Heavy Rainfall Adds To Economic Woes, Affects Fruit and Vegetable Supplies

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Reports say Cameron Highlands, which is one of the top areas for vegetable production, will see a drop of 20 per cent to 30 per cent in yield thus causing an increase in vegetable prices due to heavy, consistent rainfall.

The highlands had been seeing frequent rain – daily – that affected the growth of vegetables. The region is seeing rainfalls in the afternoon and sometimes in the morning.

Farmers are saying with hot weather they can still water the plants but with heavy rain and more frequent rain than usual, a lot of things are changing and plants are affected, reports a Singapore portal.

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