Nicaragua: Coffee Annual

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   NU2023-0003

FAS/Managua projects Nicaraguan Arabica coffee production to remain mostly flat in marketing year 2023/24 at 2.46 million 60-kilogram bags, reflecting successive years of sub-optimal fertilizer application dating back to 2020 when fertilizer prices rose amid global supply chain disruptions and new taxes on agricultural inputs. FAS/Managua expects lower fertilizer prices in 2023 will support increased fertilizer application in marketing year 2023/24 and increased production in marketing year 2024/25.

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