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Berkeley

Total population (2010 census): 104169
Total population (1990 census): 59253
County seat: Martinsburg

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CropSELECT

Cereals, Pseudocereals, Oilseeds
Industrial, Fiber
Forages
Vegetables
Small Fruits
Tree Fruits and Nuts
Herb, Aromatic, Medicinal, and Bioactive

 

Crop Statistics (2007 US Census of Agriculture)
Field Crops (for grain) Farms Acres Yield (bu)
Maize=Corn 44 1812 108516
Sorghum 1 D D
Rye 3 20 1410
Wheat 24 822 44182
Barley 11 298 19370
Oats 13 144 6180
Grain Legumes Farms Acres Yield
Soybeans for Beans 10 573 17226 bu
Forages Farms Acres Yield (tons)
Total Hay* 441 19454 30181
Alfalfa Hay 94 2423 3992
Small Grain Hay 33 1126 2436
Tame Hay 334 14977 22811
Wild Hay 49 928 942
Haylage, Grass Silage, Greenchop 43 1148 2677
Corn for Silage or Greenchop 32 2094 17696
Sorghum for Silage or Greenchop 7 175 755
Vegetables and Melons Farms Acres Yield
Asparagus 4 2  
Snap Beans 17 5  
Cantaloupes 10 3  
Cucumbers and Pickles 13 4  
Daikon 1 D  
Green Peas 3 1  
Eggplant 7 1  
Hot Pepeprs 6 2  
Sweet Peppers 11 3  
Potatoes 13 8  
Pumpkins 6 18  
Spinach 4 1  
Squash 11 4  
Sweet Corn 14 23  
Watercress 1 D  
Watermelons 8 2  
Other Vegetables 7 25  
Tomatoes 23 20  
Fruits and Nuts Farms Acres Yield
All Nuts 5 11  
Chestnuts 4 D  
Hazelnuts 3 D  
Apples 35 2698  
Blackberries and Dewberries 5 3  
Apricots 2 D  
Sweet Cherries 9 7  
Tart Cherries 5 6  
Grapes 1 D  
Nectarines 3 D  
Peaches 28 697  
Pears 10 D  
Plums and Prunes 7 D  
Tame Blueberries 7 11  
Raspberries 3 D  
Strawberries 6 D  
Nursery and Greenhouse Crops, Cut Christmas Trees Harvested, Mushrooms, and Sod Grown for Sale Farms Sq. ft. under glass or other protection Acres in the open Sales ($1,000)
Greenhouse Crops 5 20520 X 76000
Cut Flowers and Cut Florist Greens 4 - D D
Floriculture Crops 9 64475 6 793572
Bedding and Garden Plants 6 D D 759600
Cut Christmas Trees Harvested 10 X 91 NA
Nursery Stock 7 D 18 D
Other Nursery and Greenhouse Crops 5 12120 X D

*Alfalfa, grass silage, green chops etc.
(-) = Represents zero.
(D) = Withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual farms.
(NA) = Not Available.
(X) = Not Applicable.
(Z) = Less than half of the unit shown.

Crop Statistics (1997 US Census of Agriculture)
Cereals Farms Acres Yield
Maize=Corn 83 3063 198047 bu
Wheat 32 860 42621 bu
Barley 15 434 28666 bu
Oats 17 191 7861 bu
Grain Legumes Farms Acres Yield
Soybeans for Beans 31 1159 22243 bu
Forages Farms Acres Yield
Total Hay* 345 17419 26761 tons, dry
Alfalfa Hay 127 4635 10143 tons, dry
Small Grain Hay 13 221 258 tons, dry
Tame Hay 245 10143 13442 tons, dry
Wild Hay 43 1628 1688 tons dry
Grass Silage 15 792 3689 tons, grn
Corn Cut for Dry Fodder 3 6 X
Corn for Silage 49 2298 20873 tons, grn
Vegetables Farms Acres Yield
Snap Beans 3 D  
Cantaloupes 4 6  
Sweet Peppers 3 1  
Potatoes 4 3 276 cwt
Pumpkins 5 19  
Sweet Corn 8 29  
Tomatoes 8 14  
Fruits and Nuts Farms Acres Yield
Apples 56 5824 475763 trees
Cherries, Total 8 13 899 trees
Sweet Cherries 8 6 D
Tart Cherries 6 7 D
Grapes 11 16 6633 vines
Peaches 31 1080 90280 trees
Pears 7 20 D
Plums and Prunes 5 D D
Tame Blueberries 3 1 D
Raspberries 3 D D
Strawberries 10 22 21830 lbs
Nursery and Greenhouse Crops, Cut Christmas Trees Harvested, Mushrooms, and Sod Grown for Sale Farms Sq. ft. under glass or other protection Acres in the open Sales ($1,000)
Nursery and Greenhouse Crops 33 39332 244 467
Nursery, Floriculture Vegetable and Flower Seed Crops 3 X D X
Floriculture Crops 7 31308 D 297
Bedding and Garden Plants 7 D D 242
Cut Christmas Trees Harvested 20 X 23 56
Nursery Crops 5 D 15 78
Other Nursery and Greenhouse Crops 22 D 198 21

*Alfalfa, grass silage, green chops etc.
(-) = Represents zero.
(D) = Withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual farms.
(NA) = Not Available.
(X) = Not Applicable.
(Z) = Less than half of the unit shown.


Last Updated: April 10, 2012

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