Q. 14.2( 124 Votes )
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Based on seasons there are two cropping patterns in India, Kharif and Rabi crops.
(a) Kharif crops are those that are sown in the months of June-July and harvested in September-October every year. The Kharif crops also sometimes are also called as ‘summer crops’. Examples of some of the Kharif crops are paddy, maize, sorghum, sugarcane, and pearl millets.
(b) Rabi crops are those that are sown in the months of October-November and harvested in the month March-April. The Rabi crops also sometimes are also called as ‘winter crops’. Examples are wheat, oat, barley and pulses, oil seeds.
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