Kazakhstan harvested 6.9 million tons of wheat
The harvest is underway in Kazakhstan. As of today, 10.3 million hectares of sown areas have been harvested, which is 59.9% of the planned area. 9.5 million tons of crops have been harvested, including 6.9 million tons of wheat. This was reported by ElDala.kz with reference to the press service of the Ministry of Agriculture of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
“Despite the unfavorable weather conditions, the expected grain harvest will be enough to fully satisfy Kazakhstan’s needs in bread, flour and pasta. The country has a large amount of high-quality grain from last year. The export potential will decrease due to lower yields, but the republic will retain its position in traditional export markets,” the ministry assured.
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