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Saffron Cultivation is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Saffron Cultivation books and related discussion.
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- 4.1.1 Traditional saffron cultivation.
- SAFFRON MANUAL FOR AFGHANISTAN Table of Contents
- involved in the promotion of saffron cultivation by Afghan farmers.
- Success Story Saffron Enterprise-Hirat Province Established
- world's most exclusive spice, saffron has the potential to replace some of the income generated through illegal opium cultivation.
- Growing saffron - the world's most expensive spice
- Saffron grows well in areas that have cold winters and warm dry summers. Crop & Food Research [BROAD sheet]Number 20 August 2003.
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- Govt to spend over Rs 3 cr to boost saffron produce in Jammu
- An amount of Rs 3.
- Saffron park with harvesting, processing, testing facilities in J&K soon
- The decision of assigning this task to NHB was then taken, after considering the hurdles faced by them and reports that several farmers abandoned the saffron cultivation, due to problems.
- REGIONAL BRIEFS
- Rs 3.22 crore to boost saffron cultivation:To give a boost to saffron cultivation in Jammu division, the government has decided to utilise Rs 3.
- 50 years of Peace Corps service gives volunteers insights into many cultures
- His main project was introducing saffron cultivation to the local community. The indigenous people needed diversification of their crops as they only grew olives, and the addition of saffron would provide further income.
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- Saffron - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Saffron is a spice derived from the flower of the saffron crocus (Crocus sativus). Crocus is a genus in the family Iridaceae. A C.
- SAFFRON - INFORMATION ABOUT THIS SPICE
- The cultivation of saffron needs an extreme climate; hot and dry weather in summer and cold in winter.
- Cultivation - Royal Saffron
- Cultivation of saffron. About 150000 flowers for one kilogram of saffron.
- Saffron crocus flower: crocus bulbs, growing saffron bulbs, saffron
- Jun 5, 2010 Spain is the leader in saffron cultivation. The cheapest saffron comes from India or Iran. There is also saffron from Italy, Greece, Turkey.
- Saffron cultivation - SAFFRON PROJECT
- This section is destinated to those persons who are interested in planting saffron, in small or large scale.
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