According to port data, in February 2018/19 MY Romania exported 303.25 KMT of wheat, which was 88% higher than in February 2018, but 19% less than in the same month of 2017, reports UkrAgroConsult.
Sudan and Egypt were key importers of Romanian wheat in February 2019.
In July-February 2018/19 MY Romania exported 3739.3 KMT of wheat, which is 10% more than over the same period last season, but -7% compared to the record pace noted in July-February 2016/17 MY.
In the reporting period wheat shipments to Egypt increased by 19% to 819 KMT compared to July-February 2017/18. Also high demand is seen from the EU countries (Germany, Italy, Netherlands and UK) due to summer drought which impacted wheat crop in some parts of the bloc.
97 Th ha of sunflower had been sown by April 3, 2019, or 2% of the projected 5809.4 Th ha (official data).