It is expected that with a 70% reduction in production, about 55,000 tons of pistachios will be harvested in Kerman province this year.
According to the Kerman Radio and Television News Agency, these days, the pistachio harvest can be harvested in Kerman province, and the smell of fresh pistachios has spread everywhere.
Gardeners are harvesting their products, and every day about one million people from all over the province, even neighbouring areas, work to collect and process this crop.
This year is not a good year for pistachio farmers and Iranian pistachios, most of which are produced in Kerman province, are facing.
From Rafsanjan to the cities of Anar, Zarand, Ravar, Sirjan, Kerman, Shahrbabak, Kuhbanan and even parts of Bam, gardeners harvest their annual reach.
Hossein Rezaei, Secretary General of the Iranian Pistachio Association, announced a reduction of 70,000 tons of pistachio production in Iran and said: Kerman province, which always had a production of between 100,000 and 120,000 tons, this year is expected to produce 50,000 to 55,000 tons.
Saeedi, head of the Agricultural Organization in the north of Kerman province, The frost in April and the intense heat we had in the summer, as well as the hail and storm, reduced the crop.
Of course, the problem of water shortage in pistachio-rich plains should be added to temperature fluctuations, but in any case, “smiling pistachio” Iran has a special place in the world.