Once known as the breadbasket of Europe, grain production in Ukraine faltered following the collapse of the Soviet Union in the 1990s. But this once sleeping giant of a country has since woken up and long-term grain output is on an upward curve – with ramifications for British growers. Tariff-free imports of Ukrainian wheat, barley and maize into the European Union are set to increase, this will have major implications for UK growers, especially if Brexit sees the UK leave […]