In Ukraine, the renewed vegetation of crops after hibernation and started planting spring crops

2017-03-27 12:10:54
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In Ukraine, the renewed vegetation of crops after hibernation and started planting spring crops

during the second decade of March in Ukraine has remained a warm weather. At the end of the decade the country entered the cold air mass. In addition to lowering the air temperature in the West and North was a temporary falling snow.


Maximum air temperature reached +9-13 in the South to +14-16 degrees, the minimum – up to 6 degrees Celsius.


across the country last rainfall of varying intensity in the form of rain, sometimes with snow. In Rivne, Zhytomyr, Vinnytsia, Ternopil, Khmelnytsky, Ivano-Frankivsk and Chernivtsi regions the amount of precipitation on 215-388% higher than normal, whereas in the Transcarpathia and Odessa region precipitation was only 55-63% of the norm. In other regions the amount of precipitation corresponded to the normal values.


the Renewal of the vegetation took place in the first week of March, with the exception of the North-Eastern regions, where due to lack of heat plants only started a revival.


the Excess moisture and low soil temperatures delay the sowing. however, in southern countries, sowing of early spring crops started 10-15 days before the usual time.


the Reserves of productive moisture in the soil, experts estimate as sufficient and optimal, but in some areas is excessive.


As of March 20, winter crops in Ukraine were in the phase of tillering, the establishment of the nodal roots, the third leaf and seedling. The condition of the plants is good and satisfactory.


Plants of winter wheat due to adverse winter conditions was damaged in some regions of Kherson, Kyiv, Sumy, Kharkiv, Ternopil and Rivne.


In the majority of areas for winter rape observed the creation of the leaf rosette, some stem growth.


Continues sowing of spring barley and wheat, peas. On previously planted areas observed for seed germination and emergence. Began sowing oats.


perennial grasses, the growth of the stem.