PARIS (Reuters) – Soft production in the European Union and the United Kingdom is expected to fall next year as yields in the Balkans return to average levels after this year’s record harvest, the cereal industry’s cossack said in a statement.
In its first forecast for next year’s harvest, Coceral forecasts soft wheat production in 27 countries in the European Union and the United Kingdom at 2022, up from 143.2 million tonnes in 2022.
Romania’s soft wheat production is expected to fall from 11.1 million to 7.9 million tonnes, while Bulgaria’s crop is estimated at 5.7 million tonnes against 7.2 million.
In France, the EU’s largest wheat producer, the 2022 crop is expected to fall from 35.3 million tonnes to 34.5 million tonnes, while in the second largest producer, Germany, soft wheat production is expected to increase from 21.4 million tonnes to 22.1 million tonnes.
According to Barley, production in the EU and UK will fall slightly by 2022 to 59.0 million tonnes and this year to 59.4 million tonnes.
Production will change slightly from 66.3 million tonnes to 66.4 million tonnes by 2021, with the largest expected crop in Hungary offsetting slightly lower production projections in Poland, Germany, France and Romania, he told Kozulin.
Coceral said EU and UK production is expected to grow from 18.5 million tonnes to 20.0 million tonnes this year, according to Europe’s major oilseed crop, rapeseed.
(Gus Trompiz and Sybille de La Hamaide) Report
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