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May 2019 CropWatch Bulletin (Vol.19, No.2)

May 2019 CropWatch Bulletin is based mainly on current remote sensing inputs in addition to detailed and spatially accurate reference data about crops and their management. Focusing on the months of January to April 2019, chapters cover global, national, and regional level agroclimatic conditions and the condition of crops that were growing during this time. For China, the bulletin presents crop conditions for each of seven key agro-ecological zones. The focus section reports on the first estimate by CropWatch for maize, rice, wheat and soybeans production in 2019, recent disaster events with an impact on agriculture, Mozambique floods, and the possibility of an El Niño event

February 2019 CropWatch Bulletin (Vol. 19, No. 1)

This bulletin features the latest production outlook for the major producers in the southern hemisphere and some isolated northern hemisphere countries where crop development is sufficiently advanced.. Focusing on the months of October 2018 to January 2019, chapters cover global, national, and regional-level agroclimatic conditions and the condition of crops that were growing or harvested during this time. For China, the bulletin presents crop conditions for each of seven key agro-ecological zones. The focus section reports on recent disaster events with an impact on agriculture, the possibility of an El Niño event.

November 2018 CropWatch bulletin (Vol. 18, No. 4)

The November CropWatch Bulletin is based primarily on current remote sensing data in addition to comprehensive and spatially accurate reference data about crops and their management. The scope is global and comprehensive. Focusing on July to October 2018, chapters cover global, national, and regional agroclimatic conditions and the condition of crops that were growing or harvested during this time. For China, the bulletin presents crop production, crop condition for each of seven major agro-ecological zones, the regional impacts of pests and diseases as well as trade prospects (import/export) of major crops. The focus section reports on food production estimates, recent disaster events with an impact on agriculture, and the possibility of an El Niño event.

August 2018 CropWatch bulletin (Vol. 18, No. 3)

August CropWatch Bulletin is based mainly on current remote sensing inputs in addition to detailed and spatially accurate reference data about crops and their management. The scope is global and comprehensive. Focusing on the months of April to July 2018, chapters cover global, national, and regional-level agroclimatic conditions and the condition of crops that were growing or harvested during this time. For China, the bulletin presents China crop production, crop conditions for each of seven key agro-ecological zones, regional impacts of pests and diseases as well as trade prospects (import/export) of major crops. The focus section reports on food production estimates, recent disaster events with an impact on agriculture, and the possibility of an El Niño event.

May 2018 CropWatch bulletin (Vol. 18, No. 2)

May 2018 CropWatch Bulletin is based mainly on current remote sensing inputs in addition to detailed and spatially accurate reference data about crops and their management. The scope is global and comprehensive. 11 countries were added to improve the focus on Africa and Asia. Focusing on the months of January to April 2018, chapters cover global, national, and regional-level agroclimatic conditions and the condition of crops that were growing or harvested during this time. Pests and diseases for winter wheat in north hemisphere was newly included. For China, the bulletin presents China crop production, crop conditions for each of seven key agro-ecological zones, regional impacts of pests and diseases as well as trade prospects (import/export) of major crops. The focus section reports on food production estimates, recent disaster events with an impact on agriculture, the perspectives in Mediterranean Agriculture, and the possibility of an El Niño event.

February 2018 CropWatch bulletin (Vol. 18, No. 1)

This bulletin features the latest and CropWatch estimates for 2017-2018 wheat production for Southern Hemisphere. Focusing on the months of October 2017 to January 2018, chapters cover global, national, and regional-level agroclimatic conditions and the condition of crops that were growing or harvested during this time. For China, the bulletin presents crop conditions for each of seven key agro-ecological zones, regional impacts of pests and diseases as well as trade prospects (import/export) of major crops. The focus section reports on recent disaster events with an impact on agriculture, the possibility of an El Niño event, and the perspectives in crop production in Africa.

November 2017 CropWatch bulletin (Vol. 17, No. 4)

November 2017 CropWatch bulletin. This bulletin features the latest and final CropWatch estimates for 2017 production of maize, rice, wheat, and soybean. Focusing on the months of July-October, chapters cover global, national, and regional-level agroclimatic conditions and the condition of crops that were growing or harvested during this time. For China, the bulletin presents 2017 crop production and crop conditions for each of seven key agro-ecological areas, as well as regional impacts of pests and diseases. The focus section reports on recent disaster events with an impact on agriculture, the possibility of a La Niña event, and an analysis of rangeland management in Africa.

August 2017 CropWatch bulletin (Vol. 17, No. 3)

August 2017 CropWatch bulletin. The August 2017 CropWatch bulletin reports on agroclimatic conditions and the condition of crops that were growing or harvested between April and July this year. CropWatch analyses are done on various scales (particularly including 148 sub-national regions for 31key countries), with special attention paid to the major worldwide producers of maize, rice, wheat, and soybean. The bulletin also describes current crop condition and prospects in China-nationwide and by region-and presents an updated estimate for global and national production of crops to be harvested throughout 2017. The focus section highlights the dire situation in the Horn of Africa and presents an update on El Niño events.

May 2017 CropWatch bulletin (Vol. 17, No. 2)

May 2017 CropWatch bulletin. This latest bulletin focuses on crops that were either growing or harvested between January and April 2017. The bulletin covers prevailing weather conditions, including extreme factors, as well as crop condition and size of cultivated areas, paying special attention to the major worldwide producers of maize, rice, wheat, and soybean. The bulletin also describes current crop condition and prospects in China and presents a first global production estimate for crops to be harvested throughout 2017.

February 2017 CropWatch bulletin (Vol. 17, No. 1)

February 2017 CropWatch bulletin. The period from October 2016 to January 2017 is a relatively quiet period from an agricultural point of view. Nonetheless, this CropWatch bulletin presents updates on estimated 2016 wheat production in Argentina, Australia and Brazil. It also reports on recent disaster events, agriculture in East and Southeast Asia, and naturally on the condition of crops and other agroclimatic and agronomic indicators for China, globally important producers and exporters, and key regions important for agriculture.

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