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centner

[′sent·nər]
(science and technology)
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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As of 30 October 2014, 50.9 thousand ha (83.2%) of beans were harvested with an average yield of 17.1 centners per ha.
Some 3,218,000 tons of crops was collected and productivity of land amounted to 31.4 centners per hectare in average.
For example, the yield of potatoes is 168 centners per hectare in Kyrgyzstan while in Belarus it is 220 centners, in Armenia - 215 centners per hectare," he added.
The average yield comprises 28.4 centners per hectare.
So far, 3,161,692.4 tons of grain has been harvested in the country, with an average yield of 31.4 centners per hectare, Azerbaijan Ministry of Agriculture said in a message.
Despite the total sown area for grains increased by 16.3 thousand hectares (661.3 thousand hectares against 645 thousand in 2013), drought and water shortage in Chui region - which concentrates 48.7% of the country's sown area for grain crops - led to reduction of wheat yield by 7.9 centners, and barley - by 6.5 centners compared to the previous year.
"In 2018, the average yield of melons was 158 centners per hectare.