Chilli, turmeric, ginger, nutmeg, cinnamon and numerous other spices are the life & soul of Indian food. From making spicy curries to delicious sambhar, spices are the quintessential part of almost every Indian recipe.
South Indian region is famous all over the world as ‘Land of Spices’ because the South Indian states have favorable conditions that help in massive growth of spice crops. A humid climate is the first requirement to grow spice crops as the spices may shrivel and the crop may fail due to lack of sufficient moisture. Southern states remain blessed with rain showers all year round and the farmlands receive a large amount of moisture at various intervals. The Southern region of India observes an average temperature of 30 degree Celsius throughout the year and there is hardly any fluctuation in the weather conditions. So, any time of the year is suitable to grow spice crops.
This part of India doesn’t receive the title just by being the great producer of spices, but the cooking also has a role to play in this. Spices are massively used in South Indian recipes; and Andhra Pradesh is the Southern state of India renowned for cooking spiciest foods in the country. Chilli is the spice used in this state’s recipes in generous amounts.
Thus, the recipes as well as the spice farming in the Southern region contribute to its popularity in the spice market.
Considering the fact that South India is the place to reap a good harvest on your agricultural investment, AGROCORP started agro-farming in Hindupur, Andhra Pradesh in 2012. Currently we are growing spice crops like chilli, turmeric, ginger and other cash crops including Melia Dubia, tomatoes, maize etc. Join us in our venture if you look forward to make large profits by investing in agriculture. Call us at 70930 64464 to get in touch with us.