OUTLOOK OF THAILAND CROP OUTPUT IN 2017 ( Vol. 6 June 2017 )
Published on Friday, 07 July 2017 00:00
For the tropical Pacific, most weather forecast models indicated that it will continue to warm gradually in the second half of 2017. For June-August 2017 season, latest experts’ consensus favors neutral conditions over El Niño..
OUTLOOK OF THAILAND CROP OUTPUT IN 2017 ( Vol. 5 May 2017 )
Published on Wednesday, 07 June 2017 00:00
Most weather forecast models indicated that the tropical Pacific will warm gradually in the second half of 2017 Forecasts suggest El Niño conditions being slightly favoured over neutral conditions from July-August-September (JAS) onwards.
OUTLOOK OF THAILAND CROP OUTPUT IN 2017 ( Vol 4 April2017 )
Published on Wednesday, 03 May 2017 00:00
El Niño Outlook during April to October 2017, although sea surface temperatures (SSTs) have been above normal in the eastern equatorial Pacific, El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) neutral conditions continue.
OUTLOOK OF THAILAND CROP OUTPUT IN 2017 ( Vol 3 March 2017 )
Published on Friday, 31 March 2017 00:00
Less than a year after ending of El Niño effect, weather forecasters around the world are predicting it may come back and cause drier-than-normal condition in Southeast Asia to develop around July to August and last through the end of this year.
OUTLOOK OF THAILAND CROP OUTPUT DURING JANUARY – MAY 2017
Published on Tuesday, 28 February 2017 10:00
Starting of the New Year of Rooster with disaster of heavy rain and melting snowpack threatened to undermine a spillway at one of the largest dams in California, United States of America, which prompted the evacuation of 188,000 residents earlier February
Finally the year of Monkey 2016 with disaster of severe drought, high temperature and low rainfall was ended and hope for the New Year of Rooster 2017 with more rainfall but started with unseasonable flooding
PINEAPPLE SUPPLY OUTLOOK OF THAILAND WINTER CROP 2016
Published on Thursday, 02 February 2017 10:00
Finally summer crop was ended in July and turned out as disaster with effect of severe drought and damaged by high temperature and low rainfall. At present it is going to rainy season accompanying monsoons.
We are seeing the lowest production of the 1st quarter in 10 years. In comparison to the production volume of 2013, the production volume for January – March is expected to reduce by as much as 50%. Along with the tight supply, the price for fruits has surged exceeding 7.80 THB/kg this week.
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