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Sultanas: INC production forecast lower than last year

May 30, 2023 at 12:43 PM , Der AUDITOR
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MANISA. Rainstorms and hail caused flooding in rural Manisa, with an estimated 4,000 ha of land reportedly affected by the damage. Investigations are still ongoing.

Floods in Manisa

While the winter months in Turkey have been mostly dry this year, heavy rain showers and hailstorms have been a regular occurrence across the country this spring. And still there seems to be no lasting trend reversal in sight. Last Sunday evening, Manisa's rural regions again experienced heavy rainfall, with market players reporting damage to farmland. The Saruhanli region was particularly affected. Vineyards are in full bloom and growers and traders are concerned about the possible yield loss. About 4,000 ha are said to have been affected and the l

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