Congo, Republic of the Congo, Republic of the: Cassava, production quantity (tons)


The data set "Cassava, production quantity (tons)" for Congo, Republic of the contains data from the year 1961 until 2016.
Manioc, mandioca, yuca (Manihot esculenta, syn. M. utilissima); yuca dulce (M. palmata, syn. M. dulcis). A semi-permanent crop grown in tropical and subtropical regions. Sometimes bitter and sweet cassavas are referred to as separate species, the former being M. esculenta and the latter M. palmata, but this is incorrect since the toxicity varies according to location. Cassava is the staple food in many tropical countries. It is not traded internationally in its fresh state because tubers deteriorate very rapidly. Figures relate to the total domestic production whether inside or outside the agricultural sector, i.e. it includes non-commercial production and production from kitchen gardens. Unless otherwise indicated, production is reported at the farm level.
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Cassava, production quantity (tons)
1,365,698
Cassava, area harvested (hectare) 129,788
Cassava, yield (hectogram per hectare) 105,225

General data

Data set Value
Population, total 5,399,895
Area (sq. km) 342,000.0
Gross domestic product in exchange rates (US $) 7,833,508,879
Gross domestic product per capita (US $) 1,528
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