Learn about the top five advanced varieties of kathia wheat

By: Merikheti
Published on: 11-Nov-2023

This top advanced varieties of kathia wheat HD-4728 (Pusa Malvi), H.I. -8498 (Pusa Anmol), HI-8381 (Malav Shri), M.P.O.-1215 and M.P.O-1106 have the capacity to produce up to 6.28 tonnes in a short time. In addition, these advanced varieties have nutrients to fight various types of diseases in wheat.


In our country, farmers cultivate wheat on a large scale, from which farmers get more profits by selling them in the market. If you also want to get the best profits from wheat cultivation, then you can choose kathia species of wheat. Because this species has the ability to give bumper production of wheat. Kathia wheat in India is cultivated in about 25 lakh hectares of area. Kathia wheat has nutrients available to fight various types of diseases. In addition, kathia wheat is better for industrial use.


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In fact, quick digested dishes like - pizza, spagheti, sevee, noodles, vermicelli etc. are prepared from Semolina (semolina/rava) which is made from it. Due to high disease resistant capacity, there is a lot of demand in the market. In such a situation, today we have brought information about the top five advanced species of Kathia wheat for the farmers, which are cooked and ready in 100 to 120 days. Also, yields up to 6.28 tonnes per hectare.


Five advanced varieties of the following kathia wheat


HD 4728 (Pusa Malvi)

This species of kathia wheat becomes ready in 120 days. The grains of this species are large and bright. From Kathia HD-4728 (Pusa Malvi) species of wheat farmers can produce from 5.42 to 6.28 tonnes per hectare. This species is considered to be an anti -stem and a leave of leaf ocher disease.


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H.I. 8498 (Pusa Anmol)

Farmers can easily produce this species in areas of Bundelkhand in Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh. This species of Kathia wheat is rich in zinc and iron.


HI - 8381 (Malav Shri)

This species is sowed late. HI - 8381 (Malav Shri) species of wheat can achieve yield from 4.0 to 5.0 tonnes per hectare.


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M.P.O. 1215

With this species of wheat, farmers can achieve production from about 4.6 to 5.0 tonnes per hectare. The crop of this species is ready for harvesting in a period of 100 to 120 days.


MPO 1106

The M.P.O 1106 species of Kathia wheat becomes completely ready within about 113 days. This species also has the ability to give great yields in irrigated areas. This species of Kathia wheat is produced the most by the farmers of Central India.