Variety developed by IIVR

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Kashi Harittima

Suitable for sowing in Kharif season. High yielding and good pod quality (green, tender and parchment free). It is moderately resistant to Dolichos Yellow Mosaic Virus diseases under field condition. Moderately tolerant to jassid, aphid and pod borer under field condition

Kashi Nandini

Punjab, Uttaranchal, Jharkhand, Tamil Nadu, Kerala

This is an early maturing variety developed through pedigree selection from the cross P 1542 x VT-2-1. Plant height is 47-51 cm, first flower 32 days after sowing, bears 7-8 pods per plant. Pods are 8-9 cm long, attractive, length 8-9 cm, well filled with 8-9 seeds, shelling percentage 47-48; yield 110-120 q/ha. It is tolerant to leaf miner and pod borer. This has been released and notified during the XII meeting of Central Sub Committee on Crop Standard Notification and Release of Varieties for Horticultural Crops for the cultivation in J&K, H.P., Uttaranchal, Punjab, U.P., Jharkhand and Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Kerala.

Kashi Mukti

Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Jharkhand

It is an early maturing powdery mildew resistant variety developed through pedigree selection from the cross No. 7 x PM-5. Plant height is 50-53 cm and 50% plants bear flowers at 35-36 days after sowing. Pods are 8.5-9 cm long, attractive filled with 8-9 bold soft textured seeds, selling percentage 48-49 and yield 110-120 q/ha. This has been identified by Horticultural Seed Sub Committee and notified by XII meeting of Central Sub Committee on Crop Standard Notification and Release of varieties for Horticultural Crops for the cultivation in for the cultivation in U.P., Punjab, and Jharkhand.

Kashi Param

Uttaranchal, Madhya Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh

This variety has been developed through pure line selection. Plants are determinate (70 cm long) and leaves are dark green. Pod is fleshy, length 14.7cm, round, dark green, pod yield 120-140 q/ha. This has been released and notified during the XII meeting of Central Sub Committee on Crop Standard Notification and Release of Varieties for Horticultural Crops for the cultivation in J&K, H.P., Uttaranchal and M.P.

Kashi Sudha

Bihar, Andhra Pradesh, Orissa, Chattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Maharastra, Uttar Pradesh

Golden mosaic virus and Pseudocercospora cruenta tolerant, Identified for UP, Bihar, Jharkhand, Bihar, Andhra Pradesh, Orissa, Chattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh and Maharastra by AICRP-VC.

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