The Ukrainian authorities took the decision to lift the previously imposed restrictions on the export of maize crop in 2019.
Export prices for Ukrainian milling wheat on FOB basis from the end of January fell $17 to 202-207 $/ton.
The government of Ukraine and President of Ukraine Vladimir Zelensky responsible for land reform and will bring it to the end. This was stated by Zelensky in an interview with Bloomberg, said 10 March, the press service of the President of Ukraine.
The volume of export of chicken Ukraine ahead of only Brazil, the EU and Thailand.
In terms of the declining price environment for the implementation of growing amounts of agricultural products of the Ukrainian producers have to lower their margins, but in the future the cost may increase due to the launch of the land market.
Ukrainian farmers since the beginning of the 2019-2020 marketing year exported of 22.68 million tonnes of grain.
The Ministry of agriculture of Poland requests the European Commission to deal with the Ukrainian corn
On 19 November in Brussels, a meeting of Ministers of agriculture of member countries of the European Union. During this meeting, the Polish side raised the issue of excessive import of corn from Ukraine to Poland. This was reported by Polish news Agency Polskie Radio.
In Ukraine, in October the prices of food and non-alcoholic beverages grew by 0.9%.
According to the State fiscal service of Ukraine, in January-October 2019 Ukraine exported 73,253 thousand tons of sunflower seeds for a total of $30.3 million
The forecast for cereal production in the world reduced, but data on stocks compared with the previous month has not changed - FAO
FAO is revising the forecast for cereal production in the world in 2019 in the downside here for the second consecutive month; this month it was lowered more than 2 million tonnes, due to the deterioration of the harvest of feed grains and partly of wheat. Despite this, the volume of grain production in the world is expected to exceed the sales in 2018 of almost 47 million tonnes (1.8 per cent).
The increase in the price of vegetables so-called borsch set at 15% predicted by the Ukrainian economic expert Alexey Doroshenko. This economist said on 26 October, in comments to the Ukrainian edition of "Voice of UA".
The British edition of "bi-Bi-si" has published an article in which urges not to consider borshch a Russian national dish, alluding to the fact that Moscow "stole" the glory of this soup from Ukraine.
Export prices of wheat from the black sea region has increased, demonstrating a fracture of the market trends. The market supported higher prices in the EU and reduce the supply of Ukrainian wheat.
In Ukraine as of September 30, according to expert estimates, about 50% of the area remained in a state of drought. In General, during the third week of September on the territory of Ukraine remained unfavourable agrometeorological conditions for planting and initial growth of winter crops due to the hard air and soil drought. This is stated in agrometeorological review the second third of September of the Ukrainian hydrometeorological.
In 2018/19 MG exports of flax have been minimal over the past five seasons – 12.4 thousand tons (-47% compared to 2017/18 MG). The export potential is reduced due to the reduction of the yield of 48.1%, according to analysts at UkrAgroConsult.
As of September 26, Ukrainian farmers spent the harvest of grain and leguminous crops on an area of 11.1 million ha or 72% of the forecast and harvested 45.1 million tons of grain with an average yield of 40.8 t/ha, including:
In Ukraine, the winter wheat area in 2019/20 MG can be reduced by 25-30% due to a number of factors.
Ukrainian farmers since the beginning of the 2019-2020 marketing year (MG, July 2019 - June 2020), as of September 24, exported 12.4 million tonnes of grain and leguminous crops, which is by 49% more than as at the same date last year.
As of September 23, 2019, Ukrainian farmers have carried out cleaning work on the area of 10.8 million ha or 70% of the forecast and harvested 43.3 mln tonnes of grain and legumes with an average yield of 40.3 kg/ha. this is the website of the Ministry of agriculture.
Agricultural production in Ukraine in January-August 2019 compared to the same period last year rose 4.4%. Thus the growth of agricultural production slowed down almost three times. Such data on Tuesday, September 17, published by the State statistics service.