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Give two examples of zaid crops.
Zaid crops refer to those crops grown in the summer season that falls between the harvesting of kharif crops and sowing of rabi crops. Two examples of zaid crops include watermelon and cucumber.
Name two industries based on agricultural raw material.
Dahiya and Podu are two agriculture practices found in Madhya Pradesh and Andhra Pradesh respectively. Is there any similarity between these two agricultural practices?
One type of agriculture produces only food crop for sustaining the high population and domestic animals. Name the farming type.
Give two reason for variation of the degree of commercialisation of agriculture from region to region.
Identify the places where apricot and walnut are produced in India.
As Darjeeling of west Bengal is famous for tea Punjab for wheat, Which crop is Kerala famous for?
Why organic farming is much in demand today?
Briefly discuss the cultivation of oilseeds in India.
Discuss the technological innovations which improved farming in India.
Give the reason for which intensive subsistence farming still flourish in India.
Give a brief discussion on pulses cultivation in India.
Name three food crops other than gains with respective climate condition required for them.
Write the difference between the cultivation of two important beverages, tea and coffee.
Discuss the condition required for the cultivation of wheat.
What are the reasons in Western India where rice is cultivated? Why is it cultivated in these regions?
Describe horticulture as important activity in India.
What are the obstacles in ensuring food security in India?
Discuss the challenges now agricultural sector face in India?
What are the institutional reforms initiated by the government in agricultural sectors? Explain their method.
Briefly discuss the methods of cultivation practised in India with at least two examples on each method.
How is rubber important for the Indian economy? What conditions are required for its cultivation? Name two states where it is produced.