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Canada - Fertilizer consumption per unit of arable land

87.6 (kilograms per hectare) in 2016

In 2016, fertilizer consumption for Canada was 87.6 kilograms per hectare. Though Canada fertilizer consumption fluctuated substantially in recent years, it tended to increase through 2002 - 2016 period ending at 87.6 kilograms per hectare in 2016.

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What is fertilizer consumption?

Fertilizer consumption measures the quantity of plant nutrients used per unit of arable land. Fertilizer products cover nitrogenous, potash, and phosphate fertilizers (including ground rock phosphate). Traditional nutrients--animal and plant manures--are not included. For the purpose of data dissemination, FAO has adopted the concept of a calendar year (January to December). Some countries compile fertilizer data on a calendar year basis, while others are on a split-year basis. Arable land includes land defined by the FAO as land under temporary crops (double-cropped areas are counted once), temporary meadows for mowing or for pasture, land under market or kitchen gardens, and land temporarily fallow. Land abandoned as a result of shifting cultivation is excluded.

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What is Canada fertilizer consumption?

Date Value Change, %
2016 87.6 -4.36 %
2015 91.6 2.46 %
2014 89.4 6.16 %
2013 84.2 -10.54 %
2012 94.2 11.98 %
2011 84.1 21.54 %
2010 69.2 11.20 %
2009 62.2 -2.74 %
2008 64.0 -6.76 %
2007 68.6 45.98 %
2006 47.0 -23.98 %
2005 61.8

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