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Drought causes massive losses to Polish farmers

13.08.2019 18:51
Drought has caused losses of almost PLN 1.9 billion (EUR 438 million, USD 490m) in Poland this year, according to a report presented to the government by the country’s agriculture minister.
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Citing data from earlier this month, state news agency PAP reported on Tuesday that drought had hit more than 134,000 farms. Total losses are still being assessed.

The Government Information Centre said that drought has affected crops including spring cereals, winter cereals, strawberries, legumes, corn, ground vegetables, tobacco, sugar beet, potatoes and hops.

Poland has sweltered under heatwaves this year, though temperatures in other European countries have been even higher, with records set in the Netherlands and Germany.

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Source: PAP