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Georgia wants to export olives2011-03-01 17:05
Olive plantations will be set up in Georgia in the nearest time within the area of 500 hectares. According to GHN, this was reported to the journalists by Minister of Agriculture of Georgia Bakur Kvezereli. According to him, it will happen before 2011. Such step will make it possible even to export olives.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"This year, olive plantations will be set up within the area of 500 hectares, which, consequently, will serve as a booster for investors engaged in this sphere, for today, many people do not know that considering Georgia's climate, the country has got a sound potential for cultivating olive trees", - the minister is quoted by journalists.
"Our purpose is to produce new products for export and cultivate blackberry, almond, olives, pomegranates, kiwi or other products being in demand and having potential in Georgia. Our traditional products - wine, nuts and citruses - will be supplemented by olives, almond and other products", - head of the Georgian agricultural administration added.