Agronometrics in Charts
Agronometrics in Charts: The "green gold" craze during Super Bowl in U.S.
The “Green Gold” craze is beginning as the Superbowl is just around the corner and avocado supply from Mexico is up.
January 19 , 2021
Agronometrics in Charts: Blueberry Coalition publishes analysis in response to ITC investigation
This week Colin Fain analyzes the blueberry markets for the Coalition for Progress and Health, an organization that was formed in response to the USITC section 201 investigation which opposes US import limitations.
January 12 , 2021
Agronometrics in Charts: The top stories from 2020
In the year's first installment of Agonometrics in Charts, we're going to take a look at the five most popular stories of 2020.
January 05 , 2021
Agronometrics in Charts: Citrus prices in U.S. market
In this installation of Agronometrics in Charts, we look at average citrus prices in the U.S. market in comparison to previous years.
December 22 , 2020
Agronometrics In Charts: Review of Mexican strawberries in U.S. market
Mexican strawberry exports to the U.S. market has grown by 430 percent over the last 20 years, but prices have remained steady with a slight upward trend.
December 15 , 2020
Agronometrics in Charts: Lower apple volumes set spot market pricing record
A record-volume summer kept apple prices down over much of the year, though autumn has seen the markets swing the other way.
December 08 , 2020
Agronometrics in Charts: Price update for berries in the U.S. market
Check out the prices of blueberries, raspberries, blackberries and strawberries in the U.S. market in comparison to previous seasons.
December 01 , 2020
Agronometrics in Charts: IBO releases the blueberry data for the Americas
The International Blueberry Organization (IBO) recently launched the newest iteration of the State of the Industry Report, a publication with a rich 20-year history highlighting the most important blueberry trends.
November 24 , 2020
Agronometrics in Charts: Will Chilean cherries take advantage of high U.S. market pricing?
The great unknown is whether the strong pricing level will be maintained now that a new season has begun in the southern hemisphere, with a forecast of historic harvests and exports from Chile.
November 17 , 2020
Agronometrics in Charts: Avocado prices take a strong promotable dip. Could a strike be on the cards?
In week 43 avocado prices dipped to the lowest level ever observed this time of the year. With large volumes still expected, what will this mean for the coming months and weeks?
November 10 , 2020