Wheat harvest begins in the Wilayat of Nizwa

Nizwa: Farmers in a number of villages in Nizwa State in Al Dakhiliyah Governorate have begun harvesting this year’s wheat crop, as its production this season is expected to reach more than 140 tons, on a cultivated area of ​​more than 126 acres.

Eng. Zahir bin Abdullah Al Busaidi, Director of the Department of Agricultural Wealth and Water Resources in Nizwa, said: Wheat harvesters have begun to roam citizens’ farms in the villages of the state of Nizwa to begin harvesting this year’s wheat, which farmers have continued to take care of for nearly four months since its planting until it reaches signs of maturity and harvest.

He added that expectations indicate abundant production this year due to the increase in the number of farms in the state, which amount to more than 140 farms with a total area of ​​more than 126 acres, distributed among the villages of the state, led by the village of Tanuf with an area estimated at 50 acres, followed by Hail Farq farms with 35 acres.

Al-Busaidi explained that the varieties grown in the state of Nizwa are local varieties such as the quick, coli variety, and selected varieties such as the and variety. Q 226 – 227 – 230 – 110 Sannine classified, pointing out that the abundance of water over the past two years led to an increase in the cultivated areas of other agricultural crops such as garlic, onions, chickpeas, and leafy crops.

He explained that there is a tendency among some young people to grow fruit fields such as fifa, figs, and grapes and provide these local products in the state’s markets.

It is worth noting that farmers have become aware of the importance of using modern irrigation systems in various crops, which directly help in reducing the costs of production inputs and raising its quality, as well as preserving water wealth.

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