Seppa is the district headquarters of the East Kameng region of Arunachal Pradesh. Sapla signifies 'muddy land' in the nearby lingo. Seppa has been a point of convergence for the Arunachal Government regarding creating both tourism and all the more imperatively the economy of the place. Agribusiness is the principle control of the inhabitant local people. To build up this further the legislature has made a noteworthy stride in 2001 by appropriating 300 weeds, 50 jumpers, 41 instruments and 2 rice hullers to the ranchers.
This has brought about a colossal development of the farming yield of the zone. They presently develop crops like wheat, paddy, mustard, maize, potato, ginger, groundnut, chilies, ginger, ocean aggregate, soya beans, natural products like oranges and mangoes including ious vegetables. Other than agribusiness, agriculture and angling is likewise a noteworthy wellspring of work. There are ious fish cultivates in Seppa.
The Seppa is included indigenous clans like Nishi, Sullung and Aka. The control of these clans is farming. To build the profitability, the organization of the area made monster stride a couple of years back. In 2001, 300 scrapers, 50 jumpers, 41 scoops and 2 rice hullers were circulated among the agriculturists of Seppa. The outcome has been exceptional. Today, Seppa of Arunachal Pradesh grows an assortment of yields like wheat, paddy, mustard, maize, potato, ginger, and so on. The plant items incorporate groundnut, chillies, ginger, seasum, soya beans and organic products.