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Spain: Damaged clementine province Castellón

The recent heavy rainfall on the Mediterranean coast may have ended months of drought in Spain, but it has caused a lot of damage to the clementines, German website Fruchtnews.de reports.

Particularly the Clemenules variety, with large quantities still to be harvested, has been hit hard. If this variety hangs on trees for a significant amount of time while ripe, combined with high humidity and relatively high environmental temperatures, the fruits go bad.

The province of Castellón has seen the most damage, but the provinces of Valencia and Tarragona were also affected. According to experts, however, there are still enough healthy clementines available for export.

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