Hazelnuts: late frost damage in Ordu

May 18, 2021 9:29 AM, Der AUDITOR
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ORDU. During the counting for the new crop, some anomalies were found in the Ordu region. In addition, a purchase bid by the TMO could be announced soon.

Possible crop damage in Ordu

Two factors in particular are currently affecting the Turkish hazelnut market as they could have an impact on price and crop development. According to local media reports, the TMO may soon announce the purchase price for the coming season, which would again result in a minimum bid in the market. In addition, counts for crop estimates in the Ordu growing region are now revealing frost damages that were not previously apparent and are likely to have a negative impact on the yields. However, there is still hope that this has

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