Romania: winter crops in the southeast still exposed to the risk of frost-kill


This past week, air temperatures in Romania were at long-term normal levels. The average daytime air temperature varied within the range of -6..+5°С.

Precipitation in the form of snow occurred all over the country. However, its highest rates were registered in the southwest and west, where the ground is covered with 25-50 cm of snow, locally even with 100 cm.

Due to the absence of snow cover, winter crops in the southeast are exposed to the risk of frost-kill in case of a further temperature drop. Crop plants are dormant, reports UkrAgroConsult.

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