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Sultanas: heat shock follows hailstorms

June 22, 2021 12:17 PM, Der AUDITOR
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MANISA. According to reports, the TMO will again make intervention purchases in the Turkish sultana market in the coming season. Meanwhile, temperatures in the growing regions are expected to reach up to 40°C in the coming days after last week's heavy rainfall.

Heat in Manisa

Rain and local hail showers provided the growing regions in Manisa with sufficient precipitation last week, but there are no reports of negative effects such as hail damage at present. This week, however, temperatures are expected to rise significantly, with temperatures reaching up to 40°C during the day and cooling down to around 21°C at night.

High freight rates concern exporters

Weekly exports remain at a high level of just over 4,000 mt. Since the beginning of the season, a total of 183,909 mt of sultanas

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