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Kunduz agriculture sector sees visible growth

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Kunduz agriculture sector sees visible growth

grapesAgricultural officials in Kunduz have witnessed a considerable growth in the agriculture sector in the past few years.

Almond is one of the main produces of the province. Kunduz has the capacity to produce 900 tons of almonds every year.

“Our farmers can enhance their almond growth, if responsible organs focus on the agricultural sector and provide the farmers with the facilities needed. We need almond processing site to export our products abroad in a standard shape and condition,” said Bashir Ahmad Mujadidi, Chairman of Almond Production Cooperative in Kunduz.

In the meantime, a number of traders called on the government for support in seeking entrance to the international market for selling their products.



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