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Tulasi seeds profile

  1. 1. TULASI SEEDS (P) LTDFastest Growing Cotton Seed Company in the Country
  2. 2. PROMOTER• Tulasi Ramachandra Prabhu• Chairman, Tulasi Group• A Mechanical Engineer from prestigious Indian Institute of Technology, Madras• Tulasi group has thirteen companies• Group’s annual turnover is around IRS 3000 Millions
  3. 3. AWARDS Blank graphic object1
  4. 4. HELPING POOR
  5. 5. DIRECTORS• T R Prabhu Chairman• T Yogish Chandra MD• T Krishna Chaitanya Director• T Aruna Director• Dr P Chandrasekhar E D
  6. 6. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR• Dr P CHANDRASEKHAR, M Sc (Ag), Ph D• A Doctorate in Agriculture (Genetics & Plant Breeding) with specialization in Plant Biotechnology• Total 15 years experience in Seed Research.• Participated in the Project on “DNA Fingerprinting of Cotton hybrids” at the Nuclear Agriculture & Biotechnology Division, BARC (Bhabha Atomic Research Centre), Mumbai.• Worked under Dr.Raj K Bhatnagar (Senior Scientist, Insect Resistance Group, International Centre for Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology, New Delhi & Dr.V.Siva Reddy (Senior Scientist, Plant Transformation Group, ICGEB) and actively involved in the development of Bt Transgenic cotton hybrids.
  7. 7. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR• Worked in plant Biotechnology section (R&D Division), Maharashtra State Seeds Corp, Akola for eight years (10.01.1995 to 01.01.2003) as Manager (Biotechnology) and looked after all Research & Production activities of Plant Biotechnology section.• Worked under the guidance of Dr.V.S.R. Anjaneyulu, Principal Breeder for cotton Breeding Programme.• Working in Tulasi Seeds (P)Ltd. Since 6th January 2003 as Executive Director and looking after all the Research activities of Plant Breeding & Biotechnology, Quality Control, Seed Production, Processing, Regulatory approvals, Marketing and administrative activities of the company.
  8. 8. TULASI GROUP OF COMPANIESTulasi Seeds (P) LtdChaitanya Packagings (P)LtdCoastal PackagingsTulasi Filing SystemsTulasi Digital StudioTulasi Technosoft (P) LtdTulasi Ram Chits (P) LtdTulasi Cotton Industries (P) LtdImpec Soft Solutions (P) LtdChandra TransportVamsy Trade LinksTulasi Townships (P) LtdDiehard Dies (P) Ltd
  9. 9. TULASI SEEDS (P) LTDWAS ESTABLISHED ON 15th MAY 1992
  10. 10. KEY MILE STONES• Company incorporated in 1992• Tulasi – 4 hybrid entered in market in 2000• R & D recognized by DSIR, Govt of India in 2003• Received ISO Certification in 2003• Sublicensing agreement with MMB in 2003• National award received in 2005• Tulasi Bollgard cotton hybrid commercialized in 2006• Tulasi BG II hybrids commercialized in 2008• Collaboration with Monsanto for RRF technology in 2010• Collaboration with CIMMYT, Mexico for Corn hybrids in 2010
  11. 11. PRINCIPAL BREEDER• Mr. V S R Anjaneyulu (1922 to 2008)• A Post Graduate from prestigious Banaras Hindu University.• 60 years experience in cotton breeding• He was the Principal Breeder and advisor for Tulasi cotton breeding program from 1990 to 2008
  12. 12. TULASICORPORATE OFFICE
  13. 13. PROMISING TULASI HYBRIDS• Tulasi - 4 BG II• Tulasi - 45 BG II• Sainik BG II• Bhaskar BG II• Taakath BG II• Lambuji BG II• Prachand Bhaskar BG II• Tulasi Vahini BG II• Namaskar BG II• Maha Tulasi BG II
  14. 14. TULASI BG II HYBRIDS UNDER INHOUSE TRIALS Total 74 promising Tulasi BG II hybrids areunder Replicated and Non Replicated inhouseR&D trials
  15. 15. SEED STAFFDivision NumberR&D 29QA 12Production 49Processing 47Marketing 300Administration 38 Total 475
  16. 16. TULASI DISTRIBUTORSState NumberAndhra Pradesh 224Orissa 9Tamilnadu 17Karnataka 31MS 100MP 29Gujarath 46Punjab 31Haryana 27Rajasthan 16 Total 530
  17. 17. TULASI INFRASTRUCTURE
  18. 18. Tulasi New Processing Plant
  19. 19. NEW PROCESSING FACILITY
  20. 20. TULASI INFRASTRUCTURE
  21. 21. TULASI INFRASTRUCTURE
  22. 22. TULASI INFRASTRUCTURE
  23. 23. TULASI INFRASTRUCTURE
  24. 24. TULASI INFRASTRUCTURE
  25. 25. TULASI INFRASTRUCTURE
  26. 26. TULASI INFRASTRUCTURE
  27. 27. TULASI BIOTECH LAB
  28. 28. TULASI BIOTECH LAB
  29. 29. TULASI BIOTECH LAB
  30. 30. QUALITY ASSURANCE
  31. 31. R & D PROGRAMCrops:CottonRed PepperSorghumSunflowerMaizeOkraEgg plantTomatoGourds
  32. 32. COTTON R & D PROGRAM• Germplasm evaluation• Inbred development program• Hybrid development program• Maintenance breeding• New hybrid evaluation program• In house & Multilocation trials• MLRT• BG & BG II introgression breeding program• Zygosity testing
  33. 33. Bt BACK CROSSING
  34. 34. TULASI - 4 BG II• Very high yielding• Wider adaptability• Tolerant to jassids• Good reviving capacity• Strong stem• Good quality fibre• Big bolls and good wt• Suitable for both light and heavy soils• Tolerant to drought conditions
  35. 35. TULASI - 4 BG II• Very high yielding• Wider adaptability• Tolerant to jassids• Good reviving capacity• Strong stem• Good quality fibre• Big bolls and good wt• Suitable for both light and heavy soils• Tolerant to drought conditions
  36. 36. TULASI – 4 BG II
  37. 37. TULASI – 4 BG II
  38. 38. TULASI – 4 BG II
  39. 39. TULASI – 4 BG II
  40. 40. TULASI – 4 BG II
  41. 41. TULASI – 4 BG II
  42. 42. TULASI – 4 BG II
  43. 43. TULASI- 45 BG II
  44. 44. SAINIK BG II (TULASI- 162)
  45. 45. TULASI – 9 BG II• Very high yielding• Big Boll (6-7gms weight)• Uniform bursting• Easy for picking• Tolerant to jassids• Good quality of the lint• Uniform arrangement of sympodia• High strength of the stem
  46. 46. TULASI - 9 BG II CROP
  47. 47. TULASI – 118 BG II• Very high yielding• Earliness• Good reviving capacity• Strong main stem• Tolerant to para wilt• Tolerant to sucking pests• Good quality of the fibre with high elongation ratio
  48. 48. TULASI – 45 BG II• High yielding• Profuse bearing• Drought tolerance• Tolerant to jassids• Good quality of the fibre• Uniform bursting
  49. 49. TULASI – 7 BG II• High yielding• Erect type• Suitable for less spacing• Uniform boll bursting• Good quality of the kapas with naked seed• Uniform arrangement of sympodia
  50. 50. EGG PLANT
  51. 51. RED PEPPER
  52. 52. TULASI OKRA HYBRID
  53. 53. TOMATO BREEDING
  54. 54. RED PEPPER
  55. 55. EGG PLANT
  56. 56. EGG PLANT
  57. 57. GRAIN SORGHUM
  58. 58. SUNFLOWER
  59. 59. THANK YOU

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