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Cropping Intensity Index

Definition

Cropping Intensity Index refers to the changes in the cropping intensity of crop compared to a given base year. Cropping intensity is the number of times a crop is planted per year in a given agricultural area.  It is the ratio of effective crop area harvested to the physical area.

Computational formula
$$\text"CII" = ( \text"Cropping intensity in the current year" / \text"Cropping intensity in base year" ) 100$$
Basic dataArea Harvested
SourcePhilippine Statistics Authority (PSA)
Definition

Area harvested - refers to the actual area from which harvests are realiased. This excludes crop areas which were totally damaged. It may be smaller than area planted. In crop statistics, this applies to temporary crops.

Frequency of collectionQuarterly
Frequency of disseminationQuarterly
Temporal disaggregation Quarterly
Spatial disaggregationNational/Regional/Provincial
Basic dataPhysical Area
SourcePhilippine Statistics Authority (PSA)
Frequency of collectionQuarterly
Frequency of disseminationQuarterly
Temporal disaggregation Quarterly
Spatial disaggregationNational/Provincial/Municipal