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  • Bengal Gram Ratlam M.P.( 6000 )
  • Bengal Gram Bellary (Karnataka)( 5700 )
  • Castor Seed Dhanera (Gujrat)( 4355 )
  • Coriander (Badami) Shajapur (M.P.)( 4750 )
  • Coriander(Round) Guntakal A.P.( 5200 )
  • Cotton Seed(Sarki) Ujjain M.P.( 2125 )
  • Dollar Gram Khategaon M.P.( 10250 )
  • Green Gram Indore (M.P.)( 3200 )
  • Groundnut Chippagiri A.P.( 3800 )
  • Guar Seed (Gujarat 2) Deesa (Gujrat)( 3225 )
  • Jowar (Mahindra) Anathapur A.P.( 2050 )
  • Maize Madhepura (Bihar)( 1260 )
  • Maize Raichur (Karnataka)( 1300 )
  • Mustard Seed Pipariya (M.P.)( 3300 )
  • Mustard Seed Patan (Gujrat)( 3115 )
  • Paddy Gadag (Karnataka)( 2450 )
  • Paddy( RC GIRI) Sangali (Maharashtra)( 2400 )
  • Pea (matar) Dewas M.P.( 2750 )
  • Raisin Sangali( 12500 )
  • Red Chili(Bydigi) Sindhanur (Karnataka)( 12800 )
  • Red Chilli(Baydgi) Nagbhid (Maharashtra)( 17000 )
  • Soyabean Tasgaon (Maharashtra)( 3014 )
  • Wheat Samastipur (Bihar)( 1588 )
  • Wheat(Samba) Malgaon (Maharashtra)( 1850 )
 
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Jute
Jute is one of the most important natural fibers in terms of cultivation and usage. Cultivation is dependent on the climate, season, and soil.

The suitable climate for growing jute is a warm and wet climate. Jute requires 2–3 inches of rainfall weekly with extra needed during the sowing period

India has taken advantage of recent improvements in the cultivation of jute to become the largest producer or cultivator of jute in the world. Using advanced production techniques, India also has dominance over the worldwide jute products market. Due to national law to use jute as packaging materials, India is the largest consumer of jute in the world.
Cotton
Cotton is a soft, fluffy staple fiber that grows in a boll.The plant is a shrub native to tropical and subtropical regions around the world, including the Americas, Africa, and India.Cotton was used in the Old World at least 7,000 years ago.Cotton is used to make a number of textile products. In India, the states of Maharashtra , Gujarat and Andhra Pradesh and also Madhya Pradesh are the leading cotton producing states, these states have a predominantly tropical wet and dry climate.
 
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