Rabi Crops are Sown from ______.

By K Balaji|Updated : October 6th, 2022
  1. April to November
  2. September to October
  3. December to February
  4. October to December

Rabi crops are sown from October to December. Rabi, kharif, and zaidi are the three distinct cropping seasons for the various crops grown in India.

Major Cropping Season in India – Rabi

What are Rabi crops? Examples.

Some important Rabi Crops are:

● Barley

● Gram

● Rapeseed

● Mustard

● Oat

● Wheat

● Bajra

Is Coffee a Rabi crop?

No, Tea and Coffee are Kharif crops.

What is a Rabi season?

The season where crops are sown in mid-November and harvested in April/May is called Rabi Season.

  • The winter months of October through December are when rabi crops are sown.
  • Between April and June, they are collected.
  • The main crops for rabi include wheat, barley, peas, gramme, and mustard.
  • Despite the fact that these crops are grown all across India, the north and northwestern states of the nation—Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, Jammu and Kashmir, Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand —are vital for the production of wheat and other rabi crops.

Major Rabi Crops

Cereals

Fruits

Vegetables

Barley

Banana

Cabbage

Gram

Lady Fingers

Capsicum

Rapeseed

Tomato

Onion

Mustard

Grapefruit

Potato

Oat

Mangoes

Spinach

Bajra

Lemons

Tomato

Sowing season for rabi crops runs from October through December.

Summary:-

Rabi Crops are Sown from ______. 1. April to November 2. September to October 3. December to February 4. October to December

From October to December, rabi crops are sown. Zaidi and Kharif are the other crops which are grown in the country

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