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Strawberry Crop Looks Promising This Year

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While the heated cultivation of strawberries is slowly coming to an end, the domestic strawberry season is beginning with good flowering and crop prospects in the open field, although the cold weather is causing some delays, according to the Hungarian Vegetable and Fruit Association FruitVeB, writes the business daily Világgazdaság.

The condition of the crops in the open fields is excellent, as frost damage only occurred locally this year.

In Hungary, greenhouse and heated cultivation take place on only a few tens of hectares, a tiny fraction of the total area of more than 800 hectares.

The stocks with cold foil are just starting to be harvested, so there are not a large number of goods on the market, but there are already Hungarian strawberries in the shops; the price per kilogram in the wholesale market is typically around HUF 3,000.

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