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TRITICALE PLANTING AREA EXPANDS IN SIVAS REGION…

Planting area expanded in Sivas, the seed centre of triticale… The cultivation area of ​​triticale seed, which is obtained from a hybrid of wheat and rye and grown as an alternative crop to fill the roughage deficit in Sivas province, has been expanded. Sivas Ulaş Agricultural Enterprise, affiliated to the …

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BRAZIL COULD BECOME SELF-SUFFICIENT IN WHEAT WITHIN 10 YEARS…

In a recent hearing in the Agriculture and Agrarian Reform Commission of the Brazilian Congress, researchers from Embrapa estimated that Brazil could become self sufficient in wheat production within 10 years by expanding wheat production into the cerrado regions of central and northeastern Brazil. Wheat is the only major crop …

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RICE PRODUCTION IN TURKIYE…

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“VIRGINIA AND BURLEY TOBACCO PRODUCTION TO BOOST IN TURKIYE”

Press release… Umur: “Virginia and burley tobacco production will increase” Sharing the knowledge that 30 percent of the tobacco to be used in tobacco products produced in Turkiye will gradually have to be grown in the country, Aegean Tobacco Exporters’ Chairperson Ömer Celal Umur stated that there will be an …

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RUSSIA MULLS BANNING RICE EXPORTS!

Russian Agriculture Ministry proposes temporary ban from July 1 to Dec. 31… MOSCOW… Russia is considering a proposal to temporarily ban rice exports from July 1. A draft document prepared by the Russian Agriculture Ministry, which still needs government approval, recommends a ban from July 1 to Dec. 31. Moscow …

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WHEAT PRODUCTION EXPECTED TO INCREASE 18 PERCENT THIS YEAR!

Turkey’s wheat production is expected to increase by 17.6 percent this year from 2021 to 20 million tons, according to a report by the country’s grains council (UHK – National Grain Council). In its March report, the UHK, which includes growers, business associations, scientists and non-governmental organizations, forecast that production would be 20.5 …

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SARA MENKER: THE WORLD HAS ENOUGH WHEAT FOR 10 WEEKS!

With the Russia-Ukraine war, food security has become an important agenda item in the world. Countries began to act protective and limit exports at the point of exporting the basic food products they produce. Especially the war between Russia and Ukraine, one of the world’s major grain exporters, made it …

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AGRICULTURAL COMMODITY PRICES INCREASE GLOBALLY!

Agricultural commodity prices increase amid Russia-Ukraine war, unfavorable weather conditions… The selling pressure in the commodity market continued for weeks, amid geopolitical risk and Fed’s “hawkish” policies. Wheat Although the commodity market was dominated by geopolitical risks and rallies in March, the fact that the world’s leading central banks, especially …

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“TURKIYE NOT IMPORTING WHEAT FROM INDIA”

The Agriculture and Forestry Ministry has dismissed claims in some media outlets suggesting that Turkiye is importing wheat from India. “Turkiye is self-sufficient and one of the top 10 countries in the world in agriculture production. It easily meets food demand from its growing population, thanks to its strong agriculture infrastructure,” the ministry said in …

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GLOBAL WHEAT PRICES SOAR AFTER EXPORT BAN OF INDIA!

Global wheat prices increased after India banned wheat exports on Friday. Wheat futures prices traded in Chicago rose 5.9 percent to $12.47 and hit the highest levels of the last two months. According to the news of the Reuters agency, corn prices increased by 2 percent and soybean prices increased …

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