Difference between rabi , kharif and zaid cropping season

The difference between kharif, rabi and zaid crops are:

Kharif crops are sown during the monsoons. These crops are harvested at the end of the monsoon season. Paddy, rice, sugarcane, cotton, groundnut are the examples of kharif crops.

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Rabi crops are sown during the winters. These crops are harvested by the end of either March or April. Mustard, wheat, gram, pea, almond are the examples of rabi crops.

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Zaid crops are twice a year. It is grown during the summer and in between the rabi and kharif crop seasons. Cucumber and watermelon are the examples of zaid crops.

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