Use of arable land by county/country and crop. Year 1981 - 2007
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Footnotes

crop
The specification of crops has changed during the years, which means that some crops does not exist for all years and some crops have been aggregated compared to the specification in the data collection. Triticale was introduced in 1993 but was in 1990-1992 included in Mixed grain and triticale. White mustard and Other oil seed crops, which during some years was collected as a separate crop, is for the whole period presented under the heading Other crops. Green fodder is for the years 1993-1995 aggregated to Temporary grass. Pasture and grass for hay or silage are aggregated for the whole period.
region
03 Uppsala county
Since 1 January 2007, Uppsala county has been expanded to include Heby municipality. Please note that the figures for the county are not comparable with earlier figures.
19 Västmanland county
Since 1 January 2007, Västmanland county no longer includes Heby municipality. Please note that the figures for the county are not comparable with earlier figures.

Contact and information

Information

Official statistics
Yes
Latest update
2008-09-12
Contact
Jimmie Enhäll, Swedish Board of Agriculture
+46 036-15 63 42
jimmie.enhall@jordbruksverket.se

Unit
Arable land, hectares:
hectares
Reference time
Arable land, hectares:
June
Data type
Arable land, hectares:
Stock
Day adjusted
Arable land, hectares:
No
Seasonally adjusted
Arable land, hectares:
No
Creation date
2019-08-18
Responsible authority
Swedish Board of Agriculture
Matrix
JO0104D1