Lentils grow in Rabi masam in India, known for growing pulse crop. Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Vihar, and West Bengal are the major producing states in our country, which contribute 80 per cent to the total production. Masur cultivation is done in our country often after harvesting maize or paddy crop in unincorporated areas, but after Jute in West Bengal and in Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtr Cotton is followed. In Bundelkhand areas of Uttar Pradesh the lentils grow in the form of a single crop. While in the lower regions of Eastern Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and West Bengal, lentils are cultivated by the Utaera method, where lentils are sown 7 to 10 days prior to cutting the standing crop of paddy. Because lentils have the ability to tolerate dry crops, therefore

Its cultivation is very popular in Barani regions of eastern and central part of India. It is successfully grown after paddy after extraction cost with no extra cost. In the Northern Plains and lower hilly areas where the thickness is high, its cultivation is being highly successful due to the tolerance of this crop towards the crop. Masur is a major pulley crop grown in Rabi in India.In the form of inter-crop cultivation of lentils in the form of lentils in the Bundel area of ​​Madhya Pradesh, eastern Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh, along with mustard cultivation and in the central regions of Uttar Pradesh, mixed or end crops with mustard, mustard or gram. is.