European Union: frost damage at the grain in Europe so far relatively low

The frost damage in the European Union after the recent cold snap this month have probably caused no serious damage. In some regions but in the South-East of the EU and in Scandinavia, the frost could have led to damage to the winter wheat. This was announced by EU-crop-monitoring service of the EU, on Monday. In most of the EU, the temperatures in January were significantly lower than the previous week. The first two weeks were the coldest in January in South-Eastern Europe since 1975 is up-to-date but relatively low frost damage reported. For the rest of the month does not count also with a hard frost.
The frosty temperatures, which had Central Europe in the period from January 6-11 in the handle, combined with a nationwide not snow in some regions, led to frost damage in parts of Hungary, southern Sweden, Denmark and Romania. Also in Poland, Czech Republic and Germany, the sharp frost could lead to damage, in Belarus and the stocks were protected by an adequate snow cover of the Ukraine.
The agricultural consulting company reduced the forecast of the EU soft wheat crop strategy of grains 2017 last week due to expected frost in the East of the European Union. Marshall warned that winter crops in France, United Kingdom, Denmark and the Benelux countries due to the low Frost tolerance are exposed to higher risks.

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