Chile’s 2020 harvest will be 7% to 10% lower than 2019’s, according to reports from Chilenut.

Mainly due to the drought that hit the central northern part of the country, production was expected to be around 150,000 tons, yet it will not surpass 129,000 tons.

The amount of rainfall experienced during winter in 2020 should improve the water supply situation, so, depending on the growth conditions during spring-summer, 2021’s yield could reach its projected 164,000 tons.