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Capsularis ( White jute)

SNO Name of Variety Year of Release Potential Yield (q/ha) Significant attributes Area recommended
1 JRC 7447 1971 28-30 Pods are non-shattering type, capable of utilizing higher dose of N2 fertilizer, suitable for mid-March to mid-April sowing Suitable for medium and upland of entire capsularis jute belt
(Shyamali)
2 JRC 4444 (Baldev) 1980 30-32 Pods are non-shattering type, optimum sowing time early- March to mid-April Suitable for Orissa
3 UPC 94 (Reshma) 1983 25-27 Pods are non-shattering type, suitable for late February to late March sowing. Suitable for medium and upland of entire capsularis jute belt
4 Hybrid C (Padma) 1983 25-28 Pods non-shattering type , suitable for late February to late March sowing. Capsularis jute belt, for low-lying flood prone areas of N. Bengal, Assam and Bihar
5 KC-1 (Joydev) 1992 26-33 Pods non-shattering type, suitable for early-March to mid-April sowing. Suitable for Orissa
6 KTC-1 (Rajendra Sada Pat-I) 1994 25-27 Pods non-shattering type, suitable for mid-April sowing in Bihar region Suitable for Bihar
7 JRC 698 1999 30-35 Pods non-shattering type, suitable for mid-March to mid-April sowing, fibre quality W2 grade having fineness with fairly good fibre tenacity. Suitable for low-lying flood prone areas of North Bengal, Assam and Bihar
8 Bidhan Pat-3 2000 25-27 Pods non-shattering type, photo-period insensitive optimum sowing time between early March to early July and harvested by 110 days after sowing suitable for paper pulp industry. Low lying flood prone areas of jute growing belt
9 Bidhan Pat-1 2001 13-14 Pods non-shattering type, photo-period insensitive optimum sowing time between early March to early August , can be harvested in 60-65 days Flood prone areas jute growing belt
10 Bidhan Pat-2 2001 20-23 Pods non-shattering type, photo-period insensitive optimum sowing time between early March to early July , can be harvesting in 90-110 days Flood prone areas of jute growing belt
11 JRC-80 (Mitali) 2005 30-35 Suitable for mid-March to early April sowing in both high and low land, can withstand drought at early stage of growth and water logging at later stage of growth. North Bengal, Assam and U.P.
12 JRC-532(Sashi) 2009 30-35 Pod non-shattering type, drought resistant at early stage of growth and tolerate water logging and mature in 110 days after sowing North Bengal, Assam, Bihar, Orissa, U.P.
13 JRC-517(Sidhartha) 2009 32-35 Pod non-shattering type, drought resistant at early stage of growth and tolerate water logging and mature in 120 days after sowing North Bengal, Assam, Bihar, Orissa, U.P.
14 RRPS-27-C-3 (Monalisa) 2009 34 Suitable for mid-March sowing, pod non-shattering type, resistant to premature flowering, better fibre quality, resistance to major pest and diseases West Bengal, Assam, Bihar and Orissa
15 NDC 2008 (Ankit) 2009 27 Suitable for mid-February to mid-March , better fibre quality, tolerant to drought and water logging, tolerant to major pest and diseases. Bihar, Orissa, Assam, W.B. , U.P.
16 JBC-5 (Arpita) 2010 28-30 Suitable for mid-March, pod non- shattering type, resistance to premature flowering, better fibre quality, resistance to major pest and diseases White jute growing belt of the country
17 KJC-7 (Shresthaa) 2011 28-30 Ideal time for sowing in early March to early April, 110-120 days fibre crop White jute growing belt of the country