Hot and dry weather affecting durian harvest


Sweet delight: Chang showing a high-grade durian at his farm in Balik Pulau. — LIM BENG TATT/The Star

GEORGE TOWN: The supply of durian this year has been affected by the hot weather. Even the branded ones are not spared now.

Bao Sheng Durian Farm owner Chang Teik Seng, 55, said the branded durians were also affected by the prolonged dry weather from January to April.

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