Serbia’s marketing year (MY) 2018/19 wheat crop was the largest since MY2016/17 and one of the largest in over twenty years at an estimated 3.4 million metric tons (MMT), compared to only 2.3 million metric tons last year. This record crop left 1.4 MMT of wheat available for export, but with low quality due to a high percentage of humidity. The MY2019/20 wheat planted area is reported to be 11 percent lower than last year or approximately 600,000 hectares (HA). For MY 2018/19, corn production reached the level of 7 MMT. That is over 40 percent more than in the previous MY 2017/18 when record drought hit Serbia.