REUTERS Ukrainian agrarians threshed 9.2 million tonnes of early grains from 2.8 million hectares as of July 5, 2019. Read alsoUkraine among top three agri-exporters to EU, after U.S. and Brazil In particular, the farmers threshed 5.6 million tonnes of winter wheat from an area of 1.6 million ha (25% of the target) with an average yield of 3.41 tonnes per ha; 3.3 million tonnes of barley from 980,000 ha (39%) with a yield of 3.33 tonnes per ha; and 360,000 tonnes of peas from 169,000 ha (59%) with a yield of 2.13 tonnes per ha, the Agrarian Policy and Food Ministry&#39;s press service said. Ukrainian farmers also started harvesting rye, having threshed 600 tonnes of this product from an area of 300 ha (0.3% of the target) with a yield of 1.96 tonnes per ha, as well as oats – 1,200 tonnes from 1,000 ha (0.4%) with a yield of 1.79 tonnes per ha. Agrarians also threshed 874,000 tonnes of winter rapeseed from a 428,000-hectare area (33% of the target). As UNIAN reported earlier, Ukrainian farmers on May 2 completed a campaign to sow early spring crops on 2.1 million ha. In 2018, Ukraine harvested a record high yield of grains, having threshed 70.1 million tonnes.