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AGRICULTURE AND LIVESTOCK FIVE -YE AR RESEARCH STRATEGY 2011-2015 – OMAN0
The Seventh Five Year Plan (2006-2010) indeed witnessed a quantum leap in agricultural research in terms of quality and magnitude in the Sultanate. The allocation of about 12 million Omani Rials for research programs contributed enormously in the improvement of infrastructure and applied research with the achievement of positive results in respect of : production per unit area, water use efficiency and utilization of non conventional water resources (saline water and treated waste water) for agricultural production, application of eco-friendly pesticides and biological control of pests and diseases, and production of improved fruit tree seedlings, besides raising the productivity of Jimah Tissue Culture Laboratory to approximately 50 thousand date palm seedlings per year. Moreover, productive fruit tree seedlings were provided to the farmers and more healthier and productive livestock animals were provided to farmers and herders annually as a result of improvement in the research, surveillance, monitoring and diagnosis of animal diseases.
Investigation of wood production and trading in Iran0
The relation between wood export and import of Iran and a number of major macroeconomic variables, such as oil price, gross domestic production, population, exchange rate, unemployment rate, inflation and domestic wood production during 1980–2014 were described. Pearson’s correlation coefficient and multiple regression analysis were used for data analysis. The results showed that there is a significant relation at a significance level of 5% between wood export as a dependent variable and oil price, GDP, population, exchange rate and domestic wood production as independent variables. Meanwhile, there is also a significant relation between wood import and oil price, exchange rate and domestic wood production. The findings also indicate that oil price as an independent variable has the high-est effect on wood import in Iran during the studied period.
Market Overview of Iran’s agricultural Food Sector0
Market Overview of Iran’s Agricultural Food Sector
Market Size: Total & Segments Market Segmentation by Sub-product
Production – Consumption Deficit Pasta Insights
Trends & Developments Key Drivers & Challenges
Selected Census Results of the Layer Chicken Farms0
The survey on modern chicken farms which include two important industries: raising broiler chickens and raising layer chickens was conducted in the year 13911. In this Survey, the last available list of national chicken farms in Iran which was prepared in the year 1388 for broiler chicken farms and in the year 1390 for the laying chicken farms was used. For this Survey 8365 man/ day enumerators, 1694 man/ day checkers, 2091 man/ day executive group leaders, 775 man/day experts, and 4182 man/day cars with driver were used. The Offices of General Governors in all provinces were in charge of carrying out the Survey in their provinces. This Survey started on 3 Tir 13912 and finished on 26 Tir 13913. The designed software was used to extract and disseminate the results of this Survey in a decentralized way.
Selected Results of Livestock Survey – IRAN0
National community of animal husbandry is outspread in the form of millions of livestock units throughout the country which mostly are run traditionally and within livelihood economy of rural households. In order to provide an appropriate image on the condition of animal husbandry and livestock production of these units, it is needed to prepare and implement the nationwide statistical surveys in the forms of census or enumeration. The sample survey of the national livestock units was implemented by the Statistical Centre of Iran (SCI) after making necessary arrangements in the winter 1390.
The agriculture and food market in Iran0
Since the lifting of the international nuclear related sanctions against Iran after the implementation day of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) on 16 January 2016, Iran is again open for business in many areas. During the years of sanctions, trade and investments in Iran in many fields was not possible for foreign companies. This has led to a momentum of catching up during the last year.