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Sultanas: frost shock in Turkey

May 2, 2023 at 3:29 PM , Der AUDITOR
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MANISA. Frosty weather prospects sent the Turkish dried fruit market into panic. In the meantime, the upcoming elections in Turkey took the full attention of the market players.

Vine leaf harvest has begun

Despite the recent warm days, frosty temperatures were once again predicted for the long weekend in Turkey, which briefly sent growers in Manisa into a panic. However, the fears did not come true. Although it is still a bit cooler, temperatures should soon be back to the level expected for this time of year.

Meanwhile, in the Turkish municipality of Alaşehir in the Manisa province, the vine leaf harvest has begun. This has become an important source of income for the grape farmers, along with the production of sultanas; Growers c

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