French sugar beet harvest seen down 3% compared with 2021, with yields seen just above 5yr average – Agreste

Wednesday, September 14, 2022
This year’s French sugar beet harvest is forecast by Agreste, the government statistical service, to decline to 33.3 million tonnes, a reduction of 3.0% compared with 2021 and down 9.8% compared with the 2017-2021 average. The average yield is estimated at 832.3 q/ha in 2022, compared to 855.1 q/ha in 2021 and 824.4 q/ha over five years. Compared with other autumn crops, sugar beets are more resistant to drought, Agreste added.
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