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Dried apricots: start of harvest depends on the weather

June 14, 2022 12:25 PM, Der AUDITOR
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MALATYA. The harvest of fresh apricots in Malatya is scheduled to start next week, but rainfall could cause delays. Meanwhile, damage assessments are largely complete.

Crop volume similar to 2021

Ramazan Özcan, chairman of the Malatya Commodity Exchange, informed that the damage assessments in the Turkish growing regions, which were carried out by a commission of the Agriculture Directorate of the Malatya Province, have been largely completed. Frost and hail had caused farmers great concern in April and in some cases it looked as if a large part of the crop had been destroyed. In the meantime, these fears have been put into perspective again and although no official figures have leaked out yet, the crop vo

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