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Tidbits, Wheat Basis, Frosts in Ukraine, Chinese Imports 5/22/24

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Recent frosts in Ukraine have not caused significant damage to grain and oilseed crops, a state weather forecaster said on Tuesday.

 

Ukraine experienced several waves of frost between May 1 and May 16, said Tetiana Adamenko, head of the forecaster’s agriculture department, adding that May frosts are a common occurrence.

 

“There is some damage to early seedlings of corn and sunflower, but it is all very localized. As of today, we have no information that crops have died,” Adamenko said.

 

Ukrainian consultancy APK-Inform on Monday quoted agricultural scientists as saying that recent severe frosts across Ukraine’s northern and eastern regions could reduce this year’s grain and oilseed harvest 20% to 30% of the yield could be lost.

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