Al-Joud Company for Modern Agricultural and Industrial Technology, affiliated to the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine, continues to hold its seminars, educational, and research activities for farmers in different Iraqi governorates according to a pre-prepared schedule, to contribute to increasing the agricultural product through the latest crop care programs. The company produced many products that proved successful and effective and achieved positive results reflected on the reality of these crops of various kinds.
This time, it organized a seminar entitled "Agricultural techniques are the gate towards the progress of the agricultural field" in the province of Karbala in cooperation with the Seed Inspection and Certification Department. The seminar was held in the Research Station Hall of the Department in the presence of a large group of farmers and specialists in this field, and dealt with the impact of products of the company to increase agricultural yield, especially the "golden ears".
Eng. Imad Ali Al-Bahadli, Director of the Agricultural Fertilizer Production Line at Al-Joud Company, was present at this seminar and explained that: "The purpose of conducting such research seminars is to introduce farmers to the products of Al-Joud Company and to show them their positive results. And this seminar focused on giving explanations about some products that help and contribute significantly to increase the yield of the crop product field, especially wheat. The company did not spare any efforts to deliver such information to the farmer to achieve positive results commensurate with the development in this area, especially under the conditions experienced by Iraq of water scarcity and poor soil fertility. "
The agricultural engineer Haidar Abdul-Zahra Mohammed, director of the inspection and certification of seeds in Karbala, added: "The products of the company used in many of the Iraqi provinces, after proving their efficiency and effectiveness in many experiments. All of the company's product aim upgrading the agricultural reality of Iraq. "
The seminar included several interventions and questions that were answered and clarified, to be concluded by a field tour of one of the agricultural fields in the governorate that used fertilizers produced by the company.