AICRP on Forage Crops & Utilization

Annual Report (2014-15), Part II-Rabi 2014-15

 

 

CONTENTS
   
  Foreword
  Preface
...... Executive Summary
  AICRP on Forage Crops & Utilization State-wise Zones and Coordinated Centers and Testing Locations
  AICRP on Forage Crops & Utilization Entries Code with Name and Contributors Rabi-2014-15
    ......    
  CHAPTER-1: FORAGE CROP IMPROVEMENT  
1-62
         
  BERSEEM  
1-9
  1 IVTB :Initial Varietal Trial in Berseem  
1-7
  2 AVTB-2 : (SC) Second Advanced Varietal Trial in Berseem (SC)  
7-9
  3 AVTB-2 (SC) : (Seed) Second Advanced Varietal Trial in Berseem (SC) for Seed  
9
  OAT  
10-54
  4 IVTO (SC) : Initial Varietal Trial in Oat (SC)  
10-17
  5 AVTO (SC-1) : First Advanced Varietal Trial in Oat (SC)  
18-24
  6 Second Advanced Varietal Trial in Oat (SC)  
25-32
  7 Second Advanced Varietal Trial in Oat (SC) for Seed  
33
  8 IVTO (MC) : Initial Varietal Trial in Oat (MC)  
34-40
  9 AVTO-1 (MC) :First Advanced Varietal Trial in Oat (MC)  
41-45
  10 AVTO-2 (MC) : Second Advanced Varietal Trial in Oat (MC)  
46-48
  11 AVTO-2 (Seed) (MC) Second Advanced Varietal Trial in Oat (MC) for Seed  
48
  12 IVTO (Dual) Initial Varietal Trial in Oat (Dual)  
49-54
  LATHYRUS  
55-57
  13 IVTL Initial Varietal Trial in Lathyrus  
55-57
  LUCERNE  
58-62
  14 IVTL-2014 Initial Varietal Trial in Lucerne (Annual) -2014-15  
58-61
  15 VTL (P)-2013 Varietal Trial in Lucerne (Perennial)-II nd Year  
61-62
       
  CHAPTER-2: FORAGE CROP PRODUCTION  
63-114
       
  A. ON-GOING COORDINATED TRIALS    
  1 CS-12 AST-1 Effect of stubble management and INM on forage productivity in rice-oat cropping system  
63-65
  2 R-12-AST-1 Performance of dual purpose forage crops under different cutting management system  
66-74
  3 R-12-AST-2 Effect of weed management on forage seed yield of berseem (Trifolium alexandrinum L.)  
75-80
  4 R-12-AST-3 Effect of integrated nutrient management on yield and quality of oat  
81
  5 CS-13-AST-1 Study of different models for year round green fodder production under irrigated condition  
82
  6 PS-13-AST-2 Performance of perennial fodder sorghum (Sorghum bicolor cv. COFS29) as influenced by planting geometry and cutting intervals under irrigated conditions  
83-84
  7 PS-14-AST-3 Response of congo-signal grass (Brachiaria ruziziensis (var. DBRS 1) to planting geometry and N levels under variable soil moisture conditions  
85
  8 PS-14-AST-4 Studies on the effect of planting geometry of tall fescue grass and seed rates of white clover in wet temperate conditions  
85
  9 CS-13-AST-2 Evaluation of fodder crops under different rice fallow system  
85-86
  10 CS-13-AST-3 Evaluation of different varieties of grasspea (Lathyrus sativus L.) as forage crop under sowing methods in rice based cropping system  
87-88
  B. NEW COORDINATED TRIALS    
  11 R-14-AST-1 Studies on the production potential feasibility of annual rye grass with berseem in hill zone  
89-90
  C. LOCATION SPECIFIC TRIALS    
  12 PS-12-AST-2 Performance of bajra napier hybrid grass as influenced by micro-nutrients under irrigated conditions  
91
  13 R-12-AST-4 Effect of sowing time and Zn & thiourea spray on seed yield of dual purpose oat  
92
  14 R-13-AST-1 Yield potential of cereals with forage legumes under pure stand and mixtures  
93
  15 CS-14-AST-1 Studies on intensive fodder cropping system for yield maximization  
94
  16 PS-14-AST-2 Impact of Mg and B on nutrient uptake, quality and yield of Bajra Napier hybrid  
95
  17 CS-14-AST-2 Study of intensive annual fodder crop based cropping system  
96
  18 R-14-AST-2 Effect of Integrated Nutrient Management on yield and quality of oat  
97
  19 R-14-AST-3 Studies on the effect of additives on silage quality of different grasses  
98
  D. AVT-2 BASED AGRONOMY TRIALS    
  20 R-14-AST-4 Effect of Nitrogen levels on forage yield of promising entries of oat (AVT-2 SC)  
99-108
  21 R-14-AST-5 Effect of Nitrogen levels on forage yield of promising entries of oat (AVT-2 MC)  
109-110
  22 R-14-AST-6 Effect of P levels on forage yield of promising entries of berseem (AVT-2 SC)  
111-113
  E. MISCELLANEOUS TRIALS    
  23 PS-14-AST-1(Kharif) Effect of straw mulch on the water requirement, weeds and productivity of BN hybrid  
114
  24 PS-12-AST-3 (Kharif) Enhancing the production potential of various forage crops in coconut gardens through nutrient management  
114
  25 CS-13-AST-4 (Kharif) Residual effect of P applied to wheat on the succeeding summer fodders in sorghum-wheat-summer fodders cropping system  
114
       
  CHAPTER-3 : FORAGE CROP PROTECTION  
115-131
         
  1 PPT-1 Monitoring insect-pests and diseases associated with berseem, lucerne and oat eco system  
115-117
  2 PPT-2A Field screening of Rabi breeding materials for resistance to insect-pest and diseases  
117-121
  3 PPT-2B Evaluation of berseem entries for resistance to root and stem rot diseases under sick plot  
121-122
  4 PPT-12 Integrated disease management in white clover  
122
  5 PPT-17 To study pathogenic variability of Blumeria graminis (syn. Erysiphe gramins F. sp. Avenae on oats  
123
  6 PPT-18 Evaluation of entamopathogenic fungi on insect pests of lucerne  
124-127
  7 PPT-19 Management of soil borne diseases in clover seed crops  
128
  8 PPT-20 Management of soil borne and powdery mildew diseases in red clover seed crop  
128-129
  9 PPT-21 Management of foliar diseases of oat  
129-130
  10 PPT-22 Studies on biological management of Spodoptera litura in relation with different time of application on Lucerne under field condition  
130
  11 PPT-23 Biological control of Helicoverpa armigera on Lucerne/berseem seed crop  
130-131
       
  CHAPTER-4 : BREEDER SEED PRODUCTION  
132-134
       
  APPENDICES
   
  1 Appendix-I In House Breeding Activities  
A1 - A11
  2 Appendix-II Other Activities  
B1- B19
  3 Appendix-III Weather Report Rabi 2014-15  
C1- C13
  4 Appendix-IV Forage Crop Breeding Trials at a Glance  
D1
  5 Appendix-V Forage Crop Production Trials at a Glance  
D2
  6 Appendix-VI Forage Crop Protection Trials at a Glance  
D3
  7 Appendix-VII Directory of Scientific Staff  
E1 - E7