Tobacco is grown in 0.4 million hectares in India, accounting for approximately 0.27% of the net cultivated area, and around 80% of tobacco is grown in the states of Andhra Pradesh (44%), Gujarat (24%) and Karnataka (15%).
Is the largest producer of tobacco in India?
The correct answer is Andhra Pradesh. The production of tobacco across the south Indian state of Andhra Pradesh amounted to approximately 133 million kilograms.
Where does tobacco grow in India?
Types of tobacco cultivated in India
|1.||FCV Tobacco||Andhra Pradesh & Karnataka|
|2.||Bidi Tobacco||Gujarat & Karnataka|
|3.||Cigar & Cheroot||Tamil Nadu & West Bengal|
|4.||Hookah Tobacco||Assam, West Bengal, Bihar & UP|
What percentage of world’s tobacco is produced by India?
India is the world’s 2nd largest producer of tobacco with an estimated annual production of around 800 million kgs. Tobacco occupies a meagre 0.24% of the country’s total arable land area.
(Rs. Per Hectare)
|Crop||Andhra Pradesh 1||Karnataka 2|
Which state is largest producer of tobacco in India?
Does India import tobacco?
India imported Cigarettes; containing tobacco from Serbia, FR(Serbia/Montenegro) ($11,945.99K , 599,965 Kg), Germany ($3,987.07K , 200,243 Kg), Singapore ($2,578.15K , 129,483 Kg), United Arab Emirates ($1,337.30K , 67,163 Kg), Hong Kong, China ($917.04K , 46,057 Kg).
Which country produces most tobacco?
In that year, China was the biggest tobacco producer worldwide with an amount of some 2.13 million metric tons of tobacco produced.
Leading tobacco producing countries worldwide in 2020 (in 1,000 metric tons)*
|Characteristic||Production in thousand metric tons|