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JO 37 SM 1401, korrigerad version 2014-08-27
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In this report, we present utilized areas and production for some of the most important edible crops in the Swedish horticultural production. The statistics are based on the production by commercial producers with a cultivated area of at least 0.25 hectares open ground or 200 square meters of greenhouse.
The horticultural production did not exhibit any major changes in 2013 compared to the preceding year. The only differences in area use were an increase by 12 percent in the greenhouse area utilized for the cultivation of aromatic plants and a decrease in the greenhouse area used for potted lettuce, which went down by 13 percent. Both these crops did however exhibit an increase in the amount of produced pots by 9 and 7 percent respectively.
Among the open ground crops no changes in utilized areas were seen, while the production of cucumber and leek increased by 33 and 39 percent respectively and the harvest of iceberg lettuce decreased by 22 percent.
Cucumber was the most significant greenhouse crop, utilizing an area of 608 900 square meters and exhibiting a harvest of 27 900 metric tons. From an area perspective, strawberries was the largest open ground crop with a utilized area of 2 152 hectares, while carrots exhibited the largest production, with a harvest of 112 800 metric tons.
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1. Areas used for the horticultural crops included in survey
2. Production of the horticultural crops included in survey
3. Relative standard error for cultivated areas and production 2013
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