Rate : Wheat Farming

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Wheat Farming
Rate (R)
CROP_GEN:wheat * 100.0 / AGCEN_AREA_A:total
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This rate presents the acreage of wheat, as recorded by the farm census or similar surveys such as the 1801 Crop Returns. The divisor used to compute a percentage is the total area of the reporting unit, rather than the total acreage of all crops, and this total area has had sometimes to be obtained from other sources such as the Population Census. County and national rates for 1801 are based on only those parishes for which wheat acreage and total area are both available.

Rate " Wheat Farming " is contained within:

Themes, which organise the database into broad topics:

Entity ID Entity Name
T_LAND Agriculture and Land Use

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