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QUINTAL. A weight of one hundred pounds

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Talas region is leading in potato harvest among regions with 176.6 centners per hectare from each of 12,800 hectares harvested.
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The yield level exceeds 51 centners per hectare (+ 7.7 centners per hectare).
The highest yield was recorded in the Alekseichi (64.6 q / ha), Bezostaya 100 (63.1), Gurt (60.3 centner / ha), Antonina (52.8 centners per hectare), Tanya (49.3 centner / ha), Thunder (47.9 c / ha), and Princess Olga (46.0 c / ha).
705.6 thousand tons were threshed (in 2017 - 725.4 thousand tons), with a yield of 19.2 centner / ha.
517.4 thousand tons were harvested (178.7 thousand tons in 2017), with a yield of 17.5 centner / ha.
The highest yield was recorded in regions such as Barda (43.1 centners per hectare), Saatli (41.4 centners per hectare), Sabirabad (39.8 centners per hectare), Tartar (38.8 centners per hectare), Aghdam (38.4 centners per hectare), Salyan (38 centners per hectare), Imishli (37.2 centners per hectare), Aghjabadi (36.1 centners per hectare), Jalilabad (35 centners per hectare) and Ismayilli (34.8 centners per hectare).
According to the Ministry of Agriculture, the yield of vegetables per hectare amounts to 244.2 centners, or 13.2 centners more than last year.
Thanks to improved cultivation of beans, their yield reached 16.4 centners per ha in 2012, and 16.9 centners per ha in 2013.
The average yield was 31 centners per 1 hectare against 26
The average yield stands at 32 centners per hectare, up from 27 centners per hectare in 2018.