Shree Balaji Sugars


    The site has easy access to latest communication and other social infrastructure facilities, including telecommunication, schools and colleges, medical & health facilities, commercial infrastructure, etc. at Muddebihal.

    There are no major mountains in the command area. However, there are few hillocks. The rest of the command area is by and large plane, with good fertile soil.

    The average rainfall in the command area is 609 mm per year. The maximum and minimum temperatures recorded are 42ºC and 14ºC respectively. The rainy season ranges from middle of June to end of September. About 84 per cent of the annual rainfall in the district is received during the south-west monsoon season, the rainiest month being July. With the onset of the south-west monsoon in the district early in June there is appreciable drop in temperature. With the withdrawal of the monsoon early in October there is a slight increase in day temperature. Nights, however, progressively become colder.

    These climatic conditions and the nature of the soil make the area ideally suitable for jowar, corn, maize, sugarcane and tur cultivation.


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