Nagaland shares its international border with Myanmar in the east and is landlocked by Indian states on the other sides. The state is well connected with rest of the nation through road network of around 1,150 km and an airport in Dimapur. The state has considerable resources of natural minerals, petroleum and hydropower. It has unexploited reserves of around 600 million metric tonnes (MT) of Crude Oil. Moreover, it has 315 MT of coal reserves and 1,038 MT of limestone reserves. The state is also predominantly an agrarian economy with 71% of its population dependent on agriculture. Major horticulture crops grown in the state include banana, citrus, pineapple and potato. It also has 650 indigenous species of medicinal and aromatic plants. Among all the natural resources, forest resources such as medicinal plants and timber contribute the maximum share to the state’s economy.