September 19, 2018

Smaller Brazilian Citrus output may increase unit cost and constrain farmers’ revenue

Despite the firm sales prices, lower orange production in the 2018/19 crop from the citrus belt should constrain the revenue of farmers who trade with processors, since the lower number of boxes produced per hectare tends to push up the unit price.


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