|K-75||Ready to harvest in 120-125 days. Gives average yield of 5.6-6.4 qtl/acre.|
|DPL-62||Ready to harvest in 130-140 days. Gives average yield of 6-8 qtl/acre|
|KLS-218||Ready to harvest in 125-130 days. Gives average yield of 14-15 qtl/hctr|
|PL-08||Mod. Resistant to rust and wilt. Resistant to pod borer Maturesin135 days|
|HUL-57||Ready to harvest in 130-140 days. Gives average yield of 14 qtl/hctr. Resistant to rust & wilt, small seeded|
|WBL-77||Resistant to wilt and grey mould, matures in 117 days with15qtl/hctr yield|
|Shekhar-3||Moderately resistant to wilt and rust, matures in128days with avg yield of14qtls/hctr|
Lentils is one of the most important protein rich pulse crop. It is also called as “Masoor dal” in India, It is mostly eaten as Dal by splitting into 2 cotyledons, deep orange red or orange yellow in color. Whole grain is also used in various dishes. Lentil also provide a source of starch for textiles and printing. It is mixed with wheat flour in bread and cake production. India is the highest producer of lentil in the world.