Russian planting rates ramp up, but lag hugely on last year

1 May 2018 | Tom Houghton

Warmer, drier weather is allowing the pace of planting to pick up in Russia, but spring field work continues to lag significantly behind previous years and is threatening the size of this year’s cereal crop, data from the ministry of agriculture showed.

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