Almonds: harvesting starts in Spain

August 4, 2020 10:25 AM, Der AUDITOR
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MADRID/SACRAMENTO. Almond harvesting has started in Andalusia in Spain. Current estimates state that...

... the region's production will range at 29,300 metric tonnes. Due to the rise in acreage production in Córdoba is set to rise by 58% to nearly 3,200 metric tonnes over last year. Production should range at 10,950 metric tonnes in Granada and at 6,127 metric tonnes in Almería. Valencia production is to exceed 26,000 metric tonnes and will be th emain variety harvested. Marcona production is to range at 2,160 metric tonnes and Largueta prodcution at 1,400 metric tonnes. National production is anticipated at 95,000 metric tonnes.

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