New seasonal plants produced by the al-Kafeel group of nurseries.

The work of the al-Kafeel group of nurseries in the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine is not limited to a particular season, but has a production throughout the year with seasonal plants and seedlings appropriate for each season of the year. It has announced its production and import of new groups of plants and seasonal and permanent seedlings, which are compatible with the weather conditions of the governorate Karbala in particular and the rest of the provinces in general.

The official of the al-Kafeel nursery group, Professor Mu'ayyad Hatef Mohammad, said: “Our work in the nursery is continuous throughout the year, according to a set timetable. And because of the lack of the plants and seedlings that are planted in winter, we thought to introduce new plants, large trees and young seedlings, as well as seasonal seedlings in addition to species that enter Iraq and multiply in it for the first time. "

As for the acceptability of the plants of the group, he explained: "There is a high demand for our products for several reasons, including:

- Seedling quality.

- Credibility of dealing.

- Respect for time.

- We have an exclusive agency for some of the seeds we have grown and produced.

- We are the only one that produces some types of trees in large sizes, which shortens the time in planting trees."

At the end of his speech, Mr. Mu'ayyad announced the readiness of the al-Kafeel nursery Group is ready to provide the municipal departments with what they need in the landscaping of the streets and side-walks, mid-streets with suitable species for the Iraqi weather at subsidized and competitive prices that are much less than the import. Also, the citizens from inside and outside the province can acquire what they see fit for them and meet their needs through direct selling outlets.

And in order to communicate with the AlKafeel Nursery Group of holy shrine, it is possible to visit its site located in the holy city of Karbala / Husseiniya Road / near the white Qantara or call the following number (07718003738).
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