Top 10 Jute Producing States of India


Top 10 Jute Producing States

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Top 10 Jute Producing States of India 2012-13:

RankStateAP
1West Bengal577.08349
2Bihar139.11690
3Assam70.0823
4Andhra Pradesh25.0225
5Orissa22.4177.7
6Meghalaya12.686.31
7Nagaland4.640.2
8Tripura1.311
9Uttar Pradesh0.44.5
10Others20.00


(A = Area IN '000 Hect.; P = Prod. In '000 bales of 180 k.g per bale ; PY = Productivity in QTLS / Hect.)

Source: Crop projection as made by Directorate of Jute Development, Ministry of Agriculture,
http://jutecomm.gov.in/StateWise%20P%20&%20R%20jute.htm



Last Updated on : January 15, 2015



 

     


     

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