In India, pepper is mainly cultivated in the southern states of Kerala, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Goa, Assam & in Andaman and Nicobar Islands and Pondicherry. Land in western ghat region is suitable for Pepper Cultivation with Kerala alone accounting for 95% of the production in India. Black pepper requires land with approximately 250 rainy days with a total annual rainfall of 2,000–3,000mm for its vigorous growth. A dry spell of 30–45 days before flowering is required for successful fruit set. Black pepper also requires land area to have a high humidity of 75–95% for its healthy growth. Black pepper is a climber and needs support for its growth & vines can be trained on other crops like coconut, arecanut or jackfruit tree. Black pepper farms (Farm Lands) are in great demand since pepper is a cash crop. More than 80% of annual production is exported to more than 120 countries. Export takes place from Cochin & Kozhikode in Kerala.

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