The weather was quite fluctuating at the end of February. Now the temperatures in Guangdong, Guangxi, Hainan, Fujian, Yunnan and other provinces in the south are relatively low. The combination of rain and snow has slowed down the growth of off-season vegetables, the output is insufficient, and the purchase price in the place of origin has risen rapidly. This week (the eighth week), the average price of green peppers rose sharply by 40.21%.
The reason why the price of green peppers has risen sharply in the short term is that the supply mainly comes from outside the province. Green peppers from Hainan and Guangdong have only a small amount of supply at the end of this period. Green peppers from Shandong have not yet been on the market, green peppers from Jiangsu have been completely off the market, and Fujian has only a small amount of screw green peppers. Due to the weather changes in the south, the temperature drop in Hainan, Guangdong and Fujian, coupled with the impact of rain and snow, the production and listing of green peppers in the production area is seriously insufficient, and the purchase price rises rapidly, resulting in wholesale prices like a roller coaster, with the highest price period when reaching 10 RMB/kg.
Affected by the climate, the price of green peppers has risen sharply recently. (It is understood that it has been raining heavily for about 10 days in Hainan.) Hope that the weather will be fine in March, the temperature will rise, and the output will increase before the price of green peppers is expected to fall.