OGRODY PRZYDOMOWE JAKO ELEMENT STATYSTYKI ROLNICZEJ W POLSCE – STAN I ZRÓŻNICOWANIE PRZESTRZENNE WEDŁUG POWSZECHNEGO SPISU ROLNEGO 2010

Polish accession to the European Union resulted in the necessity to adapt the system of agrarian statistics by the Central Statistical Office [GUS] to the Eurostat classification. The results of the National Agricultural Census of 2010 can be used to conduct a quantitative analysis and spatial differentiation study of kitchen gardens – a form of management of arable land within agricultural holdings. It has been concluded that kitchen gardens are present in 18.6% of all agricultural holdings in Poland and occupy 44.2 thousand ha (0.40% of all arable land). On average, this form of land management spreads over the area of 10 ares, 28.1% of which are dedicated for the cultivation of potatoes; 43.5% for other vegetables; 8.0% for strawberries; and 20.3% for other crops. A pronounced spatial differentiation has been observed with reference to natural, historical and urban conditions.


Variant title:
HOME GARDENS AS AN ELEMENT OF AGRARIAN STATISTICS IN POLAND – QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS AND SPATIAL DIFFERENTIATION STUDY ON THE BASIS OF 2010 NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL CENSUS
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Issue Date:
2015-02
Publication Type:
Journal Article
PURL Identifier:
http://purl.umn.edu/232998
Published in:
Roczniki (Annals), 2015
Number 1
Roczniki (Annals)
2015
Page range:
197-202




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