Smaller Turkish fruit harvest through late spring

Sustainability & Environmental Impact
Market & Price Trends
Published Dec 2, 2023

Tridge summary

Late spring arrival in Turkey has resulted in a decrease in harvests and exports of apples, pears, and grapes for the year 2023/24. Grape growers are struggling with mildew due to rainfall. Despite these challenges, commercial growers are still investing in the domestic and export markets, with India being the top destination for Turkish apples and Russia maintaining its position as the top market for Turkish pears and grapes.
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The late arrival of spring has led to a drop in harvests and reduced exports of apples, pears and grapes in Turkey for the year 2023/24. Grape growers are having a hard time combating mildew, which is caused by rainfall. Commercial growers continue to invest to take advantage of growth opportunities in both domestic and export markets. Last year, India was once again the top destination ...
Source: AGF
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