Arpita: a new linseed cultivar for Odisha

  • B.S. Naik*, D. Mishra, D. Lenka and K.C. Sahoo Orissa University of Agriculture and Technology
Keywords: Arpita, linseed, oilseed, variety release

Abstract

A linseed cultivar ‘Arpita’ was released in Odisha for cultivation both under rainfed and utera (paira) cropping situations by the State Sub- Committee on Crop Standards, Notification and Release of Varieties for Agricultural Crops, Government of Odisha, Bhubaneswar in its meeting held on 05.12.2014. It matures in 104 days, yields 849 kg seed per hectare under rainfed condition and contains 35.67 per cent drying oil. It has yield advantage of 89.01 per cent, 11.22 per cent and 54.27 per cent over national check ‘Indira Alsi 32’, zonal check ‘Sharda’ and local check ‘OLC 10’, respectively. It is resistant to wilt and powdery mildew, and moderately resistant to bud fly.

Author Biography

B.S. Naik*, D. Mishra, D. Lenka and K.C. Sahoo, Orissa University of Agriculture and Technology

Department of Plant Breeding and Genetics

Professor

Published
27-03-2017
Section
Research Article