Harvest Status: Fall crop planting is underway.
Quality: Quality is clean with nice size and taste. Wet mornings are causing occasional pin rot under the calyx.
Volume: Production has decreased slightly due to wet mornings and tight labor. It's expected to pick back up next week with peak production estimated for the last week of October.
Pack Counts: Conventional Fall Crop: 18-20-22 ct. depending on the ranch / Organic Fall Crop: 20-24 ct. depending on the ranch.
Quality: Quality is improving with lighter colored, firmer fruit.
Volume: Production continues to decline as the season starts to wind down.
Pack Counts: Conventional: 22-26-28 / Organic: 28-32.
Quality: Quality is great with good size, bloom, and taste.
Volume: Production was below estimates last week due to wet weather but is expected to increase in weeks 41-45.
Quality: Quality continues to be great with a good appearance and firmness.
Volume: Argentina and Peru are in peak season. The first set of organic fruit is expected to arrive in week 42.
Quality: Growers are working hard to manage weather-related yellow rust.
Volume: Production continues to be steady.
Quality: Quality is good with a few weather-related red and leaky cells.
Volume: Production is steady.
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