Droughts Diminish Income in Agriculture
Ljubljana, 20 July - Numerous natural disasters that hit Slovenia this year, among them frost, drought, hail and the fire blight disease, will have a bearing on income in agriculture. In 2001, when the agriculture was hit by a a sever drought, the gross added value fell by 11.4 percent in real terms, while the net added value dropped by 17.7 percent, shows a report on the situation in agriculture, food industry and forestry in 2001, recently reviewed by the government.
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