Since I last wrote, the wheat harvest has finished here in Western Ukraine and bearing in mind the difficulties last autumn, the results have been pleasing with averages above 6 tonnes/ha and quality good. Harvest conditions there have been much better than the dreadful weather in Scotland. Despite this, rain caused delays for wheat and barley harvests and hitherto unseen barley brackling caused significant losses.
The harvest proceeds apace here in Ukraine, with barley completed and combines well through the oilseed rape and into the wheat now. Although the harvest was catchy a fortnight ago, the recent weather has been kinder and good progress has been made of late. Winter barley yields finished just shy of seven tonnes per ha, but the much lower area of spring barley just outperformed it.
HARVEST has begun in earnest in Ukraine, with winter barley coming in at reasonable yield and quality in the early harvested crops. While these early fields are never the best on any farm, yields have been steadily increasing to above 7t/ha with some good crops off the heavier land. Like many parts of Central and Eastern Europe, oilseed rape is ripening a little unevenly.
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