Agronometrics in Charts

Agronometrics in Charts: High temperatures deal a heavy blow to blackberry production in Mexico 

In this installment of our Agronometrics in Charts, we look at the Mexican blackberry industry, which has seen high heat has left its mark on Mexico's blackberry crop this year.
May 12 , 2022

Agronometrics in Charts: Mexican blueberry industry potential to be deliberated at the 22nd International Blueberry Seminar

The XXII International Blueberry Seminar that will take place at Expo Guadalajara will analysis the potential for Mexico's growers to enhance their supply to the U.S. market.
May 10 , 2022

Agronometrics in Charts: Washington’s frigid winter likely to lead to a smaller cherry crop 

In this installment of the ‘Agronometrics In Charts’ series, Sarah Ilyas details the dynamics affecting the Washington State cherry crop.
May 05 , 2022

Agronometrics in Charts: California grape growers grapple with uncertainties 

A look at the state of California grapes heading into a new 2022 season, and some of the issues facing the growing region responsible for 99 percent of U.S. domestic grape production.
May 03 , 2022

Agronometrics in Charts: Large swathes of Peru's avocado production poised to start

New avocado orchards are poised to enter into production this year in Peru's growing regions, with the total crop expected to grow by double digits this season.
April 28 , 2022

Agronometrics in Charts: Sizable California cherries expected

In this installment of the ‘Agronometrics In Charts’ series, Sarah Ilyas evaluates the state of the California cherry crop, which is set to start its harvest in coming days.
April 26 , 2022

Agronometrics in Charts: Guacamole abounds, Cinco de Mayo boosts avocado sales 

Cinco de Mayo is the second biggest driver of avocado consumption in the U.S., in this installment of our In Charts series with Agronometrics, we look at the scenario facing this green fruit as the big date approaches.
April 21 , 2022

Agronometrics in Charts: Mexican raspberries seeing remarkable increase in consumption

Pricing trends this season matched the trends in volume. Week 14 saw prices at $18 per package when the incoming volume was around 2.8 K tonnes.
April 19 , 2022

Agronometrics in Charts: Mexican mangoes continue to be relished by a growing majority

The large volumes expected during April could pose as a great opportunity for marketers in the U.S and it could be an opportune time to promote St. Patrick’s Day and Easter through the marketing of this product.
April 12 , 2022

Agronometrics in Charts: Jalisco gears up for avocado exports amidst skyrocketing prices

The entry of avocados from Mexico's growing region of Jalisco could ease price pressures, in this installment of Agronometrics have a look at the scenario facing pending arrival of fruit from this region into the U.S.
April 07 , 2022