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Lithuania is the southernmost and the largest country of the three Baltic States and is located in the north-east of Europe. It has a very varied landscape comprising of wide plains, hills and mountain ranges as well as moors and lakes. Both lakes and mountains are testimony to the great impact the Ice Age had on the country. Mild summers and cold winters are characteristic of Lithuania’s temperate climate. Due to the continental climate in the heartlands of the country, the temperature differences can be a lot greater there than in the coastal areas, where the climate is subject to maritime influences. More than half of the country’s territory is used for agriculture, of which the majority is arable land. Most of the soils are relatively low in nutrients. Therefore, they are particularly well suited for the cultivation of forage crops, potatoes or cereals like e.g. our HiPP Organic wheat.