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Output value of wheat in Scotland 2003-2017

Annual output value of wheat in Scotland from 2003 to 2017* (in million GBP)

by Nils-Gerrit Wunsch, last edited Aug 13, 2019
Output value of wheat in Scotland 2003-2017 This statistic illustrates the annual output value of wheat in Scotland from 2003 to 2017. The output value of wheat has fluctuated over the period concerned, peaking in 2011 at 148.5 million British pounds. Additionally, the annual output value of oats in Scotland can be found at the following.
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Annual output value of wheat in Scotland from 2003 to 2017* (in million GBP)

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