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HUMNYSKA, UKRAINE – MARCH 26: Farmer Morda Vasyl drives a tractor pulling a planter with sugar beet seeds on the Zahidnyi Bug Farm on March 26, 2022 in Humnyska, Ukraine. With more than 150,000 square miles of agricultural land, Ukraine has been called the “breadbasket” of Europe, and is a major exporter of wheat, barley, sugar beets and other grains and sunflower oil. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has disrupted its farming industry in manifold ways, most acutely in the south east of the country, delaying seed deliveries and creating shortages of fuel, fertilizer and other supplies. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
As Ukraine sowing season starts, fuel shortages threaten food supply