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Sultanas: damage still to be assessed

June 11, 2024 at 4:23 PM , Der AUDITOR
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MANISA. Rain intermixed with hail may have caused quite a bit of damage in parts of Manisa last weekend and the situation is still being assessed. Price levels could range high for sultanas at the start of the new season.

Rain and hail in Alaşehir

Sudden rain showers intermixed with hail occured in Alaşehir in the early evening on Saturday. Damages have been reported on an area of 20,000 ha in and around the villages of Tepeköy, Caberfakılı and Işıklar, Killik and Gümüşçay, Caberkamara, Ilgınköy and Çakırcaali as well as Sobran. The Alaşehir District Directorate of Agriculture and Forestry is busy assessing the extent of the damages caused in the vineyards. Summer is kicking in in Manisa with daytime temperatures expecte

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