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Dried figs: farmers to cut back

April 26, 2022 at 10:27 AM, Der AUDITOR
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AYDIN. As production costs are on the rise farmers may very well use less fertilizers and pesticides, which will certainly not only drive up the market prices for dried figs but also impact this year's crop. Suppliers are happy with the current export performance.

Mixed temperatures

Daytime temperatures are warm and the nights are cold, intermittent rain is also witnessed in the Aegean. Conditions are, in other words, ideal for the fig trees and give rise to encouraging prospects for the quality of this year's production. Growers will also start irrigating the orchards in May. Although drought should not present a challenge this year, the Aydin Commodity Exchange is concerned over the rising costs for fuel, fertilizers and pesticides and seeds, which will prompt many producers to cut back on these products and will certainly

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