Iran's greenhouse development plan has been approved and announced as one of the key and priority projects of the Ministry of Agriculture in the resistance economy program. Greenhouses should be established on 125,000 hectares of land in the country.
On Tuesday, Agriculture Minister Javad Sadati-Nejad said that currently, there are about 25,000 hectares of greenhouses in Iran, and another 125,000 hectares of greenhouses are needed to be created in the country.
Referring to the country's need to create greenhouses on 125,000 hectares of land, the minister said: "To create this level of greenhouses, we need the support of investors and people, and the government also helps them in the field of facilities."
Referring to the president's emphasis on the transfer of vegetable cultivation from open spaces to greenhouses, Sadati-Nejad added: "To implement this and boost water efficiency, we must have 150,000 hectares of greenhouses in the country."
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