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 {Fdk} reap the first fruits of the project to increase palms in Iraq

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PostSubject: {Fdk} reap the first fruits of the project to increase palms in Iraq   Tue Jul 10, 2018 10:41 pm

{Fdk} reap the first fruits of the project to increase palms in Iraq



2018/7/10 15:45

{Baghdad: Al Furat News} The engineering and technical staffs in the Husseini and Abbasid cemeteries continue to make intensive and distinctive efforts to bring Iraq back to the international and international classification list in the field of palm cultivation.

The last three decades have seen a significant decline in the number of palms in Iraq, especially as recent statistics confirm that their numbers in Basra have declined from 35 million palm trees to 16 million.

The holy thresholds of Karbala, through the Fadak farm of the holy Husseiniya threshold and the al-Saki farm of the Abbasid holy threshold, seek to cultivate and increase rare varieties of palm trees.

"The project of Fadak Farm for palm trees is one of the most important strategic projects in the city of Karbala because it contains rare dates," confirms the director of Fadak farm, Engineer Faiz Abu al-Maali, noting that "the area allocated for the project is 2000 acres allocated for the cultivation of 70 thousand palm trees of the finest and proud Types of dates ".

He added that "500 dunums have been invested at the present time as a first stage for the cultivation of 16 thousand parasites of distinctive varieties of high economic value in the global market and local Kalbri, Maktoom, Almtok, Shwithi, Mir Haj and Aljuzi and so on," adding that "300 seedlings have been produced this year."

Eng. Alaa Ammar Yasser, from the engineering projects department at the holy Abbasid threshold, pointed out that "the cadres of the department started, in coordination with the local government departments in the holy governorate of Karbala and in cooperation with Al-Joud Company for modern agriculture technology, reclamation of desert lands west of Karbala city, Palm as a first stage within the project of planting palm trees, "noting that" the total area of ​​the project is 10 thousand acres. "

He added that "the production of date palm in the farm based on the technique of propagation textile," asserting that "the farm currently includes 8442 seedling classified to 35 rare items distributed on the squares of the area of ​​each square 25 acres."

Abu Al-Maali pointed out that "the management of the project invested distances between the ranks of palm trees to grow fruit trees, pomegranates, olives, sardines and other trees, as well as the cultivation of crops and watermelons in the first experiment this year through the investment of distillation water, Cultivation of these crops of vegetables. "

"Al-Saqi farm has invested in the middle area to grow citrus trees and crops that are in the local market and meet their needs of imported foodstuffs," Alaa said, noting that the farm is based on irrigation by drip irrigation systems. Through artesian wells with 51 wells that are powered by solar energy. "

Abu Al-Ma'ali said that the project has contributed to the employment of manpower and the reclamation of desert lands, as well as its contribution to the development of the agricultural situation in Karbala, as well as the strategic objective of preserving the good and rare species of Iraqi dates from extinction and the production of new varieties of dates.

The Fadak palm grove is one of the most important strategic projects adopted by the Holy Husseiniya threshold, located in the area of ​​Al-Razazah, opposite the northern green belt of Karbala Agriculture Directorate.

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PostSubject: Re: {Fdk} reap the first fruits of the project to increase palms in Iraq   Tue Jul 10, 2018 11:03 pm

The first fruits that they should have are PRUNES! They'd be workin real fast, then!!
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