(i) It is a Rabi crop and a temperate crop.
(ii) It requires about 10-15° C temperature and a rainfall of 50-75 cms.
(iii) It requires well drained fertile soil.
(iv) Leading producers are Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh.
(v) It does not require much of labour.
(i) It is a Kharif crop and a tropical crop.
(ii) It requires more than 25°C temperature, high humidity with annual rainfall of above 100 cms.
(iii) It requires fertile alluvial soil with a clayey layer above.
(iv) Leading producers are West Bengal, Kerala and Punjab.
(v) It requires cheap labour for transportation.
Wheat and Rice farming in India are fairly different from each other. Explain with the help of five points