)

National  1991

Rubber:15-20

Grown under semi arid conditions, 1½  years

Highly vigorous, broad leaf, thick stem and 6-7% rubber content

 

Fababean

Vikrant

VH-82-1

 

National 1999

Grain:25-35

For restricted irrigated conditions under medium soils

Medium height (100 cm), small seeded, matures in 140-145 days, 20-25% protein content

Dhaincha

Haryana

Dhaincha No. 1

(DH-1)

National 2003

Grain:26

Green fodder-

250-300

Medium maturity for kharif and rabi planting

High nodulation, high nitrogen fixation, succulent and fast decomposition, 195 days (seed to seed); 45 days (green manuring)

 
 
Vegetable crops varieties Released/Identified

Crop/Varieties

Level/year  of release

Av. Yield

(q/ha)

Salient features

Tomato

HS-101

National 1977

250-275

Suitable for winter season, plant determinate, sturdy, multi-branched, fruits in clusters of 2-3, round, small to medium in size, red on ripening

HS-102

National 1977

250-275

Suitable for winter and summer season, plant determinate, fruit in clusters of 3-4, small to medium in size, uniform in ripening

Hisar Lalit

National 1992

250-300

Plants determinate, fruit maturity in 65-70 days after planting, av. fruit weight 50g, resistant to root knot nematodes

Hisar Arun

National 1990

275-300

Plant determinate, heavy bearer, early and high yielding

Hisar Lalima

AICVIP 1992

275-300

Plant determinate, extremely early medium large fruited

HS-110

State 1974

200-250

Plant determinate, potato leaf type, late, fruits large fleshy, suitable for table and processing

Hisar Gaurav

AICVIP1996

300-325

Plant determinate, high yield, large attractive fruits

H-24

AICVIP1997

200-225

Plant determinate, fruit medium size, attractive, tolerant to leaf curl virus

H-86

AICVIP1997

225-250

Plant determinate, fruit medium large size, attractive, tolerant to leaf curl virus

HTH-2-2 (Hybrid)

University 2003

325-365

The average yield of this hybrid is 22, 57, 67 and 43% higher than hybrids Rashmi, DTH-8, ARTH-3 and variety Hisar Arun (Sel-7), respectively

BRINJAL

PH-4

National 1976

250-300

Plant bushy, fruit medium long to long and thin, deep purple in color, flesh light green

BR-112

National 1976

250

Early, plants are bushy, fruits round with bright purple colour and fleshy

Hisar Shyamal

National 1991

300-325

Early, high yield, fruits round, bright, dark purple, tolerant to little leaf and bacterial wilt diseases

Hisar Pragati

State1991

AICVIP1993

325-350

Suitable for summer season, fruits long bright dark purple colored

Hisar Jamuni

AICVIP

 

260-280

Fruits oblong, dark bright purple color and high yielding

HLB-25

State 2001

200

Suitable for summer season, fruits medium long, slender and bright purple with tolerance and tendency to set fruits at high temperature

HLB-12

University 2001

350-375

Tolerant to high temperature and shoot & fruit borer

CHILLI

Hisar Shakti

State 1995

170-190

Fruits upright in clusters, pointed, thin, medium long, highly pungent, tolerant to leaf curl mosaic virus, fruit rot and powdery mildew

Hisar Vijay

State 1995

170-190

Early, fruit upright in clusters, thin, round at margin but with blackish tinge on fruit surface under low temperature, tolerance to leaf curl mosaic virus, fruit rot and powdery mildew

OKRA

Varsha Uphar

National 1992

90-100

Suitable for rainy season, plant medium tall, fruiting starts on third/fourth node, resistant to yellow vein mosaic (YVM) disease

Hisar Unnat

National 1996

100-110

Suitable for rainy season, fruiting starts on third/fourth node, resistant to YVM disease

Hisar Naveen

National 2006

110-120

Suitable for rainy season, high yielding variety, tolerant to YVM disease

HBH-142 (hybrid)

National 2006

135-150

Suitable for rainy season, high yielding hybrid, fruiting starts on third/fourth node, resistant to YVM disease

HRB 108-2

University 2001

110-120

Suitable for rainy season, high yielding variety, tolerant to YVM disease

CAULIFLOWER

Hisar-1

National 1976

250

Suitable for mid-late season, curds medium-large size and white in color

CARROT

Hisar Gairic

State 1991

300

Self-cored, high carotene, high yield, roots longer than Pusa Kesar

HCP-1

University 2001

277

Long, smooth, purple and self-core colour root variety gives higher yield. Its root to shoot ratio is 2.25. The variety will fulfill the demand of deep colour roots

HCB-1

University 2001

223

Black, long, smooth rooted variety, which is good for the preparation of juice, kanji, candy and coloured vine. Its root to shoot ratio is 2.1

RADISH

Hisar Sel-1

State 2001

300-325

High yield, roots medium long, smooth white, tender and mildly pungent with white shoulder and short tops. Its root: shoot ratio (1.70: 1) is higher than the check varieties (1.3:1)

PEAS

Hisar Harit

AICVIP

1993

80-100

Medium, double-podded variety, pods long green well filled

INDIAN BEAN

Hisar Kirti

State 1995

200-220

Early variety, pods flat, dark green in color with better shelf life

MUSK MELON

Hisar Saras

University 1991

80-100

Early, fruits round, green flesh, netted, tolerant to downy mildew

Hisar Madhur

University 1991

90-100

Early, fruits round, brownish yellow with stripes, tolerant to red pumpkin beetle

WATER MELON

HW-1

University 1990

275-300

Small, round, green stripe fruits, deep red flesh, suitable for kitchen garden, high TSS

Fuken

University 1990

325-350

Fruits round, thick skinned, red fleshed, 3-5kg fruits, good for transport, high TSS

LONG MELON

Kamal Selection

National 1981

90-100

A prolific bearer, fruits tender light green, long thin, flesh crisp with good flavor

INDIAN MELON

Hisar Tinda (HT-10)

State 1999

75-100

Early and high yielding, fruits round- medium sized, tender and tolerant to downy mildew and root rot

RIDGE GOURD

Hisar Kalitori

State 1995

80-100

Suitable for rain fed areas, early long thin and straight fruited variety, tolerant to powdery mildew

ONION

Hisar-2

National 1976

200-250

Bulbs bronze-red in color, flattish globular in shape, more pungent, better shelf life

Hisar Onion-3

State, AICRP

2009

320-350

Bulbs globular shaped, tight skinned with thin neck, high yield, less bolting, good storage life

Hisar Onion-4

University 2009

312-320

Bulbs globular and rose red in colour, less bolting (5.4%), high TSS (14.2%), dark green leaves

GARLIC

HG-17

State 2009

120-125

High yielding, good storage life, bulb weight is better than other varieties and has least incidence of purple blotch disease                                 

FENUGREEK

Hisar Sonali

National 1994

20-25

Quick growing, dual purpose and high yielding

Hisar Mukta

National 2005

23-26

Early, light green foliage, resistant to downy mildew, seed bold brown green

Hisar Suvarna

AICRPS

1997

18-20

Early, high yielding, resistant to Cercospora leaf spot

Hisar Madhavi

State 1999

20-25

Plants erect, green stern, foliage dark green, resistant to powdery mildew and tolerant to downy mildew

HM-219

National 2009

20-22

High yielding, resistance to powdery mildew

Hisar Manohar

State 2004

20-22

Foliage dark green, seed green in color resistant to downy and powdery mildew diseases

CORIANDER

Narnaul Selection

State 1978

15-20

Multi-branched, bold seeded, can give one leaf cutting in seed crop

Hisar Anand

National 1994

20-25

Mid-late, dual purpose, bold seeded, high yielding

Hisar Sugandh

AICRP 2001

18-20

Mid-season, high yielding with high oil content

Hisar Bhoomit

AICRP 2008

16-18

High green leaf yield, high oil content and resistant  to stem gall disease

Hisar Surbhi

AICRP 2006

18-20

High yield, high oil and tolerant to frost

DH 206

AICRP 2009

20

Dual type, high yielding resistant to powdery mildew

FENNEL

HF-33

AICRP 2001

20-22

High yielding

Horticulture and floriculture crops varieties Released

Crop/Varieties

Level/year  of release

Av. Yield

(q/ha)

Salient features

GUAVA

Hisar Safeda

State

1995

 

114 kg/plant, 31.25 t /ha

Widely adapted in whole Haryana, trees tall and vigorous, fruit round in shape, skin smooth shinning and yellowish white, flesh white and firm, seeds are soft and less in number, TSS high (12.5-13.0 Brix)

Hisar Surkha

State

1995

 

94 kg/plant, 25.0 t/ha

Widely adapted in whole Haryana, trees spreading and medium in size, fruit round in shape, skin light yellow in colour, flesh pink, TSS high (13.0-13.5 Brix)

MARIGOLD

Hisar Beauty

 

State

2008-09

40-50 flowers/plant

Suitable for landscaping, dwarf and compact plant, flower dark red, petals with yellow margin, flowering in 40-45 days with 45-55 days duration and flower diameter 5-6 cm

Hisar Jaffri-2

 

State

2008-09

 

70-80 flowers/plant

17.5-20.0 t/ha

Suitable for landscape and flower production, dwarf and compact plant, orange flower, flowering in 60-64 days with 60-70 days duration and flower diameter 4-5 cm