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Crop zoning for prospective agriculture in Haryana


Crop zoning for prospective agriculture in Haryana



Crop Research Hisar 24(2): 317-322



ISSN/ISBN: 0970-4884

Zoning of crops in Haryana state (India) based on cropping patterns and crop combinations was presented by using districtwise two years' average data (1996-97 and 1997-98). The diversity in agro-environmental conditions led the farmers to grow various crops in different parts of the state. Wheat, rice, oilseeds, cotton, bajra pulses, and sugarcane were the dominant crops in ranking order forming various crop combinations.

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