India: 20,000 hectares of grapes destroyed by rain

Fresh Grape
Published Dec 7, 2023

Tridge summary

Last week, heavy rains in Sangli district, India, damaged grape orchards that covered an area of over 20,234 hectares. The district, which cultivates grapes on 32,375 hectares, stands to lose more than 111.2 million euros due to the destruction of the crop. Growers are considering protesting if they do not receive compensation, as this is the third year in a row that the entire grape crop has been ruined in the district.
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Grape orchards covering an area of more than 20,234 hectares in Sangli district, India, were damaged by unusually heavy rains last week. Some of these grape orchards were in the flowering phase, while others were almost ready for harvest. The district grows grapes on 32,375 hectares and growers face potential losses of more than 111.2 million euros. The growers are threatening protests if no compensation ...
Source: AGF
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