Australian Bureau of Statistics
7123.2.55.001 - Agricultural State Profile, Victoria, 2006-07
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In 2006-07, Victoria produced more tomatoes than any other state. In 2006-07, Victorian farmers produced 124,000 tonnes of tomatoes, ahead of Queensland (121,000 tonnes) and New South Wales (35,900 tonnes).
TOMATOES (a), Victoria
(a) Prior to 2000, the reference period was 31 March; from 2000, the reference period was 30 June.
(b) The ABS has moved to a new frame from the 2005-06 Agricultural Census onwards. This means that data are not directly comparable with historical time series. For more information, please see the technical notes at the back of the 2005-06 edition of the source publication 7121.0.
Sources: Agricultural Commodities, Australia (cat. no. 7121.0) and Historical Selected Agricultural Commodities, by State, 1861 to Present (cat. no. 7124.0).
In 2006-07, 93% of all tomatoes produced in Victoria came from the Goulburn Statistical Division (115,000 tonnes) and 5% came from the Mallee Statistical Division (5,900 tonnes).
TOMATOES, PRODUCTION, 2006-07
^ estimate has a relative standard error of 10% to less than 25% and should be used with caution
* estimate has a relative standard error of 25% to 50% and should be used with caution
** estimate has a relative standard error greater than 50% and is considered too unreliable for general use
Source: Agricultural Commodities, Small Area Data, Australia (cat. no. 7125.0).
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