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Morning Advertiser (London)
7 November 1888

THE HOP CROP

An estimate of the produce of the hop crop for each county in which it is grown has been issued by the Agricultural Department. The total produce of 58,490 acres is put down at 281,291 cwt., which is at the rate of 481 cwt. Per acre. There are great differences in the yields credited to the several counties. Thus the average for Sussex is 691 cwt. Per acre; Kent coming next, with 463 cwt. ; then Hereford with 454 cwt., Hants with 429 cwt., Worcester with 389 cwt., and Surry with 349 cwt. In two or three counties growing only a few acres the produce is estimated at less than 3 cwt.


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