New Zealand’s onion crop has been slashed by at least 20 percent because of humid weather, which resulted in a leaf disease. The harvest period is wrapping up for the season, and Onions New Zealand chief executive Michael Ahern called it a mixed bag for the growers.
The main problem was a leaf blight called stemphylium, which has damaged the plants.
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