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Dried mulberries: sharp decline in yields

July 20, 2022 at 9:48 AM , Der AUDITOR
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IZMIR. Although the quality of this year's mulberry crop is good in Turkey, yields range lower. Prices will certainly rise.

Harvesting complete

Growers have finished harvesting in Turkey and dried mulberries should arrive soon. While growers report that the quality of this year's crop is good, yields are said to be lower than last year. The market is, however, waiting for production estimates to be issued. Fresh mulberry production ranged at 70,000 mt in 2021.

Prices on the rise

Planting has risen steadily in Turkey in recent years and exports are performing well this season. Turkey has shipped 1,088 mt of mulberries worth USD 4.57 million this season so

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