District Mohla-Manpur-Ambagarh Chowki is mainly known for its iron ore deposits and forest produce. The region is also known for its agricultural strength. Within span of few decades, several small medium agro based industries have been established in the region, these industries have created a lot of employment opportunities for the youth & helping in transforming their lives.

Agriculture and Trade in Mohla-Manpur-Ambagarh Chowki

Although the region has seen the growth of several industries in the region but the main workforce is engaged in agriculture. The urban population is mainly self employed or employed in government firm but the rural population still depends on dairy, poultry and fishery to cam livelihood. The substantial tribal population of the region depends on forest based livelihood activities. The forests in the region also provide support to the tribal population to survive. The tribal people collect the leaves of tamarind, amla, mahua, mango, custard apple and some medicinal plants for the small industries dealing in herbal products.

With the improvement of technology and information, the agriculture of the region has improved a lot. The region mainly produces cereal grains like rice, millets, pulses etc. Farmers in the region generally cultivates paddy in kharif season during the winter due to the availability of irrigational requirements. However, due to the harsh summers and drought conditions sometime results in less production of rice and paddy.

Industrial scenario in Mohla-Manpur- Ambagarh Chowki

The region of Mohla-Manpur-Ambagarh Chowki is known for the rich deposit of iron ore which has led to the establishment of several extraction and mining industries. Apart from these, the district has become the hub of several industries including agro products, wooden and minor forest produce based.