The new cereal campaign would reach a harvest of 22 million tonnes. Grain-equivalent exports, adding grain and flour, could get a record 15.5 million tonnes. Planting would grow by 3% over the previous cycle and could reach 7 million hectares. Wheat grain exports would generate revenues of $2.87 billion, with current prices of future shipments. External sales of flour would total another $227 million. The wheat chain could leave the country with a foreign exchange income of more than $3.1 billion during the 2020/21 trade cycle.