Yemen’s Locusts En Route to Iran: Official Warning

Yemeni insect control experts and the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) have recently warned that the outbreak of locusts in the Arab country might reach neighbouring states, including Iran.
agriculture

Germany to Invest in Iranian Agriculture

Minister of Environment and Agriculture in the Saxony State of Germany Thomas Schmidth said his country will invest in the modernization of agricultural sector in Iran.

Iran, German Sachsen state to Cooperate on Specialized Agriculture

Iran and the German Federal State of Sachsen will develop their cooperation in specialized agriculture, and jointly invest in processing and supplementary industries.

Jalalpour’s Complaint: German-Iranian Banking Still Limited

The Head of Iran’s Chamber of Commerce complained to Germany’s Agriculture Minister about the effects of the continuation of Germany’s banking sanctions even after the implementation of JCPOA.

German Companies Seek Bilateral Agricultural Ties

German Minister of Food and agriculture Christian Schmidt came to Iran chamber of commerce to discuss about bilateral works and joint cooperation potentials with Iranian private sector.

Iran, Germany agriculture ministers to meet Sun.

Iranian Minister of Agriculture Mahmoud Hojjati will meet with his German counterpart in Tehran in a bid to expand mutual agriculture cooperation between the two countries.

Municipal greenhouse nurseries to prepare 130k flowers

Municipal greenhouse nurseries in northeastern provincial capital city of Bojnord will prepare 130,000 flowers for Iran’s New Year’s Day ceremonies for the public.The following...

Envoy: Iran to grow rice, wheat in Africa

Iran is reportedly looking to lease land in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania for large-scale food production to serve local and export markets.

Iran exports saffron to U.S for the first time in 15 years

Following the implementation of nuclear deal between Iran and world powers, first shipment of Iranian saffron to U.S. will be send in the coming...
2985072-4640642

Farmers clearing once brimful water canals (PHOTOS)

The tradition has not drifted into oblivion, the region has been in the grip of an 18-year dry spell though.

Today's Front Pages