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List Of Kharif Crops Full Details And Minimum Support Price

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Kharif crops 

Kharif crops are sown in Kharif season. This season starts before the rainy season and ends before the Winter season. In the meantime crops are sown in Kharif crops, it is said to have a variety of Crops. For the Kharif crops, hot and sour weather during the sowing season and relatively low temperatures and dry weather are necessary during the harvesting season.

Kharif is the word of the Arabic language, we know it by the name of autumn. the word Kharif is coming from the Mughal empire and all Indians like to speak it in the name of purchase.

Sowing Time of Kharif Crops

Kharif crops are sown in North India in the month of September. Crops are grown in India but also Pakistan, Bangladesh. it is sown in the summer season, it is sown in the last of June and it is harvested before October. In India’s South East and Bangladesh, the monsoon is the first rain in June, which is there is sowing of Kharif crops in June, along with this rain in India’s Best Cost, Maharashtra, and Pakistan, in the month of June, So sowing of Crops is sown in the month of May, June, and July.

Kharif Crops

the temperature for the sowing of Kharif crops

The minimum temperature for the sowing of Kharif crops should be 15° C to 19° C and the favorable temperature would be 32° C to 36° C and the maximum temperature should be 37° C to 45° C.

Selection of sowing Kharif crops

Different types of crops are sown in the Kharif season. Selection of crops is selected as per the fertility of the elderly and the Monsoon Rainfall of the area. In areas where the rainfall is high, the crops wanting more water are sown on it. Rainfall is up to 150cm where less water-seeking crops are sown where the average rainfall occurs, both types of crops can be sown.

Kharif Crops

List Of Kharif Crops

Various crops are sown in Kharif season, which is classified below.

1 Cereal Crops

Paddy or Rice

Maize or Indian Corn

2 Millet Crops

Sorghum

3 Oilseed Crops

Groundnut

Castor

Til or Sesame

4 Pulse Crops

Redgram or Pigeon Pea

Mothbean or Dewbean

Soybean

Cowpea

5 Fiber Crops

Cotton

Jute

Mesta

6 Green Manure Crops

Sunnhemp

Dhaincha

7 Fodder Crops

Sorghum

Bajra

Maize

Elephant Grass or Napier Grass

Sudan Grass

Guar or Cluster Bean

8 Cash Crops

Sugarcane

Tobacco

Minimum Support Price

Minimum Support Price (MSP) Price of Kharif Crops

 

Commodity

Variety

MSP for 2017-18    (Rs per quintal)

MSP for 2018-19    (Rs per quintal)

The increase over the previous year (Rs per quintal)

KHARIF CROPS
Paddy Common

1550

1750

200

Grade ‘A’

1590

1770

180

Jowar Hybrid

1700

2430

730

Maldandi

1725

2450

725

Bajra

1425

1950

525

Maize

1425

1700

275

Ragi

1900

2897

997

Arhar (Tur)

5450 (includes Rs.200- Bonus)

5675

225

Moong

5575 (includes Rs.200/- Bonus)

6975

1400

Urad

5400 (includes Rs.200- Bonus)

5600

200

Cotton Medium Staple *

4020

5150

1130

Long Staple **

4320

5450

1130

Groundnut in shell

4450 (includes Rs.200/- Bonus)

4890

440

Sunflower seed

4100 (includes Rs.100/- Bonus)

5388

1288

Soyabeen Yellow and Black 3050 (includes Rs.200/- Bonus) 3399 349
Sesamum

5300 (includes Rs.100/- Bonus)

6249

949

Nigerseed

4050 (includes Rs.100/- Bonus)

5877

1827

RABI CROPS (2018-19 season to be marketed in 2019-20)
Wheat

1735

1840

105

Barley

1410

1440

30

Gram

4400 (includes bonus of Rs. 150 per quintal)

4620

220

Masur (Lentil)

4250 (includes the bonus of Rs.100 per quintal)

4475

225

Rapeseed & Mustard

4000 (includes the bonus of Rs.100 per quintal)

4200

300

Safflower

4100 (includes bonus of Rs.100 per quintal)

4945

845

Toria

3560

3900

340

OTHER CROPS
Copra (2018 crop season) Milling

7511

Ball

7750

De-husked coconut

2030

Raw Jute (for the 2018-19 season)

3700

Sugarcane $

275

Kharif crops major production for 2018-19

01st June to 12th September 2018 has been 8% lower than Long Period Average (LPA).Total Kharif rice production of is estimated at 99.24 million tonnes. The total production of Nutri / coarse cereals in the country has decreased to 33.13 million tonnes as compared to 33.89 million tonnes during the 2017-18. Production of Maize is expected to be 21.47 million tonnes which are higher by 1.23 million tonnes than that of last year’s production of 20.24million tonnes. Further, this is more than 4.40 million tonnes than the average production of maize during the last five years.

The total production of Kharif pulses is estimated at 9.22 million tonnes which is lower by 0.12
million tonnes than the last year’s production of 9.34 million tonnes. However, kharif pulses
estimated production is 2.67 million tonnes more than the last five years average production.

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