The highest degree of self-sufficiency was realized as 115.9% for carrot
The level of domestic demand compensation by domestic production of total vegetable was realized as 106.6% in the marketing year 2017-2018. While the big share of the total vegetable supply was consumed domestically, only 6.6% was exported.
While the degree of self-sufficiency for carrot, in tuberous and root vegetables group, was the highest value with 115.9%, it is followed by dry onion with 108.2% and radish with 100.8%.
The degree of self-sufficiency of tomato, raised for its fruit and at the same time has the biggest share in total vegetable production, was realized as 110.7%. It is followed by pepper with 109.2% and squash with 107.8%.
In the leguminous vegetables group, the degree of self-sufficiency for green pea was 106.1% and it was 103.7% for green broad bean while the lowest value with 100.2% for green bean. Degree of self-sufficiency of selected products, 2017-2018
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