Jute and jute-like fiber area harvested

hectares, 1961–2014

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    1961 Ranking
    1. India 1,546,515.00
    2. Bangladesh 864,900.00
    3. Thailand 199,817.00
    4. China 66,000.00
    5. Brazil 45,428.00
    6. Nepal 30,000.00
    7. Soviet Union 25,000.00
    8. Taiwan 11,052.00
    9. Iran 9,036.00
    10. Congo (Kinshasa) 9,000.00
    11. Pakistan 8,100.00
    12. Vietnam 8,100.00
    13. Burma (Myanmar) 5,522.00
    14. Indonesia 3,000.00
    15. South Africa 2,300.00
    16. Egypt 2,000.00
    17. Madagascar 2,000.00
    18. Cambodia 1,897.00
    19. Spain 1,610.00
    20. Angola 1,500.00
    21. Zimbabwe 1,500.00
    22. Mozambique 1,000.00
    23. Cuba 1,000.00
    24. El Salvador 800.00
    25. Peru 750.00
    26. Guatemala 700.00
    27. Japan 360.00
    2014 Ranking
    1. India 828,496.00
    2. Bangladesh 667,992.00
    3. Burma (Myanmar) 15,220.00
    4. China 13,671.00
    5. Russia 13,200.00
    6. Nepal 11,350.00
    7. Chile 11,087.00
    8. Congo (Kinshasa) 9,300.00
    9. Mozambique 6,964.00
    10. Brazil 6,625.00
    11. Zimbabwe 4,154.00
    12. Thailand 2,595.00
    13. Mali 2,545.00
    14. Malaysia 2,396.00
    15. Indonesia 2,349.00
    16. El Salvador 1,926.00
    17. Uzbekistan 1,850.00
    18. Cuba 1,800.00
    19. Angola 1,172.00
    20. South Africa 1,135.00
    21. Nigeria 1,040.00
    22. Egypt 1,019.00
    23. Pakistan 665.00
    24. Central African Republic 531.00
    25. Madagascar 446.00
    26. Guatemala 400.00
    27. Cambodia 263.00
    28. Vietnam 254.00
    29. Cameroon 244.00
    30. Peru 171.00
    31. Bhutan 85.00

    Harvested area refers to the area from which a crop is gathered. Area harvested, therefore, excludes the area from which, although sown or planted, there was no harvest due to damage, failure, and so forth. It is usually net for temporary crops and sometimes gross for permanent crops. Net area differs from gross area insofar as the latter includes uncultivated patches, footpaths, ditches, headlands, shoulders, shelterbelts, and so on.

    Source: FAO Source: fao.org