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Weather Summary (July 8-15, 2019 )

By CnAgri 2019-07-23 09:46:11 Print Tel:861064402118-822 Email: chen.wang@boabc.com

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The area of land suitable for planting in main agricultural producing regions was still lower than that of last year. Drought expanded in North China and Huanghuaihai, and had brought about serious bad impact on local production and living. Central and local governments should pay high attention to the ecological restoration in the Southwest. Low temperature in the Northeast and the Yangtze River had some bad impact on the development of paddy. As a whole, meteorological condition is not ideal.
Analysis of agricultural meteorology by regions:
1) Northeast and Eastern Inner Mongolia: There was rainfall in most areas. High temperature and less rainfall in some northeastern parts accelerated the development of crops, but continuous less rainfall will lead to drought and impact the growth of crops. The coming month has a great significance to the formation of yield.
2) Xinjiang Agricultural Region and Qinghai-Tibet Plateau Ecological Zone: There was less rainfall in most of Xinjiang and Qaidam Basin of Qinghai. The rest of Qinghai-Tibet Plateau had more rainfall, which’s conductive to the accumulation of water source and ecological development. Abundant rainfall in southern and southwestern areas was good for the development of agriculture and animal husbandry in the Yarlung Zangbo River basin.  
3) North China and the Northwest: Less rainfall in most of this region is bad for the development of crops, impacting the growth of spring corn, coarse cereals, potatoes, and other spring-sown crops. The temperature in some areas was up to 40°C, which led to serious drought in central and western areas.
4)Jianghuai, Jianghan and Huanghuai Plain: Drought area increased further, which’s bad for the development of seedlings of summer-sown crops.
5) South of the Yangtze River and South China: Most portions experienced more rainfall and low temperatures, which will impact grain filling of early rice as well as the transplanting of late paddy.
6) Southwest Agricultural Region: Due to less rainfall and high temperature, the drought in the Southwest continued. In rest areas, the temperature was normal or lower. Low temperature in eastern areas had adverse impact on the booting and heading of paddy.


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