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Cultivation of Spice in India 

A spice is a substance used mainly for flavouring or colouring food. In addition, spices refer to herbs or spice plants, such as the flowers, leaves, or stems of plants used for garnish or as a flavouring. Also, Spices are used in medicine, religious rituals, cosmetics or perfume production. Due to all of these, the spice farming business counted as one of the successful businesses in India. 

If you have enough land and information about Spice agriculture, you can earn a high income in a very sensible investment in India.

Where Are Spices Crops Grown In India? 

Andhra Pradesh is the largest Spice producing state in India. Karnataka, Gujarat, Assam, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Orissa, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, and West Bengal are the other producers of Spice in India. These are significant states where the cultivation of spices is done widely. 

List of Spices In India

India is the richest country for species production. Here, many kinds of species are available, which play a very important role in everyone's lives. From food to injuries, species are widely used. The species list consists of Hing, Tulsi Beej, Tulsi ke Patte, Tej Patta, Kali Ilayichi, Kala Til Ke Beej, Jeera, Kala Jeera, Ajwaiyen, etc. Apart from Spices crop include Black Pepper, Capsicum, Celery, Dalchini, Laung and many more. 

Check out spice Cultivation, irrigation for Spice Farming, Spice Cultivation news etc. 

Get To Know More About Spices crops At Tractor Junction

Tractor Junction started a new segment called Spice which provides you with all the latest information regarding the species. Here, we are going to show a separate segment dedicated to the species. In this specific segment, you can get all the latest updates about spices within a few clicks just sitting at your home. Here, you can check the spice making process, Spice Processing, Spice Processing Machine, spice planting and many more. 

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