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Dried figs: low rainfall rate in Aydin

February 28, 2024 at 10:23 AM , Der AUDITOR
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AYDIN. The amount of precipitation in Turkey's dried fig growing regions is low. Market players fear negative consequences for the yields of the coming crop.

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Turkish dried fruit traders are looking suspiciously at the growing regions for dried figs. The trees need sufficient moisture in the form of precipitation at this time of year, after the last few winter months were comparatively mild with little snow. However, rainfall remains insufficient and market players fear that this could have a negative impact on the yields of this year's crop.

There are no longer any official offers for dried figs on the market, and the few remaining quantities from traders are reserved for their regular customers. For the

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