Last year’s record 70 million-ton harvest may be the new normal for Ukraine’s top export – grain.
Tuesday, June 4, 2019

Last year’s record 70 million-ton harvest may be the new normal for Ukraine’s top export – grain.

Last year’s record 70 million-ton harvest may be the new normal for Ukraine’s top export – grain. With spring sowing completed, farmers seeded 14.8 million hectares, the same amount as last year, reports the Agrarian Policy and Food Ministry. Noting that favorable weather allowed farmers to start planting one month earlier than last year, Deputy Minister Volodymyr Topchiy says: “The period of hibernation was favorable, and the spring weather conditions were better than in 2018one can expect that the harvest of early grains in 2019 will not be lower than last year’s.”

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