Iran: 17 thousand and 800 hectares of Khuzestan lands are under autumn sugar beet cultivation

Sugar Beet
Market & Price Trends
Published Oct 11, 2023

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According to Abdolreza Seyed Ahmadi, the Director of Agriculture of Khuzestan Agricultural Jihad Organization, plans are in place to cultivate 17,800 hectares of land in Khuzestan for autumn sugar beet, with an expected harvest of over 1 million and 157 thousand tons. Seyed Ahmadi highlighted the importance of factors such as cultivation date, harmful factors, nutrition, temperature, rainfall, and cultivation pattern in increasing productivity. The cultivation of autumn sugar beet in Khuzestan will continue until the first week of November, with arrangements made for water supply.
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In an interview with ISNA, Abdolreza Seyed Ahmadi said, referring to autumn sugar beet cultivation in Khuzestan: According to the plans, 17,800 hectares of agricultural land in Khuzestan are to be cultivated for autumn sugar beet. Pointing out that last year the cultivated area of autumn sugar beet in the province was more than 16 thousand 500 hectares, he said: last year the production of autumn sugar beet was 1 million 44 thousand tons. The Director of Agriculture of Khuzestan Agricultural Jihad Organization said: This year, considering the existing conditions, we expect to have a good performance in autumn sugar beet production and harvest more than 1 million and 157 thousand tons of beet from the farms of the province. Syed Ahmadi continued: The date of cultivation, harmful factors, nutrition, temperature, rainfall and cultivation pattern are effective factors in ...
Source: Isna
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