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Restrictions on movement and border closures mean Croatia’s strawberry growers cannot import their usual pickers – or market their crop very easily, once it is harvested.

To protect pickers from infection, strawberry growers have supplied their staff with all the protective equipment they need, which means masks, gloves and disinfectants. They also have to keep to social distancing measures.

However, like other farmers in the country and beyond, Croatia’s strawberry growers fear that their harvest will be jeopardised by the continued spread of the pandemic, and, possibly by other measures the authorities take to prevent the virus from further spreading.