Remarkable success for fruit cultivation in Wafra and Abdali

year after year, the success of Kuwaiti farmers in growing fruits of all shapes and sizes in Wafra and Abdali farms is increasing, due to the increase in their experience and the use of modern scientific methods in agriculture, and the creation of suitable conditions for the cultivation of many fruits such as figs, grapes, lemons, papayas, mangoes, fashion fruits and bananas, in addition to sophistication ( watermelon), cantaloupe (yellow watermelon), strawberry and others, and among these farmers are those who produce these types on a commercial scale… This was confirmed by farmer Salah Ahmed Abdul Karim Al-Badr to Al-Rai, who is interested in cultivating unique and exotic types of fruits in a long and wide reserve, in the middle of His farm is in Abdali.Join our telegram group to know the latest news in Kuwait https://t.me/kuwaitoffe

Al-Badr says, “He inherited the love of agriculture from his father, the late farmer Ahmed Al-Badr, who was one of the founders of the Wafra and Abdali agricultural areas in the seventies and eighties,” noting that he loves to try new varieties of delicious fruits that he sees and tastes in many countries that he visits from year to year.

He explains that he brought many fruit trees and shrubs from abroad, especially from Lebanon, Sri Lanka and India, bragging about his abundant production of pomegranate .Join our telegram group to know the latest news in Kuwait https://t.me/kuwaitoffe

He continues, “I am very interested in growing pomegranate despite all the problems we have with it. I have also succeeded in cultivating figs, citrus fruits of all kinds and shapes, peaches, red bananas, grapes, (fashion fruit) and other exotic fruits in our desert country.”

And about the reason for his love for growing exotic fruits on his farm, he answers, “I love the challenge, and I love my country, my land and the people of my country. Alien.”

He continues, “This feeling is not felt by me alone, but it is felt by many of my fellow farmers of Wafra and Abdali, including those who were able to produce on a reasonable commercial scale figs, grapes, lemons, papayas, mangoes, fashion fruits and bananas, in addition to ruqi (watermelon), cantaloupe (yellow watermelon) and strawberries.”

It shows that the most important thing that fruit cultivation needs is sweet water, moderate weather, disease and pest resistance with effective pesticides in the right place and time.

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