Crop yield

Crop yield,

Definition of Crop yield:

  1. The measure of grains or seeds generated from a unit of land expressed as kilograms per hectare. Also called agricultural output.

  2. Crop yield is a measurement of the amount of agricultural production harvested—yield of a crop—per unit of land area. Crop yield is the measure most often used for cereal, grain, or legumes and typically is measured in bushels or pounds per acre in the U.S. Sample sizes of a harvested crop are generally measured to determine the estimated crop yield.

  3. To estimate crop yield, producers usually count the amount of a given crop harvested in a sample area. Then the harvested crop is weighed, and the crop yield of the entire field is extrapolated from the sample.

How to use Crop yield in a sentence?

  1. The U.S. government monitors crop yields of foreign countries to maintain a pulse on their economic health. Other superpower governments now publish their crop yield reports. .
  2. Advancements in farming techniques, utilization of fertilizers, and a robust economy are contributing factors to record crop production in recent years. .
  3. The U.S. Department of Agriculture provides monthly crop yield reports of 23 products ranging from rice to tobacco.
  4. Sample sizes of a harvested crop are measured to determine the estimated crop yield.

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