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Almost 50 thousand tons of seeds of early grain crops are required in the Amur region

According to the regional ministry of agriculture of the Amur region, for the sowing of 2015, agricultural producers in the region need 49,8 thousand tons of seeds of early grain crops. As of August 20, 32,3 thousand tons (64.7%) were filled in. Including: barley - 9,7 thousand tons (100%), wheat - 18 thousand tons (62%), oats - 4,4 thousand tons (45,5%).

Specialized seed farms of the region procured 5,3 thousand tons of seed material of seeds of early cereal crops of higher reproductions, including: 3,2 thousand tons of wheat, 1,5 thousand tons of barley and 0,6 thousand tons of oats.

Currently, seed lots are tested for sowing qualities.

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