In 10 recent years the average grain yield in Kazakhstan increased by 30%, from 1.02 ton/ha to 1.33 ton/ha, the Ministry of Agriculture of the Republic of Kazakhstan declared.
According to the announcement, Kazakhstan increased the general effectiveness of grain production, and agrarians learned how to minimize losses in good crop years, and to the maximum maintain the harvest volumes in not very favorable years.
As of December 1, grain stocks in Kazakhstan totaled 16.637 million tons, including 13.374 million tons of wheat, which became a record for 5 recent years. (APK-Inform/Business World Magazine)
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