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Sultanas: the worst seems to be over

May 3, 2022 at 4:49 PM , Der AUDITOR
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MANISA/TEHRAN. Turkish vineyards in the growing regions are developing well and growers are taking the necessary precautions to protect their crops. Sultana exports from Iran have declined this year, the main customer so far being Iraq.

Panicles are forming

Frosty nights had severely affected the young blossoms in parts of Turkey. Apricots are particularly affected here. In Manisa, the main growing region for Turkish sultanas, the situation is much more relaxed, according to current information. The first panicles are now forming on the vines, as the weather currently offers the best conditions for a good crop. Meanwhile, the growers are busy fertilising and spraying the fields with pesticides. The season is coming to an end and prices seem to have stabilised for the time being, with sult

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