Due to Russia’s war against Ukraine, the main exporter of wheat, international markets are tense and prices are rising.
In Germany, because of the war in Ukraine, they plan to sow more wheat. This was reported by Zeit.
Due to Russia’s war against Ukraine, a major exporter of wheat, global markets have been reported to be tense and prices to rise. Winter wheat, planted in the fall, is the most important German grain crop. On average, it has grown to nearly a quarter of the total cropland, according to the ministry.
To relieve farmers, Özdemir has already made it possible, among other things, to use grasses and plants from certain “ecological priority areas” as fodder this year. This should slow the rise in prices.
It was previously reported that Russia’s war against Ukraine has already affected almost a quarter of the world’s grain trade and led to rising world prices.
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