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There is a further more detailed table on workers employed in Great Britain, using a June returns basis, which distinguishes between regular and seasonal workers by sex similar to that in the Annual Review and other sources. g. index numbers of output at constant factor cost and gross domestic fixed capital formation) and, in one case, gross capital stock, where it is separately identified. The land component in capital formation and capital stock is exc1uded. (c) External trade, for exports and imports, which inc1udes ten headings under 'food and live animals chiefty for food' recorded in value terms.
Only this area was surveyed and the series was discontinued. Subsequently, there followed the Provisional Land Classification of England and Wales in one-inch map form which since 1966 has covered the whole of England and Wales. Only the physical and permanent features of the soil and its environment (climate, drainage, topography) were used as a basis for a five grade classification. Aseries of reports accompanying each sheet was also produced. A useful general adjunct to the maps is provided by Agricultural Land Classification, Technical Report No.
As a means of information dissemination a Press Notice is issued monthly by departments giving an up-to-date report on the condition of cereals, potatoes, sugar beet, fodder crops, hay and pastures in England and Wales. Estimates of yields and marketings of horticultural crops in England and Wales are made by local Horticultural Crop Intelligence Committees, comprising officials of ADAS and prominent local growers and merchants. Similar information in Scotland is again derived from sampie surveys of growers.
Agriculture by G. H. Peters (auth.)