Cereal production varied across Scotland
Cereal production varied across the country.
Highlands and Islands saw a 10 per cent increase in production and a 9 per cent increase in yield.
North Eastern Scotland saw a 12 per cent increase in yield and production.
Eastern Scotland and Southern Scotland saw 5 per cent decreases in production. Yield decreased 4 per cent for Eastern Scotland and 5 per cent in Southern Scotland.
West Central Scotland saw decreased production due to decreases in yield. However, only around 1% of cereals were grown in West Central Scotland and these changes may not be significant.