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Stagnant Spanish chestnut crop

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The estimated 2017 Spanish crop grew by 1% to 163,539 tonnes compared with the last year. Spain has suffered bad crops since 2015, especially in the north-west region of Galicia, which produces around 90% of the total national crop, due to a combination of negative factors for chestnut trees: high temperatures, droughts and the depredations of the chestnut wasp.



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