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Slight increase in berry fruit production in 2021 in Poland

Nieznaczny wzrost produkcji owoców jagodowych w 2021 r.
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Poland
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Seasonality
Dec 17, 2021
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The harvest of fruit from fruit shrubs and berry plantations was estimated at approx. 0.6 million tonnes, i.e. approx. 2% more than the previous year's harvest - informs the Central Statistical Office. The Central Statistical Office estimates that the production of fruit from fruit bushes in orchards and berry plantations amounted to approx. 565 thousand. t and was almost 2% higher compared to the previous year. In 2021, the quality of the harvested fruit was worse, which was caused by frequent and abundant rainfall during the ripening of the fruit.
High humidity was conducive to the development of fungal diseases and pests, and their control was difficult. The unfavorable conditions had the greatest impact on the raspberry harvest, which in 2021 was approx. 13% lower compared to the previous year and amounted to almost 104 thousand. vol. The total harvest of black currants (black and colored in total) was estimated at over 152 thousand. t, i.e. by 6.5% more than the production level of the previous year (the black currant harvest was estimated at nearly 112 thousand t, i.e. about 4% more than in the previous year). Gooseberry production was estimated at approx. 9.5 thousand tonnes. t, ie about 10% more than the production of the previous year. Strawberry harvest was estimated at less than 156 thousand. t, ie about 8% more than last year's production. Due to unfavorable weather conditions, in many plantations, especially under cover, there was an intensive development of fungal diseases and a decrease in the quality ...
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