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Blackcurrant shortage in Poland worsens due to drought

Water is particularly short in the broad belt of central Poland, the largest deficit being in Lubuskie province.

Poland’s Institute of Fertilisation and Soil Science (IUNG) says that 14 provinces in the country are now affected. Besides Lubuskie, water is particularly short in the western part of the Wielkopolska Lake District, the Wielkopolska Lowland, Śląska, Podlaska Lowlands, the southern part of the Mazowiecka Lowland.


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