Developing Countries Will Lead Global Rice Import Growth in 2013-22, Says USDA Rice growers positive California MG prices are UP Russia MG Harvest coming to end Egypt open rice exports Vietnam’s rice export in tough competition with India Thai rice exports in May Rise Above Target This Year Viet-Nam Rice exports likely to fall this year
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World coarse grains production
World coarse grains production is expected to reach 955 million tons in 2005/06, down 54 million tons from the previous year’s record, but still the second largest crop. Foreign production is expected to decline 31 million tons, less than 5 percent. The EU-25 is projected down 18 million tons to 133 million partly because an increase in the set-aside requirement is expected to reduce area planted, but mostly because of a return to trend yields. In the former Soviet Union, coarse grain production is expected to drop 6 million tons to 56 million as area declines and yields return to average, assuming normal weather. An assumed return to normal yields also drops Other Europe 4 million tons to 25 million. Normal yields are expected to drop production in South Africa 2.5 million tons to 10 million, leading a drop of 7 million for Sub-Saharan Africa. However, following poor yields last year, coarse grains production is expected to increase 2 million tons in India, where most coarse grains are used for food. Rebounding yields are expected to boost Brazil’s production 7 million tons to 47 million. Changes for other countries are less dramatic.
Coarse grain production in China is expected to decrease 1 million tons to 136 million. Area planted to corn is expected to increase in 2005/06 because of government incentives for grain production. However, trend yields imply a decline from the previous year when weather was favorable. China is expected to remain the largest foreign coarse grains producer. Global corn production is projected to reach 674 million tons, down 34 million tons from the previous year’s record. Foreign corn production is expected to decline 13 million tons in 2005/06.
MGR Archive 22.5.2005
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