List of varieties released from IGKV, Raipur
5 Indira sugandhit dhan-1
10 Indira sona (hybrid)
11 Karma mahsuri
13 Indira barani dhan-1
14 IGKVR 1 (Rajeshwari)
15 IGKVR 2 (Durgeshwari)
16 Indira aerobic 1
The aromatic IET 21842 (R 1536-136-1-17-1) identified as promising for different
states UttarPradesh,West Bengal, Assam and Chhattisgarh. This variety
possesses high yield, short bold grain withgood in quality exhibiting superior
• Low genetic variations for grain Fe levels were observed compared to that of
grain Zn contents. In screening of homozygous breeding lines, two rice lines
viz; R-RF-31 and R 1033-968-2-1 identified from the state and drought breeding
trails as High Zinc rice genotypes (> 27 ppm Zn). These genotypes are currently
in the pipeline of release of varieties, which will be useful in the drought prone
areas of eastern Indian state including CG.
• The eight different genes for gall midge resistance has been identified namely
Gm-1(Sarekha), Gm-2 (Sarekha), Gm-3 (RP 2068-18-3), Gm-4 (Abhaya), Gm-5
(RC 5984), Gm-7 (RP 2333-156), Gm-8 (Jhitpiti) and Gm-9 (Line 9). The national
identity number allotted is IC 296614.
Gall – midge Resistant Genes Registered by IGKV, Raipur
1.Rice gall Midge resistance gene GM-1 04003 IC 296614 Samridhi
2. Rice gall Midge resistance gene GM-2 04004 IC 296614 Surekha
3. Rice gall Midge resistance gene GM-3 04005 IC 296614 RP 2068-18-3-5
4. Rice gall Midge resistance gene GM-4 04006 IC 296614 Abhaya
5. Rice gall Midge resistance gene GM-5 04007 IC 296614 ARC 5984
6. Rice gall Midge resistance gene GM-6 04008 IC 296614 RP2333-156-8
7. Rice gall Midge resistance gene GM-7 04009 IC 296614 Jhitpiti
8. Rice gall Midge resistance gene GM-8 04010 IC 296614 Line 9
Crop Protection Entomology
• More than 50,000 rice entries were tested for the Raipur Gall midge and BPH
resistance and near about 3000 gall midge and 300 BPH resistant entries
were identified as potential donors for various International, National and
State level variety development programmes.
Insect resistant varieties were developed from Raipur are Asha,
Usha, Samridhi, Ruchi, Abhaya Kranti,
Bangoli-5, Mahamaya, Bamleswari, Danteswari Samleswari, Chandrahasni,
• During the last two decades 20 new Insecticide chemical molecules, two bio
and two botanical insecticides were tested and recommended against the major
insect pests of rice.
• Based on long term monitoring through light trap catches for different insect
pests of rice, major active period of the pest was identified.
Third week of Sept.
to last week of Oct is identified as the period of peak activity for most of the
pests. In light trap monitoring studies the timings of 6.30 PM to 10.00 PM is
identified as ideal time for operating this instrument by receiving maximum
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