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For more information on the AMIS Crop Monitor, please visit the website of GEOGLAM.

last release: July 2019

Crop Monitor

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Pie chart description

Each slice represents a country's share of total AMIS production (5-year average). Main producing countries (representing 95 percent of production) are shown individually, with the remaining 5 percent grouped into the “Other AMIS Countries” category. The proportion within each national slice is colored according to the crop conditions within a specific growing area; grey indicates that the respective area is out of season. Sections within each slide are weighted by the sub-national production statistics (5-year average) of the respective country. The section within each national slice also accounts for multiple cropping seasons (i.e. spring and winter wheat). When conditions are other than "favorable", icons are added that provide information on the key climatic drivers affecting conditions. For more information, please visit GEOGLAM.

  • In the EU, winter wheat conditions remain overall favourable. Recent rains were beneficial in western and northern Europe but came too late in parts of central Europe, while dry conditions persist in southwestern regions.
  • In Ukraine, conditions remain favourable for winter wheat in the ripening stage.
  • In the Russian Federation, winter wheat conditions are mixed due to dry conditions in the Central and Volga districts. Spring wheat sowing is wrapping up under generally favourable conditions.
  • In Kazakhstan, sowing of spring wheat has finished under favourable conditions.
  • In China, winter wheat harvest is wrapping up under generally favourable conditions and spring wheat is developing under favourable conditions.
  • In the US, harvest is beginning for winter wheat under favourable conditions in the main producing areas, while spring wheat conditions are generally favourable.
  • In Canada, dry and drought conditions in the prairies have resulted in very low soil moisture and delayed crop emergence, affecting both spring and winter wheat. In the east, winter wheat is suffering from excessive soil moisture.
  • In Australia, conditions are mixed with generally favourable conditions in southern growing regions, but dry conditions persist across large areas of eastern Australia and parts of Western Australia.
  • In Argentina, sowing of wheat continues under generally favourable conditions, albeit hampered in places by rainfall.