Russia: Soybean yield in areas of Primorye not affected by water will reach 18 c/ha

Updated Sep 22, 2023
Soybean yields in the Primorsky Territory in fields that were not damaged during the August flood will remain at a high level, reports the press service of the Primorye government. In some areas, a harvest of up to 18 quintals per hectare is expected. The average soybean yield in 2022 in Primorye was 17 centners per hectare. Then the harvest increased by 90 thousand tons, to 500 thousand tons. “Tracked, all-wheel drive vehicles and combines are working in the soybean fields. We plan that the yield this year will be 14-18 centners per hectare,” the press service of the region’s Minister of Agriculture Andrei Bronts quotes. According to him, agricultural producers have already begun a harvesting campaign in the “dry” areas of the Primorsky Territory, where the water has receded. The start of the corn harvesting campaign will depend on weather conditions. If the weather is very wet, farmers will have to wait until winter. Due ...
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