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Good fresh produce export year under first quarter rains

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Kenya will export more avocados next year compared to 2017 due to improved rains expected to start in March, a new report predicts.

Towards the end of 2016 and the beginning of 2017, Kenya experienced a prolonged dry spell which negatively affected the avocado trees which flower within this period. This resulted in a depressed harvest compared to the 2015/2016 season.

“Looking forward, the outlook for 2017/2018 is looking good due to the current rains. Kenya produces an estimated 115,000 metric tonnes of avocado annually, 70 per cent of which is grown by small-scale farmers”, says Mads Skov-Hansen, managing director, Maersk Line Eastern Africa in the report. About three quarters of the avocado fruit grown is exported, the MD says in the A.P. Moller – Maersk’s Trade Report distributed last week.

Apart from the rains, Kenya, the report says, faces a brigher 2018 since the country was almost leaving behind the difficult season of elective politics.

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