Cash Crops in India. Cotton: Cotton is a major cash crop in India. Jute: Jute is an important best firer. Tea: India is the second largest producer of tea in the world. Coffee: It is principally grown in Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, and Kerala. Linseed, groundnut and castors are the three principal oilseeds. Given below are the names of various crops, vegetables, and fruits that are cultivated in India: Food grains. Wheat. Rice. Jowar. Spices. Cardamom. Nutmeg and mace. Garlic. Seeds and pulses. Safflower seeds. Castor oil seeds. Pulses. Vegetables. Lemons. Chickpeas. Fruits. Coconuts. Banana. Nuts. Cashew nuts. Groundnut. Find a list of + cash crop farming business opportunities for the farmers and entrepreneurs in In India, corns are third major cash crops after rice and wheat.
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Cotton grows well in the drier parts of the black cotton soil of the Deccan plateau.
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It can also be grown on alluvial and red soils. Clear sky during the picking season is ideal. It is a Kharif crop and requires months to mature.
India is the fourth largest producer of cotton in the world.
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The second most important food grain cultivated in India is wheat. The Rabi season is the ideal time to grow wheat.
The Green Revolution in India paved the way for a substantial development in wheat production in the nation. It provides food to more than half of the Indian population.
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Evolution of Cash Crop The Historical Evolution of cash cropping is only related to the history of agriculture and civilization. Before the advent of agriculture, the primitive man obtained food by hunting wild animals and gathering fruits and nuts from natural stands.
Even in the most recent time, this practice has survived. Jute grows in a hot and damp climate and requires a clayey and sandy soil.
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Jute is very largely exported from India. Sugarcane crop requires long rainy season of at least months. North India Sugarcane are of sub-tropical variety and so have low sugar content.
Also sugar factories have to remain shut in winter seasons in North India.
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South India- Tropical Variety and coastal areas hence have high sugar content and high yield. Tamil Nadu Research List of cash crops in india It grows faster under light shade.
Tea India is the second producer of tea in the world. Cotton requires modest rainfall and in India, it is one of the predominant rainfed crops.
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It grows in areas having at least frost free days in a year. Optimum soil for cotton is the Black soils of Deccan and Malwa plateau.
Also grows well in alluvial soils of the Satluj-Ganga plain and red and laterite soils of the peninsular region. Cotton growing is known as less mechanised farming in India so needs cheap labour. Subtropical[ edit ] In regions with a subtropical climateoil-yielding crops e.