A dry spring followed by heavy rains during the wheat threshing period has degraded the quality of Ukrainian wheat this summer
Monday, August 27, 2018

A dry spring followed by heavy rains during the wheat threshing period has degraded the quality of Ukrainian wheat this summer

A dry spring followed by heavy rains during the wheat threshing period has degraded the quality of Ukrainian wheat this summer, Reuters reports. The share of milling wheat – suitable for flour – has dropped to 45%, compared to 55% last year. Overall, the crop was down 6% to 25 million tons.

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