Agricultural production in Qatar

Agricultural production in Qatar


Qatar is a country with an expectant population and one that's looking forward to increasing their food production. The state of Qatar, located in the Arabian Gulf has been trying hard lately not just because they are among the wealthiest countries on earth but also due 2 expanding needs for both imports as well exports which will help feed those extra people coming into this world faster than ever before! By 2019 alone there was 20% more vegetables produced locally though it still doesn't make up completely what we use from abroad so now instead our next target seems achievable- becoming self sufficient dairy & poultry producers by 2020.


The agricultural production in Qatar is limited by the availability of water. The country's population growth and increased demands on this precious resource have created a shortage that forces farmers to cultivate only certain crops during specific months out-of -season , like melons or okra for example. In recent years though there have been some improvements with respect t hese issues thanks largely due their ability increase efficiency through technology such as using less land per unit produce food items while maintaining quality standards; they're also working hard at finding new sources so someday soon hopefully you'll be able enjoy fresh fruit even if its not.

https://husfarm.com/country/qatar - Agriculture in Qatar

https://husfarm.com/offers/qatar/page/1 - Farm classifieds in Qatar

List of agricultural companies and rural services in Qatar - https://husfarm.com/companies/qatar/page/1

Agricultural & Food events, conference in Qatar - https://husfarm.com/events/categories/qatar

In the last seven years, Qatar's agriculture has seen an increase of 110%. In 2010 to 2017 there was a total contribution from this sector with values adding up at 305 million dollars. This figure represents 2% on GDP during that time frame but now accounts for 13%, due mostly because they produce more than what other industries do combined! Out of all these produces comes first place when considering amount (tonnes) and consequently price.


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