Spain: Andalusia will produce 1.86 million tons of citrus in the 2023/2024 campaign

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Published Sep 23, 2023

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The Andalusian Government predicts that citrus production in the 2023/2024 campaign will reach 1.86 million tons, with Andalusia contributing 32% of the citrus fruits in Spain and 44.6% of the oranges. However, a slight decrease of 1.7% in regional production and 20% in the provinces of Cordoba and Seville is expected due to drought conditions. The capacity estimate is based on data collected from over 1,300 plots and information from the declarations of the Common Agricultural Policy.
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The Andalusian Government estimates that in the 2023/2024 campaign, citrus production will be around 1.86 million tons. The Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries, Water and Rural Development, Carmen Crespo, announced this Friday, September 22, in Almería the capacity of citrus fruits for this campaign, within the framework of the Citrus Table. As detailed, Andalusia will produce 32% of the citrus fruits in all of Spain and 44.6% of the oranges this year. "It will be a campaign similar to the previous one except in provinces like Seville or Córdoba, where there is a drop in production," said the counselor, who also detailed that "a slight decrease" of 1.7% is expected at the level. regional and 20% in the provinces of Cordoba and Seville "as a consequence of the impact of the structural drought." Crespo recalled that the contributions "were maintained in the last campaign" and expressed his hope that in 2023-2024 "there will be a similar situation." "That is what we need at this ...
Source: Agropopular
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