Pulses are low cost source of protein for majority of Indian consumers and also serve as a better substitute during the periods of high prices of vegetables. They are grown as rainfed crops with little or no modern yield enhancing inputs and play an important role in the food security of a relatively large proportion of population in the developing countries like India. In spite of its comparable potentiality, the crop still hardly receives equal status like cereals in the cropping system, which is mainly due to low productivity. Thus development of new pulse varieties with better package and practices of cultivation is inevitable. This book highlights recent technological advances to get better performance of green gram in terms of growth and yield, which would help entire fraternity of agriculture including scientists, research workers and farmers to meet the growing interest in sustainable agriculture.