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India - Wheat area harvested

30,600,000 (ha) in 2017

In 2017, wheat area harvested for India was 30.6 million ha. Wheat area harvested of India increased from 15 million ha in 1968 to 30.6 million ha in 2017 growing at an average annual rate of 1.54 %.

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What is wheat area harvested?

Triticum spp.: common (T. aestivum) durum (T. durum) spelt (T. spelta). Common and durum wheat are the main types. Among common wheat, the main varieties are spring and winter, hard and soft, and red and white. At the national level, different varieties should be reported separately, reflecting their different uses. Used mainly for human food.

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What is India wheat area harvested?

Date Value Change, %
2017 30,600,000 0.59 %
2016 30,420,000 -3.34 %
2015 31,470,000 3.28 %
2014 30,470,000 2.77 %
2013 29,650,000 -0.70 %
2012 29,860,000 2.72 %
2011 29,068,600 2.15 %
2010 28,457,400 2.54 %
2009 27,752,400 -1.02 %
2008 28,038,600 0.16 %
2007 27,994,500 5.71 %
2006 26,483,600