Worst South African Drought to Cut Citrus Exports in 2016By
Drought conditions and excessive heat reduce production
Fruits become smaller in size; not what market wants
South Africa’s worst drought in a century will reduce the citrus harvest this year and result in smaller-sized oranges that are harder to sell, according to an industry body.
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