The next MY in Ukraine will be marked by increase in the grain yield
According to forecasts of analysts issued in March this year for the next marketing season, in Ukraine the harvest of cereals is expected at 65.8 million tons, which is 6% higher than the figure of the current year.
Such information was provided by APK-Inform.
In the next season, it is planned to increase the area allocated for corn by 2%, and then it will amount to 4.62 million hectares, which will allow a total harvest of 28.5 million tons. But such a great harvest can be provided only if the yield is increased to 6.23 tons per hectare. The expected production of wheat is 27 million tons, which is 3% higher than the existing figures. However, barley production is expected to decline by 6%. The volume of production of this crop will be 7.8 million tons.
In addition, in the next season, it is planned to increase exports to such countries as Egypt, Bangladesh and Lebanon.
Ukraine continues to increase grain yields thanks to the implementation of new technologies and soil improvement. According to the latest forecasts, the next agricultural year promises to be successful.
The implementation of precision farming systems allows farmers to optimize the use of fertilizers and insecticides on their land. This helps not only to increase yields but also to reduce production costs.
Improving conditions for agriculture also contributes to the growth of yields. The government of Ukraine is implementing programs to improve soil quality, support agricultural producers, and subsidize costs for grain crops.
Ukraine is a major exporter of grain crops, and increasing yields helps to meet the growing demand for this product. However, measures must be taken to maintain export stability and strengthen positions in the global market.
The next agricultural year promises to be successful for Ukrainian agricultural producers, but it is necessary to continue working on improving conditions for agriculture and implementing new technologies to ensure stable and sustainable growth of grain yields in the future.