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Sultanas: night frosts in Manisa

March 26, 2024 at 11:47 AM , Der AUDITOR
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MANISA. Night frosts occurred in Manisa at the end of last week. Fortunately, the vineyards remained unharmed. The recent interest rate hike has rendered bank loans even more unattractive for exporters.

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On Thursday, meteorologists issued a frost warning for Manisa and the neighbouring provinces. Nighttime temperatures dipped below freezing between Thursday and Sunday causing light to moderate frosts in high altitude areas. As the vines are still dormant no damages have been reported. In addition, the weather has turned milder again this week with temperatures ranging at 20-27C (68-81F) throughout the day and at 7-13C (45-55F) throughout the night.

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