This is supported by the fact that only a few countries have modern cultivars , so there is a need to collect lentil landraces and use them as a base to produce a new high yielding varieties.
What does HYV stand for?
HYV stands for High Yielding Varieties
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- Hawaii Youth Tobacco Survey
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- Hindu Yuva Vahini (youth group)
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- Honeysuckle Yellow Vein Mosaic Virus
- Harvard Youth Violence Prevention Center (Harvard University; Cambridge, MA)
- Hundred Years War
- Helsingin Yliopiston Ylioppilaskunta (Finland)
- House of Yin Yang (Hong Kong)
- Hizmet Yeri Yeterlilik Belgesi (Turkish)
- Helping You and Your Family (booklet; Australia)
- Habitable Zone
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The introduction of new high yielding varieties has generated hope among the farmers, as thousands of people are associated with the walnut trade in the state.
With high yielding varieties, we expect a higher adoption rate, particularly in areas where Ug99 is not yet causing immediate problems," Singh said.
We believe oilseed rape is the break crop for the future, and careful choice of high yielding varieties such as NK Grace, coupled with a managed input regime will help to maximise response and realise potential.
What sets Snowy apart from other high yielding varieties is that it has good tofu-making properties, making it more desirable for tofu producers.
Although, increased area contributed to increased production but significant increase in per acre yield was brought about by the development of high yielding varieties, improved agronomic practices supported with fertilizers and plant protection measures.