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Mexican mangoes from Sonora have good performance and quality

The mango harvest in the Yaqui Valley, located in the Mexican state of Sonora, has good production yields and high fruit quality. This year's production yields continue to be above 35 tons per hectare, according to Ramon Gonzalez Espinoza, the leading producer of fruit in the region.

According to Gonzalez Espinoza, the harvest of the Keitt variety mangoes that are being carried out represent an important source of work for the Yaqui Valley communities, especially now when there is a high unemployment rate due to the delay of federal support that has, in turn, delayed the preparation of agricultural land for different crops.

He also said that the mango was being marketed in Baja California Norte and in the United States, where prices were better than in other years, especially because of the quality of the product.



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