Russia: Vologda farmers and agricultural organizations harvested almost a quarter more potatoes than last year

Grains, Cereal & Legumes
Market & Price Trends
Published Nov 30, 2023

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The Vologda region in Russia has seen an increase in potato yield by 18.9%, resulting in a total accumulation of 92.4 thousand tons. The overall grain yield in the region has also increased by 17.3%. Favorable weather conditions and the use of high-quality seed material contributed to the improved harvest.
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Potato yield increased by 18.9%, which made it possible to accumulate 92.4 thousand tons Farmers of the Vologda region have completed the harvesting campaign. According to the materials of the regional department of agriculture and food resources, by November 28, 210.3 thousand tons of grain were threshed in the region (hereinafter - in barn weight), which exceeded last year’s level by 18.8%. The average grain yield increased by 17.3%, to 23.5 c/ha. The most harvested in the region was barley - 141.7 thousand tons, wheat - 34.6 thousand tons and oats - 24.3 thousand tons. At the same time, the yield of barley was 23.8 thousand tons / ha, wheat - 21.6 thousand tons /ha, oats - 20.6 c/ha. The gross harvest of peas reached 3.2 thousand tons, grain legumes - 2.9 thousand tons, rye - 2.7 thousand tons, triticale - 0.8 thousand tons. Vologda agricultural enterprises and peasant farms dug up 92.4 thousand tons of potatoes at the end of the season, which is 23.6% more than a year ago. ...
Source: Specagro
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