Czechs picked more than five billion crowns worth of forest fruits and mushrooms

In 2016, Czechs picked more than five billion crowns worth of fruits and mushrooms in the country’s forests. In all, people picked 33,800 tons, which is less than the long-term average of 39,300.

The news was confirmed by a new report for the government on the state of Czech forests and forestry on Wednesday.

In monetary terms, Czechs picked 800 million crowns’ worth less year-on-year. A single household picked 8.14 kilograms.