Construction of the second phase of breeding the largest cold-water fish complex in the Middle East in Kurdistan

ISNA / Kurdistan The head of the Jihad Agricultural Organization of Kurdistan Province said: The project of the largest cold-water fish and salmon complex in the Middle East with an infrastructure cost of 25 billion Tomans, with 76 units and an annual capacity of 1140 tons of fish production is underway.

Mohammad Farid Sapri, while visiting the cold-water fish breeding complex in Diuznav village, stated: The second phase of breeding the largest cold-water fish complex in the Middle East will be constructed in Kurdistan province.

He added: The second phase of the large cold-water fish breeding complex in Sirvan, the project of creating pressurized and mechanized gardens on the outskirts of Sarvabad city is one of the ongoing plans and measures.

The head of the Jihad Agriculture Organization of Kurdistan Province said: in the first phase of this complex, mechanization of 250 hectares of gardens around this project is underway.

He emphasized: The project of the largest cold-water fish and trout complex in the Middle East with an infrastructure cost of 25 billion Tomans, with 76 units and an annual capacity of 1140 tons of fish production is underway.

Referring to the special position of Kurdistan province and its potential in the field of agriculture, Spari said: “Fortunately, Sarvabad city has also had a remarkable performance in the field of agriculture and orchards. Let’s launch a rain and be able to see more advanced and extensive agriculture in all parts of Kurdistan province.

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