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Biojournaal visits organic Greek growers
Greek citrus season starting later due to wam nights
Gerasimos is leading Bio Net West Hellas, with approximately 300 participating farmers, the largest group of organic producers in Greece. The trip was coordinated from the Netherlands, by Alexis van Erp from Eosta. Alexis handles the organic fruit and vegetable products from Bio Net West Hellas in Europe.
The oranges are still green
Most of the trip was taken up by looking at the citrus, but the group also took a quick look at two kiwi orchards. They also visited a carrot and potato grower, and they got a tour of Bio Net West Hellas' own organic fruit packing station. It was obvious the the citrus season will start later this year. Most of the oranges and mandarins are still green. To stimulate the ripening process the fruits urgently need some cold nights. The results of a recent hailstorm were clearly seen with one of the citrus growers, but Georgios Kyziakopoulos (third photo below), a kiwi grower, expects a much better harvest than last year.
In the coming weeks various articles will be published on FreshPlaza following this press trip.
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