Breading silkworm in order to produce silk, which is called Noqan-dari in Iran, has a long history in the country's north-western region.
Iranian companies producing medicinal herbs are exporting their products as they tap into the existing potential to further expand the industry.
Each year when spring rolls around, rice farmers in Mazandaran province, northern Iran, start preparing the paddy fields for transplantation.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says the country’s success in tackling the coronavirus epidemic and dealing with the “virus of US sanctions” shows that Americans will never be able to bring the Iranian nation to its knees and will have to remain in despair over their wrong approaches.
The heavy rainfalls of the past two months in Iran have resulted in the formation of about 50 new lakes that did not exist before.
Many farmers in Golestan province, northern Iran, are harvesting their echium crops these days.
Almost 95 percent of the world's saffron is produced in Iran, while many people think the saffron is produced in Spain. But which one has a higher quality: Iran’s saffron, Spain’s saffron or those of other countries?
Caretaker of the Iranian Ministry of Agriculture says a rise in the domestic production of sugar has helped the government save nearly $1 billion in imports from abroad over the past seven years.
An Iran-made biological fertiliser has been used to save cocoa tree crops in Ivory Coast from a deadly disease.
Farmers in various parts of Iran have started harvesting saffron with the arrival of autumn, the annual time for harvesting the “red gold”.