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State-wise Kharif Crop Production in the year 2023

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State-wise Kharif Crop Production in the year 2023

The Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare has released the first advance estimates for the production of major Kharif crops for the year 2023-24. The estimates are based on data provided by states and validated using various alternative sources, including reports from the Crop Weather Watch Group (CWWG), remote sensing estimates, econometric modeling, farmer surveys, and historical trends in crop estimation.

Foodgrains Production

The estimated production of foodgrains is pegged at 1485.69 Lakh Metric Tonnes (LMT). This includes 1063.13 LMT of rice, 224.82 LMT of maize, 34.21 LMT of tur, 14.05 LMT of moong, and 15.05 LMT of urad.

The production of oilseeds is estimated at 215.33 LMT, with groundnut accounting for 78.29 LMT and soybean for 115.28 LMT. Sugarcane production is estimated at a whopping 4347.93 LMT.

The production of cotton is estimated at 316.57 lakh bales (each weighing 170 kg), while jute & mesta production is pegged at 91.91 lakh bales (each weighing 180 kg).

Foodgrains Quantity (Lakh Metric Tonnes)
Rice 1063.13
Maize 224.82
Tur 34.21
Moong 14.05
Urad 15.05
Total 1485.69

Area Under Rice

Estimates suggest a higher rice cultivation area under the major Kharif crop by around 2 lakh hectares compared to the previous year's final estimate, and by approximately 4.5 lakh hectares over the average rice area.

Additionally, the estimates also suggest an expected increase in its production by about 1 lakh tonnes compared to the average Kharif rice production.

S.No. State Normal Area
(DES)
Area Covered
(Lakh Ha)
Difference in Area coverage
with Current Week
2023 2022 2022 2021
1 Andhra.Pradesh - 0.335 0.297 0.038 -0.072
2 Arunachal.Pradesh - 0.056 0.061 -0.005 -0.006
3 Assam - 0.010 0.005 0.005 -0.068
4 Bihar - - - - -
5 Chhattisgarh - 0.049 - - -0.065
6 Goa - - - - -
7 Gujarat - - - - -
8 Haryana - - - - -
9 Himachal.Pradesh - - - - -
10 Jammu..Kashmir. - 0.001 - - -0.003
11 Jharkhand - - - - -
12 Karnataka - 5.084 4.885 0.199 2.524
13 Kerala - - - - -
14 Laddakh - - - - -
15 Madhya.Pradesh - 5.610 3.790 1.820 5.100
16 Maharashtra - 0.762 0.134 0.629 0.753
17 Manipur - - - - -
18 Meghalaya - - 0.073 - -
19 Mizoram - - - - -
20 Nagaland - 0.094 0.095 -0.001 0.028
21 Odisha - - - - -
22 Punjab - - - - -
23 Rajasthan - 3.498 3.840 -0.341 2.387
24 Sikkim - - - - -
25 Tamil.Nadu - 0.307 0.476 -0.169 0.027
26 Telangana. - - - - -
27 Tripura - - - - -
28 Uttar.Pradesh - 0.938 1.361 -0.422 0.519
29 Uttarakhand - 0.040 - - 0.020
30 West.Bengal - - - - -
31 Others - - - - -
Total - 16.785 15.016 1.770 10.870

List of Crops Producting States in India 2023

Food crops season List of Crops Producing States in India 2023
Rice Sown: June - JulyHarvested: September - October West Bengal, Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Andhra Pradesh, and Tamil Nadu
wheat Sown: October - DecemberHarvested: April- June Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Bihar, and Gujarat
Millets Sown: May-AugustHarvested: September- January Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, and Telangana.
Maize Sown: June - JulyHarvested: September - October Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, and Gujarat
Pulses Sown: June - JulyHarvested: September - October Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, and Andhra Pradesh
Jowar  Sown: June - JulyHarvested: September - October Maharashtra, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, and Tamil Nadu.
Bajra  Sown: June - JulyHarvested: September - October Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, and Gujarat. 

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