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Flaxseed: experts reduce crop estimates again

August 23, 2021 at 1:59 PM, Der AUDITOR
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NUR-SULTAN. Cultivation estimates for the 2021 Kazakh flaxseed crop diverge significantly. Meanwhile, heat and drought are causing noticeably reduced crop expectations. This is also reflected in prices.

Flaxseed farmers can hold out

It is hard to imagine the Russian and Kazakh oilseed markets without flaxseed, and the industry is investing diligently. In the meantime, several new and modern warehouses and cleaning facilities have been put into operation, making it easier for producers to store their goods domestically until prices reach a level that is attractive for them.

Only small quantities of flaxseed from the 2020/2021 season are still available at the origins Kazakhstan and Russia. According to market players, farmgate prices for brown flax

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