Black soil is one of the major soils used for farming in India. Most of the Deccan plateau and Southern regions of India including Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra are covered with Black soil, where large plots of land are used for farming of major crops like cotton, maize, chilli, ragi, tobacco, oil seeds, cashew, coconut etc. Black soils are majorly found in areas receiving high rainfall, as a combination of fertile black soils and optimum humidity play a great role in increasing crop productivity. Hence, AGROCORP started its agri-business project in Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka keeping in mind numerous benefits of black soil farming in India. We grow not only major black soil crops including chilli and maize but also cultivate other profitable cash crops including tomatoes, Melia Dubia, gherkin, turmeric, ginger etc. Characteristics of Black Soil · Best type of soil to grow cotton, hence also called ‘Regur Soil’. · A unique characteristic of black soils is their ‘self-ploughing’ quality it develops wide cracks in dried form. · Black soils are rich in various iron oxides and other nutrients including calcium, magnesium, potassium, lime and aluminium. · The water retention capacity of the black soils is quite high which makes them the ideal soil for areas receiving high rainfall. · Black soils increase in volume and become sticky if treated with water in large volumes. AGROCORP uses organic manure and non-chemical fertilisers to boost up the fertility of the black soils, and through our incorporation of modern farming techniques, we come up with a great harvest that makes you reap large benefits in the long run as some of the agri-crops that we grow can be harvested before completion of maturity and start giving you big revenue from a very early stage. Mail AGROCORP at firstname.lastname@example.org or call on 70930 64464 to know more about our agri-investment initiative.