Research on rice varieties rich in zinc, iron and protein is being carried out at Indira Agricultural University, Raipur under a Government of India project for the last 15 years. In this sequence, the seeds of Chhattisgarh Zinc Rice 1, S One, Chhattisgarh Zinc Rice 2, Zincoris MS and Protazine Rice have been prepared by Indira Agricultural University, Raipur. These varieties of rice are rich in protein, zinc and iron. Today the demand for this rice is increasing not only in India but also abroad. All these types of rice have many properties.
Benefits of Zinc Rice Rice and Protozoa / Protazine Rice
Chhattisgarh Zinc Rice 1 The grains of rice are long and thick. It is perfect for making poha. Chhattisgarh Zinc Rice 1 crop is ready in 110 days. The production capacity of zinc rice is about 5 tonnes per hectare. Chhattisgarh Zinc Rice 1 is rich in zinc. There is no deficiency of zinc in the body of a person by consuming this rice. The grains of Chhattisgarh Zinc Rice 2 and Ginkgo Rice MS are medium and coarse. This variety is also a variety of Find Green which is rich in zinc content. These seeds can be cultivated in both Kharif and Ravi seasons. Zinc rice and protogenic rice look like normal rice and are cultivated. 4% more protein than normal rice.
Girish Chandel, Chancellor, Indira Gandhi Agricultural University said, “Chhattisgarh Zinc Rice 1, S One Chhattisgarh Zinc Rice 2, Zinc Rice 2 and Zincoris MS crops have been planted in various states. The Government of India has signed an agreement with SAARC for this purpose. Memorandum is also signed. These varieties of Chhattisgarh contain 1.5 times more zinc than normal rice. Also, the protein content of Protagon rice is 2 times higher than that of normal rice. The news of the specialty of this rice when When the International Research Rice Institute reached Nepal through propaganda in the Philippines, the farmers there showed great interest in growing the crop from this rice seed.
First rice will be tested in Nepal, then rice will be sent: Indira Gandhi Agricultural University Chancellor Girish Chandel said: Because the climate of the countries around India including Nepal and Bangladesh is almost similar to India. Also, their land type, air condition is similar to that of India. We want to see which of these varieties will produce better in Nepal. It will also be seen that if it is cultivated in Nepal, then the amount of zinc is not more or less there. After testing it, 1-2 of our varieties will be released there and it will be cultivated on a large scale.