Responding to international price signals, Ukrainian farmers are likely to plant more wheat and barley next year
Thursday, September 20, 2018

Responding to international price signals, Ukrainian farmers are likely to plant more wheat and barley next year

Responding to international price signals, Ukrainian farmers are likely to plant more wheat and barley next year, UkrAgroConsult predicts. With wheat prices their highest since 2015 and barley prices their highest since 2014, the consultancy predicts that wheat plantings will increase by 1-2% and barley by 8-13%. After this year’s bumper corn crop, corn prices are not expected to strengthen, prompting Ukrainian farmers to cut their acreage in corn by 4-7% next year, the consultancy predicts.

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