Despite the increase in corn prices, arable land still exists. Tomatoes increase the area by 20%.
This year’s cherry season should be “very positive”. Compared with 2020, productivity has increased three times, and the output of peaches should also increase to “close to the average level of the past five years”, INE reported today.
According to the agricultural forecast of the National Bureau of Statistics (INE) on May 31, as for the autumn and winter cereals, the preliminary expectation “has not been fully confirmed.” “Although there are still forecasts of soft wheat, barley, and oat Durum wheat, triticale and rye”.
Regarding the cherry season, “despite some difficulties with the earlier variety, its yield should reach more than 3.7 tons per hectare, three times that of 2020”.
“For cherries, there will be a delay of about two weeks at the start of the event, and most producers only start to harvest the fruit in the third week of May. The late maturity of early varieties and the lack of fruit caused this. Commercially. The quality of the first batch of products of these varieties was greatly affected by the rains in the last few days of April and early May,” INE pointed out.
Even so, the research institute pointed out that “the main share of production comes from seasonal varieties that mature under favorable conditions”, so it is expected that “the productivity will increase significantly compared with the previous season (+200%)”, that is, “the past three Fourth worst in the year”.
As for peaches, INE estimates that the yield has increased by 15% to 9.85 tons per hectare. “The unit yield is close to the average level of the past five years” because “weather conditions are conducive to fruit growth”.
Regarding the installation of spring and summer crops, the statistical agency stated that “there is no accident record.”
In terms of rice, it is expected that the use of seedbeds that were not sown in the previous event (due to the intervention of the Sado River Valley water conservancy agricultural development) will restore the sown area to 29,000 hectares, which is close to the average level of the past five years.
As for the tomatoes in the industry—its plantation began in the last week of March and has actually ended—INE predicts that the installed area will reach 16,000 hectares (an increase of 20% compared to the previous season), and pointed out that the planting area will increase to pay for production Trader’s price is “the main reason for this remarkable increase.”