Agriculture in Djibouti is very limited and restricted. There is severe scarcity of water in the countryside of the Djibouti Africa. So there is not much scope for varied forms of vegetation and agriculture in Djibouti. In the year 2000, Djibouti agriculture contributed about 4 percent or little more to the GDP of the country.
In the year 1999, the amount of vegetation that was produced in the country of Djibouti was about 23,000 tones. Agriculture consists of growing of tomatoes in the country that is usually for the purpose of household utilization. Date palms are also produced along the coastal fringes of the country.
Djibouti geography does not support much variety in the flora of the country. The production in the area of agriculture is limited to a certain extent. In Djibouti Africa, the official figure that was give in the year 1991 for employment in agriculture was abut 75 percent of the total employment.
In Djibouti, farm animals have always received greater importance in comparison to farming and agriculture. The agriculture in Djibouti consists of vegetables and fruits. The agricultural products of the country of Djibouti also consist of goats, animal hides, camels and sheep. In the year 2001, the trade in of grain in Djibouti amounted to about 37,970 tons.