Grain growers association cuts estimate for wheat crop
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Hungary's National Association of Grain Growers (GOSZ) has cut its estimate for this year's wheat crop by about half a million tonnes to 4-4.5 mln tonnes amid a hot spell, business daily Világgazdaság said.
GOSZ chairman Tamás Petőházi told the paper about one-third of the wheat crop has been harvested.
Last year, Hungarian farmers harvested a little more than 5 million tonnes of wheat.
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