Farmers in a quandary over unharvested crops

Some of the crops waiting to be harvested at Chua’s farm.

FARMERS in Tringkap, Cameron Highlands, estimate they will lose up to RM30,000 a week as a result of the enhanced movement control order in the area that has prevented them from harvesting the vegetables.

Those who spoke to StarMetro understood the need for the enhanced MCO but said they could not find ways to sell their produce to minimise losses and prevent the greens from going to waste.

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