After the end of Lent and Easter prasdnovaniya, the prices for champignon not only not fallen, but even a little grown up, said “Umdis” news agency. This market situation was a surprise to most market participants – most projections converge on the fact that the price after Easter dramatically decrease. However, the price is high only for those producers, which at steady weather fails to collect mushroom quality. And there is not a lot – according to the news agency Umdis, up to 50% of the fungus that today is going to small farms, infected with bacterial diseases, and accordingly, is sold with substantial discounts.
In 2012, the May 10 price of mushroom in the Kiev region was at the level 15-16 UAH / kg, ie, It was the same as today. Snizheie prices by 10-15% started in the 20 days of May. In 2011, the price of May 10 was on the mark on the UAH 1.0-1.5 below, and also began to decline in the 20s.
Forecasts of prices by the end of May 2013 to separate. On the one hand statistics suggests that we should expect lower prices, on the other hand a number of small farms has reduced production in comparison with 2012 and 2011 years, which can create a certain deficit and support prices.