Panama Arable Land 1961-2021

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.
  • Panama arable land for 2016 was 563,000, a 0% increase from 2015.
  • Panama arable land for 2015 was 563,000, a 0% increase from 2014.
  • Panama arable land for 2014 was 563,000, a 0% increase from 2013.
  • Panama arable land for 2013 was 563,000, a 0% increase from 2012.
Data Source: World Bank

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Similar Country Ranking
Country Name Hectares
United States 152,262,500
Australia 46,048,000
Canada 43,766,000
Argentina 39,200,000
France 18,355,920
Spain 12,337,180
Germany 11,763,000
Poland 10,806,000
Italy 6,602,000
United Kingdom 6,026,010
Hungary 4,324,000
Japan 4,184,000
Saudi Arabia 3,477,000
Sweden 2,574,600
Czech Republic 2,494,000
Uruguay 2,410,600
Denmark 2,375,000
Finland 2,246,000
Lithuania 2,142,600
Greece 2,140,000
South Korea 1,421,000
Slovak Republic 1,347,000
Austria 1,344,490
Latvia 1,288,000
Chile 1,269,800
Netherlands 1,028,000
Portugal 978,670
Croatia 872,000
Belgium 849,400
Norway 805,130
Estonia 696,000
New Zealand 570,000
Panama 563,000
Ireland 446,000
Switzerland 398,700
Israel 295,000
Slovenia 183,880
Iceland 121,000
Cyprus 84,630
Luxembourg 61,860
Puerto Rico 61,000
Oman 56,110
UAE 44,500
Trinidad and Tobago 25,000
Isle of Man 23,500
Qatar 14,300
Malta 9,070
Bahamas 8,000
Kuwait 8,000
Barbados 7,000
New Caledonia 6,240
Brunei 5,000
St. Kitts and Nevis 5,000
Antigua and Barbuda 4,000
Channel Islands 3,900
Faroe Islands 3,000
Hong Kong 3,000
French Polynesia 2,500
Liechtenstein 2,160
Aruba 2,000
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
Palau 1,000
San Marino 1,000
Andorra 780
Singapore 560
Bermuda 300
Cayman Islands 200
Seychelles 150
Panama Arable Land - Historical Data
Year Hectares Per Capita Percent
2016 563,000 0.14 7.57%
2015 563,000 0.14 7.57%
2014 563,000 0.14 7.57%
2013 563,000 0.15 7.57%
2012 563,000 0.15 7.57%
2011 565,000 0.15 7.60%
2010 568,890 0.16 7.65%
2009 540,000 0.15 7.26%
2008 540,000 0.15 7.26%
2007 540,000 0.16 7.26%
2006 540,000 0.16 7.26%
2005 548,000 0.16 7.37%
2004 548,000 0.17 7.37%
2003 548,000 0.17 7.37%
2002 548,000 0.17 7.37%
2001 548,000 0.18 7.37%
2000 548,000 0.18 7.37%
1999 530,000 0.18 7.13%
1998 520,000 0.18 6.99%
1997 510,000 0.18 6.86%
1996 500,000 0.18 6.73%
1995 500,000 0.18 6.73%
1994 500,000 0.19 6.73%
1993 500,000 0.19 6.73%
1992 500,000 0.19 6.73%
1991 499,000 0.20 6.71%
1990 499,000 0.20 6.71%
1989 490,000 0.20 6.59%
1988 480,000 0.20 6.46%
1987 475,000 0.20 6.39%
1986 470,000 0.21 6.32%
1985 465,000 0.21 6.26%
1984 460,000 0.21 6.19%
1983 455,000 0.21 6.12%
1982 450,000 0.22 6.05%
1981 440,000 0.22 5.92%
1980 435,000 0.22 5.85%
1979 434,000 0.22 5.84%
1978 434,000 0.23 5.84%
1977 434,000 0.24 5.84%
1976 433,000 0.24 5.82%
1975 433,000 0.25 5.82%
1974 433,000 0.25 5.82%
1973 432,000 0.26 5.81%
1972 432,000 0.27 5.81%
1971 432,000 0.28 5.81%
1970 432,000 0.28 5.81%
1969 432,000 0.29 5.81%
1968 434,000 0.30 5.84%
1967 434,000 0.31 5.84%
1966 438,000 0.32 5.89%
1965 438,000 0.33 5.89%
1964 438,000 0.34 5.89%
1963 438,000 0.35 5.89%
1962 438,000 0.36 5.89%
1961 438,000 0.38 5.89%