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ISIC Rev.3 code 0111Structure
This class includes growing of temporary and permanent crops:
Growing of cereal grains such as rice, wheat and corn (except sweetcorn); potatoes, yams,sweet potatoes or cassava (manioc); sugar beet, sugar cane or grain sorghum.
Growing of tobacco, including its preliminary processing.
Growing of oil seeds or oleaginous fruit and nuts including peanuts or soya beans.
Production of seeds of a kind used for sowing, of sugar beet and forage plants (including grasses).
Growing of hop cones, chicory roots or roots and tubers with a high starch or inulin content.
Growing of cotton or other vegetable textile materials and retting of plants bearing vegetable textile fibres (jute, flax, coir); growing of plant materials for plaiting, padding or stuffing or for brushes or brooms.
Growing of rubber trees; harvesting of latex and treatment on the plantation of the liquid latex for purposes of transport or preservation.
Production of dried leguminous vegetables such as field peas and beans.
Growing of plant materials used chiefly in pharmacy or for insecticidal, fungicidal or similar purposes.
Growing of crops not elsewhere classified.
Exclusions: Growing of the following crops is classified in class 0112 (Growing of vegetables, horticultural specialties and nursery products): vegetables or melons; horticultural specialties; flowers or production of seeds for sowing plants valued chiefly for flowers or vegetables.
Growing of the following is classified in class 0113: fruit or nuts, beverage crops, spice crops.
Gathering of forest products and other wild growing materials such as cork, resins and balsams is classified in class 0200 (Forestry, logging and related service activities).
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