Mentha piperita L. is an important aromatic perennial herbgrown throughout the world, belonging to the family Lamiaceae. It is extensively cultivated in India and about 70% of the International annual requirement is met from crops raised in the central region of the Indo-Gangetic plains. Mentha is cultivated in Himalaya-hills, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Punjab and Bihar. Of these, Uttar Pradesh is the largest producing state in the country contributing 80-90% of the total production followed by Punjab, Haryana, Bihar and Himachal Pradesh.
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