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ANALYSIS OF TOBACCO WHICH IS AN IMPORTANT CASH CROP CULTIVATED IN RABI SEASON IN UTTAR PRADESH

    2 Author(s):  SATYENDRA KUMAR, DR. ANIL KUMAR

Vol -  8, Issue- 1 ,         Page(s) : 4 - 21  (2017 ) DOI : https://doi.org/10.32804/CASIRJ

Abstract

Many crops are grown in India some of them are food grain cereals, fruits, pulses and oilseeds plants and another crops which are having “Cash Crops terminology” that are sugarcane, cotton, tobacco opium, mint, menthol, chikori, tea, coffee etc. Some out of them have in toxic properties and nicotine used by the people in various form; tobacco is an important commercial

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