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Consumption of Sorghum in the Brazil

2.3 million metric tons in 2013

Between 2011 and 2013, sorghum of Brazil grew substantially from 2.08 to 2.3 million metric tons rising at an increasing annual rate that reached a maximum of 5.75% in 2013.

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Date Value Change, %
2013 2.30 5.75 %
2012 2.18 4.82 %
2011 2.08
Argentina 2.3 million metric tons in 2013 USDA
Area 927,987 Ha in 2017 FAO
Seed 221,047 tonnes in 2016 FAO
Yield 246,141 Hg/Ha in 2017 FAO
Cassava Equivalent 15,803 1000 US$ in 2016 FAO
Cereals 117,784,130 tonnes in 2017 FAO + 2 others
Cocoa Beans 590,813 Ha in 2017 FAO + 2 others
Fibre Crops 1,292,705 Ha in 2014 FAO
Fruit and Vegetables 3,066,245 1000 US$ in 2016 FAO
Fruits 182,804 Hg/Ha in 2017 FAO
Oilcrops 51,789,205 tonnes in 2016 FAO + 2 others
Olives 13,214 Hg/Ha in 2017 FAO + 2 others
Other Bastfibres 2,807 tonnes in 2017 FAO + 1 other
Pulses 3,045,872 tonnes in 2017 FAO + 1 other
Rape 57,000 tonnes in 2017 FAO + 2 others
Seed cotton 927,987 Ha in 2017 FAO + 1 other
Sisal 84,861 Ha in 2017 FAO + 1 other
Sugar Beet 1000 US$ in 2015 FAO
Sugar Cane 615,839.85 Tonnes, Thousands in 2018 OECD + 2 others
Tobacco 15,812 tonnes in 2016 FAO
Triticale 16,274 Ha in 2017 FAO + 1 other
Vegetables 367,702 Ha in 2017 FAO
Vegetables and Melons 486,603 Ha in 2016 FAO
Yams 250,400 tonnes in 2017 FAO + 1 other

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