Tomato Harvest Begins in Southern Iran

Hormozgan province in south of Iran these days provides most of the country's tomatoes, and the largest part is produced in Parsian county in the west of the country.

Daffodil Festival Underway in Iran’s Behbahan

The city of Behbahan in the east of Iran’s Khuzestan Province is nationally known for its ancient Daffodil gardens.

Iranian Youth Cultivates Saffron in Mars-like Conditions

A young Iranian man from the city of Maku in West Azarbaijan province has succeeded in creating planting conditions similar to Mars in order to cultivate saffron without using soil. He has spent only $ 500 USD to work on this initiative.

Rare Ornamental Fish Bred in Iran’s Shiraz

A young man in southern Iran is commercially breeding Discus, a special and magnificent aquarium fish indigenous to the Amazon River.

Grape Grown in Iran’s Malayer Registered Globally

The system of grape production in the Iranian city of Malayer has been registered as the 53rd major item of the Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems (GIAHS), an Iranian lawmaker announced.

Squash Festival Held in Streets of Rasht, Northern Iran

The third edition of a squash festival was recently held in the Iranian city of Rasht, where various types of the popular agricultural product were put on show.

Saffron Harvest Season Begins in Iran

Iranian saffron farmers have started harvesting their products since a few days ago, when the harvest season started across Iran, the top exporter of the Red Gold.

WIPO Registers Iranian Varieties of Tangerine, Date

The Piaram date of Hajiabad and the Siahoo tangerine of Bandar Abbas have been registered internationally by the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO).

Baharestan Village Hub of Grape Syrup Production in Iran

Baharestan village in the Iranian northeastern city of Sabzevar is one of the main centres of grape syrup production. Over 30 tonnes of grape syrup are annually produced in the village in Khorasan Razavi province and exported abroad.

Red Tea Harvest Starts in Southern Iran

Sour or red tea used to be an imported product introduced to Iran mainly from Saudi Arabia, but in recent years it has been cultivated in some parts of Iran.

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