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In the JAR have begun to complete the harvest of soybeans

Agricultural producers of the Jewish Autonomous Region have begun the final field harvest season, soybean harvesting, in all districts, the press service of the regional government reported.

"Almost all regions of the autonomy have started harvesting. In general, 15,731 hectares of soybeans have been harvested in the region, which is 16% of crops. The average yield is 12,8 centners per hectare," the report says, citing the regional government's agriculture department.

In 2014, in the whole region, the area under soybean sowing was increased in comparison with the previous year by 2,5 thousand hectares and amounted to 95,392 thousand hectares (growth by 2,3%). Of these, more than 41 thousand hectares are located in the Leninsky district, where 17% is already harvested with an average yield of 13 centners from 1 ha, the report said.

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