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With This Advanced Wheat Variety Farmers Can Produce 25-30 Quintals Per Acre

KJ Staff
KJ Staff

Farmers can get good yield as well as income if they have the seed of latest wheat variety, 'Kudrat-9'The special thing about this wheat is that the length of the plant of this variety is 85 cm. The plant of this new variety is small as compared to other varieties of wheat. Due to which it will not fall even in strong winds or hailstorms. This wheat variety has been developed by Prakash Raghuvanshi of Varanasi and was tested at Jawaharlal Nehru Agricultural University in Jabalpur. Due to its positive results, it has also been registered by the Government of India. The Government of India has named it Raghuvanshi. 

This variety of wheat is dwarf variety. The length of this wheat variety is about 90 cm and it gets ready in just 110 days. Moreover farmers can produce 25 to 30 quintals per acre. Also the grain of this variety is very thick and shiny. In view of its yield and quality, its demand has increased in many states. Farmers can sow the seeds from mid October to December. So far Prakash Singh has developed many varieties of paddy, wheat and pigeon peas for the farmers.

Land selection 

It can be sown easily in all types of soil, but it can be cultivated in loam soil. With the facility of drainage, its yield can also be obtained in Mattiar loam and black soil. The pH value of cultivated soil should be between 5 and 7.5. 

How to prepare the field 

For good germination of the seed, it is very important to have rough soil. After harvesting the Kharif crop, do the first plowing of the field with a soil-reversing plough. Due to this the remains and weeds of the Kharif crop gets buried in the soil.

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