Saudi Arabia enters Guinness World Records with largest sustainable farm in the world

Saudi Arabia has established a large-scale sustainable farm in Wadi Bin Hashbal, Asir region. The facility has been recognized by the Guinness World Records as the world’s largest sustainable farm. The farm covers an area of 3.20 million square meters, and it utilizes modern agricultural practices and technology.

It is divided into two sections, each having a concrete reservoir with a capacity of 500 cubic meters, along with automatic irrigation networks for efficient water usage across all crops in both fields. The farm comprises five climate-controlled greenhouses that use treated water for irrigation, with oversight from experts and specialists to optimize water usage.

There are 50 fields dedicated to fruit tree cultivation, with plans to cultivate an additional 20 fields in the near future. The farm grows a variety of fruits and products, such as lemons, oranges, mandarins, pomegranates, grapes, figs, almonds, and olives. Additionally, it houses over 14,000 trees, including 1,000 Sidr trees and 400 almond trees, growing eight different seasonal fruit trees.


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