According to the news from the field, the number of figs per branch seems higher than last year, typically there should be 4-5 figs per branch but now there are 6-7 on average.
Last year the rains and humid weather in August caused a decrease in quality like 30-40% of the crop. But this season the drying process will start as higher in quantity. Rain and humidity will determine the quality and aflatoxin issue within a few weeks. We will be able to offer figs on 1st of September.