Sowing Seasons for Different Crops

Sowing Seasons for Different Crops

The Indian cropping season is classified into two main seasons-(i) Kharif and (ii) Rabi based on the monsoon. The kharif cropping season is from July –October during the south-west monsoon and the Rabi cropping season is from October-March (winter). The crops grown between March and June are summer crops.

 

 

 

SL. No Vegetable Name

Days to Harvest

1  Leafy Vegetables  25 - 35
2 Tomato  70 - 80
3  Potato 75 - 125 
4  Brinjol  150 - 160
5  Chili

Green chilli: 50 - 60

 Red chilli: 70 - 80

6  Capsicum  50 - 60
7  Cabbage

70 - 80

 100 - 120

8  Cauliflower

60 - 80

 80 - 100

 100 - 120

9  Khol-Khol 70 - 80 
10  Bendi 120 - 130 
11  Beans  70 - 80
12  Peas 90 - 100 
13  Cowpea 50 - 60 
14  Field Bean (Avare) 70 - 80 
15  Cluster Bean 55 - 65 
16  Cucumber 60 - 70 
17  Bottle gourd  
18  Bitter gourd  
19  Ridge gourd  110 - 120 
20  Little gourd 160 - 180 
21  Beet root 90 - 110 
22  Carrot 90 - 120 
23  Raddish  45 - 55
24  Tulip 50 - 55