Cotton201

Cotton in Jangaon and Warangal Cotton is a potentially important commercial crop and plays a vital role in the textile industry in India. As an irrigated crop it is extensively grown in areas where conventional irrigation methods are commonly used. However, the seed cotton yields and water use efficiency achieved with these methods are very low.

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ginger

Ginger in Aurangabad District (Maharashtra) Ginger is an important cash crop and one of the principal spice crops all over the India and world. India is the largest producer, customer and exporter in the world. Ginger is cultivated in all most all states in India. Kerala is the major ginger growing state.

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palma

Oil Palm in Kothapally, Krishna district Oil palm was introduced in India as a small-holders irrigated crop in 1989 to meet the ever growing demand for vegetable oils. It serves as a marked variation from traditional oil palm areas such as Malaysia and Indonesia, where it is cultivated as a rain fed crop in large nucleus estates.

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Sub-surface drip irrigation in fodder crops The Sub surface drip irrigation system (SDI) is gaining popularity in Tamil Nadu for Sugar cane crop, as farmers are realizing its advantages over conventional drip system. The SDI enables mechanization. There is lesser dependency on labor and also results increased water and fertilizer use efficiency to a considerable extent.

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Sugarcane

Bountiful of Sugarcane Crop - Netafim Way of Cultivation Shri. Hukumchand Ingale happens to be a proud farmer after winning the most acclaimed Late Yashwantrao Chavan Award – 2009 for reaping rich harvest of 130 Tons/Acre in Sugarcane Crop. The feat is all the more worth praising, when per acre productivity is lowering in this sugar belt of Western Maharashtra.

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