Featured: Trait Combinations that Improve Rice Yield Under Drought: Sahbhagi Dhan and New Drought-Tolerant Varieties in South Asia
Drought is one of the most severe constraints reducing rice yield in rainfed environments. 'Sahbhagi Dhan' is a drought tolerant rice variety that was released in India in 2010 - and subsequently in Nepal and Bangladesh - and has performed well in rainfed farmers' fields. Anantha et al. conducted a study to understand the physiological drought response characteristics of Sahbhagi Dhan that contribute to its increased yield under drought. >>
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