Slovenia - Agriculture



Some 285,000 hectares (704,000 acres), or 14% of the total land area, were in use as cropland in 1998. Agriculture contributed about 3% to GDP in 2001; Slovenia was the least agriculturally active of all the republics of the former Yugoslav SFR. Major crops produced in 1999 included: wheat, 117,000 tons; corn, 308,000 tons; potatoes, 194,000 tons; sugar beets, 467,000 tons; and fruit, 207,000 tons (of which grapes accounted for 47%).

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