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Dried apricots: frost damage less severe than feared

April 20, 2021 3:25 PM, Der AUDITOR
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MALATYA. The damage to the apricot trees caused by the night frosts in the past weeks is less severe than initially reckoned. The current weather conditions in the growing regions are favourable.

Quiet market during Ramadan

The market is very quiet during Ramadan, especially in the Arab countries. The traders emphasise that the farmgate goods are almost sold out and that there will be hardly any interest in them after the end of the fasting month, as the focus is completely on the new crop. For this reason, producers who still have goods from the old crop want to sell them as soon as possible. The fact that prices are currently at a record high is an additional factor. Small varieties in particular are hard to come by, so they are trading at t

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