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Top 5 -yesterday
- First exports of Huelva's earliest strawberries
- Mexican avocado growers resume harvest
- Germany: Potato harvest at historically low level
- Spain: "The delay of Huelva's mandarins causes production overlap"
- MSC, A.P. Moller – Maersk, CMA CGM, Hapag-Lloyd and Ocean Network to establish container shipping association
Top 5 -last month
- FruitMasters wins award at Disney Licensing Showcase
- GB Italia: great satisfaction for the 2018 Sicilian peach campaign
- "Herb market switching from European to Israeli and Kenyan products"
- Shandong Jinxiang Market: Garlic price stable during Mid-Autumn Festival
- Apple prices show polarization this year
Top 5 -last week
But National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition notes sequestration extension
US budget bill: praise from citrus, cotton & dairy sectors
Florida Citrus Mutual said the budget deal would provide $2.36 billion to make direct payments to Florida producers who have suffered hurricane-related crop losses, with citrus growers expected to receive $760 million.
Thefencepost.com cites a legislative summary of the Senate Appropriations Committee: "Producers who purchased crop insurance or Noninsured Crop Disaster Assistance Program (NAP) on eligible crops will be allowed to recoup up to 85 percent of their losses. Producers who did not have crop insurance or NAP on eligible crops will be allowed to recoup up to 65 percent of their losses. Producers receiving payments will be required to purchase crop insurance or NAP policies on eligible commodities for each of the next two years.”
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- 2018-11-15 Spain: Citrus fruits allegedly being sold again at open prices
- 2018-11-15 Sharp increase of Georgian mandarin exports
- 2018-11-14 Spain: Processors start buying oranges at very low prices
- 2018-11-13 Crisis officially over but Greeks hardly notice it
- 2018-11-13 US: Florida orange production down 3 per cent from October forecast
- 2018-11-13 Spain: "Citrus volume from South Africa will start falling sharply soon"
- 2018-11-13 Spain: Quality of Cordoba's citrus will be higher this campaign
- 2018-11-13 Taiwan: Market entry of Taidong Navel orange delayed
- 2018-11-12 How to prevent the appearance of 'creasing' in Navel oranges
- 2018-11-12 "Good harvest of, somewhat smaller, Berkane Clementines"
- 2018-11-12 The Sicilian PGI Red Orange campaign has officially started
- 2018-11-12 China: Green oranges from Qiongzhong enter market in bulk
- 2018-11-12 Devaluation of Turkish lira puts pressure on citrus market