Photo from UNIAN Ukrainian agrarians as of March 25 had sowed early spring grain and leguminous crops on 962,000 hectares (ha), which accounted for 42% of the planned area. Read alsoFourteen Ukrainian regions launch grain sowing campaign In particular, wheat was sown on an area of 63,000 ha, or 36% of the target; spring barley on 684,000 ha (44%), oats on 45,000 ha (23%); and peas on 171,000 ha (49%), the Ukrainian Agrarian Policy and Food Ministry&#39;s press service said on March 25. Mineral fertilizers were added on 6.9 million ha under winter grain crops, or 91% of the target, it said. In particular, as of March 25, mineral fertilizers were added on 5.9 million ha under winter wheat (91% of the target), 103,000 ha under winter rye (89%), 963,000 ha under winter barley (96%), and 1.24 million ha under winter rapeseed (96%). As UNIAN reported early, Ukraine started planting early spring grain and leguminous crops on March 4, according to the Agrarian Policy and Food Ministry. In 2018, Ukraine harvested a record high yield of grain, having threshed 70.1 million tonnes.