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Delay to Brazilian mango harvest

Development of the mango crop in São Paulo’s Monte Alto/Taquaritinga region is running late around two months, due to later flowering of the crop as a consequence of larger rains in May and June, announced Brazil’s Advanced Research Centre in Applied Economics (CEPEA). 


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