Market of major legumes in Ukraine and Russia

Market of major legumes in Ukraine and Russia

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Pulse crops have rather significant food, feeding and agronomic value. The list of pulse crops includes: peas, phaseolus, lens, field beans, lathyrus, rank, vetches, lupine, chickpeas, mung beans, etc.

In Ukraine and Russia peas is the most commonly crop used among other pulses. Peas offers versatility of its usage, it is widely used for food and animal feed. Peas is a very valuable source of vegetable protein, carbohydrates and vitamins, its basic nutritional value is formed by rather high concentration of micro-elements and mineral salts.

The Russian Federation takes the 2nd position in the world by the production volumes of peas, and backs down to Canada only. According to the FAO, during recent five years Russia produced nearly 13-21% of the general harvest of peas in the world. The contribution of Ukraine to the world production of peas totals nearly 4-5%. Ukraine consistently takes the 7th position in the rating of countries-producers of peas during several recent years. According to estimations of the FAO, during recent years the average world production of peas totals nearly 10 mln tonnes per year.

During preparing of the study, APK-Inform analysts used the official statistics of Ukraine (data of the State Statistics Service, the Ministry of Agrarian Policy and Food) and Russia (data of the Federal State Statistics Service, the Ministry of Agriculture of the Russian Federation). In addition, within frames of the study APK-Inform conducted the polling of agricultural producers engaged in cultivation of peas in the largest regions, relative to the production volumes of the crop in Ukraine and Russia.

 

Plan

Introduction.

1. Ukraine.

1.1     Legume crops production in Ukraine

1.1.1. Dynamics of legume production in Ukraine

1.1.2. Regional features of peas production in Ukraine

1.2. Peas seed material

1.3. Cost estimation of peas production

1.4. Price situation on the domestic market of peas

1.5. Distribution of peas in Ukraine, and directions of its usage

1.5.1. Supply and demand balances of peas

1.5.2. Food consumption of peas

1.5.3. Feed use of peas

1.6. Foreign trade with pulses

1.6.1. Export dynamics of pulses from Ukraine

1.6.2. Geography of the export supplies of peas and its by-products

1.6.3. Rating of exporters of peas and by-products from Ukraine in 2012/13 MY

GENERAL CONCLUSIONS

 

2. Russian Federation

2.1. Legume crops production in Russia

2.1.1. Dynamics of legume production in Russia

2.1.2. Regional features of peas production in Russia

2.2. Peas seed material

2.3. Cost estimation of peas production

2.4. Price situation on the domestic market of peas

2.5. Distribution of peas in Russia, and directions of its usage

2.5.1 Supply and demand balances of peas in Russia

2.5.2. Sales channels for peas in 2013

2.6. Russia: foreign trade with peas and its by-products

2.6.1. Export dynamics of peas and its by-products from Russia

2.6.2. Geography of the export supplies of peas and chickpeas

2.6.3. Rating of exporters of peas and by-products from Russia in 2012/13 MY

GENERAL CONCLUSIONS

 

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