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Russia: Crimean farmers plan to harvest about 1,000 tons of nuts in 2022

Аграрии Крыма в 2022 году планируют собрать около 1 тыс. т орехов
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Nuts
Russia
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Sep 14, 2022
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Harvesting has already begun The gross harvest of nuts in Crimea in 2022 is predicted to be at the level of last year - about 1 thousand tons, TASS was told in the press service of the Ministry of Agriculture of Crimea. “The gross harvest of walnut crops last year was 0.932 thousand tons. In the current one, we still forecast at the level of last year,” the representative of the ministry said. She explained that the harvest has now begun. The department clarified that the total area of walnut crops in Crimea is 2,000 ha.
The harvest has already begun The gross harvest of nuts in Crimea in 2022 is predicted to be at the level of last year - about 1,000 tons, the press service of the Ministry of Agriculture of Crimea told TASS. “The gross harvest of walnut crops last year was 0.932 thousand tons. In the current year, we still forecast at the level of last year,” the representative of the ministry said. She explained that the harvest had now begun. The agency clarified that the total area of walnut crops in Crimea is 2,000 hectares, of which fruit-bearing trees occupy 0.4 thousand hectares. In the rest of the area, young trees have not yet entered the fruiting stage. The largest walnut orchards are located in the Bakhchisaray, Saksky, Kirovsky and Chernomorsky regions. The representative of the ministry noted that walnut, hazelnut and ...
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