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What are Kharif crops?


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2008-08-28 03:54:21
2008-08-28 03:54:21

"Kharif" means "autumn" in Arabic. Kharif crops are those harvested in the fall.

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The problem of kharif crops is that it s production is less and farmers earn less. This is the basic problem of kharif crops The problem of kharif crops is that it s production is less and farmers earn less. This is the basic problem of kharif crops

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Cotton is also an example for kharif crops.

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Kharif crops are monsoon or rainy season crops. examples of kharif crops are: Rice, Maize, Groundnut, Soyabean, Green gram, Black gram, cotton.

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crops that are grown in summer season are known as kharif crops and crops grown in winter are called rabi crops

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Kharif crops are crops that are harvested in the fall in India and Pakistan. The word "Kharif" is Arabic for "autumn." The most widely harvested Kharif crops are rice, maize, and sugarcane, among others.


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