Ethiopian Agricultural Sample Enumeration, 2001/02 (1994 E.C.) Results at Country Level, Statistical Report on Farm Management Practices, Livestock and Farm Implements, Part II, Chapter VI

Cover Ethiopia 2001/2002 Pt 2 Chap 6

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Addis Ababa, Ethiopia: Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, Central Agricultural Census Commission, (July 2003)

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Abstract

In general, this chapter deals with the agricultural census data that indicates the type of inputs applied, quantity of inputs applied, the irrigated cropland area, estimates of cropland area damage, number of holders who applied different agricultural inputs and farm management practices, and number of holders covered by extension package programs in Ethiopia. Data are presented for private holdings in rural areas for both Meher and Belg seasons, and urban areas of holdings for Meher season. For urban areas, data are collected and presented only on the inputs applied and the irrigated cropland area and number of holders who applied farm inputs. Also, data are presented at national and regional levels in Statistical Tables 6.1 – 6.64. Moreover, Estimates, Standard Errors (S.E.) and Coefficients of Variation (C.V.) are given in Annex Tables 6.1 and 6.2 for some relevant variables.

TABLES

  • Total Area Under Improved Farm Management Practices by Crop Categories in Rural and Urban Areas
  • Area Under Agricultural Inputs and Irrigation Practices (Irrigation, Improved Seeds, Pesticides, Fertilizers)
  • Number of Holders Applying Fertilizers, Area Under Fertilizers and Quantity of Fertilizers Applied by Type (Natural, Chemical, DAP, Urea)
  • Number of Holders Utilizing Improved Seeds and Quantity of Improved Seeds Applied
  • Holders Applying Agricultural Inputs and Participating in Extension Programs by Level of Education
  • Holders Applying Agricultural Inputs and Practices (Irrigation, Improved Seeds, Pesticides, Fertilizers)
  • Causes of Damage of Cropland Area by Size of Holdings and Seasons (Crop Disease, Frost or Floods, Locust, Shortage of Rain, Too Much Rain, Wild Animals, Birds, Hailstone, Pests and Insects, Weeds)
  • Number of Holders by Type of Farm Management Practices
  • Holders by Sources of Chemical Fertilizers and Cost of Chemical Fertilizers
  • Number of Holders Participating in Crop Specific Extension Package Program and Area under Crop Specific Extension Package Program
  • Rural Holdings, Urban Holdings, Rural Meher, Rural Belg
  • Holders by Educational Attainment
  • Number of Agricultural Holders Applying Irrigation by Source of Water
  • Number of Agricultural Holders Improving Soil Fertility by Method of Application
  • Number of Holders by Reason for Not Using Chemical Fertilizer
  • Number of Agricultural Holders by: Plowing Method, Method of Soil Conservation
  • Reason for Not Being Covered by Extension Program
  • Source of Chemical Fertilizers and Cost
  • Standard Errors and Coefficients of Variation

Crops: Cereals, Pulses, Oilseeds, Vegetables, Root Crops, Fruits, Stimulant Crops, Grain Crops, Teff, Barley, Wheat, Maize, Sorghum, Finger Millet, Oats/Aja, Rice, Horse/Faba Beans, Field Peas, Haricot Beans, Chick-peas, Lentils, Vetch/Grass Peas, Soya Beans, Fenugreek, Gibto, Neug, Linseed, Ground Nuts, Sufflower, Sesame, Rapeseed, Lettuce, Head Cabbage, Kale, Tomatoes, Green Peppers, Red Peppers, Swiss Chard, Beet Root, Carrot, Onions, Potatoes, Garlic, Taro, Sweet Potatoes, Avocado, Bananas, Guava, Lemons, Mangoes, Oranges, Papayas, Pineapples, Chat, Coffee, Hops, Sugar Cane, Enset

Regions: Ethiopia, Tigray, Afar, Amhara, Oromia, Somali, Benishangul-Gumuz, S.N.N.P. Region, Harari, Gambella, Dire Dawa, Addis Ababa