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 3
ALPHABETICAL LIST OF CROPS, BOTANICAL NAME AND CODE NUMBER

CROP BOTANICAL NAME CROP CODE NUMBER
Abaca (Manila hemp) Musa textilis 2.2.4.1
Alfalfa for fodder } 1.7.1.1
Medicago sativa
Alfalfa for seed } 1.8.2
Almond Prunus dulcis 2.1.7.1
Anise seeds Pimpinella anisum 1.1.4.3.4
Apple Malus sylvestris 2.1.2.1
Apricot Prunus armeniaca 2.1.3.1
Areca (betel nut) Areca catechu 2.2.7.6
Arracha Arracacia xanthorhiza 1.2.9
Arrowroot Maranta arundinacea 1.2.5
Artichoke Cynara scolymus 1.5.1.0.1
Artichoke, Jerusalem Helianthus tuberosus 1.7.5.0.2
Asparagus Asparagus officinalis 1.5.1.0.2
Avocado Persea americona 2.1.6.0.1
Bajra (millet) Pennisetum americanum 1.1.5.1.2
Bambara groundnuts Vigna subterranea 1.3.9
Banana Musa paradisiaca 2.1.6.0.2
Barley Hordeum vulgare 1.1.4
Bean, dry, edible Phaseolus vulgaris 1.3.1
Bean, harvested green Phaseolus vigna spp. 1.5.4.1
Beet, fodder (mangel) } 1.7.5.0.5
Beet, red } 1.5.3.5
Beta vulgaris
Beet, sugar } 1.4.1.2
Beet, sugar for fodder } 1.7.5.0.6
Bergamot Citrus bergamia 2.1.1.6
Betel nut Areca catechu 2.2.7.6
Blackberry Rubus spp. 2.1.5.7
Black pepper Piper nigrum 2.2.3.1
Black wattle Acacia mearnsii 2.2.5.2
Blueberry Vaccinium spp. 2.1.5.1
Brazil nut Bertholletia excelsa 2.1.7.6
Breadfruit Artocarpus altilis 2.1.6.0.3
Broad bean, dry } 1.3.2
Vicia faba
Broad bean, harvested green } 1.5.4.3
Broccoli and cauliflower Brassica oleracea botrytis 1.5.5.1
Broom millet } 1.4.5.4
Sorghum bicolor
Broom sorghum } 1.4.5.4
Brussels sprouts Brassica oleracea gemmifera 1.5.1.0.3
Buckwheat Fagopyrum esculentum 1.1.9
Cabbage (red, white, Savoy) Brassica oleracea capitata 1.5.1.0.4
Cabbage, Chinese Brassica rapa 1.5.1.0.7
Cabbage, for fodder Brassica spp. 1.7.5.0.1
Cacao (cocoa) Theobroma cacao 2.2.1.2
Cantaloupe and other melons Cucumis melo 1.5.2.0.1
Caraway seeds Carum carvi 1.4.3.4
Cardamom Elettaria cardamomum 2.2.3.7
Cardoon Cynara cardunculus 1.5.1.1.5
Carob Ceratonia siliqua 2.1.6.1.5
Carrot, edible } 1.5.3.1
Daucus carota
Carrot, for fodder } 1.7.5.1.0
Cashew nuts Anacardium occidentale 2.1.7.2
Cassava (manioc) Manihot esculenta 1.2.3
Castor bean Ricinus communis 1.4.2.1.0
Cauliflower and broccoli Brassica oleracea botrytis 1.5.5.1
Celeriac } 1.5.3.8
Apium graveolens
Celery } 1.5.3.8
Chayote Sechium edule 1.5.2.1.2
Cherry (including sour) Prunus spp. 2.1.3.2
Chesnut Castanea sativa 2.1.7.4
Chickpea (gram pea) Cicer arietinum 1.3.4
Chicory } 1.4.5.2
Cichorium intybus
Chicory for greens } 1.5.1.0.6
Chilly, dry } 1.4.3.1
Capsicum spp.
Chilly, fresh } 1.5.2.0.2
Chinese cabbage Brassica rapa 1.5.1.0.7
Cinnamon Cinnamomum verum 2.2.3.2
Citronella Cymbopogon nardus 2.2.7.1
Citron Citrus medica 2.1.1.6
Clementine Citrus veticulata 2.1.1.2
Clover for fodder } 1.7.1.2
Trifolium spp.
Clover for seed } 1.8.3
Clove Syzygium aromaticum 2.2.3.3
Cocoa (cacao) Theobroma cacao 2.2.1.2
Coconut Cocos nucifera 2.2.2.1
Cocoyam Colocasia spp.; Xanthosoma spp. 1.2.8
Coffee Coffee spp. 2.2.1.1
Cola Cola spp. 2.2.1.6
Colza (rapeseed) Brassica napus 1.4.2.0.5
Corn (maize) } 1.1.3
Corn (maize), for silage } Zea mays 1.7.3.1
Corn (sweet) } 1.5.5.2
Corn salad Valerianella locusta 1.5.1.1.5
Cotton } 1.4.4.1
Gossypium spp.
Cottonseed } 1.4.2.0.8
Cowpea } 1.3.6
Vigna unguiculata
Cowpea, harvested green } 1.5.4.3
Cranberry Vaccinium spp. 2.1.5.2
Cress Lepidium sativum 1.5.1.0.8
Cucumber Cucumis sativus 1.5.2.0.3
Currants Ribes spp. 2.1.5.3
Custard apple Annona reticulata 2.1.6.0.4
Dasheen Colocasia esculenta 1.2.8
Dates Phoenix dactylifera 2.1.6.0.5
Drumstick tree Moringa oleifera 2.2.3.8
Dry, bean, edible Phaseolus spp. 1.3.1
Dry broad bean Vicia faba 1.3.2
Dry chilli Capsicum spp. 1.4.3.1
Dry garlic Allium sativum 1.2.7
Dry onion Allium cepa 1.2.6
Dry pea, edible Pisum sativum 1.3.3
Dry pepper Capsicum spp. 1.4.3.1
Durum wheat Triticum durum 1.1.1.1.1
1.1.1.2.1
Durra (sorghum) Sorghum bicolor 1.1.5.2
Earth pea (bambara groundnut) Vigna subterranea 1.3.9
Edo (eddoe) Xanthosoma spp.; Colocasia spp. 1.2.8
Eggplant Solanum melongena 1.5.2.0.4
Endive Cichorium endivia 1.5.1.0.9
Esparto grass Lygeum spartum 1.4.5.4
Fennel Foeniculum vulgare 1.5.1.1.5
Fenugreek Trigonella foenumgraecum 1.3.9
Fig Ficus carica 2.1.6.0.6
Filbert (hazelnut) Corylus avellana 2.1.7.5
Fique Furcraea macrophylla 2.2.4.6
Flax for fibre } 1.4.4.2
Linum usitatissimum
Flax for oil seed (linseed) } 1.4.2.0.3
Fodder beet (mangel) Beta vulgaris 1.7.5.0.5
Formio (New Zealand flax) Phormium tenax 2.2.4.4
Garlic, dry } 1.2.7
Allium sativum
Garlic, green } 1.5.3.2
Geranium Pelargonium spp.; Geranium spp. 1.4.3.2
Ginger Zingiber officinalis 2.2.3.4
Gooseberry Ribes spp. 2.1.5.4
Gourd Langenaria spp; Cucurbita spp. 1.5.2.0.5
Gram pea (chickpea) Cicer arietinum 1.3.4
Grapefruit Citrus paradisi 2.1.1.4
Grape } 2.1.4
Grapes for raisins } 2.1.4.3
Vitis vinifera
Grapes for table use } 2.1.4.2
Grapes for wine } 2.1.4.1
Grass esparto Lygeum spartum 1.4.5.4
Grass, orchard Dactylis glomerata 1.7.2.1
Grass, Sudan Sorghum bicolor 1.7.2.1
Green garlic Allium sativum 1.5.3.2
Green onion Allium cepa 1.5.3.3
Groundnut (peanut) Arachis hypogaea 1.4.2.0.1
Guava Psidium guajava 2.1.6.0.7
Guinea corn (sorghum) Sorghum bicolor 1.1.5.2
Hazelnut (filbert) Corylus avellana 2.1.7.5
Hemp fibre Cannabis sativa 1.4.4.3
Hemp, Manila (abaca) Musa textilis 2.2.4.1
Hempseed Cannabis sativa 1.4.2.1.1
Hemp, sunn Crotalaria juncea 1.4.4.5
Henequen Agave fourcroydes 2.2.4.2
Henna Lawsonia inermis 1.4.5.4
Hop Humulus lupulus 2.2.1.4
Horse bean Vicia faba 1.3.2
Horseradish Armoracia rusticana 1.5.3.8
Hybrid maize Zea mays 1.1.3.1
Indigo Indigofera tinctoria 1.4.5.4
Jasmine Jasminum spp. 2.2.6.2
Jerusalem artichoke Helianthus tuberosus 1.7.5.0.2
Jute Corchorus spp. 1.4.4.4
Jowar (sorghum) Sorghum bicolor 1.1.5.2
Kale Brassica oleracea acephala 1.5.1.1.0
Kapok Ceiba pentandra 2.2.4.3
Kenaf Hibiscus cannabinus 1.4.4.5
Kohlrabi Brassica oleracea gongylodes 1.5.3.6
Lavender Lavandula spp. 1.4.3.2
Leek Allium ampeloprasum 1.5.1.1.1
Lemon Citrus limon 2.1.1.3
Lemon grass Cymbopogon citratus 2.2.7.7
Lentil Lens culinaris 1.3.5
Lespedeza Lespendeza spp. 1.7.1.3
Lettuce Lactuca sativa 1.5.1.1.2
Liquorice Glycyrrhiza glabra 1.4.3.3
Lime, sour Citrus aurantifolia 2.1.1.5
Lime, sweet Citrus limetta 2.1.1.6
Linseed (flax for oil seed) Linum usitatissimum 1.4.2.0.3
Litchi Litchi chinensis 2.1.6.1.5
Loquat Eriobotrya japonica 2.1.2.5
Lupine Lupinus spp. 1.3.9
Macadamia (Queensland nut) Macadamia spp. 2.1.7.6
Mace and nutmeg Myristica fragrans 2.2.3.5
Maguey Agave atrovirens 2.2.4.6
Maize (corn) } 1.1.3
Maize (hybrid) } 1.1.3.1
Zea mays
Maize, ordinary } 1.1.3.2
Maize (corn) for silage } 1.7.3.1
Mandarin and tangerine Citrus reticulata 2.1.1.2
Mangel (fodder beet) Beta vulgaris 1.7.5.0.5
Mango Mangifera indica 2.1.6.0.8
Manila hemp (abaca) Musa textilis 2.2.4.1
Manioc (cassava) Manihot esculenta 1.2.3
Maslin (mixed cereals) Mixture of Triticum spp.; Secale cereale 1.1.8
Medlar Mespilus germanica 2.1.2.4
Melon and cantaloupe Cucumis melo 1.5.2.0.1
Millet, proso Penicum miliaceum 1.1.5.1.1
Millet, bajra Pennisetum americanum 1.1.5.1.2
Millet broom Sorghum bicolor 1.4.5.4
Millet, bulrush Pennisetum americanum 1.1.5.1.1
Millet, finger Eleusine coracana 1.1.5.1.1
Millet, Italian Setaria italica 1.1.5.1.2
Millet, Japanese Echinochloa crusgalli 1.1.5.1.2
Millet, pearl Pennisetum americanum 1.1.5.1.1
Millet and sorghum Pennisetum americanum; Eleusine
coracana; Sorghum bicolor 1.1.5
Mint Mentha spp. 1.4.3.2
Mulberry for fruit Morus spp. 2.1.6.1.5
Mulberry for silkworms Morus alba 2.2.7.2
Mushrooms Agaricus spp.; Pleurotus spp. Volvariella 1.6.2.2
Mustard Brassica nigra; Sinapis alba 1.4.2.0.6
Nectarine Prunus persica 2.1.3.5
New Zealand flax (formio) Phormium tenax 2.2.4.4
Niger seed Guizotia abyssinica 1.4.2.1.1
Nutmeg and mace Myristica fragrans 2.2.3.5
Oats, for fodder } 1.7.3.2
Avena spp.
Oats, for grain } 1.1.6
Oil palm Elaeis guineensis 2.2.2.2
Okra Abelmoschus esculentus 1.5.2.0.6
Olive Olea europea 2.2.2.3
Onion, dry } 1.2.6
Onion, green } Allium cepa 1.5.3.3
Onion seed } 1.8.5
Opium Papaver somniferum 1.4.3.3
Orange Citrus sinensis 2.1.1.1
Orange, bitter Citrus aurantium 2.1.1.6
Orchard grass Dactylis glomerata 1.7.2.1
Ornamental plants 1.6.1.2
Palm, oil Elaeis guineensis 2.2.2.2
Palm, sago Metroxylon spp. 2.2.7.3
Palmyra palm Borassus flabellifer 2.2.7.4
Papaya (pawpaw) Carica papaya 2.1.6.0.9
Parsnip Pastinaca sativa 1.5.3.8
Peach Prunus persica 2.1.3.3
Peanut (groundnut) Arachis hypogaea 1.4.2.0.1
Pear Pyrus communis 2.1.2.2
Pea, edible dry } 1.3.3
Pisum sativum
Pea, harvested green } 1.5.4.2
Pecan nut Carya illinoensis 2.1.7.6
Pepper, black Piper nigrum 2.2.3.1
Pepper, dry Capsicum spp. 1.4.3.1
Pepper, sweet Capsicum annuum 1.5.2.0.9
Persimmon Diospyros kaki; Diospyros virginiana 2.1.6.1.0
Pigeon pea Cajanus cajan 1.3.7
Pimento Capsicum annuum 1.4.3.1
Pineapple Ananas comosus 2.1.6.1.1
Pistachio nut Pistacia spp. 2.1.7.6
Plantain Musa paradisiaca 2.1.6.1.2
Plum and prune Prunus domestica 2.1.3.4
Pomegranate Punica granatum 2.1.6.1.3
Pomelo Citrus grandis 2.1.1.4
Poppy seed Papaver somniferum 1.4.2.1.1
Potato Solamum tuberosum 1.2.1
Potato, sweet Ipomoea batatas 1.2.2
Prune and plum Prunus domestica 2.1.3.4
Pumpkin, edible } 1.5.2.0.7
Cucurbita spp.
Pumpkin, for fodder } 1.7.5.0.3
Pyrethum Chrysanthemum cineraraiefolium 1.4.5.3
Quebracho Aspidosperma spp. 2.2.5.3
Queensland nut (Macadamia) Macadamia spp. 2.1.7.6
Quince Cydonia oblonga 2.1.2.3
Quinine Cinchona spp. 2.2.7.5
Quinoa Chenopodium quinoa 1.1.9
Radish Raphanus sativus (including
Cochlearia armoracia) 1.5.3.4
Ramie and rhea Boehmeria nivea 2.2.4.5
Rapeseed (colza) Brassica napus 1.4.2.0.5
Raspberry Rubus spp. 2.1.5.5
Red beet Beta vulgaris 1.5.3.5
Red cabbage Brassica oleracea capitata 1.5.1.0.4
Redtop Agrostis spp. 1.7.2.1
Rhea and ramie Boehmeria nivea 2.2.4.5
Rhubarb Rheum spp. 1.5.1.1.3
Rice Oryza sativa; Oryza glaberrima 1.1.2
Rose Rose spp. 2.2.6.1
Rubber Hevea brasiliensis 2.2.5.1
Rutabaga or swede Brassica napus 1.5.3.6
Rye Secale cereale 1.1.7
Ryegrass seed Lolium spp. 1.8.4
Safflower seed Carthamus tinctorius 1.4.2.0.9
Sago palm Metroxylon spp. 2.2.7.3
Sainfoin Onobrychis viciifolia 1.7.1.3
Salad, corn Valerianella locusta 1.5.1.1.2
Salsify Tragopogon porrifolius 1.5.3.8
Sapodilla Achras sapota 2.1.6.1.4
Satsuma Citrus reticulata 2.1.1.2
Savoy cabbage Brassica ileracea capitata 1.5.1.0.4
Scorzonera Scorzonera hispanica 1.5.3.8
Sesame Sesamum indicum 1.4.2.0.7
Shea butter Butyrospermum paradoxum 2.2.2.4
Sisal Agave sislana 2.2.4.2
Sorghum } 1.1.5.2
Sorghum, broom } 1.4.5.4
Sorghum, durra } 1.1.5.2
Sorghum bicolor
Sorghum, Guinea corn } 1.1.5.2
Sorghum, jowar } 1.1.5.2
Sorghum, sweet } 1.4.1.3
Sour lime Citrus aurantifolia 2.1.1.5
Soybean } 1.4.2.0.2
Glycine max
Soybean hay } 1.7.1.3
Spelt Triticum spelta 1.1.9
Spinach Spinacia oleracea 1.5.1.1.4
Spring barley Hordeum vulgare 1.1.4.2
Spring rye Secale cereale 1.1.7.2
Spring wheat } 1.1.1.2
Spring wheat, hard } Triticum aestivum 1.1.1.2.1
Spring wheat, soft } 1.1.1.2.2
Sprouts, Brussels Brassica oleracea gemmifera 1.5.1.0.3
Squash Cucurbita spp. 1.5.2.0.8
Strawberry Fragaria spp. 2.1.5.6
Sudan grass Sorghum bicolor Sudanense 1.7.2.1
Sugar beet } 1.4.1.2
Sugar beet for fodder } Beta vulgaris 1.7.5.0.6
Sugar beet for seed } 1.8.1
Sugarcane for fodder } 1.7.5.0.7
Sugarcane for sugar } Saccharum officinarum 1.4.1.1
Sugarcane for thatching } 1.4.5.4
Sunflower for fodder } 1.7.5.0.4
Helianthus annuus
Sunflower for oil seed } 1.4.2.0.4
Sunhemp Crotalaria juncea 1.4.4.5
Swede (rutabaga) } 1.5.3.6
Brassica napus
Swede for fodder } 1.7.5.0.8
Sweet corn Zea mays 1.5.5.2
Sweet lime Citrus limetta 2.1.1.6
Sweet pepper Capsicum annuum 1.5.2.0.9
Sweet potato Iopmoea batatas 1.2.2
Sweet sorghum Sorghum bicolor 1.4.1.3
Tangerine and mandarin Citrus reticulata 2.1.1.2
Tannia Xanthosoma sagittifolium 1.2.8
Tapioca (cassava) Manihot esculenta 1.2.3
Taro Colocasia esculenta 1.2.8
Tea Camellia sinensis 2.2.1.3
Teff Eragrostis abyssinica 1.1.9
Timothy Phleum pratense 1.7.2.1
Tobacco Nicotiana tabacum 1.4.5.1
Tomato Lycopersicum esculentum 1.5.2.1.0
Trefoil Lotus spp. 1.8.6
Tung tree Aleurites spp. 2.2.2.4
Turnip, edible } 1.5.3.7
Brassica rapa
Turnip, for fodder } 1.7.5.0.9
Urena (Congo jute) Urena lobata 1.4.4.5
Vanilla Vanilla planifolia 2.2.3.6
Vetch for grain Vicia sativa 1.3.8
Walnut Juglans spp. 2.1.7.3
Watermelon Citrullus lanatus 1.5.2.1.1
Wattle, black Acacia mearnsii 2.2.5.2
Wheat Triticum spp. 1.1.1
White cabbage Brassica oleracea capitata 1.5.1.0.4
Winter barley Hordeum spp. 1.1.4.1
Winter rye Secale cereale 1.1.7.1
Winter wheat } 1.1.1.1
Winter wheat, hard } Triticum aestivum 1.1.1.1.1
Winter wheat, soft } 1.1.1.1.2
Yams Dioscorea spp. 1.2.4
Yerba mate Ilex paraguariensis 2.2.1.5