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Dried figs: drought in Aydin worries farmers

March 3, 2021 9:50 AM, Der AUDITOR
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AYDIN. The low rainfall in the growing regions could have a negative impact on the crop that will be harvested in late summer. The next two months will prove to be decisive here.

Ramadan and Easter push the market

Market players report increasing activity in the fig market. Domestic demand is increasing due to the upcoming Ramadan, and buying interest from overseas is also rising in the run-up to the Easter celebrations. Exports are currently satisfactory for all sides. The raw materials in Turkey are almost sold out, so that most of the goods still available are in the exporters' warehouses. The producers are looking with concern at the cultivation areas in Aydin; there has been a severe drought for a long time and the little

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