Date: 30th June 2022

Prunes: Lowest harvest in 10 years

The arrival of the covid 19 pandemic and the strong geopolitical tensions have caused profound changes in the global economy. We all keep being impacted by the increasing instability of the markets, rapid inflation, and growing tensions in the supply chain.   After the severe frost period in late April, southwest France has encountered a […]

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Date: 27th June 2022

Pistachios: hard choices

TEHRAN. As accurate statistics on Iran’s annual pistachio production are lacking, it is challenging to issue reliable forecasts. The fact, however, is that spring frosts have caused extensive crop damage in the past two years and that farmers have lost large amounts of money. Yet, water scarcity is the most serious threat as growers are […]

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Date: 22nd June 2022

Almonds: Australia's April exports reach record level

 Almond exporters report good export figures. US shipments are slowly picking up, Spain's exports remain well above last year, and Australia could face a new record season.   Spanish almond exports are well ahead of last year.  Spain's almond exports are maintaining their lead over last year, even though the pace of exports is slowing […]

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Date: 22nd June 2022

Dried figs: high freight costs curb demand

High freight costs for exports from Turkey dampen export demand for dried figs. Buyers of Iranian goods are also less interested in buying than last year. Many buyers are waiting for the new crop.   Fruits benefit from warm temperatures. In Aydin, the main growing region for Turkish dried figs, the fruits are benefiting from […]

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Date: 21st June 2022

Dates: Price decline and pests problem

Growers will step up spraying in Iran’s huzestan’s province this year. The problem is that spider mites tend to create extensive damage as they feed on unripe dates. Producers act quickly as soon as the weather gets warm in late May and are busy securing their palm groves against this and other pests right through […]

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Date: 21st June 2022

Sultanas: War in Ukraine dampens trading

After two weeks of precipitation and cool temperatures, the weather in the Turkish growing areas became warmer. Market players report many uncertainty factors that will likely affect the coming season. Meanwhile, the war between Russia and Ukraine is having a noticeable impact on Iranian exports.   Crop prospects remain optimistic. Heavy rain showers and hailstorms […]

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Date: 20th June 2022

Macadamias: China on the rise

While floods have hit this year's macadamia production in Australia, China is about to become one of the leading producers. Inflation coupled with geopolitical tensions are weighing on demand, and prices are on the move in Europe.   China to take the lead. Harvesting is underway in most producing countries, and the International Nut and […]

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Date: 17th June 2022

Turkiye Apricot Crop Report, Malatya 2022

The estimated apricot yield was determined based on the studies made as a committee throughout Malatya province. In the regions below 1200-1300 altitude, where apricot cultivation areas are concentrated, agricultural frost occurred as a result of the low temperature experienced on 13-14 April, and in the following process, fruit set in various regions due to […]

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