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Surface context - World
The context section of the Rice Observatory aims to introduce the importance of rice cultivation in relation to other crops, both at the national and regional levels. The section is composed of two parts
  1. Area: It presents indicators on the importance of the crop in relation to the cultivated area
    1. Position of the crop in relation to the cultivated area: Indicates the position in which the rice crop is located in relation to the area cultivated with other crops at the national level
    2. Rice area in relation to arable land at the national level: Proportion of the area cultivated with rice over the total area cultivated with crops at the national level, excluding the area destined for animal production (grasslands)
    3. Rice area in relation to the area under temporary crops at the national level: Proportion of the area under rice in relation to the total area under crops at the national level, excluding the area for animal production (grassland) and the area for permanent crops
  2. Production value: It presents economic indicators that contextualize the importance of rice cultivation in relation to value of production. Is expressed in nominal values in local currency
    1. Agricultural GDP (Value Added): Sum of the value added of crop production at the national level. The value of animal production is excluded
    2. Value of rice production: Estimated gross value of rice production
    3. Value of cereal production: Sum of estimated gross value for all cereals grown nationally
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Rice was the most important crop in relation to harvested area in year
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On average, rice was the crop to growth the most in the last decade
In ,harvested rice area accounted for:

of the total cropland area

of the total cereal area

This graph presents the proportion of rice harvested area in relation to the harvested area of other cereals, and other crop groups.The larger the blue area in relation to the other colors, the greater the share of rice in relation to the area harvested with other crop groups. The filter in the upper right corner allows changing the type of graph, so that the information is displayed in absolute values (number of hectares harvested), or in proportions (% of total area).
The categories represent the different types of crops grown in the selected region and their aggregate is equivalent to the total cultivated area. You will be able to select in the legend those crops you wish to exclude from the visualization.


This graph presents the proportion of rice harvested area in relation to the harvested area of other cereals, and other crop groups.The larger the blue area in relation to the other colors, the greater the share of rice in relation to the area harvested with other crop groups. The filter in the upper right corner allows changing the type of graph, so that the information is displayed in absolute values (number of hectares harvested), or in proportions (% of total area).
The categories represent the different types of crops grown in the selected region and their aggregate is equivalent to the total cultivated area. You will be able to select in the legend those crops you wish to exclude from the visualization.

This graph presents the proportion of rice harvested area in relation to the harvested area of other cereals. The larger the blue area in relation to the other colors, the greater the share of rice in relation to the area harvested with other cereals. The filter in the upper right corner allows changing the type of graph so that the information is observed in absolute values (number of hectares harvested), or in proportions (% of total area).
The categories represent the different types of cereals grown in the selected region and their aggregate is equivalent to the total area cultivated with cereals. You can select in the legend those crops that you wish to exclude from the visualization.

This graph presents the proportion of rice harvested area in relation to the harvested area of other cereals. The larger the blue area in relation to the other colors, the greater the share of rice in relation to the area harvested with other cereals. The filter in the upper right corner allows changing the type of graph so that the information is observed in absolute values (number of hectares harvested), or in proportions (% of total area).
The categories represent the different types of cereals grown in the selected region and their aggregate is equivalent to the total area cultivated with cereals. You can select in the legend those crops that you wish to exclude from the visualization.

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Políticas - América Latina y el Caribe
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Medio Ambiente y Sostenibilidad - América Latina y el Caribe
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Agronomía - América Latina y el Caribe
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