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Russia: The gross harvest of grain crops in the Amur region exceeded 650 thousand tons in 2023

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Published Dec 5, 2023

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The Amur region in Russia experienced a significant increase in the gross harvest of grain crops during the 2023 season, with over 650,000 tons harvested, almost 200,000 tons more than the previous year. The highest yields were recorded in certain districts, and the harvest campaign in the region has been completed. However, the main crop of the region, soybeans, had a lower harvest compared to last year due to cold spring weather and dry conditions during flowering.
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The gross harvest of grain crops in the Amur region during the 2023 harvesting campaign amounted to more than 650 thousand tons, which is almost 200 thousand tons more than last year. This was reported by the regional government. “The gross harvest of grain crops, including corn for grain, amounted to 652.9 thousand tons, which is 196 thousand tons higher than in 2022,” the report says. The highest yields were recorded in Romnensky, Zavitinsky and Oktyabrsky districts. The harvesting campaign in the region has now been completed. In total, almost 200 thousand hectares of grain and leguminous crops were harvested, of which 94.5 thousand hectares of wheat, 45.9 thousand hectares of barley, 19.1 thousand hectares of oats, 0.3 thousand hectares of triticale, corn for grain - 27.3 hectares, buckwheat - 5.3 thousand hectares. Despite the good yield this year, the main crop of the Amur region - soybeans - was harvested 150 thousand tons less compared to 2022. The gross soybean harvest ...
Source: Kvedomosti
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