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Sour tea harvest season in southern Iran

The harvest of sour tea started early November in the southern Iranian city of Karun and will continue until the end of December.

About 30 hectares of land are under cultivation of sour tea in the region, which annually yields nearly 30 tons of products.

Sour tea is a wild plant that grows or can be cultivated with minimal water and fertilizer consumption.

The wet product is used for making jam, fruit rolls, and syrup, but it is mainly dried for brewing tea.

Below are some pictures of harvesting sour tea in Karun in Khuzastan Province:

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