May Crop Production: Crop Area Planted and Harvested

May 11, 2011 02:30 AM
 

 

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Crop Area Planted and Harvested - United States: 2010 and 2011 (Domestic Units)
[Data are the latest estimates available, either from the current report or
from previous reports. Current year estimates are for the full 2011 crop year.
Blank data cells indicate estimation period has not yet begun]
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                                :     Area planted      :    Area harvested     
              Crop              :-----------------------------------------------
                                :   2010    :   2011    :   2010    :   2011    
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                                :                  1,000 acres                  
                                :                                               
Grains and hay                  :                                               
Barley .........................:    2,872       2,952       2,465              
Corn for grain 1/ ..............:   88,192      92,178      81,446              
Corn for silage ................:     (NA)                   5,567              
Hay, all .......................:     (NA)        (NA)      59,862     58,973   
  Alfalfa ......................:     (NA)                  19,956              
  All other ....................:     (NA)                  39,906              
Oats ...........................:    3,138       2,839       1,263              
Proso millet ...................:      390                     363              
Rice ...........................:    3,636       3,018       3,615              
Rye ............................:    1,211                     265              
Sorghum for grain 1/ ...........:    5,404       5,645       4,808              
Sorghum for silage .............:     (NA)                     273              
Wheat, all .....................:   53,603      58,021      47,637              
  Winter .......................:   37,335      41,229      31,749     32,039   
  Durum ........................:    2,570       2,365       2,529              
  Other spring .................:   13,698      14,427      13,359              
                                :                                               
Oilseeds                        :                                               
Canola .........................:  1,448.8     1,611.8     1,431.0              
Cottonseed .....................:      (X)         (X)         (X)              
Flaxseed .......................:      421         420         418              
Mustard seed ...................:     50.5                    48.1              
Peanuts ........................:  1,288.0     1,237.0     1,255.0              
Rapeseed .......................:      2.3                     2.2              
Safflower ......................:    175.0                   167.7              
Soybeans for beans .............:   77,404      76,609      76,616              
Sunflower ......................:  1,951.5     1,805.0     1,873.8              
                                :                                               
Cotton, tobacco, and sugar crops:                                               
Cotton, all ....................: 10,974.2    12,565.5    10,698.7              
  Upland .......................: 10,770.0    12,313.0    10,497.0              
  American Pima ................:    204.2       252.5       201.7              
Sugarbeets .....................:  1,171.4     1,187.1     1,155.7              
Sugarcane ......................:     (NA)                   883.2              
Tobacco ........................:     (NA)        (NA)       337.5      336.5   
                                :                                               
Dry beans, peas, and lentils    :                                               
Austrian winter peas ...........:     31.2        20.0        17.9              
Dry edible beans ...............:  1,911.4     1,303.5     1,842.7              
Dry edible peas ................:    756.0       586.0       711.4              
Lentils ........................:    658.0       710.0       634.0              
Wrinkled seed peas .............:     (NA)                    (NA)              
                                :                                               
Potatoes and miscellaneous      :                                               
Coffee (Hawaii) ................:     (NA)                     6.3              
Hops ...........................:     (NA)                    31.3              
Peppermint oil .................:     (NA)                    71.3              
Potatoes, all ..................:  1,021.5                 1,004.7              
  Spring .......................:     88.8        93.1        85.9       90.5   
  Summer .......................:     39.0                    37.5              
  Fall .........................:    893.7                   881.3              
Spearmint oil ..................:     (NA)                    18.6              
Sweet potatoes .................:    119.8       126.7       116.9              
Taro (Hawaii) 2/ ...............:     (NA)                     0.5              
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(NA)  Not available.                                                            
(X)   Not applicable.                                                           
1/    Area planted for all purposes.                                            
2/    Area is total acres in crop, not harvested acres.                         

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