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Sultanas: critical rainfall rate

September 6, 2023 at 8:58 AM , Der AUDITOR
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MANISA. After the complications caused by fungal attack on vines, Turkish sultana producers are now facing torrential rains in the last days of the drying period.

Farmers get no rest

Torrential rains in parts of Manisa threaten the quality of sultana production. In some places, entire vineyards are under water. According to market players, this is especially a threat to growers who have only recently laid out their grapes to dry, while fruit that was virtually already dried should cope better with these weather escapades. Nevertheless, it remains to be seen how the situation will develop and what impact this will have on sultana production, which is already suffering from fungal infestation. More rain is expected in the comin

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