India produces many varieties of chillies with different quality factors. The world's hottest chilli. “Naga Jolokia” is cultivated in hilly terrain of Assam . Chilli is grown in almost all the states in India. The pungent hot taste is produced by the presence of enzyme capsaicin. Chilli requires warm and humid climate for its best growth and dry weather during the maturation of fruits. It grows in wide range of altitudes. It is generally a cold weather crop but can be grown throughout the year under irrigation. Black soils which retain moisture for long periods are suitable for rain fed crop whereas well drained chalka soils and sandy loams are good under irrigated condition. Chilli requires frequent inter cultivation (soil cultivation/inter culturing). of people. The most important chilli growing states in India are Andhra Pradesh, Maharashstra, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu, which together constitute nearly 75 per cent of the total area. The production of Chilli in India is dominated by Andhra Pradesh which contributes nearly 57% to the total production. Karnataka is the second largest producer contributing 12% to the total production followed by Orissa 5% West Bengal(5%), Maharashtra (4%), Madhya Pradesh (3%)and others about 14%. The major chilly growing districts in Andhra Pradesh are Guntur, Warangal, Khammam, Krishna and Prakasham. Guntur is the biggest chilli producing region, contributing 30% to the total production of AP with annual turnover of around Rs.600 crore (in 2010). With so much money in chilli, investors look for buying chilli fields and land suitable for chilli cultivation.

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