France: A window for sowing before the arrival of a new disturbance

Durum Wheat
Sustainability & Environmental Impact
Grains, Cereal & Legumes
Market & Price Trends
Published Dec 2, 2023

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The weekly Céré'Obs report from FranceAgriMer reveals that the progress of cereal sowing in France is behind last year's figures and the five-year average. While some regions have reached or exceeded the sowing threshold for soft wheat, other areas are further behind. The report also highlights that durum wheat sowings are significantly behind schedule, and farmers are hoping for progress before the arrival of a new disturbance.
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FranceAgriMer released its weekly Céré'Obs report this Friday on the progress of cereal sowing: 83% of soft wheat areas were sown as of November 27, compared to 99% on the same date last year and 95% on the five-year average . Normandy, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, Hauts-de-France, Île-de-France, Centre-Val-de-Loire, Grand-Est and Bourgogne-Franche-Comté have reached or exceeded this threshold of 83%. But other regions are further behind: 78% in Brittany, 75% in Occitanie, 72% in Pays-de-la-Loire and 51% in Nouvelle-Aquitaine. End of clap for 2023 sowing with the return of the rains. We were able to sow almost the entire planned area with soft wheat, durum wheat, barley and fava beans. Another atypical year as there will be more and more... Learning and developing our systems will be the key? #ACSpic.twitter. com/foVMFDaMA5— MasterBT - Stéphane Olivier (@Master_BT) November 27, 2023Review > Testimonials — In the Great West, cereal plantings have been stopped since mid-October The lifting ...
Source: TerreNet
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