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Dried mulberries: harvest is delayed

May 23, 2023 at 4:43 PM , Der AUDITOR
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IZMIR. The cool weather in Turkey caused noticeable delays in the development of the mulberries. Forecasts for the new crop are thus not available at the moment.

Reliable data expected at the beginning of June

This year, spring in Turkey was unusually cool and rainy for a long time. While it is not yet clear whether this has had a negative impact on the development of other fruits, and if so, what that impact is, a delay of several weeks is already becoming apparent in mulberry production.

The development of the fruits is delayed by about 15 days. The new mulberry season usually starts in mid-June, but market players cannot yet make any reliable statements about the new crop. Quality and yields look good at firs

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