Ukraine: In Poltava Oblast, the largest area was sown with corn, almost 500,000 hectares were cultivated

Published May 29, 2024

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Poltava oblast farms in Ukraine have achieved the highest figure for corn sowing areas in the country this year, covering nearly half a million hectares. The region has completed the sowing of all planned spring crops, covering a total of 1.5 million hectares across corn, sunflower, soybean, sugar beet, barley, potato, and vegetable crops. The sown areas are in satisfactory condition and are expected to meet the region's needs.
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This year, Poltava oblast farms achieved the highest figure for corn sown areas in Ukraine. The agricultural producers of the region coped with the sowing campaign faster than last year, according to the message of the Poltava OVA. "Our farmers have sown all the planned areas and continue to hold leading positions. Almost half a million hectares of corn were sown this year. This is the largest indicator in Ukraine. Sowing of spring crops has been completed, almost one and a half million hectares have been sown," said the head of the Poltava OVA Philip Pronin. This year, the largest areas are occupied by corn (498.4 thousand ha), sunflower (393.2 thousand ha), soybean (204.1 thousand ha), sugar beet (29 thousand ha), barley (73 thousand ha ). The area of ...
Source: Superagronom
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