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Spain: The protected tomato increases its percentage of destruction and prices fall

El tomate protegido aumenta su porcentaje de destrío y caen los precios
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The percentage of destruction of the protected tomato is high and the prices at origin have fallen in all the commercial types analyzed, according to the monitoring report on protected vegetables from the Andalusian Government's Price and Market Observatory. A large part of the protected tomato plantations, which are still in production, are in an advanced stage of cultivation, but large quantities are being withdrawn and a drop in prices at origin is observed.
The percentage of destruction of the protected tomato is high and the prices at origin have fallen in all the commercial types analyzed, according to the monitoring report on protected vegetables from the Andalusian Government's Prices and Markets Observatory. A large part of the protected tomato plantations, which are still in production, are in an advanced stage of cultivation, but large quantities are being withdrawn and a drop in prices at origin is observed. Zucchini The production of winter zucchini enters the final phase of its campaign. During the month of May, the prices of the product have fluctuated between €0.25–€0.35/kg, which is leading to the withdrawal of numerous plantations. The volume sold during the last week of May has been reduced between 15-20% compared to the previous week, favoring a slight increase in the average price at origin. Eggplant The export of eggplant has been reduced during this period, in which much of Europe is supplied ...
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