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Some Major Varieties of Arhar

Some Major Varieties of Arhar

लेखक - Lohit Baisla | 27/6/2020

Arhar is one of the major pulse crops cultivated in Kharif season. It is also known as Tuar Dal. Arhar is rich in protein, minerals, carbohydrates, iron, calcium. Before cultivating tur, it is necessary to know about some of its major varieties.

  • Pusa 2001: This variety was developed in the year 2006. This variety is suitable for cultivation in Kharif season. The crop starts ripening about 140 to 145 days after sowing. 8 quintal crop is obtained per acre of land.

  • Pusa 9 : It was developed in the year 2009. It can be sown in Kharif as well as Rabi season. It is one of the late maturing varieties. It takes 240 days earlier. The crop yield is 8 to 10 quintals per acre of land.

  • Pusa 992 : Brown colored, thick, round and shiny grain variety developed in the year 2005. It is ready to ripen in about 140 to 145 days. The crop yields 6.6 quintals per acre of land. It is mainly cultivated in Punjab , Haryana, Western Uttar Pradesh, Delhi and Rajasthan.

  • Narendra Arhar 2: July is the best month for sowing this variety. It is included in the late ripening varieties. It can be harvested both 240 - 250 after sowing. If it is cultivated per acre of field, about 12 to 13 quintal crop can be obtained. It is suitable for cultivation in Bihar and Uttar Pradesh.

  • Spring: It is mainly cultivated in Bihar, Jharkhand, Andhra Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh. The month of July is considered best for its sowing. It can be cultivated in Rabi season also. The crop yields up to 10-12 quintals per acre of land. The crop of this variety takes 250-260 days to mature.

Apart from these varieties Sharad, BR 265, Narendra Arhar 1, Malviya Arhar 13, Azad Arhar, ICPL 88039, Amar, ICPL 151, Paras, Upas 120, Type 21, UPAS 120, Cultivation of varieties like Manak, Pusa 2002, Pusa 991 etc. is also done prominently.

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