This report from the 1997/98 Agricultural Sample Survey for Ethiopia presents survey results on agricultural practices such as use of improved seeds, irrigation, application of pesticides and fertilizers within the private peasant sector of the economy. The report includes the objectives of this annual survey, while outlining the scope, coverage, and content of the survey; sample design; field organization; training of field staff; method of data collection; survey estimates of farm inputs applied to area as well as the quantity of inputs applied. Estimation procedures and formulations for estimates of totals and variance for the agricultural practices during the main (Meher) season are presented in Appendix I. Estimates of the standard errors with the corresponding coefficient of variations (CVs) for farm inputs applied to area and quantity of inputs applied are presented in Appendix II and survey questionnaires in Appendix III.
Estimate of Improved Seed, Irrigation, Pesticide and Fertilizer Applied Area and Their Percentage Distribution by Crop
Estimate of Fertilizer Applied Area: Natural, DAP, Urea
Estimates of Quantity of Commercial Fertilizer: DAP, Urea
Estimates of Quantity of Improved Seed and Local Seed
Number of Holders Applying Agricultural Practices/ Inputs by Educational Attainment
Estimations of Standard Errors and Coefficient of Variations
Regions: Ethiopia, Tigray, North West Tigray, Central Tigray, East Tigray, South Tigray, West Tigray, Afar, Zone 1, Zone 3, Zone 5, Amhara, North Gonder, South Gonder, North Wolo, South Wolo, North Shewa, East Gojam, West Gojam, Waghamera, Agewawi, Oromia, West Welega, East Welega, Illibabor, 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-Shakicho, Bench-Maji, Yem Special Wereda, Amaro Special Wereda, Burji Special Wereda, Konso Special Wereda, Derashe Special Wereda, Gambela, Harari, Addis Ababa, Dire Dawa