India ranks first in the world in respect of acreage of mustard cultivation, accounting for 31.8 percent of the world total and second in terms of the production. Uttar Pradesh alone produces about 60 percent of total mustard production of India. Mustard is capable of growing under a wide range of land with soil conditions varying from sandy loam to clay loam soils but they thrive best on light loam soils. Mustard crops in India are grown in diverse agro climatic conditions ranging from north-eastern / north western hills to down south under irrigated, rain-fed saline soils and mixed cropping. Other than UP, Lands in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab, Assam, Bihar, Gujrat, West Bengal. Mustard is widely used in Indian cuisine and hence farm lands growing mustard is definitely a good investment option.
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Fertile River side 52 Acres Agricultural land in Anantapur AP, 215 km from Bangalore
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