How to read and understand agriculture statistical data

The data that farmers and other data consumers are looking for can often be hard to decipher.

A report released by the National Statistical Institute of India, however, provides a handy guide on what to look for.

The National Statistical System of India (NSI) has an official website that helps you find out what statistics it releases.

Here is a quick rundown of the most important ones.

Here are the top ten trends you need to know:Averages: This is the number of farmers’ land, as calculated by the Agricultural Census conducted in April 2018.

The average farmers’ share of land in each state is listed for each of them, so it’s not just the number but the average that’s the most useful.

It is important to note that the averages are not the same across states and the average is not always the same as the number.

For instance, in Uttar Pradesh, the average farmers share is 7.4%.

In Tamil Nadu, it is 8.7%.

For the average of Gujarat, it’s 12.3%.

So it’s a bit more difficult to compare across states.

The total number of farms in each area: This shows the number that were surveyed for each year and what the average land size was for each.

This is important for understanding which areas have the most farmers.

For example, the percentage of total land that is irrigated varies across states, which may have an impact on the number and the size of farms that are surveyed.

The average amount of land irrigated in each agricultural area: The average amount was calculated for each state and it can be a useful way to compare states.

For a country like India, which has the highest proportion of arable land, it would be useful to compare the average amount for each country to get an idea of where the farmers are.

The number of irrigated acres per farm: This gives a rough indication of how much irrigated land is in each farm.

This can be useful for determining where the water is being used, and how much is being spent on the water.

The figure above is from the 2015-16 Agricultural Census, but it can also be found in the latest Agricultural Census for 2014-15 and 2015-2016.

In many cases, it can even be a helpful indicator of land usage.

A high number of cultivated croplands means a lot of water is going to be wasted on watering the crops.

The water will be used in a few places, which is a good thing.

It can also tell you where the government spends most of its money, such as on irrigation, and where it is spending less on irrigation.

The figures below show the percentage spent on irrigation in each of the states.

The data is sourced from the last Agricultural Census of India.

The percentage spent in each sector: This can give a good idea of how farmers are spending their money, and it also gives an indication of what is being allocated to each farm sector.

For some, it could be useful in determining which sectors need the most attention.

For instance, a lot is being paid in water-intensive agriculture.

This could indicate that the money for irrigation is being wasted in areas with poor water management.

For others, it may indicate that irrigation is spending too much money on other things, such a roads or water-efficient plants.

The share of total agricultural land in the rural areas: This provides an idea as to the share of the total agricultural area that is in the hands of farmers, with an estimate of the amount of irrigating land in these areas.

The share of rural land in a state’s total agricultural lands has been calculated using the same methodology as the national average.

It will also tell us how much money is being earmarked for agricultural investments in each State.

The national average, calculated for every State, can be found here.

This is the most basic data, but can be supplemented with data on other measures such as crop prices, production, and market prices.

For a comprehensive look at agricultural statistics, it helps to look at a list of agricultural statistics released by various government agencies.

For the latest figures, it has been compiled by the Department of Agricultural Development.

The list includes the latest data from the Agricultural Survey, which shows the percentage that are irrigated.

The latest data can be accessed on the NSI website.