|Skörd av spannmål, trindsäd och oljeväxter 2015|
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This report provides preliminary results for the year 2015 on the yield per hectare and total production of cereal crops, dried pulses and oilseed crops. The results are presented for all of Sweden.
Cereals, dried pulses and oilseed crops
The total harvest of cereal crops for the whole country is estimated at nearly 6.1 million tonnes. This is 5% more than in 2014, 23% more than the average for the previous five years and the largest harvest since 1997.
The total production of winter wheat is estimated at nearly 3 million tonnes and the total production of spring barley is estimated at more than 1.5 million tonnes.
The total production of peas is estimated at 81 000 tonnes, which is 74% more than the previous year. The total production of field beans is estimated at 97 000 tonnes, which is 59% more than in 2014.
The 2015 harvest of rape and turnip rape is estimated at 359 100 tonnes. This is 10% more than the previous year.
Since 1998, statistics on crop yields for cereals, dried pulses and oilseed crops have been based on an interview survey. Since 2005, the farmers can also use Internet as a tool for data delivery to Statistics Sweden.
The sample of the survey for 2015 consists of 4 381 survey units. The selected farms are a random sample from all over the country. These preliminary results are based on a sub sample of 1 095 survey units. These units receive priority in the survey and in the subsequent data processing at Statistics Sweden. The survey was carried out in October and November. Information was requested for total farm production in tonnes of these crops and their average moisture content. Yields per hectare at farm level are calculated by dividing the total production by the crop areas of the farm. The total production was calculated from data on yield per hectare and area statistics that were calculated from preliminary data on usage of agricultural land in 2015. These area data are based on figures from the administrative database for agricultural subsidies. Crop areas for plants harvested green have been excluded.
The tables show the number of observations, yield per hectare in kg, total production in metric tonnes and crop areas in hectares. Standard errors are given for the yield per hectare and total production.