The grain harvest in Ukraine is still ahead of last year. However, rainy weather has slowed it down substantially. So, while this work was 133% the progress of last year a week ago, the year-over-year advance had decreased more than three times, to 39%, by July 23. A 5% lag is already observed in barley harvesting progress.
The weather conditions for yield formation in spring crops across Romania considerably improved last month. Dryness of May and the first half of June gave place to rainfalls in all the growing regions. After the middle of June, precipitation rates in central, southern and northern parts of the country were more than twice as high as long-term normal values.
Due to incessant rain in the past several weeks, plantations in Gutti, Bhairapura, Moolarahalli, Balegadde, Devarunda, Makonahalli, Baluru and Koove, falling under the rural limits of the district, are widely affected by the contracting disease. Also, the raw coffee beans and leaves have withered due to strong winds.
The agriculture sector suffered huge loss due to the flood in Kuttanad. Ninety per cent of paddy fields in which Kharif farming was done are under water. The paddy production in the state will diminish by 50,000 tonnes in the coming harvesting season. The second term farming was carried out in 9,907 hectares in the district and around 90 per cent of the cultivation is under water, said Beena Natesh, principal agriculture officer.
Excessive rainfall marooned large swathes of land and cotton yield in the taluk may again be affected. Having suffered water stress and drought during the last three years that depleted crop yield and negatively affected income, a section of cotton cultivators in H.D. Kote in Mysuru district are staring at a new crisis that is unfolding this year.
Owing to various catastrophes, the country’s agriculture sector witnessed loss amounting to Rs 10.89 billion in the ongoing fiscal year, according to statistics compiled by the Ministry of Agriculture, Land Management and Cooperatives (MoALMC). This accounts for the loss that the sector faced from floods and landslides triggered by the heavy monsoon rains, hailstorms and storms in the current fiscal 2017-18.
Large portions of southwest and south-central Minnesota, along with adjoining areas of northern Iowa, and eastern South Dakota, have been impacted by severe storms and excessive rainfall during the last half of June. There are considerable drown-out areas in fields, as well as crop damage to the remaining crop in many fields.
Temperatures well above 20 degrees Celsius are being recorded far into the topmost northern regions of Europe. These sunny days are, however, accompanied by a lack of rain and low humidity. There are concerns about drought in several countries in north-west Europe. Further to the south, farmers have no issues with this.
Rainfall over the weekend was quite varied around the Province, but was a welcome site for many farmers and ranchers. One of the drier areas in Saskatchewan has been in the South West. It rained Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday, but according to Terri Lang, a meteorologist with Environment Canada, the showers were a bit deceiving.
Too much rain and strong winds have taken a toll on more fields as July starts. Heavy rain and strong winds damaged crops, trees and farm buildings in central and west-central Iowa this past weekend. These areas received 5 to 10 inches of rain Saturday night. Strong winds also caused corn to suffer “green snap” in some fields.
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