Potatoes and sweetpotatoes

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Title:
Potatoes and sweetpotatoes
Uniform Title:
Potatoes and sweetpotatoes (Annual)
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Potatoes and sweet potatoes
Physical Description:
v. : ; 27 cm.
Language:
English
Creator:
United States -- Crop Reporting Board
Publisher:
United States Dept. of Agriculture, AgriculturalMarketing Service, Crop Reporting Board
Place of Publication:
Washington
Frequency:
annual
regular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Potato industry -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
Sweet potato industry -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
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statistics   ( marcgt )

Notes

Issuing Body:
Vols. for <1984-> issued by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Statistical Reporting Service, Crop Reporting Board.
General Note:
"Pot 6."
General Note:
Title varies slightly.
General Note:
Description based on: 1956 and 1957; title from cover.
General Note:
Previously classed: A 88.12/9:

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000490373
oclc - 02679600
notis - ACQ8724
lccn - sf 85019315
issn - 0499-0587
Classification:
lcc - WMLC L 83/1213
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AA00008551:00001

Full Text
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toes


and


eetpotatoes


Reporting
Board


Statistical Reporting
Service


United States
Department of
Agriculture
Washington, D.C. 20250


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September 27,
3:00 P.M. ET


1985


POTATO


H UM


I.=AS


- Univ. of Florida


ACREAGE harvested


percent


1984
from


totaled


1983.


1.30 million


acres


(527


thousand


hectares),


YIELD averaged


279 cwt


acre,


10 cwt


from


1983.


PRODUCTION totaled


from


363 million


1983.


(16.4 million


metric


tons),


percent


DISPOSITION


mill
cwt


UTILIZATION


cwt
seed


included


ion


327
(1.6


(8.3 percent)


shows


million (
percent)
shrink <


186 million


table stock (
and livestock


sold,


used


90.1


on-farms


percent
where


loss.


processed


percent


feed


sales),


(8 percent).


of pri
grown;


percent o1
and 27.4


oduction;
and 30.1


sales),
million


5.75
million


114 million


sold


VALUE


production


$2.05


billion was


record


high,


percent


above


1983.


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SWEETPOTATOES


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production rose


1984


percent


percent


totaled
from 198


to $182


13.0 million


3.


million


(589


thousand


1984.


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PAGE


Comments

POTATOES:


Area


, yield


production,


seasonal


groups,


1983


1984 crops


Production


1983


farm di


spos


ition,


price


value,


seasonal


group


crop


Production,


1984


crop


farm di


spos


ition,


price


value,


seasonal


group


Area,


yield


Production,


production,


farm di


position


State


price


, 1983


1984


value,


crop


States,


1983


Production,


farm disposition,


price


value,


States,


1984


Quantitie


used


chipping,


areas


Util i


action


1983


1984


crop


Potatoe


used


process


ing,


eight


State


1983


1984


1984


, Apr


total


tock


, 1983


crop


Monthly mark


spec


ified


ting


1984


States


fall


potato


crop


- percent


by month,


valu


- Area,
1983 a


production,


1984


farm di


spos


ition,


price


crop


tock


- Dec


, Jan 1,
and 1984


, Apr


, May


total


crop


Monthly marketing


- percent


by month,


1975-


1984


crops,


SWEETPOTATOES:


Area,


production,


States,


1983


1984 crops


Produ


tion,


farm di


5I305s


ition,


price


and value,


tate


1983


w





POTATOES AND


SWEETPOTATOES


Production


Potato


spos


ition


Utilization


State


-- 1982,


1983


1983 an
and 1984


1984


publication


farm


including


total


spos


spos


tock


ition


process


ition


season


ing.


potatoes
value data


estimate


average


Alaska


price,
montt
major


acreage, y
value a
1 estimate
fall Stat'


are included


field
nd
s ([


es


per acre,
utilization


December


are s


separately.


hown


production,


thru


May)


Production,


by crop
annual


truck


availabi


final


1984


reporter


State


shipment


farm


through


crop


estimates
cooperating


census
unload


various


data


Federal


are based
State o


some


-State


primarily
Federal


States,


marketing programs.


Market


inspection


on information
agencies. Thit


News


--and


Service


furnishe
include


rail


miscellaneous


data


Price


method


estimate


represent


These


production ar
is accounted


oss.


weighting


for
public


State


prices


price


quantity
farm use


United


average
are apple


for
State


by quantities


returns
lied to


to compute


seed,


feed


season


old.


to grower
production
value of sa
and home us


average


price


compute


uses
value


difference


hrinkage
obtained


Potato


class
large


production,


ified


upplie


seas


onal


utili


group


action


according


are usually harvested.


value


period


each


State


periods


when


been


four


seasonal


groups


are as follows:


EASON


USUAL


TIME


HARVEST


Winter


January through


March


spring


April


through


June


Summer


July


Fall


October


through


through


ptember

December


These


some
4Ln


seasons


overlapping


-.I, rn-,-4


are not


harve


a a a


fixed


date


before


-I A-


are approximation


or after


specified


~1


because


season


r_ -


there


Generally,


.LL -11


. 1 1 ....


w


i.


L--


m


A


. all I.. m




PRODUCTION AND


UTILIZATION


Final
million


Harve


t


larger
acre, i
establi


production


metric


ed
thai


area


1983


tons),


from


up 9
million
percent
1983, b


. POTATO


percentt
acres


above
it 1


from


198
cwt


1984


1983
thous


hort


total


and
and


million


2 percent
hectares)


average


record


above


was 279


average


percent


yield


Value of


nearly


cent


over


production


one-third


from


percent


orting,


1983;


hrink


record


above
but


1984
used


1982.


more


crop wa!
on-farms


high


The average
than offset


sold
where


with


billion,


price
by


increa


remaining


produced


seed,


percent


from
was


production


food,


perci
and


1983
down
Just


feed


Proc


nearly


live


essors


bought


57 percent
percent of


tock


feed.


record


total


million


crop


while


Table


remaining


of pot
stock
percent


:atoes
(fresh
t was


produced
market)
sold for


in 1984,
accounted


Frozen
million ci


trying


used 27
million
million
percent


.8 m
was
cwt


french
; of 1


frie


utilized


million


cwt,


were


product, a
12.6 million


p 12 percent.
while canning


major
gain (


cwt,


percent


Other


frozen


accounted


proce


down


while


ssing


percent
percent
tarch,


product
4.38 n


item,


over
from
flour


s gained
million


J9
cwt,


accounting


1983.


1983


other


percent,
an incr


86.0


Chips and
Dehydration


using
ease


SWEETPOTATO


metric


harve
from
acre


, up


sted,
1983,
was


but wa


production


/ percent
thousand
10 percent


from


totaled


from


acres


hort


1983,


million


1983,


thou


fell


percent
hectares)
average y
short o


1984
below


(589
198


, gain
field of


thou


Area


percent


record


per
high


establish
percent
price wa


from
s $1l


*-


I,


n 1982.
a year
.00 per


Sweetpotatoe
earlier and


1984,


were


valued


percent
b0 cents


above
from


1982


1983


million


1984,


season


nearly


average
0 above






POTATOES


- ACREAGE, YIELD AND PRODUCTION BY SEASONAL GROUPS, 1983 AND 1984 CROPS


CROP OF 1983


SEASONAL GROUP
AND
STATE-
- - --m m


AREA


CROP OF 1984


AREA


:PLANTED:HARVESTED:YIELD:PRODUCTION:PLANTED:HARVESTED:YIELD:PRODUCTION


1,000 ACRES


,000 CWT


1,000 ACRES


000 CWT


WINTER
CALIF
FLA
TOTAL


1,456
1,184
2,640


2,193


11 .5


SPRING
ALA
ARIZ
CALIF
FLA-HASTINGS
-OTHER
LA


TOTAL


1,274
8,330
4,935
186
50
1,958
1,092
18,338


82.1


88.1


1,647
1,115
6,500
240
60
2,352
1,240
3.798


14.7
6.2
86.6


SUMMER
ALA
CALIF
-COLO


1,023
2,560
1.870


2,916
1,988
1,265
636
216


IOWA


MINN


N MEX
N C
OHIO
TENN


TOTAL


104.1


14.3
100.1


1,001
18.701


2,560
1,680
572
1,828
2,639
348
342
270
2,825
1,540
3.086


107.2


CALIF


IDAHO-10 SW CO
-OTHER CO


19.0
47.0
1.4
25.0
290.0


19.0
46.5
1.4
25.0
287.0


19.6


13,950


77,490


MAINE


70.5


MONTH
NEBR


N Y-LONG IS
-UPSTATE
N DAK
OHIO
OREG-MALHEUR
-OTHER CO


12.0
16.5
25.5
132.0


40.0


12.0
16.3
24.5
128.0


39.5


646
9,840
10,313
1,800
2,025
3,720
4,075
5,635
20,480
1,886
3,330
17,380
4,300
630
a ,>i n


28.0
302.0
3.2
94.0


28.0
297.0


7,280
17,225
315
9,380
77,220
750
21,360
580


10.0


36.0


46.5


- -


11.0
45.5


- a a


- IIn fl SL II &. IA SI' I a iI-J nl


Y 'I II


E rl ? Il nrl


I







POTATOES: PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, SEASON AVERAGE PRICE RECEIVED
BY FARMERS, AND VALUE, BY SEASONAL GROUPS, 1983 CROP 1/


- ------------ : FARM DISPOSITION : :
:~AR DISPOSITIONTI


SEASON AND STATE


: : TOTAL
:PRODUCTION:USED FOR
SEED


: ------------------- ---------------


: USED ON FARMS WHERE GROWN:
:I--------------------------:
:FOR SEED, FEED: SHRINKAGE
:AND HOUSEHOLD : AND


SOLD


PRICE
PER
: CWT


VALUE OF --


:
*:------- ---- --- --- -- -
* :
* S


:PRODUCTION:


SALES


LOSS


1,000 CWT


DOLLARS


1,000 DOLLARS


WINTER:


CALIF


FLA
TOTAL WINTER


SPRING:


1,269
924
2,193


ALA
ARIZ
CALIF
FLA HASTINGS
OTHER


LA
NC
TEX
TOTAL SPRING


SUMMER:


ALA
CALIF
COLO
DEL


MINN
NEBR
NJ
N MEX


VA
TOTAL SUMMER


1,206
918
2,124

504
1,245
8,147
4,915
185
44
1,838
1,048
17,926

960
2,494
1,730
956
527
175
162
330
2 ,030
1,233
183
1,559
1,511
303
229
151
2,151
951
17.635


1,023
2,560
1,870
999
552
188
176
342
2,183
1,326
210
1,615
1,625
390
234
175
2,232
1,001
8,701


CALIF
COLO
CONN


IDAHO
IND
MAINE
MASS
MICH
MINN
MONTH
NEBR
NEV
NY LONG ISL
UPSTATE
N DAK
OHIO
OREG MALHEUR
OTHER


PA
RI
SDAK
UTAH
VT


85,990
600
22,560
646
9,840
10,313
1,800
2,025
3,720
4,075
5,635
20,480
1,886
S 3,330
S 17,380
4,300
S630
2,310
1,357
S88


392
1,204
29
6,600
63
2,021
68


59
770
3
1,420
3
950
13


900
1,234
135
193
200
272
650
1,972
190
230
1,023
418
63
180
156
6


623
1,100
10
7,497
19
1,330
33
830
670
131
334
446
125
425
2,058
72
200
2,139
194
19
48
85
5


578
20,280
600
8,750
9,406
1,560
1,539
3,274
3,945
5,030
18,122
1,804
3,120
15,125
4,020
608
2,250
1,244
80


69,331
89,280
1,915
447,148
5,100
141.000


FALL:


63
77
1
400
4
126
4
57
48
14
9
18
31
38
88
14
13
71
32
3
8
5


-- J J


- -


--







POTATOES:


PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, SEASON AVERAGE PRICE RECEIVED BY FARMERS,
AND VALUE, BY SEASONAL GROUPS, 1984 CROP 1/


FARM DISPOSITION


VALUE OF --


SEASON AND STATE


TOTAL : USED ON FARMS WHERE GROWN:
:PRODUCTION: USED FOR: ----------------:
: : SEED :FOR SEED. FEED: SHRINKAGE


:AND HOUSEHOLD
USE


SOLD


PRICE
PER
: CWT


a
*-----------------
*


:PRODUCTION:


AND
LOSS


1,000 CWT


DOLLARS


SALES


1,000 DOLLARS


WINTER:


CALIF


FLA
TOTAL WINTER


1,456
1,184
2.640


1,369
1,177
2,546


13,468
20,483
33.951


12,663
20,362
33.025


SPRING:


ALA
ARIZ
CALIF
FLA HASTINGS
OTHER


6
201
82
1.685


TEX
TOTAL SPRING


SUMMER:


ALA
CALIF
COLO


MICH
MINN
NEBR
NJ
N MEX
NC
OHIO
TENN
TEX


VA
TOTAL SUMMER


FALL:


CALIF
COLO
CONN
IDAHO
IND
MAINE
MASS
WHICH
MINN
MONTH
NEBR
NEV


NY LONG ISL
UPSTATE
NDAK
OHIO
OREG MALHEUR
OTHER


PA
R I
S DAK
UTAH
VT


955
2,916
1,988
1,265
636
216
210
296
2,560
1,680
572
1,828
2,639
348
342
270
2,825
1,540
3.086


7,280
17,225
315
86,600
750
21,360
580
12,540
13,775
1,924
2,480
3,300
3,577
6,630
20,615
2,418
3,960
19,565
5,160
598
1,820
1,728
63


38
58
120
51
16
11
11
6
199
72
151
54
158
12
10
10
99
54
1,130

590
1,690
15
8,400
39
1,450
24
1,190
1,208
155
471
396
160
785
3,710
200
200
2,120
335
18
48
104
4


408
1,283
31
7,100
57
2,058
66
920
1,256
140
208
180
260
600
2,175
190
220
1,100
405
57
168
158
6


6,639
14,805
298
76,569
707
19,045
550
11,100
12,370
1,710
1,840
2,904
3,410
5,640
16,595
2,200
3,755
17,385
4,722
577
1,760
1,607
56


56
80
I1
420
4
91
3
68
64
18
16
15
19
41
95
13
16.
95
32
3
6
8


51
68
1
371
4
81
2
61
58
16
12
13
18
35
77
12
15
85
29
3
6
8


--


-'


- -




POTATOES


- AREA


, YIELD AND PRODUCTION BY STATES,


1983 AND


1984 CROPS


CROP OF


CROP OF


STATE


PLANTED


: HARVESTED


: YIELD


: PRODUCTION


AREA


: PLANTED


: HARVESTED


: YIELD


: PRODUCTION


1.000 ACRES


000 CWT


1,000 ACRES


000 CWT


ALA
ARIZ
CALIF
COLO
CONN


19,949
15,820
266


FLA
IDAHO
ILL
IND
IOWA
LA
MAINE
MD


6,045
85.990


22.560


12,023
11,639
1.800


NJ
N MEX
NY
NC
N DAK
OHIO
OREG


42.0
18.7
132.0
10.8


1,615
1,625
9.710


40.8
18.4
128.0
10.5


20,480
2,120
20,710
4.300


136.0
10.8


1,599
1,647
22,767
19,213
315
1,265
7,924
86,600
636


34.9
330.0


60
21,360
296


58.0
83.3


9.1
39.0
17.6
133.0
10.5


15,100
15,455
1,924
3,052
3,300
1,828
2,639
10,207
2,700
20,615
2,760
23,525
5,160
598
1,820
270
4,065
1,728
63
1,540
56,925
21,350
550


3.324


16.5
104.0
63.0


14.3
104.0
62.0


1,001
54,080
18,910
718


16.0
116.0
62.0


14.0
115.0
61.0
2.2


272.1


242.5


333.911


336.9


301.0


362,612


YIELD


IN STATES HAVING TWO OR MORE SEASONAL GROUPS


IS DERIVED.







POTATOES:


PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, SEASON AVERAGE PRICE RECEIVED
BY FARMERS, AND VALUE, BY STATES, 1983 CROP 1/


FARM DISPOSITION


VALUE OF --


TOTAL :
:PRODUCTION:USED FOR:
SEED :


USED ON FARMS WHERE GROWN:
----- --- ---- ---- ----- -----:


FOR SEED, FEED:
AND HOUSEHOLD
USE


SHRINKAGE
AND :
LOSS


SOLD


PRICE
PER
: CWT


:*---- ------------- -


:PRODUCTION:


SALES


1,000 CWT


DOLLARS


1,000 DOLLARS


ALA
ARIZ
CALIF
COLO
CONN
DEL
FLA
IDAHO
ILL
IND
IOWA
LA
MAINE
MD
MASS
MICH
MINN
MONTH
NEBR
NEV
NJ
N MEX
NY
N C
NDAK
OHIO
OREG
PA
RI
SDAK
TENN
TEX
UTAH
VT


1,536
1,274
19,949
15,820
266
999
6,045
85,990
552
788
176
50
22,560
342
646
12,023
11,639
1,800
2,235
3,720
1,615
1,625
9,710
2,348
20,480
2,120
20,710
4,300
630
2,310
175
3,324
1,357
88
1,001
54,080
18,910
718


333.911


188
81
1,275
1,357
29
83
766
6,600
40
93
24
9
2,021
22
68
1,160
1,346
135
241
200
155
149
922
237
1,972
217
1,253
418
63
180
33
229
156
6
200
2,494
1,054
59

25,535


5,954


59
25
904
1,231
10
40
26
7,497
14
28
10
2
1,330
6
33
917
762
131
351
446
48
98
550
73
2,058
74
2,339
194
19
48
6
94
85
5
35
4,100
875
151

24,674


1,464
1,245
18,955
13,810
253
956
6,018
77,073
527
753
162
44
20,280
330
600
10,780
10,639
1,560
1,722
3,274
1,559
1,511
8,975
2,141
18,122
2,033
18,245
4,020
608
2,250
151
3,199
1,244
80
951
49,580
17,681
488

303.283


5.82


1,935,502


1,764,568


1/ REVISED.


STATE






POTATOES:


PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, SEASON AVERAGE PRICE RECEIVED
BY FARMERS, AND VALUE, BY STATES, 1984 CROP 1/


FARM DISPOSITION


: : TOTAL
:PRODUCTION:USED FOR
SEED


VALUE OF --


*
*
*
*


USED ON FARMS WHERE GROWN:
- - -*


:FOR SEEP, FEED: SHRINKAGE
:AND HOUSEHOLD : AND :
USE : LOSS :


SOLD


PRICE
PER
: CWT


* ---------------------
* a


:PRODUCTION:


SALES


1,000 CWT


DOLLARS


1,000 DOLLARS


ALA
ARIZ
CALIF
COLO
CONN
DEL
FLA
IDAHO
ILL
IND
IOWA
LA
MAINE
MD
MASS
MICH
MINN
MONTH
NEBR
NEV
NJ
N MEX
NY
NC
N DAK
OHIO
OREG
PA
RI
SDAK
TENN
TEX
UTAH
VT
VA
WASH
WIS
WYO


1,599
1,647
22,767
19,213
315
1,265
7,924
86,600
636
966
210
60
21,360
296
580
15,100
15,455
1,924
3,052
3,300
1,828
2,639
10,207
2,700
20,615
2,760
23,525
5,160
598
1,820
270
4,065
1,728
63
1,540
56,925
21,350
550


362,612


191
90
1,334
1,448
31
86
784
7,100
48
91
22
6
2,058
22
66
1,193
1,370
140
260
180
162
154
860
233
2,175
212
1,320
405
57
168
28
258
158
6
213
2,921
1,170
46

27,066


12
4
88
733
2
4
1
1,631
12
8
5
4
865
6
6
319
200
59
205

8
19
212
124
310
25
65
103
3
12
26
33
17
3
18
400
171
33


5,746


48
33
958
1,810
15
51
35
8,400
16
50
11
2
1,450
6
24
1,389
1,280
155
622
396
54
158
945
83
3,710
210
2,320
335
18
48
10
118
104
4
54
4,200
918
77


30,117


1,539
1,610
21,721
16,670
298
1,210
7,888
76,569
608
908
194
54
19,045
284
550
13,392
13,975
1,710
2,225
2,904
1,766
2,462
9,050
2,493
16,595
2,525
21,140
4,722
577
1,760
234
3,914
1,607
56
1,468
52,325
20,261
440

326.749


5.69


2,045,697


1.858


1/ PRELIMINARY.


STATE






POTATOES:
BY AREAS


NUMBER OF
AND UNITED
UNITE


POTATO


STATE
D STA


TE


CHIP


PLANTS


AND QUANTITY USED
, 1983 1/ AND 1984


QUANTITY USED


SHOESTRING
CROPS


CHIPPING,
POTATOES.


1983


1984


AREA


PLANTS


NUMBER


QUANTITY


1,000


PLANTS


NUMBER


QUANTITY


1,000


NEW ENGLAND:


CONN,


MAINE,


MASS,


,848


EASTERN:


DEL,


NORTH


D C,
, PA,


8,241


CENTRAL


MICH,


OHIO,


W VA


4,229


4,003


MID-CENTRAL


KANS,


NEBR


1,644


,457


MIDWEST:


ILL, IND,
N DAK, S


IOWA,
DAK, W


MINN,


5,509


6,106


SOUTHEAST:


ALA,


FLA,


TENN


6,935


SOUTHWEST:


ARK,


OKLA,


3,015


3,085


ROCKY MOUNTAINS:


COLO,
N MEX,


IDAHO,
UTAH,


MONT,
WYO


4,031


1,622


WEST


COAST:
Z, CALIF,


OREG,


NEV,


WASH,


5,968


TOTAL


42,764


41,987


SHOESTRINGS


TOTAL


CHIP


SHOESTRINGS


43,311


,574


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POTATOES:


UTILIZATION OF THE 1982-84 CROPS,


UNITED STATES


--- -- -- --- -- -- --- -- -- --- -- -- --- -- -- --- -- -- ----- --- -- -- --- -- -- --- -- -- --


UTILIZATION ITEMS


1982 CROP


1983 CROP 1/


1984 CROP


: 1,000 CWT


SALES
TABLE STOCK


120.306


107,349


113.710


PROCESSING
CHIPS AND SHOESTRINGS
DEHYDRATION
FROZEN FRENCH FRIES
OTHER FROZEN PRODUCTS
CANNED POTATOES
OTHER CANNED PRODUCTS


STARCH,
TOTAL


STEWS
FLOUR


40,650
27,720
76,013
17,290
2,743

1,839
4,636
170.891


, SOUPS)
. AND OTHER


43,311
26,754
74,350
19,655
2,137

1,991
3,028
171.226


42,574
27,845
85,990
21,493
2,250

2,133
3,401
185.686


OTHER SALES


LIVESTOCK FEED
SEED
DIVERTED 2/


TOTAL


6,159
19.488


25,647

316,844


TOTAL SALES


3,796
20.912


4,680
22,673
0
27,353

326,749


24,708

303,283


NON-SALES
SEED USED ON FARMS
WHERE GROWN
HOUSEHOLD USE AND USED FOR
FEED ON FARMS WHERE GROWN
SHRINKAGE AND LOSS


TOTAL NON-SALES

TOTAL PRODUCTION


4,681


2,593
31,013

38,287

355,131


4,623

1,331
24,674

30.628


4,393

1,353
30,117

35.863


333,911


362,612


REVISED.
QUANTITY OF POTATOES


SOLD FOR LIVESTOCK FEED AND STARCH UNDER THE USDA DIVERSION PROGRAM.


POTATOES USED FOR PROCESSING


EIGHT STATES


2/ AND 1984


STATE


:STORAGE:


:SEASON


: DEC 1


JAN 1


FEB 1


: MAR 1


APR 1


S*MAYl1


:ENTIRE


S 1,000 CWT


IDAHO AND MALHEUR CO,


MAINE


WASH AND OTHER AREA,


OTHER STATES 4/


:1983-84
:1984-85

1983-84
:1984-85

1983-84
:1984-85

:1983-84
:1984-85


15,755
19,000

1,160
1,820

16,245
20,745

4,305
5.695


20,445
24.310


1,745


19,920
24,690

6,005
7,510


24,785
29,200

2,260
3,015

23,690
29,345

7,755
9.210


29,540
34.010


35,155
39.510


3,370
4.330


28,250
33,560

9,600
10,930


33,280
38,815

11,615
12.745


40,640
44,650

3,970


37,455
43.380


13,400
14,715


53,810
57.410


6,550

45,800
51.670


16,320
21,005


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POTATOES


TOTAL STOCKS HELD BY GROWERS AND LOCAL DEALERS,
FALL STATES, CROPS OF 1983 AND 1984


CROP YEAR


--------------------
CURRENT :
YEAR


FOLLOWING YEAR


DEC 1 JAN 1 FEB 1 MAR 1 APR 1 MAY 1


1,000


CWT


CALIF
COLO
IDAHO
MAINE
MICH
MINN
MONT
NEBR
N Y LONG ISLAND
UPSTATE


,200
,550
,000
,300
,000
,400
50
190
/110
350
,400
1/
,500
515
,100
.700


TOTAL


15 STATES


92.150


165,330


138,900


81.740


50,365


1-
1


2/


-- -- -- -- -- -- -
a* 1.


000 CWT


CALIF
COLO
IDAHO
MAINE
MICH
MINN
MONTH
NEBR
N Y LONG ISLAND
UPSTATE


5,400
12,700
61,500
17,200
8,000
11,300
1,860
1,900
1,550
3,100
15,300
950
15,400
4,050
29,600
11.600


TOTAL 15 STATES : 201,410 173,380 144,760 118,400 86,440 52,465

1/ OHIO COMBINED WITH LONG ISLAND TO AVOID POSSIBLE DISCLOSURE OF INDIVIDUAL
OPERATIONS. 2/ REVISED.

FARM MARKETING OF FALL POTATOES, SPECIFIED STATES,
1984 CROP YEAR, PERCENT BY MONTHS


STATE


EP: OCT


NOV: D


JAN FEB: MAR: APR MAY: JUN
a S*
a a*


: JUL


PERCENT


COLO
IDAHO
MAINE
MICH
MINN
N Y -


LONG ISLAND


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POTATOES


, ALASKA: ACREAGE, YIELD, PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, SEASON AVERAGE
PRICE RECEIVED BY FARMERS AND VALUE, 1983 AND 1984 CROPS


AREA


FARM DISPOSITION


VALUE OF


:YIELD:


CROP YEAR


:PLANTED:HARVESTED:


ACRE:


:TOTAL:USED ON FARMS WHERE GROWN:


FOR SEED,
FEED, AND


-----------


: SHRINKAGE
AND


: FOR
:SEED


:PRICE:


:PER


:SOLD:


:HOUSEHOLD USE:


ACRES


,000 CWT


DOLLARS


,000 DOLLARS


: 560
560


92.0 17.40
93.5 18.80


2,053
2,256


1,601
1,758


POTATOES


ALASKA:


TOTAL STOCKS HELD BY GROWERS AND LOCAL DEALERS
CROP OF 1983 AND 1984


CROP YEAR


DEC 1
CURRENT


: JAN 1
: FOLLOWING


FEB 1
: FOLLOWING


: MAR 1
: FOLLOWING


: APR 1
: FOLLOWING


: MAY 1
: FOLLOWING


: JUN 1
: FOLLOWING


,000 CWT


FARM MARKETING OF POTATOES, UNITED STATES


- 1975-84 CROPS


CROP YEAR


MONTH


--- --- -- --- --- -- --- --- -- --- --- --- -- --- --- -- --- --- -- --- --- -- --- --


1975


1976


1977


1978


1979


: 1980


1982


1983


1984


--- -- -- -- -- -- -- --- -- -- -- -- -- -- --- -- -- -- -- -- -- --- -- -- -- -- -- -- --- -- -- -- --
PERCENT


CROP YEAR


100.0


100.0


100.0


100.0


100.0


100.0


100.0


100.0


100.0


100.0


: PER :PRODUCTION:USED


CWT :PRODUCTION:SALES





SWEETPOTATOES


- AREA,


YIELD AND PRODUCTION BY STATES


1983 AND 1984 CROPS


CROP OF 1983


CROP OF 1984


STATE


PLANTED


AREA


: HARVESTED


: YIELD


: PRODUCTION


PLANTED


AREA
: HARVESTED


: YIELD


PRODUCTION
S


1.000 ACRES


CALIF


1,000 CWT

515
1,716
725
2,280


1,000 ACRES


000 CWT

679
1,440
896


4,440
460


5,130
500


105.3


102.4


12,083


106.4


103.5


12,986


SWEETPOTATOES:


PRODUCTION


BY FARMERS, AND VALUE,


, FARM DISPOSITION, SEASON AVERAGE PRICE RECEIVED


BY STATES,


1983 AND 1984 CROPS


FARM DISPOSITION


STATE


TOTAL
:PRODUCTION:USED FOR
: SEED


: USED ON FARMS WHERE GROWN:


--------------


:FOR SEED


FEED:


:AND HOUSEHOLD


SHRINKAGE


AND


: SOLD


PRICE
PER
CWT


VALUE OF


: PRODUCTION:


SALES


1,000 CWT


DOLLARS


,000 DOLLARS


1983 CROP


ALA
CALIF


473
1,528
625
2,025
165


4.440


12,083


3,641
390


1,047


1,176


10.343


13.30
13.60
16.40
7.05
10.50
12.50
15.40
15.70
17.50
14.20
18.40
9.15


13.60


6,850
23,338
11,890
16,074
1,911
5,588
3,326
69,708
8,050
1,590
15,677
1,263

165,265


3,892
1.071


140,754


1984 CROP


CALIF
GA


1,440
896
2,415


176
504
264
r *If~n


15.50
15.10
14.10
7.90
11.30
9.25
16.10


10,525
21,744
12,634
19,079
1.989


9,285


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