Announcements

Job offersmore »



Tweeting Growers

Top 5 - yesterday

Top 5 - last week

Top 5 - last month

Exchange ratesmore »




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

 


 

Other news in this sector:

1/18/2018 Azerbaijani students develop smart greenhouse
1/18/2018 SunSelect: Cutting yield prediction error rates by half with AI algorithm
1/17/2018 Ghana to create 10,000 jobs through greenhouse projects
1/17/2018 Light-splitting greenhouse film could improve photosynthetic efficiency
1/16/2018 US (NH): Berlin greenhouses to break ground in April
1/15/2018 Argentina: A smart greenhouse for urban crops
1/12/2018 Greenhouse snow load and removal
1/11/2018 Largest producer of tomatoes in Sub-Saharan Africa and 13th in the world
1/10/2018 US (NJ): Profeta Farms to unveil new organic farm market
1/10/2018 Five reasons to invest in a greenhouse
1/10/2018 US (OR): First harvest at John Day greenhouse slated for mid-October
1/8/2018 Inactive farms to start producing vegetables
1/8/2018 Spain: Tornado destroys 200 hectares of greenhouses
1/5/2018 Russia: Agrokultura Group to expand again
1/5/2018 Researchers see a use for Mexico's abandoned greenhouses
1/5/2018 China: Bright future for photovoltaic greenhouses
1/5/2018 NL: Rijk Zwaan extends Trial Center Tomato with lit greenhouse
1/4/2018 US (WA): MCOA greenhouse on track for Q1 2018 completion
1/4/2018 Buy local trend boosting Swedish cucumber production
1/4/2018 US (ME): Cate Street Capital to back hydroponic project