[Ethiopia] Agricultural Sample Survey 1998/99 (1991 E.C.), Volume I, Report on Area and Production for Major Crops (Private Peasant Holdings, Meher Season)

Cover Ethiopia 1998/1999 Vol 1

Citation: 

Statistical Bulletin 200, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia: Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, Central Statistical Authority, (March 1999)

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Abstract

This report presents one of the series of the 1998/99 (1991 E.C) Agricultural Sample Survey (AgSS) results for Ethiopia, i.e. area and production for the major crops produced within the private peasant holdings sector of the economy. The report consists of three parts where Part I includes the objectives of this annual survey, Part II includes coverage and content of the survey, sample design, field organization, training of field staff, method of data collection and Part III includes survey estimates of area, production and yield of major crops. Estimation procedures and formulations for estimates of totals, ratios, and variance are presented in Appendix I.

TABLES

  • Estimates of Area, Production and Yield of Major Crops
  • Crop Damage
  • Estimations of Standard Errors and Coefficient of Variations

Crops: Cereals, Teff, Barley, Wheat, Maize, Sorghum, Millet, Oats, Pulses, Horse Beans, Field Peas, Haricot Beans, Chick Peas, Lentils, Vetch, Neug, Linseed, Ground Nuts, Sunflower, Sesame, Fenugreek

Regions: Ethiopia, Tigray, West Tigray, Central Tigray, East Tigray, South Tigray, Afar, Zone 1, Zone 3, Amhara, North Gonder, South Gonder, North Wolo, South Wolo, North Shewa, East Gojam, West Gojam, Waghamera, Agewawia, Oromia, West Welega, East Welega, Illubabor, Jimma, West Shewa, North Shewa, East Shewa, Arsi, West Harerge, East Harerge, Bale, Borena, Somale, Shinele, Jijiga, Moyale, Benishangul-Gumuz, Metekel, Asosa, Kemeshi, S.N.N.P. Region, Gurage, Hadiya, Kembata Alaba Tembaro, Sidama, Gedio, North Omo, South Omo, Keficho-Shekicho, Benchi-Maji, Yem Special Wereda, Amaro Special Wereda, Burji Special Wereda, Konso Special Wereda, Derashe Special Wereda, Gambela, Harari, Addis Ababa, Dire Dawa