Hot weather dominated most of the country on June 1-10.
Brief precipitation events occurred in most of the country, expect for West Kazakhstan and East Kazakhstan regions – precipitation rates there were above normal. Such meteorological conditions were unfavorable for growth and development of spring grains, UkrAgroConsult reports.
On June 1-10, air temperatures and below-normal precipitation in winter wheat growing areas made normal proceeding of plants from one growth stage to the next one more difficult. This may result in the formation of small, shriveled kernels and lower yield of winter wheat. The planting of spring grains has finished in all grain growing areas in the north of the country, except for some areas in Kostanay, North Kazakhstan and Pavlodar regions. Winter and spring crops are in good and fair conditions.
Kazakh farmers started harvesting grain crops on June 17. Those in Turkestan region were the first to kick off this work.
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