Experts predict that the mushroom season this autumn will be below the average of the last 17 years

CNA / David Tuxworth

August 27, 2012 11:30 PM

Catalonia’s Forest Technology Centre has cited that the lack of rain, high temperatures and the wind have slowed down the growth of mushrooms in the Pyrenees. The centre’s mathematical models expect the yields to be lower than in previous years and long term forecasts predict a lack of rain in autumn, which will also cause the yield of mushrooms to be less than average.