Abadeh city has more than 300 hectares of pistachio orchards.

The head of Agriculture Center in Surmaq and its suburbs, stating that Abadeh city has more than 300 hectares of pistachio orchards, said: the average yield of pistachio orchards is one to one and a half tons of dry produce. Muhammad Hussein Khosravi In order to change the cultivation pattern, development of economic crops, valuable …

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Get to know the most famous Iranian goods in Russia

ISNA wrote: Tehran Chamber of Commerce, in its latest report, has examined the state of the country’s trade in the first quarter of this year with members of the Eurasian Economic Union. The Eurasian Economic Union, which has recognized Iran’s membership since November 2009, has introduced some of the country’s new trading partners in recent …

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Why does Iranian pistachio not have the power to compete in the world markets?

The productivity of Iran pistachio products in Iran is very low, and if too many hidden subsidies for water and energy are removed, pistachios will not be able to compete in global markets. Why does Iran pistachio not have the power to compete in the world markets? According to the news agency from Kerman, Iran …

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Commencement of transplanting operations in 70 hectares of pistachio orchards in Ilam and 14,000 tons of pistachios worth 65 million USD damaged in Rafsanjan

The director of horticulture of Ilam Agricultural Organization said: to fertilize pistachio trees, transplanting operations have been started in 70 hectares of pistachio orchards in the province. 14,000 tons of pistachios worth 65 million USD damaged in Rafsanjan The director of Rafsanjan agricultural organization announced the damage of 14,000 tons of pistachios worth 15,000 billion …

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50% of Rafsanjan pistachios were damaged

50% of Rafsanjan pistachios were damaged

The director of the agricultural organization of Rafsanjan city said: the heat above 37 degrees in August damaged 50% of this year Rafsanjan pistachio crop Abbas Haj Abdullahi stated in a press conference: “Increasing the scientific level of agricultural activities reduces production costs and increases productivity, which is part of agricultural programs and should be …

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Iranian pistachios terminology

Iranian pistachios terminology The Smile nuts, Khandoon, Green Gold, Pestaga، Bistak، Pesteh all indicate a nut which is known as pistachio, and pistachios.Pistachios are one of the delicious nuts which are popular for different uses like eating fresh, confectionery, and industrial products for instance perfume or in kitchens as pure oil. Iranian pistachio producer export …

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Director-General of Customs: Kerman exports are growing by 26%

Director General of Kerman Customs said: the province’s exports in the first two months of this year compared to the same period last year has increased by 26 percent. According to IRNA, Mohammad Reza Qader told reporters on Tuesday: “Kerman province’s customs exports in the first 11 months of this year amounted to 383,565 tons …

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Why does the main profit of Iran’s saffron go to foreign merchants.

Iran’s saffron production profits for whom? A member of the Agriculture Commission of the Congress said: “While the country’s saffron growers work hard, but the main profit belongs to the processing sector, it should be asked why this profit goes to foreigners?” Alireza Nazari, pointing out that the main profit of the saffron sector, instead …

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