Important Crops in India Part-2

Important Crops in India Part-2:

Dear Telangna Aspirants,

In this post we are Providing notes on “Important Crops in India Part-2”. India is famous for Producing different crops in the world. Some crops are only produced in Indian weather conditions. In this post we discuss the different crops that are produced by India and the Places which are famous.This notes will be useful for job aspirants , who are preparing for Groups,Tspsc exams, AEE’s and Police jobs in telangana state.This notes will definitely helps to you get perfect score in the Telangana(TSPSC) exams.

Here are the Points to be Noted:

    •India is the world largest Linseed producers.
    •Madhya Pradesh is the largest producer.

11.Soya beans:
    •New oil seed introduced in yellow revolution under tech mission on oil seeds in 1985.
    •Madhya Pradesh is the largest producer.

    •Karnataka is the world largest mustard producers.

    •Coconut is a tropical crop.
    •Kerala, parts of coastal Karnataka and Tamil Nadu is largest producers.
    •India is third largest producer.
    •Philippines, Indonesia are first & second largest producers.

    •India produces about 4% of the world’s coffee production.
    •Indian coffee is known in the world for its good quality.
    •The Arabic variety initially brought from Yemen is proceed in the country.
    •This variety is in great demand all over the world.
    •Initially its cultivation was introduced on the “baba budan hills(Karnataka)”
    •It is shadow crops; sun rays are harmful to these crops.
    •Karnataka (70%) is the largest coffee producer, Kerala is 2nd, Tamilnadu is 3rd.

    •India ranks 5th among the world’s natural rubber production.
    •It is an equatorial crop
    •Kerala is (90%) largest producer in India.

    •India is believed to be the original home of the cotton plant.
    •Cotton is one of the main raw materials for cotton textile industry
    •India is the 3rd largest producer of cotton in the world.
    •Major cotton- producing state is Gujarat.
    •Ahmadabad is called “Manchester of India”
    •Mumbai is called “Cotton polis of India”.

    •It is known as the “golden fiber, jute grows” well on well-drained fertile soils in the floods plains where soils are renewed every year.
    •West Bengal (72%) is largest producer.

    •Karnataka is the largest producer in India
    •Artificial silk is called “Rayaon”.

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