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Performance of Japanese mint (Mentha arvensis var. Shivalik), spear mint (M. spicata), pepper mint (M. piperita) and orange mint (M. citrata) in Ghataprabha Canal area of north Karnataka



Performance of Japanese mint (Mentha arvensis var. Shivalik), spear mint (M. spicata), pepper mint (M. piperita) and orange mint (M. citrata) in Ghataprabha Canal area of north Karnataka



Biomed 1(3): 205-208



Four mint species, i.e. Japanese mint (M. arvensis Shivalik), spear mint (M. spicata MSS-5), pepper mint (M. piperita Black Mitchem) and orange mint (M. citrata (M. piperita var. citrata) Kiran), were evaluated in the Ghataprabha Left Bank Command area of north Karnataka, India, during 2002-04. The 3 years field data on growth and essential oil yield of the 4 mint species revealed that orange mint was the tallest (30.2 cm) and pepper mint was the shortest (21.9 cm).

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