Kharif Crops: Kharif fasal are a type of seasonal crops mainly grown during the monsoon season in India, which usually starts around June and lasts till September. These crops are suited to India's climatic conditions during this time, which include high temperatures, rainfall and humidity.
According to Indian cultivation and season of kharif crops, we can include rice, maize, jowar, millet/bajra, finger millet/ragi, arhar, soyabean, groundnut, cotton, mung, etc. in the crop category.
The season in India starts in June and ends in October. Kharif crops are harvested at the end of the monsoon season in the month of October or November. In the category of kharif crops, rice, moong dal, bajra, urad and maize are the main crops of the kharif season. There are six types of kharif crops according to season: food crops, fiber crops, fodder crops, industrial crops, oil crops and ornamental crops. Among the world's most popular food crops, we can include cereals, maize, wheat and rice.