Highly suitable for U.P., M.P., Uttrakhand, Kota region of Rajasthan and suitable for multiple cropping systems. It can be successfully grown after harvest of Kharif crops (September) upto sowing of wheat, vegetables and Sugarcane (December-January) when fields generally remain vacant.
Pusa Mustard 27 (EJ-17)
Pusa Mustard 28 (NPJ-124)
Highly suitable for Rajasthan, Haryana, Punjab, Delhi, Plains of J&K and HP, Western UP. 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 and is a very potential substitute of B. rapa cv. Toria (in toria’s traditional belt).
Pusa Mustard 29 (LET-36)
Highly suitable for Delhi, Haryana, Jammu, Punjab and northern Rajasthan. It is a low erucic acid (single zero) variety of Indian mustard
Pusa Swarnim (IGC-01)
Highly suitable for Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu Kashmir and parts of UP. It has a very high degree of drought tolerance and totally free from white rust with very low incidence of Alternaria blight.
Pusa Tarak (EJ-9912-13)
This variety is useful in the multiple cropping system particularly during the period of September – December. It gives good results where onion, other vegetable and sugarcane are planted in the month of January. It is suitable for early (September) sown irrigated conditions.
Pusa Vijay (NPJ-93)
It is tolerant to abiotic stresses viz. high temperature at seedling stage, salinity up to 12dS/m and lodging and suitable for timely sown irrigated conditions
Pusa Double Zero Mustard 31 (PDZ-1)
Variety has been released for timely sown irrigated conditions of National Capital Region of Delhi including Delhi and adjoining areas in the states of Haryana, Rajasthan and UP. It is a yellow seeded variety with 40.56% oil content. Improved oil and seed meal quality (Canola quality) makes this variety beneficial for farmers, traders and consumers.