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1. Alfalfa (Forage), Average Yield, 2000

2000. University of Minnesota. Institute on the Environment. This raster dataset represents the average yield for alfalfa crops in tons per hectare. Croplands cover ~15 million km2 of the planet and provide t... University of Minnesota. Institute on the Environment.

2. Alfalfa (Forage), Crop Yield Data Quality, 2000

2000. University of Minnesota. Institute on the Environment. This raster dataset represents the agricultural census data quality for alfalfa forage crop yields. Data quality categories include (0= missing, 0.... University of Minnesota. Institute on the Environment.

3. Alfalfa (Forage), Harvested Area Data Quality, 2000

2000. University of Minnesota. Institute on the Environment. This raster dataset represents the average yield for alfalfa forage crops in tons per hectare. Croplands cover ~15 million km2 of the planet and pr... University of Minnesota. Institute on the Environment.

4. Alfalfa (Forage), Harvested Area (Fractional), 2000

2000. University of Minnesota. Institute on the Environment. This raster dataset depicts the average fractional proportion of a gridcell for alfalfa forage crops that were harvested circa 2000. Croplands cove... University of Minnesota. Institute on the Environment.

5. Alfalfa (Forage), Harvested Area (Hectares), 2000

2000. University of Minnesota. Institute on the Environment. This raster dataset depicts the average number of hectares per land-area of a gridcell for alfalfa forage crops. Data quality categories include (0... University of Minnesota. Institute on the Environment.

6. Alfalfa, Total Forage Crop Production, 2000

2000. University of Minnesota. Institute on the Environment. This raster dataset represents total alfalfa forage crop production in metric tons. Harvested area in hectares was multiplied by yield per hectare ... University of Minnesota. Institute on the Environment.