Bhutan Arable Land 1961-2022

Arable land (in hectares) includes land defined by the FAO as land under temporary crops (double-cropped areas are counted once), temporary meadows for mowing or for pasture, land under market or kitchen gardens, and land temporarily fallow. Land abandoned as a result of shifting cultivation is excluded.
  • Bhutan arable land for 2018 was 94,000, a 0.53% decline from 2017.
  • Bhutan arable land for 2017 was 94,500, a 5.5% decline from 2016.
  • Bhutan arable land for 2016 was 100,000, a 0.2% decline from 2015.
  • Bhutan arable land for 2015 was 100,200, a 0% increase from 2014.
Data Source: World Bank

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Country Name Hectares
India 156,416,000
Nigeria 34,000,000
Ukraine 32,888,000
Pakistan 30,507,000
Indonesia 26,300,000
Sudan 19,823,160
Myanmar 11,080,300
Bangladesh 7,772,300
Morocco 7,477,600
Vietnam 6,988,300
Cameroon 6,200,000
Kenya 5,800,000
Philippines 5,590,000
Angola 4,900,000
Ghana 4,700,000
Bolivia 4,480,000
Uzbekistan 4,064,500
Cambodia 3,911,000
Zambia 3,800,000
Egypt 2,910,969
Tunisia 2,607,000
Moldova 1,681,700
Lao PDR 1,550,000
Nicaragua 1,504,000
Sri Lanka 1,371,600
Mongolia 1,327,400
Kyrgyz Republic 1,288,000
Honduras 1,020,000
El Salvador 627,000
Congo, Rep. 550,000
Lesotho 429,300
Mauritania 400,000
Georgia 311,000
Papua New Guinea 300,000
Eswatini 175,000
Timor-Leste 155,000
Bhutan 94,000
Cabo Verde 50,000
Vanuatu 20,000
Solomon Islands 20,000
Sao Tome and Principe 4,000
Kiribati 2,000
Micronesia 2,000
Djibouti 2,000
Bhutan Arable Land - Historical Data
Year Hectares Per Capita Percent
2018 94,000 0.12 2.46%
2017 94,500 0.13 2.48%
2016 100,000 0.14 2.62%
2015 100,200 0.14 2.63%
2014 100,200 0.14 2.63%
2013 100,200 0.14 2.63%
2012 100,200 0.14 2.63%
2011 100,200 0.14 2.63%
2010 100,600 0.15 2.64%
2009 100,000 0.15 2.62%
2008 100,000 0.15 2.62%
2007 136,300 0.21 3.58%
2006 151,300 0.23 3.97%
2005 167,000 0.26 4.38%
2004 158,000 0.25 4.15%
2003 111,000 0.18 2.79%
2002 111,000 0.18 2.79%
2001 111,000 0.18 2.79%
2000 106,000 0.18 2.66%
1999 153,000 0.26 3.84%
1998 153,000 0.27 3.84%
1997 153,000 0.28 3.84%
1996 151,000 0.28 3.79%
1995 146,000 0.27 3.67%
1994 140,000 0.26 3.52%
1993 136,000 0.26 2.91%
1992 135,000 0.25 2.89%
1991 135,000 0.25 2.89%
1990 135,000 0.25 2.89%
1989 133,000 0.25 2.85%
1988 141,000 0.28 3.02%
1987 146,000 0.30 3.12%
1986 145,000 0.30 3.10%
1985 145,000 0.31 3.10%
1984 145,000 0.32 3.10%
1983 145,000 0.33 3.10%
1982 135,000 0.31 2.89%
1981 130,000 0.31 2.78%
1980 130,000 0.32 2.78%
1979 125,000 0.32 2.68%
1978 120,000 0.31 2.57%
1977 120,000 0.32 2.57%
1976 120,000 0.33 2.57%
1975 115,000 0.33 2.46%
1974 115,000 0.34 2.46%
1973 110,000 0.34 2.35%
1972 110,000 0.35 2.35%
1971 110,000 0.36 2.35%
1970 110,000 0.37 2.35%
1969 100,000 0.35 2.14%
1968 100,000 0.36 2.14%
1967 100,000 0.37 2.14%
1966 100,000 0.38 2.14%
1965 100,000 0.39 2.14%
1964 100,000 0.40 2.14%
1963 100,000 0.42 2.14%
1962 100,000 0.43 2.14%
1961 100,000 0.44 2.14%