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Australia could become the strongest player in the hazelnut market due to global warming

Австралия может стать сильнейшим игроком на рынке фундука из-за глобального потепления
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Nuts
Hazelnut Kernel
Australia
Environmental Issue
Demand
Dec 6, 2020
From Agroxxi
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Over the past decade, the growing demand for hazelnuts in the food industry has not found enough supply, as commercial orchards are traditionally concentrated in several parts of the world: more than half of the world's production of hazelnuts in shell is concentrated in Turkey, followed by Italy, Oregon and Azerbaijan.
Over the past decade, the growing demand for hazelnuts in the food industry has not found enough supply, as commercial orchards are traditionally concentrated in several parts of the world: more than half of the world's production of inshell hazelnuts is concentrated in Turkey, followed by Italy, Oregon and Azerbaijan Growing demand for nuts and the necessary diversification of supply prompts to look for opportunities to establish new plantations of hazelnuts. However, these new areas, potentially suitable for hazelnuts, should be chosen carefully, taking into account not only the current climatic conditions, but also the climate of the future, its changes and expected impacts on crop needs, writes the portal www.cmcc.it. Given the long-term nature of the investment required to create new walnut orchards - roughly 10 years from planting to full production - and with the global changes expected in the future, businesses and decision-makers need support from scientists in ...
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