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1 Catalogue no X Fruit and Vegetable Production February 2012

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3 Statistics Canada Agriculture Division Crops Section Fruit and Vegetable Production February 2012 Published by authority of the Minister responsible for Statistics Canada Minister of Industry, 2012 All rights reserved. Use of this publication is governed by the Statistics Canada Open License Agreement: February 2012 Catalogue no X, vol. 80, no. 2 ISSN Frequency: Semi-Annual Ottawa Cette publication est également disponible en français. Note of appreciation Canada owes the success of its statistical system to a long-standing partnership between Statistics Canada, the citizens of Canada, its businesses, governments and other institutions. Accurate and timely statistical information could not be produced without their continued cooperation and goodwill.

4 User information Symbols The following standard symbols are used in Statistics Canada publications:. not available for any reference period.. not available for a specific reference period... not applicable 0 true zero or a rounded to zero 0 s rounded to 0 (zero) where there is a meaningful distinction between true zero and the that was rounded p r x E F preliminary revised suppressed to meet the confidentiality requirements of the Statistics Act usewithcaution too unreliable to be published * significantly different from reference category (p < 0.05) Acknowledgements The following staff members have contributed to this publication: Suzanne Danis, Serge DesRoches, Michele Lapointe, Sheba Mirza, Rosaria Spataro and Leah St.Michael. This publication was prepared under the direction of: Marco Morin, Chief, Crops Section Lorie Shinder, Head, Horticulture unit Willa Peters-Langlois, Survey Manager, Fruits and Vegetables, Horticulture unit Special thanks are extended to the staff from the Collection Planning and Management Division, the staff from the Collection Systems and Infrastructure Division, staff from Farm Register in Agriculture Division, Nicolas Potvin and Wendell Pitt from the Survey Processing Unit in Agriculture Division, Rachelle St-Amour from the Systems Development Division, Kimberley Coleman and Jean-Sébastien Provençal from the Business Survey Methods Division as well as the CANSIM and Smart publishing teams from Dissemination Division for their support and contribution to this publication. 2 Statistics Canada Catalogue no X

5 Table of contents Highlights 5 Charts 1. Fruits and Vegetables Sales in Canada ( ) 5 Text tables 1. Fruit and Vegetable Sales, 2009, 2010 and Related products 7 Statistical tables 1 Estimate of area, commercial production and farm gate of fruits in Canada, by province, Estimate of area, commercial production and farm gate of fruits in Canada, by province, Area, production and farm gate of commercial vegetables in Canada, by province, Newfoundland and Labrador Prince Edward Island Nova Scotia New Brunswick Quebec Ontario Manitoba Saskatchewan Alberta British Columbia Canada 26 4 Area, production and farm gate of commercial vegetables in Canada, by province, Newfoundland and Labrador Prince Edward Island Nova Scotia New Brunswick Quebec Ontario Manitoba Saskatchewan 34 Statistics Canada Catalogue no X 3

6 Table of contents continued 4-9 Alberta British Columbia Canada 37 Data quality, concepts and methodology Methodology and data quality 38 4 Statistics Canada Catalogue no X

7 Highlights Overall series for fruit and vegetable sales have fluctuated in fairly narrow ranges since Sales of fruits and vegetables by Canadian farmers amounted to $1.5 billion in 2011, up by 7.1% from Fruit growers reported sales amounting to $753 million, up 14.3% from 2010, while vegetable sales rose 0.9% to $780 million. Chart 1 Fruits and Vegetables Sales in Canada ( ) 900, , , , , , , , ,000 0 Fruits Vegetables Most of the 14.3% increase in 2011 fruit sales was attributable to blueberry sales, up 36.4% and cranberry sales, up 25.7% compared to Increased production was the main factor for increased sales in blueberries and cranberries. Farmers in Ontario and Quebec accounted for more than 80% of vegetable sales. The vast majority of fruit sales came from three provinces: British Columbia (37.7%), Ontario (27.0%) and Quebec (23.1%). Farmers planted 534,024 acres in fruits and vegetables, a 1.5% decline from Vegetable area in 2011 fell by 6.1% to 234,942 acres, mainly due to weather conditions. The largest contributors to the decrease in vegetable area were sweet corn, with 10.2% fewer acres in 2011 compared with 2010, and beans, with a 15.5% drop in acreage. Farmers planted 299,082 acres in fruits in 2011, up 2.4% from Blueberry plantings were mainly responsible for the increased fruit area. Production of fruits rose 9.5% while vegetable production declined 2.5%. Three crops accounted for most of the increased production in fruit: blueberries, apples and cranberries. On the other hand, the main vegetables contributing to the decrease in production were tomatoes, which fell 4.4%, and cucumbers and gherkins, which dropped 23.4%. Statistics Canada Catalogue no X 5

8 Text table 1 Fruit and Vegetable Sales, 2009, 2010 and r 2010 r to to 2011 millions percentage change Fruits Canada Atlantic Provinces Quebec Ontario Prairies British Columbia Vegetables Canada Atlantic Provinces Quebec Ontario Prairies British Columbia Fruits and Vegetables Total Canada 1,462 1,432 1, Statistics Canada Catalogue no X

9 Related products Selected publications from Statistics Canada X X X X Farm Cash Receipts - Agriculture Economic Statistics Canadian Potato Production Greenhouse, Sod and Nursery Industries Production and Value of Honey and Maple Products Selected CANSIM tables from Statistics Canada Production and of greenhouse vegetables, annual Production and of honey, annual Production and farm of maple products, annual Area, production and farm of fresh and processed fruits, by province, annual Area, production and sales of mushrooms, annual Area, production and farm of vegetables, annual Area, production and farm of potatoes, annual Farm cash receipts, annual Farm cash receipts, quarterly Selected surveys from Statistics Canada 3407 Fruit and Vegetable Survey 3411 Mushroom Growers Survey 3414 Maple Products 3416 Annual Greenhouse, Sod and Nursery Survey 3419 Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick Honey Survey Statistics Canada Catalogue no X 7

10 3437 Farm Cash Receipts 3446 Potato Area and Yield Survey 3473 Net Farm Income 8 Statistics Canada Catalogue no X

11 Statistical tables

12 Table 1 Estimate of area, commercial production and farm gate of fruits in Canada, by province, 2010 Cultivated area, total 1 Bearing area Marketed production Farm gate acres hectares acres hectares tons metric tonnes Newfoundland and Labrador Apples F F F Apricots Blueberries Cherries, sour Cherries, sweet Cranberries x x x x x x x Grapes Nectarines Peaches Pears Plums and prunes 4 r 2 r 3 r 1 r 1 r 1 r 2 r Raspberries Strawberries Prince Edward Island Apples Apricots Blueberries 2 11,624 4,704 5,908 2,391 6,214 5,637 8,104 Cherries, sour Cherries, sweet Cranberries Grapes E 14 E F Nectarines Peaches Pears x x x x x x x Plums and prunes Raspberries Strawberries Nova Scotia Apples 4,573 1,851 4,161 1,684 37,101 33,657 12,178 Apricots Blueberries 2 38,569 15,608 18,677 7,558 16,395 14,873 22,278 Cherries, sour x x x x x x x Cherries, sweet Cranberries , ,324 Grapes ,236 Nectarines Peaches Pears Plums and prunes Raspberries Strawberries ,347 1,222 4,561 New Brunswick Apples ,084 3,704 1,597 Apricots Blueberries 2 26,995 10,924 14,813 5,995 16,290 14,778 20,067 Cherries, sour Cherries, sweet Cranberries ,298 3,899 2,260 Grapes Nectarines Peaches Pears x x x x x x x Plums and prunes Raspberries Strawberries , ,957 See notes at the end of the table. 10 Statistics Canada Catalogue no X

13 Table 1 continued Estimate of area, commercial production and farm gate of fruits in Canada, by province, 2010 Cultivated area, total 1 Bearing area Marketed production Farm gate acres hectares acres hectares tons metric tonnes Quebec Apples 14,800 5,989 11,634 4, ,209 r 105,423 r 38,583 r Apricots Blueberries 2 68,450 r 27,701 r 29,541 11,955 6,949 Er 6,304 Er 11,574 r Cherries, sour x x x x x x x Cherries, sweet Cranberries 6,825 2,762 4,877 1,974 44,251 40,144 24,947 Grapes 3 1, , ,303 1,182 2,445 Nectarines Peaches Pears Plums and prunes Raspberries 1, , ,216 1,103 6,273 Strawberries 3,925 1,588 2,944 1,191 9,445 8,568 31,246 Ontario Apples 15,800 6,394 15,400 6, ,584 r 135,700 r 64,889 r Apricots Blueberries ,140 1,034 4,330 Cherries, sour 2,800 1,133 2, ,323 5,736 2,511 Cherries, sweet ,892 Cranberries x x x x x x x Grapes 3 17,626 7,133 16,005 6,477 61,759 56,026 72,315 Nectarines 658 E 266 E F F F F F Peaches 5,100 2,064 4,250 1,720 19,515 17,704 19,615 Pears 1, , ,228 2,928 3,590 Plums and prunes 740 r 299 r 589 r 238 r 2,171 r 1,969 r 3,486 r Raspberries ,755 Strawberries 2,900 1,174 2, ,457 5,857 20,805 Manitoba Apples F F F F F F F Apricots Blueberries Cherries, sour Cherries, sweet Cranberries Grapes Nectarines Peaches Pears Plums and prunes Raspberries Strawberries ,015 Saskatchewan Apples E 12 E 17 Apricots Blueberries Cherries, sour F F F Cherries, sweet Cranberries Grapes Nectarines Peaches Pears Plums and prunes Raspberries 90 E 36 E 55 E 22 E Strawberries See notes at the end of the table. Statistics Canada Catalogue no X 11

14 Table 1 continued Estimate of area, commercial production and farm gate of fruits in Canada, by province, 2010 Cultivated area, total 1 Bearing area Marketed production Farm gate acres hectares acres hectares tons metric tonnes Alberta Apples E 12 E F F F Apricots Blueberries Cherries, sour F F F F F Cherries, sweet Cranberries Grapes Nectarines Peaches Pears Plums and prunes Raspberries Strawberries British Columbia Apples 8,773 3,550 8,291 3, ,574 92,146 31,518 Apricots Blueberries 2 18,845 7,626 14,708 5,952 45,000 40,823 82,620 Cherries, sour E 114 E 95 Cherries, sweet 3,264 1,321 2,859 1,157 10,021 9,091 32,333 Cranberries 6,515 2,637 5,814 2,353 32,891 29,838 40,925 Grapes 3 9,083 3,676 8,285 3,353 19,260 17,472 34,121 Nectarines ,128 1,023 1,168 Peaches 1, ,241 4,755 4,962 Pears ,890 4,436 2,959 Plums and prunes , Raspberries 3,955 1,601 3,672 1,486 10,945 9,929 17,306 Strawberries ,062 1,871 6,031 Canada Apples 44,751 18,110 40,142 16, ,985 r 371,025 r 149,140 r Apricots Blueberries 2 166,019 r 67,185 r 84,700 34,277 92,099 r 83,550 r 149,124 r Cherries, sour 3,127 1,265 2,556 1,034 6,477 5,875 2,735 Cherries, sweet 3,701 1,498 3,254 1,317 10,653 9,664 34,233 Cranberries 14,541 5,885 11,554 4,676 83,120 75,405 69,975 Grapes 3 28,782 11,648 25,843 10,458 83,286 75, ,197 Nectarines ,425 r 3,107 r 4,483 Peaches 6,213 2,514 5,258 2,128 24,869 22,561 24,700 Pears 1, , ,634 7,833 6,892 Plums and prunes 1,151 r 466 r 941 r 381 r 3,298 r 2,992 r 4,568 r Raspberries 6,645 2,689 5,910 2,392 13,078 11,864 28,837 Strawberries 9,625 3,895 7,516 3,042 21,294 19,318 68, Cultivated area includes bearing and non-bearing area. 2. Includes low bush blueberries and high bush blueberries. 3. Includes table grapes and wine grapes. 12 Statistics Canada Catalogue no X

15 Table 2 Estimate of area, commercial production and farm gate of fruits in Canada, by province, 2011 Cultivated area, total 1 Bearing area Marketed production Farm gate acres hectares acres hectares tons metric tonnes Newfoundland and Labrador Apples x x x x x x x Apricots Blueberries E 372 E F F 107 E 97 E 159 E Cherries, sour Cherries, sweet Cranberries x x x x x x x Grapes Nectarines Peaches Pears Plums and prunes x x x x x x x Raspberries Saskatoon berries Strawberries Prince Edward Island Apples Apricots Blueberries 2 12,105 4,899 5,925 2,398 6,669 6,050 8,780 Cherries, sour Cherries, sweet Cranberries Grapes 3 x x x x x x x Nectarines Peaches Pears x x x x x x x Plums and prunes x x x x x x x Raspberries Saskatoon berries Strawberries ,092 Nova Scotia Apples 4,481 1,813 4,067 1,646 37,181 33,730 12,622 Apricots Blueberries 2 43,396 17,562 18,959 7,672 14,712 13,347 22,154 Cherries, sour x x x x x x x Cherries, sweet Cranberries ,623 1,472 2,386 Grapes ,183 1,073 1,481 Nectarines Peaches Pears Plums and prunes Raspberries Saskatoon berries Strawberries ,312 1,190 4,585 New Brunswick Apples ,355 3,951 2,301 Apricots Blueberries 2 27,925 11,301 14,021 5,674 13,791 12,511 20,925 Cherries, sour Cherries, sweet Cranberries ,640 6,024 5,225 Grapes 3 x x x x x x x Nectarines Peaches Pears x x x x x x x Plums and prunes x x x x x x x Raspberries Saskatoon berries Strawberries ,250 1,134 3,607 See notes at the end of the table. Statistics Canada Catalogue no X 13

16 Table 2 continued Estimate of area, commercial production and farm gate of fruits in Canada, by province, 2011 Cultivated area, total 1 Bearing area Marketed production Farm gate acres hectares acres hectares tons metric tonnes Quebec Apples 13,589 5,499 11,117 4, , ,591 42,199 Apricots Blueberries 2 68,969 27,911 37,426 15,146 31,029 28,149 41,278 Cherries, sour x x x x x x x Cherries, sweet 9 4 F F F F F Cranberries 7,098 2,872 5,667 2,293 55,748 50,573 41,728 Grapes 3 1, , ,985 1,800 3,250 Nectarines Peaches Pears Plums and prunes Raspberries 1, , ,386 1,257 7,368 Saskatoon berries Strawberries 4,452 1,802 3,412 1,381 11,897 10,793 36,248 Ontario Apples 15,827 6,405 15,152 6, , ,028 65,135 Apricots Blueberries ,396 Cherries, sour 2, , ,498 3,173 1,729 Cherries, sweet ,237 Cranberries x x x x x x x Grapes 3 17,730 7,175 15,993 6,472 60,386 54,781 68,356 Nectarines 706 E 286 E 537 E 217 E 2,374 E 2,153 E 3,838 E Peaches 5,350 2,165 4,469 1,809 20,931 18,988 27,387 Pears 1, ,465 3,143 4,158 Plums and prunes ,476 1,339 2,453 Raspberries ,886 Saskatoon berries Strawberries 2,900 1,174 2, ,215 4,731 18,644 Manitoba Apples x x x x x x x Apricots Blueberries Cherries, sour x x x x x x x Cherries, sweet Cranberries Grapes Nectarines Peaches Pears Plums and prunes Raspberries F Saskatoon berries E 42 E 218 E Strawberries ,281 Saskatchewan Apples E 16 E F F F Apricots Blueberries Cherries, sour Cherries, sweet Cranberries Grapes Nectarines Peaches Pears Plums and prunes Raspberries F F F F Saskatoon berries Strawberries E 42 E 210 E See notes at the end of the table. 14 Statistics Canada Catalogue no X

17 Table 2 continued Estimate of area, commercial production and farm gate of fruits in Canada, by province, 2011 Cultivated area, total 1 Bearing area Marketed production Farm gate acres hectares acres hectares tons metric tonnes Alberta Apples 83 E 34 E F F 20 E 18 E 14 E Apricots Blueberries Cherries, sour Cherries, sweet Cranberries Grapes 3 F F F F F F F Nectarines Peaches Pears Plums and prunes Raspberries Saskatoon berries 1, Strawberries British Columbia Apples 8,844 3,579 8,287 3, ,499 96,614 37,807 Apricots Blueberries 2 18,912 7,653 17,625 7,133 56,596 51, ,757 Cherries, sour x x x x x x x Cherries, sweet 3,690 1,493 3,233 1,308 10,329 9,370 30,838 Cranberries 6,515 2,637 5,954 2,409 30,219 27,414 37,534 Grapes 3 9,191 3,719 8,606 3,483 22,045 19,998 39,333 Nectarines Peaches 1, , ,473 4,057 5,039 Pears ,122 4,647 2,500 Plums and prunes ,159 1, Raspberries 3,955 1,601 3,762 1,522 11,284 10,236 15,795 Saskatoon berries F F F F 24 E 22 E 80 E Strawberries ,951 1,770 5,685 Canada Apples 43,538 17,619 39,325 15, , , ,469 Apricots Blueberries 2 172,911 69,974 94,920 38, , , ,449 Cherries, sour 2,681 1,085 2, ,749 3,401 2,106 Cherries, sweet 4,250 1,720 3,710 1,501 11,103 10,072 33,115 Cranberries 15,056 6,093 12,680 5,131 95,114 86,286 87,980 Grapes 3 29,119 11,784 26,324 10,653 85,688 77, ,574 Nectarines ,262 2,959 4,709 Peaches 6,472 2,619 5,587 2,261 25,535 23,165 32,603 Pears 2, , ,142 8,293 6,992 Plums and prunes 1, ,717 2,464 3,489 Raspberries 6,674 2,701 6,073 2,458 13,542 12,285 28,460 Saskatoon berries 2,592 1,049 1, ,212 Strawberries 10,160 4,112 7,709 3,120 22,717 20,609 72, Cultivated area includes bearing and non-bearing area. 2. Includes low bush blueberries and high bush blueberries. 3. Includes table grapes and wine grapes. Statistics Canada Catalogue no X 15

18 Table 3-1 Area, production and farm gate of commercial vegetables in Canada, by province, 2010 Newfoundland and Labrador Newfoundland and Labrador Asparagus Beans Beets Broccoli 20 E 8 E F F Brussels sprouts Cabbage ,657 1,503 1,657 1, Carrots ,602 1,453 1,595 1,447 1,130 Cauliflower F F F F F F F F 15 E Celery Corn Cucumbers Garlic Leeks Lettuce 3 x x x x x x x x x Dry onions Other melons Parsley Parsnips F F F F F Peas Peppers Pumpkins Radishes E 2 E 2 E 2 E 4 E Rhubarb Rutabagas and turnips ,194 1,083 1,164 1, Shallots Spinach 1 E 0 E 1 E 0 E 2 E 2 E 2 E 2 E 8 E Squash and zucchinis Tomatoes x x x x x x x x x Watermelon Statistics Canada Catalogue no X

19 Table 3-2 Area, production and farm gate of commercial vegetables in Canada, by province, 2010 Prince Edward Island Prince Edward Island Asparagus F F F F F F F F F Beans Beets F F F F x x x x 159 Broccoli 51 E 21 E 50 E 20 E 168 E 152 E 168 E 152 E 146 E Brussels sprouts Cabbage ,104 1,908 2,104 1, Carrots 2 1, , ,553 16,831 15,236 r 13,821 r 3,310 r Cauliflower F F F F F F F F F Celery Corn Cucumbers E 48 E 53 E 48 E 54 Garlic Leeks Lettuce 3 x x x x x x x x x Dry onions x x x x x x x x x Other melons Parsley Parsnips F F F F F F F F F Peas Peppers Pumpkins 46 E 19 E 46 E 19 E F Radishes F F F F F F F F F Rhubarb Rutabagas and turnips ,098 5,532 5,359 4,861 1,678 Shallots Spinach E 2 E 2 E 2 E 7 Squash and zucchinis F F F F 50 Tomatoes Watermelon Statistics Canada Catalogue no X 17

20 Table 3-3 Area, production and farm gate of commercial vegetables in Canada, by province, 2010 Nova Scotia Nova Scotia Asparagus Beans Beets Broccoli x x x x x x x x x Brussels sprouts Cabbage ,180 1,978 2,180 1, Carrots 2 2,636 1,067 2,556 1,034 55,724 50,552 49,711 45,097 6,143 Cauliflower x x x x x Celery Corn ,119 1,015 1,119 1, Cucumbers E 151 E 163 E 148 E 186 E Garlic Leeks Lettuce Dry onions ,744 9,747 10,744 9,747 2,959 Other melons Parsley Parsnips x x x x x x x x x Peas Peppers Pumpkins Radishes Rhubarb Rutabagas and turnips ,566 2,327 2,566 2, Shallots x x x x 126 Spinach Squash and zucchinis Tomatoes Watermelon Statistics Canada Catalogue no X

21 Table 3-4 Area, production and farm gate of commercial vegetables in Canada, by province, 2010 New Brunswick New Brunswick Asparagus x x x x x x x x x Beans Beets Broccoli 71 E 29 E 70 E 28 E F F F F F Brussels sprouts E 2 E 3 E 2 E 8 Cabbage ,386 2,165 2,351 2, Carrots ,315 2,100 2,315 2, Cauliflower Celery F F F F F F F F F Corn Cucumbers Garlic Leeks Lettuce E Dry onions Other melons Parsley Parsnips Peas Peppers Pumpkins ,422 1,290 1,419 1, Radishes Rhubarb Rutabagas and turnips Shallots Spinach 9 E 4 E 9 E 4 E E Squash and zucchinis Tomatoes Watermelon Statistics Canada Catalogue no X 19

22 Table 3-5 Area, production and farm gate of commercial vegetables in Canada, by province, 2010 Quebec Quebec Asparagus ,594 Beans 8,756 3,543 7,998 3,237 19,857 18,014 19,857 18,014 12,178 Beets 1, , ,694 14,237 15,639 14,187 3,234 Broccoli 4,441 1,797 4,248 1,719 23,866 21,650 23,859 21,645 17,887 Brussels sprouts Cabbage 1 4,680 1,894 4,461 1,805 82,273 74,636 75,456 68,453 19,698 Carrots 2 6,962 r 2,817 r 6,350 2, ,014 97, ,015 93,453 32,477 Cauliflower 2, , ,974 14,491 15,973 14,490 11,057 Celery 1, , ,280 17,491 19,166 17,387 9,951 Corn 20,275 8,205 17,528 7,093 79,301 71,940 72,050 65,363 19,214 Cucumbers 2, , ,976 17,214 18,964 17,203 7,181 Garlic F F F F F F F F F Leeks ,499 E 3,174 E 3,498 E 3,173 E 3,894 Lettuce 3 9,482 r 3,837 r 8,893 r 3,599 r 59,664 r 54,126 r 59,664 r 54,126 r 44,506 Dry onions 4,291 1,737 3,990 1,615 71,618 64,971 70,816 64,243 25,131 Other melons ,189 E 4,707 E 5,189 E 4,707 E 3,465 E Parsley r Parsnips ,809 1,641 1,785 1,619 1,653 Peas 8,509 3,443 6,973 2,822 13,692 12,421 13,495 12,242 3,573 Peppers 1, , ,020 17,254 19,014 17,249 13,481 Pumpkins 1, , ,017 11,809 12,959 11,756 2,620 Radishes 1, , ,041 9,109 10,041 9,109 7,939 Rhubarb F F F F 395 E Rutabagas and turnips 1, , ,339 15,730 17,145 15,554 6,586 Shallots ,202 5,626 6,195 5,620 7,394 Spinach F F F F 2,440 E 2,214 E 2,216 E 2,010 E F Squash and zucchinis 1, , ,785 7,062 7,585 6,881 5,017 Tomatoes 1, , ,620 6,005 6,594 5,982 6,660 Watermelon Statistics Canada Catalogue no X

23 Table 3-6 Area, production and farm gate of commercial vegetables in Canada, by province, 2010 Ontario Ontario Asparagus 3,200 1,295 2,995 1,212 5,370 4,872 5,370 4,871 16,193 Beans 9,759 3,949 9,229 3,735 26,168 23,739 24,821 22,517 12,122 Beets 1, , ,500 8,618 9,213 8,358 3,302 Broccoli 4,437 1,796 3,798 1,537 14,520 13,172 14,518 13,170 12,305 Brussels sprouts F F F F F F F F F Cabbage 1 5,347 2,164 4,886 1,977 62,469 56,670 60,429 54,820 17,874 Carrots 2 8,403 3,401 8,400 3, , , , ,893 42,309 Cauliflower 1, , ,025 11,816 13,016 11,807 7,694 Celery ,250 13,835 15,000 13,608 4,550 Corn 24,901 10,077 23,309 9, , , , ,459 30,473 Cucumbers 3,300 1,335 3,156 1,277 36,528 33,138 36,528 33,138 15,764 Garlic E 319 E 314 E 284 E 1,205 Leeks ,705 E 1,546 E 1,682 E 1,525 E 2,284 Lettuce ,985 4,522 4,985 4,522 4,237 Dry onions 6,512 2,635 6,077 2,459 97,500 88,451 92,500 83,915 31,133 Other melons F F F F F F F F F Parsley F F F F 1,369 E 1,242 E 1,343 E 1,218 E 1,935 E Parsnips ,050 1,860 1,750 1,588 1,012 Peas 13,736 5,559 13,450 5,443 28,201 25,584 28,178 25,563 9,320 Peppers 3,200 1,295 3,103 1,256 29,854 27,083 27,315 24,779 16,721 Pumpkins 4,436 1,795 4,116 1,666 25,500 23,133 24,750 22,453 7,280 Radishes ,340 2,123 2,340 2,123 1,675 Rhubarb F F F F F F F F F Rutabagas and turnips 1, , ,089 17,317 19,087 17,315 5,123 Shallots F F 2,275 E 2,064 E F Spinach 1,087 E 440 E 1,042 E 422 E 2,803 E 2,543 E 2,785 E 2,526 E 3,678 Squash and zucchinis 3,638 1,472 3,561 1,441 18,525 16,806 16,526 14,992 10,189 Tomatoes 15,317 6,199 15,035 6, , , , ,043 67,538 Watermelon F F F F F F F F F Statistics Canada Catalogue no X 21

24 Table 3-7 Area, production and farm gate of commercial vegetables in Canada, by province, 2010 Manitoba Manitoba Asparagus x x x x x x x x x Beans 162 E 66 E 162 E 66 E 102 E 92 E 102 E 92 E 152 E Beets 53 E 21 E F F x x x x F Broccoli x x x x x x x x x Brussels sprouts Cabbage ,400 2,177 2,400 2,177 1,026 Carrots 2 1, ,291 E 12,965 E 14,145 E 12,832 E 5,653 Cauliflower 593 E 240 E 423 E 171 E F F F F F Celery x x x x x x x x x Corn ,416 1,284 1,416 1,284 1,163 Cucumbers Garlic Leeks Lettuce 3 F F F F x x x x x Dry onions F F F F 2,725 Other melons Parsley Parsnips x x x x x x x x x Peas F F F F F F F F F Peppers Pumpkins Radishes x x x x x x x x x Rhubarb Rutabagas and turnips x x x x x x x x x Shallots 118 E 48 E F F F F F F F Spinach F F F F F F F F F Squash and zucchinis F F F F F F F F F Tomatoes 28 E 11 E 23 E 9 E Watermelon Statistics Canada Catalogue no X

25 Table 3-8 Area, production and farm gate of commercial vegetables in Canada, by province, 2010 Saskatchewan Saskatchewan Asparagus F F F F F F F F F Beans E 4 E 13 E 12 E 13 E 12 E 64 E Beets 10 E 4 E 10 E 4 E 18 E 16 E 18 E 16 E 30 Broccoli F F F F F F F F F Brussels sprouts Cabbage ,920 1,741 1,920 1, Carrots Cauliflower F F F F F F F F F Celery F F F F F F F F F Corn E 21 E F F F F 75 E Cucumbers E 29 E 32 E 29 E 90 Garlic Leeks Lettuce F F F F 33 E Dry onions 11 4 F F F F F F 44 Other melons Parsley Parsnips F F F F F F F F F Peas F F F F F F 105 E Peppers F F F F F F F F F Pumpkins F F F F F F F F F Radishes x x x x x x x x x Rhubarb Rutabagas and turnips F F F F F F F F F Shallots E 1 E x x x x F Spinach F F F F F F F F F Squash and zucchinis 16 E 6 E F F F F F F F Tomatoes 9 E 4 E F F F F F F F Watermelon Statistics Canada Catalogue no X 23

26 Table 3-9 Area, production and farm gate of commercial vegetables in Canada, by province, 2010 Alberta Alberta Asparagus 40 E 16 E 15 E 6 E 4 E 3 E 4 E 3 E F Beans F F F F F F F F 622E Beets Broccoli E 51 E 56 E 51 E 56 Brussels sprouts F F F F F F F F F Cabbage ,161 3,774 3,523 3,196 1,936 Carrots ,684 E 1,528 E 1,684 E 1,528 E 1,811 Cauliflower Celery x x x x x x x x x Corn 3,182 1,288 1, ,694 6,979 7,694 6,979 2,205 E Cucumbers Garlic Leeks F F F F 5 E 4 E 5 E 4 E 14 E Lettuce E Dry onions x x x x x x x x x Other melons Parsley Parsnips F F F F F F F F F Peas 3,214 1,301 2, ,855 2,590 2,854 2, Peppers Pumpkins F F F F F F F F F Radishes x x x x x x x x x Rhubarb Rutabagas and turnips x x x x x x x x x Shallots F F F F F F F F F Spinach 10 E 4 E 10 E 4 E F F F F F Squash and zucchinis F F F F 106 E Tomatoes x x x x x x x x x Watermelon Statistics Canada Catalogue no X

27 Table 3-10 Area, production and farm gate of commercial vegetables in Canada, by province, 2010 British Columbia British Columbia Asparagus 354 E 143 E F F F F F F F Beans 2, , ,945 4,486 4,945 4,486 3,960 Beets F F F F 1,430 E Broccoli F F ,255 1,139 1,254 1,138 1,270 Brussels sprouts ,327 3,018 3,326 3,017 2,678 Cabbage ,258 5,677 6,254 5,674 3,470 Carrots E 285 E 519 E 210 E 6,493 5,890 6,493 5,890 3,617 Cauliflower x x x x x Celery x x x x x x x x x Corn 2, , ,734 5,201 5,734 5,201 5,522 Cucumbers ,154 Garlic Leeks F F F F F F F F F Lettuce ,725 9,729 10,724 9,728 8,422 Dry onions F F F F x x x x 2,091 E Other melons F F F F 374 E Parsley F F 47 E 19 E F F F F 564 E Parsnips 41 E 17 E 41 E 17 E F F F F F Peas 1, , ,177 1,974 2,177 1,974 1,483 Peppers ,466 E 2,237 E 2,464 E 2,235 E 2,487 Pumpkins ,483 8,603 9,260 8,400 3,727 Radishes Rhubarb E 62 E F F F F F Rutabagas and turnips 256 E 104 E 203 Er 82 Er 1,806 Er 1,638 Er 1,806 Er 1,638 Er 1,233 Er Shallots F F E 678 E 748 E 678 E 1,294 Spinach 207 E 84 E 197 E 80 E 958 E 869 E 958 E 869 E 1,161 E Squash and zucchinis ,889 4,435 4,889 4,435 4,469 Tomatoes ,768 1,604 1,756 1,593 1,912 Watermelon F F F F F F F F F Statistics Canada Catalogue no X 25

28 Table 3-11 Area, production and farm gate of commercial vegetables in Canada, by province, 2010 Canada Canada Asparagus 4,520 1,829 4,183 1,693 6,860 6,223 6,845 6,210 21,465 Beans 21,503 8,702 20,049 8,114 51,893 47,077 50,544 45,852 30,626 Beets 3,068 1,242 2,826 1,144 28,108 25,499 27,765 25,188 9,517 Broccoli 11,258 4,556 9,909 4,010 42,910 38,927 42,900 38,918 35,594 Brussels sprouts 1, , ,487 4,977 5,486 4,976 F Cabbage 1 12,469 5,046 11,631 4, , , , ,582 47,653 Carrots 2 21,611 r 8,746 r 20,581 8, , , ,295 r 402,150 r 97,071 r Cauliflower 4,861 1,967 4,332 1,753 35,710 32,395 35,689 32,377 24,183 Celery 2, , ,161 32,804 35,796 32,474 15,562 Corn 52,375 21,195 46,581 18, , , , ,103 60,152 Cucumbers 5,839 2,363 5,661 2,291 57,402 52,074 57,380 52,054 25,118 Garlic ,617 Leeks ,814 5,274 5,784 5,247 7,217 Lettuce 3 11,556 r 4,677 r 10,835 r 4,385 r 76,575 r 69,467 r 76,560 r 69,454 r 59,431 Dry onions 13,813 5,590 13,008 5, ,113 r 197,869 r 210,345 r 190,821 r 73,515 Other melons 1, , ,219 11,992 13,215 11,988 7,114 Parsley 432 E 175 E F F 2,089 1,895 2,062 1,870 3,155 r Parsnips ,583 r 5,064 r 5,257 r 4,769 r 4,752 r Peas 26,682 10,798 24,024 9,722 47,023 42,659 46,802 42,458 15,577 Peppers 4,799 1,942 4,617 1,868 51,467 46,690 48,920 44,379 32,866 Pumpkins 7,665 3,102 6,895 2,790 52,534 47,658 51,451 46,675 15,339 Radishes 2, , ,218 12,898 14,218 12,898 11,481 Rhubarb ,296 2,082 2,194 1,990 1,797 Rutabagas and turnips 4,536 1,836 4,202 r 1,700 r 52,308 r 47,453 r 51,273 r 46,514 r 18,532 r Shallots 1, , ,437 10,375 11,354 10,300 14,301 Spinach 2,491 1,008 2, ,276 5,693 6,033 5,473 8,015 Squash and zucchinis 6,335 2,564 6,073 2,458 33,445 30,340 31,185 28,291 20,998 Tomatoes 16,780 6,791 16,366 6, , , , ,792 76,500 Watermelon 1,810 E 732 E 1,801 E 729 E 20,626 E 18,712 E 20,606 E 18,693 E 7,242 E 26 Statistics Canada Catalogue no X

29 Table 4-1 Area, production and farm gate of commercial vegetables in Canada, by province, 2011 Newfoundland and Labrador Newfoundland and Labrador Asparagus Beans F F F F F F F F F Beets Broccoli F F F F F F F F F Brussels sprouts Cabbage ,120 1,016 1, Carrots ,282 1,163 1,260 1,143 1,031 Cauliflower F F F F F F F F F Celery Corn 13 5 F F F F F F F Cucumbers Garlic Leeks Lettuce Dry onions F F F F F F F F 2 E Other melons Parsley Parsnips E 58 E 64 E 58 E 74 Peas F F F F F F F F F Peppers Pumpkins E 48 E 52 E 47 E 39 E Radishes x x x x x x x x x Rhubarb Rutabagas and turnips ,937 1,757 1,787 1,621 1,355 Shallots Spinach x x x x x x x x x Squash and zucchinis F F F F F F F F F Tomatoes x x x x x x x x x Watermelon Statistics Canada Catalogue no X 27

30 Table 4-2 Area, production and farm gate of commercial vegetables in Canada, by province, 2011 Prince Edward Island Prince Edward Island Asparagus x x x x x x x x x Beans Beets Broccoli Brussels sprouts Cabbage ,839 1,668 1,839 1, Carrots 2 1, , ,355 18,466 20,305 18,420 4,434 Cauliflower x x x x x x x x x Celery Corn Cucumbers Garlic Leeks Lettuce x x x x x Dry onions x x x x Other melons Parsley Parsnips Peas E 2 E 2 E 2 E 9 E Peppers Pumpkins Radishes x x x x x x x x x Rhubarb Rutabagas and turnips ,025 8,187 9,025 8,187 2,521 Shallots 1 E 0 E 1 E 0 E 1 E 0 E 1 E 0 E 1 E Spinach F F F F x Squash and zucchinis Tomatoes Watermelon Statistics Canada Catalogue no X

31 Table 4-3 Area, production and farm gate of commercial vegetables in Canada, by province, 2011 Nova Scotia Nova Scotia Asparagus x x x x Beans Beets x x x x x Broccoli x x x x x x x x x Brussels sprouts x x x x x x x x x Cabbage ,743 2,488 2,743 2,488 1,035 Carrots 2 2, , ,993 39,910 43,924 39,847 7,186 Cauliflower x x x x x Celery Corn ,260 1,143 1,260 1, Cucumbers Garlic Leeks Lettuce ,441 Dry onions ,437 10,375 11,437 10,375 3,014 Other melons Parsley Parsnips x x x x x x x x x Peas Peppers x x x x x Pumpkins Radishes Rhubarb Rutabagas and turnips ,541 1,398 1,540 1, Shallots Spinach Squash and zucchinis Tomatoes Watermelon Statistics Canada Catalogue no X 29

32 Table 4-4 Area, production and farm gate of commercial vegetables in Canada, by province, 2011 New Brunswick New Brunswick Asparagus x x x x x x x x x Beans Beets Broccoli Brussels sprouts Cabbage ,511 1,371 1,501 1, Carrots ,200 E 1,996 E 2,195 E 1,991 E 449 E Cauliflower Celery x x x x x x x x x Corn Cucumbers Garlic Leeks 1 E 0 E 1 E 0 E Lettuce Dry onions Other melons Parsley Parsnips 2 E 1 E 2 E 1 E F Peas Peppers Pumpkins ,355 1,229 1,355 1, Radishes 2 E 1 E 2 E 1 E F F F F F Rhubarb Rutabagas and turnips Shallots Spinach Squash and zucchinis Tomatoes Watermelon Statistics Canada Catalogue no X

33 Table 4-5 Area, production and farm gate of commercial vegetables in Canada, by province, 2011 Quebec Quebec Asparagus , , ,393 Beans 7,007 2,836 5,887 2,382 14,457 13,115 14,124 12,813 8,673 Beets 1, , ,245 17,459 18,806 17,061 4,845 Broccoli 3,904 1,580 3,703 1,499 19,776 17,940 19,720 17,890 14,530 Brussels sprouts ,148 Cabbage 1 5,187 2,099 4,927 1,994 87,605 79,473 84,605 76,752 23,906 Carrots 2 7,160 2,898 6,575 2, ,953 99, ,795 95,975 32,160 Cauliflower 1, , ,860 12,573 13,845 12,560 9,163 Celery 1, , ,432 16,721 18,432 16,721 7,831 Corn 18,420 7,454 16,349 6,616 72,885 66,120 69,438 62,993 19,584 Cucumbers 1, , ,917 11,718 12,915 11,716 6,316 Garlic Leeks x x x x x x x x x Lettuce 3 8,412 3,404 7,024 2,843 58,004 52,620 57,549 52,208 36,830 Dry onions 4,608 1,865 4,270 1,728 63,947 58,011 62,697 56,878 22,536 Other melons ,949 3,582 3,947 3,581 1,929 Parsley Parsnips ,627 1,476 1,627 1,476 1,914 Peas 7,344 2,972 6,783 2,745 10,508 9,532 10,508 9,532 3,270 Peppers 1, , ,189 13,779 15,189 13,779 11,920 Pumpkins 1, , ,462 13,120 14,259 12,936 3,040 Radishes 1, , ,215 7,453 8,215 7,453 6,594 Rhubarb E 235 E 259 E 235 E 581 E Rutabagas and turnips 1, , ,499 15,874 15,073 13,674 5,368 Shallots 1, ,696 7,889 8,696 7,889 10,511 Spinach x x x x x x x x x Squash and zucchinis 1, , ,860 7,130 7,815 7,089 7,570 Tomatoes 1, ,766 6,138 6,749 6,122 7,044 Watermelon Statistics Canada Catalogue no X 31

34 Table 4-6 Area, production and farm gate of commercial vegetables in Canada, by province, 2011 Ontario Ontario Asparagus 3,082 1,247 2,730 1,105 5,815 5,275 5,815 5,275 17,443 Beans 9,005 3,644 8,339 3,375 23,729 21,527 23,729 21,527 12,017 Beets 1, , ,775 8,868 9,775 8,868 2,763 Broccoli 4,200 1,700 3,585 1,451 12,054 10,935 12,054 10,935 13,047 Brussels sprouts ,561 1,416 1,561 1,416 2,298 Cabbage 1 6,152 2,490 5,670 2,295 70,569 64,019 69,928 63,437 25,803 Carrots 2 9,053 3,664 8,979 3, , , , ,673 37,700 Cauliflower 1, , ,362 8,493 9,362 8,493 5,950 Celery ,106 10,982 11,143 10,108 3,191 Corn 22,173 8,973 21,730 8, ,650 95, ,981 95,237 29,411 Cucumbers 2,955 1,196 2,514 1,017 29,283 26,565 27,616 25,052 12,149 Garlic ,388 Leeks ,044 E 947 E 1,043 E 946 E 1,603 Lettuce ,772 3,421 3,606 3,271 3,349 Dry onions 6,055 2,450 5,816 2, ,943 97, ,822 96,907 28,493 Other melons ,971 7,231 7,971 7,231 3,849 Parsley ,441 Parsnips ,759 2,502 2,758 2,502 1,306 Peas 12,854 5,202 12,620 5,107 24,556 22,277 24,556 22,277 8,452 Peppers 3,172 1,284 3,096 1,253 33,334 30,240 33,225 30,141 19,011 Pumpkins 3,851 1,558 3,707 1,500 32,450 29,438 32,402 29,394 7,380 Radishes ,913 2,642 2,913 2,642 2,553 Rhubarb 90 E 36 E E 126 E 137 E 124 E 406 E Rutabagas and turnips 1, , ,549 23,178 25,366 23,011 7,583 Shallots ,681 E 1,525 E 1,681 E 1,525 E 3,089 E Spinach 1, , ,324 2,108 2,323 2,107 3,182 Squash and zucchinis 3,333 1,349 3,151 1,275 21,651 19,641 21,449 19,458 12,909 Tomatoes 15,375 6,222 15,175 6, , , , ,814 70,100 Watermelon 1, , ,156 17,378 19,156 17,378 6, Statistics Canada Catalogue no X

35 Table 4-7 Area, production and farm gate of commercial vegetables in Canada, by province, 2011 Manitoba Manitoba Asparagus Beans x x x x x x x x x Beets x x x x x Broccoli x x x x x x x x x Brussels sprouts Cabbage ,947 1,766 1,942 1, Carrots ,912 10,806 11,912 10,806 5,864 Cauliflower ,838 3,481 3,838 3,481 2,952 Celery x x x x x x x x x Corn ,560 1,415 1,560 1,415 1,180 Cucumbers Garlic Leeks E 44 E 47 E 42 E 54 Lettuce x x x x x Dry onions ,733 7,922 6,554 5,945 2,904 Other melons Parsley Parsnips Peas Peppers x x x x x Pumpkins Radishes Rhubarb Rutabagas and turnips Shallots x x x x 414 E Spinach Squash and zucchinis Tomatoes Watermelon Statistics Canada Catalogue no X 33

36 Table 4-8 Area, production and farm gate of commercial vegetables in Canada, by province, 2011 Saskatchewan Saskatchewan Asparagus F F F F F F F F F Beans Beets Broccoli Brussels sprouts Cabbage ,789 1,623 1,775 1, Carrots Cauliflower 6 E 2 E 6 E 2 E x x x x x Celery x x x x x x x x x Corn E 73 E 70 E 64 E 103 E Cucumbers Garlic Leeks Lettuce E Dry onions 10 E 4 E 10 E 4 E Other melons Parsley Parsnips Peas E 28 E 31 E 28 E F Peppers Pumpkins 65E 26 E 65 E 26 E x x x x x Radishes x x x x x x x x x Rhubarb Rutabagas and turnips Shallots Spinach E Squash and zucchinis E 56 E 61 E 55 E 30 Tomatoes Watermelon Statistics Canada Catalogue no X

37 Table 4-9 Area, production and farm gate of commercial vegetables in Canada, by province, 2011 Alberta Alberta Asparagus F F F F F F F F F Beans x x x x x x x x x Beets Broccoli 30 E 12 E 29 E 12 E F F F F F Brussels sprouts x x x x x x x x x Cabbage E 171 E 363 E 147 E 2,743 E 2,488 E 2,729 E 2,475 E 1,572 E Carrots ,567 1,421 1,567 1,421 1,726 Cauliflower x x x x x x x x x Celery x x x x x x x x x Corn 2,694 1,090 2,694 1,090 13,963 12,667 13,963 12,667 3,327 Cucumbers Garlic Leeks x x x x x x x x x Lettuce Dry onions x x x x F F F F F Other melons Parsley Parsnips x x x x x x x x x Peas 3,145 1,273 3,089 1,250 4,163 3,776 4,163 3,776 1,551 Peppers Pumpkins 229 E 93 E 221 E 89 E x x x x x Radishes x x x x F F F F F Rhubarb Rutabagas and turnips F F F F F F F F F Shallots F F F F x x x x F Spinach x x x x x x x x x Squash and zucchinis F F F F F F F F F Tomatoes x x x x x x x x x Watermelon Statistics Canada Catalogue no X 35

38 Table 4-10 Area, production and farm gate of commercial vegetables in Canada, by province, 2011 British Columbia British Columbia Asparagus Beans 1, , ,600 3,265 3,592 3,259 3,195 Beets ,647 3,309 3,647 3,309 3,653 Broccoli ,832 1,662 1,832 1,662 1,849 Brussels sprouts ,997 4,533 4,619 4,190 3,690 Cabbage ,411 6,723 7,304 6,626 4,128 Carrots ,779 7,057 7,779 7,057 4,417 Cauliflower Celery 9 E 4 E F Corn 2, , ,441 4,936 5,441 4,936 4,699 Cucumbers Garlic Leeks Lettuce ,654 6,036 6,653 6,036 5,684 Dry onions 270 E 109 E 265 E 107 E 3,899 3,537 3,899 3,537 1,715 Other melons Parsley Parsnips Peas ,345 1,220 1,345 1,220 1,178 Peppers ,993 1,808 1,993 1,808 1,990 Pumpkins ,435 8,559 9,383 8,512 3,674 Radishes Rhubarb Rutabagas and turnips ,006 1,820 2,006 1,820 1,357 Shallots E 15 E F Spinach Squash and zucchinis ,175 2,880 3,167 2,873 4,083 Tomatoes ,822 1,653 1,793 1,626 2,130 Watermelon Statistics Canada Catalogue no X

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