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Russian agricultural production has surged by 20% over the past five years

Global grain production is set for a sharp increase in the next 12 months with Russia remaining the top exporter, according to a report from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). The USDA projects global wheat production to grow by 46 million tons from the previous year to a record 777 million tons. Russia will be the world’s leading wheat exporter with supplies of 36 million tons, slightly down from the 2018 – 2019 level. The country is forecast ...

Modified: 15.05.2019
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Russian wheat to Iraq

Iraq needs an annual wheat supply of between 4.5 million and five million tons and has an import gap of around two million tons a year. Iraq a major Middle East grain importer. Trade Minister Mohammed Hashim Al-Aani said he would send representatives to Russia to study ...

Modified: 13.11.2018
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Russia resumes wheat supplies to Brazil ó watchdog

Russia has started supplying wheat to Brazil for the first time in eight years, the Russian veterinary and phytosanitary watchdog Rosselkhoznadzor said. The first lot of Russian wheat amounting to 26.2 thousand tonnes was shipped to Brazil from the Kaliningrad Region for the first ...

Modified: 07.08.2018
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Brazil softens requirements to Russian wheat exports ó watchdog

Brazil has decided to soften phytosanitary requirements for Russian wheat, which will allow Russia to resume deliveries that were discontinued after 2014. According to her Brazil mitigated the requirements which concerned the content of seeds of the weed plants which are quarantine in Brazil and which are found on the ...

Modified: 22.05.2018
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Rostov Region Boosts Wheat Exports

Rostov Regionís exports of cereals surged by 44% to 14.4m tons worth $242 million in 2017, increasing the regionís share to 32% in total Russian grain exports and taking it to the first place among Russiaís cereal exporters. Wheat and meslin accounted for 84% of Rostov’s grain exports, followed, by a large margin, by barley (11%) and maize (5%). Buckwheat, millet, sorghum, rye, rice and oats make 0.4% of the regionís exports. The leading importers of Rostovís cereals ...

Modified: 06.03.2018
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