Scientist Vaibahv Breaking News – The county agronomist has prepared 20 new types of wheat

Agronomist Vaibhav Kumar Singh, Samvad News Agency.
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The district agronomist has prepared 20 new types of wheat
Fellowship of the Indian Society of Genetic and Plant Breeding (ISGPB)
Samvad news agency
Padrauna (Kushinagar). The agricultural scientist of the district has developed 20 new wheat varieties with disease resistance and high productivity according to the climate of the different regions of the country. For this scholarship, 2020 was received from the Indian Society of Genetic and Plant Breeding (ISGPB). A total of 11 agricultural scientists from the country received this scholarship.
Vaibhav, a resident of Sakhwania in the Kasaya tehsil area, is an agronomist (researcher) at the Indian Council of Agricultural Research in Delhi. He has developed 20 wheat varieties, including HD 3178 Pooja Vatsala, HI 8737 Pooja Anmol, HD 3226, HD 3271. Species HD 3226 and HD 3271 correspond to the climates of the East UP and West Bihar districts. After Vaibhav received the scholarship, he shared this information by interacting with the journalists online.
Vaibhav said the new species had high levels of immunity. This increases the yield and lowers the costs. He said the country’s population will be around 1.7 billion in 2050. A large supply of grain would be required at this time. This is the biggest problem facing agricultural scientists at the Indian Council of Agricultural Research. The second challenge is ongoing climate change. Research is ongoing to develop low-cost, short-shelf-life wheat varieties. It is also emphasized that the potential species should grow to the same extent in all regions of the country in different climates, soils and environments.
There is an atmosphere of joy in his home village when he learns that Vaibhav is getting fellowship. He completed his education up to middle school in 1999 at the Mahatma Gandhi Inter College in the village. B.Sc. in Agriculture from Gorakhpur University. MSc Chandrashekhar Azad Agricultural University and Pantnagar University received their PhDs and became agricultural scientists. Chandrabhushan Singh, Balwant Singh, Diwakar Rao, Ramashankar Mani Tripathi, Shailendra Singh, Sanjay Yadav, Zahid Ansari etc. have congratulated him on this achievement.

The district agronomist has prepared 20 new types of wheat

Fellowship of the Indian Society of Genetic and Plant Breeding (ISGPB)

Samvad news agency

Padrauna (Kushinagar). The agricultural scientist of the district has developed 20 new wheat varieties with disease resistance and high productivity according to the climate of the different regions of the country. For this scholarship, 2020 was received from the Indian Society of Genetic and Plant Breeding (ISGPB). A total of 11 agricultural scientists from the country received this scholarship.

Vaibhav, a resident of Sakhwania in the Kasaya tehsil area, is an agronomist (researcher) at the Indian Council of Agricultural Research in Delhi. He has developed 20 wheat varieties, including HD 3178 Pooja Vatsala, HI 8737 Pooja Anmol, HD 3226, HD 3271. Species HD 3226 and HD 3271 correspond to the climates of the East UP and West Bihar districts. After Vaibhav received the scholarship, he shared this information by interacting with the journalists online.

Vaibhav said the new species had high levels of immunity. This increases the yield and lowers the costs. He said the country’s population will be around 1.7 billion in 2050. A large supply of grain would be required at this time. This is the biggest problem facing agricultural scientists at the Indian Council of Agricultural Research. The second challenge is ongoing climate change. Research is ongoing to develop low-cost, short-shelf-life wheat varieties. It is also emphasized that the potential species should grow to the same extent in all regions of the country in different climates, soils and environments.

There is an atmosphere of joy in his home village when he learns that Vaibhav is getting fellowship. In 1999 he did his secondary education at the Mahatma Gandhi Inter College in the village. B.Sc. in Agriculture from Gorakhpur University. MSc Chandrashekhar Azad Agricultural University and Pantnagar University received their PhDs and became agricultural scientists. Chandrabhushan Singh, Balwant Singh, Diwakar Rao, Ramashankar Mani Tripathi, Shailendra Singh, Sanjay Yadav, Zahid Ansari etc. have congratulated him on this achievement.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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