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Impact of covid-19 on date palm production in Morocco
1 Sidi Mohammed Ben Abdellah University, Interdisciplinary computer and physical laboratory, National School of Applied Sciences, BP 72 Fez, Morocco
2 My Ismail University, Department of Biology, Faculty of Sciences and Techniques, BP.21 Errachidia, Morocco
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As for the whole world, the Coronavirus crisis generated in Morocco a significant shock on supply as well as on demand, putting several activities in slow motion. Like the different economic sectors, the date palm (Phoenix dactylifera L) sector which presents a real natural and cultural wealth of the country has suffered drastically in the confinement period. This study targets some palm groves of the Draa-Tafilalet region in the provinces of Errachidia, through a field survey on 30 farms and aims to measure the impact of Covid-19 on their agricultural activities. We conclude that this double health and economical disease has the potential to disturb the date supply chain.
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