Wheat

USDA has raised forecast for global wheat production from the Black Sea region


The USDA-Analysten haben in der September-Prognose die Prognose für die weltweite wheat production 2022/23 to 783,9 million Tonnen erhöht, verglichen mit der August-Prognose von 779,6 Millionen Tonnen, die ebenfalls über dem Ergebnis von 2021/22 (779,9 Millionen Tonnen) liegt, aufgrund erhöhter Anpassungen für die Schwarzmeerregion.

In particular, experts have the prognosis for the grain harvest in the current season in Russia to 91 (88; 75,5) million tons and in Ukraine to 20,5 (19,5; 33) million tons.

The forecast for global wheat exports has been raised slightly - to 208,4 (208,1 million; 205,2 million tons), while the experts for the main grain exporting countries have made no adjustments.

The forecast for 2022/23 global grain stocks has been raised to 268,5 million tonnes from 267,3 million tonnes in August, but below the figure for the 2021/22 season (275,6 million tonnes).

Thus, the estimate for Argentina was 4,9 (4,8; 4,4) million tons, the Russian Federation at 15,4 (14,4; 11,1) million tons and Ukraine at 4,7 (4,2, 5,8; 9,5) million tons increased. At the same time, the forecast for the EU was lowered to 10,2 (13,4; XNUMX) million tons.

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