Important SBI PO Important Questions With Answer Part 42 #SBI #Banking
Rabi Crop:The term Rabi means “spring” in Arabic, and the rabi crops are grown between the months mid November to April.
Sowing season: October – December
Harvesting season: February – April Important Crops: Wheat, Barley, Gram, Linseed, Mustard, Masoor, Pea and Potatos
Kharif crop refers to the planting, cultivation and harvesting of any domesticated plant sown in the rainy (monsoon) season and it starts in June and to end in October
Sowing season: May – July Harvesting season: September to October Important Crops: Jower, Bajra, Rice, Maize, Cotton, Groundnut, Jute, Hemp, Sugarcane, Tobacco etc
Zaid crops On the Indian sub-continent, the crops grown on irrigated lands which do not have to wait for monsoons, in the short duration between Rabi and Kharif crop season, mainly from March to June, are called Zaid crops (also written as Zayad crops). The main produce are seasonal fruits and vegetables.
Sowing season: August – September Harvesting season: December – January Important Crops: Rice, Jowar, Rapeseed, Cotton, Oilseeds
Zaid rabi crops:Zaid Rabi crops are sown in Februry – March
Harvesting is in April – may Important Crops: Water melon, Toris, Cucumber, leafy and Other vegetables