|2||ICAR-IIHR developed new mango hybrid, Arka Suprabhath (H-14)||
ICAR-IIHR developed a new double cross hybrid between Amrapali (Dashehari x Neelam) x Arka Anmol (Alphonso x Janardhan Pasand).
|3||Solar Power Integrated Outdoor Mushroom Growing Unit||
The present technology relates to the production of oyster mushroom by using low cost Solar Power Integrated Outdoor Mushroom Growing Unit which can be at both rural and urban levels. Presently most of the growers are using permanent or semi permanent structures for growing these mushrooms.
|4||Mushroom value added products- A blend of tradition, nutrition and taste||
Arka Mushroom chutney powder
|5||Crossandra variety: Arka Chenna||
Flower of this variety is medium sized, 20 per cent bigger than the local. Petal colour is orange. Yield is 4 times higher than the local variety i.e., 40 kgs/ week per 1000 plants, The shelf life is 3.4 days. The stalk strength is 0.82kg/cm2 which is 20 per cent more than the local variety
|6||Garden Rose Variety, Arka Sinchana||
Arka Sinchana is highly floriferours everblooming floribunda rose identified for garden display. It is a seedling selection from half sib population of variety Five Star. Flowers are bright red in color (RHS colour chart Red Group-43-A) with flowers produced in bunches. Young leaves are bronze green in colour turning to deep green as the leaves mature. Flowers are small in size (5.4cm), and filled with multiple petals ranging 40-45/flower. On an average it produces 1250-1500 flowers/plant/year.
|7||Garden Rose Variety, Arka Sharmeeli||
Arka Sharmeeli is an ever blooming floriferous Hybrid T rose identified for garden display. Flower color changes from light pink to different shades of red from bud to different stages of blooming. Flowers are produced in bunches of 2-3 flowers at the tip of long stalks. It is a seedling selection from half sib population of IIHRR- 11 (IC-0617919).
|8||Garden Rose Variety, Arka Kinnari Arka Kinnari is an ever blooming floriferous||
Hybrid T rose identified for garden display . It produces bicolor flower consisting vermilion red shading towards orient pink. High centered buds with slow twisted opening makes it an attractive flower. Arka Kinnari is characterised by long stalk with cluster of flowers.
|9||Gladiolus variety, Arka Pratham||
It is developed through hybridization and selection from Junior prom x Arka Poonum. It is having attractive violet floret colour i.e., Purple Violet (82.A) having Purple (77.A) margin and Green White (157.C) line on lower lip, upright spikes and early flowering (58-65 days). This is suitable for cut flower and bedding purpose and the marketable spikes per corm were 1.59.
|10||Gladiolus variety, Arka Ranjini||
It is developed through hybridization and selection from Arka Poonum x Gold Medal – 412. It is having attractive floret colour i.e., Purple (78.A) middle, Red – Purple (72.A) margin with Green-Yellow (1.D) blotch, florets arranged in double rows, short spikes and early flowering (62-68 days). This is suitable for cut flower and bedding purpose and the marketable spikes per corm were 1. 82.