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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The major crops that were grown in ancient Greece were grains, olives, and grapes. Grain crops, such as barley and wheat, were planted in October and harvested in April or May. Olives were harvested November through February. Grapes were normally picked in September.
The crops that are harvested in my area in March are broccoli and cabbage. Some greens may be in the early stages as well. However different climates have different harvest times, so I can't say for sure where you are from.
Kharif crops include plants such as sugarcane, soybeans, and rice. They are planted from April to May and harvested once the monsoon rains end. Rabi crops include things such as wheat, barley, and peas. They are planted in September and October and harvested once winter is over.
The levels of nitrogen and phousphorus in fields decline when crops are harvested because the diversion of nitrates and phouspate would deplate the soil unless the farmer replaced the missing nutrients. Hope this helped :)