Bartalks 25May

Precipitation in the San Pedro region, Ivory Coast

The San Pedro region in Ivory Coast got some early rains in January and in the first half of March. These were sufficient to keep precipitations on par with the average.

Everything changed in April and May, during which there has been more rainfall than normal for the season. As of the last week of May, this region has accumulated enough water in the soil to sustain the trees for three weeks, one more than on an average year. The field data confirms that the trees are in great shape and have set a bountiful amount of new pods.

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