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Ukraine: Sowing-2024 continues in Sumy Oblast, 83.2% of areas are sown in early spring

Dried Common Pea
Maize (Corn)
Published Apr 23, 2024

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As of April 18, 2024, Sumy Oblast has made significant progress in its agricultural sowing activities, with early spring grain and leguminous crops covering 50.1 thousand hectares, achieving 83.2% of its target. Additionally, the region has sown sunflowers and corn on 76.2 thousand hectares (34.4% of the goal) and 97.6 thousand hectares (39.1% of the goal) respectively. These efforts are part of a larger plan to cultivate sunflowers on 221.2 thousand hectares and corn on 249.6 thousand hectares for the year, as reported by the Department of Agro-Industrial Development.
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As of April 18, 2024, Sumy farmers sowed early spring grain and leguminous crops on an area of 50.1 thousand hectares (83.2%). The Department of Agro-Industrial Development of the Sumy Oblast reports this on its Facebook page. It is noted that for the 2024 harvest, the following were sown in particular: Sunflowers were sown on an area of 76.2 thousand hectares (34.4% of the projected area) and corn for grain — 97.6 thousand hectares ...
Source: Superagronom
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