UK scientists develop Rht13 variety of wheat.

By: MeriKheti
Published on: 20-Oct-2023

UK scientists have researched a special variety of wheat and named it Rht13. This variety of wheat gives bumper production even on low moisture land or dry land.

The biggest problem in farming is in dry land. Due to the lack of good rainfall, clouds of disappointment appear on the faces of the farmers. If the rains are not good then the hopes of the farmers turn into disappointment. Now in such a situation, UK scientists have done research and prepared a new variety of wheat. Bumper production can be achieved by cultivating this variety of wheat even on dry land. At the same time, scientists have named this variety of wheat Rht13. This variety of wheat will give excellent production even on low moisture land or dry land.

Rht13 crop length will be shorter than conventional wheat. Farmers will get immense benefits from this crop. The most important thing is that it will give excellent yield even in areas with less water.

Main features of Rht13 wheat

Rht13 wheat is sown deep inside the ground. This is an excellent producing species. It has the power to grow well in different types of soil and climate. Rht13 Wheat contains a gene known as Rht13. This gene helps the plant to produce more branches and more grains. Due to the Rht13 gene, Rht13 wheat gives higher production than conventional varieties.

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What are the benefits of Rht13 variety wheat to farmers?

Rht13 is beneficial for the farmers because Rht13 wheat gives about 20 percent more production than traditional varieties. Not only this, Rht13 wheat grows better in different types of soil and climatic conditions.

The Rht13 variety is also able to tolerate stormy weather

According to researchers, if wheat variety Rht13 is sown deep enough under the ground, it can benefit the farmers in many ways. It can withstand even storms. By cultivating it, farmers can get good profits with less labor.