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Ministry of Agriculture releases report on the Germany's harvest

Grãos: Ministério da Agricultura divulga relatório sobre colheita do país
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Canola Seed & Rapeseed
Germany
Environmental Issue
Sugar Beet
Supply Yield / Stock Quantity
Sep 1, 2022
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According to the German Weather Service (DWD), Germany had the sunniest summer since 2003, when thermometers registered 793.9 hours of sunshine in the country. The registered mark in 2021, reached 817 hours of sunshine. Heat waves in European countries such as Germany, France, Spain and Italy have affected people, animals and crops. The harvest of rapeseed (a plant from which the oil used in the production of biodiesel is extracted), maize and sugar beet could be affected, according to estimates by the German Ministry of Agriculture. Among the most affected grains across Europe, maize can be highlighted. The drought faced is the worst in 500 years, according to experts. Cem Oezdemir, the German agriculture minister, said in a report that the climate crisis is already visible in local agriculture.
Iara Siqueira According to the German Weather Service (DWD), Germany has had the sunniest summer since 2003, when thermometers read 793.9 hours of sunshine in the country. The registered mark in 2021, reached 817 hours of sunshine. Heat waves in European countries such as Germany, France, Spain and Italy have affected people, animals and crops. The harvest of rapeseed (a plant from which the oil used in the production of biodiesel is extracted), maize and sugar beet could be affected, according to estimates by the German Ministry of Agriculture. Among the most affected grains across Europe, maize can be highlighted. The drought faced is the worst in 500 years, according to experts. Cem Oezdemir, the German agriculture minister, said in a report that the climate crisis is already visible in local agriculture. The corn crop, for example, is expected to drop 21.5% in the year, to around 3.5 million tons. The report informs that the beet crop has ...
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