Acreages of different crops, as reported by the Agricultural Census for 1891 through 1901.

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Agricultural Census Crop Categories, 1891-1901 1901
Wheat 1,347 Show data context
Barley or Bere 3,127 Show data context
Oats 17,808 Show data context
Rye 48 Show data context
Beans 2,811 Show data context
Peas 11 Show data context
Potatoes 3,146 Show data context
Turnips and Swedes 4,188 Show data context
Mangold 27 Show data context
Cabbage, K-Rabi, & Rape 350 Show data context
Vetches or Tares 232 Show data context
Other Green Crops 98 Show data context
CLOVER, SAINFOIN and GRASSES: For Hay 13,209 Show data context
CLOVER, SAINFOIN and GRASSES: Not for Hay 18,835 Show data context
Flax 0 Show data context
Hops 0 Show data context
Small Fruit 128 Show data context
Bare Fallow 935 Show data context
Date: Source:
1901 Ministry of Agriculture, Agricultural Statistics (HM Stationery Office) ,

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The Agricultural Census used this set of crops in its main tabulations by county between 1891 and 1901.

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GB Historical GIS / University of Portsmouth, Stirlingshire ScoCnty through time | Agriculture and Land Use Statistics | Acreages of different crops, as reported by the Agricultural Census for 1891 through 1901., A Vision of Britain through Time.

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Date accessed: 05th June 2020