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Buckwheat: new crop is delayed

August 30, 2022 at 4:54 PM , Der AUDITOR
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BEIJING. The late sowing in parts of China means that the new crop will not be available on the market until mid-September in some cases.

Weather remains decisive

In the growing regions of Wuchuan and Guyang, sowing was delayed this year, which is why the plants were in full bloom later than usual. This also affects the buckwheat crop, which, according to market players, should be available on the market from mid-September. The weather still plays a decisive role in the quality and yield of this year's crop.

Supply and demand are currently in balance, as they are both almost non-existent. In the past few weeks, however, prices have been falling again and again, but are currently serving mainly

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