Croatia’s wheat output down 14.2% in 2023

Canola Seed & Rapeseed
Published Feb 2, 2024

Tridge summary

Croatia experienced a decline in its production of soft and hard wheat by 14.2% in 2023, resulting in 813,000 tonnes, as reported by the national statistical office. There was also a decrease in winter and spring barley production by 10.1%, amounting to 286,000 tonnes. Sunflower production remained stable at 153,000 tonnes. On a positive note, maize production saw a significant increase of 20.2%, reaching 1.974 million tonnes. However, sugar beet and rapeseed production experienced a decline by 12.6% and 25.9% respectively.
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Original content

The production of soft and hard wheat (winter, spring and seed) in Croatia fell by an estimated 14.2% on the year in 2023, to 813,000 tonnes, the national statistical office said on Wednesday. Winter barley and spring barley production dropped 10.1% to 286,000 tonnes last year, while sunflower production was flat at 153,000 tonnes, the statistical office said in a statement, citing provisional data. Production of maize rose by an estimated 20.2% to 1.974 million tonnes, sugar beet production dropped by 12.6% to 500,000 tonnes and rapeseed production dropped ...
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