There are four types of Indian crops which are as follows-
(i) Kharif crops–
These are the crops sown in June/July and reaped in October. As-for example-Rice, maize, and millets etc.
(ii) Rabi -crops–
These are the crops which are November and reaped in March and April. As for example Wheat, barley, graph and linseeds, mustard etc.
Crops which are produced for trading purposes and not consumption by the farmer and his family for subsistence are known as cash crops. Examples-Tea, Cotton, Jute and Tobacco.