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Spanish agriculture counts cost of Storm Gloria

Spanish agriculture counts cost of Storm Gloria

Published on Jan 27th, 2020

Spanish producers are counting the cost of a deadly weather front that struck last week. Storm Gloria is reported to have wreaked the worst damage on citrus and vegetable production.

Weather catastrophe costs Spanish agriculture millions

Weather catastrophe costs Spanish agriculture millions

Published on Oct 07th, 2019

 

Vegetables, olive groves, citrus fruits, fruit trees and vineyards are all affected by the weather front that ravaged the coast of the Valencian, Murcian and Andalusian in the second week of September. In the Valencian community, the most affected areas were those of Vega Baja and Alto Vinalopó. In Vega Baja, total loss of some flooded vegetable fields is expected, including artichoke, potato, sweet potato, sweet potato, broccoli and cauliflower.

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