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  • Grapes - Arka Shweta

    Arka Shweta

    This hybrid is a cross between Anab-e-Shahi and Thompson Seedless. The plant is moderately vigorous with a yield potential of 31 tons/ha and 28 kg/vine. Time required for harvest from pruning is 153-155 days. The bunches are well filled, weighing an average of 260 g, greenish yellow coloured, obovoid uniform seedless berries and average berry weight is 4.08 g, T.S.S. varies from 18-19 °B and acidity from 0.5-0.6 per cent. It is good for table purpose and has good export potential. It responds to gibberellic acid treatment for thinning as well as berry enlargement.

     

  • Grapes - Arka Chitra

    ArkaChitra

    This hybrid is a cross between Angur Kalan and Anab-e-Shahi selected. The plant is moderately vigorous with a yield potential is about 38 tons/ha and 34 kg/vine. Time required for harvest from pruning is 154-158 days. The bunches are well filled, weighing an average of 310 g, golden yellow with pink blush, slightly elongated and average berry weight is 3.18 g, T.S.S. varies from 20-21°B  and acidity from 0.4-0.6 per cent. Vines are prolific yielders with very attractive berries. It is good for table purpose. All the buds are fruitful and therefore no specific pruning is required. It is also suitable for head system of training and possible to take two crops in a year. This hybrid is tolerant to powdery mildew.

  • Grapes - ArkaTrishna

    ArkaTrishna

    This hybrid is a cross between Bangalore Blue and Convent Large Black. It is an improvement over Bangalore Blue cultivar. The plant is vigorous with a yield potential of 26 tons/ha and 23 kg/vine. Time required for harvest from pruning is 148 days. The bunches are well filled, weighing an average of 130 g, deep tan coloured, round to ovoid and average berry weight is 3.34 g. T.S.S. varies from 22-23 ° Brix and acidity from 0.3-0.4 per cent. Vines are good croppers. This hybrid is resistant anthracnose and tolerant to downy mildew diseases and good for wine. It is possible to take two crops in a year and it is also suitable for head system of training.

  • Grapes - Arka Neelamani

    Arka Neelamani

    This hybrid is a cross between Black Champa and Thompson seedless. The plant is vigorous with a yield potential of 28 tons/ha and 25 kg/vine. Time required for harvesting from pruning is 150-155 days. The bunches are well filled to slightly compact, weighing an average of 360 g, black, seedless and average berry weight is 3.2 g with crispy pulp. T.S.S. varies from 20-22 °B. It is possible to take two crops in a year and it is also suitable for head system of training. It is tolerant to anthracnose disease. It is very good for table and also for red dessert wine making.

  • Mango - Arka Aruna

    Arka Aruna

    Fruit weighs on an average about 500 g. Pulp is pale yellow in colour, free from fibre and spongy tissue. Pulp recovery is about 80%. TSS is around 20°Brix. Regular bearing, dwarf statured, suitable for backyard planting, and amenable for 5 x 5 m planting, a mid- season variety.

  • Mango - Arka Puneet

    Arka Puneet

    It is the progeny from the cross Alphonso x Banganapalli. It is a mid- season variety. Plants are vigorous and regular bearing. Fruit stalk is attached vertically. Fruits are elliptical and on ripening become yellow coloured with red blush. Pulp is firm, orange coloured and is free from fibre and spongy tissue. TSS is around 21°Brix. The pulp recovery is about 65-70%. Keeping quality is good.

  • Mango - Arka Neelkiran

    Arka Neelkiran

    It is the progeny from the cross Alphonso x Neelum. It is a late season variety, fruits come to harvest during last week of June. Tree is semi-vigorous in nature.Fruit is elliptic in shape, medium sized weighing on an average about 270-280g.Fruit stalk is inserted vertically.Fruits on ripening get golden yellow blush.Skin is smooth, medium thick. The pulp is deep yellow in colour and firm. It is free from fibre and spongy tissue.Pulp recovery is 70%. Keeping quality is good.

  • Mango - Arka Anmol

    Arka Anmol

    It is derived from the parentage Alphonso x JanardhanPasand. It is a semi-vigorous type, regular bearing and is amenable for high density planting. It is a late season variety, fruits coming to harvest during second to third week of June.Fruits are oblong in shape, medium sized, weighing on an average about 300-330g. Stalk is inserted vertically. Fruits on maturity will be dull green in colour, attaining uniform golden yellow colour on ripening. Skin is thin and smooth. Pulp is orange coloured, firm and free from fibre and spongy tissue with good sugar-acid blend. TSS is around 19° Brix. The pulp recovery is about 70-75%. Keeping quality is good.

  • BRINJAL - Arka Anand

    • It is a high yielding F1 hybrid with resistance to Bacterial wilt.
    • Suitable for Kharif and Rabi.
    • Avg fruit weight is 50-55 gm.
    • Yields 60-65 t/ha in 140-150 days.

  • BRINJAL - Arka Navneeth

    • A F1 hybrid between IIHR 22-1 and Supreme Green angular leaves. 
    • Large oval fruits with deep purple shining skin.
    • Calyx green, thick and fleshy. 
    • Average fruit weight 450gm. 
    • Free from bitter principles with very good cooking qualities. 
    • Duration 150-160 days.

    • An interspecific hybrid between Abelmoschus esculentus(IIHR20-31) x A.manihot spp. Tetraphyllus (Res. To YVMV) followed bybackcross Plants tall well branched. Fruits lush green, tender and long. Fruits borne in two flushes. Purple pigment present on both sides of the petal base. Green stem with purple shade. Fruits free from spines having 5-6 ridges, delicate aroma. Good keeping and cooking qualities. Resistant to Yellow vein mosaic virus Duration 130-135 days. Yield 20 t/ha.
    • This hybrid is a cross between Angur kalan and Anab-e-Shahi .
    • The plant is moderately vigorous.
    • On bower system of training at 3 m x 3 m planting distance, its yield potential is about 38 tons/ha and 34 kg/vine.
    • Time required for harvest from pruning is 154-158 days.
    • The bunches are well filled, weighing an average of 310 g/bunch, golden yellow with pink blush, slightly elongated and average berry weight is 3.18 g, T.S.S. varies from 20-21oBrix and acidity from 0.4-0.6 per cent. Vines are prolific yielders with very attractive berries. It is good for table purpose. All the buds are fruitful and therefore no specific pruning is required. It is also suitable for head system of training and possible to take two crops in a year. This hybrid is tolerant to powdery mildew and moderately susceptible to Anthracnose and Downy mildew. It was released in 1994.
    • Derivative of the cross Dingrass Multiple Purple X Arka Sheel through pedigree method.
    •  Tall & branched plants bearing long fruits in clusters. 
    •  Red purple glossy fruit skin with green calyx. 
    • Green leaves with purple leaf base and purple veins when young. 
    • Light purple green stem. 
    • Fruits tender with slow seed maturity with no bitter principles.
    •  Resistant to bacterial wilt. 
    •  Duration 150 days. Yield 45 t/ha.
    • Watermelon variety Arka Manik with triple disease resistance to anthracnose, powdery mildew can be successfully grown under sub-tropical conditions throughout the years breaking the seasonal barriers of watermelon cultivation and giving an economic returns Rs. 50-60 thousand per hectare in 110 days and reducing the yield losses by 50 to 60 per cent. An advanced generation derivative of modified back cross between IIHR 21 Crimson Sweet. Angular stem with light green deeply lobed foliage. Fruits oval with light green rind colour and grow to dark green stripes. Deep crimson flesh with granular texture, pleasant aroma, very sweet(TSS 12-15%) Average fruit weight 6 kg. Seeds small with dark brown specks on the testa. Triple resistant to powdery mildew, downey mildew and anthracnose. Duration 110-115 days. Yield 60 t/ha.
    • This hybrid is a cross between Black Champa and Thompson seedless.
    • The plant is vigorous.
    • On bower system of training at 3 m x 3 m planting distance, its yield potential is 28 tons/ha and 25 kg/vine.
    • Time required for harvesting from pruning is 150-155 days. The bunches are well filled to slightly compact, weighing an average of 360 g/bunch, black, seedless and average berry weight is 3.2 g. T.S.S. varies from 20-22oBrix and acidity from 0.6-0.7 per cent.
    • Vines are very productive.
    • All the buds on the cane are fruitful and therefore no specific pruning requirement. It is possible to take two crops in a year and it is also suitable for head system of training. It is tolerant to anthracnose disease. Quality is superior because of high sugar content and crispy pulp of berries. It is very good for table and also for red dessert wine making. Trials of this hybrid has been done in Nasik and Sangli areas of Maharashtra. It is performing very well in both the locations. It responds very well to GA treatment for berry elongation. This variety was released in the year 1992.
    • Derivative of the cross Dingrass Multiple Purple X Arka Sheel through pedigree method.
    • Tall & compact plants Bearing small fruits in clusters.
    • Violet blue glossy fruit skin with green purple calyx.
    • Dark green leaves with purple leaf base and purple veins when young.
    • Purple green stem Fruits tender with slow seed maturity with no bitter principles.
    • Resistant to bacterial wilt.
    • Duration 150 days. Yield 43 t/ha.
    • Derivative of the cross Dingrass Multiple Purple X Arka Sheel through pedigree method. 
    • Tall & compact plants Bearing medium long fruits in clusters, Blue black flossy fruit skin with green purple calyx. 
    • Dark green leaves with purple leaf base and purple veins, when young. 
    • Deep purple green stem. 
    • Fruits tender with slow seed maturity with no bitter principles. 
    • Resistant to bacterial wilt. 
    • Duration 150 days. Yield 48.5 t/ha.
    • Developed through pedigree selection from the cross U.D. 102 x IIHR-396. Bulbs uniform yellow. Medium size (5.2-6.0cm) bulbs with globe shape and thin neck. Mild pungent with TSS 11% and total sugar 9.81%. Tolerance to purple blotch, basal rot diseases and thrips. Long storage life (3 months). Suitable for export market Suitable for kharif and Rabi seasons. Duration 140 days. Yield 35 t/ha.
    • A pure line selection from an exotic collection from Taiwan (IIHR 13560) Light green, succulent stem and broad leaves.
    • First harvest in 25-30 days after sowing and 5-6 cuts in 90 days.
    • Moderately resistant to white rust under field conditions.
    • Yield 25-30 t/ha.