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Brassica Integrifolia or Takana (scientific name: Brassica juncea var. Integrifolia) is native to Central Asia and it is a herbaceous grass of the Brassicaceae Brassica. Takana and Zaasai are varieties of mustard (scientific name: Brassica juncea). The stems and leaves are used as vegetables. The height of the plant is 30 to 60 cm, and leaves are edible for pickles, fried rice, mehrushi, vegetable rice, condiments etc.
Generic name: Brassica Integrifolia or Takana, Scientific name: Brassica juncea var. Integrifolia, Place of origin: Central Asia, Living type: Cold-resistant vegetables of overgrowth grass, plant height: 30 to 60 cm, flowering period: April to May, inflorescence form: general inflorescence, flower size: 1.2 to 2 cm, flower color: bright yellow, flower form: 4 regent flower, fruit shape : Chrysanthemum fruit, Usage: Leaf stem to pickles, Cooking methods: pickles, fried rice, Mekalis, Takana rice, condiments.