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More Spanish walnuts

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SPAIN’s Ministry for the Environment and Rural and Marine Affairs (MARM) is predicting better chestnut, walnut and kiwi harvests this year, compared with 2010. Estimates suggest an increase of 1.1% in chestnut production to 80 500 tonnes, compared with 79 600 tonnes last year. The walnut crop will rise by 5.9% to 12 500 tonnes from 11 800 tonnes. Kiwi production is also expected to climb by 2.3%. Growing area dedicated to celery and leeks in 2012 will remain unchanged, with 1 400 and 2 400 hectares respectively. Increases in growing area for aubergine, carrot and turnip are also expected, with 3 600, 7 200 and 7 300 hectares respectively. The biggest increase in growing area is expected for broccoli, rising 9.8% to 24 200 hectares in 2012.



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