Farmers (not all farmers though) over the years are able to gather data (often not documented) to be able to guess the yields of their crops. This is done over a longer period by farmers with long-term experience.
How about the new farmer or prospective one?
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Relatively new, they may need information to help them make decisions in their cropping investments.
Therefore, for the purposes of better planning and projections, a well documented and accessible data is very relevant for the farmer to have an idea of the yield of the crop he/she wants to grow.
The data provides yield averages of all major crops grown in the country.
Source: Statistics, Research and Info. Directorate (SRID), Min. of Food & Agric.- February 2013