Land area planted with nectarines in New Zealand

Year ended June 2002–2017, hectares

For more information

http://datainfoplus.stats.govt.nz/Item/nz.govt.stats/6362a469-f374-412e-ac25-d76fd0962003#/nz.govt.stats/0a56b634-0447-4cdf-b602-aee87873c8e8/3

Changes to data collection/processing

Changes to the 2019 questionnaire include:
Irrigation – included questions on area actually irrigated
Horticulture – included questions on the area of fruit trees and vines planted, and the area of vegetables and other horticulture crops harvested.
Other livestock – included a question on buffalos
Forestry – did not include questions on forestry production
Wool – did not include questions on the weight of shorn wool sold for different micron ranges.

Data provided by

Stats NZ

Dataset name

Agricultural Production Statistics: Variable by total New Zealand (Annual-Jun) (Final) 2019

Webpage:

http://archive.stats.govt.nz/infoshare/

How to find the data

At URL provided, select 'Industry sectors > Agriculture > Variable by Total New Zealand (Annual-Jun)'.

Import & extraction details

File as imported: Agricultural Production Statistics: Variable by total New Zealand (Annual-Jun) (Final) 2019

From the dataset Agricultural Production Statistics: Variable by total New Zealand (Annual-Jun) (Final) 2019, this data was extracted:

  • Rows: 4-88
  • Columns: 2-399
  • Provided: 4,701 data points

This data forms the table Agriculture - All agricultural production statistics for total New Zealand 1935–2019.

Dataset originally released on:

May 07, 2020

About this dataset

The Agricultural Production Survey is part of an ongoing programme of agricultural production statistics conducted in partnership with the Ministry for Primary Industries. Previous sample surveys were held in 2003–06, 2008–11, and 2013–14, with censuses in 2002, 2007, 2012, and 2017.

Purpose of collection

To collect information about livestock farming (including sheep, beef and dairy cattle, and deer), crop growing (including grain and seed crops), fruit, vegetables, wine grapes, forestry and farm practices (including fertiliser use).