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Germany: Lower grain yields, but higher rapeseed harvest than expected in Saxony in the previous year

Erntevorschýtzung 2022: Geringere Ertrýge beim Getreide, aber hýhere Rapsernte als im Vorjahr in Sachsen erwartet
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Grain & Cereals
Canola Seed & Rapeseed
Germany
Supply Yield / Stock Quantity
Seasonality
Sep 5, 2022
From Agrar
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05.09.2022 | 09:55:00 | ID: 33978 | Department: Agriculture | Plant Kamenz (agrar-PR) - As reported by the State Statistical Office, the prolonged drought is also reflected in the current harvest forecast for Saxony. For grain (excluding grain maize), this estimate resulted in around 3.1 quintals per hectare at 66.3 quintals hectares less than last year. In relation to the six-year average, this is 2.1 quintals less per hectare.
05.09.2022 | 09:55:00 | ID: 33978 | Department: Agriculture | plant Kamenz (agrar-PR) - As reported by the State Statistical Office, the prolonged drought is also reflected in the current harvest forecast for Saxony. For grain (excluding grain maize), this estimate resulted in around 3.1 quintals per hectare at 66.3 quintals per hectare less than last year. In relation to the six-year average, this is 2.1 quintals less per hectare. Compared to the national average of 70.2 quintals per hectare, lower grain yields were estimated for Saxony (-3.9 quintals per hectare). With the preliminary yields, the expected grain harvest will amount to 2.4 million tons, which roughly corresponds to the previous year's amount . In view of the lower yields than in the previous year, the harvest volume can be linked to the increase in cultivation area by around 7,500 hectares (+ 2.1 percent). The individual types of cereal basically showed the same tendencies, only for winter barley are the expected ...
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