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Ministry of Agrarian Policy and Food predicts this years harvest of grains and oilseeds at about 74 million tonnes

17.04.2024 18:08 "Agro Perspectiva" (Kyiv) According to preliminary estimates of the Ministry of Agrarian Policy and Food, in 2024, the gross production of grains and oilseeds will be about 74million tonnes. Of these, about 52.4million tonnes of grains and 21.7million tonnes of oilseeds.

At the beginning of last year, the total gross harvest of grains and oilseeds in 2023was also forecast to be almost 13% lower than in the previous period, at 63.5million tonnes. However, weather conditions contributed to the increase in harvest. Therefore, in 2023, the gross production was about 82million tonnes, including more than 60million tonnes of grains and about 22million tonnes of oilseeds.

Thus, the forecasts for gross harvest figures are preliminary and will be adjusted throughout the year depending on circumstances, primarily weather conditions.

This year, farmers are expected to harvest the following volumes of grain: 19.2million tonnes of wheat (22.2million tonnes last year), 4.9million tonnes of barley (5.7million tonnes in 2023), and 26.7million tonnes of corn (30.5million tonnes last year).

Among oilseeds, soybeans are expected to increase. This crop is expected to produce 5.2million tonnes. In 2023, 4.7million tonnes were harvested. Sunflower production is forecast at 12.4million tonnes, compared to 12.9million tonnes last year. Rapeseed production is forecast to reach 4.1million tonnes, compared to 4.7million tonnes last year.

The area under grains and pulses is forecast at 10.6million hectares (-395,000 hectares compared to 2023).

Of these, winter wheat was planted on 4.3million hectares (-0.3 million hectares), while spring wheat is expected to reach 0.2million hectares (+200hectares).

Winter barley was sown on 0.47million hectares (-0.15 million hectares), the area of spring barley is expected to be 0.94million hectares (+0.06million hectares), and corn 3.9million hectares (-62,000 hectares).

Among oilseeds, the area under soybeans is increasing. It is forecasted that soybeans will be planted on the area of 2.2million hectares. This is almost 400,000hectares more than last year. Sunflower will be planted on 5.3million hectares, almost the same as last year. Rapeseed will be planted on 1.5million hectares, which is 0.1million hectares less than last year.

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