Belgium Arable Land 1961-2022

Arable land (in hectares) includes land defined by the FAO as land under temporary crops (double-cropped areas are counted once), temporary meadows for mowing or for pasture, land under market or kitchen gardens, and land temporarily fallow. Land abandoned as a result of shifting cultivation is excluded.
  • Belgium arable land for 2018 was 850,000, a 1.67% increase from 2017.
  • Belgium arable land for 2017 was 836,000, a 1.58% decline from 2016.
  • Belgium arable land for 2016 was 849,400, a 2.4% increase from 2015.
  • Belgium arable land for 2015 was 829,500, a 1.53% increase from 2014.
Data Source: World Bank

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Similar Country Ranking
Country Name Hectares
United States 157,736,800
Argentina 39,200,000
Canada 38,687,000
Australia 30,974,000
France 18,126,400
Spain 11,884,252
Germany 11,731,000
Poland 11,009,000
Italy 6,723,000
United Kingdom 6,037,787
Hungary 4,324,000
Japan 4,142,000
Saudi Arabia 3,437,000
Sweden 2,550,000
Czech Republic 2,484,000
Denmark 2,392,000
Finland 2,244,000
Greece 2,136,600
Lithuania 2,115,000
Uruguay 1,976,900
South Korea 1,374,000
Slovak Republic 1,348,000
Austria 1,327,150
Latvia 1,295,000
Chile 1,213,000
Netherlands 1,021,000
Portugal 919,180
Belgium 850,000
Croatia 804,000
Norway 803,210
Estonia 688,000
Panama 565,000
New Zealand 491,000
Ireland 451,000
Switzerland 398,139
Israel 383,500
Slovenia 181,780
Iceland 121,000
Cyprus 104,005
Oman 76,660
Luxembourg 62,114
Puerto Rico 50,200
UAE 42,300
Trinidad and Tobago 25,000
Isle of Man 23,100
Qatar 14,000
Malta 9,070
Bahamas 8,000
Kuwait 8,000
Barbados 7,000
New Caledonia 5,970
Brunei 5,000
St. Kitts and Nevis 5,000
Antigua and Barbuda 4,000
Channel Islands 3,820
Hong Kong 3,000
Faroe Islands 3,000
French Polynesia 2,500
Liechtenstein 2,160
Aruba 2,000
San Marino 1,985
Bahrain 1,600
Guam 1,000
Turks and Caicos Islands 1,000
Virgin Islands (U.S.) 1,000
Northern Mariana Islands 1,000
British Virgin Islands 1,000
Andorra 830
Singapore 560
Palau 300
Bermuda 300
Cayman Islands 200
Seychelles 150
Belgium Arable Land - Historical Data
Year Hectares Per Capita Percent
2018 850,000 0.07 28.07%
2017 836,000 0.07 27.61%
2016 849,400 0.08 28.05%
2015 829,500 0.07 27.39%
2014 817,000 0.07 26.98%
2013 816,000 0.07 26.95%
2012 803,000 0.07 26.52%
2011 825,000 0.07 27.25%
2010 834,000 0.08 27.54%
2009 840,000 0.08 27.74%
2008 844,000 0.08 27.87%
2007 839,000 0.08 27.71%
2006 842,000 0.08 27.81%
2005 843,000 0.08 27.84%
2004 840,000 0.08 27.74%
2003 835,000 0.08 27.58%
2002 832,000 0.08 27.48%
2001 845,000 0.08 27.91%
2000 862,000 0.08 28.47%
1999 873,000 0.09 26.60%
1998 873,000 0.09 26.60%
1997 870,000 0.09 26.51%
1996 862,000 0.08 26.26%
1995 874,000 0.09 26.63%
1994 940,000 0.09 28.64%
1993 841,000 0.08 25.62%
1992 832,000 0.08 25.35%
1991 760,000 0.08 23.16%
1990 766,000 0.08 23.34%
1989 767,000 0.08 23.37%
1988 767,000 0.08 23.37%
1987 668,000 0.07 20.35%
1986 765,000 0.08 23.31%
1985 764,000 0.08 23.28%
1984 762,000 0.08 23.22%
1983 759,000 0.08 23.13%
1982 758,000 0.08 23.10%
1981 760,000 0.08 23.16%
1980 762,000 0.08 23.22%
1979 962,000 0.10 29.31%
1978 971,000 0.10 29.59%
1977 977,000 0.10 29.77%
1976 981,000 0.10 29.89%
1975 982,000 0.10 29.92%
1974 983,000 0.10 29.95%
1973 985,000 0.10 30.01%
1972 987,000 0.10 30.07%
1971 987,000 0.10 30.07%
1970 987,000 0.10 30.07%
1969 988,000 0.10 30.10%
1968 989,000 0.10 30.13%
1967 990,000 0.10 30.16%
1966 994,000 0.10 30.29%
1965 996,000 0.11 30.35%
1964 998,000 0.11 30.41%
1963 1,001,000 0.11 30.50%
1962 1,004,000 0.11 30.59%
1961 1,007,000 0.11 30.68%