Geography[[1]] is a rain-fed crop.

[[1]] is a rain-fed crop.


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    Jowar is a rain-fed crop. Jowar, bajra, and ragi are the three most important millets in India. They are quite nutritious even though they are referred to as coarse grains. In terms of micronutrients, ragi are particularly high in roughage, iron, calcium, and other elements. Jowar ranks third in terms of acreage and yield among all food crops. It is a rain-fed crop that is mostly grown in moist areas with little irrigation needs. The primary States that produced the most jowar in 2011–12 were Madhya Pradesh, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, and Maharashtra. Bajra may grow well in both sandy and shallow black soil. Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Gujarat, and Haryana produced the most bajra in 2011–12.
     
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