According to a survey carried out by specialists of IA "APK-Inform", many producers of agricultural products from Khmelnitsky region say that the moods of nature and temperature fluctuations from -5 to +10 ° C will negatively affect the sowing of winter crops in the region.
Experts argue that the temperature difference and strong winds negatively affect the grain and keep them in a state of stress, which will necessarily lead to weakening and will have a negative effect on wintering. With such climate changes, one-time measures for preserving cereals are not effective. To date, winter crops are in a state of tillering.
According to Minagroprod this year, agrarians of the region planted 213 thousand hectares of winter grain.