More than 50 MMT of grains harvested in Ukraine
According to preliminary data as of October 26, 2020, the biggest year-on-year slowdown is observed in harvest progress of crops such as: corn (-8.8%), soybeans (-28.1%).
The following crops are harvested at a faster pace than last year: millet (+82.0%), buckwheat (+17.3%), sunflower (+5.3%), UkrAgroConsult reports.
Substantially lower yields than a year ago are for corn (-29.9%), soybeans (-12.9%) and sunflower (-18.6%).
The fall planting lag from last year ranges from 3% (winter wheat) to 21% (winter rape).
Ukraine. Harvest progress, October 26, 2020
|Crops||Planned area, Th ha||Harvested, Th ha||%||Crop, KMT||Yield, MT/ha|
|Grains and pulses||15364.7||12941.1||13593.9||84||50470.7||62601.0||3.90||4.61|
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