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Iran: Government plans to increase greenhouse cultivation area

The government plans to increase the area under greenhouse cultivation in Iran to 48,000 hectares within the next 10 years, a deputy agriculture minister said.

“Around 16,760 hectares of the total sum are planned to be constructed by the end of the five-year development plan (March 2022). At present, greenhouse area across the country amounts to 11,200 hectares,” Mohammad Ali Tahmasebi was also quoted as saying by ILNA.

Source: Financial Tribune

Publication date: 7/14/2017

 


 

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