DIRECTORATE OF RESEARCH

MARATHWADA AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY

PARBHANI

Released Varieties/Hybrids

Cropwise varities released by MKV Parbhani



Year - 2009
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Year - 2011
Year - 2012




Sr.No.

Crop

Variety

Year of release/

Yield Q/ha.

Salient features/

Characteristics

1.

Sorghum

1. CSH-4

1973

35-40

High yielding, responsive to fertilizer's & irrigation.

   

2. CSH-7 R

1977

25-30

High yielding, responsive to fertilizer's & irrigation , tolerant to charcoal rot.

   

3. CSH-8 R

1977

25-30

--- do ---

   

4. SPV-297

1984

35-40

Tolerant to grain mould, shootfly & stemborer.

   

5. SPH-201

1984

30-35

Tolerant to charcoal rot and shootfly.

   

6. PVK-400

1991

35-40

Grain mould tolerant, high fodder yield.

   

7. HES-4

1992

20-30

Recommended for production of ethanol and syrup in addition to grain and fodder yield.

   

8. PVK-801

2000

35-40

Resistant to grain mould, lodging ,high crude protein & total digestible nutrients and high yielder.

   

9. PVK-809

(SPV-1474)

2002

32

Resistant to grain mold and high yielder in grain as well as fodder.

   

10.Parbhani

Moti (SPV-

1411)

2002

-

Bigger grain size and higher grain and fodder yield over Maldandi and CSV-14R.

 

2.

Bajra

1. ABH-251

(Devgiri)

1992

25-30

Resistant to downy mildew, drought tolerant, high yielding.

   

2. AIMP-

92901

1998

26-28

Resistant to downy mildew, bold, good quality grain, fertilizer responsive and matures in 78-83 days.

   

3. PPC-6

2003

 

High yielding for grain as well as fodder.

   

4.ABH- 1666

(Hybrid)

2004

 

Early and high yielding.

3.

Paddy

1. Tuljapur-1

1971-72

15-18

Early maturing, tolerant to drought.

   

2. Prabhavati

(PBN-1)

1984

30-35

Tolerant to iron chlorosis and scented grains.

   

3. Ambika

1989

22-35

Tolerant to drought, iron chlorosis and blast diseases, red husk.

   

4. Terna

(MAU- Sel-9)

1989

25-30

Tolerant to iron chlorosis and scented grains.

   

1. Sugandha

(PBNR 87-B)

1994

39-44

Non-shattering, scented with translucent grains, tolerant to iron chlorosis, resistant to blast.

   

2. Parag (PBNR

90-30-401

1996

40-42

Semi dwarf, tolerant to iron chlorosis fine scented grains.

   

3. PBNR 93-1

Parbhani

Avishkar

2003

-

High yielding over Sugandha and Parag.

4.

Wheat

1. Ajantha

1984

14

Rainfed, early maturity, excellent chapati quality.

   

2. Kailash

(PBN 141)

1989

25

Early (than HD-2189) and higher yield (20% over HD-2189 and 50% over Sonalika).

   

3.PBN-51

1994

45

Heat tolerant, high yield, resistant to brown rust, good for chapati.

5.

Maize

(Hybrid)

PMH-19

(Parbhani

Shakti)

2003

60

Early maturing and high yielding.

6.

Cotton

1. NHH-1

(Godavari)

1976

10-12

Resistant to sucking pests, longer staple (28-29 mm)

   

2. PA-32

(Eknath)

1980

10-12

High ginning 39-40% GOT spinnable up to 20s count.

   

3. NA-48

1983

7-8

Long Staple, Deshi (Rohini) cotton ginning 38-39%.

   

4. NHH-44

1983

12-15

Early maturity, tolerant to sucking, pests, wider adaptability and still ;it is ruling variety of the region.

   

5. NH-239

1984

10-12

Early maturity, erect open plant type.

   

6. PH-93

(Nagnath)

1989

18-20

High yielding, ginning 40% high adaptability.

   

7. NHB-12

1989

10-12

Extra long staple (31-32 mm) spinnability of 80s counts.

   

8. PA-141

(Namdeo)

1991

12-14

Superior, medium staple spinnable up to 25s count.

   

9. NHH-302

1991

14-16

Open compact plant type, suitable for high plant density, GOT 30%, staple length 26 mm.

   

10. PHA-46

1994

16-18

High yielding, long staple (28-29 mm)

   

11. PA-183

(Sawata)

1995

14-16

High yielder, long staple spinnable up to 35s.

   

12. NH-452

(Renuka)

1995

12-14

Open, semi erect, high GOT (41%), high yield, wider adaptability.

   

13. PA-255

(Turab)

1999

14-16

Early maturing, long staple, high yielding variety.

   

14. PHH-316

2000

15-16

High yielder, high ginner, longer staple.

   

15. NH-545

2001

   
   

16.PH-348

(Yamuna)

2003

 

Rainfed cotton, High yielding.

   

1. PA-402

(Vinayak)

2003

 

High yielding.

7.

Soybean

1. JS-335

1994

20-25

High yielding, early.

   

2. MAUS-2

(Pooja)

1995

30-35

High yielding, non-shattering, disease & pest resistant.

   

3. MAUS-1

(Aarti)

1996

25-30

High yielding, non shattering.

   

4. MAUS-32

(PRASAD)

1997

25-30

Non shattering, good, germinability, high yield, midlate, resistant to diseases & pests.

   

5. MAUS-47

PBN SONA

2000

20-25

Early maturing, suitable for double cropping, high yielding.

   

6. MAUS-61

2001

 

Resistant to rust mosaic virus, yield higher than JS-335.

   

7. MAUS-61-2

(Pratistha)

2002

24

Resistant to rust, leaf spot, Bud blight, Soybean mosaic virus, and resistant to shootfly/leaf eating caterpillar.

   

8. MAUS-71

(Samrudhi)

2002

 

Early maturing, and high yielding.

   

9. MAUS-81

2003

 

Early maturing and high yielding.

8.

Sunflower

1. LSH-1

1993

12-13

Downy mildew resistant, rainfed.

   

2. LSH-2

1993

18-20

Downy mildew resistant, rainfed.

   

3. LS-11

1999

20-25

High yielding having high oil content.

   

4. SCH-35

(Hybrid)

2003

 

Early high yielding.

9.

Groundnut

1. Girnar

1991

15-18

Early maturing, high yield and high shelling percentage, tolerant to diseases.

   

2. LGN-2

2000

18-20

High yielding, high shelling percentage.

   

2. LGN-1

to be released

2004

15-17

Early maturing, high yielding.

   

4. TLG-45

2004

 

High oil content.

10.

Safflower

1. Sharda

2. PBN-12

1991

--

16-18

--

High yielding, tolerant to drought. fusarium wilt and aphids.

11.

Mung

1. BM-4

1992

10-12

Medium green grain, downy mildew and powdery mildew resistant.

   

2. BPMR-145

2001

 

High yielding and bold grain.

12.

Urd

1. BDU-1

2001

 

High yielding and bold grain.

13.

Tur

1. BDN-1

1982

14-16

Red seeded, wilt resistant.

   

2. BDN-2

1982

14-16

White seeded, wilt resistant.

   

3. ICPL-87

1986

10-12

Bold seeded, early maturity (120 days), suitable for ratooning.

   

4. BND-7

1989

18-19

Red colour, recovery of dal 71-77% matures in 165 to 170 days.

   

5. BSMR-175

1992

12-14

White seeded, wilt and SM (Sterile mosaic) resistant, high yielding.

   

6. BSMR-736

1994

18-20

Red seeded wilt and SM resistant, high yielding.

   

7. BSMR-853

(Vaishali)

2001

 

High yielding.

   

8. #9; BDN-708

2004

16-20

High yielding and resistant to wilt and sterility mosaic.

14.

Gram

(Chickpea)

1. BDN-9-3

1982

10-12

Early wilt resistant, drought tolerant.

   

3. BDNG-797

2004

12-14

Early wilt resistant and high yielding.

15.

Pea

1. KPMR-10

1984

5-6

Tall and early.

16.

Marking Nut

1. Sel-3/4

2000

12 Kg/

Plant

Regular bearer, early type, bold flowers and fruits with high yield potential.

17.

Wood Apple

1. Ellora

1984

225-250 fruits/tree

Big sized fruits, 64% pulp content.

18.

Mango

1. Niranjan

1984

300-500 fruits/tree

Fruits harvested at Dasera & Diwali, sweet pulp, regular bearer, off season bearer.

   

2. Parbhani

Hapus

1995

4000 fruit/

tree

Regular bearer, free from spongy tissue and stone weevil, pleasant 200g/flavour, golden yellow attractive colour.

19.

Ber

1. Mukta

1993

1.5 q/

tree

High yielding, resistant to fruit fly and powdery mildew.

20.

Kagzi Lime

1. Pramalini

1984

345

High yielding and more % of juice in fruit cluster bearer, acidity 7.7%.

   

2. Vikram

1984

326

High acidity 7.5%, produces off season flower shoot, cluster bearing.

21.

Fig

1. Dinkar

1991

12 kg/

plant

High yielding with high TSS content big fruit size.

   

2. TP-7

2000

70-100 fruits/plant

High TSS, big size fruits

22.

Tamarind

1. Pratisthan

1984

3 qtls/

tree

Acid sweet taste, 60% pulp. 8% tartaric acid in pulp.

   

2. No.263

1984

6-10

qtls/

tree

High yielding, regular bearer, 16% tartaric acid in pulp

   

3. Yogeshwari

1990

3-4 q/

tree

High yield, regular bearer, 11.00% acidity, red pulp.

23.

Chilli

1. Parbhani

Tejas

1992

28

(Irri.)

18 q

(Rain fed/h)

Light green, long fruits (22 cm), high pungency.

24.

Tomato

1. ATH-1

1986

500-525

Tolerant to early blight, thick skinned. keeping quality 10-12 days.

   

2. ATV-1

1986

400-500

Thick skinned, fruits dark red.

   

3. ATV-2

(Devgiri)

1992

450-500

Tolerant to early blight, thick skinned.

   

4. Sel-14

(Parbhani

Yeshshree)

1999

600 qtls

Good storability, quality, tolerant to virus & blight, good taste.

   

5. Hy-28

2000

600 qtls

Good storability, tolerant for virus & blight.

25.

Brinjal

1. ABV-1

1987

250-300

High yielding, cluster fruiting habit, moderately resistant to little leaf, shoot & fruit borer.

26.

Bhendi

1. Parbhani

Kranti

1986

110-120

Resistant to YVM, dark, green slender (summer) and tender fruits.