|dc.description.tableofcontents||CONTENTSI. Red pepperⅡ. GarlicⅢ. OnionⅣ. ChinesecabbageⅤ. RadishABSTRACTRed pepper area is forecast to be reduced to 61,200ha(2011). Yield per 10a isexpected to increase to 327kg(2011). As a result, production is estimated to be200,000ton(2011). Garlic area is forecast to be reduced to 36,000ha(2011). Yieldper 10a is expected to increase to 1,416kg(2011). As a result, production isestimated to be 513,000ton(2011). Onion area is forecast to be increased to19,800ha(2011). Yield per 10a is expected to increase to 6,100kg(2011). As aresult, production is estimated to be 1.21million ton(2011) Planted areas ofChinese cabbage and radish have slightly fallen in 1991/2000. Autumn planting ofboth has declined about 3%, but Spring and Summer planting have risen up. Itshows that demand for chinese cabbage and radish has been constant throughoutthe year. Demand for chinese cabbage and radish is forecast to remain flat inSpring, increase slightly in Summer, and decrease in Autumn. According to this,whole demands will be likely to slowdown. Reduction in demands will likely leadto decreasing planted area.||-|
|dc.title||SITUATION AND OUTLOOK OF VEGETABLE SECTOR||-|
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