FruitVeB: good fruit harvest is expected, but mild winter and spring frosts risk

By: Trademagazin editor Date: 2020. 03. 06. 11:30

More risks for an unusually mild winter fruit crop, earlier bud budding, stronger infections, and possible spring frost can significantly affect this year’s currently promising fruit crop – FruitVeb with.

Ferenc Apáti explained that the seasonal temperature was high in the last two months of last year, except for the one-week freeze in December. Winter arrived at the end of the year and lasted through January, but severe cools and longer frosty periods did not occur, and February followed the spring. There was little rainfall in winter, but in many parts of the country enough rain fell in late autumn and February, which may or may not compensate for last year’s summer and autumn droughts. (MTI)

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