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Dried figs: new crop will be delayed

April 13, 2021 4:38 PM, Der AUDITOR
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AYDIN. Snowfalls in the growing regions have caused the fruit set to develop later than usual. This will also delay the harvesting process.

Weather proves decisive

Turkish traders continue to report little trading activity and quiet markets, which should not change noticeably, at least during the Ramadan period until 12 May. Exporters are using the time to work off their orders. At the moment, all market players are eagerly watching the development of the fig trees, which has been delayed by the cold temperatures in the growing areas. In the meantime, the formation of the fruit set has begun, which had already started two weeks earlier last year. This will also delay the harvesting process accordin

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