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New Zealand: tomato harvest under way

11/02/2020 - Press release , François-Xavier Branthôme - 2020 Season
According to local press (February 11, 2020), Cedenco Foods NZ have started their annual tomato harvest and expect to get into swing of it from now on.

We started for three days last week, stopped, started again yesterday, and we expect continuous processing from now on,” said general manager Carla McCulloch.

The hot weather and lack of moisture has put some pressure on the plants and expected yields would be around budget at this stage. There's good brix in the fruit, but the colour has not been as good in the early crops so far. We are looking to see that improve as we get into the season.”
There have been good brix levels in the tomatoes but they hope to see the colour improve as the season progresses. Tomatoes will be picked here through to the end of March, with around 22 thousand tonnes tipped to be harvested this season.


Source: gisborneherald.co.nz
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