Export of grain from Russia's Oryol and Kursk regions increased by 2.5 times

Published Jul 20, 2023

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In the first quarter of the year, the Orel and Kursk regions in Russia exported a total of 758,000 tons of regulated products, with 94% of the exports being grains and products derived from grains. This marked a 2.5 times increase compared to the same period last year, largely driven by increased grain production. However, quarantine objects were found in 86.2 thousand tons of the exported products, including dodder and ragweed, which are prohibited for export, as well as weed mountaineer curly, which has quarantine restrictions for Mongolia.
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About 60% of the export volume was sent to Latvia, 23% - to the Republic of Belarus, 17% - to China, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Uzbekistan, Mongolia, Moldova, Armenia and other countries. Since the beginning of the year, specialists from the Office of the Rosselkhoznadzor for the Orel and Kursk regions have certified more than 758 thousand tons of various regulated products exported from the territories of the Oryol and Kursk regions, including 94% (583 thousand tons) of grain and products of its processing. Compared to the same period in 2022, the volume of exports increased by 2.5 times. The main increase was due to grain production. Such crops as wheat, barley, corn, rapeseed, soybeans, buckwheat, mustard, as well as grain processing products - malt, cereals and cereals in assortment, flour, husks, vegetable oils and others were shipped abroad. According to the results of laboratory studies, quarantine objects were identified in 1197 cases (86.2 thousand tons): dodder, ragweed. ...
Source: Agroxxi
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