Crop- and Harvest Reports

Crop Report #1 German 2023 Spring Barley

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Crop Report #3 German Spring Barley – June, 26 2023

table for download >>>here Based on the first reliable barley acreage figures (IACS data) and crop estimates supplied by the malting barley associations of the German federal states, the Germany Malting Barley Association has now compiled an up-to-date report of the current state of malting barley cultivation in Germany. The reduction in the total area […]

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1st German 2023 Malting-Quality Barley Harvest Report

table for dowload here>>>> A preliminary assessment of the quantity and quality of the German 2023 malting-quality spring barley harvest suggests that it is the worst in recent decades. Almost all weather-related conditions known to negatively impact crop yields and qualities occurred during the 2023 growing season. In addition, because of the unsatisfactory 2022 harvest, […]

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Crop Report 1 German 2024 Spring Barley

table für download>>>>here Based on seed sales and early estimates in the state malting barley associations, the German Malting Barley Association expects the spring barley acreage to be roughly 350,000 hectares. This represents an increase of some 8.5% compared to 2023, much of which was in Lower Saxony. However, it is still unclear how much […]

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Crop Report#2 German 2022 spring barley – july 15

There ist no table for this report! Based on initial seed sales and acreage estimates in May by the agricultural organizations of the different German states, the German Brewing Barley Association (Braugersten-Gemeinschaft e.V.) issued a conservative acreage forecast that needs to be revised upwards as the 2022 harvest approaches. The most likely German spring barley […]

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Crop Report # 1 German Spring Brewing Barley – May 16, 2022

Table for Download >>>>here Based on seed sales and initial acreage estimates by the agricultural organizations of the different German states, the German Brewing Barley Association (Braugersten-Gemeinschaft e.V.) expects about 330,000 ha (some 815,000 acres) of malting-quality spring barley to be planted in 2022. This is a year-over-year increase of roughly 20,000 ha or 11 […]

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Final Crop Report: German 2021 Spring Barley

table for download >>>here Already in September 2021, the Braugersten-Gemeinschaft e.V. (German Brewing Barley Association) released an initial harvest report. It was based on preliminary analyses of “special harvest assessments” conducted by the state chambers of agriculture and agricultural institutes, as well as on qualitative data from individual sample batches collected by the German malting […]

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Harvest Report #1 German 2021 Spring Barley

table for download >>>>here Early results of the 2021 German spring barley campaign suggest that this year’s harvest has come in far below the values forecast even as late as the regular barley inspection tours in late summer. At that time, expectations were still high because of adequate moisture in the soil and moderate weather […]

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Final 2022 German Brewing Barley Harvest Report

Table for Download>>> Considering the extreme weather conditions in the spring and summer of the German 2022 crop year, the most recent malting-quality barley harvest turned out relatively well. Surveys and evaluations by various agricultural bodies in the German states show a total cultivation area of 367,000 ha (303,000 ha in 2021), as well as […]

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Crop Report #2 German 2021 – Spring Barley

Table for Download >>>>here Based on the first reliable data for the cultivation area of German brewing barley, as well as additional estimates by various state agricultural associations, the German Braugersten-Gemeinschaft (Brewing Barley Association) has compiled its most recent crop report for spring barley. Contrary to initial estimates which were based primarily on seed sales […]

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