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Analysis of the Evolution of Winter Wheat and Maize Crops in the North-Western Region in the Context of Romanias Integration into the European Union

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Abstract: The North-Western region has a national relevance for the crop production, due to the gain brought to the oats yield, covering almost 20 of the total oat yield. Yield increase took place especially amid increasing yields per hectare, more than 30 for winter wheat and about 20 for barley and two-row barley, oats and maize. In 2011, the counties of Bihor and Satu-Mare covered over 60 of the area cultivated with cereals for grains, about 79 of the area cultivated with winter wheat and about 56 of the area cultivated with maize. This situation of cultivated areas also describes the regional distribution of the crop production, in 2011 the county of Bihor accounting for about 42 of the cereal yield, 53 of the winter wheat yield, 46.6 of the barley and two-row barley yield and 39.3 of the maize yield.

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