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Dried apricots: no official estimates yet

May 23, 2023 at 12:50 PM , Der AUDITOR
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MALATYA. As the earthquakes in February have not yet allowed any official studies to be conducted regarding this year's yields, there are also no estimates for the new apricot crop. Carry-over stocks also still need to be determined more precisely.

Farmers hope for sunshine

According to Turkish market players, no yield estimates have been announced for the new season so far, as the local official agencies are currently unable to carry out clear studies due to the devastating earthquakes in February. According to unofficial estimates, the crop volume should be about the same as last year, slight fluctuations not excluded. The fruits are developing well, but it is currently quite cool and cloudy in Malatya and the farmers are hoping for more sunshine to let the apricots ripen.

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