The problems with drought this year in the region are not great, however, according to the Ministry of Agriculture, the dry spell noted by water experts has passed. It does not immediately threaten the Savior.

The current hot period is reminiscent of the heat of 2015 and 2018, but if the heat and temperature are changing. Det at the end of April and the arrest of April days added moisture, said Vojtch Bl, spokesman for the Ministry of Agriculture.

Only a few days were so-called tropical, when the temperature rose above ten degrees Celsius. In 2018, there were seventy-seven of them, fourty-eight years ago. So this year, the situation is pznib. “You temperature idiots help me,” added Bl. Dry grain slides off more easily and stores well.

Compared to the rest of the country, farmers in the Moravian-Silesian region are progressing at an average speed. According to the data of the Czech Statistical Office, they harvested about one-third of cereals and about two-thirds of wheat. Meanwhile, farmers are progressing faster this year. By this time last year, only about twelve percent of cereals and a similar amount of wheat had been harvested, said Bl.

Different harvest speeds are also confirmed by individual agricultural cooperatives. The farmers from around Ostrava are the furthest along. epka we have all been harvested. Just as fine, there was a good yield, eight tons per hectare, I am satisfied with that. We have about half of the warblers under the roof, said Jaroslav Skora, agronomist of the Polanka nad Odrou Association.

They stopped the harvest in the Opava region. It rained in the middle, so we just stand and wait, and it will dry out. We harvested twenty-two percent of the genus. Roughly half of warblers and epics, stated Ji Drehner, head of the plant production department of Drustv Hrani from Lodnice in the Opava region.

ep dry the leaves

Farmers from the Slezsk Dubina cooperative in Vtkovice in the Vtkov region brought the largest number of crops into storage. For now, let’s take the yemen, there aren’t many warblers. As the crops matured, we started harvesting wheat, said agronomist Martin Jahn.

Even though the saviors from Lodnice have had so much rain that they are now waiting for the regional harvest, they are feeling the drought in half. It’s bad here, no denying it, we had problems. Especially with kukui and sugarcane, these crops did not grow for a long time. It always rained a little, but it dried up again in two days, Drehner thought. According to him, this year is a general drought. I see a sardine deficit compared to losk. And last year was quite a drought.

Farmers from Polanka will also encounter the correct growth of sugarcane. Dry the leaves, he said. There is a bit of a problem with cereals that ripen later. Elsewhere, however, the drought does not manifest itself, Skora said.

Farmers in the hills have more water

For the tropical temperatures of the last few days, on the other hand, it is daytime. It helped us a lot, we take everything straight to the warehouse, we don’t have to deliver anything. Considering the rising gas prices, it’s great, he noted.

The farmer, who owns an inn near the Oder mountains, does not suffer from drought. We are feeling a bit of a lack of rain this year, but it’s nothing terrible. Of course, we are responsible for every drop of water that falls. This year, it always rained at the right moment, so we managed it, said Jahn.

The fact that their company’s land is in the sky. Here on the hills, we don’t have much water left in anything. You go to Han, you’ll meet your colleagues there with a hot dry spell, he remarked.