August 2020 - Fruit Ukraine
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Raspberries, Walnuts, and Quince Showed the most Dynamic Growth in Production in Georgia over the Past 3 Years

Fruit production in Georgia is increasing. However, what fruits, berries, and nuts do Georgian gardeners prefer? To identify trends, EastFruit experts analyzed the change in perennial crop production in Georgia in 2019 compared to the 2016-2018 average based on data provided by the National Statistics Office of Georgia. However, there is a need to take […]

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Apple Season in Poland: High Harvest, High Prices

The apple harvest in Poland should be higher than last year. However, this does not mean that apples in the 2020/2021 season will be cheap. This is reported by analysts of the EastFruit project with a link to the fresh-market website.   According to the first forecasts, the apple harvest in Poland this year is […]

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Ukrainian Plant Breeders Invented Three New Varieties of Pears

Scientists of the Institute of Horticulture of the National Academy of Agrarian Sciences of Ukraine (IH NAAS) presented three new varieties of pears of their own selection. The head of the laboratory of selection and technology of growing fruit crops of the Institute of Horticulture of the National Academy of Agrarian Sciences of Ukraine, Candidate […]

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Planning the Infrastructure of the Fruit and Vegetable Market (Wholesale Markets, Storage Facilities, Distribution Centers): Top 10 Mistakes

  Andriy Yarmak, the economist at UN FAO Investment Center   In the construction of wholesale markets, wholesale distribution centers, or whatever they are called, there are no dogmas. The market is dynamic and everything changes quickly, so you need to always keep your eyes open.   More precisely, there is one dogma – before […]

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Georgia Exported about 700 Tons of Blueberries in this Season

“This year, Georgia exported about 700 tons of blueberries. There are good prerequisites for further growth in the production and export of this berry,” said Minister of Environmental Protection and Agriculture of Georgia Levan Davitashvili.   The blueberry season in Georgia began in early June and is almost over.   “This year, about 700 tons […]

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