Spain: Drought threatens asparagus in Granada

If the drought persists, last year's good agricultural performance will appear in sharp contrast to the poor outlook for the coming months. The asparagus sector is concerned about the lack of rain, as it could decisively affect this star product of the West and in Vega of Granada.

Asparagus production in 2016 decreased by 30% and, if does not rain immediately, things will get much worse. Paco Delgado, from Los Gallombares, said that if they didn't get 300 liters of rain per square meter in the remainder of the year, the harvest in 2017 would be greatly affected.


Source: cadenaser.com

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