What crops does Lithuania export?

The main exports were butter, cheese, fish, milk, and pet food. Almost 80 percent of agricultural exports go to Russia. The main imports include processed foods and fruits. The main supplier of agricultural imports is the EU with some 52 percent of imports.

What crops are grown in Lithuania?

The main crops are spring barley, winter wheat, winter rye, spring wheat, potatoes, oats and pulses. Crop production includes also sugar beet, horticultural crops and linen fibre.

Is Lithuania a farming country?

Lithuania is historically an agricultural country. The agricultural sector carries out very important economic, social, environmental and ethno-cultural functions and is considered a priority sector of the national economy.

What are the most exported crops?

Top Exporters

Commodity Leading country % of Global Exports
Corn United States 26% ($7.6 billion)
Fish China 9.2% ($6.6 billion)
Palm Oil Indonesia 51% ($10.4 billion)
Rice Thailand 34.5% ($6 billion)

What is the growing season for most of Portugal?

On average, your frost-free growing season starts Apr 30 and ends Nov 1, totalling 185 days.

What are the 3 main products of Cuba?

Cuba’s main imports are machinery, food and fuel products, while its major exports are refined fuels, sugar, tobacco, nickel and pharmaceuticals.

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