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Crop Production

Located in the heart of the Canadian Prairies, Saskatchewan is home to more than 40% of Canada’s cultivated farmland – some of the most productive land in the world.

With a vast, productive land base and a collaborative approach to crop development research, Saskatchewan is playing an increasingly important role as a major food supplier to the world’s rapidly growing population.

Adapted from Statistics Canada, Table: 32-10-0359-01 (Crop Production). This does not constitute an endorsement by Statistics Canada of this product.

Highlights

  • In 2018, Saskatchewan's total crop production increased by 1.6% to 35.0 million tonnes.  Large production volume increases were seen in the "Chick Peas" category (189.2%),  and mustard (42.5%).
  • In 2018, Barley, Chick Peas, Wheat, and Mustard increased their seeded crop area, in acres, by 15.8%,130.4%, 14.6%, and 29.5% respectively. There are approximately 12.4 million acres of canola planted in Saskatchewan,

Canada's crop production and seeding data, click Here

Adapted from Statistics Canada, Table: 32-10-0359-01 (Crop Production). This does not constitute an endorsement by Statistics Canada of this product.

Adapted from Statistics Canada, Table: 32-10-0359-01 (Crop Production). This does not constitute an endorsement by Statistics Canada of this product.

Released: April 17, 2019

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