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Publication Year: 
2016
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC100620
Authors: 
BALAHUR-DOBRESCU Alexandra
VAN DER GOOT Erik
VOSSEN Piek
MONTOYO Andrés
Near-record high yields of winter and spring cereals are expected in Russia and Ukraine.
©Fotolia, author: M. Damkier
Sep 25 2017

Three issues in the JRC MARS Bulletin global outlook series were published today: on Russia, Turkey and Ukraine.

Report on the use of EU Reference Methods and JRC decision tools for GMO analysis
©EU
Publication Year: 
2017
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC102386
Authors: 
BONFINI Laura
ALLANOU Remi
MAZZARA Marco
KREYSA Joachim
Type:
EU sunflower yields are forecast to be well above the five-year average
©EU, by Grainne Mulhern
Sep 18 2017

According to the JRC MARS crop monitoring Bulletin for Europe, published today, favourable conditions prevailed in most of France, Germany and the Benelux countries. In Mediterranean regions and eastern Europe, heatwaves and low precipitation continued until the end of August.

Publication Year: 
2017
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC105247
Authors: 
ROBINSON David
PANAGOS Panagiotis
BORRELLI Pasquale
JONES Arwyn
MONTANARELLA Luca
TYE Andrew
OBST Carl
The JRC MARS Explorer provides near real-time updates on crop and weather monitoring The JRC MARS Explorer provides near real-time updates on crop and weather monitoring
©European Union, 2017
Sep 04 2017
Web users worldwide can now view weather and crop conditions in near real-time across the whole of the EU, thanks to the JRC MARS Explorer.
Publication Year: 
2015
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC98218
Authors: 
FENOGLIO Luciana
SCHARROO Remko
ANNUNZIATO Alessandro
MENDOZA Leonor
BECKER Mathias
LILLIBRIDGE John
Publication Year: 
2016
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC104406
Authors: 
ANNUNZIATO Alessandro
Publication Year: 
2017
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC105346
Authors: 
ZIBORDI Giuseppe
TALONE Marco
VOSS K. J.
JOHNSON B. C. Carol
In large parts of central and south-eastern Europe, summer crops benefited from adequate rainfall, which mitigated the negative impacts of heatwaves.
©Fotolia, author: annavalerievna1
Aug 21 2017

According to the latest JRC MARS crop monitoring Bulletin for Europe, published today, heatwaves and scarce precipitation persisted in July and at the beginning of August in large parts of the Mediterranean, central and eastern European regions. However, summer crops in Austria, Hungary, central Romania, Bulgaria and Greece benefited from adequate rainfall, which mitigated the negative effects of the hot conditions. In western and northern Europe, mild temperatures and average to above-average rainfall since the second half of July also benefited summer crops.

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