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Mogilev region to complete its winter crops sowing campaign by September,25

Mogilev region’s agriculture workers started winter crops sowing. The information is provided by Andrei Kozhemyakin, the deputy chairman for agriculture and food.

Mogilev region’s agrarians have got 1% early spring crops and leguminous plants to sow

Mogilev region is completing a sowing campaign of early spring crops and leguminous plants. Today Bobruisk, Mogilev, Cherikov and Shklov districts will sow the remained areas. The information is provided by the agriculture and food supply committee of Mogilev regional authorities.

The end of the week to complete a spring sowing campaign in Mogilev region

Mogilev region sowed 110.4 hectares (75% to the target) with spring crops and leguminous plants. The end of the week will complete a spring sowing campaign in Mogilev region. The information is provided by the regional committee for agriculture and food supply.

By April, 1 Mogilev region plants 39.4 thousand hectares of early spring crops and pulse plants

By April, 1 Mogilev region planted 39.4 thousand hectares of early spring crops and pulse plants. It is 24.1% to the target. This operative information was published on the site of the Agriculture and Food Supply Ministry of the Republic of Belarus.

Mogilev region’s farming machines are over 90% ready to start a spring crops sowing campaign

Mogilev region’s farming machines are over 90% ready to start a spring crops sowing campaign. The information was provided by the agriculture and food supplies committee of Mogilev region executive committee Dmitry Ignatenko.

Agribusiness organizations of Mogilev region started sowing winter crops

Agribusiness organizations of Mogilev region started sowing winter crops and legumes. The information is provided by the Committee for Agriculture and Food Stuff of the regional executive committee.

Agriculture organizations of Mogilev region have planted spring crops on 36% of the target areas

According to the information provided by the regional agriculture office by May, 3 agriculture organizations of Mogilev region have planted spring crops on 36% of the target areas to make 124,7 thousand hectares.

Glussk district have sown 48% of the target areas, Kostyukovichi district - 46%, Cherikov district - 46%.

Mogilev region’s farming machines are over 90% ready to start a spring crops sowing campaign

February, 29 reports ninety-percent readiness of Mogilev region’s farming machines to start a spring crops sowing campaign. The information is provided by the Regional Committee for Agriculture and Food Stuff. Power tractors are 95% ready. Combined tillage seeders are 92% ready. Machines for application of organic and mineral fertilizers are 95% ready.

40,000 more hectares of annual herbs to be sown in Mogilev region

This year’s hot and dry weather may reduce crop productivity. During the second ten-day period of May there were 47% of falls according to the norm; during the third ten-day period – only 29% of falls according to the norm; and there were practically no rains within the first ten-day period of June.

Mogilev region sowed over 4% cereal crops to the target

Mogilev region sowed over 4% cereal crops to the target. The information is provided by the Agriculture and Food Stuffs Department. Special attention is paid to the quality of crops. Rainy weather can become a real obstacle for the sowing campaign.

Mogilev region to hold a sowing campaign effectively and within optimal dates – V. Kravtsov

A sowing campaign of spring crops and leguminous in Mogilev region is to be carried out effectively and within optimal dates. The target was made by the first deputy chief of Mogilev Regional Executive Committee Vladimir Kravtsov.

Mogilev region to start sowing season

Sowing season has been started in some districts of Mogilev region, - the correspondent of the site was told at agriculture and food supplies committee of Mogilev region executive committee. Spring crops have been sown out at the area of 0.02 thous hectares (0.01% of the planned).

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