Prognosfruit 2021 Releases its Annual Apple and Pear Crop Forecast, Showing a 10% Increase in Apple Production and a 28% Decrease for Pears

Prognosfruit’s 2021 European apple and pear crop forecast revealed that while apple production is set to increase by 10%, the upcoming pear crop is expected to decrease by 28%. On 5 August 2021, more than 150 international representatives from the apple and pear sector joined the Prognosfruit 2021 Online Conference, the second virtual edition of the event in its 46 years, to discuss the 2021 production forecast for apples and pears.

World Apple and Pear Association Elects its new Presidency Team During its Annual General Meeting

The meeting also decided that given the on-going sanitary uncertainties, Prognosfruit 2021 will take place online on 5th August 2021, postponing the physical meeting in Serbia to 2022.

World Apple and Pear Association Presents Annual Southern Hemisphere Production Forecast

According to the forecast, which consolidates the data from Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Chile, New Zealand, and South Africa, apple production is estimated to increase by 6% in 2021 compared to the previous year, while pear production is projected to stabilise.

Stable Production Figures in Uncertain Times: Prognosfruit 2020 Releases its Annual Apple and Pear Crop Forecast

On 6 August 2020, more than 150 international representatives from the apple and pear sector joined the Prognosfruit 2020 Online Conference, the first ever virtual version of the event in its 45 years to discuss the 2020 forecast.

PROGNOSFRUIT 2020 Online Conference – Registrations Now Open

The Prognosfruit Conference is Europe’s leading annual event for the apple and pear sector, gathering apple and pear growers from across Europe. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Prognosfruit 2020 will be taking place as an online conference on 6 August 2020.