Long-term Crop Yield Trends in the United States

Each point represents crop yield from one state in one year. The transparency level indicates the number of acres produced; darker points mean more acres, and lighter points mean fewer acres. All data from USDA-NASS.   In the remaining figures, crop acres are represented by the size of the point; larger circles mean more acres, smaller circles mean fewer acres. Red line is the state-level yield trend. Barley: Beans: Canola: Corn (maize): Cotton: Alfalfa hay: Lentils: Oats: Peanuts: Rice: Rye: …

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