As of October 20, agricultural producers threshed 57.6 million tons of grain and oil crops. Kurkul.com writes about this with reference to data from the Ministry of Agrarian Policy.
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Harvesting of cereals and legumes was carried out on an area of 8.27 million hectares with a yield of 4.74 t/ha, 39.22 million tons of the crop were threshed, of which:
wheat — 22.189 million tons from an area of 4.69 million hectares (101% of the forecast), average yield — 4.73 tons/ha;
barley — 5.86 million tons from an area of 1.5 million hectares (101%), yield — 3.9 tons/ha;
peas — 396.8 thousand tons from an area of 154.4 thousand ha (103%), yield — 2.57 tons/ha;
buckwheat — 203.6 thousand tons from an area of 136.6 thousand hectares, yield — 1.49 tons/ha;
millet — 162.4 thousand tons from an area of 77.4 thousand hectares, yield — 2.1 tons/ha;
of corn — 9.28 million tons from an area of 1.37 million hectares, yield — 6.74 tons/ha.
Agricultural producers of Kyiv Oblast, Kirovohrad Oblast, Mykolaiv Oblast, Poltava Oblast, Sumy Oblast, Cherkasy Oblast and Khmelnytskyi Oblast threshed more than 2 million tons of grain in each oblast. In Odesa region, Vinnytsia region, and Dnipro region - more than 3 million tons each. The Zaporizhzhia Region has completed the collection of grain crops.
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Farmers collected 18.45 million tons of oil crops, of which:
rapeseed — 4 million tons from an area of 1.39 million hectares (98%), average yield — 2.87 tons/ha;
sunflower — 10.2 million tons from an area of 4.35 million hectares with a yield of 2.34 tons/ha;
soybeans — 4 million tons from 1.64 million hectares, yield — 2.58 tons/ha.
Sugar beet harvesting continues, they have been dug up on an area of 125.3 thousand hectares, 5.9 million tons of sweet roots have been dug up with a yield of 47.1 tons/ha.