Taras dzoba, Deputy Minister of agriculture of Ukraine, said late Wednesday that Ukraine’s winter wheat crops were in good condition and that the country would have enough bread supply this year.
Previously, analysts said that due to the continued conflict between Russia and Ukraine, the sown area may be reduced, and the grain harvest in 2022 may decline significantly.
However, a statement issued by dzoba said that winter crops were in good condition nationwide. Although field work must be carried out in difficulties, Ukraine will have an adequate supply of bread. However, the conflict has led to a serious weakening of export potential, which will lead to higher prices.
Apk information consultancy said this week that the sown area of crops in Ukraine in the spring of 2022 could fall by 39% to 4.7 million hectares.
Ukraine harvested a record 86 million tons of grain in 2021 and sowed 7.7 million hectares of spring grain last year.
Source: Master Boyi
Post time: Mar-25-2022