What is agro-climatic zones in MP?
There are 11 agro-climatic zones in Madhya Pradesh. Malwa Plateau: Indore, Dhar, (Dhar, Badnawar, Sardarpur tehsils) Shajapur, Mandsour, Nimuch, Ratlam, Ujjain, Dewas Rajgarh districts and Petlawad tehsil of Jhabua district.
How many agro climatic zones are there in Andhra Pradesh?
Now it is divided into seven sub-agro climatic zones. Krishna-Godavari, North Costal, Southern, Northern Telangana, Southern Telangana, Scarce rainfall Zone of Rayalaseema and High Altitude Tribal Zones. Categories of soils in Andhra Pradesh are Black, Alluvial, Loamy Clay, Sandy and Laterite soils.
How many agro climatic zones are there in India as far as the official Categorisation of the Ministry of Agriculture is concerned?
Correct Option: B. India has been divided into fifteen different agroclimatic zones by the Planning Commission of India, which are further divided into more homogeneous 72 sub-zones.
How many agro climatic zones are there in Uttarakhand?
Agro-ecological zones and farming situations in Uttarakhand
Uttarakhand state agro-climatically falls under Zone 9 and Zone 14 of nationally described agro-climatic zones. The state is further divided into four sub-zones on the basis of the altitude, aspects, rainfall and soil type.
What is the average temperature of MP?
Madhya Pradesh is one of the warmest region in India with an average daily high temperature of 33 degrees centigrade. It is yearlong warm or hot.
Which is the coldest place in MP?
Madhya Pradesh: Umaria coldest at 3.2 degrees Celsius
- Cold wave in state.
- Dip in temperature.