In Russia, the harvest of oilseeds in the Ryazan region has surpassed 500 thousand tons for the first time

Grains, Cereal & Legumes
Market & Price Trends
Published Nov 22, 2023

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The Ministry of Agriculture and Food of the Ryazan Region has reported that the oilseed harvest in 2023 has set a historical record, with a total of 501 thousand tons of oilseeds, including sunflower, soybeans, rapeseed, flax, mustard, and others. This surpasses the previous record set in 2022 and is twice the average for the past 10 years. Additionally, the region is expecting a large harvest of grain crops, such as wheat, barley, corn, peas, rye, oats, and others, estimated to be around 2.9 million tons. The sugar beet harvest has also been successful, exceeding the maximum of the past 10 years and significantly surpassing the average productivity.
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The historical record for oilseeds, achieved in 2023, was reported by the Ministry of Agriculture and Food of the Ryazan Region. Harvesting of the latest crops continues - corn for grain and sunflower for oilseeds in agricultural enterprises of the Ryazan region. There are modern combines operating in the fields that can handle harvesting these crops even in December; in addition, the region has local grain drying complexes that ensure grain is dried to the required standards. According to the Ministry of Agriculture and Food of the Ryazan Region, by November 21, 50% of the area under corn was harvested - 180 thousand tons of grain. Sunflower has been harvested on 75% of the area - 125 thousand tons of oil seeds. Soybean harvesting at the finish: 98% of the area was harvested and 211 thousand tons of soybeans were obtained. This is the largest soybean harvest in the history of the Ryazan region. Overall, the total harvest of oilseeds, including sunflower, soybeans, rapeseed, flax, ...
Source: Agroxxi
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