An 8-page brochure on Methods for Measuring Crop Area and Yield is now available.
The overall goal of the study is to test the methodology and the approach developed by the Agriculture Market Information System (AMIS) project, which outlined the use of available data to estimate certain critical variables on food balance sheets, especially Carry-in Stocks (also called Carry-over stocks), and Production.
This Working Paper provides findings of field tests conducted in three countries i.e. Indonesia, Rwanda and Jamaica on the basis of the methodology developed by the team at ICAR-IASRI for the estimation of crop area, yield and production under mixed and continuous cropping.
This publication, prepared in the context of the AMIS Initiative, provides insights into the complexity of the crop yield forecasting system at country level whilst highlighting good practices and prospects for the future.
This Working Paper provides a review of the literature on methodologies used for estimation of crop area and crop yield in developed and developing countries.
This report is the second in the series which describes the gap analysis that exists in the context of crop area and yield estimation, and in general, focuses more on crop area and yield estimation in the mixed and continuous cropping scenario.