The highest degree of self-sufficiency was realized as 111.7% for wheat
The degree of self-sufficiency of cereals (total) was realized as 98% in the marketing year 2017-2018. In wheat with the biggest share in total cereal production, degree of self-sufficiency was 111.7%. For two products; barley and maize, which are important inputs to fodder industry, degrees of self-sufficiency were realized as 90.2% and 73.3% respectively.
The highest degree of self-sufficiency in the category of dried pulses crops was 89.6% for red lentil. Degree of self-sufficiency of chickpea was realized as 87.5%.
Degree of self-sufficiency of potato, one of edible roots and tubers products group, was 103.5%. For sunflower, soybean and rapeseed, in the oilseed products group, degrees of self-sufficiency of were 64.3%, 4.8% and 70.3% respectively.
The degree of self-sufficiency was realized as 116.1% for sugar the greater portion of total sugar production was consumed domestically. Degree of self-sufficiency of selected products, 2017-2018
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