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Intensive 125 hectares almond orchard is being established in Georgia

Marneuli Almond will establish a 125-hectare of almons orchard in Marneuli. The project is being implemented through private investment. As the representative of the company Levan Diasamidze said, the payback period of the investment is around 6-7 years. Almonds grown here will be fully exported. Business Georgia wrote.

“100% of the almonds will be exported to Europe. Unfortunately, their consumption in Georgia is very low, so we focus on export. The project is being implemented by the company Marneuli Almond. We will plant 125 hectares of almonds and we have already purchased 60,000 saplings from the Spanish company Vivero Veroni. We also agreed to have consultancy with them,” Levan Diasamidze explained.

Almonds are one of the most popular nut crops, the demand is growing year by year. The first harvest of almonds was obtained in commercial orchards in Georgia last year.


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