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Dried figs: eagerly awaited rainfall in the growing regions

March 23, 2021 3:22 PM, Der AUDITOR
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AYDIN. After a long period of drought, the hoped-for rainfall finally reached the growing areas in Turkey, bringing relief to farmers. The financial chaos is, however, also affecting the fig market.

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The rains long awaited by farmers reached the Turkish growing areas last week, bringing great relief. Nevertheless, growers indicate that the humidity is still insufficient. However, the weather forecasts, which also predict rain and snow for the coming days, give hope. The Tariş union bought 100 mt of dried figs last week, a relatively large quantity considering that there are currently hardly any goods left. Some market players even expect that the remaining stocks will not last until the end of the season. The high lev

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