For 2018-19, production is estimated at 175 kt

significantly higher than last year due to a sharp rise in seeded area and higher expected yields. Supply is expected to rise to 0.23 Mt, as lower carry-in stocks moderate the increase in output. Exports are expected to rise to 125 kt, with the US and the EU as the main markets for Canadian mustard seed. Despite this, carry-out stocks are still forecast to increase. The average price is forecast to fall from prices in 2017-18 to a range of $700-730/t.