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Dried apricots: weather offers the best conditions

May 7, 2024 at 2:21 PM , Der AUDITOR
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MALATYA. Turkish apricot farmers could not wish for better weather for the development of their new crop. The good crop prospects are also forcing exporters to take action.

Excellent prospects

Farmers in Turkey's apricot-growing regions say that the current weather conditions, characterised by rain and slightly cooler temperatures than in recent weeks, offer optimal conditions for the development of the new crop. No exceptional events are currently expected and temperatures are around 18-23°C during the day and 6-10°C at night.

Farmers who still have raw materials in their warehouses are starting to panic as prices continue to fall but exporters are not interested in buying. It is even rumoured that exporters are offeri

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