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ANALYSIS OF BUCKWHEAT PRODUCTION IN THE WORLD AND SERBIA

Vera Popović, Vladimir Sikora, Janoš Berenji, Vladimir Filipović, Željko Dolijanović, Jela Ikanović and Dalibor Dončić

Economics of Agriculture, 2014, vol. 61, issue 1, 10

Abstract: During the period 2010-2011 about 2.113 million ha of buckwheat was sown annually worldwide. Average yield of buckwheat during the monitored period was 913 kg ha-1. Areas and average yield have a rising tendency. The most significant producers of buckwheat in the world are: China, Russia and Ukraine. In Serbia buckwheat is produced on small areas. The paper presents results of testing of four buckwheat varieties, produced on plots of the Institute for crops and vegetables as follows: Novosadska, Godijevo, Bamby and Češka. Analysis of average yield has shown that Novosadska variety produced statistically significant higher yield (2626 kg ha-1) compared to the other varieties tested (p <0.05). From the results shown we can see that buckwheat yield in Serbia is significantly higher compared with the world average yield, which tells us that this plant can be successfully produced in our agro-ecological conditions of growing.

Keywords: Agribusiness; Crop Production/Industries (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2014
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DOI: 10.22004/ag.econ.165717

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