Why is coffee grown on the slopes of the hills in peninsular India? 

Asked by Mansi | 11th Jan, 2018, 11:49: PM

Expert Answer:

Tea is grown on hill slopes of Peninsular India because
  • The climate of Peninsular India is ideal for the growth of tea and coffee crops. 
  • Standing water is  destructive for tea and coffee crops. Water does not get collected on hill slopes
  • Coffee and tea grows on well drained fertile loamy soil which is mainly found on hill slopes

Answered by Social Science Expert | 15th Jan, 2018, 11:15: AM

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