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CUMIN SEEDS

Posted by Admin on December, 15, 2021

Major cumin seed producing state In India are Gujarat and Rajasthan.


In GUJARAT November to December is Cumin seed sowing time, after completely harvesting of Peanuts.


The maximum surge in cumin sowing last year is in Devbhumi Dwarka, a district known more for coriander, gram and mustard. Farmers in Dwarka have sown jeera in one lakh hectare. In fact, the seed spice crop accounts for around two-thirds of the total 1.55 lakh hectares Rabi sowing in that district last season.


Major cumin seed producing state In India are Gujarat and Rajasthan.


In GUJARAT November to December is Cumin seed sowing time, after completely harvesting of Peanuts.


The maximum surge in cumin sowing last year is in Devbhumi Dwarka, a district known more for coriander, gram and mustard. Farmers in Dwarka have sown jeera in one lakh hectare. In fact, the seed spice crop accounts for around two-thirds of the total 1.55 lakh hectares Rabi sowing in that district last season.


Jeera is an extremely weather-sensitive crop. It is grown in soil with low moisture-retaining capacity in areas where weather remains dry and cold. Gujarat accounts for around 60 per cent of cumin seeds production in India with the balance coming largely from Rajasthan.


Cumin harvesting time ranges based on the variety chosen generally from 110-120 days after sowing. It is done in the first week of March if the seeds are sown in November.



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