ConservasDic. 17, 2013
Duraznos/EE.UU: esperan menor producción por caída en superficie cultivada
Next season, California’s cling peach bearing acreage is set to fall to its lowest levels in modern history, according to the Californian Canning Peach Association (CCPA).
Cling peach pullouts to date come to 2,210 acres, according to the latest edition of CCPA newsletter, Peach Fuzz. “This represents the second consecutive year that more than 10% of the State’s bearing acreage has been removed following harvest,” the CCPA noted. Bearing acreage will fall below 20,000 acres as a consequence – the first time in modern history that this has happened.