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Heat and drought to cause 50% drop in Hungary’s apples

The drought and hot weather are expected to reduce Hungary's apple crop to around 300,000 tons this year, just half of the average harvest in recent years, professional association Fruitveb has stated.

Fruitveb said 2022 could be a "watershed" year for growers whose focus is now on cutting losses rather than making profit. Last year, the apple harvest was close to 515,000 tons, data from the Central Statistical Office (KSH) shows.


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