Better weather lifts EU harvest

Mendelsohn, Michael
September 2006
Farmers Weekly;9/8/2006, Vol. 145 Issue 10, p49
Trade Publication
The article examines the development in wheat harvesting in the European Union. Wheat yields in France averaged between 7.7 and 8.6 tonnes per hectare depending on region. Yield estimates in Czech Republic are around 4.7 tonnes per hectare. 80% of the wheat has been harvested in Great Britain, with most of the remaining area in the Eastern region, Yorkshire, England and Scotland.


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