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Spain: INTIA estimates the decrease in the cereal harvest in Navarra by 15%

INTIA cifra en un 15% el descenso de la cosecha del cereal en Navarra
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Grain & Cereals
Spain
Environmental Issue
Supply Yield / Stock Quantity
Seasonality
Aug 2, 2022
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The public company INTIA has shared with the cooperatives in a conference held in Olite, the data of a campaign that ends with a total of 678,000 tons of grain harvested. The harvest has been characterized by the great disparity in yields, both by area and by plot, and even with notable differences within the same plot.
The public company INTIA puts a 15% decrease in production in this year's cereal campaign in Navarra compared to last season. In a year marked by the absence of rain and record high temperatures, the campaign ended with a total of 678,000 tons of grain harvested, an estimate obtained after the data provided by the associated cooperatives, which account for 80% of the total surface area of Navarre. . The data refers to the total calculation of wheat, barley, oats, rapeseed and legumes. On the other hand, if we take into account the average returns of the last 6 years, it is even higher and would reach 22%. This campaign has been characterized by the great disparity in yields registered both by areas and by plots and even with notable differences within the same plot. However, in general terms, it can be concluded that normal yields have been achieved in the southern area of Navarra, close to the average of previous seasons, while the crops located further north in Navarra have ...
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