Major Jute producing countries in the world - production and area under cultivation [2019]

Last Modified: Sun Nov 28 2021 00:10:42 GMT+0530 (India Standard Time)
  • 1,709,460 tonnes
    Annual production of jute in India in 2019. Ranked #1, the country accounts for 50.64% of total world jute production. Cultivated over 665,300 hectares. Yield: 25,695 hg/ha.
  • 1,600,474 tonnes
    Annual production of jute in Bangladesh in 2019. Ranked #2, the country accounts for 47.41% of total world jute production. Cultivated over 749,658 hectares. Yield: 21,349 hg/ha.
  • 29,934 tonnes
    Annual production of jute in China in 2019. Ranked #3, the country accounts for 0.89% of total world jute production. Cultivated over 7,982 hectares. Yield: 37,502 hg/ha.
  • 10,578 tonnes
    Annual production of jute in Nepal in 2019. Ranked #4, the country accounts for 0.31% of total world jute production. Cultivated over 7,104 hectares. Yield: 14,890 hg/ha.
  • 2,730 tonnes
    Annual production of jute in Zimbabwe in 2019. Ranked #5, the country accounts for 0.08% of total world jute production. Cultivated over 4,508 hectares. Yield: 6,056 hg/ha.
  • 2,237 tonnes
    Annual production of jute in Egypt in 2019. Ranked #6, the country accounts for 0.07% of total world jute production. Cultivated over 896 hectares. Yield: 24,967 hg/ha.
  • 535 tonnes
    Annual production of jute in Uzbekistan in 2019. Ranked #8, the country accounts for 0.02% of total world jute production. Cultivated over 98 hectares. Yield: 106,823 hg/ha.
  • 535 tonnes
    Annual production of jute in Viet Nam in 2019. Ranked #9, the country accounts for 0.02% of total world jute production. Cultivated over 98 hectares. Yield: 54,592 hg/ha.
  • 341 tonnes
    Annual production of jute in Bhutan in 2019. The country accounts for 0.01% of total world jute production. Cultivated over 85 hectares. Yield: 40,118 hg/ha.
  • 3,375,884 tonnes
    Total world production of Jute. Cultivated over 1,437,939 hectares. The major producing countries account for 99.44% of global production. India and Bangladesh, the top 2 countries alone account for 98% of global production.