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Brinjal varieties – Kisan Suvidha
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Brinjal varieties

brinjal varieties

Brinjal varieties

Various varieties of Brinjal are:-

1.Swarna Shree (2006, Gazette No.1422)

• Developed through pure line selection.
• Fruit: Creamy white, round to oval, soft and preferred for bharta preparation.
• Moderately resistant to bacterial wilt.
• Recommended for Bihar, Jharkhand and adjoining areas.
• Time of sowing: July-August.
• Spacing: 60 cm x 50 cm.
• Seed rate : 250-300 g/ha.
• Maturity: First harvest 55-60 days after planting.
• Average yield: 55-60 t/ha

 

2.Swarna Mani (2004, Gazette No.493)

• Developed through hybridisation followed by pedigree selection and back cross method.
• Fruit: Attractive, shiny purple, round in shape.
• Moderately resistant to bacterial wilt.
• Recommended for Bihar, Jharkhand and adjoining areas.
• Suitable for bacterial wilt prone areas.
• Time of sowing: July-August.
• Spacing: 60 cm x 50 cm.
• Seed rate: 250-300 g/ha.
• Maturity: First harvest 65-70 days after planting.
• Average yield: 60-65 t/ha.

 

3.Swarna Shyamli (2006, Gazette No.1422)

• Developed through pure line selection.
• Fruit: Medium size (250 g), round, attractive green colour with white stripes.
• Locally preferred for better quality.
• Resistant to bacterial wilt.
• Recommended for round the year cultivation in Jharkhand, Bihar and adjoining areas.
• Time of sowing: July-August and February- March.
• Spacing : 60 cm x 50 cm.
• Seed rate : 250-300 g/ha.
• Maturity: First harvest 35-40 days after planting.
• Average yield: 60-65 t/ha.

 

4.Swarna Pratibha (2004, Gazette No.493)

• Developed through pure line selection.
• Fruit: Medium size (250 g), and shiny purple colour.
• Resistant to bacterial wilt.
• Recommended for Bihar, Jharkhand and adjoining areas.
• Time of sowing: July-August.
• Spacing : 60 cm x 50 cm.
• Seed rate : 250-300 g/ha.
• Maturity: First harvest 55-60 days after planting.
• Average yield: 45-50 t/ha.

 

5.Swarna Shobha (2006, Gazette No.398)

• Developed through hybridization followed by pedigree selection.
• Fruit: Round, medium size, weight (300-350 g) and attractive milky white with a purple tinge.
• Tolerant to bacterial wilt disease under field condition.
• Recommended for Bihar and Jharkhand.
• Time of sowing: July-September
• Spacing : 60 cm x 50 cm.
• Seed rate : 250-300 g/ha.
• Maturity: First harvest 55-65 days after planting.
• Average yield: 50-60 t/ha

 

6.Swarna Abhilamb (2007, Gazette No.655)

• Developed through pure line selection.
• Fruit: Long (30-35 cm), weight (80-100g) and attractive purple, blue colour.
• Resistant to bacterial wilt and phomopsis blight disease under field condition.
• Recommended for Bihar and Jharkhand, Uttranchal, Himachal Pradesh and Jammu & Kashmir.
• Time of sowing: July-August.
• Spacing: 60 cm x 50 cm.
• Seed rate: 250-300 g/ha.
• Maturity: First harvest 55-60 days after planting.
• Average yield: 60-70 t/ha.

 

7.Swarna Shakti (F1) (2004, IVRC)

• Hybrid developed through heterosis breeding.
• Fruit: Oblong, medium length (15-17 cm), weight (250-300 g) and attractive shiny light purple colour.
• Resistant to phomopsis blight.
• Moderately resistant to bacterial wilt under field condition.
• Recommended for Bihar and Jharkhand.
• Time of sowing: July-September.
• Spacing: 60 cm x 50 cm.
• Seed rate: 150-200 g/ha.
• Maturity: First harvest 55-65 days after planting.
• Average yield: 70-75 t/ha. Swarna Mohit (F1) (2008 CVRC)

 

8.Swarna Mohit (F1) (2008 CVRC)

• Hybrid developed through heterosis breeding.
• Fruit: Oblong, medium length (10-15 cm), weight (100-150 g) and attractive light purple colour.
• Resistant to phomopsis blight.
• Moderately resistant to bacterial wilt and phomopsis blight under field condition.
• Recommended for Bihar and Jharkhand, Karnataka, Tamilnadu & Kerala.
• Time of sowing: July-September.
• Spacing: 60 cm x 50 cm.
• Seed rate: 150-200 g/ha.
• Maturity: First harvest 55-60 days after planting.
• Average yield: 65-75 t/ha

 

9.Swarna Ajay (F1) (2006, Gazette No.1422)

• Hybrid developed through heterosis breeding.
• Fruit: Oblong, medium length (10-12 cm), weight (100-120 g) and attractive light purple colour.
• Resistant to bacterial wilt and phomopsis blight.
• Recommended for Punjab, Uttranchal, Bihar, Jharkhand and Uttar Pradesh.
• Time of sowing: July-September and February-March.
• Spacing: 60 cm x 50 cm.
• Seed rate: 150-200 g/ha.
• Maturity: First harvest 50-55 days after planting.
• Average yield: 70-75 t/ha

 

10.Swarna Neelima (F1) (2008, Gazette No.999)

• Hybrid developed through heterosis breeding.
• Fruit: Round, medium length (10-12 cm), weight (200-250 g) and attractive light purple colour.
• Resistant to bacterial wilt and phomopsis blight.
• Recommended for Punjab, Uttranchal, Bihar, Jharkhand and Uttar Pradesh.
• Time of sowing: July-August.
• Spacing: 60 cm x 50 cm.
• Seed rate: 150-200 g/ha.
• Maturity: First harvest 55-65 days after planting.
• Average yield: 70-75 t/ha

 

11.HABR-21 (2013 CVRC)

• Developed through pure line selection.
• The plants are Intermediate in growth habit, with semi upright, stems and leaves are purple.
• Fruits are attractive with black colour and calyx is dark purple. Fruit length (18-20 cm), fruit breadth (7-8 cm), fruit weight (300-350 gm), and yield per plant (2-3 kg).The mean yield potential ranges from 55-60 t/ha.
• This variety has been identified for release during 31st AICRP group meeting held at CSKHPKV, Palampur from 2-5, May 2013 for Zone-IV.

 

Source-

  • Research Complex for Eastern Region

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