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Crop yields forecast in the EU for July 2023

Canola Seed & Rapeseed
Vegetables
Finland
Sugar Beet
Germany
Published Jul 25, 2023

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The text provides information on the average expected yields of various crops in different European countries. The highest average yields for soft wheat, rye, winter barley, spring barley, triticale, rape, grain corn, green corn, potatoes, sugar beets, sunflower, and soy are expected in Ireland, Sweden, Ireland, Ireland, Germany, Ireland, Greece, Italy, Germany, Spain, Hungary, and Spain respectively. The lowest average yields for these crops are expected in Portugal, Portugal, Spain, Spain, Portugal, Finland, Romania, Greece, Lithuania, Romania, Spain, and Poland respectively.
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Soft wheat The highest average soft wheat yields of 10.2 t/ha are expected in Ireland, and the smallest of 1.35 t/ha in Portugal. Average yields in Poland are expected to be 5.04 t/ha, compared to 5.34 t/ha in 2022, i.e. 6 percent more than in 2022. less and 4.0 percent. more than the five-year average. The average expected yield for the EU is 5.80 t/ha. Rye The highest average rye yields of 6.06 tonnes/ha are expected in Sweden, and the lowest of 0.8 tonnes/ha in Portugal. Average yields in Poland are expected to be 3.38 t/ha, compared to 3.38 t/ha in 2022, i.e. 6 percent more than in the previous year. less and 10 percent more than the five-year average. The average expected yield for the EU is 4.12 t/ha. Winter barley The highest average yields – 9.38 t/ha are expected in Ireland and the lowest 1.64 t/ha in Spain. Average yields in Poland are to be 4.68 t/ha compared to 4.95 t/ha in 2022, i.e. 5 percent. less and 1 percent. more than the five-year average. The average expected ...
Source: Farmer.pl
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