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Sultanas: further hailstorms distress growers

June 14, 2022 at 3:01 PM , Der AUDITOR
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MANISA. For the second week in a row, the Manisa growing areas were affected by hailstorms, which may have caused higher damage this time. However, the extent has yet to be determined. Meanwhile, exports continue to run at full speed.

Farmers take precautions

Two weeks ago, hailstorms already hit the Manisa growing regions, but caused little damage. Last week's rainfall was a different story. Rainfall and hailstorms may have damaged the vines last week, the exact losses are being determined at the moment and should be known in the coming days. At the same time, some farmers were able to take protective measures, such as stretching tarpaulins over the fields to shield the crop from the rain. The weather will continue to have a decisive influence on the outcome of the crop in the com

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