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Religious countries Compared by Agriculture > Permanent crops

DEFINITION: Permanent crops in 2000.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH
1 Brazil 12 million hectares 2000
2 India 7.9 million hectares 2000
3 Malaysia 5.79 million hectares 2000
4 Nigeria 2.65 million hectares 2000
5 Ghana 2.2 million hectares 2000
6 Tunisia 2.1 million hectares 2000
7 Colombia 1.73 million hectares 2000
8 Cameroon 1.2 million hectares 2000
9 Pakistan 658,000 hectares 2000
10 Kenya 520,000 hectares 2000
11 Peru 510,000 hectares 2000
12 Romania 500,000 hectares 2000
13 Uzbekistan 375,000 hectares 2000
14 Moldova 370,000 hectares 2000
15 Iraq 340,000 hectares 2000
16 Poland 337,000 hectares 2000
17 Georgia 269,000 hectares 2000
18 Saudi Arabia 191,000 hectares 2000
19 Afghanistan 144,000 hectares 2000
20 Armenia 65,000 hectares 2000

Citation

"Countries Compared by Agriculture > Permanent crops. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 2000. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/group-stats/Religious-countries/Agriculture/Permanent-crops

Religious countries Compared by Agriculture > Permanent crops

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Interesting observations about Agriculture > Permanent crops

  • Indonesia ranked first for permanent crops amongst Hot countries in 2000.
  • Brazil ranked first for permanent crops amongst Christian countries in 2000.
  • India ranked first for permanent crops amongst Former British colonies in 2000.
  • Spain ranked first for permanent crops amongst Heavily indebted countries in 2000.
  • China ranked first for permanent crops amongst Cold countries in 2000.
  • Malaysia ranked second for permanent crops amongst Muslim countries in 2000.
  • Cote d'Ivoire ranked first for permanent crops amongst Sub-Saharan Africa in 2000.
  • Italy ranked second for permanent crops amongst Europe in 2000.
  • Philippines ranked first for permanent crops amongst Former Spanish colonies in 2000.
  • Argentina ranked first for permanent crops amongst Sparsely populated countries in 2000.
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