Hazelnuts: trees would benefit from cool temperatures

January 11, 2021 10:39 AM, Der AUDITOR
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ORDU. While the coronavirus situation could further reduce activity in the hazelnut market, the first inspections of the growing regions are due to take place in a few weeks.

Annual planning becomes obsolete

The Turkish hazelnut market is similarly quiet as last week, only in the second half of January does trading activity usually gain momentum. This year, however, this could be different, as market players reckon that the average price level and the coronavirus situation will reduce speculative buying from the buyers' side, as in many companies the usual annual planning had to be rearranged due to this. In addition, domestic demand for Ramadan production is also starting to decrease, experts say. In contrast to the euro

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