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Sultanas: risk of frost remains

April 12, 2022 at 12:52 PM , Der AUDITOR
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MANISA. The danger of frost has not yet been completely banished, and it is expected to get colder again next week. In the meantime, experts have started to inspect the cultivation areas to get a first overview.

Exporters want to sell off stocks

In Manisa's growing areas, the weather is spring-like and the first leaves are forming on the bare vines. Growers are preparing their fields for the upcoming flowering period and arming them against diseases and other pests. Meanwhile, experts have started inspecting the growing areas. With the help of early inspections, it should be possible to make a statement about the expected quality of the crop as well as the yield. However, market participants are concerned about the weather forecasts, which promise cooler weat

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