In the philippines, two million pounds of mangoes to lose

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This year, the harvest of the tropical fruit from the South-east Asian country is able to manage. The over-supply of two-million pounds is to be attributed to the effects of El Niño, the warmtecyclus in the pacific that every couple of years.

The ministry of Agriculture, a massive campaign is underway to get the fruits as soon as possible, to be on the market. The unit cost was further reduced by a converted to 0.98 cent to less than 0,24. Minister of Agriculture Emmanuel Piñol warned that the farmers are in trouble in the future. In the next two weeks, something really needs to happen before the mangoes go awry, he said in The Guardian. Piñol, the daily export to hong Kong, Dubai and other places to raise it.

The annual mangofestival and awareness-raising through cooking and need to get in your own country, the consumption boost. It is also to be seen on social media-how can farmers, small dose and giving it away for free.

El Niño is part of a force of nature with a warm and less fertile, this is the normally, cold current coming from Antarctica, it replaces it in the pacific Ocean. Along the South American coast and this leads, typically, to the sea, the storms, even hurricanes, and the less favorable of fishing. On the side of Asia, bringing the effects of El Niño, mainly dry spell with them.

In February it was the Us Climate Prediction Center that El Niño this year is less brutal than the last, from 2014 to 2016. When the increase of the temperature of the water to two degrees Celsius, the damage to the fauna and the flora both in the sea and on land as a result. The Philippines has had the effects of El Niño, when a lower water table, a delayed rainy season, and fewer tropical cyclones than usual.