In 2005, the most common crop in Kogi by harvested area was Oilpalm with 368.90k ha.
Kogi is a province of Nigeria. As of 2012 North Central, Nigeria had a total population of approximately 24.74M people.
The most widely harvested crop in Kogi by area was Oilpalm with 368.90k ha harvested with a total production value of Intl $98.74M.
Among children in North Central, Nigeria in 2013, 14% were severely stunted, 8% were severely underweight, and 5% were severely wasted.
As of 2012, there were 9.16M people living below $1.90/day (2011 PPP) and 17.79M people living below $3.10/day (2011 PPP) in North Central, Nigeria.
Yams are the crop with the highest production value per area in Kogi, with Intl $2.72k per ha.
Sorghums are the crop with the lowest production value per area in Kogi, with Intl $193.178727 per ha.
This means that growers of Yams will earn approximately 14 times more per hectare than if they grow Sorghums.
From 1990 to 2015, Kogi had average annual rainfall of 1,481mm across a total cropland area of 1.43M ha.
The health condition most afflicting male and female children in 2013 in Southeast, Nigeria is stunting with 32% of male children affected and 26% of female children affected.
The health condition most afflicting urban and rural children in 2013 in Southeast, Nigeria is stunting with 21% of urban children affected and 31% of rural children affected.