Weather and 'exhausted' trees blamed for forecast reduction in Poland's apple crop

Poland's 2013 apple crop is likely to be down 20-30 per cent on last year's 3.7 million tonnes, partly due to the weather, partly to trees being "exhausted", according to Jan Nowakowski, a representative of fresh-produce trading company Genesis Fresh.

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