July estimates of production of principal field crops1
|2011||2012||July 2013p||2011 to 2012||2012 to July 2013|
|thousands of tonnes||thousands of tonnes||thousands of tonnes||% change||% change|
|Total wheat2||25 118||27 063||30 562||7.7||12.9|
|Spring wheat||17 866||18 720||21 830||4.8||16.6|
|Durum wheat||4 172||4 627||5 117||10.9||10.6|
|Winter wheat||3 080||3 716||3 615||20.7||-2.7|
|Canola||14 552||13 219||14 735||-9.2||11.5|
|Corn for grain||11 297||12 954||13 075||14.7||0.9|
|Barley||7 725||7 833||8 807||1.4||12.4|
|Soybeans||4 235||4 858||4 798||14.7||-1.2|
|Dry field peas||2 502||2 830||3 304||13.1||16.8|
|Oats||3 040||2 599||2 907||-14.5||11.9|
|Lentils||1 523||1 473||1 573||-3.3||6.8|
Figures may not add up to totals as a result of rounding.
Effective July 2013, the Canadian totals for the July, September and March Farm surveys on crops will not include data for the provinces of Newfoundland and Labrador, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and British Columbia. Crop production in these provinces account for 2% to 4% of the national total, and are excluded as a result of concerns over data quality. The data for these provinces will be available twice a year in the June Farm survey on seeded area estimates and in the November Farm survey on final crop production estimates.
Total wheat is the sum of winter wheat, spring wheat and durum wheat.
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