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OEKO01: Organic farming by reporting country, unit and time

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Utilised agricultural area excluding kitchen gardens. Total fully converted and under conversion to organic farming by the end of the year. Farming is considered to be organic if it complies with 'Council Regulation (EC) No 834/2007' of 28 June 2007 (OJ No L 189/2007) on organic production and labelling of organic products and repealing Regulation (EEC) No 2092/91. Organic farming can be defined as a method of production which places the highest emphasis on environmental protection and with regard to livestock production, animal welfare considerations. It avoids or largely reduces the use of synthetic chemical units such as fertilizers, pesticides, additives and medicinal products. Organic farming differs from other agricultural production methods in the application of regulated standards (production rules), compulsory control schemes and a specific labelling scheme. Eurostat receives and disseminates data continuously after reception and validation, which means that there might be a lot of missing values before all countries have submitted their data, especially for the last reported year.

reporting country

Denmark

Estimated data: 2004-2007 and 2011 for Number of organic farms.

Denmark

Estimated data: 2007 for Total organic farming area, hectare.

Denmark

Revised data: 2017 for Total organic farming area, hectare.

Denmark


Revised data: 2019 for Number of organic farms, Total organic farming area, hectare and Percent of total utilised agricultural area, %.

Denmark

Definition differs for Number of organic farms 2011.

Finland

Estimated data: 2008 for Number of organic farms.

Åland

Non-complete data: 2002. Revised data: 2019.

Norway

Estimated data: 2008 for Number of organic farms.

Norway

Estimated data: 2017, 2019 for Percent of total utilised agricultural area.

Sweden

Estimated data: 2007 and 2008 for Number of organic farms.

EU

Estimted data: Total organic farming area, hectare 2005-2011.

EU

Estimated data: Percent of total utilised agricultural area 2017, 2019.

EU

Provisional data: Total organic farming area, hectare and Percent of total utilised agricultural area 2018.

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Number of organic farms

Organic agricultural producers registred at the end of the year.

Total organic farming area, hectare

Total fully converted and under conversion to organic farming