Top 5 Crop Producing States in India

Crop farming provides food security income generation, and contributes to economic growth. It promotes environmental sustainability through soil conservation and carbon sequestration.
Rice is West Bengal's main food crop, with maize, pulses, oilseeds, wheat, barley, potatoes, and vegetables also grown. The state meets 66% of India's jute needs.
Uttar Pradesh's primary crop is wheat, a key food source, with sugarcane as the main cash crop. Wheat is grown in 24% of the state's agricultural land, making UP the top wheat producer.
Gujarat excels in crop production, leading in cotton, groundnut, spices, and castor seed. It also contributes to wheat, bajra, and sugarcane, covering over half of its land area.
Assam grows both food and cash crops. Food crops include rice, maize, pulses, potato, and wheat. Cash crops include tea, jute, oilseeds, sugarcane, cotton, and tobacco.
Haryana produces Basmati Rice and other cereals like wheat, rice, maize, and bajra, meeting its own needs and supplying other states. In 2022, it reported 16.330 Ton mn in production.
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