The probability of a partial loss of fruit and vegetable harvest is reported in Crimea. Due to the sharp drop in air temperature on the peninsula, the future harvest of peaches, apples, strawberries, sweet cherries and other berries and fruits was damaged.
In some areas of the peninsula, according to preliminary forecasts, less potatoes and white mustard will be collected.
Reportedly, cereal crops did not suffer from the cold.
Earlier, QHA reported about the unusual weather for the middle of April, last week it was snowing in the territory of the occupied peninsula. According to forecasts, the cold is not in a hurry to leave: In the next few nights frosts to three degrees below zero are expected in the Crimea.