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Agri-technologies that has high market potential and RoI will be presented in this session which will provide a platform for entrepreneurs, SMEs and agri-companies to understand more about it and an ...

Agri-technologies that has high market potential and RoI will be presented in this session which will provide a platform for entrepreneurs, SMEs and agri-companies to understand more about it and an opportunity to start own venture through commercialization of the same.

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  • INDIAN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, NEW DELHI AgriBusiness Incubator Zonal Technology Management & Business Planning and Development unit (ZTM&BPD) Indian Agricultural Research Institute New Delhi
  • ZTM-BPD UnitINDIAN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, NEW DELHI Major Activities • Technology Commercialization • Entrepreneur Development Programmes • Business Incubation • Services in terms of Contract/ Collaborative/ Consultancy
  • Technology StrengthINDIAN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, NEW DELHI Biotechnological products Seeds and plant material Gene constructs, Events, Grains, Vegetable and other Diagnostic kits, Biofertilizers, crops Biocontrol agents PHT & value addition Farm implements & machinery Pusa hydrogel, Azadirachtin, Animal feed block, Dal mill, Pusa fruit drinks, Dried Aqua-ferti seed drill vegetables and fruits
  • Varieties and HybridsINDIAN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, NEW DELHI Field Crops Vegetable Crops Rabi : •Wheat (21) Open Pollinated & Hybrids •Chickpea (11) •Field Pea (4) •Tomato •Lentil (3) •Brinjal •Indian Mustard (14) •Early Cauliflower •Mid Cauliflower Kharif: •Carrot •Rice (9) •BottleGourd •Pearl-Millet (6) •BitterGourd •Maize (5) •Pumpkin •Pigeon pea (4) •Mungbean (4) Open-Pollinated: •Soybean (2) •Forage Sorghum (4) •Onion •Cotton (1) •Cow-pea
  • Biotechnological ProductsINDIAN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, NEW DELHI Gene Constructs and Vectors  Transgenic Events  Diagnostic Kits PCR based Elisa based
  • Gene Constructs, Promoters, VectorsINDIAN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, NEW DELHI Bt-cry1Ac-F (Patent No.237912) CODON- Bt-cry2Aa (Patent filed) MODIFED Bt-cry1Fa1 (Patent filed) Bt-GENES Bt-cry1Aabc Bt-cry1A-J  CaMV 35 S  Maize ubi  Potato ubi3 Promoters  Pigeonpea rbcS  Sucrose synthase  Cotton Boll-specific
  • FRUIT BORER RESISTANT TRANSGENIC BRINJALINDIAN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, NEW DELHI Event 142 Transgenic brinjal (cv. Pusa Purple Long) expressing Bt-Cry1F (Event 142). Fruit damage in Control lines varied from 43 - 47%. Fruit damage in transgenic lines ranged from 5 - 7%. Bt-brinjal seed has been licensed to five Private Companies under PPP Bt Normal
  • INDIAN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, NEW DELHI Technology for Introducing Virus resistance and its detection
  • Gene Construct for Tomato leaf curl virus S/S DNA Begomo VirusesINDIAN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, NEW DELHI Using rep gene sequences of Tomato leaf curl virus for broader coverage Transgenic developed for conferring Resistance to important viral diseases of Tomato
  • Gene constructs for Groundnut bud necrosis virus (GBNV) S/ S RNA Tospo VirusINDIAN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, NEW DELHI RNAi constructs Nucleo-capsid protein & RNAi suppressor gene have been targeted Developed Groundnut Transgenic conferring resistance to bud necrosis virus
  • Transformants through co-cultivation using T-rep gene of ToLCV and N gene of GBNV *INDIAN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, NEW DELHI *N gene construct of GBNV can also be used for developing Tospo virus resistance in Hot Pepper
  • Transformants through RNAi construct using sequences from rep and N gene of ToLCV and GBNV respectivelyINDIAN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, NEW DELHI
  • Diagnostic Kit for Detection of VirusesINDIAN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, NEW DELHI A. PCR based kit Reliable, sensitive and quick detection method Useful for production of clean planting material Effective for detection of: Citrus tristeza virus (CTV) Citrus yellow mosaic virus (CYMV) Indian citrus ringspot virus (ICRSV) M 1 2 3 Citrus greening bacterium ~1 kb ~600 bp CYMV (~ 1 kb) CTV (~ 650 bp) ICRSV (~300 bp) ~300 bp B. Pusa ELISA based kit Detects Groundnut bud necrosis virus (GBNV) infection in crude plant extract  Protein based  Rapid, reliable and amenable to large scale sampling  Versatile, could detect other natural infection  Sensitivity limit – 25 ng
  • INDIAN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, NEW DELHI Azadirachtin based Bio-pesticide
  • TECHNOLOGIES AVAILABLE FORINDIAN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, NEW DELHI Technical materials i) Azadirachtin-A concentrates (20-25%) ii) Azadirachtin-A enriched concentrates (40%, 60%) iii) Azadirachtin-A, B & H (90%) iv) Reduced azadirachtin concentrates (DAZA & TAZA) Formulations v) Heat, light and storage stable azadirachtin based neem products vi) Azadirachtin enriched Soluble and Emulsifiable Concentrates vii) Soluble and emulsifiable concentrates of reduced azadirachtins viii) Slow release formulations of azadirachtin/hydro azadirachtins (encapsulated and monolithic dispersions in polymeric matrix) ix) Neem based seed coats
  • azadirachtin-A based products with insect control properties • Process for preparation of aza-A based stable neem biopesticidesINDIAN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, NEW DELHI O MeO 2C O OH O O • Heat, light and storage stable O O • capable of stabilizing aza-A molecule OH AcO H OH several-folds MeO 2C O • Performance, stability and bio- Azadirachtin-A efficacy of azadirachtin is enhanced HYDRO- AZADIRACHTINS (Indian Patent application no. 1126/DEL/2003) O  It has increased shelf and residual life COOCH  It is as effective as azadirachtin at 20-50 3 OH C O OH O O H2/Cat O ppm concentration against aphids, jassids, O CH3COO H2/Cat CH3OOC H O OH fruit borer whitefly in okra, mustard, tomato and cauliflower Azadirachtin-A  Safe to beneficial non-target organisms like O O COOCH3 OH Coccinella septempunctata and Menochilus C COOCH3 OH C O OH O OH O O O O sexmaculatus O  Safe to humans and the environment O O O CH3COO CH3COO H OH H OH CH3OOC O (Toxicology data generared at ITRC CH3OOC O Tetrahydroazadirachtin-A Lucknow) Dihydroazadirachtin-A
  • INDIAN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, NEW DELHI Nano-Technology
  • Nano formulations of bioactive compounds Imidacloprid, Thiamethoxam β-Cyfluthrin, Carbofuran, Thiram and Azadirachtin-AINDIAN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, NEW DELHI Nano-formulation : A formulation consisting of monolithic matrix of Imidacloprid / Thiamethoxam / β-Cyfluthrin / Carbofuran / Thiram / Azadirachtin-A with polymers and encapsulated in polymeric micelles Products are safe to handle and cost effective Control Better plant growth through encapsulated compounds Nano-formulation O O 3 1 7 O 10 of imidacloprid MeO O 8 9 O n-1 CH2CH2OH 5 m OH Base Polymer O O 7 10 3 1 O MeO O 8 9 O CH2CH2OH n-1 5 O m y R R = H, OH y= 9, 11, 12 Micellar representation of the polymer Alkylated Polymer
  • INDIAN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, NEW DELHI Nutraceutical Products
  • Nutraceutical products  Anthocyanin concentrates from black carrot / jamunINDIAN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, NEW DELHI Anthocyanin enriched guava, grape and mango pana RTS Jamun Black carrot (Daucus carota) (Syzygium cumini) Novel bread with anthocyanin and carotene Salient features Anthocyanins are water soluble natural color extarcted from balck Anthocyanin concentrate carrot / jamun Antioxidant, Antimicrobial and anti-cancer activity improve immune systems Highly nutritious and long shelf life Anthocyanin – Guava nector Imparts health promoting capacity to the drinks Black carrot Provide high sensory appeal to product squash used in different food formulations, beverages (fruit drinks , alcoholic drinks), processed foods, jams, candy, probiotics, frozen foods like ice creams, yogurts imparts pink , purple color, Amla candy Aonla nutri Anthocyanins extracted from vegetables and fruits can be used in bakery) products (Biscuts, Bread)
  •  Oleoresin / capsaicinoid and capsanthin concentrate from chilliINDIAN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, NEW DELHI Capsicum annum Oleoresins, a mixture of oil and resin is used as food coloring / / flavoring Capsaicinoid, a group of pungent chemical found in capsicum Capsaicinoids exhibit anti-inflammatory activity Used as natural colorant in foods, salad dressing, seasoning, beverages, pickle and confectionery industry  Steviol glycoside from Stevia rebaudiana leaves Steviol glycoside is a sweetener compound extracted from Stevia rebaudiana leaves Steviol glycosides Mixture of steviosides and rebaudisoides powder 40 to 300 times sweeter than sucrose These compounds are free low calorie natural sweeteners Stevioside sweetened foods and beverages are useful for diabetic patients Increase immunity and maintain blood pressure capsicum-tomato Sauce
  • INDIAN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, NEW DELHI PUSA Hydrogel
  • PUSA HYDROGEL  An indigenous novel semi synthetic super-absorbent materialINDIAN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, NEW DELHI  Absorbs water 400 times and releases gradually  Helps in overcoming moisture stress  Low rates of soil application 1-3.0 kg ha-1 for nursery crops; 2.5-5.0 kg ha-1 for field crops  Stability in soil for a minimum period of one year  Licensed to five companies Other benefits  Improves physical properties of soils  Improves % seed germination & emergence rate  Improves root growth and density  Promotes dense flowering and fruiting/ tillering  Reduces nursery establishment period  Delays onset of permanent wilting point  Reduces leaching of herbicides/ fertilizers
  • INDIAN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, NEW DELHI PUSA Fruit Drinks
  • Bael Fruit Pulp (Juice)INDIAN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, NEW DELHI • Natural Colour • Natural flavour • No added sugar • Thermally processed • No Chemical Preservatives (Class-II) • Base product for making RTS drinks Nectars Fruit powder Toffee • Shelf life 1 year at LT • Good for GI disorders • Don’t keep at room temperature once opened •Use Immediately after opening for best results Net Profit margin: > 50%
  • Aonla PulpINDIAN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, NEW DELHI •Natural Colour •Natural flavour •No added sugar •Thermally processed • No Chemical Preservatives (Class-II) •Base product for making RTS drinks Nectars • Highly rich in Vitamin-C • Shelf life 1 year • Don’t keep at room temperature once opened •Use Immediately after opening for best results . Net Profit margin: > 50%
  • Whole Jamun Fruit Extract (Jamun Juice)INDIAN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, NEW DELHI • Natural Color • Natural flavor • No added sugar •Thermally processed •Base product for making RTS drinks Nectars •High Hypoglycemic activity • Shelf life 1 year • Don’t keep at room temperature once opened • Use Immediately after opening for best results •.Net Profit margin: > 50%
  • Pusa Fruit Drinks- RTS BeveragesINDIAN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, NEW DELHI Aonla Drink RTS beverage Thermally processed 10-12.5% Pulp No added color No added flavors No class-II Chem Preservatives Jamun Drink Rich in Vitamin C Meets > 50% RDA Shelf life: 6-8 months Net Profit margin:> 50% Bael Fruit Drink
  • INDIAN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, NEW DELHI Animal feed Block Making Machine
  • INDIAN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, NEW DELHIAnimal Feed Block Formation Machine
  • Animal feed Block Making MachineINDIAN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, NEW DELHI A machine for compaction of bio-materials  Produces high density feed blocks from roughage-based crop residues  Feed blocks can be supplemented with molasses, concentrates, minerals, salts, etc  Ease in handling of feed materials and saving of labour cost  Saving of storage space and transportation cost
  • Success story-1 Pusa-Basmati RiceINDIAN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, NEW DELHI 170 Time Duration Vs Yield 7 160 6 150 5 140 4 days 130 3 t/ha 120 2 110 1 100 0 Taraori Pusa Pusa Pusa RH 10 Basmati Basmati 1 Sugandh 2 (Hybrid)
  • Pusa Hybrid Rice Pusa RH 10INDIAN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, NEW DELHI The world’s finest superfine grain aromatic rice hybrid Proven technology to break yield plateau  Early hybrid with seed to seed maturity of 110-115 days Being early, saves 3 irrigations Improves productivity by 15-20% over high yielding varieties On farmer’s field it yields 7 t/ha
  • Commercialization of Pusa RH 10INDIAN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, NEW DELHI 1. IFSSA Assumed Multiplication Rate 2. Mahyco 3. Devgen 4. Advanta Breeder : Foundation : F-1 Seed 5. Zuari 6. JK Seeds 1 Kg : 100 Kg : 10000 Kg 7. Nath 8. Nuziveedu 9. Namdhari @ Rs. 80/Kg,10,000 Kg of F1 seed will 10. Amreshwara generate Rs. 8,00,000 11. Bhavani Seeds 12. Yashoda Seeds 13. Rasi Seeds 14. Aatash Seed Royalty (@ 4.5%) is Rs 36,000/Kg of Breeder 15. Indo-American seed 16. Ganga Kaveri 17. Geo Technologies 18. Nirmal seeds Royalty Earning from Pusa RH 10 for 2008-2009 is Rs. 73 lakhs
  • Impact of Pusa Varieties on Basmati Export from IndiaINDIAN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, NEW DELHI Pusa RH 10 PB1121 (2003) PB-1 (1989)
  • Success Story-II Wheat variety HD 2967 M/s Akash Seed  A variety for irrigated NWPZ and EWPZINDIAN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, NEW DELHI M/s Amar Seeds M/s Asian Seeds  Plant resistance against prevalent leaf rust and two most M/s Aujla Seeds M/s beejIndia Prod Co Ltd virulent races of yellow rust M/s Bhagati Seed Farm M/s Bhatinda Seed Farm  Better for chapati and bread making quality also M/s Bhatti Agri Seeds M/s Bhatti Seeds Farm M/s Bhawani Seeds Commercialization M/s Dhaliwal Seed Farms M/s Dhaliwal Seed Pvt. Ltd • 35 companies simultaneously M/s Dhan Nirankar Seed M/s Hans Modern Agri. Seeds • Areas of Haryana, Punjab, UP, Uttrakhand & M/s Harbir Agrotech M/s Haryana Seeds Co Chhattisgarh M/s Hygiene Kamboj Seed farm M/s ID Agri Seeds Pvt Ltd. • After 2 crop cycles: Certified seed for 6.4 lakh ha M/s Jaspreet Singh Gill M/s Kurukshetra Seeds Pvt Ltd M/s Mehla Seed Farm M/s Model Agritech India Ltd M/s Navodaya Seed M/s Nirankari Agri Seeds M/s Parbhat Seed Traders M/s Punjab Beej Co M/s Randhawa Seed Syndicate M/s Sahil Seeds M/s Sahu Seed Farm M/s Sandeep Seeds M/s Sandeep Seeds M/s Sandhu Seed Farm M/s Sekhon seed farm M/s Vignette Hi-tech Seeds Co
  • Success Story-I “beejIndia Producer Company Limited” A Farmers Producer Company underINDIAN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, NEW DELHI Companies Act 1956 Mission Utpadak se Udhyami • A company incubated at ZTMBPD-IARI for Formation, Development and Operation • Organized farmers from three clusters : UP ( Hapur and Bulandshahr) and Rajasthan (Chirawa) • Founding Members: 20 with 8 member Executive Board • IARI as Advisory Directors in the Executive Board • Initiated as Seed Venture from Rabi 2012  Area- ≈ 150 ha  Crops - Wheat, Pulses, Potato and other vegetable crops
  • INDIAN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, NEW DELHI Registered Office: ZTMBPD Unit, IARI, New Delhi beejIndia@gmail.com Branch Offices: Ghaziabad, Mr. Malook Singh Buland Shahar Mr. Pritam Singh Jhunjunu, Mr. Dharam Pal
  • Thank youINDIAN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, NEW DELHI www.iari-ztmbpd.org Itmu.iari@gmail.com itmup47@iari.res.in