Top 10 Carrot and Turnip producing countries in the world - production and area under cultivation [2019]

Last Modified: Fri Jun 25 2021 08:58:00 GMT+0530 (India Standard Time)
  • 21,379,073 tonnes
    China - Ranked #1, the country accounts for 47.76% of total world Carrot and Turnip production, Cultivated over 413,592 hectares. Yield: 516,912 hg/ha.
  • 2,769,613 tonnes
    Uzbekistan - Ranked #2, the country accounts for 6.18% of total world Carrot and Turnip production, Cultivated over 38,922 hectares. Yield: 711,580 hg/ha.
  • 2,259,000 tonnes
    United States of America - Ranked #3, the country accounts for 5.04% of total world Carrot and Turnip production, Cultivated over 32,210 hectares. Yield: 701,335 hg/ha.
  • 1,558,866 tonnes
    Russia - Ranked #4, the country accounts for 3.48% of total world Carrot and Turnip production, Cultivated over 48,702 hectares. Yield: 320,083 hg/ha.
  • 830,259 tonnes
    Ukraine - Ranked #5, the country accounts for 1.85% of total world Carrot and Turnip production, Cultivated over 14,132 hectares. Yield: 202,198 hg/ha.
  • 830,259 tonnes
    United Kingdom - Ranked #6, the country accounts for 1.85% of total world Carrot and Turnip production, Cultivated over 14,132 hectares. Yield: 587,503 hg/ha.
  • 791,110 tonnes
    Germany - Ranked #7, the country accounts for 1.76% of total world Carrot and Turnip production, Cultivated over 13,730 hectares. Yield: 576,191 hg/ha.
  • 698,880 tonnes
    Indonesia - Ranked #8, the country accounts for 1.56% of total world Carrot and Turnip production, Cultivated over 42,895 hectares. Yield: 162,928 hg/ha.
  • 678,300 tonnes
    Poland - Ranked #9, the country accounts for 1.51% of total world Carrot and Turnip production, Cultivated over 22,500 hectares. Yield: 301,467 hg/ha.
  • 666,270 tonnes
    Turkey - Ranked #10, the country accounts for 1.48% of total world Carrot and Turnip production, Cultivated over 11,311 hectares. Yield: 589,046 hg/ha.
  • 44,762,859 tonnes
    Total world production of Carrot and Turnip. Cultivated over 1,128,695 hectares. The top 10 producing countries account for 72.51% of global production.