Varieties developed
Wheat
JW 1201: It matures in 118 days, bold grain, good appearance and high protein content. It has resistant to rust and suitable for irrigated condition of Madhya Pradesh. Yield potential is 53 q ha-1.
new tapping device
MP 3269: A semi dwarf wheat released by SVRC in the month of December, 2010 for the farmers of MP under partially irrigated condition. Tolerant to drought and rusts Grains bold and sarbati. It has 42-45 q ha-1 yield under limited irrigation. Suitable for chapatti new tapping device
JW 3288: JW 3288: A aestivum wheat for Rainfed/Restricted irrigated condition of Central Zone. Bold grain, non lodging and non shattering Profuse tillering. Resistant to rust It has 45-47 q ha-1 yield under two irrigation new tapping device
Gram: JG-12: Desi chickpea variety. It is an early (105-115 days) brown and medium seed, semi spreading profuse branching, suitable for both irrigated and rainfed conditions of MP having yield potential of 20 q ha-1 new tapping device
Linseed : PKDL-41: It matures in 115-120 days. It has profuse secondary branching flowers and seed at top, chocolate seed colour and bold. Suitable for irrigated timely sown and late sown areas of Madhya Pradesh. Resistant to diseases and tolerant to bud fly. Yield potential is 15-17 q ha-1 new tapping device
JLS 66: It matures in 107-114 days, short in height with white flowers and seed are light brown in colour. Moderately resistant to powdery mildew, alternaria blight, rust and major insect pests. Oil content 40.5% and yield potential is 22 q ha-1 new tapping device
Oat : JO-61: It matures in 145-155 days. It has broad leaves with profuse tillering at the base owned spikelet. Tolerant to lodging and shattering. Recommended for both green and dry fodder. First cut is taken at 60-65 days. The yield potential of green fodder is 63-65 q ha-1 and dry yield is 110 q ha- new tapping device
Kodo Millet: JK-98: It matures in 104 days. Plants are 60 cm in height, erect, semi compact, dense ears, grain brown. Moderately resistant to head smut and resistant to shoot fly. Suitable for sole and intercropping. Yield potential is 25 q ha-1 under rainfed conditions of Madhya Pradesh. new tapping device
Kodo Millet:
DPS 9-1
It matures in 95-100 days. Plants are 60 cm in height, compact ears, and grain brown. Moderately tolerant to shoot fly and grain smut. Moderatly tolerant to drought. Yield potential is 27-30 q ha-1
new tapping device
Rice bean Fodder :
JRB J0 5 (Raj moong):
It is a rice bean variety and has been developed from selection of local material obtained from adjoining areas of Dindori. It is a semi erect variety with the green fodder yield of 280-310 q ha-1, 55-63 ha-1 DMY and 14.8 % crude protein. The seed yield is about 5-6 q/ha. This variety has been identified by CVRC in 2011. It is a potential crop variety for lean period.
new tapping device
Varities developed in 2013
new tapping device
Soybean-JS 20-29: Matures in 95 days, high yield (25-30 q ha-1). Multiple resistant for biotic stresses. Excellent germinability and longevity. Semi erect growth habit suitable for inter cropping. Soybean JS 20-34: Extra early variety (87 days). High yield (22-25 q ha-1). Multiple resistant variety, Most suitable for low and medium rain fall, light to medium soils, excellent germniability and longevity.

Wheat Varities in 2015

Wheat MP-1255: Matures in 119 days, high yielding (41-45q ha -1), lustrous bold seeded with multiple resistance. Rich in Iron, zinc and suitable for pasta making and export. new tapping device
Wheat MP 3382: Matures in 119days, high yielding (59.75 q ha -1), bold seeded, multiple resistanc and heat tolerant. Rich in Iron, zinc and protein and suitable for chapatti making. new tapping device
Rice JRB-1: Matures in 120-125 days, high yielding (56q ha-1), Bold seeded with multiple resistance to diseases and insect-pests.Tolerant to lodging coupled with high nitrogen use efficiency (150kg ha-1 RDN) despite this, low yield reduction in poor nitrogen supply. Suitable for poha making.This variety has also identified by CVRC in 2015. JRH-19 :Short duration matures in 95-100 days, high yielding (65-70 q ha-1), consumes less water and tolerant to diseases
JGK-5 :Matures in 100-110 days, high yielding (8-10q ha-1), Bold seeded like Kabuli channa with tolerant to diseases new tapping device
JK137 : Matures in 102-107 days, high yielding (29 q ha-1), Resistant to droughtand tolerant to diseases new tapping device
JS 20-69: Matures in 93-95 days, high yielding (25-28 q ha-1), Multiple Resistant to diseases. No shattering and lodging observed. new tapping device

Crop wise varieties developed by JNKVV and released during 2002-2015

Sr. No.

Crop

Varieties

Year of release

Varietal Release Agency

1

Soybean

JS 93-05

2002

Central

JS 95-60

2006

State

JS 97-52

2008

State/Central

JS 20-29

2013

Central

JS 20-34

2013

Central

JS 20-60

2015

State

Total

06

2

Rice

JR-503

2004

State

JRH-4

2006

State

JRH-5

2006

State

JRH-8

2008

State

JRH-19

2015

State

JRB-1

2015

State

Total

06

3

Sesame

TKG-306

2006

State

JT 11 (PKDS-11)

2005

JT 12 (PKDS-12)

2008

State

JT 14 (PKDS-14)

2008

State

TKG-308

2008

State

Total

05

4

Niger

JNC-6

2002

Central

JNC-9

2004

Central

JNC-1

2002

State

Total

03

5

Cotton

JKHy-3

2002

State

JK-5(23)

2006

State

JK-35

2006

State

Total

03

6

Kodo

J. Kodo 136

2002

State

J. Kodo 439

2002

State

DPS-48

2003

Central

J.Kodo-106

2008

State

J. Kodo -98

2010

State

DPS-91

2011

Central

JK-137

2015

State

Total

07

7

Kutki

JK-36

2008

State

Total

01

8

Urad

JU-86

2004

State

Total

01

9

Maize(Popcorn)

J.POP-11

2006

State

Maize

JM-421

2006

State

Total

02

10

Moong

TJM-3

2006

State

Total

01

11

Pigeonpea

JKM-189

2006

State

Total

01

12

Groundnut

JGN-23

2008

State

Total

01

13

Sorghum

JJ-1022

2004

State

Total

01

14

Fodder

Rice beanJ05-2

(Raj moong)

2011

Central

Total

01

15

Wheat

MP-4010

2003

Central

JW 1203

2008

Central

JW 1215

2009

Central

MP 3288

2010

Central

MP 3336

2012

Central

JW 1106

2002

State

JW-1142

2004

State

JW 3020

2004

State

JW-3173

2008

State

JW-3211

2008

State

JW-1202

2008

State

JW 1201

2010

State

JW 3269

2010

State

MP-3382

2015

State

MP 1255

2015

State

Total

15

16

Chickpea

JGK 1

2002

Central

JG 63

2004

State

JG 412

2004

State

JAKI 9218

2006

State

JG 226

2006

State

JG 2000-14

2008

State

JG 6

2008

State

JG 12

2010

State

Kabuli Chickpea

JKG 2

2006

State

JKG 19

2006

State

JKG-5

2015

State

Total

11

17

Linseed

JLS-67

2009

Central

JLS-73

2010

Central

JLS-41 PKDL 41

2010

State

JL-66

2010

State

Total

04

18

Barley

JB-15

2002

State

JB-58

2004

State

JB-1

2008

State

Total

03

19

Bajra

JBV-3

2002

State

JBV-4

2006

State

Total

02

20

Mustard

JM-2

2004

State

JM-3

2004

State

JMM 99

2008

Total

03

21

Gobi Sarson

J. Teri Uttam

2004

State

Total

01

22

Safflower

JSF-97

2004

State

JSF-99

2004

State

Total

02

23

Oat

JO-1

2004

State

JO-61

2010

State

JO 03-91

2009

Central

Total

03

24

Barseem

JB-5

2004

State

Total

01

25

Sugarcane

CO.JN- 86-600

2008

State

Total

01

26

Palma Rosa Grass

JR -68

2002

State

Total

01

27

Safed Musli

JSM 405

2005

State

Total

01

28

Tomato

Jawahar Tomato-99

2002

State

Total

01

29

Brinjal

Jawahar Brinjal-15

2002

State

Jawahar Brinjal-64

2002

State

Total

02

Grand Total

90


Impact:

  • Newly developed SOYBEAN VARIETIES JS 93-05, JS 97-52, JS 95-60, JS 95-60 covers more than 60 per cent of soybean acreage of the country.

  • The development of new varieties and matching production technologies resulted in the significant growth of soybean production in the country.

Vegetable Crops

Direct impact:

  • There is increase of 17.67 per cent in area and 21.80 per cent in production of vegetables between 2009–10 to 2013-14 due to dissemination of improved technology and seeds to the farmers.

  • M.P. is supplying pea to Mumbai during winter due to increase in area.

  • Increase in productivity of vegetables is meeting the challenges of food and nutritional security.

  • Increase in income of the farmers due to new improved varieties / hybrids and improved agro-techniques.

Socio-economic impact on users:

During the year 2007-2012 about 48480.4 kg of breeder seed of different vegetables has been produced by the Vishwa Vidyalaya and supplied to the State government and other agencies for multiplication for further distribution to the farmers resulting to marked increase in yield of vegetables. It has brought about improvement in socio economic status of the farmers.

 

AICRP ON SOYBEAN
Extra Early : JS 95-60, JS 20-34
Early duration : JS 20-98, JS 20-29, JS 93-05, JS 20-29
Late duration : JS 97-52
JS 20-98 (2017) Duration: Early 96-98 days
Yield: 25-28 q/ha
Features: It possesses high yielding potential under adverse and normal situations both. Multiple resistant against most dreadful diseases like Yellow Mosaic Virus and charcoal rot, including other important diseases viz., blights, bacterial pustules, leaf spots and insect-pests. It possesses excellent germinability and longevity. It is suitable for timely sowing, medium to high rainfall conditions and medium to heavy soils. Especially, it will be more suitable for YMV and Charcoal Rot prone areas. This variety will be very much suitable in regards to the sustainability of soybean production in Central Zone even in the incidence of abiotic and biotic stresses.
JS 20-69 (2016) Duration: Early variety matures in 94 days.
Yield: 25-28 q/ha
Features: JS 20-69 is an early, high yielding variety with multiple resistance against biotic stresses like yellow mosaic virus, charcoal, blights, bacterial pustules, leaf spots, stem fly, stem borers and defoliators. It possesses excellent germinability and longevity. Being an early genotype suitable for most of the soybean growing areas and for double cropping in rain fed situations. It has semi erect growth habit found suitable for intercropping.
JS 20-29 (2014) Duration: 93-95 days.
Yield: 25-30 q/ha
Features: Early variety with high yield potential. Multiple resistant for YMV and charcoal rot and resistant to tolerant for other diseases (blights, bacterial pustules, leaf spots) as well as insect- pests (stem fly, stem borers and defoliators). It possesses excellent germinability and longevity. Being an early variety suitable for double cropping in rain fed situations utilizing residual moisture
JS 20-34 (2014) Duration: Extra early 86-88 days .
Yield: 20-22 q/ha
Features: Extra early high yielding variety most suitable for low to medium rain fall, light to medium soils, uplands conditions, increasing cropping intensity and with erect growth habit suitable for intercropping. It has shown multiple resistance against major diseases like charcoal rot, Rhizoctonia aerial blight, bacterial pustules, Alternaria leaf spot, collar rot , pod blight and Indian bud blight and insect pests like stem fly, girdle beetle and defoliators. It possesses excellent germinability and longevity.
JS 97-52 (2008) Duration: 98-102 days
Yield : 20-22 q/ha
Features: It is a wide adaptable culture. It possesses excellent germinability, field emergence and longevity during storage, it has been rated as high yielding variety showing resistant against stem-fly, girdle beetle and defoliators. It is also tolerant to excessive moisture stress conditions. This variety has potential to provide high yields in varied ecoadaphic situations.
JS 95-60 (2006) Duration: Extra early 82-88 days
Yield: 18-20 q/ha
Features: Extra early, Four seeded pods, lanceolate leaves, resistant to lodging and shattering, resistant to major biotic stresses, suitable for intensive cropping, intercropping, low rainfall areas and upland conditions, where medium and late duration varieties suffer a lot. Under the intensive cropping sequence like soybean – potato – wheat and soybean
JS 93-05 (2002) Duration: 90-95 days
Yield: 20-22 q/ha
Features: Being an early variety it provides better chance for second crop after soybean in rain fed conditions. Due to earliness, erect and compact plant type, it is very much suitable for different inter-cropping combinations. This variety has well distinguishable characters like lanceolate leaves and four seeded pods. Resistant to lodging and shattering, resistant to major biotic stresses and abiotic stresses
JS 335 (1992) Duration: 95-100 days
Yield: 18-20 q/ha
Features: Wide adaptable and most popular, high germinability and longevity Resistant to girdle beetle & stem fly, tolerant to moisture stress.

 

  • At present, soybean has acquired first rank from third rank in the past among the major oilseed crops in India.
  • Soybean has evidenced the unprecedented annual growth (15-20 %).
  • In 1970-71, soybean area was only 32000 ha, production 14000 tones and productivity 426 kg/ha in India.
  • In the year 1970-71, Madhya Pradesh possessed very negligible area. i.e. 3000 ha, production of 1000 tones and productivity 460 kg/ha.
  • In 2015-16, soybean area reached to 109.7 lakh ha with production of 114.9 lakh tones in India.
  • In 2015-16, area reached about 54 lakh ha, production 57 lakh tones in Madhya Pradesh.
  • The enhancement in productivity has been realized more than 2.5 times in comparison to 1970’s level which is substantial.
  • Mono culturing of JS 335 has now been broken with the recent release of JNKVV varieties JS 93-05, JS 95-60, JS 97-52 JS 20-29, JS 20-34. JS 20-69 and JS 20-98.
  • Soybean Varieties of JNKVV are covering more than 90 % area of India.
  • At present, it contributes 47 % and 25 % towards the total oilseeds and edible oil production of the country.
  • Due to soybean, there is an increase in the cropping intensity and profitability per unit of land.
  • It has also revolutionized the Indian economy by raising standards of soybean farmers and earning valuable foreign exchange (Rs. 9000 crores) through exports of de-oiled cake.
  • In the phenomenal revolution of soybean farming in India, JNKVV has always been largest and substantial contributor. Jawaharlal Nehru Krishi Vishwa Vidyalaya, Jabalpur, is known as the “Bethlehem of Indian Soybean” and Madhya Pradesh as SOYA STATE.