Consider the following:
1. Rice Producing Areas of India
2. Wheat Producing Areas of India
3. Millet Producing Areas of India
4. Plantation Crops producing areas of India
Roughly, which among the following sets of India’s geographical regions represent the above?
This extends from the eastern part to include a very large part o the north-eastern and south-eastern India with another strip along the western coast.
This extends to most of the northern, western and central India.
This covers Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and the Deccan Plateau in the centre of the Indian peninsula.
Plantation crops region
In Assam and the hills of Southern India tea is produced. Coffee is produced in the hills of the western peninsular India. Rubber is grown in Kerala and some of the North-Eastern States like Tripura. Spices grown in Kerala, parts of Karnataka and Tamil Nadu.
Temperate Himalayan Region
This region is spread over Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand and some adjoining areas. Here potatoes
are as important as a cereal crops (which are mainly maize and rice) and the tree-fruits form a large part of agricultural production. http://arthapedia.in/index.php/Agricultural_Regions_of_India
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