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Russian wheat crop in for a scare this week | Farm Online

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The Russian word “sukhovey” caught the attention of global grain markets last week, as the possibility of it striking Black Sea crops in the coming weeks popped-up in several market and weather news wires.

Meaning dry or drought, “sukhovey” is now used for a far more specific terminology that…



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