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Top 10 Wheat Producing States: 2015-2016



S.No.State/ UTWheat (Th. tonnes)
1Uttar Pradesh26,874
2Madhya Pradesh17,689
3Punjab16,081
4Haryana11,352
5Rajasthan9,871
6Bihar4,753
7Gujarat2,484
8West Bengal960
9Uttarakhand761
10Maharashtra758


Top 10 Wheat Producing States : 2014-2015



S.No.State/ UTWheat (Th. tonnes)
1Uttar Pradesh25,220
2Punjab15,783
3Madhya Pradesh14,182
4Haryana11,856
5Rajasthan9,869
6Bihar4,049
7Gujarat3,220
8Maharashtra1,236
9West Bengal950
10Himachal Pradesh721


Sources:
Directorate of Economics and Statistics, Ministry of Agriculture



Last Updated on: May 20, 2020



 

     


     

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