6,500 hectares of Sardasht vineyards' black grape crop

(MENAFN) Black grapes are collected from 6,500 hectares of productive vines in the Sardasht county of Iran's northwest West Azarbaijan province, one of the major production centers for the nation.

Due to the unique climatic circumstances of this county and gardeners who choose not to use pesticides and fertilizers to cultivate black grapes, a wholly organic product with a stellar reputation is produced and is warmly embraced by the other provinces.

This particular variety of grape decreases skin wrinkles, boosts breast milk production, cleanses the stomach and intestines, and soothes nervous strain.

In Sardasht, there are roughly 8,000 hectares of black grape orchards, 6,500 of which are fruitful.

Technically speaking, black grapes are berries that develop in bunches. Both black seeded and seedless varieties of these grapes are available, but black seeded grapes are often smaller than seedless varieties.

According to the most recent data provided by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), Iran was among the top agricultural product producers worldwide in 2021.


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