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The state of food and agriculture, 1968 - FAO

The state of food and agriculture, 1968 - FAO

The state of food and agriculture, 1968 -

THE STATE OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURE 1968

  • Page 2 and 3: THE STATE OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURE 1
  • Page 4 and 5: The statistical material in this pu
  • Page 6 and 7: AGnicuuruRAL PoLiciEs AN D DEVELOPM
  • Page 8 and 9: Figures 1I-1. Trends in food produc
  • Page 10 and 11: Credit facilities too will have to
  • Page 12 and 13: in the Far East, where (in spite of
  • Page 14 and 15: Organizational and institutional re
  • Page 16 and 17: In the developing countries there w
  • Page 18 and 19: 200 I 80 160 140 120 ALL DEVELOPING
  • Page 20 and 21: supplies of roughage and hay in a n
  • Page 22 and 23: Groundnuts Coffee Rice (milled equi
  • Page 24 and 25: TABLE II-4. - ESTIMATED WORLD 1 CAT
  • Page 26 and 27: countries, including Japan, Republi
  • Page 28 and 29: After declining for the past three
  • Page 30 and 31: for food products was somewhat weak
  • Page 32 and 33: Developing countries In contrast to
  • Page 34 and 35: Earnings from agricultural exports
  • Page 36 and 37: obtained in 1964. As in the previou
  • Page 38 and 39: TABLE II-10. INDICES OF WORLD' AVER
  • Page 40 and 41: eflecting the continued heavy press
  • Page 42 and 43: Volume TABLE 11-1 1. - INDICES OF T
  • Page 44 and 45: LATIN AMERICA Imports Exports 1 Min
  • Page 46 and 47: share of increments in domestic con
  • Page 48 and 49: enefits from this additional liquid
  • Page 50 and 51: United Kingdom, which together supp
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    neusand roe triC tonS 800- LATI N A

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    TABLE 11-17. - WI4OLESALE PRICES OF

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    considerably. Guaranteed prices for

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    As a result of the generally better

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    TABLE II-21. - MAIN FEATURES OE CUR

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    allotments and poor growing conditi

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    are often rural and agricultural in

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    In 1968 state investment in agricul

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    ones that are being formulated, cle

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    1968. Investment funds for agricult

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    Iran has started implementing its f

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    of past planning experience and is

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    ación de Fomento de la Producción

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    number of questions such as the bes

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    tivity up to this ceiling. This inv

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    FIGURE 111-1. - CHANGES IN CoMBINED

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    FIGURE III-3. GROSS AGRICULTURAL OU

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    TABL 111-2. FIELD TRIALS COMPARING

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    Some of the main new cereal varieti

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    of land for the production of pulse

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    More study is needed of the water r

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    of the Kushtian unit give a benefit

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    Iran field trials with rice, wheat

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    ment, their relatively low cost, an

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    FIGURE ItI-7. ANIMAL AND TRACTOR PO

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    cessfully in a number of countries,

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    TABLE --- RELATIONSHIP 1313TWEEN BE

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    in others. For the immediate future

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    Much valuable research has been don

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    ticular importance with regard to v

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    covers only part of total demand. W

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    achieved in recent years in creatin

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    to consist mainly of purchases of p

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    policies, as well as for the microe

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    The slow increase in per caput food

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    the effect of reducing storage risk

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    Laboratory experiments under carefu

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    y weight without deduction for mois

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    may be plastered over the plaited f

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    or where the structure is divided i

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    CAPITAL COSTS TABLE IV-3. - COSTS O

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    y reducing the likelihood of haulin

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    at all times. In the developed coun

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    y contracting out the primary buyin

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    eduction of seasonal fluctuations i

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    TABLE 1V-8. APPROXIMATE RUNNING cos

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    Since in many developing countries

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    o wnership of storage facilities is

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    World Food Program to establish nat

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    Production index numbers 1 The indi

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    ANNEX 1ABLE IA. - TOTAL AGRICULTURA

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    ANNEX TABLE 1B. - PER CAPUT AGRICUL

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    ANNEX TABLE 2A. - TOTAL FOOD PRODUC

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    ANNEX TABLE 2B. PER CAPUT FOOD PROD

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    WESTERN EUROPE ANNEX TABLE 3B. - RE

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    ANNEX TABLE 3B. - REGIONAL PRODUCTI

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    ANNEX TABLE 4. - TOTAL CATCH (LIVEW

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    WORLD Fuelwood Industrial roundwood

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    WHEAT United States Canada Argentin

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    Wheat Rice Barley Oats Maize Grain

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    Hungary Ireland It* Netherlands Nor

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    Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa

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    ANNEX TABLE 8A. PER CAPUT FOOD SUPP

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    OcEANIA Australia ANNEX TABLE SA. P

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    9 Sudan ... '2030 "72 040 1 940 ...

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    iudan .1 ... ... ... ... 064.6 0065

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    WESTERN EUROPE ANNEX TABLE 913. - V

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    AFR1cA ANNEX TABLE 9B. - VOLUME OF

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    ANNEX TABLE 9C. - VOLUME OF REGIONA

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    OCEANIA ANNEX TABLE 10. - VOLUME OP

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    Exports WORLD ANNEX TABLE 11. - VOL

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    FAR Easr' ANNEX TABLE Il.- VOLUME O

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    ANNEX TABLE 12A. WORLD AND REGIONAL

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    ANNEX TABLE 12A. WORLD AND REGIONAL

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    OCEANIA ANNEX TABLE 12 B. - WORLD A

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    ANNEX TABLE 13. - WoRLD' AVERAGE EX

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    ANIVEX TABLE 15. UNITED STATES: EXP

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    AFRICA ANNEX TABLE 16. - YIELDS OF

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    ANNEX TABLE 17. AVERAGE MILK YIELD

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    Argentina Australia Austria Belgium

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