Vegetable production in China increased in November, and farmland prices continued to fall; the supply is expected to be generally sufficient in December, and prices are expected to stop falling

Published Dec 14, 2023

Tridge summary

The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs recently held discussions with various experts and organizations to assess the vegetable production situation in November. Overall, most main vegetable producing areas experienced high temperatures and good growing conditions, leading to increased yields and declining field prices. The increase in vegetable production area and favorable weather conditions have led to a surplus of vegetables, causing prices to drop significantly, with some varieties reaching their lowest prices in years.

Despite the surplus, it is expected that the supply of vegetables in December will be sufficient, and prices may rebound due to increased cold air activities and holiday consumption. To address the current situation, the Ministry plans to implement disaster prevention measures, strengthen production and marketing connections, and provide technical guidance to ensure a stable supply of vegetables during the winter.
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Original content

Recently, the Planting Industry Management Department of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs organized the National Meteorological Center, some major vegetable producing provinces, the Institute of Vegetables and Flowers of the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, the China Vegetable Association and relevant experts to discuss and judge the vegetable production situation on the basis of comprehensively scheduling the vegetable production situation in November. Production and supply situation. Generally speaking, except for the multiple rain and snow weather events in Northeast China in November, the temperature in most of the country's main vegetable producing areas was higher than normal. Vegetables are growing well, yields are increasing, and field prices continue to decline. Currently, The country's vegetable field area is 88.49 million acres, an increase of 1.15 million acres year-on-year. In December, a large number of facility vegetables in the north and ...
Source: Foodmate
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