Back at base after successfully and safely completing the second Black Sea Crop Tour of the season.
Last week we drove 2,400km through Russia and Ukraine assessing the condition and likely harvest prospects for the main commodity crops.
We also met farmers, traders and analysts and discussed how the season was progressing and their insight on how harvest 2017 was looking.
During the tour, I posted 100 pictures and 5 videos on our members-only Twitter account so subscribers could follow what we were seeing.
I am now back in the office processing numbers and writing reports which will be sent out to subscribers this week and will contain crop condition assessments, yield forecasts and comments.
Drop me a line if you would like to sign up to receive the results from this tour and from the tours scheduled for the rest of the season, membership costs only £350 for the season.