Turkey’s crop production value rises 15% y/y in 2017 03/08/2018 | By Gergana Bencheva, EMIS Editor

Value of fruit production grows 16.1%, of vegetable production rises 6.8%

Turkey’s crop production value rose by 15% on the year to TRY 135.2 billion for 2017, Anadolu Agency reported referring to data provided by the Turkish Statistical Institute (TurkStat).

In detail, the value of cereal and other crop products jumped by 19.6% year-on-year, this of fruit, beverage and spice crops went up by 16.1% and the value of vegetables rose by 6.8%.

Over 2017, a number of products such as wheat, sunflower, potatoes, rice, olives and green tea saw their prices increase while the prices of products such as red lentil, garlic, apricots and hazelnuts went down, Anadolu Agency noted.

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