Agrarians of Vinnitsa region, Volyn, Kiev region, Poltava region, Ternopil region and Bukovina have completed sowing of winter crops.
Ukrainian agrarians actively continue sowing winter crops. 4.4 million hectares, or 94% of the forecast, have been sown, according to the Ministry of Agrarian Policy and Food on Tuesday, November 22.
According to department estimates, wheat was sown on 3.8 million hectares (94%), barley – 613 thousand hectares (91%), rye – 79.2 thousand hectares (93%). In the past week alone, 61,000 hectares of winter crops were sown for grain.
The leaders in wheat sowing are Odessa, Poltava and Khmelnytsky regions. Rye was sown mainly in Rivne, and barley – in the Odessa region.
“Agrarians of Vinnytsia region, Volyn, Kyiv region, Poltava region, Ternopil region and Bukovina have completed the sowing of winter crops, Zhytomyr, Khmelnytsky, Kirovohrad, Lviv and Chernihiv regions are about to finish,” the report said.
Also, agricultural producers in all regions of Ukraine completed the sowing of winter rapeseed – 999 thousand hectares were sown, or 104% of the forecast.
Recall that on November 11, Ukraine harvested 58 million tons of agricultural crops. Harvesting of wheat, barley, peas and rapeseed has been completed.
It was also reported that Ukraine exported 26 million tons of agricultural products after the Russian attack. But under normal conditions, the export potential is 40 million tons.
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