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Tripura is a state in Northeast India. The third-smallest state in the country, it covers 10,491 km2 (4,051 sq mi) and is bordered by Bangladesh to the north, south, and west, and the Indian states of Assam and Mizoram to the east. As of 2011, the state had 3,671,032 residents, constituting 0.3% of the country’s population.
Like most of the Indian subcontinent, Tripura lies within the Indomalaya ecozone. According to the Biogeographic classification of India, the state is in the “North-East” biogeographic zone. As of 2011, forests cover 57.73 per cent area of the state. Tripura hosts three different types of ecosystems: mountain, forest and freshwater. The evergreen forests on the hill slopes and the sandy river banks are dominated by species such as Dipterocarpus, Artocarpus, Amoora, Elaeocarpus, Syzygium and Eugenia. Two types of moist deciduous forests comprise majority of the vegetation: moist deciduous mixed forest and Sal (Shorea robusta)-predominant forest. The interspersion of bamboo and cane forests with deciduous and evergreen flora is a peculiarity of Tripura’s vegetation. Grasslands and swamps are also present, particularly in the plains. Herbaceous plants, shrubs, and trees such as Albizia, Barringtonia, Lagerstroemia and Macaranga flourish in the swamps of Tripura. Shrubs and grasses include Schumannianthus dichotoma (shitalpati), Phragmites and Saccharum (sugarcane)
Natural conditions in Tripura are ideal for diverse patterns of cultivation, for the cultivation of cereals, pulses and other food crops, of plantation crops, and of a rich range of agricultural and horticultural crops.
Lands of Tripura can become major economic and ecological assets of the people of the State. The average annual growth rate of rice production between 1999-2000 and 2004-05 was 2.1 per cent, and yield growth was very low (0.4per cent). Even taking a longer time horizon, the growth performance in respect of rice and food grain has not been satisfactory (at around 1.5per cent per annum).
The average rice yield in the State, 2.2 tonnes per hectare, is however a little above the all-India average (2 tonnes per hectare), with West and South Districts showing higher yields than North District and Dhalai. Over the years, Bengali speaking immigrants, including Partition refugees, have contributed to improvements in agriculture, particularly wet-rice cultivation. Agriculture in the State has the potential to develop. Past performance has been constrained not just by the terrain but by a lack of development of irrigation, limited use of modern inputs, and inadequate access to agricultural extension and markets.
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