Saudi Won the Guinness World Record for the Largest Sustainable Farm

  • Publish date: Wednesday، 18 October 2023
Saudi Won the Guinness World Record for the Largest Sustainable Farm

Saudi Arabia has made a remarkable achievement in agriculture, as its pioneering farms in Wadi Bin Hashbal, located in the Asir region, have secured a place in the Guinness World Records for being the largest sustainable farm globally.

This agricultural marvel spans 3.20 million square meters, divided into two significant sections. Each section boasts a massive concrete tank, with a capacity of 500 cubic meters to ensure a consistent water supply. What sets this farm apart is its state-of-the-art automatic irrigation systems, ensuring every crop receives the water it needs for healthy growth.

The farm boasts five air-conditioned greenhouses that play an important role in maintaining the best growing conditions. Furthermore, the farm's sustainable practices are on full display as it relies on treated water for its irrigation needs. This irrigation process is carefully overseen by a team of experts, each specializing in various aspects of agriculture.

The experts closely monitor all agricultural operations on the farm, which includes 50 fields dedicated to fruit trees and an additional 20 fields for various other crops. The farm is home to an extensive variety of crops and fruits, with standout selections such as lemons, oranges, tangerines, pomegranates, grapes, figs, almonds, and olives.

The farm also serves as an experimental hub, housing diverse agricultural varieties that promise to contribute to sustainable farming practices.

With this impressive achievement, Saudi Arabia takes the lead in demonstrating a commitment to sustainable and innovative agricultural practices on a global scale.

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