Actively participating in sugarcane farming, Uttarakhand plays a significant role in the country's sugarcane production.
6.3 Lakh Metric Tonne.
Leveraging its robust agricultural practices, Punjab adds to India's overall sugarcane cultivation.
7.36 Lakh Metric Tonne.
With a focus on districts like Krishna and West Godavari, Andhra Pradesh plays a substantial role in sugarcane farming.
7.96 Lakh Metric Tonne.
A considerable area under sugarcane cultivation positions Haryana as an important contributor to national production.
8.16 Lakh Metric Tonne.
Prominent districts like Bardoli and Surat make Gujarat a crucial state in the national sugarcane production landscape.
11.6 Lakh Metric Tonne.
Emerging as a key player, Bihar contributes significantly to sugarcane production.
14.6 Lakh Metric Tonne.
Contributing notably from the Cauvery Delta region, Tamil Nadu is a significant hub for sugarcane cultivation.
18.5 Lakh Metric Tonne.
Known for its vast sugarcane fields, Karnataka consistently ranks high among India's sugarcane-producing states.
38 Lakh Metric Tonne.
With Second Highest production in sugarcane, Uttar Pradesh's Gangetic plains offer ideal conditions for cultivation.
105 Lakh Metric Tonne.
With key regions like Kolhapur and Pune, Maharashtra stands as the leader in India's sugarcane production.
138 Lakh Metric Tonne.