Mexico: Potato harvest Sinaloa decrease

The potato harvest production in Sinaloa ended slightly lower than expected because of the problems brought about by climate change, which reduced yields by nearly 2 tons per hectare this year. Filiberto Chain Payan, president of the Specialized Potato Section of the particular sector, said this explained why the average yield at the end of the season was 25 tons per hectare and not the normal 27 tons per hectare achieved under normal conditions. There were production problems in different crops attributed to climate change, which has been generating atypical conditions for agriculture. More