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Producing agricultural products in Khouzestan with a new approach and optimal management

Service : Economy
A member of agriculture, water and natural resources commission in the Iranian Parliament says: Khuzestan Province - one of the 31 provinces of Iran – could be a field to grow corps that may be exported; however soon there will be a new approach and optimal management.
Wednesday, September 14, 2016 2:30:31 PM
Producing agricultural products in Khouzestan with a new approach and optimal management

Islamic Consultative Assembly News Agency – "Khuzestan's soils are very suitable for cultivation but there has not been appropriate control in the recent years; for example corn and maize are very needed for oil production and the other uses but we have not seen even a sign about it in the referred time; however soon there will be plans with a new approach and optimal management in this context", says Jawad Kazem Nassab ElBaji 46-year old reformist MP representing Ahwaz, Bavi, Hamidieh and Karoon electoral district in the 10th period of the Iranian Parliament.

In Khouzestan the abundance of water and fertility of soil has transformed this region into a rich and well-endowed land. The variety of agricultural products such as wheat, barley, oily seeds, rice, eucalyptus, medicinal herbs; the existence of many palm and citrus farms; having mountains suitable for raising olives, and of course sugar cane - from which Khuzestan takes its name - all show the great potential of this fertile plain.

In 2005, 51,000 hectares of land were planted with sugar canes, producing 350,000 tons of sugar. The abundance of water supplies, rivers, and dams, also have an influence on the fishery industries, which are prevalent in the area.

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