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Dried apricots: situation eases slightly

May 9, 2023 at 12:21 PM , Der AUDITOR
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MALATYA. Prices have declined again on the Turkish apricot market, mainly due to two factors. In addition, a certain degree of normality is returning to Malatya.

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Last week, various factors caused prices on the Turkish apricot market to rise noticeably. The situation has now eased again and there have been slight declines in both commodity and export prices. The main reason given by market players is that the danger of frost has now been averted and the monilia disease on trees has been brought under control. Nevertheless, some areas are said to have been severely affected by the fungal infection - to what extent this will affect the quality and size of the new crop is still uncertain, and no estimates

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