Many of those mushroom makers who have the technical ability to work during the summer still have not decided whether to do so.
The desire to work, of course, the manufacturers have, especially given that the previous half of the year were very difficult financially. However, mushroom growers fear that if the market is saturated in the summer and prices are low, they will further complicate their situation.
As we wrote earlier, a number of farms have already decided to close for the summer, although in recent years they have worked. Many of those who do not work in the summer will “leave in the summer” earlier this year, at least for a few weeks.
Umdis, for his part, predicts that prices will not be the worst in the summer. But everything will depend on the decisions of the undecided producers, the amount of mushroom in the forests, and, to a large extent, on the macroeconomic situation in the country.