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Pusa Sugandh 2 (IET 16310-Pusa 2504-1-26)

A fine grained, 125-130 days duration, scented restorer line of WA cytoplasm, 11% yield advantage over Pusa Basmati 1 with desirable mix of quality features comparable to Taroari Basmati and Pusa Basmati 1, has moderate resistance to blast, released for traditional basmati growing areas of Punjab, Haryana and Delhi.

Vasumati (LET 15391-RP 3135-17-12-8-8)

A long slender aromatic variety of 130 to 140 days duration, exhibits 14% yield advantage over Pusa Basmati 1, released for traditional basmati growing areas of Haryana, Punjab, Uttaranchal and western Uttar Pradesh; desirable basmati quality features and moderate resistance to leaf blast, brown spot, WBPH and resistance to gall midge 1 & 4.

Yamini (CSR 30)

First basmati variety identified for sodic  conditions, super fine grain, tall, aromatic variety, 150 days maturity combining all key quality features of traditional basmati type, suitable for normal as well as areas affected by sodi city/salinity; it records 28.5% higher yields over traditional basmati varieties even at 9.0 to 9.6 pH; tolerance to leaf blast, sheath rot, leaf folder and WBPH and released for traditional basmati growing areas of Uttar Pradesh, Haryana and Punjab.

List of Indigenous aromatic types in India

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