A tragedy began to unfold yesterday in Uzbekistan and Tajikistan – entire harvests of apricots, cherries, almonds, grapes, and other crops that flowered too early are under threat of frost. We were concerned about this last week in our article “Uzbekistan and Tajikistan may lose entire crops of apricots and cherries in 2021.”
The video below shows the very beginning of bad weather in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. On the afternoon of February 24, 2021, snow began to fall and the air temperature dropped sharply. Over the next five days, frosts are expected at night down to minus 10 or lower. A similar situation is in Tajikistan and even in the southern regions of Uzbekistan. According to EastFruit experts, even crops such as early potatoes and onions are under threat in almost all regions of Central Asia.
Watch the video:
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