agcensus.P12

FAO STATISTICAL DEVELOPMENT SERIES
No 5
PROGRAMME FOR THE WORLD CENSUS OF AGRICULTURE 2000
(WCA 2000)
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
Rome, 1995

APPENDIX 4

CROP LIST

This crop list is not exhaustive, nor do all crops listed apply to any one country. Crops grown but deleted from the proposed list should be reported under 19: "Other temporary crops n.e.s." or 23: "Other permanent crops n.e.s." To simplify the list, the product name rather than the crop has been used.
1 Temporary crops
1.1 Cereals harvested for grain

1.1.1 Wheat
1.1.1.1Winter wheat
1.1.1.1.1 Hard wheat (including durum and semihard wheat)
1.1.1.1.2 Soft wheat
1.1.1.2Spring wheat
1.1.1.2.1 Hard wheat (including durum and semihard wheat)
1.1.1.2.2 Soft wheat
1.1.2 Rice
1.1.2.1Wetland (lowland)
1.1.2.2Dryland (upland)
1.1.3 Maize (corn)
1.1.3.1Hybrid maize
1.1.3.2Ordinary maize
1.1.4 Barley
1.1.4.1Winter barley
1.1.4.2 Spring barley
1.1.5 Millet and Sorghum
1.1.5.1Millet
1.1.5.1.1 Finger millet (for example, pearl millet, bullrush millet)
1.1.5.1.2 Other millet (for example, bajra, Japanese millet)
1.1.5.2Sorghum (for example, jowar, Guinea corn, durra)
1.1.6 Oats
1.1.7 Rye
1.1.7.1Winter rye
1.1.7.2Spring rye
1.1.8 Mixed cereals for grain (for example, maslin spelt, teff)
1.2 Tuber, root and bulk crops
1.2.1 Potato
1.2.2 Sweet potato
1.2.3 Cassava (manioc, tapioca)
1.2.4 Yam
1.2.5 Arrowroot
1.2.6 Dry onion
1.2.7 Dry garlic
1.2.8 Taro (cocoyam, dasheen, edoe, tannia)
1.2.9 Others n.e.s.
1.3Leguminous plants mainly for grain (excluding soybean and groundnut)
1.3.1 Edible dry beans
1.3.2 Dry broad bean (horse bean)
1.3.3 Edible dry peas
1.3.4 Chick pea (gram)
1.3.5 Lentil
1.3.6 Cowpea
1.3.7 Pigeon pea
1.3.8 Vetches
1.3.9Others n.e.s. (for example, lupines, fenugreek, bambara nut)
1.4 Crops mainly for industrial purposes
1.4.1 Sugar crops
1.4.1.1Sugar cane
1.4.1.2Sugar beet
1.4.1.3Others n.e.s. (for example, sweet sorghum)
1.4.2 Oilseed crops
1.4.2.0.1 Groundnut (peanut)
1.4.2.0.2 Soybean
1.4.2.0.3 Flax (linseed)
1.4.2.0.4 Sunflower
1.4.2.0.5 Rapeseed (colza)
1.4.2.0.6 Mustard
1.4.2.0.7 Sesame
1.4.2.0.8 Cottonseed
1.4.2.0.9 Safflower seed
1.4.2.1.0 Castor bean
1.4.2.1.1 Others n.e.s. (for example, hempseed, poppy seed, niger seed)
1.4.3Spices, condiments, aromatic and medicinal plants
1.4.3.1Dry peppers, pimento or chilli
1.4.3.2Oil plants for essence (for example, geranium, lavender, mint)
1.4.3.3Medicinal plants (for example, opium, liquorice)
1.4.3.4Others n.e.s. (for example, aniseed, caraway seed)
1.4.4 Fibre crops
1.4.4.1Cotton
1.4.4.2Flax for fibre
1.4.4.3Hemp for fibre
1.4.4.4Jute
1.4.4.5Others n.e.s. (for example, sunn hemp, kenaf, urena)
1.4.5 Other industrial crops
1.4.5.1Tobacco
1.4.5.1.1 Fluecured
1.4.5.1.1 Other types
1.4.5.2Chicory
1.4.5.3Pyrethrum
1.4.5.4Others n.e.s. (e.g. indigo, heena, broom millet, broom sorghum, esparto grass, sugar cane for thatching)
1.5 Vegetables mainly for human consumption
1.5.1 Leafy or stem vegetables
1.5.1.0.1 Artichokes
1.5.1.0.2 Asparagus
1.5.1.0.3 Brussels sprouts
1.5.1.0.4 Cabbage (red, white, savoy)
1.5.1.0.5 Celery
1.5.1.0.6 Chicory for greens
1.5.1.0.7 Chinese cabbage
1.5.1.0.8 Cress
1.5.1.0.9 Endive
1.5.1.1.0 Kale
1.5.1.1.1 Leek
1.5.1.1.2 Salad crops
1.5.1.1.3 Rhubarb
1.5.1.1.4 Spinach
1.5.1.1.5 Others n.e.s. (for example, cardoon, fennel, corn salad)
1.5.2 Fruitbearing vegetables
1.5.2.0.1 Cantaloupe and other melons
1.5.2.0.2 Chilli (fresh)
1.5.2.0.3 Cucumber
1.5.2.0.4 Eggplant
1.5.2.0.5 Gourd
1.5.2.0.6 Okra
1.5.2.0.7 Pumpkin
1.5.2.0.8 Squash
1.5.2.0.9 Sweet pepper
1.5.2.1.0 Tomato
1.5.2.1.1 Watermelon
1.5.2.1.2 Others n.e.s. (for example chayot)
1.5.3 Root, bulb and tuberous vegetables
1.5.3.1Carrot
1.5.3.2Green garlic
1.5.3.3Green onion
1.5.3.4 Radish
1.5.3.5Red beet
1.5.3.6Rutabagas or swedes and kohlrabi
1.5.3.7Turnips
1.5.3.8Others n.e.s. (for example, celeriac, horseradish, parsnip, sconzonera, salsify)
1.5.4 Leguminous vegetables harvested green
1.5.4.1Beans
1.5.4.2Peas
1.5.4.3Others n.e.s. (for example, broad bean, cowpea)
1.5.5 Other vegetables
1.5.5.1Cauliflower and broccoli
1.5.5.2Corn (sweet)
1.5.5.3Others n.e.s.
1.6 Special horticultural cultivation
1.6.1 Grown in the open
1.6.1.1Flowers, bulbs and corms
1.6.1.2Ornamental plants
1.6.1.3Others n.e.s.
1.6.2Cultivation under protective cover (for example, glass, plastic
1.6.2.1Vegetables
1.6.2.2Mushrooms
1.6.2.3Flowers and ornamental plants
1.6.2.4Others n.e.s.
1.7Fodder crops (for grazing or cut for hay, green feed or silage)
1.7.1 Leguminous forage crops
1.7.1.1Alfalfa
1.7.1.2Clover
1.7.1.3Others n.e.s. (for example, lespedeza, sainfoin, soybean hay)
1.7.2 Grasses
1.7.2.1Grown alone (for example, timothy, red top, orchard grass, Sudan grass)
1.7.2.2Mixed grasses
1.7.3 Cereals
1.7.3.1Maize (corn) for silage
1.7.3.2Oats
1.7.3.3Others n.e.s.
1.7.4 Mixed legumes, grasses and cereals
1.7.5 Other fodder crops, n.e.s.
1.7.5.0.1 Cabbage
1.7.5.0.2 Jerusalem artichokes
1.7.5.0.3 Pumpkin
1.7.5.0.4 Sunflower
1.7.5.0.5 Mangel (fodder beet)
1.7.5.0.6 Sugar beet
1.7.5.0.7 Sugar cane
1.7.5.0.8 Swede
1.7.5.0.9 Turnip
1.7.5.1.0 Others n.e.s. (for example, carrot)
1.8 Crops grown mainly for the production of seed
1.8.1 Seed of sugarbeet
1.8.2 Alfalfa seed
1.8.3 Clover seed
1.8.4 Ryegrass seed
1.8.5 Onion seed
1.8.6 Others n.e.s. (for example trefoil)

1.9 Other temporary crops n.e.s.
2 Permanent crops
2.1 Fruit and nut trees
2.1.1 Citrus fruit
2.1.1.1Oranges
2.1.1.2Mandarin and Tangerine (including clementine and satsuma)
2.1.1.3Lemon
2.1.1.4Grapefruit and pomelo
2.1.1.5Sour lime
2.1.1.6Others n.e.s. (for example, bitter orange, sweet lime, citron, bergamot)
2.1.2 Pome fruit
2.1.2.1Apple
2.1.2.2Pear
2.1.2.3Quince
2.1.2.4Medlar
2.1.2.5Others n.e.s. (for example, loquat)
2.1.3 Stone fruit
2.1.3.1Apricot
2.1.3.2Cherry (including sour)
2.1.3.3Peach

2.1.3.4 Plum and prune
2.1.3.5Others n.e.s. (for example, nectarine)
2.1.4 Grapes
2.1.4.1Grapes for wine
2.1.4.2Grapes for table use
2.1.4.3Grapes for raisins
2.1.5 Small cultivated fruit
2.1.5.1Blueberry
2.1.5.2Cranberry
2.1.5.3Currants
2.1.5.4Gooseberry
2.1.5.5Raspberry
2.1.5.6Strawberry
2.1.5.7Others n.e.s. (for example, blackberry)
2.1.6 Other cultivated fruit
2.1.6.0.1 Avocado
2.1.6.0.2 Banana
2.1.6.0.3 Breadfruit
2.1.6.0.4 Custard apple
2.1.6.0.5 Date
2.1.6.0.6 Fig
2.1.6.0.7 Guava
2.1.6.0.8 Mango
2.1.6.0.9 Papaya
2.1.6.1.0 Persimmon
2.1.6.1.1 Pineapple
2.1.6.1.2 Plantain
2.1.6.1.3 Pomegranate
2.1.6.1.4 Sapodilla
2.1.6.1.5 Other n.e.s. (for example, lychee, carob)
2.1.7 Edible nuts
2.1.7.1Almond
2.1.7.2Cashew
2.1.7.3Walnut
2.1.7.4Chestnut
2.1.7.5Hazelnut (filbert)
2.1.7.6Other n.e.s. (for example, pecan, pistachio, Brazil, Macadamia (Queensland) but excluding coconut)
2.2 Permanent crops mainly for industrial purposes
2.2.1 Beverage crops
2.2.1.1Coffee
2.2.1.2Cocoa (cacao)
2.2.1.3Tea
2.2.1.4Hops
2.2.1.5Yerba mate
2.2.1.6Others n.e.s. (for example, cola)
2.2.2 Oil crops
2.2.2.1Coconut
2.2.2.2Oil palm
2.2.2.3Olive
2.2.2.4Others n.e.s. (for example, tung tree, shea butter tree)
2.2.3 Spices and aromatic crops
2.2.3.1Black pepper
2.2.3.2Cinnamon
2.2.3.3Clove
2.2.3.4 Ginger
2.2.3.5Nutmeg and spice
2.2.3.6Vanilla
2.2.3.7Cardamon
2.2.3.8Others n.e.s. (for example, drumstick)
2.2.4 Fibre crops
2.2.4.1Abaca (Manila hemp)
2.2.4.2Agave plants (for example, drumstick)
2.2.4.3Kapok
2.2.4.4New Zealand flax (formio)
2.2.4.5Ramie and rhea
2.2.4.6Others n.e.s. (for example, fique, maguey)
2.2.5 Rubber and tanning crops
2.2.5.1Rubber (hevea)
2.2.5.2Black wattle
2.2.5.3Quebracho
2.2.5.4Others n.e.s.
2.2.6 Flower crops
2.2.6.1Roses
2.2.6.2Jasmine
2.2.6.3Others n.e.s.
2.2.7 Other industrial crops
2.2.7.1Citronella
2.2.7.2Mulberry for silkworms
2.2.7.3Sago palm
2.2.7.4Palmyra plam
2.2.7.5Quinine
2.2.7.6Areca (betel) nut
2.2.7.7Others n.e.s. (for example, lemon grass)
2.3 Other permanent crops n.e.s.
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