The green gram, also known as Mung Bean is basically a plant species in the legume family. The green gram exporter in India exports tonnes of green gram abroad every year. The popularity of green gram has been growing in the world. This may be a reason why green gram export from India has also been growing rapidly. This is a good time for the Indian Green Gram exporter to enter the international marketplace. The green gram export includes the export of various varieties of green gram.
|Nutrients||Calories - 347 calories
Total Carbohydrate 63 g
Dietary fiber 16 g
The Green Gram import from India includes various varieties of green grams including CO 1, ADT 1, JGG 1 so on, and so forth. The mung bean exporter in India exports premium quality products keeping health and safety regulations in mind. Here are the major varieties of Green Gram included in the export of green gram.
Released in 1952, CO 1 is a variety of Green Gram exported from India. It is a pure-line selection from Coimbatore local. The duration required to mature is 135 days. The grain yield is around 750 kg/ha. This variety is suitable for rainfed.
The ADT is a variety of green gram released in 1966. It is a pure line selection from Aduthurai local. The time taken for this variety of green gram to mature is around 80 days. The rainfed grain yield of this variety is around 500 kg/ha. This variety is suitable for rice fallow.
Released in 1972, this variety of green gram is a selection from Jayankondam local. The JGG 1 variety of green gram. The time required for this variety to mature is about 65 days. The grain yield of JGG 1 is around 625 kg/ha. This variety is said to be tolerant to drought.
The KM 1 is a variety of green gram exported from India to many countries in the world. It was released in 1978. It is said to be produced from the cross of S.8 and PS 16. The time required for this variety to mature is about 65-70 days. The grain yield of this variety is around 708kg/ha.
The KM 2 is a variety of green gram released in the year 1978. The rainfed grain yield of this variety of green gram is about 767kg/ha. This variety of green gram is said to be tolerant to YMV and is a pod borer.
Released in 1988, the Paiyur1 variety of green gram is a pure line selection form DPT 703. The time taken for this variety of green gram to mature is about 85-90 days. The grain yield of this variety is around 700kg/ha. There is a low incidence of YMV for this variety and it is well suited for rainfed tracts of Dharmapuri, Madurai, Ramnad, Tirunelveli and Periyar Districts.
The Vamban 1 variety of green gram is a Hybrid derivative of (S.8 x PIMS 3). This variety was released in 1989. The time required for this variety to mature in around 65-70 days. The grain yield of Vamban 1 is around 800 kg/ha. It is said to be tolerant of YMV.
This variety is a cross between VGG 4 and MH 309. It was released in 2001. This variety of green gram matures after around 65-70 days. The rainfed grain yield for this variety is 750kg/ha. The grains are shiny while the leaves are lobed and resistant to YMV.