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Sultanas: growers hold back organic supplies

January 12, 2021 11:41 AM, Der AUDITOR
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MANISA. WIth temperatures ranging as high as 24C they hit their hottest in 91 years on 11 January. These above average…

… temperatures pose a threat to 100,000 ha of vineyards, that may now be awakened too early. Growers are urged to adopt measures to protect their vineyards against damages over the next few months. Hopes, however, also still prevail that the weather may change. Especially since rain, temperatures ranging below freezing and even snow have been forecast for the weekend.

Rain has also been lacking so far. Market players, however, disagree if and in how far this may have an adverse impact. Speculations are also rife on the TMO. The state-owned organisation may observe the weather

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