World rice production in 2019/20 seen lower on smaller crops in China, India

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Global rice production, area, and yield in 2019/20 are forecast lower from the prior year’s record, but still slightly above 2017/18, with the highest projected reductions for the two largest-producing countries, China and India, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) said in its latest report. The United States is also projected to have smaller planted […]

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USDA reduces global wheat supply estimates, coarse grain output; rice supplies raised on Indian output

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The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) reduced Global wheat supplies are reduced, primarily on lower production forecasts for Kazakhstan and Iraq. Projected 2018/19 world trade is fractionally higher as larger EU and Brazil exports more than offset reductions for the United States and Mexico, it said in its latest World Agriculture Supply and Demand Estimates […]

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USDA raises world Wheat supply forecast by 800,000 tonnes

Despite a reduction in Australian production, world wheat supplies for 2018-19 have increased by 800,000 tonnes, according to the latest US Department of Agriculture (USDA) world supply report. A bumper Canadian crop and additional Russian carry-over stocks have levelled out the gap in grain production as Australian production suffers the effects of drought. Canada’s wheat […]

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