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Table 2 Tomato production defined by European countries that produce the greatest overall yields and/or production areas (FAOSTAT)

From: What evidence exists on the effectiveness of the techniques and management approaches used to improve the productivity of field grown tomatoes under conditions of water-, nitrogen- and/or phosphorus-deficit? A systematic map protocol

  Area (ha) Production (tonnes)
Open field Protected cultivation Total Open field Protected cultivation Total
Italya 92,670 7080 99,750 5,775,741 505,040 6,280,780
Ukraineb 74,760 2180 76,940 1,936,740 237,980 2,174,720
Spainc 41,723 19,129 60,852 3,303,945 1,859,511 5,157,053
Romaniad n.a. n.a. 47,883 n.a. n.a. 752,217
Portugale n.a. n.a. 19,550 n.a. n.a. 1,650,429
Greecef 8907 3064 11,971 205,018 345,027 550,045
Worldg n.a. 1,572,950 4,310,600 n.a. n.a. 113,353,000
  1. aData for year 2017 extracted from Italian national statistics [27]
  2. bAverage for the available years 2013–2017 [28]
  3. cData extracted for year 2017 from Spanish statistical databases [29]
  4. dAverage years 2010–2015 extracted from the Romanian Statistical Yearbook [30]
  5. eData from the Institute of National Statistics Portugal [31]
  6. fRecords from the Greek Ministry of Rural Development and Food for 2014 [32]
  7. gWorld production from FAO and other sources [13]