Crop condition and moisture supply:
- Variable weather prevailed on August 21-31 and in early September;
- The weather conditions had an adverse impact on corn and sunflower maturation;
- Farmers continue planting winter rape;
- Soybean harvest started in nine regions on September 3.
Precipitation of recent days improved the end of the growing season of late-sown crops, replenished topsoil moisture, created fair conditions for tillage before planting winter grains, and promoted emergence of winter rape, UkrAgroConsult reports.
Weather forecast for September 8-13:
- The highest precipitation rates (15-25 mm) will be seen in the northwest;
- Air temperature will be 21 … 23°C in the northwest, 29 … 31°C in the eastern and central regions, and up to +32°C in the south;
- Soil moisture in the northwestern regions will be sufficient for preparing planting of winter crops;
- The northern, central, and southern regions will receive 5-10 mm of precipitation;
- No precipitation in the east;
- The weather conditions in the eastern regions may adversely affect corn and sunflower growing.
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