Spring sowing is at the finish line: farmers have sown more than 12 million hectares in Ukraine

Published May 26, 2024

Tridge summary

In regions under Ukraine's control, the sowing of oilseeds and grain and leguminous crops has been completed, with a total area of 6.7 million hectares for oilseeds and 5.4 million hectares for grain. Over 96% of cereals and legumes, including corn, barley, wheat, oats, peas, buckwheat, millet, sunflower, soybean, and sugar beets, have been successfully sown. The most significant sowing activities were observed in the regions of Poltava, Chernihiv, and Vinnytsia.
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On the territory controlled by Ukraine, 6.7 million hectares of oilseeds and 5.4 million hectares of grain and leguminous crops were sown. In particular, farmers have already sown more than 96% of cereals and legumes: corn – 3,809.4 thousand ha; barley - 782.2 thousand ha; wheat - 252.5 thousand ha; oats - 163.7 thousand hectares; peas - 162.5 thousand hectares; buckwheat - 85.5 thousand ha; millet - 60 thousand ha. Sunflower - 4,958.1 thousand ha, soybean - 1,829.7 thousand ha were sown among oil crops. Sugar beets were sown on an area of 250.1 thousand hectares. Over the past week, the area of crops increased by 311.7 thousand hectares. The largest number of cereals and legumes was sown in Chernihiv Oblast - 56,000 hectares. The leaders among regions are: Poltava, where 498,400 ha of corn, 6,500 ha of wheat, 73,000 ha of barley, 8,500 ha of peas and 2,300 ha of oats have already been sown. Chernihiv region - 396.3 thousand hectares of corn, 2.6 thousand hectares of wheat, 13.7 ...
Source: Agravery
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