Urad is also called black gram, black lentil. Its black skin is removed to get urad dal which is used widely in Indian cuisine. The coastal Andhra region in Andhra cultivates urad in large extent of land. The Guntur District ranks first in Andhra Pradesh for the production of black gram. The flour / paste of urad dal is used for preparing dosa, idli, vada, and other South Indian dishes. The major whole sale markets for urad dal are Akola, Chennai, Gulbarga, Guntur, Indore, Jaipur, Jalgaon, Jalna, Kanpur, Latur, Mumbai and Vijaywada. It is grown on a variety of soils ranging from a sandy soil to heavy black cotton soils. It is basically a warm weather crop, chiefly grown during the Kharif season. Urad is grown mixed with sorghum, maize, pearl millet and cotton crops. Urad crop cannot tolerate long dry spells. The crop should be irrigated at flowering and pod filling stages but the water should not accumulate in the field. Urad bean should be harvested when most of the pods turn black.
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