By cultivating these three best wheat varieties HD 3406 (Unnat HD 2967), HD-3385, HI 1634 (Pusa Ahilya) farmers can achieve production up to 74 quintals per hectare.
India, apart from being an agricultural country, is the second largest producer of wheat in the world. Also, in Haryana, UP, Madhya Pradesh and Punjab in India Cultivation of wheat It happens especially. Farmers in many states have also started sowing rabi season main crop wheat. If you are a farmer and looking for a variety of wheat, which can be grown for higher yield. In fact, in this article from Merikheti today, we will give you information about those three varieties of wheat, which you can cultivate to achieve a yield of up to 74 quintals per hectare. For your information, these three advanced varieties of wheat include HD 3406 (Advanced HD 2967), HD-3385, HI 1634 (Pusa Ahilya).
Wheat variety HD 3406 (improved HD 2967)
The excellent wheat variety HD 3406 (improved HD 2967) is produced in Haryana, Delhi, Rajasthan (except Kota and Udaipur Division), Punjab and West Uttar Pradesh (except Jhansi Division), Jammu and Kathua District, Una District of Jammu and Kashmir. And farmers in Himachal Pradesh’s Paonta Valley and Uttarakhand’s Terai can do it easily. Apart from this, the average production capacity of this variety is 54.73 quintals per hectare. At the same time, the maximum production capacity is up to 64.05 quintals per hectare. At the same time, improved wheat variety HD 3406 (improved HD 2967) is a rust resistant variety. In fact, it is resistant to foliar/brown rust and stripe/yellow rust. Also, it has excellent levels of resistance to wheat blight and cornel bunt.
Wheat of HD-3385 variety
HD-3385 variety of wheat developed by Indian Agricultural Research Institute, Pusa, Delhi, which matures in 123-147 days. The variety HD-3385 had an average yield of 62.1 quintal/ha and a maximum yield of 73.4 quintal/ha. HD-3385 is not susceptible to various diseases. In fact, this variety is resistant to stripe rust, leaf rust, cornel bunt, powdery mildew, wheat blight and flag smut. as well, This type of wheat Suitable for north west and north east plains.
Wheat varieties HI 1634 (Pusa Ahilya)/ and HI 1634 (Pusa Ahilya)
Wheat variety HI 1634 (Pusa Ahilya) was developed by Indian Agricultural Research Institute, Indore. Farmers in the central region of India, Gujarat, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan (Kota and Udaipur Division) and Uttar Pradesh (Jhansi Division) can easily cultivate this variety. But this variety is also produced in other states. If we talk about average production capacity, it is 51.6 quintal/ha. Whereas, the maximum production capacity is 70.6 quintal/ha.