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Dried figs: high temperatures may cause problems

August 5, 2020 8:59 AM, Der AUDITOR
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AYDIN. While the Turkish fig crop for dried fruit production is developing well overall, the hot temperatures at higher altitudes could cause problems.

Higher areas suffer from heat wave

According to market players, the figs are developing well and there should be no quality problems in the plains so far. The situation is different in the higher altitudes. Here the hot temperatures are beginning to take their toll. Smaller, less fleshy fruits could be the result.

According to current information, the farmers want to start dried fruit production on 15 August and prices for the new crop are hardly ever given beforehand. The spot offers are unchanged and, as usual, vary greatly depending on the suppl

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