Iran has exported 31,000 tonnes of quality durum wheat to Italy for the first time, in another sign that the country’s food security drive is on target.
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations known as FAO is going to sign an agreement with the Islamic Republic of Iran to boost agricultural productivity of the country using a satellite imagery tool.
Hir, a village located in the most remote parts of Alamut in Qazvin province, north-western Iran, is described as the country’s capital of cornelian cherry.
About 20 tonnes of grapes harvested in the Iranian province of West Azarbaijan have been exported abroad, said a local agriculture official.
Iran and France have signed a joint agreement to exchange their knowledge of sheep-breeding, and also sell livestock to each other.
Iranian-made honey has ranked third, for the first time in 90 years, in the 45th edition of APIMONDIA, the International Apiculture Congress, held in Turkey.
A new global ranking shows that Iran is among the world’s largest producers of fruits and vegetables.
The Iranian customs authorities have announced the volume of the major agricultural products exported by the country during the first five months of the current Iranian year.
Iran ranks eighth in the world in terms of producing cocoons and silk thread, a top Iranian official says.
Iran has signed a contract to use Oman’s facilities to boost its date exports to such markets as the US, China and Latin American countries.