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1.45 million tons of soybeans were harvested in the Amur region of Russia

Soybean
Vegetables
Russia
Market & Price Trends
Published Dec 5, 2023

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The agricultural municipalities in the region have completed the soybean and grain harvest, with a total of 196.6 thousand hectares of grain and leguminous crops harvested. The highest soybean yield was in the Tambov region, with a yield of 18.2 c/ha. The gross harvest of grain crops, including corn, was 652.9 thousand tons, which is 196 thousand tons higher than in 2022, with the highest yield in the Romnensky district at 61.6 c/ha. Additionally, vegetables were planted on 321 hectares, yielding 8031 tons, and potatoes were harvested on 1,622 hectares with a gross harvest of 30,057 tons and an average yield of 185.3 c/ha.
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All agricultural municipalities in the region have completed the soybean and grain harvest. In total, 196.6 thousand hectares of grain and leguminous crops were harvested, of which 94.5 thousand hectares of wheat, 45.9 thousand hectares of barley, 19.1 thousand hectares of oats, 0.3 thousand hectares of triticale , corn for grain – 27.3 hectares, buckwheat – 5.3 thousand hectares. Soybeans harvested - 884.9 thousand hectares, gross harvest is 1450 thousand tons, average yield - 16.4 c/ha. (in 2022 – 18.9 c/ha). The highest soybean yield is in the Tambov region - 18.2 c/ha, Mikhailovsky - 17.9 c/ha, Ivanovo districts - 17.6 c/ha. The gross harvest of grain crops, including corn for grain, amounted to 652.9 thousand. tons (which is 196 thousand tons higher than in 2022). The highest yield is in the Romnensky district - 61.6 c/ha, Zavitinsky district ...
Source: Oilworld
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