A fruit and vegetable market in Sharjah City ©DPA/PA Images
A fruit and vegetable market in Sharjah City ©DPA/PA Images

Abu Dhabi agriculture plan includes shift to fruit

17 July 2018

Abu Dhabi’s government body for farming will encourage growers to cultivate fruit crops for the first time, as part of plans for the 2018-19 growing season.

The Abu Dhabi Farmers’ Service Centre (ADFSC) has included six types of fruit in its annual agricultural production plan, including figs, mangoes, oranges, guava, grapefruit and lemons.

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