Costa Rica: Citrus Annual

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Costa Rica’ production of oranges declined to 5.4 million boxes (40.824 kg.) during 2014/2015. The crop was probably the worst on record in recent history, according to industry sources. The 2015/2016 crop is expected to increase sharply to about 8.5 million boxes as improved weather patterns for orange production in the main production areas resulted in higher productivity. The outlook for 2016/2017 is for production of 9.0 million boxes, assuming normal weather patterns. 

Costa Rica: Citrus Annual

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