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FIELD CROPS : A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON SOWING TIME/CROP DAYS/YIELD

  FIELD CROPS :  A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON SOWING TIME/CROP DAYS/YIELD
SL NO
CEREALS
KHARIF Sowing
RABI Sowing
SUMMER Sowing
Crop Duration
Avg Yield/Acre







1
Paddy
July
Nov-Dec

95 - 125 days
25 - 30 Qntl
2
Maize
June15-July15
15th Oct-15thNov

90 - 120 days
20 Qntl

MILLETS





1
Jowar
June-July 15
Sept15 - Oct

110 - 115 days
10 - 15 Qntl
2
Finger millet(Ragi)
July - Aug
Nov-Dec
Jan - Feb
90 - 115 days
10 - 14 Qntl
3
Fox tail millet(korra)
July - Aug
Dec - Jan

70 - 85 days
10 - 12 Qntl
3
Pearl millet(Bajra)
Before July 15th
Sep - Oct
Jan15th to Feb
80 - 85 days
10 - 14 Qntl

PULSES





1
Red gram
June - August
Sept - Oct

130 - 170 days
6 - 8Qntl
2
Green gram
June15 - July15
Oct - Nov
Feb - March
65 - 75 days
5 - 6 Qntl
3
Black gram
June15 - July15
Oct - Nov
Feb - March
65 -75 days
5 - 6 Qntl
4
Bengal gram

Oct15 to Nov 15

80 - 95 days
8 - 10 Qtl
5
Soya bean
June15 - July15
October 1st wk

100 - 140 days
10 - 14 Qtl

COMMERCIAL CROPS





1
Cotton
May20 - Aug15


140 - 160 days
8 - 15 Qntl
2
Chilli
July-August
Oct - Nov

150 - 180 days
30 Q(G),10 Q(D)
3
Sugar cane

Aug -Sept (TN)
Jan - March (A.P)
9 -12 months
30 - 45 Tonnes

OIL SEEDS





1
Ground nut
July-August
Nov-Dec

100 - 120 days
8 - 12 Qntl
2
Sun flower
July-August
Nov-Dec
Jan-Feb
80 - 95 days
8 - 10 Qntl
3
Castor
June15-July
October
Jan 2nd fortnight
150 - 180 days
10 -12 Qntl
4
Sesame
July15-Aug15
Dec15-Jan15
March
75 to 90 days
3 to 5 Qtl
5
Saflower

Sept15 - Oct

120 -135 days
5- 8 Qntl
6
Mustard
 June - Aug
Dec - Jan

75 - 90 days
3 - 5 Qntl

SPICES





1
Turmeric
June(Long dur)

May (Short durtn)
6 to 8 months
25 Qntl
2
Ginger


April-May
8 to 9 months
8 - 12 Tons
3
Coriander
June -July
Oct15 to Nov 15

30-75 days
2 - 3 Qntl seed
4
Methi

Oct15 to Nov 15

80 days
3 - 6 Qtl Seed

FIBER CROPS





1
Mesta (Gogu)
May15 - June15


140 - 150 days
8 - 12 Qntl
2
Jute (Janumu)
May15 - June15


120 - 140 days
1 Ton Fibre
***Yield and rates may vary from state to state Season of Harvesting may also differ from state to state Whole sale prices in Hyderabad market were taken

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