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11. June 2021
Statistics Estonia
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In 1997-2001 the data on pesticides used by enterprises were collected completely and by private farms by sample survey.
Since 2002 the data on pesticides were collected only by sample survey.
Since 2006, the quantities of used pesticides are not comparable with the data of previous years due to the changes of methodology of grossing up of sample survey.
Since 2011, the quantities of seed treatment preparations are reflected in the group of fungicides or insecticides, depending on the substance and quantities of desiccants are reflected in the group of herbicides.
As of 2004, calculations use agricultural and cultivated land without agricultural households.
The data on quantity of pesticides used per hectare of agricultural and cultivated land for 2004-2014 have been revised on 08.12.2016.
Data on the use of plant protection products of 2020 are not totaly comparable with data from previous years, due to a change in methodology.