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Differentiate between Kharif and Rabi crops.

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Differentiate between Kharif and Rabi crops

difference between rabi and kharif crops

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  1. Ravi crops are sown in November-December and harvested in March-April.
  2. Wheat, gram, gram, peas, oilseeds, etc. are the main Rabi crops. Pulses of moong and urad are the main crops of this season.
  3. In the Ravi crop, due to the effect of western cyclones in Northwest India, some rainfall occurs which is very beneficial for the wheat crop.
  4. Ravi crops depend on the moisture of the subsoil and are produced with the help of irrigation.
  5. In Ravi’s crops, food crops have predominance.

Kharif crop

  1. Kharif crops are sown in June-July and harvested in December-October.
  2. Rice, jowar bajra, maize, groundnut, jute and cotton are the major Kharif crops. Pulses are also produced in this season. Arhar is a long duration pulse crop.
  3. The Kharif crop is completely dependent on rainfall. Rainfall occurs in this season by the Arabian Sea branch of the Southwest Monsoon and the Bay of Bengal Monsoon.
  4. If there is not enough rainfall in the rainy season, then it goes to these crops with the help of irrigation.
  5. Cash or commercial crops remain in focus in Kharif crops.

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