Ukraine has completed the harvest of early cereals

2017-08-29 12:12:14
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Ukraine has completed the harvest of early cereals

In Ukraine, from 9.6 million hectares (100% of planted areas) collected 37.3 million tons of early grain and leguminous crops.


According to information of Ministry of agrarian policy, on August 28, collected:

  • 26.6 million tons of wheat at a yield of 4.18 t/ha
  • 8.6 mln tonnes of barley for yield of 3.43 t/ha,
  • 1.1 million tonnes of peas on the yield of 2.67 t/ha,
  • 487 thousand tonnes of oats with a yield of 2.50 t/ha,
  • 471 thousand tons of rye at an average yield of 2.83 t/ha,
  • 41 thousand tons of buckwheat with a yield of 1.08 t/ha,
  • 29 thousand tons of millet yield of 1.51 t/ha.

in addition, on that date received 2.1 million tons of rapeseed with a yield of 2.76 t/ha.


the Current yields of barley, rye and canola was the highest in the country's history.


a Record yield in the ongoing harvesting campaign showed 15 regions of Ukraine, among which the leaders are the Khmelnytsky oblast of 5.66 t/ha, Ivano-Frankivsk oblast – 5.21 t/ha, Vinnitsa – 5.0t/ha C/hectares, Ternopil – 4.98t/ha and Chernivtsi – 4.88 t/ha region.


the Largest harvests in namolocheno Odessa – 3.8 million tons, Kharkiv and Zaporizhia – 2.8 million tons, Dnipropetrovsk – 2.6 million tonnes, Vinnytsia – 2.4 million tons and Mykolaiv – 2.3 million tons.


First Deputy Minister of agrarian policy N. Martyniuk said that "despite the adverse weather conditions, the regions received high and sometimes record-breaking yields. The Ministry confirmed the preliminary forecasts of grain production, which not only completely satisfy the domestic demand but also generate export potential, not worse, than last year".


last year, domestic farmers have reached the highest among other industries the level of profitability – to 31.6%. In the current marketing year due to gradual growth of world prices for agricultural commodities is likely to continue the good profitability of the agricultural business.