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Uzbekistan allocates up to 15,000 hectares for chili pepper cultivation

Up to 15,000 hectares are planned to be allocated for cultivating chili peppers in the Republic of Karakalpakstan, Uzbekistan in 2018, UzA national news agency reported on December 19.

Such instructions were given by Uzbek President Shavkat Mirziyoyev during the trip to the Republic of Karakalpakstan on December 15-16.

Specialists from Indonesia will be involved in the cultivation process. At present, chili peppers are grown on a 4.4 million hectare-territory.

Read more at MENAFN

Publication date: 12/20/2017

 


 

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