Safflower is a multipurpose crop. It is said to be one of the most ancient of the cultivated oilseeds. The Safflower exporter in India exports tonnes of Safflower each year. This growing demand in the Safflower export from India may be due to the various uses and benefits of the crop. This is, therefore, a good opportunity for the Indian Safflower exporter to expand his business and enter the international market. The Safflower export includes the export of various varieties and qualities of Safflower to different countries.
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The Safflower import from India includes various varieties of Safflower including PBNS-40, AKS-207, and so on, and so forth. The safflower exporter in India exports premium quality Safflower to various parts of the world. Following are some major varieties included in the export of Safflower.
Released in the year 2007 in the releasing centre of MAU, Parbhani. The yield potential of this variety of safflower is around 1500kg/ha. The oil content in this variety is around 27%. The recommended states for growth include Madhya Pradesh. It is a non-spiny variety of Safflower.
The AKS-207 was released in 2007 in the releasing centre at PDKV, Akola. The yield potential of this variety of Safflower is around 1200-1400kg/ha. The oil content in the AKS-207 is around 27%. The recommended state for this variety is Maharashtra.
The NARI-38 was released in the releasing center at NARI, Phaltan in 2007. The yield potential for this variety of Safflower is around 2038kg/ha. The oil content in this variety is around 28%. This variety has been recommended to be grown all over India. NARI-38 variety is also resistant to wilt.
Released in 2009, in the releasing centre at MPKV, Solapur this variety of Safflower is around 1430kg/ha. The oil content in this variety is about 28%. This variety has been recommended to be grown in all of India. The SSF-658 is also tolerant to wilt and aphids.
The SSF-708 was released in 2012 at the releasing centre in MPAU, Solapur. The yield potential for this variety is around 1300-2200kg/ha. The oil content in this variety is around 29%. This variety has been recommended to be grown in Western Maharashtra. This variety is moderately tolerant of aphids.
Released in 2013, the yield potential of this variety of Safflower is around 2200-2500 kg/ha. This variety was released in the releasing centre at SRS, Oilseeds, PDKV, Akola. The oil content in this variety is around 33% and this variety has been recommended to be grown in the Vidarbha region of Maharashtra.
Released in 2015, this variety of Safflower is exported to different countries in the world from India. The NARI-57 has been recommended to be grown in various states including Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal, so on and so forth.
The NARI-H-23 was released in the year 2013 at the releasing centre at NARI, Phaltan. The states where this variety has been recommended to grow include Maharashtra, Karnataka, Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan, and many more. The variety is suited for Irrigated and assured rainfall.