The variety performs at rainfed situation on marginal and poor lands with excellence. It is immune to downy mildew, resistant to white rust and tolerant to Alternaria blight, Sclerotinia stem rot and powdery mildew and highly tolerant to aphid under field conditions.
Pusa Aditya (NPC- 9)
Pusa Agrani (SEJ-2)
This variety is the First early maturing (110 days) variety of Indian mustard and is a substitute of toria. In North Eastern and Eastern states, it fits well after rice crop.
This variety is suitable for timely as well as late sown irrigated conditions and grown mainly in U.P., M.P., Chhatisgarh and Rajasthan.
Pusa Karishma (LES-39)
It is first single zero (
Pusa Mahak (JD-6)
Mainly suitable for Orissa, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh, Bihar, West Bengal, Assam and National Capital Region of Delhi. Highly suitable to sow in early september, in North Eastern and Eastern states, it fits well after rice crop. It gives good results where onion, other vegetables and sugarcane are planted in the month of January.
Pusa Mustard 21 (LES-1-27)
Highly suitable for Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Rajasthan, UP, Uttrakhand, Plains of J&K, MP, Chhatishgarh. It is a low erucic acid (single zero) variety of Indian mustard with a wider adaptability.
Pusa Mustard 22 (LET-17)
Highly suitable for National Capital Region of Delhi. It is single zero (
Pusa Mustard 24 (LET-18)
Highly suitable for Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Plains of J&K and Western parts of U.P. It is a low in erucic acid (
Pusa Mustard 25 (NPJ-112)
Highly suitable for Rajasthan, Haryana, Punjab, Delhi, Plains of J&K and HP, Western UP and suitable for multiple cropping system between September (after harvest of Kharif crops) to Mid December (upto sowing of Rabi crops particularly wheat and vegetables) to have an additional crop.It is a very potential substitute of B. rapa cv. Toria (in toria’s traditional belt).
Pusa Mustard 26 (NPJ-113)
Highly suitable for Rajasthan, Haryana, Punjab, Delhi, Plains of J&K, HP and Western UP and suitable for multiple cropping systems particularly in rice and cotton belts where the fields are generally vacated in November; farmers prefer to raise late sown mustard which performs well in one to two irrigations. It also suits well in areas where long duration guar varieties are grown and fields are vacated in November.