Tag: Wheat

Global wheat market:Seasonal Harvest pressure and macro concerns triggered a sharp decline
By: Date: 2022-06-28 Categories: Internationalfood Tags: ,

Foreign media reported on June 25:as of the week of June 24, 2022, the global wheat prices continued to fall sharply, among which the U.S. soft red winter wheat hit a new low in the past four months, almost all the gains after the conflict between Russia and Ukraine. Due to the improved weather in spring wheat producing areas in the United States, crop conditions have improved unexpectedly; The prospect of wheat production in Russia and Canada is optimistic; The negotiations on unblocking grain exports from Ukraine and Russia continued to advance; The global interest rate hike triggered fears of economic recession and prompted speculative funds to sell risky assets on a large scale, putting downward pressure on wheat prices.

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Brazil may achieve self-sufficiency in wheat within 10 years
By: Date: 2022-06-28 Categories: Internationalfood Tags: ,

At a recent hearing held by the agricultural and Land Reform Commission of the Brazilian parliament, researchers from EMBRAPA estimated that Brazil could achieve self-sufficiency in wheat production within 10 years by expanding wheat cultivation to the central and northeastern prairies. Wheat is the only major crop in Brazil that cannot be self-sufficient.

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Agricultural economic observation and summer grain consultation:the number of ears per mu of wheat is slightly better than that in the late last year. Pay attention to 1000 grain weight and grain storage
By: Date: 2022-06-12 Categories: industrynews Tags: ,

Recently, the”agricultural economic observation” symposium was held online by the chamber of Commerce. The meeting focused on the production situation, difficulties and Countermeasures of seizing the summer grain harvest and ensuring the grain storage, and discussed the wheat production situation, existing problems and policy demands in Henan, Shandong, Hebei and other major grain producing provinces.

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Technical advice on preventing lodging, premature senescence and harvest of Wheat
By: Date: 2022-05-03 Categories: foodtechnology Tags: ,

At present, the wheat in the main production areas has entered the grain filling period, which is the key period for the formation of yield. We should base ourselves on disaster resistance and harvest, deal with adverse weather, do a good job in field management, implement”one spray and three prevention”, prevent lodging and premature aging, promote grain weight increase, reduce losses and return to the warehouse early.

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South Korea’s average price of imported wheat exceeded $400 per ton in March
By: Date: 2022-04-21 Categories: Internationalfood Tags: ,

Seoul, April 20 (Yonhap) – according to the South Korean customs office (customs) and the food industry on the 20th, South Korea imported 429000 tons of wheat and mixed wheat (HS code 1001) in March, with an import volume of 172.45 million US dollars. The average import price per ton was US $402, up 8.8%month on month. After the 2008 financial crisis, it broke through US $400 again after 13 years and 3 months.

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Cameroon is difficult to grow wheat on a large scale due to lack of financial support
By: Date: 2022-04-15 Categories: Internationalfood Tags: ,

The website”invest in Cameroon” reported on April 6 that the Institute of agricultural research and development of Cameroon (IRAD) had just released a report, which pointed out that although the varieties of soft grain wheat (bread making) and hard grain wheat (pasta making) had been successfully tested in five agro ecological areas of Cameroon, it was difficult to promote planting on a large scale due to lack of funds.

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