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Dried figs: exports return to normal

March 14, 2023 at 12:44 PM , Der AUDITOR
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AYDIN. After the hike experienced in the run up to Ramadan Turkey's dried figs exports have now returned to more normal levels. Although it has rained, growers are very much concerned about irrigation.

Drought to impact yields

Although weather conditions have improved in Turkey's fig producing regions and growers have welcomed the recent rains, concerns persist as precipitation is still, generally speaking, too low. The lack of rain may very well reduce this year's production, but it is still too early for an an exact assessment. Export prices are fixed at USD 6.73/kg FOB Izmir for no 2 Lerida dried figs.

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